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EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second in a three-part series on 2013 inductees into the Creston Community Schools Hall of Fame at 12:15 p.m. Friday in the CHS auditorium.

A list of candidates vying for Creston City Council was finalized Thursday. There are four open city council seats in this year’s general election slated Nov. 5. The following candidates will be on the ballot. ■ Ward 1: Randy White (unopposed) ■ Ward 3: Ann Levine (unopposed) ■ Ward 5: Dave Koets (unopposed); Current City Councilman Larry Wagner will not seek re-election ■ Council at-large: Paul Vandevender, Kevin Downey, Gary Lybarger, Courtney Wilson ■ Park and Recreation Board: John Kawa (unopposed) Candidates who are elected will take office Jan. 2.

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CNA staff writer lpeterson@crestonnews.com

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e could light up a room with his trademark cackling laugh, after feigning anger with some bellowing command as the self-proclaimed “warden” of Creston High School. On Sept. 19, 2012, Curt Olson finally met the only obstacle he couldn’t conquer in his relentless effort to make Creston High School, and the community of Creston, a better place. Olson, 68, died that day from effects of a massive stroke suffered a few days earlier. Earlier in the year, a committee had selected Olson to be inducted into the Creston Community Schools Hall of Fame as a distinguished faculty member. Because of the timing of his death and the family’s attention focused on those arrangements, the full induction of Olson into the Hall of Fame was delayed a year. His wife, Beth, will accept the honor during ceremonies at 12:15 p.m. Friday in the Creston High School auditorium. Olson was Creston High School assistant THELDA principal and acWILLIAMS, tivities director for 22 years beinducted fore retiring in into the 2004. After that, CHS Hall of he worked as a officer Fame, will be transport for the Union featured in County Sheriff’s Department. Thursday’s During his tenCNA. ure at CHS, he was a past president of the Iowa High School Athletic Directors Association and was a finalist for the National Athletic Director of the Year Award in 1994 while serving as Iowa’s State Athletic Director of the Year. Olson was recognized for his work in helping students stay in school, and find assistance they needed. He was also a coach of several sports in the Creston district, and was still serving as a volunteer coach for the eighth-grade football team at the time of his death. “One of dad’s heroes was his college football coach,” said son Matt Olson. “He always told pop he’d make a great junior high coach because of his solid fundamentals and work ethic. Dad told me once how much it meant to him to honor his hero by finally doing it.”

Appreciative

Olson worked tirelessly for CHS activities, and as a disciplinarian with a passion for helping struggling kids stay in school. At his funeral in the same CHS gymnasium that “Oly” worked so many hours as an administrator, Matt Olson thanked the community for allowing his father to enjoy his work. “From the day he set foot there at the old ‘Pit,’ with Ron Levine, he dug in and went to work,” Matt said. “He was

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Curt Olson coaches Creston/O-M eighth-grade football players last fall, shortly before he died Sept. 19, 2012, from a massive stroke at age 68.

Curt Olson, Distinguished Faculty

Afton’s new restaurant AFTON — A new restaurant in Afton opened last week. Up in Smoke Barbecue — owned by Afton native Brad Jones — began serving Friday. The restaurant is located on the northwest side of the square, 302 N. Douglas St., in Afton. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. “We have seating inside for 27 people,” Jones said. “We have Jones a walk-up and driveup window for carryout orders. We also do catering.” Up in Smoke Barbecue specializes in smoked meats like ribs, brisket, pulled pork and chicken. Those meats can be served with cheesy potatoes, baked beans, coleslaw and/or pasta or potato salad. Jones said he also offers soft serve ice cream including something he calls the Avalanche — which is similar to a Dairy Queen blizzard.

■ 1963 graduate, Manilla High

School. Overcame effects of a stroke in infancy to become a college football prospect, choosing to play at Buena Vista College. ■ Graduate of Buena Vista in Storm Lake, master’s degree from University of Nebraska at Omaha, Education Specialist degree from Northwest Missouri State University. ■ Worked 30 years as activities

allowed by the community to do what he needed to do to make that place run. Without that support, he would have looked to move on.” Matt said his father deserves the Hall of Fame honor. “He wasn’t one of those guys who gets recognition because of giving a lot of money or something,” Matt said. “His currency was time. He gave a lot of time, and he’s earned this. That was always the way he told us to do things — earn it, or you don’t deserve it.” The mindset of earning success without making excuses came early for Curt Olson, who suffered a minor stroke as an infant, which affected his left side. He walked with a limp, yet grew up working as hard as anyone else on the family farm near Manilla, and earned an opportunity to play football at Buena Vista in Storm Lake. Since he was told as a youngster he had too many physical limitations to be a full-time farmer, he pursued an education, and ended up with a bachelor’s degree from Buena Vista, master’s from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and an Educational Specialist degree from Northwest Missouri State University. He followed his passions of athletics and education initially at Pomeroy. He moved to Charter Oak-Ute in 1968. As head football coach there, his team had a 31-game winning streak from 1969-71. That was before the state playoffs began in 1972. Please see OLSON, Page 2

director in Iowa schools, starting at Charter Oak-Ute and Maple Valley in Mapleton before moving to Creston as assistant principal and athletic director in 1982. Coached Charter Oak-Ute football team to a 31-game winning streak 1969-71.

■ Past president of Iowa High

School Athletic Directors Association, earning the IHSADA “Golden Eagle” Award, NIAAA Award of Merit and IHSAA Administrator Award.

Drive 4UR School event slated Saturday in Creston Creston Automotive will host a Drive 4UR School program at Panther Field in Creston Saturday in an effort to raise up to $6,000 for Creston High School. All you have to do is test drive a new Ford vehicle and Creston Automotive/ Ford Motor Company will donate $20 to Creston High School Activities Booster Club. The funds will go toward funding ex- Benson tracurricular activities at the high school. “We know funding for school programs is hard to come by, and we want to do our part to help make sure these programs remain available,” said Rick Benson, owner of Creston Automotive. “We’re excited to raise money for the CHS Activities Booster Club.” The event will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. There is a limit of one test drive per household. Since implementing Ford’s Drive 4UR School program in 2007, more than $16 million in donations have been generated for high schools nationwide.

■ Finalist for National Athletic Director of the Year Award after being awarded the IHSADA State Athletic Director of the Year in 1994. Inducted into the IHSADA Hall of Fame in 2005.

Served as chairman of the IGHSAU Golf Advisory Board and on the board of the Iowa Football Coaches Association.

■ “Parade Master” of Creston parades for many years, organizing entries. ■ RAGBRAI co-chairman with

Chris Duree when the annual bicycle ride across Iowa had an overnight stay in Creston in 1997. ■ Known for his elaborate holiday lights display at his home on Higbee Street in Creston. ■ Began working as a transport

officer for Union County Sheriff’s Department in 2005 after retiring from Creston Community Schools.

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William T. “Bill” Brownrigg Creston

William T. “Bill” Brownrigg, 80, of rural Creston died Sept. 23, 2013, at Iowa Methodist Medical Center Brownrigg in Des Moines. Mass of Christian Burial will be 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, at Holy Spirit Catholic Church. The Rev. Kenneth Halbur Jr. will officiate. Interment will be in Maple Hill Cemetery in Cromwell. Open visitation will be 1 to 8 p.m. Friday at Pearson Family Funeral Service, 809 W. Montgomery St. Memorials may be directed to the family, American Heart Association and/or American Lung Association. Online condolences may be left at www. pearsonfuneralhomes.com. William “Bill” Thomas Brownrigg, son of Dorothy Irene (Looney) and William Edward Brownrigg, was born July 30, 1933, at the home of his parents near Cromwell in Union County. Bill graduated from Cromwell High School in 1950. In October 1952, Bill

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married Barbara Ford at the Zion Church. They later divorced. Bill began farming with his father for a few years, then moved to Michigan and began working as a traveling salesman for Stauffer Chemical Company. He returned to Union County in 1971, lived in Creston, and worked on his parents’ farm because of his father’s ill health. Bill moved to the farm in 1982. Bill began working for Mel McKie as a federal crop adjuster, retiring after 20 years. In January 1987, Bill married Virginia Moore in Mexico. Bill was a member of Holy Spirit Catholic Church. Bill is survived by his wife Virginia Brownrigg of Creston; stepchildren, Dan Richards of Winterset, Tammy (Michael) Walter of Redfield and Dean Richards (special friend Sherry) of Creston; daughters, Denise (George) Kuhns and Karla Wilmot, all of Belton, Mo.; 10 step-grandchildren; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; mother-in-law Marjorie Underwood of Winterset; and several nieces, nephews and other relatives. Bill was preceded in death by his parents; son Billy Brownrigg in 1973; father-in-law Leo Moore; and brothers, LeRoy and Joseph Brownrigg.

Attorneys general target e-cigarettes DES MOINES (MCT) — While smoking cigarettes has increasingly fallen into disfavor nationally, electronic cigarettes have become a concern for some. Electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes, don’t contain tobacco. Instead, they produce a nicotine vapor the user inhales. That means policies designed to prohibit tobacco use or possession, such as those that cover school properties, don’t apply. And it means laws governing age limits on tobacco purchase come into question. Tom Miller, the Iowa Attorney General, is a signatory on a letter sent by the National Association of Attorneys General to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration asking for regulations on e-cigarettes. The letter was signed by 36 state and three territorial attorneys general. Miller said his concern is that the companies marketing the systems may use them as a vehicle to circumvent laws against tobacco purchases by minors.

“I’m concerned about this product, which is really nothing more than a nicotine delivery device,” Miller said. “I don’t think any reasonable person thinks it’s OK for these companies to sell e-cigarettes to children, which is one of many good reasons why the FDA needs to act.” Miller also expressed concerns that advertising for the e-cigarettes can be construed as presenting a safer alternative to cigarettes. Nicotine itself is known to be addictive, he said in a press release, and e-cigarettes are new enough they have yet to face the careful studies that would determine whether they include harmful ingredients. Sales of e-cigarettes have doubled every year since 2008 and are projected to reach $1.7 billion this year. Prices have fallen as they have become more popular, increasing availability. ——— ©2013 the Ottumwa Courier (Ottumwa, Iowa) Distributed by MCT Information Services

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Olson began a 30-year career as an athletic director at Charter Oak-Ute, and later did the same at Maple Valley of Mapleton, before moving to Creston in 1982. “He had his own growly way, but he’d take young people under his wing and encourage them to stay in school, to do their school work,” said Ron Levine, who was CHS principal when Olson was hired. Together, they organized the move from the existing high school building to the “new” current site on Townline Street during the 1989-90 school year.

Special achievement

Olson’s drive for success in both athletics and sportsmanship reached a pinnacle in 1997, when Creston not only won the boys state basketball championship in Class 3A, but also the sportsmanship award. “Oly” broke down in tears with the cheerleaders when the trophy was presented in Veterans Memorial Auditorium. “He was so proud, as was I, to win not only the boys basketball tournament, but also the sportsmanship award,” said Chris Duree, then principal at CHS. “To win the championship with the highest degree of class, that’s what we wanted for the community, and for our students.” Duree, now chancellor of Iowa Valley Community College district (Marshalltown and Ellsworth), said Olson had a knack for motivating students who appeared to be slipping through the cracks. “We did everything in our power to keep kids in school,” Duree said. “Oly had a way of reaching out to a lot of different students. He’d find the connecting point with the student to keep them in school and be successful. He was a fatherly, or grandfatherly figure. If they knew somebody

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goal he attained. “He loved the kids, and said he had the greatest job in the world,” Beth said. “I told him he should quit, but he worried about what would happen to ‘his guys.’ He did everything in life that people told him he couldn’t do, whereas in society now we sit and whine about stuff. “This man fought every inch of his life to do what he did.” Thursday: Thelda (Bender) Williams, longtime Phoenix, Ariz., councilwoman and former interim mayor, inducted as Distinguished Alumni.

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he considered himself a “miracle baby” for having survived the medical trauma of his infancy. The greatest gifts from his parents came from not being coddled, he once told her. “I remember him telling me how his dad and mom never treated him special,” Beth said. “They’d make him stretch his legs, do all kinds of things to feel better, because he was expected to help out around the farm like anyone else.” Curt had a light stroke before retiring, and Beth worried about him. But he wanted to be an activities director for 30 years, a

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His wife, Beth, said many of her husband’s gestures on behalf of kids went unnoticed. As flamboyant as Olson was when he entered a room, he wasn’t inclined to seek attention for guiding a child toward the right path. “He went to houses to get kids out of bed to go to school,” Beth said. “He felt it was the responsibility of him and the teachers to get every kid an education, whether they wanted it or not.” As activities director, there weren’t many leisurely nights at home. “He loved every aspect of it,” Beth said. “He was home maybe on Sunday, and some Wednesday nights. There were a lot of Saturdays where, if a kid needed a ride to Council Bluffs for instrumental music or for speech, and nobody would take them, he would take them. Curt never did anything to get patted on the back.” Beth said Curt was appreciative of his opportunities in life, because

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Americans say no to another Middle East War The likelihood of peace in Syria remains distant, as the civil war there rages on. But the grim prospect of a U.S. strike has been forestalled, if only temporarily, preventing a catastrophic deepening of the crisis there. The American people stood up for peace, and for once, the politicians listened. Across the political spectrum, citizens in the U.S. weighed in against the planned military strike. Members of Congress, Democrat and Republican, were inundated with calls and emails demanding they vote “no” on any military authorization. The media credits Russian President Vladimir Putin with extending a lifeline to President Barack Obama, allowing him a diplomatic way to delay his planned attack. But without the mass domestic public outcry against a military strike, Obama would not have needed, nor would he likely have heeded, an alternative to war. At center stage was Secretary of State John Kerry, testifying before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Sept. 4. Anti-war activists from Code Pink sat silently behind him, their hands held high,

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painted red, symbolizing blood. Kerry asserted: “Now I remember Iraq. ... Secretary Hagel and I both voted in the United States Senate. Both of us are especially sensitive to never again ask any member of Congress to vote on faulty intelligence. And that is why our intelligence community took time, that’s why the president took time to make certain of the facts ... in order to scrub and rescrub the evidence and present the facts to the American people.” Days earlier, Kerry used the phrase “we know” close to 30 times in his Aug. 30 case for war against Syria. “So now that we know what we know, the question we must all be asking is what we will do,” Kerry said, reminiscent of similar prewar ramblings of Donald Rumsfeld, who actually said: “There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are

known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don’t know. But there are also unknown unknowns. There are things we don’t know we don’t know.” “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time,” Abraham Lincoln famously quipped, “but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” After 12 years of war in Afghanistan and Iraq, thousands dead, tens of thousands maimed and trillions of dollars spent, the U.S. public won’t take the rehearsed oratory of an appointed official as sufficient grounds for war. Citizens of the United Kingdom weighed in, pushing their Parliament to vote against a military strike. What are the facts? The regime of Bashar al-Assad stands accused of a heinous attack using chemical weapons, on August 21, in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta. A United Nations chemical-weapons inspection team arrived in Damascus, remarkably, three days before the attack. Its mission was to investigate allegations of chemical weapons use from last spring, in the towns of Khan al-Assal, Sheikh Maqsood and Saraqeb. U.N. Sec-

retary-General Ban Ki-moon redirected the team to investigate Ghouta, and, after protracted negotiations with the Assad government, the weapons inspectors were allowed to do their work. In their 40-page report, the inspectors summarize “clear and convincing evidence that surfaceto-surface rockets containing the nerve agent sarin were used.” They did not say who launched the missiles, but they did examine the remnants of several of the rockets used. The team, directed by Swedish chemical weapons expert Ake Sellstrom, performed swift and exacting work under difficult circumstances (they were fired on by a sniper on their way to Ghouta). A war crime was committed in Ghouta. Kerry says “we know” it was Assad. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov countered, “We have serious grounds to believe that it was a provocation,” suggesting the Syrian rebels staged the attack in order to draw the U.S. military into their fight against the Assad regime. As a result of this week’s developments, serious progress has been made. Syria has agreed to put its

chemical weapons under international control. Iran, which strongly supports the Assad regime, has a new president, Hassan Rouhani, who will come to New York next week to address the United Nations General Assembly. He is expected to speak on the same day as President Obama. More importantly, Rouhani and Obama may actually speak to each other, the first meeting between U.S. and Iranian presidents since 1979. The terrible, ongoing tragedy in Syria, and the U.S. public’s persistent opposition to a military strike, could possibly create an opening for a much broader peace in the Middle East. *** Denis Moynihan contributed research to this column. *** Amy Goodman is the host of “Democracy Now!,” a daily international TV/radio news hour airing on more than 1,000 stations in North America. She is the co-author of “The Silenced Majority,” a New York Times best-seller. (c) 2013 Amy Goodman Distributed by King Features Syndicate

Los Angeles streets were packed with Hispanic protestors HOLLYWOOD — God bless America, and how’s everybody? Pope Francis said the Catholic Church must not focus on gays and abortion Thursday and angered conservatives. It gets worse. He showed a tin-ear for core church beliefs when he said it really does not matter who wins the Notre Dame-Oklahoma game Saturday. Baltimore Ravens player Jacoby Jones was struck over the head with a champagne bottle by a stripper in Washington D.C. Sunday. It was for not tipping. No one’s ever again going to believe a United States senator when he says that he cracked his forehead in a car wreck. Los Angeles streets were packed with Hispanic protestors demanding U.S. citizenship Sunday. It’s a beautiful culture. Hotel ballrooms are packed each weekend for the traditional Mexican family party for a girl on her fifteenth birthday called the baby shower. Germany made history Sunday when German voters elected the first two black men to serve in parliament. One is is a fifty-year-old chemist and the other is an young actor. It’s proof once again that Breaking Bad is a worldwide hit that’s inspiring copycat casting. Breaking Bad was clearly the crowd favorite when it won the Emmy Award for Best Dramatic Series. It has a unique story arc.

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If you watch Breaking Bad backwards, it’s about a guy who wins his family’s love by bringing people back to life and uncooking meth. Michael Douglas won the Emmy for Best actor Sunday four weeks after he separated from Catherine Zeta Jones. It’s been tough on her He announced they were separating after her personal trainer, the gardener, and the pool boy all came down with throat cancer. Dick Cheney’s rifle malfunctioned at a One Shot Antelope Hunt in Wyoming Saturday and the gun didn’t go off. These accidents have become chronic with him. In Cheney’s last misfire he he shot his lawyer in the face, and before that he invaded Iraq instead of Iran. President Obama began his U.N. week in New York by meeting with Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan. He later led a panel discussion on ways to bolster African nations. President Obama himself was in Africa only two months ago, renewing his birth certificate.

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Closing of Gits Manufacturing From Shawn Lange Creston

I started working as an engineer for Gits Manufacturing Company in 1988. Right out of college, I was as green as they come. The company welcomed me in and put me right to work. We had 55 employees and did $5.5 million in sales. It was owned by a corporation in Kansas City that pretty much let us run our business. We were managed by a lot of locals and very few of them had college degrees. We had one of the highest factory labor rates in the area. Over the years, the company grew and grew. We moved people up from within and hired as much local talent as we could. I remem-

ber one time we put an advertisement in the paper for some assembly labor and over 200 people showed up to apply. There were cars and people everywhere. We had the best laborers in the area. Quality was good, delivery was good, and the price was right. At our peak, we did $55 million in sales, had 220 employees in Creston, and exported parts from Creston to Japan, Europe and China. But things changed when we were bought by one of the 50 largest corporations in the U.S. Local talent wasn’t good enough, college degrees mattered more than competency, and factory labor rates were too high. Seeing the company grow under a different philosophy

and struggle with the new one, I quit after 19 years of employment. Now, I see the plant is closing as jobs are being moved to China and Mexico. Companies like Toyota and Honda are building plants in the U.S. and getting as much U.S. made content as possible while U.S. corporations are doing the opposite. When are U.S. corporations going to figure out that making parts in the country that uses them is the best plan? My experience at Gits Manufacturing Company taught me that the people in this area have the right stuff to make a business succeed and grow, even in a global economy.

Let’s work together to move library to Lincoln School From Lynne Schlaht Creston

I worked at the Adel Public Library for 13 years as assistant director until I retired in 2012. I have followed the trials and tribulations of upgrading the Gibson Library in Creston. I am amazed that so many people in our town are not willing to support the current plan to relocate to Lincoln School. When I started working at the Adel Public Library in 1999, the library was housed in a cute little building (formerly a church) and had been since the 1920s. We were crammed into a small space that didn’t work for us. The library board, staff, city council and a majority of the townspeople saw a need for a new library. The city asked the library to raise $500,000 before they would consider a bond issue. We accomplished this task within a year without the help of a professional fundraiser. The bond issue vote followed and passed by 72 percent. In 2006, we opened our doors, and the community has embraced the new Adel Public Library. It was a joy to work there. What amenities does the Adel

Library have? A community room that seats 54 comfortably at tables, but can be used for larger groups, two smaller meeting rooms, two study rooms, a glass cabinet for displays, a children’s area for programming, a great space just for teens, nine computers for public use, comfortable seating throughout, a good work space for processing materials, an outdoor patio space, an area for a continuous book sale and lots of storage. We offer copy, fax and laminating services, as well. Programming for all ages is available and popular now that we have the space for it. And last, but certainly not least, our collection of books, books on CD, DVDs and magazines has grown, and we have room to expand those collections. And what does Creston have? A cute, little building – the only library in all of Union County – that is crying for space. Large group programming for the children’s summer reading program should not have to be held at the Methodist Church. There should be meeting rooms. Be assured, they will be used a great deal. There need in be more computers, books, a space for

teens, storage, etc. Let’s face it – there just needs to be more space so future needs may be met. Some believe that libraries will become a thing of the past They will if we let them. Libraries everywhere will continually need to reinvent themselves as the wants and needs of the public change. Ebooks and E-readers can co-exist beside traditional books. A library should be the hub of the community, and in our case, the hub of the county. We have a unique opportunity to move into an existing building. Winterset’s library is a perfect example of what can be done with an existing building. Visit the Winterset Public Library, and see how they accomplished their goal. Lincoln School is not going to be available forever while we gather $500 here or $1,000 there. Time is wasting. Is it too much to ask that Creston’s industries, businesses and individuals all pull together for a project that will represent the best of this town? I like this quote by Henry Ford: “Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress; working together is success.”


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DES MOINES — Iowa Congressman Tom Latham is inviting high school students from Iowa’s third Congressional District to attend his annual youth leadership summit Oct. 7. The summit, which will be held in the House Chamber of the State Capitol Building in Des Moines, is a daylong nonpartisan networking and leadership training event. “This program is a fantastic opportunity for Iowa student leaders to learn about the importance of leadership and being a good citizen,” Latham said. “They’ll be able to make connections with their peers from across the southwestern onefourth of the state and take part in activities designed to help them become the next generation of leaders in our state and our country. I’m proud to host this event and excited that it will be taking place in the historic Iowa Capitol Building.” As in previous years, Mickye Johnson and his team of students from the University of Northern

Iowa will be on hand to work directly with each participant to help develop the leadership skill sets that assist students as they determine, develop and achieve their personal goals in high school and beyond. Johnson is the director of the University of Northern Iowa’s Classic Upward Bound Program and is regarded around Iowa and the nation for his work with countless students helping them develop skills that help them during their high school years and preparing them for college. The free one-day summit is open to all high school students who live in Iowa’s third Congressional District, and preregistration is required. The program will begin at 9 a.m. Oct. 7th. Students, parents, teachers or guardians should contact Michele Mustain in Congressman Latham’s Des Moines Constituent Services Office for more information or to register via email at: mi-

chele.mustain@mail.house. gov or by telephone at: 515-282-1909. The deadline to register is Tuesday, and the summit will be open to the first 175 students who register. The Youth Leadership Summit was started by Latham in 2007 with a goal of empowering Iowa’s youths to interact with their government, but also to help mentor the next generation of Iowa’s leaders as they look to, and prepare for, their futures. It has evolved into a yearly event. The third Congressional is comprised of the 16 counties in the southwest corner of the state that include: Adair, Adams, Cass, Dallas, Fremont, Guthrie, Madison, Mills, Montgomery, Page, Polk, Pottawattamie, Ringgold, Taylor, Union and Warren.

The Balloon Days pet show was held Saturday afternoon at Creston Municipal Airport. The results are as follows: Misc. Pets 1. Alex Blackman with “Spot” (turtle) 2. Tayler Moffitt with “Loveable and Buddy” (rabbits) 3. Cooper Parsons with “Chipmunk” (rabbit) 4. Tristan Ahrens with “Allie” (hedgehog) Cats 1. Gracelyn Spencer with “Tiger Woods” 2. Avery Bunkofske with “Kitty” 3. Chasity Clayton with “Dixie” Medium/Large Dogs - Ring 1 1. Emma Johnson with “Rico” 2. Lucas Veatch with “Vegas” 3. Dylan Fisher with “Buddy” 4. Lauren Leighow with “Hannah” Ring 2 1. Reece Hayes with “Rizzo” 2. Brittany Linch with “Jayne” 3. Sasha Smith with “Sierra” 4. Noreen Voynea with “Emma”

Small Dogs - Ring 1 1. Elizabeth Conard with “Spot” 2. Scott Walter with “Iggy” 3. Macy Vanwyhe with “Riley” 4. Kasey Kromminga with “Bandit” Ring 2 1. Sarah King with “Lady” 2. Bree Yeakey with “Sacha” 3. Kellan Kirkbride with “Spud” 4. Clayton and Cason Scarberry with “Angel” Thirty-four pets were in the show: 11 medium and large dogs, 13 small dogs, three cats/kittens and seven miscellaneous pets, including two hedgehogs, three rabbits, one turtle and one rat. Judges for the show were Stephani Finley, Sarah Brown and Vicki and Rich Homewood. Helpers were Jessica Spencer, Michelle Jones and Annette Paxton. Announcer was Blair Brody. Prizes were donated by Creston Veterinary Clinic, Southern Hills Vet Services and Creston Animal Rescue Effort.

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Members of the 2013 Mount Ayr football team are front row, from left: Brent Bounds, Ethan McGill, Ben Saville, Mitchell Jennett, Gavin Dine, Devin Russo, Dawson Knapp and Trevor Anderson. Second row, from left: Cal Daughton, Clay Wimer, Cody Stackhouse, Erik Freed, Logan Stark, Grant Staats, Jacob Beamgard, Kyle Martin and Jacob Vanbuskirk. Third row, from left: Triston Ackley, assistant coach Tanner Rinehart, assistant coach Brad Elliott, co-head coach Delwyn Schowalter, co-head coach Derek Lambert, assistant coach James Smith, assistant coach Nathan Weeda and Nick Wurster. Fourth row, from left: Mike James, Jay Blair, Eric Miller, Levi Jarred, Jonathan Vanbuskirk, Logan Kelley, Cameron Young, Wyatt Jackson and Lew Knapp. Fifth row, from left: Casey Paxson, Lincoln Martin, Kyle Dolecheck, Mason Mercer, Riley Weehler, Matt Poore, Caleb Schnoor and Trevor Gooding. Sixth row, from left: Connor Giles, Tucker Winemiller, Lincoln Lutrick, Jacob Taylor, Joe Ricker, Quency Vos, Rhett Murphy, Blake Butler and Hagan Willis. Seventh row, from left: Jake Ricker, Tyler Triggs, Jed McCreary, Jacob Sobotka and Ryan Parrott. Not pictured: Zach Vanderflught.

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FFA members compete in 2013 subdistrict soil contest

AMES — Twenty-nine Iowa 4-H clubs have been awarded DuPont Pioneer rural community improvement seed grants totaling nearly $10,000. The grants, ranging from $50 to $500 per chapter, will be used to “seed” community improvement projects implemented by local 4-H chapters. Ringgold County Twin River Tornadoes 4-H Club will purchase, engrave and install tiles around the flagpole at a community building to honor resident veterans. “The DuPont Pioneer grant program allows young people interested in food and agriculture to make a positive difference in their communities while learning valuable life skills,” said Kris Fish Kuhlman, executive director of the Iowa 4-H Foundation. “These grants give 4-H’ers a sense of appreciation for the communities where they live, and empowerment to make a difference where they find a need.” Pioneer supports annual grants to encourage local 4-H clubs in Iowa to coordinate and participate in service activities and projects that benefit their communities. The grant money is used to cover the cost of labor, expertise and materials needed to complete improvement plans.

Learning to evaluate soils is just one of the many opportunities available to FFA members. Eight Creston FFA members gained experience in developing knowledge in soil evaluation by competing in subdistrict soil judging contest held Sept. 18 in Leon, where the team earned second place and Selena Sampson earning top individual. The contest involved FFA members taking a general knowledge test and evaluating three soil pits. The evaluations involved soil conservation practices, determining soil texture and surface features, land capability classifications, the evaluation of current and future management practices and the suitability of the various soils present for non agricultural uses. The Creston FFA members competing were: Nick Walsh, Sampson, Jake Miller, Chad Lamb Dillon Bailey, Kruz Adamson, Allie Findlay, Kiersten Plowman and Cody Tanner.

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Creston News Advertiser Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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Creston head cross country coach Pat Schlapia (left) shouts encouragement to his team as the Panthers and the rest of the field take off at the start of the boys varsity race Tuesday at the Creston Invitational. Creston runners, from left, are Zack Peppmeier, Cooper McDermott, Isaiah Foster, Garret Taylor, Kruz Adamson, Jay Wolfe and Ben Irr. At right of the Creston runners are Orient-Macksburg team members Owen Hensley, Cameron Walker, Wyatt Hensley and Jesse Johnson.

Panthers finish second, Scar, Larsen claim Class B titles at Creston Invite third at home meet McDermott wins individual title

By SCOTT VICKER

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The Creston boys cross country team found itself right in the middle of a tight team race in the Class A boys varsity race here Tuesday at the Creston Invitational, battling with Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson and Shenandoah for the top position. Meanwhile, with the Winterset girls running away with the Class A team title, Creston and Glenwood were dueling for second. The boys ended up second, just five points behind Thomas Jefferson, and 14 points ahead of third-place Shenandoah. The Panther girls finished third, two points behind Glenwood for second place. Creston also won the JV girls team title and finished third in the JV boys team race. And sophomore Cooper McDermott won the individual title in Class A,

making for a very successful home meet for the Panthers.

Boys race It quickly became apparent there was going to be a three-team battle in the Class A boys team standings, as the lead pack and chase pack early in the race were filled by runners from Creston, Thomas Jefferson and Shenandoah. Eldon Warner and Brian Collinson of Thomas Jefferson bolted to an early lead, followed closely by Creston’s McDermott and Jay Wolfe and Red Oak’s Josh Sunberg. Meanwhile, a pack of five Shenandoah runners wasn’t far behind. McDermott sat back and moved up throughout the race, taking the lead on the back side of the golf McDermott course,

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where he and Warner battled back and forth until McDermott broke contact running around the eighth green. McDermott won the race going away in 16:52, becoming the first Creston boy to win the home meet since 2006. Warner crossed in second at 17:16. Wolfe held steady in fifth place, and freshman Ben Irr passed several runners making the final climb to finish sixth in 18:03. Senior Garret Taylor crossed in 11th place at 18:18. Thomas Jefferson put three in the top seven and four in the top 15, with its fifth runner coming across in 18th place. Shenandoah placed its top five in places eight, nine, 14, 16 and 17. Isaiah Foster came in fifth for Creston, running 19:32 for 27th place. Creston head coach Pat Schlapia knew it would be close in the final standings. Please see PANTHERS, page 13A

No. 3 Knights pound 44 kills in sweep By LARRY PETERSON CNA sports writer • lpeterson@crestonnews.com

The night started off with some intimidation by the state’s third-ranked (Class 3A) team. Five of the Carroll Kuemper Catholic starters introduced for Tuesday’s Hawkeye 10 Conference volleyball match here were seniors. None of the Panthers were seniors.

Then, the Knights squad that reached the state tournament semifinals last year bolted to a 7-0 lead in game one. A complicating factor for the Panthers was that junior middle hitter Natalie Mostek was nursing a sprained ankle from Sunday’s Powder Puff football game, part of the week’s homecoming activities. But, Creston then seemed to settle in and actually outscored Kuemper 8-7 during

the next stretch. Senior hitters Paige Overmohle and Claire Ludwig then took control down the stretch as the Knights won 25-13. Close set Creston had several onepoint leads in game two but fell at the end, 25-22, and Kuemper’s Hannah Macke went on a nine-point service run in game three to help Please see CRESTON, page 11A

CNA sports editor • svicker@crestonnews.com

Nodaway Valley sophomore Destiny Scar and Mount Ayr senior Noah Larsen both posted dominant victories in the Class B individual races at the Creston Invitational on Tuesday. Scar, who didn’t back away from the Class A competition, got out to a good start before the girls race was called back to the line. She didn’t let it bother her, however, as she got out well again, taking the early lead. Scar held that position through the early part of the race before Winterset’s Dominique Fleming overtook her around the mile marker. Moving back onto the Crestmoor Golf Club golf course, Fleming began to open up her lead on Scar. But, as the leaders made their turn back to the east toward the final climb, Scar began to close in on Fleming, and the Nodaway Valley sophomore was able to overtake the Winterset junior in the final stretch to claim the overall individual title. Scar, ranked 11th in Class 1A, crossed the line in 16:30, winning Class B by :33 over second place Emma Harper of East Union. Fleming won Class A in 16:34. Harper is the 24thranked runner in Class 1A. Mount Ayr junior Adrian Richards, ranked 16th in Harper Class 1A, finished fifth in 17:18. Lenox’s Rebekah Kroese finished 11th overall in 19:23. Southwest Valley was led by Steph Shuler in

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Nodaway Valley sophomore Destiny Scar makes a turn during the first mile of the girls varsity 4K race Tuesday at the Creston Invitational. Scar won the individual title in Class B, running 16:30.

15th place, running 19:52. The Timberwolves finished third in the team standings with 57 points, 10 points back of Bedford for second. Adair-Casey claimed the team title with 36 points. Earlham, ranked 15th in Class 1A, ran with just four runners and did not factor into the team standings. Mount Ayr finished fourth in Class B with 85 points.

Larsen wins Mount Ayr’s Larsen also took advantage of the level of competition provided by the runners in Class A. He took a different approach to the race than did Scar, as Larsen sat back

during the first mile and a half of the course before making a push to move forward. “I guess for the first mile and a half, I was kind of sitting back and worked my way into third at about the 2-mile mark,” Larsen said. “And then kind of battled it out for second for a while. I passed him (Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson’s Eldon Warner), then he passed me and eventually on the uphill, I got him again and finished it off.” Larsen held off Warner down the stretch, as both ran 17:16. He won the Class B race by nearly :50, as

Please see CLASS B, page 12A

Spartans secure road sweep By LARRY PETERSON

CNA sports writer • lpeterson@crestonnews. com

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Creston’s Jenna Taylor concentrates on a sideline pass during Tuesday’s match against third-ranked Carroll Kuemper Catholic. Taylor had three kills and a pair of blocks in the 3-0 loss.

OTTUMWA — Southwestern picked up its second victory of the season over Division I community college Indian Hills in a road sweep Tuesday, 25-21, 25-15, 25-20. The Spartans improved to 15-7 overall, while dropping Indian Hills to 12-15. “We played some great

volleyball tonight against a good Indian Hills team,” said SWCC coach Melissa Blessington. “We served aggressive and also played some great defense tonight. We had some long rallies and we were able to win those rallies. That is showing that this team is getting better every match.” Mel Mangrum led a balanced net attack with eight kills and seven blocks. Ashley Strong served 21-of-22 with five aces and Alex Duffy was perfect in 14

serves wit a pair of aces. The Spartans hit the road again today, facing Northeast Nebraska at Norfolk, before returning home Friday in a 6:30 p.m. match against Ellsworth.

Attacks (kills) — Mel Mangrum 8, Jenna Casey 7, Shelby Sullivan 7, Allyson Kocour 6. Setting (assists) — Cassidy Yong 28. Digs — Molly Schimp 22, C. Yong 12, Ashley Strong 11, Janaya Fox 11. Serving — Strong 21-22 (5), Alex Duffy 14-14 (2). Blocks — Mangrum 7, Kocour 2, Shelby Sullivan 2.


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Creston News Advertiser Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Area volleyball Bedford 3, East Union 2

Stanton 3, SW Valley 0

BEDFORD — Senior Madison Walston had 15 kills to lead Bedford to a hard-fought 25-15, 21-25, 2125, 25-16, 15-9 Pride of Iowa Conference victory over East Union Tuesday night. Kara Streebin and Caitlyn Bonde each had eight kills for the Bulldogs (13-15). Rachel Armstrong had 34 setting assists. Danielle Henry served 27-28 with three aces. Bonde had a team-high 12 digs. Libero Brittany Malone had a strong p a s s ing night for East Union (48), finishing with 19 digs and Malone going 3436 on serve receive. Kelsey Hoff served 19-21 with an ace. McKayle Dudney matched Bedford’s Walton by hitting 15 kills. Kali Mertens added 12 kills for the Eagles, and Hoff added 10. Courtney Phelps served 17-20 and Dudney was 11-11.

VILLISCA — Stanton swept Southwest Valley Monday night, 25-12, 25-23, 25-21. Marie Palmer had a teamhigh eight kills and served 1011 with three aces for Southwest Valley. Kelsie Kinman Palmer was 14-16 serving with five assists, and seven digs. Mikayla Dolch had a team-high 12 digs. Caitlyn Damewood had nine of the team’s 16 setting assists. “We definitely did not play our best volleyball tonight,” SW Valley coach Lindsay Wetzel said. “We were slow on defense and didn’t move our feet well enough on serve receive. We had a negative hitting efficiency in games one and two, and you aren’t going to win many sets with that. When we were running our offensive sets, things were going well and we were putting the ball down.” Serving was also a downfall for the Timberwolves, finishing 84 percent at the

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Raiderettes 0-3 AFTON — Mount Ayr went 0-3 at the East Union Invitational Saturday. The Raiderettes started slowly in a 21-17, 21-15 loss to East Mills. Leah Klejch had three kills, Blair Glendenning had eight digs and Shelbie Greene served 6-6. Winterset defeated Mount Ayr 21-10, 21-16, but Blair Glendenning had a big match for the Raiderettes. She had four kills, four digs, went 3-3 serving and 9-10 on serve receive. Coach Tori Braby said the Raiderettes played some of their best volleyball of the season as tournament champion Shenandoah managed a 20-22, 21-16, 15-11 victory. “We talked a lot about how to compete on the floor and we competed at our full potential,” Braby said. “Our serve receive was 85 percent, and we had been averaging around 60 percent.” Kelcie Shields was 11-11 serving with eight kills, five blocks and three digs in the match for Mount Ayr. Shields

Volleyball ratings Class 1A — 1. Holy Trinity Catholic 10-1; 2. Janesville 7-1; 3. Le Mars Gehlen Catholic 9-5; 4. Tripoli 8-4; 5. New London 7-1; 6. Central Lyon 14-3; 7. Stanton 13-2; 8. Grandview Park Baptist 6-5; 9. Lisbon 9-2; 10. Murray 4-0; 11. Algona Bishop Garrigan 9-3; 12. Iowa Mennonite 10-6; 13. Martensdale-St. Marys 9-2; 14. Harris-Lake Park 14-7; 15. Springville 8-6. Dropped out: Winfield-Mount Union (7), Adair-Casey (15). Class 2A — 1. Dike-New Hartford 14-1; 2. Western Christian 12-1; 3. Sumner-Fredericksburg 7-0; 4. Council Bluffs St. Albert 13-1; 5. EddyvilleBlakesburg/Fremont 15-2; 6. Hinton 11-3; 7. EdgewoodColesburg 4-0; 8. Grundy Cen-

(6) 4-0; 2. Waukon (4) 4-0; 3. Spirit Lake (4) 4-0; 4. State Center West Marshall 4-0; 5. Union, La Porte City 4-0; 6. Albia 4-0; 7. Mediapolis 4-0; 8. New Hampton 4-0; 9. Alleman North Polk 4-0; 10. Boyden-Hull-RV 3-1. Class 1A — 1. Iowa City Regina (13) 4-0; 2. Council Bluffs St. Albert 4-0; 3. Calmar South Winneshiek (1) 4-0; 4. Dike-New Hartford 4-0; 5. Wilton 4-0; 6. Mount Ayr 4-0; 7. West Union North Fayette 4-0; 8. Delhi Mquoketa Valley 4-0; 9. (tie) Van Meter 4-0 and Fort Dodge St. Edmond 4-0. Class A — 1. Inwood West Lyon (9) 4-0; 2. Fairbank Wapsie Valley (2) 4-0; 3. Brooklyn BGM (3) 4-0;

2. Solon 13-1; 3. Waverly-Shell Rock 14-3; 4. Davenport Assumption 8-1; 5. West Delaware 13-3; 6. Indianola 9-5; 7. Charles City 14-2; 8. Cedar Rapids Xavier 10-4; 9. Lewis Central 5-2; 10. Webster City 14-2; 11. Sioux City Bishop Heelan 8-10; 12. Marion 6-6; 13. Le Mars 7-2; 14. Clear Creek-Amana 6-4; 15. Pella 10-10. Dropped out: Dubuque Wahlert (13), Mount Pleasant (15). Class 5A — 1. Bettendorf 120; 2. West Des Moines Dowling Catholic 17-1; 3. Ankeny 11-2; 4. Johnston 9-1; 5. Cedar Falls 5-1; 6. Dubuque Hempstead 142; 7. Urbandale 14-2; 8. Muscatine 12-3; 9. Pleasant Valley 9-3; 10. Iowa City High 6-1. (Source: Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union.)

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High school football ratings Football ratings (First-place votes) Class 4A — 1. West Des Moines Dowling 4-0; 2. Cedar Rapids Xavier (7) 4-0; 3. Iowa City West 4-0; 4. Pleasant Valley 4-0; 5. Ames 4-0; 6. Urbandale 3-1; 7. Waukee 3-1; 8. Indianola 4-0; 9. Sioux City East 3-1; 10. Bettendorf 3-1. Class 3A — 1. Sioux City Heelan (13) 4-0; 2. Spencer (1) 4-0; 3. Decorah 4-0; 4. Pella 4-0; 5. Clear Lake 4-0; 6. Humboldt 4-0; 7. Carroll 3-1; 8. Harlan 3-1; 9. Williamsburg 3-1; 10. Webster City 4-0. Others receiving votes: 11. Grinnell; 12. Boone; 15. Dallas Center-Grimes; 16. Norwalk. Class 2A — 1. Carroll Kuemper

ter 11-1; 9. South Central Calhoun 21-3; 10. Ridge View 15-3; 11. Lake Mills 13-2; 12. Hudson 12-2; 13. Des Moines Christian 18-5; 14. Maple Valley-Anton Oto 14-4; 15. Wapsie Valley 7-3. Dropped out: North Butler (11), Sioux Center (14). Class 3A — 1. Sheldon 15-0; 2. Union 9-2; 3. Carroll Kuemper Catholic 9-1; 4. MOC-Floyd Valley 7-3; 5. Red Oak 6-2; 6. Nevada 9-5; 7. Center PointUrbana 11-4; 8. Mount Vernon 10-4; 9. Sioux Center 13-4; 10. Unity Christian 11-4; 11. East Sac County 19-3; 12. Bondurant-Farrar 12-5; 13. Iowa FallsAlden 8-3; 15. Independence 10-2. Dropped out: Algona (10), Mediapolis (13), West Liberty (15). Class 4A — 1. Harlan 10-2;

4. Ackley AGWSR 5-0; 5. Avoca AHST 4-0; 6. (tie) Montezuma 4-0 and East Mills 4-0; 8. LawtonBronson 3-1; 9. Akron-Westfield 3-1; 10. Packwood Pekin 3-1. Others receiving votes: 17. (tie) Griswold and North Tama. Eight-Man — 1. GilbertvilleDon Bosco (7) 5-0; 2. Elk HornKimballton/Exira (6) 4-0; 3. NewellFonda (1) 4-0; 4. West BendMallard 5-0; 5. Adair-Casey 5-0; 6. Springville 5-0; 7. Glidden-Ralston 4-0; 8. Correctionville-River Valley 4-0; 9. Coon Rapids-Bayard 5-0; 10. (tie) Sidney 4-0 and Bussey Twin Cedars 5-0. (Source: Associated Press.)

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the Knights complete the sweep, 25-16. Kuemper improved to 17-1 overall and 4-1 in the Hawkeye 10, having lost only to Class 4A top-ranked Harlan. Creston slips to 10-6 and 2-3. But, there were stretches — particularly in the tight second set — where the Panthers went toe-to-toe at the net with the taller, more experienced Knights. “I feel much better about this match than I did against St. Albert,” Creston coach Polly Luther said. “I felt we played harder, and with a healthy Mostek, who knows what might have happened if we’re able to finish that second game? But near the end of that game it was really getting tight on her. As a middle hitter you have to get side to side all the time, and that was hard for her.” There was a big difference in the competitive nature of the match after being blanked during the first seven points of the night. “Some of that I chalk up to inexperience,” Luther said. “Just the fear of, you know, it’s Kuemper and here they come. You heard them announce their starters as senior-senior-seniorsenior. I was cheering that from the sideline, because one time when I looked up at our team I saw one junior and five sophomores out there.” After the close second set, Creston was contending again in game three at 11-11. But that’s when Macke went on her service run. Soon, it was a 21-11 bulge and the Panthers were not able to cut into the gap.

The Knights had a total of 44 kills in three sets, led by Ludwig with 15, Becker with 12 and Overmohle with 11. Hannah Dentlinger had two blocks. All of those players are seniors except Overmohle, a sophomore. Sophomore Sydney Dunphy had six kills to lead Creston, with Mostek and sopho m o r e A n g i e S o r e n s e n Dunphy each tallying five. Mostek and Sorensen had three blocks each. Jami Sickels served 11-of11 and Haylee LaMasters was 10-10. Alli Thomsen had a team-high eight digs. Kuemper coach Keith Stickrod said his team’s experience played a role in finishing the close sets. But he sees promise in the young Panther squad. “Creston is definitely improving,” he said. “You can see it. They’re running their offense a little better, serve receive was really good tonight. They are scrappier than in the past.” For Luther, a break from competition until Oct. 3 against Lewis Central at home is an opportunity for injuries to heal, especially Mostek’s. “I told Natalie, if this was going to happen, it couldn’t come at a much better time,” Luther said. “This break is golden for us.”

Creston statistics Serving (aces) — Jami Sickels 11-11, Haylee LaMasters 10-10, Brenna Baker 8-8, Hanna Luther 7-7, Natalie Mostek 6-7 (1), Alli Thomsen 4-4. Attacks (kills) — Sydney Dunphy 6, Angie Sorensen 5, Mostek 5, Nicole Haley 4, Jenna

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Junior varsity Creston’s JV captured the first set, 25-16, but Kuemper rebounded to take the next two, 25-20, 15-12. It was only the second loss of the season for Creston (8-2). “I thought our girls looked pretty sharp tonight,” said Creston coach Jessie McClellan. “I know a loss may not reflect that, but we were doing good things against a good team. Kuemper has a strong program and we hung right with them. To me, that shows we have girls who are working hard and improving. That’s all I can ask for.”

Audrey Fyock was 10-10 in serve receive for Creston and 10-11 in digs. “Audrey looked great tonight,” McClellan said. “She had a hand on everything.”

Freshmen A strong Kuemper freshman team swept Creston 259, 25-5, 25-14, 25-20. “That is a very good freshman team,” Creston coach Mike McCabe said. “We were a lot better today on serve receive, getting more balls up to our setter. Still, we’re not where we want to be. But it was much better.” Serving leaders for Creston were Katie Powers 7-7, Cammy Rutherford 5-5, Cydney Seeley 7-8 and Michelle Isoas 4-4. The Panthers are back in action Saturday in their own tournament.

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GIRLS TEAM SCORES 1. Adair-Casey 36, 2. Bedford 47, 3. Southwest Valley 57, 4. Mount Ayr 85. INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Leaders — 1. Destiny Scar, Nodaway Valley, 16:30; 2. Emma Harper, East Union, 17:03; 3. Kristen Weber, Earlham, 17:07; 4. Charissa Mogler, Bedford, 17:11; 5. Adrian Richards, Mount Ayr, 17:18; 6. Katie Steward, Earlham, 18:28; 7. Morgan Allen, Earlham, 18:36; 8. Kassidy Chandler, AdairCasey, 18:39; 9. Katlyn Holaday, Adair-Casey, 18:43; 10. Calyn Matheny, Bedford, 19:34. East Union — 2. Emma Harper, 17:03; 14. Jena Proffitt, 19:51. Lenox — 11. Rebekah Kroese, 19:23. Mount Ayr — 5. Adrian Richards, 17:18; 28. Megan Warin, 22:35; 29. Naomi Richards, 22:49; 32. Neesie Brand, 23:40; 34. Christiana Overholtzer, 24:24; 36. Jennifer King, 26:03. Nodaway Valley — 1. Destiny Scar, 16:30; 25. Cheyenne Wenstad, 21:51; 35. Shelby NuppHolder, 25:41. Southwest Valley — 15. Steph Shuler, 19:52; 18. Diana Berggren, 20:10; 19. Kendra Top, 20:27; 21. Darien Keefe, 21:06; 24. Chloe Keefe, 21:39; 27. Aunica Harvey, 22:33; 30. Christine Shipley, 23:30. BOYS TEAM SCORES 1. Earlham 42, 2. Nodaway Valley 46, 3. Southwest Valley 80, 4. Orient-Macksburg 94, 5. Mount Ayr 95. INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Leaders — 1. Noah Larsen, Mount Ayr, 17:16; 2. Alan Schmidt, Earlham, 18:05; 3. Brayten Funke, Nodaway Valley, 18:34; 4. Heath Downing, Nodaway Valley, 18:57; 5. Jared Smith, Clarinda Academy,

19:02; 6. Jack Jones, Mount Ayr, 19:23; 7. Lane Peterson, Southwest Valley, 19:28; 8. A.J. Leporte, Earlham, 19:31; 9. Shane Breheny, Nodaway Valley, 19:31; 10. Nathan Venteicher, Nodaway Valley, 19:32. East Union — 13. Gabe Nixon, 19:50. Lenox — 19. Jacob Bolinger, 20:56; 32. Daniel Boschee, 23:49; 37. Riley Haidsiak, 24:43. Mount Ayr — 1. Noah Larsen, 17:16; 6. Jack Jones, 19:23; 38. Quintin Chumbley, 24:51; 40. Clint Bounds, 25:46; 41. Heath Andresen, 29:12. Nodaway Valley — 3. Brayten Funke, 18:34; 4. Heath Downing, 18:57; 9. Shane Breheny, 19:31; 10. Nathan Venteicher, 19:32; 29. Matthew Dickinson, 22:58; 35. Dakota Ernst, 24:30. Orient-Macksburg — 16. Jesse Johnson, 20:22; 18. Cameron Walker, 20:46; 23. Wyatt Hensley, 21:28; 30. Owen Hensley, 23:03; 33. Keaton Wambold, 24:02; 34. Morgan Spurrier, 24:23; Southwest Valley — 7. Lane Peterson, 19:28; 17. Garrett Newton, 20:39; 25. Quinten Oldenkamp, 21:50; 27. Connor Haggerty, 22:33; 28. Trevor Sorensen, 22:47; 31. Evan Baldwin, 23:31; 39. William Roberts, 25:08. CNA photo by SCOTT VICKER

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Earlham’s Alan Schmidt finished second in 18:05. For Larsen, who is in his first year of being a full-time cross country runner after doing dual-sport participation last year, this was a good opportunity for him to gain experience. It was only his second race of the season because of meets being cancelled. “This last week I was a little disappointed,” he said about a meet being cancelled. “Practice was getting a little boring, so it’s good to get out Larsen there and compete and see where I’m at since I’ve been feeling good and ready to race. It was good to get out here and get some good experience against some good competition.” Larsen’s teammate Jack Jones finished fifth overall, running 19:23.

Nodaway Valley’s young runners also competed well, placing four in the top 10. Brayten Funke led the Wolverines with a third place finish in 18:34. Heath Downing placed fourth in 18:57. Shane Breheny crossed in ninth and Nathan Venteicher finished 10th. The Wolverines finished second in the team standings, just four points behind Earlham, 42-46. Earlham is ranked 14th in Class 1A and Nodaway Valley is ranked 15th. Lane Peterson led the way for Southwest Valley, finishing seventh in 19:28. He paced the Timberwolves to a third place team finish with 80 points. Orient-Macksburg finished fourth in the team standings with 94 points, one point ahead of Mount Ayr. Jesse Johnson led the Bulldogs, running 20:22 for 16th. Cameron Walker finished 18th in 20:46. Lenox was led by Jacob Bolinger, who ran 20:56 for 19th place.

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AMERICAN OSTEOPATHIC ASSOC............................................. 813.00 AMERICAN PHYSICAL THERAPY.................................... 1,086.00 AMERICAN RED CROSS....... 28,653.95 AMERICAN SCREENING CORPORATION............................. 200.00 AMSAN COMPANY.................. 4,050.41 ANDERSON ERICKSON........... 4,068.65 ANTHONY, NANCY..................... 239.21 AORN INC...................................... 337.00 APRIA INC..... 1,035.00 Continued from page 9A “It HEALTHCARE, kind of stinks that we ARJO HUNTLEIGH INC............ 3,753.79 lost a close one, but all216.90 the ARLINGTON SCIENTIFIC INC... MOTOR LLP.hard . 79.22 “We knew going in it was ARNOLD guys have beenSUPPLY working INC......................... 20,034.00 going to be a tossup between ARTHREX this week,” McDermott said. ARTHROCARE MEDICAL 1,544.16 TJ, Shenandoah and us, and CORPORATION.......................... “We were close. We wanted ASHP................................................ 275.00 we’ve had some friendly ri- ASSURANT it.” EMPLOYEE 669.03 valries with those teams,” BENEFITS....................................... AUTOMATED SYSTEMS he said. “If we had that race COMPANY...................................... 312.00 In the girls race, it was AUTOMATIC DOOR GROUP again, who knows? The INC................................................... 549.50 quickly apparent that Winstandings could be different.” AVADYNE HEALTH.................... 724.93 terset was going to run away B.M. SALES, INC...................... 10,540.65 Kruz Adamson finished BAIRD HOLM LAW OFFICES.... 899.00 with the LEASING team title. 40th in 20:01 for Creston, BANKERS COMPANY.................................. Winterset won with1,970.37 43 while Zack Peppmeier ran BARB PIERCE CODING........... points, as MICHAEL............... Glenwood 4,225.00 took BARGSTADT, 78.81 20:21 for 46th place. BARTLES, JABREE......................... 69.93 second with 92 points and BAXTER HEALTHCARE CORPORATION............................. 532.80 BDI SIGNS (2013).......................... 388.64 BECKMAN COULTER, INC.. . 25,678.20 BEEKLEY CORPORATION......... 349.95 BELL MEDICAL INC................. 3,550.10 BEST CARE EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE.............................. 2,253.25 BIODEX MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INC................................................... 189.16 BIOMERIEUX INC..................... 2,917.83 BLI LIGHTING SPECIALIST....... 179.93 BLR.................................................. 419.83 BOLTON, GORDON DBA............ 205.00 BOOTH, JACQUE............................ 22.20 BOSTON SCIENTIFIC CORP.. . 3,287.69 BOYD APPLIANCE CENTER, INC..................................................... 39.99 BROKAW, BARBARA.................. 465.05 BROWN JANIE.............................. 957.78 BROWN, BONNIE........................... 87.92 BROWN, SHIRLEY.................... 1,000.00 BROWN'S MEDICAL IMAGING........................................ 494.41 BSN MEDICAL, INC..................... 473.10 BUCK, GWEN................................ 271.17 BVK DIRECT.................................... 75.00 BYERS WOOD & LOCK SHOP... 527.57 CAID SOLUTIONS INC............. 3,149.00 CAMBLIN MECHANICAL INC.............................................. 11,735.46 CARDINAL HEALTH 414, LLC............................................... 8,501.98 CARDINAL HEALTH MEDICAL &.................................................... 2,840.11 CARDINAL HEALTHALLEGIANCE............................. 5,448.24 CARDINAL HEALTHPHARMACEUTICAL............. 663,428.62 CAREFUSION 211,by INC.................. 33.00 CNA photo SCOTT VICKER CAREFUSION 2200, INC.............. 179.87 Creston junior Maria MostekCAREFUSION leads Mount Ayr junior SOLUTIONS, Adrian Richards during the first mile of the girls varsity 4K LLC............................................. 45,648.00 CARELEARNING....................... 5,250.00 race Tuesday at the Creston Invitational. Mostek finished CASEY'S GENERAL STORES fifth in Class A and Richards finished fifth in Class B.3,060.27 INC................................................ CASSLING................................. 15,109.00 CDW GOVERNMENT, INC...... 4,681.46 CENTRAL IOWA HOSPITAL CORP.......................................... 15,382.00 CENTRAL PLAINS ELECTRIC... 106.15 CENTURION MEDICAL PRODUCTS................................. 1,554.00 CENTURY LINK......................... 2,347.76 CHAT MOBILITY @ RADIO SHACK............................................ 125.44 Greater Regional Medical Center CHEERS, DONNA........................... 59.95 Schedule of Payments Allowed by the CHRISTENSEN SANITATION.... 184.00 Board of Trustees CHUBICK, MARK...................... 1,483.52 For the Quarter Ended June 30, 2013 10,000 CRESTONIANS INC......... 100.00 CIVCO MEDICAL 1STAFF TRAINING.................... 7,200.00 SOLUTIONS................................ 1,994.00 3E COMPANY............................. 1,680.00 CLARINDA REGIONAL AACVPR......................................... 249.00 HEALTH.................................... 11,109.70 AAHAM HAWKEYE CHAPTER . 130.00 CLEAR CHANNEL ACADEMY OF NUTRITION....... 226.00 OUTDOOR................................... 4,500.00 CLEAR VIEW RESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NUTRITION AND................................................. 311.00 WINDOW........................................ 776.00 ACUTE CARE INC................. 352,136.24 CLIA LABORATORY ADAIR CO FREE PRESS.............. 183.76 PROGRAM................................... 2,040.00 CLINICAL REFERENCE ADAIR COUNTY HEALTH & FITNESS............................................ 78.54 LABORATORY.............................. 231.00 CMS COMMUNICATIONS ADAMS COUNTY FREE PRESS........................................... 1,129.88 INC................................................ 3,401.12 ADP, INC.................................... 11,343.70 COENEN, GARY DBA.................... 81.80 AFLAC.......................................... 7,783.02 COLE, JANUARY.......................... 185.93 AFTON STAR ENTERPRISE....... 483.53 COMMERCIAL LIGHTING...... 3,760.93 AGRILAND FS, INC................... 9,510.80 CONE INSTRUMENTS LLC........ 271.34 AKIN BUILDING CENTERS.... 1,321.67 CONMED CORP............................... 86.40 CONMED LINVATEC................... 279.00 ALCON LABORATORIES INC.............................................. 38,997.14 COOK MEDICAL INCORPORATED.......................... 617.41 ALERE NORTH AMERICA, INC................................................ 3,075.62 COOK VIDEO & APPLIANCE..... 262.32 ALLIANT ENERGY................. 73,330.21 COOPER, REGINA.......................... 48.84 AMBLER SURGICAL................... 108.00 COVIDIEN...................................... 214.50 CPSI.......................................... 111,535.69 AMERICAN ACADEMY ORTHOPAEDIC............................. 900.00 CR BARD INC........................... 12,087.36 CREST HAVEN CARE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS.................................. 545.00 CENTRE..................................... 21,082.25 CREST HEALTHCARE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF RADIOLOGY............................... 2,400.00 SUPPLY........................................... 184.85 CRESTMOOR GOLF CLUB...... 2,989.50 AMERICAN EDUCATION SERVICES....................................... 422.14 CRESTON CHAMBER OF AMERICAN HERITAGE LIFE . 1,279.98 COMMERCE.................................. 800.00 CRESTON FARM & HOME......... 214.72 AMERICAN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY....................................... 225.00 CRESTON MUNICIPAL UTILITIES.................................... 5,911.23 AMERICAN OSTEOPATHIC ASSOC............................................. 813.00 CRESTON NEWS ADVERTISER................................ 742.50 AMERICAN PHYSICAL THERAPY.................................... 1,086.00 CRESTON NURSING & REHAB AMERICAN RED CROSS....... 28,653.95 CENTER..................................... 17,991.77 CRESTON PUBLISHING CO.... 5,291.81 AMERICAN SCREENING CORPORATION............................. 200.00 CSAI................................................. 130.00 AMSAN COMPANY.................. 4,050.41 CULLIGAN.................................. 3,909.49 ANDERSON ERICKSON........... 4,068.65 D. RUIZ, MD.............................. 13,413.96 ANTHONY, NANCY..................... 239.21 DATABASE SOLUTIONS INC. 2,000.00 AORN INC...................................... 337.00 DAVID VELASQUEZ IV........... 3,520.50 APRIA HEALTHCARE, INC..... 1,035.00 DELTA DENTAL OF IOWA... 57,188.16 ARJO HUNTLEIGH INC............ 3,753.79 DEPARTMENT OF ARLINGTON SCIENTIFIC INC... 216.90 EDUCATION............................... 2,289.09 ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY LLP. . 79.22 DEROYAL INDUSTRIES INC..... 867.26 ARTHREX INC......................... 20,034.00 DIRECT SUPPLY, INC.................. 395.88 DJ ORTHOPEDICS, LLC........... 4,496.03 ARTHROCARE MEDICAL CORPORATION.......................... 1,544.16 DOOLITTLE, LACY................... 1,143.31 ASHP................................................ 275.00 DUKES, MARIA......................... 3,802.46 DUNCAN, JESSICA....................... 114.46 ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS....................................... 669.03 EARTHGRAINS BAKING COMPANIES............................... 1,244.13 AUTOMATED SYSTEMS COMPANY...................................... 312.00 ECHO GROUP, INC.................... 2,193.27 ELECTRONIC AUTOMATIC DOOR GROUP INC................................................... 549.50 ENGINEERING........................... 1,020.00 AVADYNE HEALTH.................... 724.93 EMC................................................. 126.91 B.M. SALES, INC...................... 10,540.65 EMERGENCY MEDICAL PRODUCTS BAIRD HOLM LAW OFFICES.... 899.00 INC................................................ 1,601.75 EMPI, INC....................................... 690.65 BANKERS LEASING COMPANY.................................. 1,970.37 EMSLRC...................................... 1,258.00 BARB PIERCE CODING........... 4,225.00 EPOWERDOC INC................... 39,000.00 BARGSTADT, MICHAEL............... 78.81 EQUITABLE LIFE INS OF BARTLES, JABREE......................... 69.93 IOWA............................................... 300.00 EXECUTIVE HEALTH RESOURCES BAXTER HEALTHCARE CORPORATION............................. 532.80 INC................................................ 1,920.00 BDI SIGNS (2013).......................... 388.64 EZ WAY INC.................................. 122.32 BECKMAN COULTER, INC.. . 25,678.20 F & M BODY SHOP INC.............. 243.75 BEEKLEY CORPORATION......... 349.95 FAREWAY...................................... 712.51 BELL MEDICAL INC................. 3,550.10 FARM BUREAU PROPERTY & CASUALTY............................... 53,237.50 BEST CARE EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE.............................. 2,253.25 FEDERAL EXPRESS..................... 111.10 FIGMENT GROUP INC................... 62.98 BIODEX MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INC................................................... 189.16 FIRST ADMINSTRATORS, I NC............................................... 76,267.58 BIOMERIEUX INC..................... 2,917.83 BLI LIGHTING SPECIALIST....... 179.93 FISHER HEALTHCARE.......... 20,685.86 BLR.................................................. 419.83 FONTANELLE DRUG..................... 90.66 BOLTON, GORDON DBA............ 205.00 FORKNER, MITCH........................ 331.62 BOOTH, JACQUE............................ 22.20 FRESENIUS KABI USA, LLC...... 525.00 BOSTON SCIENTIFIC CORP.. . 3,287.69 FRONTIER...................................... 734.39 FRONTIER COMM OF IOWA BOYD APPLIANCE CENTER, INC..................................................... 39.99 (213)................................................. 235.68 BROKAW, BARBARA.................. 465.05 FUJIFILM MEDICAL SYSTEMS BROWN JANIE.............................. 957.78 USA............................................... 3,715.83 BROWN, BONNIE........................... 87.92 GAMA ELECTRONICS, INC....... 104.00 BROWN, SHIRLEY.................... 1,000.00 GARDNER & WHITE, INC..... 33,967.96 GE HEALTHCARE................... 10,175.11 BROWN'S MEDICAL IMAGING........................................ 494.41 GE INTERNATIONAL INC....... 3,830.00 BSN MEDICAL, INC..................... 473.10 GENERAL SERVICE BUREAU BUCK, GWEN................................ 271.17 INC................................................ 7,987.21 BVK DIRECT.................................... 75.00 GERLEMAN, MICHAEL D.......... 225.00 BYERS WOOD & LOCK SHOP... 527.57 GLEN E MULLEN DBA................ 566.14 CAID SOLUTIONS INC............. 3,149.00 GOLDSMITH CLEANING...... 12,695.00 GORE, BECKI................................... 91.02 CAMBLIN MECHANICAL INC.............................................. 11,735.46 GRAINGER..................................... 131.18 GRAPHIC DISPLAYS................... 320.00 CARDINAL HEALTH 414, LLC............................................... 8,501.98 GRAPHIC IDEAS............................. 82.50 GREATER REGIONAL CARDINAL HEALTH MEDICAL &.................................................... 2,840.11 AUXILIARY..................................... 20.00 GREATER REGIONAL CARDINAL HEALTHALLEGIANCE............................. 5,448.24 FOUNDATION............................... 544.86 GREATER REGIONAL -GUILD.... 20.00 CARDINAL HEALTHPHARMACEUTICAL............. 663,428.62 GREEN VALLEY PEST CAREFUSION 211, INC.................. 33.00 CONTROL................................. 25,223.37 CAREFUSION 2200, INC.............. 179.87 GREENFIELD CARE CENTER, INC................................................ 8,260.84 CAREFUSION SOLUTIONS, LLC............................................. 45,648.00 GREG NEPSTAD DBA.............. 1,488.35 CARELEARNING....................... 5,250.00 GRP & ASSOCIATES................. 1,816.05 GUSTAVE A. LARSON CASEY'S GENERAL STORES INC................................................ 3,060.27 COMPANY.................................. 2,130.98 CASSLING................................. 15,109.00 GUTMANN, BRIAN...................... 105.00 CDW GOVERNMENT, INC...... 4,681.46 HAMMER MEDICAL SUPPLY........................................ 4,026.30 CENTRAL IOWA HOSPITAL CORP.......................................... 15,382.00 HANDS UP CENTRAL PLAINS ELECTRIC... 106.15 COMMUNICATIONS.................... 243.00 HANIFEN CO INC......................... 210.00 CENTURION MEDICAL PRODUCTS................................. 1,554.00 HARTFORD LIFE CENTURY LINK......................... 2,347.76 INSURANCE............................. 15,787.22 HAUGE ASSOCIATES, INC... 32,944.59 CHAT MOBILITY @ RADIO SHACK............................................ 125.44 HAYES, WENDY........................... 239.96

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CRESTON NEWS ADVERTISER................................ 742.50 CRESTON NURSING & REHAB CENTER..................................... 17,991.77 CRESTON PUBLISHING CO.... 5,291.81 CSAI................................................. 130.00 CULLIGAN.................................. 3,909.49 D. RUIZ, MD.............................. 13,413.96 DATABASE SOLUTIONS INC. 2,000.00 DAVID VELASQUEZ IV........... 3,520.50 DELTA DENTAL OF IOWA... 57,188.16 DEPARTMENT OF in third at 94. Creston came EDUCATION............................... 2,289.09 The Huskies took the867.26 top DEROYAL INDUSTRIES INC..... DIRECT SUPPLY, INC.................. 395.88 three spots individually, with DJ ORTHOPEDICS, LLC........... 4,496.03 Creston junior Maria 1,143.31 MoDOOLITTLE, LACY................... DUKES, MARIA......................... 3,802.46 stek coming in fifth in 17:01. DUNCAN, JESSICA....................... 114.46 Dominique BAKING Fleming won in EARTHGRAINS COMPANIES............................... 1,244.13 16:34.GROUP, INC.................... 2,193.27 ECHO ELECTRONIC “Maria probably didn’t ENGINEERING........................... 1,020.00 have her best of starts,” EMC................................................. 126.91 EMERGENCY MEDICAL PRODUCTS Schlapia said. “She’s been INC................................................ 1,601.75 backINC....................................... and forth with those EMPI, 690.65 EMSLRC...................................... 1,258.00 Winterset girls, but seeing EPOWERDOC INC................... 39,000.00 (Tiffany) LIFE Williams EQUITABLE INS OF of AtlanIOWA............................................... 300.00 tic for the first time, Williams EXECUTIVE HEALTH RESOURCES beat her, but we know Maria INC................................................ 1,920.00 EZ 122.32 canWAY beINC.................................. ahead of her. She’s F & M BODY SHOP INC.............. 243.75 proven that. I think this 712.51 race FAREWAY...................................... FARM BUREAU PROPERTY & will be a good motivating facCASUALTY............................... 53,237.50 FEDERAL EXPRESS..................... 111.10 tor for Maria.” FIGMENT GROUP INC................... 62.98 Taylor Briley finished 11th FIRST ADMINSTRATORS, I NC............................................... 76,267.58 in 17:49, closing the time gap FISHER HEALTHCARE.......... 20,685.86 on Mostek.DRUG..................... Maddie Skarda FONTANELLE 90.66 FORKNER, MITCH........................ placed 22nd in 18:41 and331.62 JesFRESENIUS KABI USA, LLC...... 525.00 sica Beatty crossed in 734.39 24th FRONTIER...................................... FRONTIER COMM OFthe IOWA in 18:48, giving Panthers (213)................................................. 235.68 four varsity medalists in both FUJIFILM MEDICAL SYSTEMS USA............................................... 3,715.83 the girls race and the boys GAMA ELECTRONICS, INC....... 104.00 race. & WHITE, INC..... 33,967.96 GARDNER GE HEALTHCARE................... 10,175.11 Madison Hance scored in GE INTERNATIONAL INC....... 3,830.00 GENERAL SERVICE BUREAU 19:08 32nd place, running INC................................................ 7,987.21 and JennaMICHAEL Hayes (34th) and GERLEMAN, D.......... 225.00 566.14 GLEN E MULLEN Raegen SmithDBA................ (37th) comGOLDSMITH CLEANING...... 12,695.00 pletedBECKI................................... what has been a 91.02 reGORE, GRAINGER..................................... 131.18 volving door in spots three GRAPHIC DISPLAYS................... 320.00 throughIDEAS............................. seven for the PanGRAPHIC 82.50 GREATER REGIONAL thers so far this year. AUXILIARY..................................... 20.00 “Our REGIONAL three through seven GREATER FOUNDATION............................... 544.86 girls have been fluctuating a GREATER REGIONAL -GUILD.... 20.00 lot,” Schlapia said. “We reGREEN VALLEY PEST CONTROL................................. 25,223.37 ally need toCARE focus on moving GREENFIELD CENTER, INC................................................ up and cutting the gap.8,260.84 We GREG NEPSTAD DBA.............. 1,488.35 still need to work on cutting GRP & ASSOCIATES................. 1,816.05 GUSTAVE A. LARSON down that gap on Taylor.” COMPANY.................................. 2,130.98 GUTMANN, BRIAN...................... 105.00 HAMMER MEDICAL SUPPLY........................................ 4,026.30 HANDS UP COMMUNICATIONS.................... 243.00 HANIFEN CO INC......................... 210.00 HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE............................. 15,787.22 HAUGE ASSOCIATES, INC... 32,944.59 HAYES, WENDY........................... 239.96 HEALTH CARE LOGISTICS INC................................................... 228.59 HEALTH ENTERPRISES OF IOWA............................................ 4,123.00 HEALTH NET CONNECT......... 1,178.76 HEALTH NET CONNECT LLC... 240.00 HEALTH PARTNERS OF SOUTHWEST................................. 153.00 HEALTHCARE SYSTEM SOLUTIONS................................... 459.00 HEALTHPORT................................. 71.77 HEIM, ROGER.................................. 85.00 HENRY SCHEIN............................ 557.46 HFMA IOWA CHAPTER.............. 105.00 HILL ROM...................................... 350.00 HILL, PEGGY..................................... 8.25 HILLYARD/DES MOINES........ 3,716.87 HOBART SERVICE....................... 597.75 HOCKENBERGS...................... 13,374.68 HODGE, SHERRI........................ 1,175.50 HOLLEY A. BZDEGA, M.D......... 525.00 HOLOGIC, INC........................... 4,842.75 HOSPIRA WORLDWIDE INC.............................................. 17,320.82 HOWELL, JECCEKA................. 1,640.59 HOYT, DR. JOHN DO................. 462.50 HSI OF DES MOINES, LLC...... 6,922.24 HUBERT COMPANY.................... 146.06 HY VEE FOOD STORES.............. 423.22 IA ASSOC CARDIOPULMONARY REHAB.............................................. 35.00 IARHC............................................. 300.00 IDEACOM/CMA............................ 526.00 IMMUCOR, INC.......................... 1,265.37 ING - TSA.................................. 12,882.68 ING LIFE INSURANCE & ANNUITY....................................... 513.30 INSURANCE STRATEGIES......... 950.00 INTEGRA LIFESCIENCES CORP............................................... 129.29 IOWA BOARD OF PHARMACY. 270.00 IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK.................................. 1,500.00 IOWA DEPARTMENT PUBLIC HEALTH.......................................... 400.00 IOWA DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH.......................................... 400.00 IOWA HEALTH DES MOINES....................................... 4,716.00 IOWA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION............................ 1,779.00 IOWA IMMUNIZATION COALITION.................................... 100.00 IOWA INDIVIDUAL HEALTH BENEFIT.................................... 15,563.33 IOWA PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES, PC................................................ 23,715.00 IOWA RADIOLOGY, P.C.......... 1,400.25 IOWA SHRINE BOWL GAMES, INC................................................... 400.00 IOWA SLEEP DISORDERS CENTER....................................... 3,250.00 IOWA STUDENT LOAN LIQUIDITY..................................... 657.48 IOWA THERAPY ASSOCIATES.............................. 1,874.98 IOWA WATER MANAGEMENT CORP............................................ 1,935.00 IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT........................ 3,539.57 IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT............................ 250.00 IPERS COLLECTIONS.......... 560,045.95 IRON MOUNTAIN......................... 658.14 J & A FLOORING....................... 1,972.93 JCB LABORATORIES................... 454.17 JOE'S SIGNS................................ 1,130.00 JOHNSON & JOHNSON............ 8,483.81 JOHNSON CRYSTAL.................... 623.70 JOLA PUBLICATIONS................... 60.00 JONES, TEENA................................ 63.00 JULES AND ASSOCIATES, INC.............................................. 25,679.17 KADY'S CONCESSIONS.............. 124.39 KARL STORZ ENDOSCOPYAMERICA....................................... 345.00 KELLEY, GARY D. DBA............... 22.50 KELLY'S FLOWERS..................... 452.85 KENYON JEN................................. 159.84 KENYON, BARB............................ 159.84 KEY SURGICAL INCORPORATED.......................... 171.40 KLECKNER, CAROLYN................ 13.82 KOCH BROTHERS, INC............ 1,291.67 KONE, INC.................................. 2,801.22 KONZA MEDICAL BILLING... 1,540.00 KRAMES STAYWELL, LLC.......... 35.74 KRANTZ, JAN.................................. 13.32 KREISERS INC........................... 1,089.03 KSIB.............................................. 3,351.75 KUCERA, DR TODD....................... 20.00 KUHL, DR. ROBERT..................... 459.60 LABORATORY SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.............................................. 18,106.07 LAMAIR-MURLOCK - CONDON CO....................................................... 45.00 LANDAUER INC........................ 1,376.12 LAP OF AMERICA LASER....... 3,640.00 LARSON, CASEY............................ 54.90 LEGAL SHIELD.......................... 1,174.50 LENOX AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.................................. 100.00 LENOX COMMUNITY TRUST... 200.00 LENOX DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION..................... 414,378.38 LENOX HARDWARE, LLC......... 105.08 LENOX MUNICIPAL COMMUNICATIONS.................... 205.80 LENOX MUNICIPAL GAS SYSTEM............................................ 33.30 LENOX MUNICIPAL UTILITIES....................................... 709.46 LENOX STOCK & SADDLE CLUB............................................... 500.00 LEON JOURNAL REPORTER..... 192.00 LEONARD, CHRIS..................... 1,225.30 LIFENET HEALTH..................... 5,789.00 MAINLINE MEDICAL INC.......... 139.82 MARTIN BROS DISTRIBUTING

IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK.................................. 1,500.00 IOWA DEPARTMENT PUBLIC HEALTH.......................................... 400.00 IOWA DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH.......................................... 400.00 IOWA HEALTH DES MOINES....................................... 4,716.00 IOWA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION............................ 1,779.00 IOWA IMMUNIZATION COALITION.................................... 100.00 IOWA INDIVIDUAL HEALTH BENEFIT.................................... The Creston girls JV15,563.33 team IOWA PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES, put six runners in the 23,715.00 top 10 PC................................................ IOWA RADIOLOGY, P.C.......... 1,400.25 to easily win the team comIOWA SHRINE BOWL GAMES, INC................................................... petition with 23 points. 400.00 RaIOWA SLEEP DISORDERS chel Shepherd led the3,250.00 way, CENTER....................................... IOWA STUDENT LOAN in 19:21, finishing second LIQUIDITY..................................... 657.48 missing moving up to varsity IOWA THERAPY ASSOCIATES.............................. 1,874.98 by just :02. IOWA WATER MANAGEMENT Brant Hudson paced1,935.00 the CORP............................................ IOWA WORKFORCE Creston boys JV team with DEVELOPMENT........................ 3,539.57 a second place finish, runIOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT............................ 250.00 ning 20:09, which was good IPERS COLLECTIONS.......... 560,045.95 enough to move him into658.14 the IRON MOUNTAIN......................... Jvarsity & A FLOORING....................... 1,972.93 lineup for Monday’s JCB LABORATORIES................... 454.17 JOE'S 1,130.00 meetSIGNS................................ at Orient-Macksburg. JOHNSON & JOHNSON............ 8,483.81 Also on the schedule JOHNSON CRYSTAL....................Tues623.70 JOLA 60.00 day PUBLICATIONS................... was the Creston Little JONES, TEENA................................ 63.00 Kids AND Race, which featured JULES ASSOCIATES, INC.............................................. 25,679.17 46 participants, and parents’ KADY'S CONCESSIONS.............. 124.39 night for the seniors. KARL STORZ ENDOSCOPYAMERICA....................................... 345.00 Seniors honored with their KELLEY, GARY D. DBA............... 22.50 familiesFLOWERS..................... were Kruz AdamKELLY'S 452.85 KENYON JEN................................. 159.84 son, Zack Peppmeier, Garret KENYON, BARB............................ 159.84 Taylor, Michael Walsh, Evan KEY SURGICAL INCORPORATED.......................... 171.40 Nielsen, Jacob Geary, Daniel KLECKNER, CAROLYN................ 13.82 KOCH INC............ Scott,BROTHERS, Jeremy Stoll and 1,291.67 ItzayKONE, INC.................................. 2,801.22 anna Rubio. KONZA MEDICAL BILLING... 1,540.00 KRAMES STAYWELL, Schlapia said it LLC.......... was nice35.74 to KRANTZ, JAN.................................. 13.32 see so many former runners KREISERS INC........................... 1,089.03 KSIB.............................................. 3,351.75 and managers from previKUCERA, DR TODD....................... 20.00 ous teams out supporting459.60 the KUHL, DR. ROBERT..................... LABORATORY SUPPLY COMPANY, teams, as well as all the memINC.............................................. 18,106.07 bers of the community. LAMAIR-MURLOCK - CONDON CO....................................................... “I want to thank all 45.00 the LANDAUER INC........................ 1,376.12 people who helped LAP OF AMERICA LASER.......volun3,640.00 LARSON, CASEY............................ 54.90 teer, and also the people who LEGAL SHIELD.......................... 1,174.50 LENOX CHAMBER OF all the came AREA out and cheered COMMERCE.................................. 100.00 teamsCOMMUNITY on. It was nice to have LENOX TRUST... 200.00 LENOX all theDEVELOPMENT support that was out CORPORATION..................... 414,378.38 there.”HARDWARE, LLC......... 105.08 LENOX Creston Invitational LENOX MUNICIPAL CLASS A COMMUNICATIONS.................... 205.80 LENOX MUNICIPAL GAS GIRLS TEAM SCORES SYSTEM............................................ 33.30 LENOX MUNICIPAL UTILITIES....................................... 709.46 LENOX STOCK & SADDLE CLUB............................................... 500.00 LEON JOURNAL REPORTER..... 192.00 LEONARD, CHRIS..................... 1,225.30 LIFENET HEALTH..................... 5,789.00 MAINLINE MEDICAL INC.......... 139.82 MARTIN BROS DISTRIBUTING CO................................................. 2,757.73 MARTIN HEALTH SERVICES.................................... 5,123.68 MATHESON TRI-GAS INC....... 4,692.41 MAYNES REAL ESTATE INC TRUST.......................................... 1,000.00 MCCLELLAN, TAYLOR.............. 336.68 MCCORMACK DISTRIBUTING CO INC................................................... 762.30 MCCUTCHAN, MATTHEW........... 68.82 MCKESSON PLASMA & BIOLOGICS LLC........................ 9,812.00 MCKINNEY, LARRY.................... 600.50 MCMASTER CARR SUPPLY CO................................................. 1,690.26 MEDIACOM................................ 4,880.08 MEDICAL PHYSICS INC.......... 1,457.00 MEDICAL SPECIALTIES DISTR, LLC.................................................. 451.62 MEDIVATORS............................ 8,429.00 MEDLINE INDUSTRIES, INC.............................................. 32,775.90 MEDTRONIC MINIMED.............. 390.07 MERCY THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY............................ 78,924.28 MERRITT HAWKINS & ASSOCIATES............................ 14,575.00 MID AMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY................................ 43,049.17 MID IOWA FOUNTAIN SERVICES....................................... 851.70 MIDLANDS BUSINESS EQUIPMENT.................................... 32.43 MIDWEST AUTO FIRE SPRINKLER CO..................................................... 420.00 MIDWEST CRYOGENICS........... 433.50 MIDWEST EYE CARE, P.C............ 38.00 MIDWEST MEDICAL INSURANCE CO............................................... 62,380.00 MIKKELSEN, LORI A............... 5,247.10 MILLER, DR. LONNY..................... 25.12 MILLER, TRAVIS.......................... 119.89 MINDRAY DS USA, INC........... 7,217.47 MITCHELL, SHARI....................... 210.56 MOHELA..................................... 7,567.00 MOUNT AYR RECORD NEWS... 697.51 MR. CLEAN CARPET CARE....... 320.00 MSI PRECISION SPECIALTY..... 213.30 MVAP MEDICAL SUPPLIES, INC................................................... 373.41 MY SISTERS PLACE...................... 74.90 NANO TECH SOLUTIONS....... 2,754.00 NAPA............................................... 160.14 NATIONAL ELEVATOR INSPECTION.................................. 290.00 NATIONAL PHARMACEUTICAL RETURN.......................................... 243.35 NATUS MEDICAL INC................ 483.39 NEITZEL, MONTE........................ 215.90 NEW ENGLAND COMPOUNDING CENTER.......................................... 370.00 NEW LIFE FAMILY MEDICINE................................... 2,000.00 NEWTON OVERHEAD DOORS.... 55.00 NICHOLS CONTROLS & SUPPLY........................................... 189.24 NIKKEL & ASSOCIATES, INC.............................................. 64,752.23 NORTH AMERICAN SYSTEMS INT'L................................................ 271.53 NORTHEAST LABORATORY SERVICES....................................... 140.48 NORTHERN TOOL & EQUIPMENT.................................. 980.20 NOVA BIOMEDICAL................ 4,183.64 NUCARE PHARMACEUTICALS, INC................................................... 222.70 OEC MEDICAL SYSTEMS.......... 400.00 OFFICE MACHINES................ 43,371.12 OLYMPUS AMERICA INC.......... 175.00 OMNICARE OF NEBRASKA......... 72.27 OR SPECIFIC INC.......................... 422.21 O'REILLY AUTO PARTS............... 49.94 OWENS & MINOR INC........... 75,869.39 PAETEC............................................. 84.23 PAJUNK MEDICAL SYSTEMS... 593.15 PANACEA HEALTHCARE.......... 442.85 PAPER TIGER SHREDDING....... 848.30 PARRISH, MAGGIE................... 1,283.49 PATHOLOGY LABORATORY......................... 30,685.19 PATTERSON MEDICAL........... 1,730.65 PAUL A. HALVORSON, INC....... 871.10 PEARCE DANIELLE....................... 44.40 PEDRICK, PATRICIA..................... 45.00 PENDEGRAFT JERI........................ 36.08 PEPSI............................................... 936.84 PESI HEALTHCARE..................... 179.99 PETITGOUE, KAMI M.............. 2,553.76 PHARMACISTS LETTER............. 449.00 PHILIPS HEALTHCARE........... 7,097.80 PHOENIX TEXTILE CORPORATION.......................... 5,668.06 PHYSICIAN MANAGEMENT SERVICES................................. 12,000.00 PHYSICIANS SALES & SERVICE......................................... 726.09 PHYSIO-CONTROL, INC............. 414.84 PIGOTT, INC.................................. 569.05 PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL....... 1,326.00 POKORNY BP & AUTOMOTIVE............................... 237.88 POSTAGE BY PHONE............... 3,000.00 PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC................................................ 8,619.28 PRESS GANEY ASSOCIATES, INC................................................ 4,264.87 PRIORITY PHARMACEUTICALS, INC................................................ 1,769.25 PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL MGMT.......................................... 2,085.00 PURDUM, CALISTA....................... 34.50 PYRAMID HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS................................ 1,650.00 QUEST MEDICAL, INC................ 841.90 QUEST SOFTWARE, INC......... 1,950.00 RCL PRODUCTION CO............. 1,236.00 REASLAND TABITHA................. 492.81 REEVES MD, STEVEN D.......... 1,410.50

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SIMPLEX 758.14 Creston NewsGRINNELL................... Advertiser MILLER, TRAVIS.......................... 119.89 SKARDA, WESLEY........................ 10.00 MINDRAY DS USA, INC........... 7,217.47 September 25, 2013 Wednesday, SKELLENGER, ANDREA............ 222.00 MITCHELL, SHARI....................... 210.56 SMITH & NEPHEW, INC.......... 1,635.95 MOHELA..................................... 7,567.00 SMITH PROMOTIONAL ADV, MOUNT AYR RECORD NEWS... 697.51 INC................................................ 1,719.82 MR. CLEAN CARPET CARE....... 320.00 SNODGRASS LOU ANN.............. 197.03 MSI PRECISION SPECIALTY..... 213.30 SOURCEONE HEALTHCARE.. 3,526.98 MVAP MEDICAL SUPPLIES, SOUTHERN IOWA VENDING.... 781.10 INC................................................... 373.41 SOUTHERN PRAIRIE MY SISTERS PLACE...................... 74.90 YMCA......................................... 10,746.42 NANO TECH SOLUTIONS....... 2,754.00 SPECIALTY Suiter, 24:03; 53. Itzayanna Rubio, 1. Winterset 43, 2. Glenwood MEDICAL NAPA............................................... 160.14 25:29. 92, 3. Creston 94, 4. Shenandoah/ SYSTEMS.................................... 1,295.81 NATIONAL ELEVATOR ILLUSTRATED................ TEAM SCORES76.72 Essex 103, 5. Atlantic 106, 6. SPORTS BOYS INSPECTION.................................. 290.00 SQUIRES DENISE........................... 79.92 1. Council Bluffs Thomas Kuemper Catholic 159, 7. Council NATIONAL PHARMACEUTICAL PAUL RADIOLOGY, PA..... 2,486.12 Jefferson 45, 2. Creston 50, 3. Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 177, 8. ST RETURN.......................................... 243.35 FORD............................... 76.00 Shenandoah 64, 4. Kuemper Red Oak 189, 9. INC................ Clarinda 193, 10. STIVERS NATUS MEDICAL 483.39 STRECK LABORATORIES.......... 909.93 Catholic 106, 5. Winterset 122, 6. Clarke 279. NEITZEL, MONTE........................ 215.90 STRINGHAM DONNA.................... 10.00 Red OakENDOSCOPY.......... 152, 7. Atlantic 184, 8. INDIVIDUAL RESULTS NEW ENGLAND COMPOUNDING STRYKER 7,710.91 CENTER.......................................... 370.00 Clarke 226, 9. Clarinda 244.5,464.14 Leaders — 1. Dominique STRYKER INSTRUMENTS...... NEW LIFE FAMILY ORTHOPAEDICS.. 56,419.00 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Fleming, Winterset, 16:34; 2. STRYKER MEDICINE................................... 2,000.00 STRYKER SALES— Leaders 1. Cooper Layken Gurwell, Winterset, NEWTON OVERHEAD DOORS.... 55.00 CORPORATION............................... 18.00 McDermott, Creston, 16:52; 2. 16:41; CONTROLS 3. Brittany NICHOLS & Sawyers, SUN NUCLEAR Eldon Warner, CBTJ, 17:16; 3. Winterset, 16:43; 4. Tiffany SUPPLY........................................... 189.24 CORPORATION........................ 54,279.59 Brian Collinson, Williams, Atlantic, 16:52; 5. Maria SUPERTEL NIKKEL & ASSOCIATES, INN & CBTJ, 17:51; 4. INC.............................................. Josh Sunberg, Red Oak, 17:52; Mostek, Creston, 17:01; 6.64,752.23 Sindey CONFERENCE............................... 311.79 NORTH AMERICAN SYSTEMS ADVANTAGE........... 575.58 5. Jay Wolfe, Creston, 18:02; 6. Kaufman, Winterset, 17:05; 7. SURGICAL INT'L................................................ 271.53 781.94 Ben Irr, Creston, 18:03; 7. Parker Sarah Cabeen, Clarinda, 17:16; 8. SWCC.............................................. NORTHEAST LABORATORY Raes, CBTJ, 18:03; 8. Brad58,718.61 Young, Lizzy Young, Glenwood, 17:19; 9. SYNTHES.................................. SERVICES....................................... 140.48 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF Shenandoah, 18:12; 9. Joe Blake, Megan Hart, Shenandoah/Essex, NORTHERN TOOL & IOWA.......................................... 66,503.91 Shenandoah, 18:14; 10. Ian 17:28; 10. Cassie Warner, CBTJ, EQUIPMENT.................................. 980.20 TERRY TAYLOR DBA.............. 1,657.50 NOVA Showers, 18:16. 17:42.BIOMEDICAL................ 4,183.64 THE BAKERClarke, COMPANY............. 449.02 NUCARE PHARMACEUTICALS, — 1. Cooper Creston — 5. Maria Mostek, THECreston GIFT CONNECTION......... 6,306.57 INC................................................... 222.70 NEIGHBORHOOD McDermott, 16:52; 5. Jay Wolfe, 17:01; 11. Taylor Briley, 17:49; 22. THE OEC MEDICAL SYSTEMS.......... 400.00 NETWORK...................................... 109.73 18:02; 6. Ben Irr, 18:03; 11. Garret Maddie Skarda, 18:41; 24. Jessica OFFICE MACHINES................ 43,371.12 THE RHINO GROUP INC.......... 5,757.89 Taylor, 18:18; 27. Isaiah Foster, Beatty, 18:48; 32. Madison OLYMPUS AMERICA INC..........Hance, 175.00 THE SWEET SIDE......................... 255.71 19:32; 40. Kruz Adamson, 20:01; 19:08; 34. Jenna Hayes, 19:12;72.27 37. THELEN OMNICARE OF NEBRASKA......... SARAH........................... 632.71 46. Zack Peppmeier, 20:21. 443.15 Raegen Smith, 19:19. OR SPECIFIC INC.......................... 422.21 THOMPSON, JENIFER................. O'REILLY AUTO 49.94 THORNTON, Creston JV — 2. Brant Hudson, Creston JVPARTS............... — 2. Rachel KRISTIN.............. 1,009.94 OWENS & MINOR INC........... 75,869.39 TIGER INC................. 11,069.90 20:09;DIRECT 8. Kaleb Cook, 20:33; 10. Shepherd, 19:21; 3. Savannah PAETEC............................................. 84.23 TOSHIBA AMERICA MED12. SYS. Isaac Wignall, 20:52; Michael Hartman, 19:50; 4. Micah PAJUNK MEDICAL SYSTEMS... 593.15 INC.............................................. 58,774.74 Walsh, 20:54; 22. Evan Nielsen, McCutchan, 19:53; 6. Angela PANACEA HEALTHCARE.......... 442.85 TOSHIBA AMERICA MEDICAL 21:45; 29. Jacob Geary, 9,225.00 22:12; Drey, TIGER 20:08; SHREDDING....... 8. Caitlin McIlravy, PAPER 848.30 CREDIT........................................ 40. Nick Walsh, 22:45; 48. Patrick 20:09; 10. Cora Green, 20:21; 14. PARRISH, MAGGIE................... 1,283.49 TRANSFIRST HEALTH SVCS...... 52.68 PATHOLOGY Normandeau, 53. Kyle Amber Castillo, 20:40; 15. Ann TREGARON GOLF 23:02; COURSE.. . 1,171.55 LABORATORY......................... 30,685.19 Jennett, 23:20; 63. Jeremy 898.64 Stoll, Waigand, 20:44; 19. Abbie Cook, TRI ANIM HEALTH SERVICE.... PATTERSON 1,730.65 TRI STATE 24:32; 68. DISTRIBUTION, Daniel Scott, 25:16; 93. 20:57; 26. MEDICAL........... Madison Callahan, PAUL HALVORSON, INC....... 871.10 166.45 Elijah Johnson, 30:51. 21:39;A.33. Leah Schuler, 22:28; 40. INC................................................... PEARCE DANIELLE....................... 44.40 TRILLIANT SURGICAL LTD... 2,894.00 Jessica Drey, 23:13; 44. Sydney PEDRICK, PATRICIA..................... 45.00 TRINITY HEALTH SYSTEM.... 3,900.00 PENDEGRAFT JERI........................ 36.08 TRINITY UNIFORMS, INC.......... 510.24 PEPSI............................................... 936.84 TROMBLEE, DR. JOSHWA L........ 46.62 PESI HEALTHCARE..................... 179.99 TRUE VALUE HARDWARE AND PETITGOUE, KAMI M.............. 2,553.76 RENTAL.......................................... 344.58 PHARMACISTS LETTER............. 449.00 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF PHILIPS HEALTHCARE........... 7,097.80 EDUCATION............................... 2,700.00 PHOENIX TEXTILE UNION COUNTY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.......................... 5,668.06 ASSOC.......................................... 1,666.66 PHYSICIAN MANAGEMENT UNION SECURITY INSURANCE SERVICES................................. 12,000.00 CO................................................. 5,479.72 PHYSICIANS SALES & UNITED PARCEL SERVICE.... 2,172.34 SERVICE......................................... 726.09 UNITED STATES CELLULAR. 1,026.73 PHYSIO-CONTROL, INC............. 414.84 UNITED STATES PIGOTT, INC.................................. 569.05 POSTMASTER............................... “We’re Your 106.00 PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL....... 1,326.00 UNITY POINT AT HOME......... 8,124.99 Hometown Cleaners” POKORNY BP & UNIVERSITY OF IOWA............ 5,544.89 AUTOMOTIVE............................... 237.88 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI POSTAGE BY PHONE............... 3,000.00 TISSUE......................................... 2,359.88 PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION UP TO DATE.................................. 449.00 INC................................................ 8,619.28 US BANK EQUIPMENT PRESS GANEY ASSOCIATES, FINANCE................................... 92,348.57 INC................................................ 4,264.87 US DRUG TESTING LABS, INC . 447.00 Hours: Monday thru Friday • 6:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. PRIORITY PHARMACEUTICALS, USF HEALTHCARE INC................................................ 1,769.25 CONSULTING............................. 6,639.73 PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL VANN HEALTHCARE SERVICES, MGMT.......................................... 2,085.00 INC................................................... 306.00 PURDUM, CALISTA....................... 34.50 VARIAN MEDICAL SYSTEMS, PYRAMID HEALTHCARE INC.............................................. 55,225.40 SOLUTIONS................................ 1,650.00 VERNIE'S DRAPERY SHOP........ 980.00 QUEST MEDICAL, INC................ 841.90 VIDACARE CORPORATION...... 549.34 QUEST SOFTWARE, INC......... 1,950.00 VISA-CARD SERVICES.......... 15,018.57 RCL PRODUCTION CO............. 1,236.00 VITAL SIGNS INC......................... 108.30 REASLAND TABITHA................. 492.81 VOLGISTICS INC....................... 1,092.00 REEVES MD, STEVEN D.......... 1,410.50 WAHLTEK, INC......................... 2,033.72 REINERS, EMILY....................... 4,856.25 WALTER, PATTI........................... 190.80 RELAY FOR LIFE OF UNION WASTE MGT. OF CRESTON.. . 8,426.67 COUNTY........................................... 74.25 WESTERN IOWA REGIONAL.... 303.75 RELAYHEALTH INC.................... 139.32 WEX BANK.................................... 571.59 RESPIRONICS INC........................ 389.88 WHITSON, JACKIE......................... 91.02 RICE, ANNETTE............................ 109.20 WILKINSON LISA........................... 79.92 RICHARDSON, LARRY............... 580.75 WINDSTREAM.............................. 258.87 RK DIXON................................... 1,180.38 WOODMAN................................. 1,400.00 ROCK SOLID, INC..................... 1,348.49 Y4 - UNIVERSITY OF IOWA . 17,188.00 ROCKMOUNT RESEARCH & YOUNG, DR. MILICENT.............. 514.00 ALLOYS IN....................................... 49.26 ZADINA CHANDA........................ 131.84 ROSS CHEMICAL ZIEGLER INC............................ 17,875.92 SYSTEMS.................................. 19,592.83 ZIMMER, INC................................ 648.79 ROSS, LISA....................................... 40.00 .................................................4,748,640.73 ROWAN, LACY.......................... 3,200.00 RR DONNELLEY..................... 13,264.50 RYAN DIAGNOSTICS.................. 342.00 SALLIE MAE............................ 39,139.98 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT SALLIE MAE SERVICING....... 1,907.67 UNION COUNTY SCHLONER, NATALIE................ 764.24 IN THE MATTER OF SCHON, BRIAN............................. 193.62 THE ESTATE OF SCHROEDER PLUMBING &....... 500.00 Doris M. Hood, Deceased. SCOTT, BARBARA........................ 97.68 Probate No. ESPR015599 SECRETARY OF STATE................ 60.00 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, SEIM JOHNSON ,LLP................ 3,260.00 OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, SEITZ, CURTIS.............................. 821.30 AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS SEIU LOCAL 199........................ 7,846.76 To All Persons Interested in the Estate SENTRY DATA SYSTEMS, of Doris M Hood, Deceased, who died on INC.............................................. 37,094.75 or about September 7, 2013: SEVIER ROBIN L.......................... 388.02 You are hereby notified that on the 4th SHAMROCK SCIENTIFIC............. 68.00 day of September, 2013, the last will and SHARED MEDICAL SERVICES, testament of Doris M. Hood, deceased, INC.............................................. 11,940.00 bearing date of the 14th day of NovemSHIELDS, BECKY......................... 317.87 ber, 2000 was admitted to probate in the SHIVE HATTERY.................... 11,518.33 above named court and that Gail Keith SHRED-IT USA -DES Hood was appointed executor of the esMOINES....................................... 2,693.37 tate. Any action to set aside the will must SICKELS, JACK............................. 900.00 be brought in the district court of said SIEMENS HEALTHCARE county within the later to occur of four DIAGNOSTICS......................... 54,924.54 months from the date of the second publiSIMPLEX GRINNELL................... 758.14 cation of this notice or one month from the SKARDA, WESLEY........................ 10.00 date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of SKELLENGER, ANDREA............ 222.00 the decedent and devisees under the will SMITH & NEPHEW, INC.......... 1,635.95 whose identities are reasonably ascertainSMITH PROMOTIONAL ADV, able, or thereafter be forever barred. INC................................................ 1,719.82 Notice is further given that all persons SNODGRASS LOU ANN.............. 197.03 indebted to the estate are requested to SOURCEONE HEALTHCARE.. 3,526.98 make immediate payment to the underSOUTHERN IOWA VENDING.... 781.10 signed, and creditors having claims SOUTHERN PRAIRIE against the estate shall file them with the YMCA......................................... 10,746.42 clerk of the above named district court, as SPECIALTY MEDICAL provided by law, duly authenticated, for SYSTEMS.................................... 1,295.81 allowance, and unless so filed by the later SPORTS ILLUSTRATED................ 76.72 to occur of four months from the second SQUIRES DENISE........................... 79.92 publication of this notice or one month ST PAUL RADIOLOGY, PA..... 2,486.12 from the date of mailing of this notice (unSTIVERS FORD............................... 76.00 less otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is STRECK LABORATORIES.......... 909.93 thereafter forever barred. STRINGHAM DONNA.................... 10.00 Dated this 12th day of September, STRYKER ENDOSCOPY.......... 7,710.91 2013. STRYKER INSTRUMENTS...... 5,464.14 Gail Keith Hood STRYKER ORTHOPAEDICS.. 56,419.00 Executor of estate STRYKER SALES 701 W. Buchanan Street CORPORATION............................... 18.00 Winterset, IA 50273 SUN NUCLEAR Loretta L. Harvey, ICIS PIN No: 15204 CORPORATION........................ 54,279.59 Attorney for executor SUPERTEL INN & Mullin, Mullin and Harvey CONFERENCE............................... 311.79 109 W Montgomery St. P.O Box 85, SURGICAL ADVANTAGE........... 575.58 Creston, IA 50801 SWCC.............................................. 781.94 SYNTHES.................................. 58,718.61 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT IOWA.......................................... 66,503.91 UNION COUNTY TERRY TAYLOR DBA.............. 1,657.50 IN THE MATTER OF THE BAKER COMPANY............. 449.02 THE ESTATE OF THE GIFT CONNECTION......... 6,306.57 HOWARD LONG, Deceased. THE NEIGHBORHOOD Probate No. ESPR015597 NETWORK...................................... 109.73 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, THE RHINO GROUP INC.......... 5,757.89 THE SWEET SIDE......................... 255.71 OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS THELEN SARAH........................... 632.71 To All Persons Interested in the Estate THOMPSON, JENIFER................. 443.15 THORNTON, KRISTIN.............. 1,009.94 of HOWARD LONG, Deceased, who died TIGER DIRECT INC................. 11,069.90 on or about August 22, 2013: TOSHIBA AMERICA MED SYS. You are hereby notified that on the INC.............................................. 58,774.74 10th day of September, 2013, the last will and testament of HOWARD LONG, deTOSHIBA AMERICA MEDICAL CREDIT........................................ 9,225.00 ceased, bearing date of the 17th day of TRANSFIRST HEALTH SVCS...... 52.68 March, 1998 * FIRST CODICIL DATED TREGARON GOLF COURSE.. . 1,171.55 8-20-1998 was admitted to probate in the TRI ANIM HEALTH SERVICE.... 898.64 above named court and that PAMEL L. JONES was appointed executor of the esTRI STATE DISTRIBUTION, INC................................................... 166.45 tate. Any action to set aside the will must TRILLIANT SURGICAL LTD... 2,894.00 be brought in the district court of said TRINITY HEALTH SYSTEM.... 3,900.00 county within the later to occur of four TRINITY UNIFORMS, INC.......... 510.24 months from the date of the second publiTROMBLEE, DR. JOSHWA L........ 46.62 cation of this notice or one month from the TRUE VALUE HARDWARE AND date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of RENTAL.......................................... 344.58 the decedent and devisees under the will U.S. DEPARTMENT OF whose identities are reasonably ascertainEDUCATION............................... 2,700.00 able, or thereafter be forever barred. UNION COUNTY DEVELOPMENT Notice is further given that all persons ASSOC.......................................... 1,666.66 indebted to the estate are requested to UNION SECURITY INSURANCE make immediate payment to the underCO................................................. 5,479.72 signed, and creditors having claims UNITED PARCEL SERVICE.... 2,172.34 against the estate shall file them with the UNITED STATES CELLULAR. 1,026.73 clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for UNITED STATES POSTMASTER............................... 106.00 allowance, and unless so filed by the later UNITY POINT AT HOME......... 8,124.99 to occur of four months from the second UNIVERSITY OF IOWA............ 5,544.89 publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unUNIVERSITY OF MIAMI TISSUE......................................... 2,359.88 less otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is UP TO DATE.................................. 449.00 thereafter forever barred. US BANK EQUIPMENT Dated this 10th day of September, FINANCE................................... 92,348.57 2013. PAMELA L. JONES US DRUG TESTING LABS, INC . 447.00 Executor of estate USF HEALTHCARE CONSULTING............................. 6,639.73 1319 220TH ST., CRESTON, IA 50801 VANN HEALTHCARE SERVICES, INC................................................... 306.00 Clint Hight, ICIS PIN No: AT0003539 VARIAN MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INC.............................................. 55,225.40 Attorney for executor VERNIE'S DRAPERY SHOP........ 980.00 Clint Hight, P.C. VIDACARE CORPORATION...... 549.34 164 Public Square P.O Box 32, VISA-CARD SERVICES.......... 15,018.57 Greenfleld, IA 50849 VITAL SIGNS INC......................... 108.30 Date of second publication: VOLGISTICS INC....................... 1,092.00 Sept. 23rd, 2013

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

Sat. Sept. 28- 11:00AM Rural Creston, IA. Household, Collectibles, Tractors, Farm Machinery and Livestock Equipment Robert and Shirley Lininger. Auctioneers: Darwin West, Tom Frey, Todd Crill, Steve Bergren. Sun. Sept. 29- 11:30AM Afton, IA. Household, Collectibles, Furniture and tons of Fabric for Berniece Burchett Rusher and daughters, Margena Miller and Deb Tjelmeland. Auctioneers: Tom Frey, Darwin West, Todd Crill. Thur. Oct. 3- 5:00PM Creston, IA. Real Estate, Tools, Misc., Lawn Mower, Modern Furniture, Appliances and Household Goods for Katheryn G. Burghoffer conservatorship. Auctioneers: Tom Frey, Darwin West, Todd Crill. Sun. Oct. 6- 11:00AM Creston, IA. Household Items, Tools, Lawn Equipment for Irma Roberts. Auctioneers: Tom Frey, Darwin West, Todd Crill, Steve Bergren.

Requirements: HS Grad/GED • Valid Iowa Drivers License • Experienced in grounds maintenance • Experienced with care of animals • Must be available in case of an emergency • Hours vary-some nights and weekends

Full time Street department equipment Operator I Requirements: HS Grad/GED • Valid Iowa Drivers License • Class B CDL with airbrake endorsement • Experience operating heavy equipment is desirable

Job descriptions can be seen at www.crestoniowa.gov or www.iowajobs.org. Must pass a post offer drug screen and physical. applications are available in the City Clerk’s Office - 116 West adams or at Iowa Workforce development, 215 n. elm, Creston, Ia Positions open until filled.

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Part-Time Supported Employment Driver and Janitorial Supervisor Substitute

Innovative Industries has an opening for a part-time supported employment driver/ janitorial supervisor sub for approximately 12 hours every other weekend or could turn into every weekend. Applicants will be responsible for transporting individuals to and from work. Vehicle is provided. A janitorial supervisor sub is needed to work some nights supervising a cleaning crew of consumers when the supervisor is absent. Must pass a drug screen and physical. A chauffeur’s license and good driving record are required. Competitive wage offered.

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Community Partnerships for Protecting Children (CPPC) is looking for an individual to fill a position as CPPC Program Manager and coordinate the CPPC initiative in Adair, Adams, Union, Clarke, Decatur, Lucas, Ringgold, & Wayne Counties. The Program Manager will be responsible for promoting the four core strategies of CPPC with the goal of reducing the incidence of child abuse and safely re-unifying children with their families. • Part time position based in Creston (approximately 25 hours/week) • A high school diploma or GED or some college is required • Work experience in the human services or related field preferred • Starting salary range is $17,000 - $19,000 based on education and experience • Background check required For full job description and to apply go to www.cijdc.com Equal Opportunity Employer.

Deadline to submit resume is October 11, 2013

part-time animal Control Officer/Cemetery Worker

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QUALITY CONTROL AUDITOR NEEDED Osceola Foods is seeking a Quality Control Auditor for our second shift. Successful applicants must have excellent communication skills, and have good math skills. Successful completion of a math examination is required. Prior experience is not required. Successful candidates will work in our modern facility located in Osceola, Iowa and enjoy competitive wages. Osceola Food’s comprehensive benefit package includes medical, prescription drug, dental and vision plans. Additional benefits include 401K with company matching and quarterly Pay For Performance Bonuses. Please stop by your nearest Workforce Development Center to fill out an application. Applications can also be picked up at Osceola Foods and mailed back to Brent Banwart, 1027 Warren Ave. Osceola, IA. 50213. Applications will be accepted from September 23 thru September 30, 2013 Osceola Foods, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Apply at Innovative Industries 215 N. Walnut Creston, Iowa EOE

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FERRARA CANDY COMPANY - Creston, Iowa Responsible for ensuring that goods are shipped in the most timely and efficient manner according to documented processes, including planning the transportation route and payload, selecting the mode of transportation, tendering the order for transportation, and tracking the shipment from pick up through delivery all the while targeting cost reduction, freight savings, service and contractual requirements. Minimum of two years logistics experience plus strong computer skills. Minimum of one year SAP experience required. BA/BS in related field or equivalent education/experience. Problem solving skills with the ability to seek alternative solutions for dilemmas and problems. Competitive salary and benefit package. Application accepted online only:

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CMC-Dalton Ag Products, manufacturer of fertilizer application equipment, is accepting applications for a Maintenance Technician and a Shipping/Receiving Clerk. Maintenance applicants must have previous experience working in industrial maintenance, basic welding, forklift maintenance, light automotive, and ability to multi-task efficiently. Shipping/Receiving applicants must have a HS Diploma/GED. Previous experience in agricultural parts a plus. This position is responsible for efficiently and accurately receiving, processing and shipping all parts for the company, and handling UPS and truck freight daily.

If you are interested in joining a company with proven stability and growth as well as great benefits which include uniforms, insurance, retirement and overtime, apply now at

602 E. Van Buren, Lenox, IA from 7:00am – 4pm or call 641-333-4518 for more information. Pre-emPloyment drug screen and Physical required.

NSK is a world-class producer of ball and roller bearings. NSK is one of the leaders in the bearing industry because of its commitment to engineering research, dedication to modern manufacturing processes and an obsession with quality. Our facility located in Clarinda, Iowa is looking to fill the following openings: Maintenance Technician: This position is responsible for troubleshooting, maintaining and repair of the mechanical and electrical systems of production equipment including grinders, assembly machines, pumps, electric and hydraulic motors, electrical wiring. This position requires a 2 year electrical/mechanical degree and at least 2 years of experience or equivalent. This position will be either a 2nd or 3rd shift assignment. Engineer: This position is responsible for process engineering functions support our grind applications. To be successful in role you will need to learn process of machine functions, operations and change overs and be able to develop and implement minor machine and process improvements. This position requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and 1 year of position-related experience. Machine Operators: We are also accepting applications for machine operator positions. These positions require a high school diploma or GED, 1 year previous manufacturing experience and the ability to lift at least 40 lbs.

NSK offers a competitive wage and a generous benefit package. Successful completion of a pre-employment physical and drug screen is required to join our team. If interested in any of the above positions please apply in person or send your resume to: NSK, 1100 N 1st Street, Clarinda, Iowa 51632. Fax – 712-542-4896 or email: maschil@nsk-corp.com NSK is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Creston News Advertiser Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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3rd Annual Holiday Jubilee Friday, Sept. 27 • 4 - 7PM Saturday, Sept 28 • 9AM - 3PM Special Features This Year

~ Junk on a stick #1 collectible 2013 ~ ~ Painted Furniture - many pieces ~ ~ Antique Furniture/Glassware/Primitives ~ Fun & Funky ~ Handmade Jewelry ~ ne Many o d Things ~ Halloween & Christmas decor ~ for Sale of a kin ~ Much, much more ~

Rex and Lois Daub, 641-782-7283 1830 Jaguar Ave. • Creston, IA windyacres07@gmail.com Windy Acres Antiques to see pictures

Quilts and Other Notions Creative Center 209 W. Montgomery - Creston, IA Halloween-Fall & Hand-crafted Items Primitives & Antiques, etc. “Park your broom here for fun decorating ideas!”

We will train people with a solid work history! For further information contact Human Resources at (641) 333-4700 or come to the plant (1009 S. Brooks St.) to apply Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Welders must be experienced and able to read blue prints, MIG welding experience with stainless steel preferred. Good work history and previous manufacturing experience a plus. We offer competitive wages, benefits, referral bonuses, and overtime.

To fill out an application stop by

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Public Auction

Sunday, September 29, 2013 • 11:30 a.m. Located 4H Building Union Co. Fairgrounds, Afton, IA

(Due to the large volume of items to sell and lack of room at the residence this auction has been moved from Creston to the 4H building in Afton) FABrIC, YArn, MAterIAL And reLAted IteMS: all kinds of items to make crafts including yarn, denim, and other fabric; many craft and pattern books; hot pads; new tea towels; dish and wash cloths; doilies; sweatshirts and t-shirts (new in many sizes); reams of paper and office items; xmas trees and decorations; new bolts of macrame and other; area and throw rugs; lots of clothes hangers; blankets; bedspreads; deco pillows; wooden thread spools, various sizes; and much more of everything. PAtIo And oUtSIde IteMS: Glass top patio table with umbrella and chairs; metal or iron love seat, chair and end table; 2 Adirondack red cedar patio chairs with cushions; ornamental lawn deer and fawn. AntIqUeS & CoLLeCtIBLeS: various straight back chairs, Victorian style; solid wood dresser with dovetail drawers; 2 solid oak teachers desks; drop leaf desk; 4 shelf bookcase with glass front doors; 1, 2, 5 & 6 gal. Crocks; crock bowls; apple peeler; salt and pepper collections; folding rocker; oval shadow box; farm equipment operating manuals; Avon; silver tea service; brass items; misc. figurines; glass engraved pedestal Coke holder; foot locker/trunk; 2 old mantle clocks; Western Clipper childs sled; blue canning jars; childs metal ironing board; metal toy barn; toy pool table; metal cars and tractors; Cabbage Patch doll; cedar chest; National Geographic magazines; and more. Modern FUrnItUre And HoUSeHoLd goodS: metal and wooden book and magazine racks; several wood chests of drawers; metal shelf with 2 glass shelves; small wooden dropleaf kitchen table; several wood plant stands; glider and other rockers; (2) 2 drawer metal file cabinets; small touch tiffany type table lamp; wood hall tree; Oreck XL canister vac. cleaner; metal clothes and shoe rack; picnic baskets; humidifier; various wall pics; 4’x6’ wildlife tapestry; various stools; walnut Duncan Phyfe dropleaf dining room table and 4 chairs; 2 older office chairs; walnut Yamaha player organ and bench; assorted lawn chairs; 19” and 12” color TVs with remotes; full size bed complete with headboard; glass front stereo cabinet; Kenmore sewing machine with button hole maker, cabinet with chair; stationary bicycle; Casio keyboard; Serger sewing machine; nice wooden home office desk; Epson Stylus color printer #880 with new black ink cartridge; Samsung color 19” computer monitor; computer tower; Logitech mouse and keyboard with mouse; misc. small appliances and kitchen items; wheat pattern glasses; candle holders and candle sticks; various floral arrangements; childrens and other books; vases; snack sets; serving baskets; portable clothes line and dryer; cookbooks; Husqvarna/Viking computerized embroidery sewing machine with video and attachments. gUn CABInet, gUnS: Walnut 8 place gun cabinet with glass doors; Winchester #912 20 ga shotgun, nickel barreled; Marlin 22 LR semi auto; Stevens 22 cal. Bolt action rifle model #66 (needs some work) terMS: cash or good check with photo ID if unknown by the auction team. Lunch on grounds by Sara Dukes and restroom available. AUCtIoneer note: A lot of the items were boxed and in the basement. There is a massive amount of fabric and yarn with 2 full enclosed trailers and more on the block. A lot I have not seen, so come expecting surprises.

Berniece Burchett Rusher & daughters Margena Miller and Deb Tjelmeland, Sellers

615-830-7615 Margena or 515-290-7404 deb for info. West & Frey Auctioneers, Creston, Iowa and Creston Livestock Auction Services Darwin West 641-344-1958; Tom Frey 641-344-5082; Todd Crill 712-621-1453 Sale Clerks June West & Leisa Frey. Ringman Vern Blazek

Creston, IA 50801

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2nd Shift Lead

person to join our frozen warehouse team. Candidates would ideally have previous forklift experience, as well as excellent problem solving skills, high level of self-motivation, and demonstrated leadership skills. Some warehouse experience would be a plus. To apply for this exciting opportunity, please contact Human Resources at Michael Foods at (641)333-4700 or come by the plant and fill out application. Michael Foods Egg Products Company Attn: Human Resources 1009 South Brooks Lenox, IA 50851 Fax: 641-333-4700 EEO/AAP

PRODUCTION TEAM MEMBER SMOKEHOUSE Osceola Food, LLC., a wholly owned subsidiary of a Fortune 500 Company is seeking smokehouse technicians for our second and third shifts. Successful applicants must have excellent communication skills, and have good math skills. This position requires successful completion of a math competency exam. Successful candidates will work in our modern food processing facility located in Osceola, Iowa, and enjoy competitive wages along with a comprehensive benefit package that includes medical, prescription drug, dental and vision plans. Additional benefits include 401k with company matching and quarterly Pay for Performance bonuses. Starting pay will be $12.80 per hour with $.25 increases every 3 months for the first 18 months. Night differential pay of $.30 per hour will be paid to those working in second and third shift positions. There will also be a $1 increase when technician qualifications are met. Please stop by your nearest Workforce Development Center to fill out an application. Applications can also be picked up at Osceola Foods and mailed back to Brent Banwart, 1027 Warren Ave. Osceola, IA. 50213

Osceola Foods, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Pre-employment drug screen and physical required.

Announcing e recent plant wid pay rate increases!

Household, Collectibles, Furniture & Tons of Fabric

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Assemblers, Fabricators and Welders.

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Fabricators need to be able to read a tape measure, experience with blueprints, able to lift a minimum of 75 lbs, and previous experience with an iron worker or as a saw operator preferred.

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

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

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

Computer Repair VINE STREET ComPUTER SoLUTIoNS. 1205 North Vine Street, 641-780-5760 12 years experience. Reasonable & Quality PC repair and tutoring.

Consignment Store Too GooD To bE ThREw. 114 N. maple, Creston, IA Mens, Womens, Childrens Clothing & Home Decor. Tue.-Fri. 10AM-6PM, Sat. 9AM-2PM 515-473-1126

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Siding & Windows GAULE EXTERIoRS Steel and vinyl siding, replacement windows and seamless guttering. Quality craftsmanship, over a decade of professional service in Southwest Iowa. 641-782-0905. wESTmAN wINDowS. Replacement windows tilt for easy cleaning and rebates bays, bows, sliders, etc. Any custom size and shape, 30+ years in Creston. I sell, service and install, for no-pressure estimate call Charlie westman 641-782-4590 or 641-344-5523. bowmAN SIDING & wINDowS. All major brands of vinyl and steel siding, Heartland, Traco and Revere thermal replacement windows. Recipient of the Revere Premium Renovator Award. Seamless guttering and Leaf Relief gutter covers. 33 years of continuous reliable service in Southwest Iowa, free estimates, 641-322-5160 or 1-800-245-0337.

QUALITY GLASS Co. Automotive, home, business and farm. Storage Commercial lock service and trailer sales. hwy 34 East, in ShARP’S SELF-SToRAGE Boats, Creston 641-782-5155 records, inventory, furniture. You store it, lock it, take the key. Industrial Park, Creston, Plumber 641-782-6227. SChRoEDER PLUmbING and ELECTRICAL. Central air repair/ Tree Service new installations, new breaker mINERS TREE SERVICE. Tree boxes, lighting fixtures, softeners, Stump water heaters. Specialize in Removal, Trimming, manufactured and mobile homes. Grinding, fully insured. Free Justin miner, Free estimates, licensed, insured, estimates. 641-202-1048. Accept Visa & 712-621-4847. Mastercard.

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Public Auction

Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013 • 11 AM Located from Creston, IA (Casey’s West on Hwy 34) 91/2 miles south on the High and Dry Road (P-27) to 270th St., ½ mile west on 270th (south side of road) FuRnITuRE & HouSEHoLD GooDS (SELLS FIRST): La-Z-Boy brown recliner; bathroom vanity with storage and sink; blonde headboard for bed; Roper 110V window air conditioner; 2 working ceiling fans; Eureka Bravo II triple filter upright vac.; Sanyo 32” table model color TV; microwave stand (2 door with shelves); GE microwave; small walnut table; Maytag gas cookstove 30” w/electronic sealed burners super cap+; Maytag refrigerator/freezer 21.3 CF white in color; 2 hole stainless steel sink; set of dishes; drapes; (2) hollow wood doors; 2 other painted wood doors with hardware; baby bed complete; 2 door metal file cabinet; 4 closest doors with hardware; fabric; picture frames; sev. 14X20 furnance filters; furnace motor; clear fruit jars; elec oil filled heater; lg. Presto alum. Pressure canner; folding quilt frames and stand; new Marathon elec. Water heater in box; new Wayne sump pump in box and more items too numerous to list. TooLS AnD MISC. LoWboy ITEMS: barbed and woven wire stretchers; misc. hand tools; tarp straps; bolts, nuts, and screws; small and large fence staples; sev. Elec motors; 6’ wood stepladder; rubber tired wheel barrow; some new hyd. and motor oil; wood levels; funnels; hand saws; Forney welder; oil cans; V belts; like new lariat rope; elec. Cattle prod; droplight; pair of small jack stands; sev. gal. of new Durex antifreeze; sledge; post jabbers; pointed shovel; pitchforks; 2 handyman jacks; pair of car ramps; few 3/14 plow shares; (2) new 14” tire tubes; P/215/70 R15 mud tires; pair of 11L-15 impl. tires; pair 670/15 lowboy tires; other misc. tires; part roll cable; part roll 6” black pipe; calf pullers; walk behind fert. spreader; 1 gal. Hand sprayer; 1 gal. IH red enamel tractor and impl. paint; pair sawhorses; good 8x18’ 4 wheel lowboy. AnTIquES & CoLLECTIbLES AnD FARM PRIMITIvES: few Chevy and other old hubcaps; 2 pump jacks; harpoon and other old hay forks; walk behind potato plow; hand corn sheller; well pump; 2 old atlas in the rough; 5 & 10 gal. cream cans; Bucksaw; 2 old scythes; 2 childs sleds; 2 wire egg baskets; egg wash pail; metal chamber pot; enamel and alum. Pans; 2 old stove pipe covers; WWII army blanket; 2 boxes green fruit jars; John Ford paintings; pair of 50s roller skates; oak colonnade with lead glass front (some damage to glass); games and puzzles; cob fork; 2 galv. Calf pails and more. LAWn MoWERS, LP TAnk: JD SX85 w/30” deck; Poulan Pro LT w/42” deck, 18.5HP; 500 gal LP tank to be moved. PAnELS, GATES. PoSTS, WIRE: (10) 16’ wire cattle panels; (6) 16’ wire comb panels; (14) Stonghold 12’ cattle corral panels; 4’ walk thru gate; 8, 12, & 14 pipe gates; (50) M/L steel posts; few wood corner and line posts; elec. fence wire; 2 rolls; 47” woven wire; 4 rolls 36” woven wire; 2 rolls 32” woven wire; fence braces; 2 large bale rings; (2) 16’ wood feed bunks; 2 oblong galv. Stock tanks; sev. Bundles of new green asphalt shingles; pile of misc. dimension lumber and more. buILDInG To bE MovED: 24x42 open front shed (tin sides and roof) good, to be moved or torn down. FARMALL TRACToR AnD FARM MACHInERy: ‘75 Farmall IH 666 gas tractor with Hiniker cab, 15/5/38 like new Firestone rear rubber, like new Firestone front tires, 3PT., WF, 10,500 hrs, new sleeves & pistons 7 yrs ago by Charlie Taylor, has frt. Wt. bracket and rear wts. You’ll drive a long way to find one cleaner than this one. 6 front wts to sell separately; Squealer by Bush Hog 3PT rotary mower (15-20 acres use; 3Pt bale mover; Kewanee 40’ PTO elevator; 2 metal flare box wagons with hoists; wood flare box wagon with IH endgate seeder; pr of 15-538 tractor chains; pull type slip scraper; good 4 section JD harrow on Noble cart; JD ground driven spreader; IH 3-14 3 pt. Steerable plow; JD 11’ wheel disc; 6’ snap coupler blade; old hammermill minus 1 pulley; (2) 300 gal fuel barrels on stands; AC snap coupler 4 row cult. nEIGHboR GAyLE SAMMonS WILL SELL THE FoLLoWInG ITEMS, 641-3443804: ‘94 Ford 700 truck with Cummins diesel engine, 6 speed, with 11’ steel flatbed, 100,000 miles; NH #355 21/2 ton feed grinder with hopper ext. & scales; Feterl 10”x60’ PTO auger with swing hopper; JD #350 40’ PTO elevator (wide); Cox portable calf creep with gates; IH tractor front suitcase wts; Dayton table saw; Kinze and JD planter parts; tires and rims; alum. Pickup slide in tool box; Fifth wheel pickup airgate (Dodge pickup); electric 2 & 3 HP motors (all working); iron stove for fireplace; oak dresser (Veneer) 45”x24” with mirror; night stand; lamps; metal desk; misc. household items. TERMS: cash or good check with photo ID if unknown by the auction team. Lunch on grounds by Sara Dukes and portable restroom available.

Robert & Shirley Lininger, sellers 641-782-4893 for info. West & Frey Auctioneers, Creston, Iowa and Creston Livestock Auction Services Darwin West 641-344-1958; Tom Frey 641-344-5082; Todd Crill 712-621-1453; Steve Bergren 712-789-0847; Brandon Frey 641-782-0633 Sale Clerks: June West & Leisa Frey. The late Doris Hood will be watching at her neighbors sale. Ringman Vern Blazek


16A Southern Prairie YMCA Balloon Chase 5K Results Creston News Advertiser Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Place Name 1. Waddingham, Jake 2. Powell, Luke 3. Irr, Benjamin 4. Foster, Isaiah 5. Newton, Garrett 6. Carter, Jared 7. Peppmeier, Zach 8. Drake, Will 9. Wignall, Issac 10. Heaton, Burton 11. Schaefer, Katie 12. Mostek, Maria 13. Carroll, Gabe 14. Vicker, Scott 15. Schultz, Julie 16. Ralston, William 17. McCollough, Angie 18. Hayes, Jenna 19. Adamson, Samantha 20. Ytzen, John 21. Castillo, Daniellle 22. Freeman, Lee 23. Hudson, Brant 24. Adamson, Bryan 25. Patino, Daniel 26. Powers, Monica 27. Jones, Bruce 28. Adamson, Dan 29. Linch, Dylan 30. Wignall, Rose 31. Hoffman, Eleazor 32. Wignall, Rachel 33. Skarda, Madison 34. Thorne, Mike 35. Gittins, Ally 36. Gates, Alizabeth 37. Pantini, Wayne 38. Wood, Michael 39. Coen, Scott 40. Shay, Cody 41. Miller, Dana 42. Geary, Jacob 43. Ralston, Kathy 44. Scott, Daniel 45. Pearson, Bryan 46 . Newton, Trent 47. Castillo, Amber 48. Hemstrom, Ann 49. Skarda, Allivea 50. Pearson, Curt 51. Castillo, Margo 52. Osmun, Duane 53. Williamson, Sara 54. Hayes, Mark 55. Richardson, Malissa 56. Harper, Jeff 57. Weis, Albert 58. Pearson, Megan 59. Staver, Melanie 60. Wilson, Stormy 61. Wilson, Kyle 62. Bishop, Dylan 63. Gates, Antonia 64. Gates, Andrea 65. Kunert, Bill 66. Carroll, Linda 67. Weinheimer, Susan 68. Coen, Kim 69. Lamb, Heidi 70. Lamb, Jessica 71. Pantini, Sydney 72. Frakes, Jennifer 73. Baker, Kim 74. Marlin, Angie 75. Weinberg, Anne 76. Jones, Judy 77. Wilson, Kellee 78. Johnston, Kim 79. Zellweger, Faith 80. Hurt, Tracy 81. Weis, Cheyanne 82. Heaton, Beccie 83. Hartman, Wade 84. Bills, Holly 85. Abramowitz, Grant

Time 18:16 18:49 18:59 20:24 20:32 20:56 21:30 21:38 21:44 21:47 21:48 22:08 22:44 22:50 22:54 23:11 23:21 23:28 23:37 23:40 23:48 23:58 24:35 24:51 24:55 25:09 25:09 25:12 25:19 25:48 25:48 26:28 26:33 26:33 26:34 26:49 26:56 26:58 27:21 27:42 27:31 27:48 27:58 28:03 28:06 28:09 28:10 28:14 28:15 28:27 28:39 28:41 28:49 28:50 28:50 28:51 28:53 29:01 29:21 29:29 29:29 29:45 29:55 29:55 30:12 30:17 30:28 30:32 30:34 30:35 30:43 31:08 31:30 31:38 31:41 31:59 32:16 32:48 33:19 33:19 33:34 33:43 33:46 34:22 35:35

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Bill Kunert of Creston approaches the finish line during the Southern Prairie YMCA 5K race/fun walk held Saturday morning at McKinley Park. More than 100 runners participated in the event. See results, left.

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Alfred Abramowitz, left, and Evan Abramowitz near the finish line Saturday morning during the Southern Prairie YMCA 5K race/fun walk. Place Name 86. Abramowitz, Alfred 87. Abramowitz, Evan 88. Hefty, Gary 89. Dake, Courtney 90. Trost, Miranda 91. Ross, Tiffany 92. Willis, Jamie 93. Snell, Melissa 94. Morris, Stephanie 95. Bolinger, Brooklyn 96. Tanner, Amy 97. Wallace, Richard 98. Culver, Randall 99. McNichols, Gary 100. McNichols, Tanya 101. Heimke, Tricia 102. Hahesy, Faith 103. Jensen, Jamie 104. Pryor, Tammy

Time 35:40 35:40 36:17 36:35 36:51 36:53 37:21 38:11 38:17 38:17 38:33 39:01 39:46 42:57 42:58 43:18 43:34 45:13 45:13

Time 45:16 46:08 46:47 47:12 47:12 47:40 48:14 51:56 51:59 52:14 52:47 53:10 53:11 54:06 55:22 55:23 57:33 58:13

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Place Name 105. Kelley, Pam 106. Franks, Gabe 107. Hanson, Emma 108. Forkner, Heather 109. Strachan, Darlene 110. Hanson, Tara 111. Miller, Janice 112. Osmun, Wilma 113. Przybelski, Dick 114. Bradley, Kurtis 115. Witt, Nikki 116. Pryor, Galen 117. Rodda, Christine 118. Mullin, Lori 119. Kelley, Brian 120. Clear, Gary 121. Clear, Hannah 122. Hall, Kathy

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