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Monday, December 23, 2013
Weekend storm dumps 6 inches on Newton, results in several accidents
OBITUARIES Shirley Benedict, 82 Ruth L. Cleverley, 83 Mary J. De Young, 84
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Zach Johnson/Daily News Bob O’Brien, owner of Dairy Queen in Newton, plows the sidewalks and driveways after the first significant snowfall of the season. Newton saw 6 inches of snowfall starting late Saturday into early Sunday.
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The Jasper County Sheriff ’s Office issued a notice to area residents alerting them to call the non-emergency number, (641) 7925912, in the situation of a single car incident in which no injuries or damage occurred. A representative at the Jasper County Law Center reported STORM See Page 12A
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While “’ Tis the season to be giving,” the United Way of Jasper County’s has been having a difficult time garnering donations for this year’s annual fundraising campaign. “We are actually at 55.2 percent of our goal ($363,000), and you can see where we are lower from the last few years in comparison,” UWJC Executive Director Travis Padget said. Last December, the United Way was at 69.3 percent of its goal, and the year before, it was at 73.8 percent. Some factors that have played a role in this year’s campaign being so sluggish include less educational, public service and large business donations. Padget believes the economic downturn locally also has played a factor as well as raising the goal each of the last two years. “One of the big things is we changed our goal,” Padget said. “We raised it to $363,000, but we really need $450,000 to really match the need of the organizations in Jasper County. Organizations are not getting funded at 100 percent because we are not getting enough money.” Unlike most nonprofits, the United Way doesn’t just support itself. It currently provides funding to 26 different nonprofits in Jasper County. Padget said he has received applications from other nonprofits that wish to become a United Way Community Partner, which would force him to stretch thin funds even thinner. “I have relationships with all of these different agencies, and I think that’s what people miss about the United Way (is) we are not a direct-support organization,” Padget said. “We fundraise for the organizations that can’t fundraise for themselves or have less ability to fundraise at that significant level.” Padget thinks people being confused about the United Way’s purpose also hinders donations. UNITED WAY See Page 12A
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The weekend snowfall came right within the predicted 5 to 8 inches of snowfall for Jasper County, and it was enough to put some drivers off of the roads Saturday night and early Sunday morning. The National Weather Service put the county under a
Winter Storm Warning, which began at 3 p.m. Saturday and lasted for 27 hours until 6 p.m. Sunday. The snowfall was accompanied by strong northwest winds, which combined with the snowfall accumulation and the asyet un-cleared ice on some roads, provided dangerous conditions for Jasper County travelers.
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Ty Rushing/Daily News The giant thermometer sign outside of the United Way of Jasper County’s office sits at a little more than the halfway mark this year, which is almost 15 percent lower than it was in 2012. UWJC Executive Director Travis Padget said the organization are having a difficult time raising funds this year.
Ty Rushing/Daily News Jasper County Board of Supervisors Chairman Dennis Stevenson sits at his desk in room 203 of the Jasper County Courthouse. Stevenson has served on the board since 2008 and is known for his “Denny-isms.”
‘That’s a good deal’
Dennis Stevenson, chair of Jasper County Board of Supervisors, brings his own style to governing Part 1 of a series By Ty Rushing Daily News Staff Writer If you have ever read or heard Dennis Stevenson using the phrases, “bang for your buck,” “well, this is a no-brainer” or “that’s a good deal,” then congratulations. You have been exposed to “Dennyisms.” Denny-isms are a collection of words and phrases that Stevenson, the Jasper County Board of Supervisors chairman, has been known to frequently say both in casual conversation and professionally. Since being elected to the board in 2008, Stevenson has taken to applying Dennyisms to his views on running the county government. “I think ‘bang for the buck’ is my big one, and it’s what I believe in,” Stevenson said. “Let’s try to spend our money wisely. We have to spend some money. You can’t not improve things or replace things — you have to do that. We try to do it in such a way that you get that, and I call it ‘bang for your buck.’” Some of the items Stevenson voted for that he believes deliver on the “bang” include the county’s new fiber Internet system, new phone system, the geothermal energy project at the courthouse and the Jasper County Annex/Armory, which houses the county’s Emergency Operation Command Center.
“I think we’ve done very well on the budget to keep it neutral and drop it a little bit,” Stevenson said. “We’ve looked at ways of saving money, and we won’t be able to do that forever, but we continue to look for ways to save money.” “I think we’ve cut the line on taxes pretty decent, and, again, we can’t do that forever,” he continued. “I just think the finances (look good) and that we have been getting some stuff done (for the county).” While most people think the supervisors just meet in room 203 at the courthouse on Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. and call it a week, Stevenson and the other members have numerous other duties that go along with their positions. The 911 board, emergency management board and the Central Iowa Juvenile Detention Center Board are just a few boards Stevenson serves on. Those three boards seem to fit Stevenson, a former Jasper County deputy, well. “We switch them around some, but the emergency management and 911 (boards) were just an interest of mine,” Stevenson said. “The other guys were fine with it. Juvenile detention, was, again, another interest of mine, and we have switched them up some.” Stevenson also described what he felt was a typical day as chairman of board. “The main duty is I
conduct the meetings,” Stevenson said. “If somebody calls in — we get a lot of phone calls — and wants to talk to a supervisor, they send them to me or whoever is the chair at that time. Also, (I do) housekeeping type of stuff, check the mail, sign the claim forms so they can be submitted for approval, just a lot of housekeeping type of stuff that the board has to do.” He estimates conservatively he puts in 30 hours a week and shows up at 8 a.m. five days a week. Other housekeeping items he listed included making rounds with the county’s various department heads, checking messages, overseeing projects and studying agenda items before Tuesday’s public meetings. Like all publicly elected officials, Stevenson has dealt with some criticism he felt was unwarranted, but his time on the Kellogg City Council prepared him for the challenges. And in his down time, he likes to take his mind off work by enjoying time with his wife, Jane, and their grandchildren. “My granddaughter, who is now 8, was about 3 and when she wanted something from her mother and her mother said ‘No.’ So my granddaughter told her, ‘You call my papa, him say yes.’ She’s a very smart little girl,” Stevenson said with a deep chuckle. STEVENSON See Page 3A
Monday, December 23, 2013
Season of Giving
City office Christmas Eve closings announced Newton City Hall, Newton Fire Department business office, Newton Parks & Recreation office and Newton Public Works will close at noon Tuesday in observance of Christmas Eve. The Newton Public Library and Newton Police Department business office will be closed all day Tuesday, and the Newton Sanitary Landfill will close at 2 p.m. Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. Closed Wednesday for Christmas and on New Year’s Day: Newton City Hall, Newton Sanitary Landfill, Newton Public Library, Newton Parks & Recreation Office, Newton Public Works and Newton police and fire department business offices. Dodd’s will not collect trash and recyclables on Christmas or New Year’s Day. Trash and recycling will be moved back one day.
Pancake breakfast set for Jan. 4 in Kellogg The Kellogg Lions Club will host a pancake breakfast from 7 to 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 4, at the Amboy Grange Hall in Kellogg. In addition to all the pancakes you can eat, sausage, scrambled eggs and juice, milk, and coffee are on the menu for a donation. The Kellogg Museum will receive the funds received over the cost of the groceries.
Christmas Eve services Tuesday at St. Luke UMC St. Luke United Methodist Church, 501 E. 19th St. N. in Newton, will offer two Christmas Eve celebrations Tuesday. A family worship of carols and candlelight will begin at 7 p.m. The 11 p.m. worship will include carols, candlelight and communion. All are welcome to attend and partake in communion.
Christmas Eve service at United Presbyterian The United Presbyterian Church, 209 N. Second. Ave. E. in Newton, will host a Candlelight Christmas Eve Service at 5 p.m. Tuesday. All are invited.
Submitted Photo Salvation Army Captain Mikey Carter and Lisa McCartney of Great Southern Bank worked together to collect gifts for area children this holiday season. Great Southern set up an Angel Tree stand at its Newton bank, taking donations for gifts and toys. Those gifts and toys were distributed Friday and Saturday.
Newton woman wins $30,000 in Scratch game Special to the Daily News A mistake by a convenience store clerk paid off for a Newton woman. Angela Lacy, 37, said she received a “Let It Snow Crossword” scratch ticket instead of the one she requested. But instead of returning the ticket, Lacy decided to keep it and ended up winning a $30,000 top prize.
“It hasn’t sunk in at all,” Lacy said as she claimed her prize Wednesday at the Iowa Lottery’s headquarters in Des Moines. Her husband, Josiah, joined her. Lacy said she checked her winning ticket numerous times and had her husband look it over. She also took it back to the convenience store where she bought it — Casey’s at 3104 First Ave. E. in Newton — to
have it double checked. Lacy, who works at Love’s Travel Stop in Newton, said she and her husband plan to use the lottery winnings to pay off bills. Let It Snow Crossword is a $3 scratch game. Players win a prize by uncovering at least three complete words in the ticket’s puzzle. If a player uncovers 10 words, he/she wins $30,000. The overall odds of winning a prize in the game are 1 in 3.82.
Iowa officer criticized for shooting van tire DES MOINES (AP) — A Des Moines police officer is facing sanctions after department officials determined he acted improperly when he shot out a van tire during an October pursuit. Sgt. Jason Halifax said Sgt. Greg Wessels’
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man’s truck. Police did not catch up to the suspect until he was spotted driving by the victim’s home two days later. The suspect refused to pull over and fled. Wessels arrived in the middle of the pursuit. As officers were trying to apprehend the suspect, he accelerated and Wessels shot out one of the rear tires of the sus-
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Ruth L. (Wedekin) Cleverley
Dec. 21, 2013 Ruth L. (Wedekin) Cleverley, 83, of Newton died Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013, at her home in Newton. A funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 24 at the First United Methodist Church, 210 N. Second Ave. E. in Newton. The family will greet friends from 9:30 a.m. until the time of service on Tuesday at the church. Memorials to the First United Methodist Church may be left at the church on the morning of the service or at the Wallace Family Funeral Home. Memorials may also be mailed to the funeral home, please add Attn: Cleverley Family on the envelope. Ruth, the daughter of Homer E. and Ruby M. (Shaffer) Wedekin, was born on Oct. 25, 1930, in Newton. She was a
graduate of Newton High School in 1948. She also graduated from Broadlawns Hospital School of Nursing and Drake University, both in Des Moines. On Dec. 19, 1954, Ruth was united in marriage with James W. Cleverley in Newton. She was a retired school nurse, having worked in the Newton Community School District. She also had worked at the Cook County Hospital in Chicago, Ill., as a nurse at the Maytag Company and at the Skiff Medical Center as an OB nurse. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, TTT, Retired
Police Blotter Teachers, a book club, a writing club and the Jasper County Historical Society. Ruth loved being with her family and enjoyed making “Care Packages” for them. Those left to honor Ruth’s memory are her children, James W. (Wendy) Cleverley, Jr. of Newton and Linda (Dennis) Harrelson of Newton; six grandchildren, Joe (Stephanie) Hartgers, Zach Harrelson, Toby Harrelson, Traci Schutty (Dave Wickett), Lindsay Schutty (Richard Hammons) and Alex Cleverley; seven greatgrandchildren, Megan, Ashton, Reese, Leileigh, David, Sidney and Stella; and her brother Jan (Dave Reynolds) Wedekin of Pass Christian, Miss. She was preceded in death by her parents and husband James W. Cleverley, Sr. in 1989. Arrangements are being handled by the Wallace Family Funeral Home of Newton.
Newton Police Department • Tiffany M. Bass, 31, of Newton was charged with driving while license suspended after she was stopped at 2:50 p.m. Thursday in the 1300 block of First Avenue West. She was transported to the Jasper County Jail. • Devin M. Hoksbergen, 23, of Newton was charged with violation of a protective order after authorities responded to a complaint at 10:30 a.m. Thursday. The protected party said she had just arrived at Mattingly Music & Books when she heard a knock at the door and saw Hoksbergen standing at the door. Hoksbergen claimed to be waving at a store employee, but the employee did not know him. Hoksbergen was charged and transported to the Jasper County Jail. • George W. Nelson, 43, of Newton was charged with fifth-degree theft after authorities responded to a shoplifting complaint at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at Walmart. Nelson was charged for allegedly concealing a bottle of alcohol valued at $20.88 and attempting to leave the store with it. He was transported to the Jasper County Jail. A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. It is the policy of the Newton Daily News to release the names of individuals charged with a crime who are 16 and older.
Mary J. (Meyer) De Young Dec. 20, 2013 Mary J. (Meyer) De Young, 84, of Pella died Friday morning, Dec. 20, 2013, at the Hospice of Pella Comfort House in Pella. A funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 24 at the Peoria Christian Reformed Church in Pella. Interment will be made at Graceland Cemetery in Pella. Visitation will be Monday afternoon at the Van Dyk-Duven Funeral Home.
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A memorial service for Mary Jordan, 81, of Newton will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 3 at the First Lutheran Church in Newton. The family will greet friends at the church from 10 a.m. until service time and again immediately following the service during lunch. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Pence-Reese Funeral Home in Newton.
Shirley N. (Enright) Benedict, 82, died Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2013, at her residence at Pella Manor in Pella. A memorial service will be at 7 p.m. tonight, Dec. 23, at the First Baptist Church in Pella. Visitation will follow the memorial service. Interment will be at Oakwood Cemetery in Pella.
Dec. 19, 2013
Correction In Thursday’s police blotter, it was stated Harold E. Keller, 61, of Newton was charged with operating while intoxicated for having a BAC higher than .08. The PBT reading indicated at BAC higher than .08, but the data master at the police department indicated a BAC of .071.
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Continued from Page 1A Stevenson said running for the board was something that had always interested him and thinks more citizens should give it a go. “More people should step up and take their shot at this too,” Stevenson said. “People should show an interest.” Being a supervisor is a demanding job, as the board oversees more than a dozen departments and either has a board member or delegate on more than 30 other boards or committees. Stevenson seems to understand these challenges and the responsibilities that go along with them. “We deal with such a wide-variety of topics,” Stevenson said. “I think the most difficult part, for me, is just worrying about if we are making the right decision, you know? We try to look at all aspects of it, and you make a decision, and you want to make sure we’re getting it right.” Staff writer Ty Rushing may be contacted at (641) 792-3121, ext. 426, or at trushing@newtondailynews. com.
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A thank you note a day keeps the doctor away! Last week I wrote about a woman who has been writing to a pen pal in Australia for 77 years. Seems like letter writing runs in the family. One of her daughters, Cindy Rupe, took on the unique task/ pleasure of writing a thank you note a day for nine months. Yep.
Cindy teaches second grade at By Curt Swarm James ElementaGuest Columnist ry School in Ottumwa. She got the idea of the daily thank you notes from an article she read by John Kralik, “365 Days of Gratitude.” Cindy started her thank-you-a-day note writing on Thanksgiving two years ago. She made a list of 25 people she wanted to express thanks to and started in. These were friends, family members, acquaintances, people she worked with, church friends and lead-
ers — most anyone she had come in contact with. Cindy radiates positive feelings and receives them back. Sometimes, these thank-you notes were simply gratitude for being her friend, or a thankyou for services rendered, or gratitude for that person being part of the village that helped raise her three sons. And the results of this note writing were overwhelming — for the recipients and her personally. One lady was about to quit her job, when she received the “thankyou-for-what-you-do” note. It turned her whole outlook around, gave her strength to carry on, and made her realize that what she does is indeed needed and appreciated. Fr. Nick, a former well-known priest in Mt. Pleasant, was also a priest in Ottumwa. When he first came to Ottumwa, Andrew, Cindy’s oldest son, was Fr. Nick’s first baptism. In the note, Cindy thanked Fr. Nick for the positive influence he had
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been on Andrew, and relayed the good news that Andrew, now 24, was about to be married. Fr. Nick wrote back that he had never received a note like that and how grateful he was to receive it. He went on to thank Cindy and her family for all the work and support they provided to the parish. Cindy does most of her writing in the morning — she’s a morning person. When she writes to someone, that person is in her mind. She’s thinks about that person’s good qualities and tries to emulate them. Can you imagine the positive influence a teacher like Cindy would have on second-grade students? She encourages her students to write thankyou notes to guest readers, and student teachers. All three of her sons, and her mother, have been guest readers. One of her sons, Patrick, is a Navy copilot on an F-18. One of her students wrote him a thank-you note for being a reader, and
Patrick wrote back, “Listen to your teacher, she is very smart.” Cindy aspires to what newspaper columnist Jim Davidson describes as the three stages of life: learning, earning, and giving back. In the first 25 years of your life, you are learning. The second twenty-five is devoted to earning. The last twenty-five should be giving back. Cindy is in the “giving back” stage. New Year’s Day is approaching, the time of reflection and resolution. Cindy has decided she is going to fire up the daily note writing again, starting on New Year’s Day. This time she is shooting for the full year. Watch out world! ••• Have a good story? Call or text Curt Swarm in Mt. Pleasant at 319-217-0526, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit his website at www.empty-nest-words-photos-and-frames. com.
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Thank you for making Christmas wonderful To the editor: Careage of Newton has had a wonderful holiday season thanks to the kindness of many people. Thank you to Cul de Sac, the Newton Senior High School freshman choir, Newton Christian School second graders, Sugar and Spice, Home Instead, Salvation Army, Judy Rodewald, First Lutheran Church, First Baptist Church, Wallace Family Funeral Home, Berg Elementary, and all the others who have contributed in some way to providing our residents a very Merry Christmas. You are all so appreciated and the residents have asked me to thank you very much. With gratitude, Deb Greve Activity Director Careage of Newton Write letters to the editor to newsroom@ newtondailynews.com
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Emerald ash borer has arrived This is my third column on this subject, and I’m beating the drum on this issue because the Emerald Ash Borer’s entrance and march across the state is absolutely inevitable. In simpler terms, if you have green, black or white Ash trees in your yard, or along your street, By Dennis Black the chances are fairly high they Iowa Senate District 15 will become infected and lost to this major tree pest that has hit America. Foresters surmise the borer entered the U. S. from Asia or Eastern Russia via wooden pallets. The result has been highly devastating where the beetle is starting to do its damage. The costs of infested tree removal, disposal of debris and reforestation are significant. And, although there are claims to the contrary, it appears the actual success of defeating this tsunami moving into Iowa are highly ineffective. Likewise, there has been little success in killing the beetle to the point where it will not be a threat. At the moment, we just do the best we can, and trust our state forestry department and arborists to provide leadership and guidance. Chemical treatment of individual trees is the best of the available poor options. Add to this the fact that few communities have an inventory of street-scape vegetation. And, if the city is able to financially commit to the treatment of trees between the street and sidewalk, there has to be a similar effort by the home owner to do
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the same on their own property. Burlington is identified by state foresters as being fully infected; Fairfield will soon have that designation; Allamakee and Clayton counties both have pockets of infestation,; and, just this week, the Emerald Ash Borer was found in Creston, in southwest Iowa. You can rest absolutely assured that there are hundreds of other communities in the state where this forest tree insect pest is currently present, but yet to be discovered. It is small, yet deadly, and can kill a tree in two years by girdling the cambium, just inside the bark. When you notice a thinning canopy and dieback on your Ash trees, you can be certain it is too late to save them. There goes that beauty, a void in your property landscape, the need to replant a variety of new species, and the loss of shade until replaced by new plantings. For right now, it would be wise for communities and residents to Google “Emerald Ash Borer” and become knowledgeable about the facts of recognition, possible means of treatment, and recommended tree species to plant next spring to replace the Ash whose destiny is pretty well determined. In addition, the Forestry Department of DNR has guidance, along with Iowa State University Extension Services. Rest assured I shall be dealing with this issue more in the future, for the costs to citizens, communities and the state of Iowa will be substantial. ••• Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to readers. If I can be of assistance on issues of concern, feel free to call me at 515-975-8608, or email email@example.com
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Our investment in early learning is paying off If we fail to invest in children early on, during the period of their most rapid development, those children are more likely to enter school behind. If the playing field is unleveled at the outset, how can we hope to remain a nation By Tom Harkin of promise and prosper- United States Senator ity for all? It is with that in mind that I have introduced the Strong Start for America’s Children Act, a bill that would greatly expand access to high-quality early learning experiences for children from birth to kindergarten entry. Something that we need to expunge from our lexicon is the term “pre-school.” There is no such thing as pre-school because we know that learning begins at birth and the preparation for learning begins before birth. My bill reinforces this idea by ensuring that our most vulnerable children have the support they need to be healthy, happy, and ready for school on the first day of kindergarten. We start by creating new early learning quality partnerships, so that Early Head Start grantees can partner with center-based and family child care providers to offer infants and toddlers full-day, fullyear, high-quality services. I also proposed a new federal-
state partnership to accelerate the work currently being done in states to support high-quality early learning for 3- and 4-year olds. To receive funding through the partnership, states must support programs that are of high-quality, meaning programs must have well-trained teachers, low class sizes, low child-to-staff ratios, curricula that are developmentally appropriate, and programs must provide other services that support the non-academic needs of kids, including nutritious foods, physical activity, and strong parent and family engagement. These are the kinds of common-sense, researchbased activities and services that any parent would want for their child, and they also reflect the type of support that many states and communities are currently providing in their early learning programs. I want to thank President Obama for calling for this deep investment in early learning during his State of the Union. This legislation follows through on that vision. But it will also face opposition from those who say we can’t afford it. The evidence and research around early learning is too strong to ignore and if we don’t invest now, we will pay for it later in the form of high school drop-outs and crowded prisons. Quite simply, failing to invest in high-quality early learning is against our moral and economic responsibility as a nation.
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Monday, December 23, 2013
Commitment to relationship ends at computer keyboard DEAR ABBY: I am a woman in an exclusive, committed relationship with “Vince.” We have talked about a future together and getting married. My only issue is I can’t seem to keep him off of dating sites. Even when I catch Vince red-handed, he’ll deny it or blame it on his friend “using his ID.” I have asked him over and over to delete the sites, but he won’t. He continues to tell me he’s in love with me and wants only me. He says I’m the woman of his dreams. If that’s true, there should be no need for him to look anymore, right? Please help me understand his obsession, and if there are any tools I can use to be more effective to talk to Vince about this. — FUMING IN FLORIDA DEAR FUMING: Your communication tools are just fine. Your ability to recognize when someone is stringing you along is what needs improvement. You may feel you are in a committed relationship, but Vince appears to be less committed than you are. Worse, he also has a problem telling the truth. If Vince wanted only you and was ready to settle down, he wouldn’t compulsively look online to see who else is available. DEAR ABBY: I’m conflicted about my role in supporting my children through the death of my ex-wife. We divorced 25 years ago. There was no significant other in her life. I would like to support them emotionally, but I feel the burial, funeral, etc., are matters for their family and her relatives. My question is, am I right? And how soon should I go and be with my children? We have been in close touch, and I believe they know that I care and I’m here for them. They live across the country, so the distance and cost of transportation are concerns. — CONFLICTED IN TEXAS
DEAR CONFLICTED: I’m sure no one expects you to contribute financially to the funeral of someone from whom you have been divorced for a quarter of a century. However, you should ask your adult children if they would like you to attend for emotional support. Because they are all grown and presumably busy with their lives, if your presence isn’t needed at the funeral, you could schedule a family reunion at a time when it’s convenient for all of you. DEAR ABBY: What do I do about a friend who often interrupts a conversation to check his phone and look up the topic on the Internet? He then adds to — or corrects — the discussion we are having. It’s starting to ruin the friendship. Any advice? — OVERCORRECTED IN TEXAS DEAR OVERCORRECTED: Whether someone doing this is offensive or not depends upon the spirit in which it’s being done. Your friend may not be certain that what he — or you — is saying is correct and he wants to verify it. Often when people check information online, they find more information on the subject. Your friend may be doing it in the spirit of helpfulness. My husband and I do this with each other often, and neither of us is offended.
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Monday, December 23, 2013
Second-half rally sparks Newton win over Panthers By Dustin Turner Daily News Sports Writer NEWTON — Newton’s girls were off to a slow start against Knoxville on Friday. Trailing by eight points late in the third quarter, coach Brandon Sharp started to get animated. His suit jacket came off. His face turned bright red, and he was looking for some excitement out of the Cardinal girls. Along the way, one or all of those things may have had an effect on his team. Michaela Jacobsen started scoring at a furious pace, and the Cards ended up with a double-digit victory, 60-47. “We made a couple plays when we started playing with
some enthusiasm,” Sharp said. “It starts with the energy that we bring. Whether it’s us on the bench or teammates out on the court, we talked about getting more excited for what a teammate does than what you do. Once we hit that point, that was the difference.” Jacobsen provided a big difference, as well. She scored a majority of her 19 points toward the end of the third and in the fourth quarter, sparking a scoring rally in the final 10 minutes of the second half that more than doubled the team’s output from the first half. “This is the type of player Michaela can be,” Sharp said. “When things get going, she can do that. We haven’t seen
it for a couple games, because she has kind of struggled with her shooting. Tonight, in the second half, she took it to the basket and got herself going that way.” Newton led 13-7 after the first quarter, but the Cardinal offense halted in the second quarter. Both teams were in the penalty early on in the quarter, and it ended up favoring the Panthers, who climbed back into the game and tied the game briefly. Newton took a 23-22 lead at halftime. The Panthers got off to a hot start in the second half, getting inside the lane and scoring some easy buckets. With five minutes left in the quarter, Knoxville led 33-25
and had the basketball. Sophomore Sydney Jenkins got the Cards started by finishing a layup through contact. Jacobsen nailed a baseline jumper the next time down to cut the lead to four. Shelby Gray picked off an inbounds pass and hit Jacobsen cutting to the bucket to pull within two. Knoxville hit a free throw to end the quarter, still leading by three. Jacobsen knocked down CARDINALS See Page 8A Dustin Turner/Daily News At right, Newton sophomore Hannah Rhoads drives down the baseline during the third quarter of the win over Knoxville on Friday. Rhoads ended up with eight points in the victory.
Newton boys split weekend games By Dustin Turner Daily News Sports Writer NEWTON — Newton’s boys were stuck in a threegame rut after opening the season with two victories, but business picked up for the Cards with a 78-64 win over the visiting Knoxville Panthers Friday night. Unfortunately for the Cards, the game the following afternoon against Marshalltown was not as fruitful. Newton fell to the Bobcats, 85-70. Newton fell behind early, trailing by six points after the opening quarter. Marshalltown picked up its scoring to keep pace with the Cards the rest of the way, and Newton never got within striking distance in the second half. Newton struggled to defend the 3-point line with Marshalltown hitting 8-of-17 from behind the arc. The Bobcats shot 30for-49 overall, better than 61 percent. Marshalltown’s Aaron Hauser hit 11 out of 17 shots for 26 points, and four other Bobcat players scored in double figures. Against the Panthers, Junior Tyler Wood and senior Chandler Sturtz scored a combined 47 points for the Cards, much of them coming from beyond the 3-point arc. Wood’s four 3-pointers
Dustin Turner/Daily News Newton junior Tyler Wood launches a 3-pointer during the fourth quarter of Newton’s win over Knoxville on Friday. Wood led the Cards with 28 points.
in the third quarter helped the Cards offset a flurry of inside scoring from the Panthers. “I think we just kind of wore them out,” Newton coach Nick Wilkins said. “Tyler hit some big shots for us and played well. That’s what kind of pushed us out toward the lead is when he took over a little bit at the end of the third.” Wilkins was pleased to see shots falling for his
team, but he knows that lack of an inside presence will continue to trouble his team if things head the way they are trending. Knoxville’s junior center Nathan Winters scored 17 points, most of which were around the bucket. He bullied and bumped around Newton’s frontcourt without much resistance. “We’ve struggled with that all year. It’s not just this game,” Wilkins said of the team’s interior defense. “That’s our biggest challenge as we’re more of a finesse team. We’re not a physical team. We don’t have those bruisers inside. It really shows against a team like this that is really physical. We struggled, mostly because we don’t hold our ground, and we’re not ready to be physical.” Newton and the Panthers went back-and-forth in the opening quarter. Daquan Allen hit a floater shortly before the buzzer sounded to tie the game at 10 apiece. Wood nailed a dribble pull-up jumper to kickoff the second. Allen followed with putback off an offensive rebound. Wood nailed his first 3-pointer to give the Cards a 17-10 lead. Knoxville was able to draw some fouls on the Cards, giving the Panthers some early free throw op-
Bobcats defeat Cardinal girls
portunities. The Panthers took advantage and closed the gap. With the game tied 23-23, Sturtz knocked down a 3-pointer. Wood followed up with a baseline drive that led to a bucket. Junior Nick Easley hit two free throws before halftime, giving Newton a 34-26 lead. Knoxville’s Bryce Zoutte led the team back with two 3-pointers early in the third quarter to bring the Panthers within two. That is when Wood caught fire. He hit a 3-pointer from the corner. Winters answered with an inside bucket, but Wood hit another one from the same spot to give Newton a 48-42 lead. Sturtz knocked one down, and Wood hit another two 3-pointers to end the quarter with Newton up 10. Knoxville chopped the lead in half within the first two minutes of the fourth quarter, but Allen and Easley got the Cards back on top by double figures, and solid free throw shooting carried Newton to the finish. Interior defense will be the focus for Newton over the break. After about a week off, the Cards will head back into the gym for some work on physicality.
MARSHALLTOWN — Newton girls’ head coach Brandon Sharp has only one explanation for the Cardinals losing 44-30 Saturday afternoon to host Marshalltown. “We were physically and emotionally drained from a very intense game Friday night,” Sharp said. “It was the first time this year we’ve played back-to-back games like this. We won Friday night and it took a lot out of us.” Sharp said Saturday was a “strange” day for basketball all the way around. One of the contributing factors was that the junior varsity girls’ game was played at a different site and ran long. “We started the game with just seven players and we had three girls pick up two fouls each in the first quarter. Because we didn’t have the junior varsity girls there, Michaela ( Jacobsen) had to continue to play and she picked up her third foul in the first quarter,” Sharp said. Jacobsen, who is the team’s leading scorer, didn’t play at all in the second quarter. The Cardinals trailed 14-7 after one quarter and faced a 26-14 halftime deficit. Newton outscored Marshalltown’s Bobcats 8-4 in the third quarter, but the Bobcats maintained their
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By Jocelyn Sheets Daily News Sports Editor
Newton, Pella Christian teams bowl at Oskaloosa By Jocelyn Sheets Daily News Sports Editor OSKALOOSA — Newton’s girls are burning up the bowling lanes no matter what bowling alley they are competing at this season. Home and away, the Cardinal girls are winning — convincingly. Saturday, the Cardinal girls rolled up a win at Oskaloosa’s triangular meet. Newton won with a team total of 2,277 followed by Oskaloosa at 2,098 and Pella Christian at 1,456. The Eagles did not have a full team for the girls’ competition. Newton’s boys finished second behind Oskaloosa. The Indians combined for a 2,686 pin count with the Cardinals coming in with a 2,332. Pella Christian finished at 2,009. “The girls worked extremely hard in practice this week on generating more hook and ball rotation on their strike ball,” said Seth Banwell, Newton bowling coach. “It really paid off today on this tough lane condition. The boys struggled a bit on the lanes this afternoon. They bowled really well considering the tough lane conditions.” Leading the way for the Newton girls was Madison Humphrey with a 363. Humphrey followed a 162 first game with a 201. Erica Bailey was next with a 334 (183-151). Mariah Gonzales bowled a 316 (124-137) followed by Melanie Stice at 261 (132-164), Kirsten Young at 258 (143-115) and Courtney Tabor (89-151). “Melanie Stice completely changed her approach and ball motion on the lanes. She used to stand on the far left side of the approach and throw a back up ball. We moved her to the right side of the lane and got her ball hooking in the right direction. She had some unbelievable shots and I expect her scores will continue to raise all season,” Banwell said. Banwell said Humphrey and Bailey are very dependable week after week for Newton. The Cardinals had a strong lead after the individual games with a team score of 1,512. Banwell said they extended
Jocelyn Sheets/Daily News Mariah Gonzales rolled a 316 for Newton’s girls in Saturday’s meet at Oskaloosa. The NHS girls notched another win for the season, beating Oskaloosa and Pella Christian.
Jocelyn Sheets/Daily News Newton’s Payton Cox lets the bowling ball go on the Cardinal Lanes alley. Saturday Cox bowled a 323 during competiton at Oskaloosa.
their lead after each game in the Baker round. Newton’s Baker games were 135, 146, 160, 156 and 172 for a team score of 769. “Our boys had a lot of ups and downs throughout the meet. This was very evident in our Baker scores. The boys went from a 200 to a 163 up to a 213 and only threw a 121 their last game,” Banwell said. “We need to learn from our mistakes and not dwell on them. Bowling is a very mental game and it’s hard to recover after a bad ball is thrown. Staying calm and being positive will really boost are scores in the future.” Alex Bare paced the Cardinal boys with a 371. He threw a 224 game after scoring a 141 in the first game. Payton Cox finished with a 323 (187-136) and Joe Stammeyer had a 270 (132-138).
Reid Miller bowled a 253 (114-139) and Bryan McMahon had a 251 (121-130). Nick VerSteeg rolled a 244 (125-119). The NHS boys’ Baker games were 167, 200, 163, 213, 121 for a total of 864. Jordan Pleima led Pella Christian with a 306. Max Shannon, who had the highest individual game for the Eagles — a 176, finished with a 296. “Our score was just a few pins less than last week, so we’ve still got some work to do. Spares seem to give us a lot of trouble yet,” Pella Christian head coach Rod Blunck said. The Newton teams are back in action Jan. 4 at home against Clarke. Pella Christian’s bowlers go to Norwalk Jan. 11.
Monday, December 23, 2013
Raider girls claim first win; boys win too By Jocelyn Sheets Daily News Sports Editor MAXWELL — What a Christmas present Collins-Maxwell/Baxter’s girls gave themselves and the Raider fans. The Raider girls finally notched a game in the win column after an 0-8 start to the 2013-14 basketball season. CMB’s girls captured a 54-49 win over Grandview Park Baptist, which was 6-0 coming into the game, Saturday afternoon in front of a home crowd. The CMB boys followed with a 65-54 win over the Defender boys. The Raiders’ games on Friday night at Baxter against Heart of Iowa rival Prairie City-Monroe were postponed. Collins-Maxwell/Baxter’s girls trailed Grandview Park 24-17 at halftime. The Raiders turned the tide in the second half. They outscored the visitors from Des Moines 18-13 to close the gap to two points, 37-35, by the end of the third quarter. The Raider girls surged to their first win of the season on a 19-12 run in the final eight minutes. CMB made the run with five players scoring four or more points in the game
Jocelyn Sheets/Daily News CMB head coach Jamie Zabel visits with his players during a timeout this season. Zabel said his team was close to a win thoughout the 0-8 start to the season. The Raider girls notched their first win Saturday at home against Grandview Park Baptist of Des Moines.
while the Defenders had just three scoring points. Abbie Haupert led the way for CMB with 19 points. Lexi Breon fired in 14 points. The Raiders were 10-of-13 from the free-throw line. Katie Hall poured in 24 points for Grandview Park Baptist. Kayle Whittington added 16 points. IN THE BOYS’ contest, the
Raiders bolted to a 16-9 first-quarter lead, but only led by four points, 28-24, at halftime. They had stumbled a bit in the second quarter to trail the Defenders 24-18 with 3:22 left in the period. Seth Balke downed two free throws to tie the game at 24-24. Balke’s field goal at the 1:18 mark put the Raiders back in front, 26-24,
Cardinals: Hutchinson hits dagger
Girls: Energy down for Cards
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a 3-pointer to tie the game right off the bat in the fourth. She hit the next two buckets for the Cards to take a fourpoint lead. Alex Hutchinson got into the mix with a driving hoop. Hutchinson then nailed a 3-pointer from the corner, which effectively served as a dagger. Despite the second half surge, Sharp wants his girls to continue to improve with their intensity and shot selection in order to keep up this level of play on a nightly basis. “Short selection on offense was a big Achilles heel in the first half,” he said. “We started the game off really well, I thought and then we got a little complacent with our shot selection. We took way to many from the outside. At the beginning of the game, we got their post in foul trouble, and we got away from that. We went to our guards when we should’ve kept going inside toward the basket.”
lead with a 14-8 run in the final eight minutes. “We just didn’t play the type of basketball we’ve been playing most of the season. We had three girls foul out of the game. It was pretty rough with a lot of mental errors,” Sharp said. “We’ll use the break well to re-energize and get ready for the second part of the season.” Jacobsen finished with seven points for Newton. Hannah Rhoads and Sarah Kalkhoff each added five points. The Cardinals were 8-of-15 from the free-throw line. Kali Banks led the Bobcats with 13 points. Newton goes into the Christmas break at 2-6. The Cardinals are back in action Jan. 3 at home against Ballard.
Knoxville 7-15-14-11 — 47 Newton 13-10-10-27 — 60 Knoxville — Cunningham 14, Carter 10, Wallace 7, Hunt 6 Newton — Jacobsen 19, Gray 10, Jenkins 9, Hutchinson 9, Rhoads 8, Stock 5
Newton 7-7-8-8—30 Marshalltown 14-12-4-14—44 Newton — Jacobsen 7, Rhoads 5, Kalkhoff 5, Gray 4, Stock 3, Leonard 3, Jenkins 2, Hutchinson 1. Marshalltown — Banks 13, Blagg 9, A. Hughes 9, Rebik 5, S. Hughes 5, Hungerford 3.
for good. CMB outscored Grandview Park Baptist 16-14 in the third quarter. The Raiders pulled further away on a 21-16 run in the fourth quarter for the win. CMB handed Grandview Park Baptist its first loss of the season. Tommy Galloway triggered in 7-of-12 3-point field goal attempts for CMB on his way to a game-high 23 points. Bryce Kemp had 11 points, eight rebounds and three steals. Austin Moorman dropped in 10 points and handed out four assists. Robbie Seyler scored 19 points for the Defenders. Ben Thompson had 16 points. The CMB teams are back in action at home Jan. 2 against Ankeny Christian Academy. Girls’ Game Grandview Park Baptist 12-12-13-12—49 Collins-Maxwell/Baxter1 0-7-18-19—54 CMB — Schmitz 4, Harley 9, Eslinger 8, Haupert 19, Breon 14. GPB — Hall 24, Whittington 16, McCool 9. Boys’ Game Grandview Park Baptist 16-12-16-21—65 Collins-Maxwell/Baxter 9-15-14-16—54 CMB — Moorman 10, Galloway 23, Kemp 11, Balke 8, Samson 7, Nissen 2, Stover 2, Girard 2. GPB — Seyler 19, Thompson 16, Burt 7, Arrasmith 6, Davidson 6.
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Boys: Toughness will click for Cards eventually Continued from Page 7 “Coming back from Christmas break, we’re really going to have to get after it. I don’t know if it’s something we can really teach,” Wilkins said regarding Newton’s toughness. “I think it’s more of something the kids just have to figure out. We can talk to them about it and show them what we want, but as
far as toughness, it’s just something that clicks. They’ll learn it eventually, and we’re going to be a scary team to play when it does.” Knoxville 10-16-23-15 — 64 Newton 10-24-25-19 — 78 Knoxville — Winters 17, Zoutte 10, Gerritt Davis 10, Wallace 9, Higginbotham 7 Newton — Wood 28, Sturtz 19, Easley 8, Allen 8, Glotfelty 5, Joe Banfield 4, Stout 3, Travis 3
Dustin Turner/Daily News (At left) Newton’s Daquan Allen releases a floater in the lane during Newton’s win over Knoxville Friday.
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DOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) 13-5213(1) COURT NO. EQCV118366 SPECIAL EXECUTION Plaintiff: BENEFICIAL FINANCIAL I INC., SUCCESSOR BY Monday, December 23, 2013 MERGER TO BENEFICIAL IOWA, INC., vs Defendant: VICKROY, MARK W. UNNAMED JUDGEMENT CREDITORS,; - IN REM DEFENDANT: AND PARTIES IN POSSESSION - IN REM As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: THE NORTH 44.805 FEET OF THE EAST HALF OF LOT 1 IN CARRIER'S SUBDIVISION IN NEWTON, JASPER COUNTY, NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S IOWA. LEVY AND SALE Street Address Jasper County Sheriff Office 901 W. 3RD ST. S., NEWTON, 2300 Law Center Drive IA Newton, IA 50208 The described property will be of641-792-5912 fered for sale at public auction for IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT cash only as follows: FOR JASPER COUNTY Date of Sale 01/28/2014 STATE OF IOWA Time of Sale 10:00 AM JASPER COUNTY SS Place of Sale 2300 LAW CENDOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) TER DRIVE, NEWTON, IA 13-5232(1) This sale not subject to redempCOURT NO. EQCV118403 tion. SPECIAL EXECUTION Property exemption: Certain Plaintiff: BANK OF AMERICA, money or property may be exN.A., empt. Contact your attorney vs promptly to review specific proviDefendant: MCNEW, KRISTINA sions of the law and file appropriM. A/K/A KRISTINA M. MILHEISate notice, if applicable. ER, MARITAL STATUS UNJudgment Amount $82,071.35 KNOWN; - IN REM Costs $1,186.80 Defendant: ANDREW ANTHOAccrued Costs PLUS NY MILHEISER, MARITAL STAInterest 12.217% OF $82,071.35 TUS UNKNOWN; FIRST RESOFROM 03/25/2013 LUTION INVESTMENT CORPOAttorney RATION; DISCOVER BANK; SIDDENS, BOB (515) 274-6210 STATE OF IOWA DEPARTMENT Date 11/25/2013 OF HUMAN SERVICES CHILD Sheriff JOHN R. HALFERTY SUPPORT RECOVERY UNIT; December 23 & 30 IN REM THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT As a result of the judgment renJASPER COUNTY dered in the above referenced IN THE MATTER OF THE EScourt case, an execution was isTATE OF sued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution orNorene L. Walker, Deceased. dered the sale of defendant(s) Probate No. ESPR036416 Real Estate Property to satisfy NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT the judgment. The property to be OF ADMINISTRATOR sold is: AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Lot Forty-Five, Miller's Addition to To All Persons Interested in the the City of Newton, Jasper CounEstate of Norene L. Walker, Dety,Iowa, as appears by Plat ceased, who died on or about Aurecorder in Plat Book “B” Page gust 10, 2013: 602 in the Office of the Recorder You are hereby notified that on of said County the 10th day of December, 2013, Street Address the undersigned was appointed 227 W. 9TH ST. S., NEWTON, administrator of the estate. IOWA Notice is hereby given that all The described property will be ofpersons indebted to the estate fered for sale at public auction for are requested to make immediate cash only as follows: payment to the undersigned, and Date of Sale 01/28/2014 creditors having claims against Time of Sale 10:00 AM the estate shall file them with the Place of Sale 2300 LAW CENclerk of the above named district TER DRIVE, NEWTON, IA court, as provided by law, duly This sale not subject to redempauthenticated, for allowance, and tion. unless so filed by the later to ocProperty exemption: Certain cur four months from the second money or property may be expublication of this notice or one empt. Contact your attorney month from the date of the mailpromptly to review specific proviing of this notice (unless othersions of the law and file appropriwise allowed or paid) a claim is ate notice, if applicable. thereafter forever barred. Judgment Amount $83,246.66 Dated this 10th day of December, Costs $1,809.19 2013. Accrued Costs PLUS Scott E. Walker Interest 6.625% OF $64,542.91 Administrator of the Estate FROM 09/13/2013 710 E. 20th St. S. Attorney Newton, IA 50208 HAWK, CAMILLE R. (402) 330Randal B. Caldwell, 6300 ICIS PIN No: AT0001375 Date 12/03/2013 Attorney for the Administrator Sheriff JOHN R. HALFERTY Caldwell, Brierly, Chalupa & December 23 & 30 Nuzum, PLLC 211 1st Ave W, NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S Newton, IA 50208 LEVY AND SALE Date of second publication Jasper County Sheriff Office _23_______ day of 2300 Law Center Drive _December____________ , Newton, IA 50208 __2013______ 641-792-5912 December 16 & 23 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR JASPER COUNTY NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S STATE OF IOWA LEVY AND SALE JASPER COUNTY SS Jasper County Sheriff Office DOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) 2300 Law Center Drive 13-5409(1) Newton, IA 50208 COURT NO. EQCV117879 641-792-5912 SPECIAL EXECUTION IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT Plaintiff: BANK OF AMERICA, FOR JASPER COUNTY N.A., STATE OF IOWA vs JASPER COUNTY SS Defendant: WILSON, LESLIE DOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) IN REM 13-5398(1) Defendant: SPOUSE OF LESLIE COURT NO. EQCV117535 WILSON, STELLA POTTER, SPECIAL EXECUTION SPOUSE OF STELLA POTTER, Plaintiff: JPMORGAN CHASE LARRY SNYDER, MORTGAGE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIAELECTRONIC REGISTRATION TION SYSTEMS, INC., SKIFF MEDIvs CAL CENTER, - IN REM Defendant: BADGER, CHARLES; AND PARTIES IN POSSESSTATE OF IOWA; THE HEIRS, SION- IN REM DEVISEES AND LEGATEES OF As a result of the judgment renDONALD M. BADGER, DEdered in the above referenced CEASED; ALL UNKNOWN court case, an execution was isCLAIMANTS AND ALL PERsued by the court to the Sheriff of SONS KNOWN OR UNKNOWN this county. The execution orCLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE dered the sale of defendant(s) OR INTEREST IN AND TO THE Real Estate Property to satisfy PROPERTY OF DONALD M. the judgment. The property to be BADGER, DECEASED,- IN REM sold is: As a result of the judgment renLot Twenty-nine of Stone's Addidered in the above referenced tion ALSO the North Half of the court case, an execution was isSixteen and Five Tenths foot alsued by the court to the Sheriff of ley running East and West bethis county. The execution ortween Lots Twenty-nine and Thirdered the sale of defendant(s) ty of Stone's Addition ALSO the Real Estate Property to satisfy West Half of the vacated the judgment. The property to be North/South alley abutting Lot sold is: Twenty-nine and the North Half of Lots One Hundred thirty-three the vacated alley adjacent on the and One hundred thirty-four in South of Lot Twenty-nine of Plat of Lamb's Grove as now loStone's Addition to the City of cated in the City of Lamb's Newton, Jasper County, Iowa, as Grove, and platted on part of the appears in the Plat of record in Northeast Quarter of the NorthBook 130, at Page 34 in the Ofeast Quarter of Section Thirtyfice of the Recorder of said Countwo, Township Eighty North, ty. Range Nineteen West of the 5th Street Address P.M., Jasper County, Iowa. 624 W. 2ND ST. S., NEWTON, Street Address IA 2252 1ST AVE. W., NEWTON, The described property will be ofIOWA fered for sale at public auction for The described property will be ofcash only as follows: fered for sale at public auction for Date of Sale 02/04/2014 cash only as follows: Time of Sale 10:00 AM Date of Sale 02/04/2014 Place of Sale 2300 LAW CENTime of Sale 10:00 AM TER DRIVE, NEWTON, IA Place of Sale 2300 LAW CENThis sale not subject to redempTER DRIVE, NEWTON, IA tion. This sale not subject to redempProperty exemption: Certain tion. money or property may be exProperty exemption: Certain empt. Contact your attorney money or property may be expromptly to review specific proviempt. Contact your attorney sions of the law and file appropripromptly to review specific proviate notice, if applicable. sions of the law and file appropriJudgment Amount $95,998.66 ate notice, if applicable. Costs $1,889.13 Judgment Amount $64,024.14 Accrued Costs PLUS Costs $1,523.31 Interest 7.25% OF $74,426.40 Accrued Costs PLUS FROM 06/04/2013 Interest 4.5% OF $64,024.14 Attorney FROM 09/01/2012 SAYER, BRIAN (319) 234-2530 Attorney Date 12/11/2013 MIZER, DOUGLAS J. (515) 223Sheriff JOHN R. HALFERTY 7325 December 23 & 30 Date 12/09/2013 Sheriff JOHN R. HALFERTY NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S December 23 & 30 LEVY AND SALE NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S Jasper County Sheriff Office LEVY AND SALE 2300 Law Center Drive Newton, IA 50208 Jasper County Sheriff Office 641-792-5912 2300 Law Center Drive IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT Newton, IA 50208 641-792-5912 FOR JASPER COUNTY IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT STATE OF IOWA FOR JASPER COUNTY JASPER COUNTY SS STATE OF IOWA DOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) JASPER COUNTY SS 13-5213(1) DOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) COURT NO. EQCV118366 13-5138(1) SPECIAL EXECUTION COURT NO. EQCV118344 Plaintiff: BENEFICIAL FINANSPECIAL EXECUTION CIAL I INC., SUCCESSOR BY Plaintiff: JPMORGAN CHASE MERGER TO BENEFICIAL BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIAIOWA, INC., TION vs vs Defendant: VICKROY, MARK W. Defendant:BUCKMAN, DONUNNAMED JUDGEMENT CREDALD.; - IN REM ITORS,; - IN REM As a result of the judgment renDEFENDANT: AND PARTIES IN dered in the above referenced POSSESSION - IN REM court case, an execution was isAs a result of the judgment rensued by the court to the Sheriff of dered in the above referenced this county. The execution orcourt case, an execution was isdered the sale of defendant(s) sued by the court to the Sheriff of Real Estate Property to satisfy this county. The execution orthe judgment. The property to be dered the sale of defendant(s) sold is: Real Estate Property to satisfy LOT NINE IN BLOCK “E” EMERthe judgment. The property to be SON HOUGH PLACE, IN THE sold is: CITY OF NEWTON, JASPER THE NORTH 44.805 FEET OF COUNTY, IOWA, AS APPEARS THE EAST HALF OF LOT 1 IN IN PLAT BOOK D, AT PAGE 270 CARRIER'S SUBDIVISION IN IN THE OFFICE OF THE NEWTON, JASPER COUNTY, RECORDER OF SAID COUNTY IOWA. Street Address Street Address 500 E. 12TH ST. N., NEWTON,IA 901 W. 3RD ST. S., NEWTON, The described property will be ofIA fered for sale at public auction for The described property will be of-
STATE OF IOWA JASPER COUNTY SS DOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) 13-5138(1) COURT NO. EQCV118344 SPECIAL EXECUTION Plaintiff: JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION vs Defendant:BUCKMAN, DONALD.; - IN REM As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: LOT NINE IN BLOCK “E” EMERSON HOUGH PLACE, IN THE CITY OF NEWTON, JASPER COUNTY, IOWA, AS APPEARS IN PLAT BOOK D, AT PAGE 270 IN THE OFFICE OF THE RECORDER OF SAID COUNTY Street Address 500 E. 12TH ST. N., NEWTON,IA The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale 01/21/2014 Time of Sale 10:00 AM Place of Sale 2300 LAW CENTER DRIVE, NEWTON, IA This sale not subject to redemption. Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and file appropriate notice, if applicable. Judgment Amount $118,285.89 Costs $1,288.54 Accrued Costs PLUS Interest 5% OF $102,380.30 FROM 08/01/2013 Attorney BAHNSEN, JASON D. (515) 2237325 Date 11/20/2013 Sheriff JOHN R. HALFERTY DECEMBER 16 & 23
Newton, IA 50208 641-792-5912 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR JASPER COUNTY STATE OF IOWA JASPER COUNTY SS DOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) 13-5154(1) COURT NO. EQCV117868 SPECIAL EXECUTION Plaintiff:RANDOM PROPERTIES ACQUISITION CORP III vs Defendant:BURNETT, MARK; IN REM Defendant: BARBARA M. BURNETT - IN REM Defendant: AND PARTIES IN POSSESSION – IN REM As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: Commence at the Northeast Corner of the Northeast Quarter of Section Twenty-nine, Township Eighty North, Range Eighteen West of the Fifth P.M., Jasper County, Iowa, run thence West One Hundred Eighty-one and One-half feet, thence South Two hundred Forty feet, thence East One hundred Eighty-one and One-half feet, thence North Two hundred Forty feet to the point of beginning Street Address 1865 E. 76TH ST. N., KELLOGG, IA The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale 01/21/2014 Time of Sale 10:00 AM Place of Sale 2300 LAW CENTER DRIVE, NEWTON, IA This sale not subject to redemption. Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and file appropriate notice, if applicable. Judgment Amount $260,269.65 Costs $1,715.00 Accrued Costs PLUS Interest 5.5% OF $230,884.64 FROM 06/19/2012 Attorney SAYER, BRIAN (319) 234-2530 Date 11/21/2013 Sheriff JOHN R. HALFERTY December 16 & 23
LEVY AND SALE Jasper County Sheriff Office 2300 Law Center Drive Newton, IA 50208 641-792-5912 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR JASPER COUNTY STATE OF IOWA JASPER COUNTY SS DOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) 13-5141(1) COURT NO. EQCV118516 SPECIAL EXECUTION Plaintiff: WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., vs Defendant: MCGUIRE, ANDREW T.; - IN REM Defendant: AND RHYANNA N. MCGUIRE; - IN REM As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: Lot Three of Beacon Hill, a Subdivision of part of Lot B of the Subdivision of the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter and part of the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter, all in Section One, Township Seventy-nine North, Range Twenty-one West of the Fifth P.M., in the City of Colfax, Jasper County, Iowa, as appears in Plat Cabinet A, at page 5 in the Office of the Recorder of said County Street Address 309 COLLEGE AVENUE, COLFAX, IOWA The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale 01/21/2014 Time of Sale 10:00 AM Place of Sale 2300 LAW CENTER DRIVE, NEWTON, IA This sale not subject to redemption. Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and file appropriate notice, if applicable. Judgment Amount $188,214.90 Costs $1,195.44 Accrued Costs PLUS Interest 3.625% OF $182,377.72 FROM 10/07/2013 Attorney ERICKSON, DAVID M. (515) 288-2500 Date 11/20/2013 Sheriff JOHN R. HALFERTY December 16 &23
Public Notices NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S LEVY AND SALE Jasper County Sheriff Office 2300 Law Center Drive Newton, IA 50208 641-792-5912 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR JASPER COUNTY STATE OF IOWA JASPER COUNTY SS DOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) 13-5020(1) COURT NO. EQCV118338 SPECIAL EXECUTION Plaintiff: METLIFE HOME LOANS vs Defendant: FACILE, MATTHEW A. ; - IN REM Defendant: AND LISA L. FACILE; - IN REM As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: Lot Eight in PLEASANT PLACE PLAT TWO in the City of Newton, Jasper County, Iowa, as appears in Plat Book F at Page 34 (Now shown at Plat Cabinet A, at Page 86) in the Office of the Recorder of said County Street Address 1425 N. 9TH AVE. PL. E., NEWTON,IA The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale 01/14/2014 Time of Sale 10:00 AM Place of Sale 2300 LAW CENTER DRIVE, NEWTON, IA This sale not subject to redemption. Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and file appropriate notice, if applicable. Judgment Amount $121,715.87 Costs $1,311.00 Accrued Costs PLUS Interest 5% OF $110,352.56 FROM 06/22/2013 Attorney SAYER,BRIAN G. (319)232-3304 Date 11/13/2013 Sheriff JOHN R. HALFERTY December 16 & 23 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S LEVY AND SALE Jasper County Sheriff Office 2300 Law Center Drive Newton, IA 50208 641-792-5912 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR JASPER COUNTY STATE OF IOWA JASPER COUNTY SS DOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) 13-5143(1) COURT NO. EQCV118522 SPECIAL EXECUTION Plaintiff: NATIONWIDE ADVANTAGE MORTGAGE COMPANY, vs Defendant: BLACKWELL, JEANNIE I. A/K/A JEANNIE BLACKWELL; - IN REM Defendant: ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JEANNIE I. BLACKWELL, A/K/A JEANNIE BLACKWELL, AND CITIFINANCIAL, INC.,- IN REM As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: Lots One and Two in Block Two of Carrier's Meadows Addition to the City of Newton, Jasper County, Iowa, as shown by Plat Book B, at Page 614 in the Office of the Recorder of said County Street Address 901 W. 5TH ST. S., NEWTON,IA The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale 01/21/2014 Time of Sale 10:00 AM Place of Sale 2300 LAW CENTER DRIVE, NEWTON, IA This sale not subject to redemption. Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and file appropriate notice, if applicable. Judgment Amount $49,789.50 Costs $1,272.70 Accrued Costs PLUS Interest 5.875% OF $49,789.50 FROM 09/10/2013 Attorney ELKIN, DAVID R. (515) 244-3188 Date 11/21/2013 Sheriff JOHN R. HALFERTY December 16 & 23 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S LEVY AND SALE Jasper County Sheriff Office 2300 Law Center Drive Newton, IA 50208 641-792-5912 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR JASPER COUNTY STATE OF IOWA JASPER COUNTY SS DOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) 13-5154(1) COURT NO. EQCV117868 SPECIAL EXECUTION Plaintiff:RANDOM PROPERTIES ACQUISITION CORP III vs Defendant:BURNETT, MARK; IN REM Defendant: BARBARA M. BURNETT - IN REM Defendant: AND PARTIES IN POSSESSION – IN REM As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: Commence at the Northeast Corner of the Northeast Quarter of Section Twenty-nine, Township Eighty North, Range Eighteen
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NEWTON, IOWA Notice is hereby given that the Newton City Council approved Schedule 13-6: Assessments for the Expenses of Nuisance Abatement has been filed with the Jasper County Treasurer under the authority of Iowa Code §364.12. The assessments may be paid in full or in part without interest within thirty days, and thereafter all unpaid special assessments bear interest at the rate specified by the council. All properties are located within the City of Newton, Iowa. Schedule 13-6. Deed/Contract Holder Parcel Number Address Total Amount Assessed Failor, Dorothy 0834402006 625 E. 5th St. S. $250.00 S & T Investment I-1 0834187001 303 S. 3rd Ave. E. $145.94 Krier, Nathan 0827377009 427 N. 8th Ave. E. $162.50 Bayview Loan Servicing 0834201019 604 N. 3rd Ave. E. $125.00 December 23 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S LEVY AND SALE Jasper County Sheriff Office 2300 Law Center Drive Newton, IA 50208 641-792-5912 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR JASPER COUNTY STATE OF IOWA JASPER COUNTY SS DOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) 13-5220(1) COURT NO. EQCV117911 SPECIAL EXECUTION Plaintiff:WELLS FARGO BANK N.A., vs Defendant: BEALS, RICHARD W.; - IN REM Defendant: SPOUSE OF RICHARD W. BEALS; WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., CITY OF COLFAX, STATE OF IOWA; - IN REM DEFENDANT: AND PARTIES IN POSSESSION - IN REM As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: Lots 4 and 5, Block 11 and part of Block 12, described as follows: Commencing at the Northwest corner of said Block 12, thence North 90 degrees 00' East 33.82 feet on the North line thereof to the point of beginning, thence continuing North 90 degrees 00' East 113.05 feet on said North line, thence South 0 1 degrees 21' East 88.10 feet to the Southwesterly line of said Block 12, thence North 59 degrees 23 ½' West 132.95 feet on said Southwesterly line, thence North 0 1 degrees 57' West 20.43 feet to the point of beginning, all in SHEPHERD'S ADDITION to Colfax, Jasper County, Iowa Street Address 239 E. SPRING STREET, COLFAX, IA The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale 01/28/2014 Time of Sale 10:00 AM Place of Sale 2300 LAW CENTER DRIVE, NEWTON, IA This sale not subject to redemption. Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and file appropriate notice, if applicable. Judgment Amount $100,245.07 Costs $1,420.00 Accrued Costs PLUS Interest 4.5% OF $100,245.07 FROM 02/06/2013 Attorney SAYER, BRIAN (319) 234-2530 Date 11/26/2013 Sheriff JOHN R. HALFERTY December 23 & 30 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S LEVY AND SALE Jasper County Sheriff Office 2300 Law Center Drive Newton, IA 50208 641-792-5912 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR JASPER COUNTY STATE OF IOWA JASPER COUNTY SS DOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) 13-5141(1) COURT NO. EQCV118516 SPECIAL EXECUTION Plaintiff: WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., vs Defendant: MCGUIRE, ANDREW T.; - IN REM Defendant: AND RHYANNA N. MCGUIRE; - IN REM As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: Lot Three of Beacon Hill, a Subdivision of part of Lot B of the Subdivision of the Northeast
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S LEVY AND SALE Jasper County Sheriff Office 2300 Law Center Drive Newton, IA 50208 641-792-5912 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR JASPER COUNTY STATE OF IOWA JASPER COUNTY SS DOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) 13-5399(1) COURT NO. EQCV118487 SPECIAL EXECUTION Plaintiff: WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. vs Defendant: STRAIGHT, WILLIAM F.; CITIFINANCIAL INC. - IN REM Defendant: NANCY M. STRAIGHT; SKIFF MEDICAL CENTER;- IN REM Defendant: PARTIES IN POSSESSION – IN REM As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: Parcel “A” of part of the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section Twenty-one, Township Eighty-one North, Range Nineteen West of the 5th P.M., Jasper County, Iowa, as appears in the plat of survey of record in Book 970 at Page 451 in the Office of the Recorder of said County Street Address 8655 HWY. 14 N., NEWTON, IA The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale 02/04/2014 Time of Sale 10:00 AM Place of Sale 2300 LAW CENTER DRIVE, NEWTON, IA This sale not subject to redemption. Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and file appropriate notice, if applicable. Judgment Amount $86,418.23 Costs $1,329.67 Accrued Costs PLUS Interest 3.25% OF $84,028.35 FROM 10/18/2013 Attorney ERICKSON, DAVID M. (515) 288-2500 Date 12/10/2013 Sheriff JOHN R. HALFERTY December 23 & 30
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S LEVY AND SALE Jasper County Sheriff Office 2300 Law Center Drive Newton, IA 50208 641-792-5912 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR JASPER COUNTY STATE OF IOWA JASPER COUNTY SS DOCKET NO. (SALE NO.) 13-5195(1) COURT NO. EQCV118287 SPECIAL EXECUTION Plaintiff: WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, vs Defendant: WIELARD, JEFFREY D; - IN REM Defendant: PAMELA ANN WIELARD; - IN REM DEFENDANT: AND PARTIES IN POSSESSION - IN REM As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: The North Sixty-three feet of the North half of Block Seventy-six in the City of Monroe, Jasper County, Iowa, EXCEPT the West One Hundred Thirty-two feet thereof. Street Address 303 S. JASPER ST., MONROE, IA The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale 01/28/2014 Time of Sale 10:00 AM Place of Sale 2300 LAW CENTER DRIVE, NEWTON, IA This sale not subject to redemption. Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and file appropriate notice, if applicable. Judgment Amount $109,214.35 Costs $1,943.50 Accrued Costs PLUS Interest 4.5% OF $103,290.92 FROM 05/29/2013 Attorney SAYER,BRIAN (319) 234-2530 Date 11/25/2013 Sheriff JOHN R. HALFERTY December 23 & 30
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Integrated Treatment Services to offer Drunk Driving School, OWI evaluation services By Zach Johnson Daily News Staff Writer Integrated Treatment Services LLC looks at the long-term success of not only its patients but its business as well. Terry and Karen Sallis will be offering both the official Drunk Driving School and OWI Evaluation at ITS. With more than 35 years of substance abuse and treatment services between them, Terry and Karen have recognized that many centers have a break in services, and they wanted to create a seamless path of services, allowing community members to complete both Drunk Driving School and have an OWI evaluation at the same location. “No other treatment facility in the state offers both classes at their individual facility,” Owner Terry Sallis said. “We believe here at Integrated Treatment Services that clients should get a seamless array of services, sort of a onestop shop.” The program for the Drunk Driving School and the evalu-
Zach Johnson/Daily News Terry Sallis, Terris Sallis and Karen Sallis go over the reading and workbook material for the Drunk Driving school that will be offered Integrated Treatment Services along with the OWI Evaluation Service.
ation is through Prime For Life, which is the official program not only for Iowa but for 47 other states as well. The second business move by the Sallis family is the addition of an intern, their son Terris Sallis. He is currently pursuing a degree in social work at Wartburg College. Terris wants to specialize in clinical psychology. For Terris to get certified in Iowa, he will have to do an addition 1,000 hour internship, which Terris is still undecided if he will do at ITS or at another agency.
“We want to give him a firsthand experience, not just in running a counseling session but in the running of an agency, which includes interacting with the community and major players that are included in running an agency,” Sallis said. “It’s an understanding, the business is only as good as the relationship that you have with all the players.” Terry still has more plans for the future of ITS with having a video treatment as a supplement
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to the services, which will be programmed through Skype. “We still have some licensing and certifications with Iowa Board of Social Work and Iowa Board of Certification,” Terry said. “We wouldn’t be the first treatment center in the country to offer it but would be the first treatment center in the state to offer this supplement to its clients.” Staff writer Zach Johnson may be contacted at (641) 792-3121, ext. 425, or at zjohnson@ newtondailynews.com.
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Sunday, after the storm’s conclusion, the agency had received nine calls for assistance. Six incidents were considered to be non-emergencies, with vehicles sliding off of the roadway without any injuries or damage. Two single-vehicle accidents occurred overnight, one involving a semi in which the driver did not need any medical assistance and another involving a car in which multiple passengers were surveyed for minor injuries. The final accident occurred around 9 a.m. Sunday, again involving a semi with no injuries reported. The current five-day forecast shows a 70 percent chance of light snow on Tuesday and flurries on Christmas day.
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“People think of us as a Salvation Army or a Red Cross because the brand is similarly known,” Padget explained. “People miss that by giving to us, you’re giving to 26 different community programs. Instead of writing 26 different checks, you can write one. That’s a big piece that I run into, people not knowing.” During the United Way’s kickoff luncheon in September, Padget explained people don’t need “Donald Trump money” to make an impact and that just a dollar a week makes a difference, a fact he reiterated. Using 2010 Census figures from Jasper County, Padget estimated if everyone of the county’s 16,2856 households donated just $1 dollar a week for one year, the United Way would raise $846,872. This figure is almost three times the amount of the United Way’s goal and nearly twice of what it says it actually needs. “We are trying to increase the impact that we have without as much money,” Padget said. “It’s just difficult trying to provide more with less.” The United Way is accepting donations for this year’s campaign until March 31 and plans on starting the process of distributing checks to partner agencies in January. To make a contribution, contact the United Way of Jasper County at (641) 7921684.
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