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Hoven to have license reinstatement hearing By AMY HANSEN

OST news editor • ahansen@osceolaiowa.com

An Osceola chiropractor who engaged in lewd conduct with his patients is attempting to have his license reinstated. Dr. Stuart Hoven, with Clarke County Chiropractic and Winterset Family Chiropractic, has applied for reinstatement of l i c e n s u r e Hoven from Iowa Board of Chiropractic. A hearing is scheduled 10:30 a.m. July 9 at the Lucas State Office Building in Des Moines. According to the Iowa Board of Chiropractic, Hoven engaged in unethical conduct or practiced harmful or detrimental to the public. It was determined Hoven had improper sexual conduct with, or made suggestive, lewd, lascivious or improper remarks or advances to a patient numerous times in 2005, 2009 and 2012. This isn’t the first time Hoven has attempted to have his license reinstated through Iowa Board of Chiropractic. In September 2013, the board denied reinstating Hoven’s license. The board determined Hoven isn’t allowed to file for reinstatement again until he has met all of the board’s conditions concerning the future safety and welfare of patients. First complaint Hoven was issued a license to practice as a chiropractor in the state of Iowa in 2001. According to court documents, in April 2005, the board found Hoven had engaged in unethical conduct

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Mayor Fred Diehl, right, presents former Osceola City Councilman Glenn Schaff with a plaque of appreciation for his service to the city. Schaff also received a standing ovation during a June 4 Osceola City Council meeting.

‘Worth every minute’ City council honors Schaff during meeting By AMY HANSEN

OST news editor ahansen@osceolaiowa.com

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Fourteen years is a long time to serve on anything, but that’s what former Osceola City Councilman Glenn Schaff did for his city council. “It is an honor for me to present to a gentleman who has served the council longer than anyone I know, and his name is Glenn Schaff,” said Mayor Fred Diehl during a council meeting June 4. “The city of Osceola here recognizes and thanks Glenn ‘Jiggs’ Schaff for 14 years of service on the Osceola City Council. Congratulations.” Diehl presented Schaff with a plaque in appreciation of his service to the city. Schaff also received a standing ovation from the people attending the council meeting. Schaff had won re-election for the at-large council seat in the November 2013 election. However, in early May, he resigned from his seat citing various reasons.

There are two ways a city council can fill a vacancy — by appointing someone to fill an at-large seat or scheduling a special election. Osceola City Council has scheduled a special election date of Tuesday, Aug. 5, to fill Glenn Schaff’s at-large seat. Candidate petitions must be in by July 11. Once elected, the new at-large council member would hold the seat through the remainder of Schaff’s term, which is through December 2017. During a May 20 city council meeting, the council approved Schaff’s resignation and scheduled a special election to fill the at-large seat. Round of thanks During the award presentation, Diehl said “Glenn was very, very instrumental in helping get these streets paved and sidewalks and all the rejuvenation that we’ve done with these streets. Thank you very much for your

service.” Schaff also addressed the council and the crowd after he had received his honor. “I just want to thank everybody for helping me with these 14 years and the support that I get out of this community,” he said. “They were all good years. Sometimes you’d think it’s not worth it, but it was worth every minute.”

when he improperly touched the breasts of two female patients and made suggestive remarks to them. According to the board, before Hoven’s current suspension, he was still allowed to practice but must have had a female, nonfamily member chaperon at all times when providing treatment to female patients. Hoven was not allowed to perform any soft-tissue chiropractic treatment to female clients on or around the breast. His license was then returned to full privileges in July 2010. Most recent complaints The most recent allegations arose from a complaint by a female patient who said Hoven had touched her breasts during a chiropractic visit Feb. 14, 2012. According to the board, on May 11, 2012, another female patient reported she went to Hoven for chiropractic treatment in 2009 and claimed he “cupped her breast during one session and rubbed against her during a second.” The woman didn’t make a complaint in 2009 because she was “embarrassed.” However, in May 2012, the woman’s husband saw a television newscast about Hoven and a complaint was filed against him. The board decided to suspend Hoven’s license. Court documents further state Hoven’s current suspension meant he could not apply for reinstatement until he completed a comprehensive assessment regarding professional sexual misconduct. It was further ordered that not until Hoven has completed the provisions of his suspension will the board Please see HOVEN, Page 4

Council approves second readings of housing redevelopment ordinances By AMY HANSEN

OST news editor • ahansen@osceolaiowa.com

Osceola City Council has taken the next step forward in housing redevelopment on the west side of the city. This includes the area known as The Meadows, as well as other zoning issues in the city. During a June 4 Osceola City Council meeting, the council approved the second reading of an “R-60” singlefamily residential district of the Osceola Zoning Ordinance. Single family means only one family can live in the dwelling. “Your honor, just as a reminder to the council, this article would create the R-60 zoning district, which accommodates a narrower SINGLE COPY PRICE: 75¢

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singlefamily lot, but the rest of the ordinance w o u l d m a t c h what we currently Wheeler have in place in now for a single family,” said Ty Wheeler, Osceola city administrator/ clerk. Councilman Chris Dorsey asked if Wheeler had received any public comment on the zoning ordinance since the last city council meeting May 20. “Not about the creation of the ordinance,” Wheeler said. “And, as we’ve talked about at the last meeting, this article isn’t necessarily

created because of the development that we’re working on, but will be deployed in various parts of the city where appropriate.” The Meadows, Plats 1 and 2 Next, the council approved the second reading of an ordinance rezoning The Meadows, Plat 1, to an “R-60” single family residential district. Plat 1 comprises Truman Road and the north half of Primrose Lane. “We’re rezoning what’s currently out there from the multi-family to the new R-60 single family,” Wheeler said. Finally, the council approved the second reading of the ordinance rezoning

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THURSDAY • JUNE 12, 2014

FOR THE RECORD

SHERIFF’S REPORT

STATE PATROL REPORT

L O C A L W E AT H E R

No citations were issued cited for failure to maintain after an accident 11:31 p.m. control after an accident 6:50 May 31 on Interstate 35 near p.m. June 3 at the intersecmile marker 42. tion of Doyle Street and InAccording to an Iowa terstate 35. State Patrol report, MarAccording to an Iowa tha Nyakong Rut, 41, of State Patrol report, McCorDes Moines, driving a 2007 mick, driving a 2001 Ford Dodge north on Interstate north on Interstate 35 in the 35, struck a deer. right-hand lane, lost control Damage estimate is $5,500. of the vehicle at the Doyle —————— Street bridge overpass. No citation were issued afMcCormick’s vehicle ter an accident 7 p.m. May 30 crossed the left lane, entered in the Fareway parking lot in the interstate’s median and Osceola. struck a center guard rail. According to an Iowa The vehicle came to a stop State Patrol report, Dar- in the south, left lane facing ren Glen Flaherty, 31, of west. Saint Charles, driving a 2014 Damage estimates are Dodge police charger, was $2,000 to McCormick’s veconducting a traffic stop on a hicle and $1,000 to the guard 2012 Ford driven by Gerald rail owned by the state of Jean Stuart, 78, of New Vir- Iowa. ginia. —————— Stuart was looking for a No citations were issued parking spot in the Fareway after an accident 9:40 p.m. parking lot and didn’t notice June 1 at the intersection of Flaherty’s vehicle behind Highway 34 and 190th Street. him. Stuart backed his veAccording to an Iowa hicle into Flaherty’s vehicle. State Patrol report, Michele Damage estimates are Ann Phillips, 63, of Derby, $100 to Stuart’s vehicle and driving a 2007 Chevrolet $1,500 to Flaherty’s vehicle. west on Highway 34, struck POLICE REPORT —————— a deer. Owen Chandler McCorDamage estimate is Julie Ann Boyce, 42, was Cameron Alan Scott, 20, mick, 21, of Muscatine was $2,500. was charged with domes- issued a citation to appear tic assault, second offense, for animal at-large May 25. May 20. —————— —————— Chanse Lee Furman, 28, COLLEGE NEWS Scott Joseph Poradek, 35, was issued a citation to apwas charged with public in- pear for animal at-large Graceland University President’s List. May 29. toxication May 20. LAMONI — The honWhitney West of Osceola —————— —————— or roll lists for Graceland has been named to the PresiCassandra Marie Chiri, University’s 2014 spring dent’s List. Luke Thomas Muselman, 19, was charged with disor- 28, was charged on a war- term have been announced. —————— derly conduct May 21. rant for driving under sus- Graceland commends the Saint John’s University pension May 30. —————— students who have devoted COLLEGEVILLE, —————— Levi Alan Joseph Wilson, their efforts and talents to Minn. – Joseph Lampe, son 19, was charged with assault Billy Jack Terrell, 31, was their academic success. of Brad and Amy Lampe of causing injury May 22. charged with driving under Graceland University Osceola, participated in the —————— suspension May 30. students with a perfect 4.0 commencement ceremony Christopher Alan Wright, —————— grade-point average are at Saint John’s University Paul George Boosalis, 45, named to the President’s May 18 in the Saint John’s 24, was charged with operating a motor vehicle while was charged on a warrant List. Students with a GPA Abbey and University for child support June 2. intoxicated May 24. between 3.65 and 3.99 are Church, Collegeville, Minn. —————— —————— named to the Honors List. Lampe is a candidate to Gary Bertrand Crawford Kevin Dean Neer, 56, was Students with a GPA be- receive a bachelor of arts Jr., 27, was charged with charged with driving while tween 3.25 and 3.64 are degree in mathematics with criminal mischief and pub- suspended June 3. named to the Dean’s List. the honor cum laude. Cum —————— lic intoxication May 24. Jayce Finnell of Truro has laude indicates a cumulative —————— Craig Alan Hughes, 51, been named to the Dean’s grade-point average of 3.65. Ilir Kasa, 22, was charged was issued a citation to ap- List. —————— with selling or giving alco- pear for simple assault June Deborah Morgan of HuMorningside College 5. hol to minors May 25. meston has been named to SIOUX CITY — Several —————— —————— the President’s List. area residents were among George William DougMichael Casey Noel, 29, Zachary Robinson of the 87 graduate students was charged with willful in- las, 21, was charged with Grand River has been to receive a Master of Arts domestic assault, serious, named to the Honors List. jury May 25. in Teaching degree from —————— June 6. Madeline Sulentic of Tru- Morningside College in ro has been named to the Sioux City at the end of the Honors List. spring semester. Caitlin Weeks of New VirSheryl Sexauer from ACCIDENT ginia has been named to the Lorimor. According to a Clarke County Sheriff’s report, Melissa Joann Wilson of Murray reported she has been receiving harassing text messages from Michael James Chamberlain. On June 2, harassment charges for the text messages were filed against Chamberlain. Chamberlain is to appear in court at a later date. A no-contact order has been requested. —————— According to a Clarke County Sheriff’s report, Michael James Chamberlain of Afton reported he has been receiving harassing text messages from Melissa Joann Wilson. On June 2, harassment charges for the text messages were filed against Wilson. Chamberlain is to appear in court at a later date. A nocontact order has been requested. —————— Jason Bradley Klinkham-

No citations were issued after an accident 9:25 p.m. June 3 in the 2000 block of Country Club Road. According to a Clarke County Sheriff’s report, Ashley Jo Kearney, 17, of

mer, 34, of The Colony, Texas, was charged with one count of possession of a controlled substance, two counts of felon in possession of a firearm and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia 11 a.m. June 3. The original date of offense was June 1. On June 2, Klinkhammer was arraigned and bond was set. As of June 5, Klinkhammer is still awaiting to post bond. —————— Harold Fitzpatrick of Osceola reported someone had attempted to take an airconditioning unit at his rental property between Oct. 1 and May 30. The airconditioning unit is destroyed because of damage caused when someone attempted to take it. Loss estimate is unknown at this time. This incident is under investigation by Clarke County Sheriff’s Office.

Osceola, driving a 2002 Chrysler, swerved to miss a deer. Kearney’s vehicle left the road, rolled over and landed on its top. Damage estimate is $4,000.

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OBITUARIES

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Michael Pett Des Moines

Michael James Pett passed away on April 21, 2014. M i k e was a loving father, s o n , Pett brother a n d friend. He was born on September 12, 1949 in Osceola, Iowa to Kenneth and Wildon (Lou) Pett. Mike was a long life resident of Des Moines, Iowa and spent his retirement years in Udon Thani, Thailand where he passed away. Mike was preceded in death by his father Kenneth Pett and Grand-

Gene Garrison Osceola

Gene Garrison, 54, of Osceola died May 31, 2014, of a stroke, at Mercy Hospital in Des Moines. G e n e Garrison was cremated, and no formal service is planned. Kale Funeral Home, 301 S. Main St., assisted with arrangements. Online condolences may be left at www.kalefuneralhome.com. Gene Louis Garrison, son of Florence Louise SoperGarrison-Hawkins and Gene LaVerne Garrison, was born Oct. 17, 1959, in

mother Colva Taylor. He is survived by his mother Lou Pett of Osceola, Iowa; his children Joe Pett of Waukee, Iowa; Lori Shearer of Missouri; his siblings Elaine Garner (Mike) of Montana and Jason Pett and family of Osceola, Iowa; his grandchildren and Olga Pett, ex-wife and friend of Waukee, Iowa. A memorial service will be held June 21st at 2:00pm at Christsway Church, 201 Leann Drive, Osceola, IA 50213; followed by scattering of his ashes at a later date. Our thanks and gratitude to the staff at the American Citizens Services in Bangkok, Thailand for the care and kindness provided during our time of grief and to all his friends and family for the support provided.

Osceola. Gene received his education at Lucas, Wayne and Clarke schools. He went to Lincoln Tech in Des Moines for mechanic schooling and graduated with honors. He had been working at Eastside Auto for a number of years. Gene is survived by his mother Florence Louise Hawkins of Osceola; brother Charles A. Hawkins of Corydon; sister Dawn Knusel; sister-in-law Julie Garrison; uncles, John and Marvin Garrison; three nephews; two nieces; and many other aunts, uncles and cousins and a host of friends.   Gene was preceded in death by his father; brother Brad Garrison; grandmother Cleo Garrison; grandfather Lewis Soper; grandmother Lola Soper; uncle Richard Allen; and aunt FloraBelle Allen.

Kenneth Johnson Jr. Leon

Kenneth Johnson Jr., 41, of Leon died June 4, 2014, at Decatur County Hospital in Leon. Services were Johnson 11 a.m. Saturday, June 7, at Kale Funeral Home, 301 S. Main St., Osceola. The Rev. Shane Simpson officiated. Interment was in Newbern Cemetery in Warren County, south of Lacona. Memorials may be directed to his family. Online condolences may be left at www.kalefuneralhome.com. Kenneth LeRoy Johnson Jr., son of Linda Jean (Wright) and Kenneth LeRoy Johnson Sr., was born Jan. 29, 1973, in Des Moines.

Leona Wanda Collins Truro

Leona Wanda Collins of Truro died June 7, 2014, at Clarke County Hospital in Osceola.

Harland Collins Weldon

Harland Collins, 85, of Weldon died Feb. 28, 2014,   at Southern Hills Specialty

Kenny grew up in the Woodburn area and attended Clarke Community Schools. He graduated in 1992. Kenny is survived by his parents, Linda and Kenneth Johnson Sr. of Woodburn; significant other Beth Chumbley of Leon; sons, John Johnson of Woodburn, Cory Johnson of Lacona and Andrew and Austin Clarke, both of Rockford, Ill.; daughter Ashley Berhow of Osceola; grandchildren, Erick Johnson and Ileyah Islas; sister Tami (husband Chris) Curry of Hartford; brother David Johnson of Woodburn; nieces, Kirstin and Tristine Viers; nephew Kayden Johnson, as well as other relatives and many friends. Kenny was preceded in death by his grandparents, Judy Johnson, Jack Wright, Betty Garcia and Lester Johnson; aunt Kim Sanford and uncle Jackie Wright.

Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. Friday, June 13, at Kale Funeral Home, 301 S. Main St., Osceola. Interment will be in Maple Hill Cemetery in Osceola. Visitation will be Thursday with the family present 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

Care in Osceola. Graveside services will be held 10:30 a.m. Saturday, June 14, at Wheelis Cemetery in Decatur County. Kale Funeral Home, 301 S. Main St., Osceola, is in charge of arrangements.

THURSDAY • JUNE 12, 2014

CLUB NEWS CARSPA met 9:30 a.m. Monday, June 9, at Osceola Senior Center with Dotti VanWerden presiding and 16 members present. VanWerden began with a humorous reading about obtaining inner peace by finishing things in your life. Hostesses were Marge Faulkner and VanWerden. They served coffee and muffins made by Faulkner’s granddaughters. Jeri Lytton accompanied the group with the singing of “Grace.” The program was given by Carla May. May helps people organize the clutter of their lives and homes. She suggests three choices when you attempt this goal: Keep, toss and donate. Several of us accumulate too much in our homes and we can “recycle” or “relocate” items to become more organized - keeping only what we need. Members Jan Chambers, Linda Foland, Karen Adwell, Mildred Ashley, Sharon Cameron, Bev Ed-

wards, Eleanor Gage, June Lohr and Jeri Lytton attended the IRSPA District Spring meeting in Perry May 14. They reported the cinnamon rolls for coffee time and the noon meal. The work sessions were helpful and guest speakers were interesting: A retired school librarian with her memory book and the spokesperson for Iowa State Fair Blue Ribbon Foundation. The host unit accommodating to elderly and handicapped persons attending. The meeting adjourned at 10:30 a.m.

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Thank You! Thank you to everyone that attended our Annual Ribeye Dinner. A BIG thank you to the Clarke County Cattlemen for cooking, and to all of the local businesses that donated supplies.

The family of Dale Robert Hart would like to express their heartfelt appreciation to Pastor David Harrington and Pastor Carla Crosser Harrington for the beautiful service and comforting words for the family. - Thank you to the ambulance staff from Clarke County Hospital - To Kale Funeral Home, a “Special” thank you to Todd, Mark, Carol and Cheryl for taking such great care of us. - To Wilma Bacon, Lana Denly, Charles and Chris Paul, Bob and Linda Cogner, Darren and Racquel Mann, Janeen Saddoris, Dick Ramsey, Cathie Johnson, Roger and Katherine Grimm and Eva Decker for being there for all of us. We couldn’t have done it without your support. - Thank you for all the calls, cards, food, flowers, lighting a candle in his memory and the donations for a memorial in his honor. You have all helped to ease the loss and we are so grateful. He had a love of life and a sense of humor that warmed the hearts of everyone who knew him...He was an unforgettable person who has left all who loved him with warm and happy memories. Maryla R. Hart, Deanna & John Cobb, Robert Ryan Hart and friend Cindy Gleichman, Hannah Kim Hart, Chelsey Rae Brady, Abigail Kim Hart, Jessica Cobb, Jordan Nicole Hart, Elle Nicole Hart, Samantha Ryan Hart

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EDITORIAL/NEWS

THURSDAY • JUNE 12, 2014

Posekany honored at Buena Vista University

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To clarify By Randy Fairchild Tama

In regards to my recent letter to editor, not everyone in Osceola felt that way about me. There is a lot of good people in Osceola. For the people that don’t know what I stand for, I am a redneck. I love my family and

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STORM LAKE — Tesia Posekany of Woodburn was recently honored at Buena Vista my country and stand up for what I University’s (BVU) student recbelieve in. I do attend church and be- ognition event. She is a recent graduate of BVU who majored lieve in God. I also have compassion for people. I have helped alot of people. You can check me out by going to the Osceola full gospel church Facebook and look for biblenabigrig. Have a great blessing.

in biology. Posekany received the Biology Senior of the Year Award from BVU’s School of Science. She was also one of nine students to receive the Clifford A.

Rae Academic Achievement Award. This endowment supports annual awards for prequalified, high-performing BVU science majors each academic year.

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consider any application for reinstatement. The assessment took place at the Behavioral Medicine Institute (BMI) of Atlanta, Ga. On July 10, 2013, Hoven had a licensure reinstatement hearing before Iowa Board of Chiropractic. However, in September 2013, the board determined not to reinstate Hoven’s license at that time. July 9 hearing In Hoven’s upcoming July 9 license

hearing, Iowa Board of Chiropractic will serve as the presiding officer. Court documents state Hoven “may appear personally and be represented by counsel at (his) own expense. (He has) the right to produce evidence on (his) behalf, cross-examine witnesses and to examine any documentary evidence introduced at hearing.” If Hoven fails to appear at the hearing, the board may enter a default decision or proceed with the hearing and render a decision in his absence.

REDEVELOPMENT: for the single-family dwellings, but won’t build the homes. However, the Meadows, Plat 2, with “PUD.” they will build the duplexes, including PUD stands for planned unit devel- the infrastructure and the grading. opment. During previous city council meetDuring the May 20 meeting, the ings, public frustrations and concerns council entered into a development have been voiced about developing agreement with Kading Properties multi-family dwellings. for the area, which is a portion of land Wheeler has publicly stated the relocated on the south end of the The development project is really a resalMeadows. vaging project because of a bad develWhat’s developing? The proposed development agree- opment deal in that area 10 years ago Contributed photo ment for the development of The with Midwest Homes Incorporated. Wheeler said city officials were ap- Tesia Posekany, left, receives honors from a Buena Vista University representative. Meadows, Plat 2, called for no fewer than 42 single-family property lots proached by Kading Properties with and the construction of no fewer than development proposals to fix the 22 two-family dwellings, also known housing problem made many years REAL ESTATE ago. as duplexes. While the city council may have The following real estate transactions $342,720. Kading Properties shall be responor Lien Holders, Sheriff’s Deed sible for the design and construction approved all of the second reading of were filed in the office of the Clarke William H. and Nancy B. Porto Great Western Bank, Townof all infrastructure associated with the ordinances, they still have to have County Recorder. The price is an ter Warranty Deed to Ted and ship 73, Range 24, Section 3 and estimate based on transfer stamps the project. Kading will sell the lots three readings for final approval. needed at the rate of 80-cents per Melanie Halls, Township 72, Osceola Hutton Subdivision, Lot $500 of transaction. If no price is Range 27, Section 4, $24,000. 17, $190,850.85. listed, the transaction was less than QSRE Iowa LLC Warranty Robert A. Burchett and Lynda $500 or no money was involved in the transaction at this time. Deed to Sundance Inc., Osceola Burchett (POA) Warranty Deed West Parkway Subdivision, Lot to Dustin W. Mathews, Osceola David A. and Deborah L. 2, $725,203. Webster First Addition, Block 5, Lensing Warranty Deed to Dale Charles R. and Kristina I. Sligh Lot 4, $76,000. R. and Bernice L. Kitner, Town- Warranty Deed to Matthew A. Guardianship and Consership 73, Range 25, Section 8, and Mallory S. Morris, Township vatorship of John L. Heilman $33,000. 72, Range 24, Sections 28 and 33, Warranty Deed to Kyle M. and Dustin W. Mathews Warranty $940,792. Emilee R. Halls, Township 72, Deed to Brian O. and Theresa D. Janet Huffer Warranty Deed Range 25, Section 31, $365,942. Gerling, Township 72, Range 25, to Martin R. Perez, Osceola Derschel D and Shirley J. PenSection 20, $190,000. Sears Addition, Block 3, Lot 7, nock Warranty Deed to Z & Z Michael T. and Susan M. Spell- $20,000. Farms Inc., Osceola East View erberg Warranty Deed to Ryan J. Clifford E. and Sherry Coyle Heights #2 Addition, Lot 3, and Amanda Kirk, Township 73, Warranty Deed to Keith E. $122,700. Range 27, Sections 2, $205,935. and Joyce A. Adams, Original SVD Catholic Universities Inc. Charles R. and Connie L. Live- Osceola, Block 7, Lots 6 and 7, Warranty Deed to Booner Ridge OST photo by AMY HANSEN say Warranty Deed to Jason and $15,000. LLC, Township 71, Range 25, This plat map of housing redevelopment at The Meadows is located for Amy Boyer, Township 71, Range Charles R. and Kristina I. Sligh Section 8, $64,674. viewing at Osceola City Hall. 24, Sections 5 and 8, $240,000. Warranty Deed to Leon Johnson, Heartland Whitetail Outfitting Cole M. and Tara S. Page War- Township 71, Range 24, Sections LLC Warranty Deed to Michael ranty Deed to Julie A. Furman, 1 and 2 and Township 72, Range R. and Teresa Jackson, TownTownship 73, Range 25, Section 24, Lots 35 and 36, $1,208,859. ship 72, Range 27, Section 17, 28, $119,900. Scott L. and Jessica L. Smith $330,000. Mark Avery and Miyuki Os- and Sherry L. and Timothy R. Matthew Snell and Stephanie Osceola PEO, Chapter K, is spon- produced and narrated by Marie hiro Warranty Deed to Elizabeth Kluender Warranty Deed to Jose L. Lavigne Warranty Deed to soring a fundraiser tea 10:30 a.m. Pritchert. Kane, Woodburn Sigler Addi- A. Davalos, Township 72, Range Christian R. Dekker, Original Saturday, June 21, at Osceola United Proceeds from the tea are used for tion, Lots 30, 31, 32, $10,000. 25, Section 9, $130,000. Osceola, Block 12, Lot 5, $41,000. Methodist Church. Heartland Whitetail Outfitting educational scholarships and grants Clarke County Sheriff, Paul Menno D. and Rebecca H. The tea is open to anyone who for women worldwide. Tickets are LLC Warranty Deed to Maver- Langille and spouse, Kristine Schumucker Warranty Deed to wishes to attend. Scones, tea sandwiches and desserts will be served. $10. For more information, call 641- ick Land & Cattle LLC, Town- Kallman and Spouse, City of Brian Behrens, Township 71, ship 72, Range 27, Section 20, Osceola, Unknown Judgement Range 27, Section 2, $218,500. The program is a vintage style show 342-6425. Continued from Page 1

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Akers open house planned County committee nomination period begins An open house is planned in honor of Gary and Linda Akers on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary.

The event is planned noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 21, at Milo Community Center. No gifts are requested.

Farmers, ranchers and other agricultural producers may begin nominating eligible candidates to serve on local Farm Service Agency county committees, announced Joyce Frost, county executive director for the Clarke-Decatur County Farm Service Agency (FSA) office. “County committees play a vital role in the administration of federal farm programs and the positive effect they have on rural communities,” Frost said. FSA county committees make decisions on commodity price support loans, conservation programs, di-

Osceola Community Diversity Garden open house planned Herbs add spice to your life. Osceola Community Diversity Garden’s open house is planned 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 26. Guest speakers include Alexi Groumoutis, local foods coordinator Donna O’Neill, Hy-Vee’s Garden Center Maki Barber and Milkin Thyme.

Osceola Community Diversity Gardens is located behind Farm Bureau, 2215 N. Main St., in Osceola. Rain or shine, people are invited to bring their own lawn chairs while listening to the guest speakers. For more information, contact Clarke County Extension Office at 641-3423316.

saster programs, employing county executive directors and other significant agricultural issues. This year, Local Administrative Area 1, located in Clarke County, will be selecting a representative for the county committee. To hold office as a county committee member, a person must participate or cooperate in a program administered by FSA, be eligible to vote in a county committee election and reside in the local administrative area in which the person is a candidate, among other requirements. Individuals may nominate themselves or others

as candidates. Additionally, organizations representing minorities and women may nominate candidates. All nominees must sign nomination form FSA669A, which includes a statement that the nominee agrees to serve if elected. Form FSA-669A is available at USDA Service Centers and online at: http://www.fsa.usda.gov/ elections. All nomination forms for the 2014 election must be postmarked or received in the local USDA Service Center by close of business on Aug. 1, 2014. The county committee nomination period began June 2, 2014. Voting takes

place in the fall. Ballots will be mailed to eligible voters by Nov. 3, 2014. The final day to return voted ballots to the local USDA Service Center is Dec. 1, 2014. Newly elected county committee members take office Jan. 1, 2015. Become involved by nominating and voting in the local county committee. For more information on the county committee election process, eligibility requirements, or other programs administered by FSA contact the ClarkeDecatur County FSA office at Osceola or visit FSA on-line at: www.fsa.usda. gov.

Graceland graduates were awarded 313 bachelor’s degrees, 181 master’s degrees, and the very first six Doctor of Nursing Practice degrees from Graceland at the 117th

annual commencement convocation held Sunday, May 18, on the Lamoni campus. The following area students were among the 2014 graduating class:

Brian Cole of Osceola graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Madeline Sulentic of Truro graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree.

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George Burns in concert Osceola Public Library Foundation and Clarke Area Arts Council present “George Burns: Alive again and in concert!” The public is invited to join broadway and film actor Duffy Hudson as he takes a stroll down nostalgia lane. George Burns sings, dances and tells stories as only

Graceland University LAMONI — Graceland University celebrates the graduation achievement of 500 graduates, hailing from 38 states and 11 countries.

George Burns can. This 75 minute, one-man musical and comedy performance of George Burns will be a delight to the entire family. The free event is scheduled 7 p.m. Saturday, June 14, at Osceola Country Club. For additional information, call Osceola Public Library.

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Central Decatur junior pitcher Hanna Mendenhall reaches forward as she makes a diving catch on a short popup, as teammate Caitlyn Saxton looks on in the background during Friday’s game. Lenox defeated the Cardinals 10-5 in a makeup game that was rescheduled because of several Cardinal players competing at the state golf meet earlier in the week. Stats from the game were unavailable at press time.

Murray 14, Mormon Trail 1 HUMESTON — Kate Patton led off the game with her third home run of the season, sparking Murray to a 14-1 win over Mormon Trail here on June 5. Patton finished with three hits and three RBI, in addition to allowing just two hits in the pitching circle with nine strikeouts. Brandi Gilbert also fini s h e d with three hits for the Lady Mustangs, w h i l e McKenzie McIntosh and Mad- Gilbert dy Martin each recorded two hits. Gilbert drove in three runs. McIntosh finished with two RBI and Martin drove in one.

Murray 18, O-M 1 MURRAY — Murray picked up an 18-1 win over Orient-Macksburg here Friday as part of the Murray Tournament. The two teams were tied 1-1 after the first inning, but Murray exploded for 14 runs in the top of the second inning. Kate Patton, McKenzie McIntosh and Megan Oswald each had two hits.

Patton, McIntosh, Madison G o n s eth and Brandi Gilbert all drove in two runs Patton apiece. Patton pitched a threeinning one-hitter. The Saturday games of the Murray Tournament were completely rained out and will not be made up.

Interstate 35 7, MSM 4 MARTENSDALE — Interstate 35 scored six runs in the first two innings to hold on for a 7-4 win over Martensdale-St. Marys here on June 5. The Roadrunners had nine hits for the game, five of which were doubles. Senior Brittany Mease went 2-for-4 at the plate with a double and three runs batted in for the Roadrunners. Eight-grade left fielder Keann Williamson was 1-3 at the plate with a double and two RBI. Freshman Josie Wickett hit a double and drove in one run for Interstate 35. Shai Major and Carlyn Stanley hit the other doubles for the Roadrunners. Stanley pitched the complete game, allowing four runs on six hits with four

walks and three strikeouts.

Interstate 35 15, SW Valley 0 TRURO — The Interstate 35 offense exploded for 15 runs in a three-inning shoutout victory over Southwest Valley here on Friday. Senior Brittany Mease had a big day at the plate, going 3-for3 with three runs scored, a double, a home run Mease and six runs batted in. Freshman third baseman Riley Morris recorded only one hit in the win, but that one hit was a big one. Morris walked the Roadrunners off with a grand slam home run to reach the 15-run mercy rule in the bottom of the third inning. Shai Major hit a double and drove in one run. Slye Richardson and Keann Williamson each drove in one run. Jenna Sandquist swiped two bases in the win. Carlyn Stanley allowed just one hit in the win, striking out five with one walk. The Class 3A sixth-ranked Roadrunners, now 6-1 for the season, return to action today at home against Pleasantville in a Pride of Iowa Conference matchup.

Area baseball MSM 10, Interstate 35 0 ST. MARYS — Intersate 35 dropped to 1-4 for the season with a 10-0 loss to Martensdale-St. Marys here on June 5. The Roadrunners were held to just three hits in the loss. Freshman Levi Sandquist went 2-for-2 at the plate with a double to lead the Interstate 35 offense. Cole Daniels recorded the only other hit for Interstate 35. Lucas Ealy took the loss on the mound, throwing

3 1/3 innings and allowing nine runs on five hits and five walks, while striking out three. Sandquist pitched 1 2/3 innings of relief, allowing one run on one hit.

Bush hit a double and stole two bases. Senior John Young and freshman Elijah Smith both had two hits for the Roadrunners.

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SE Warren 6, Central Decatur 2

TRURO — Southwest Valley picked up the first win in school history here Friday in a 16-9 slugfest over Interstate 35. The Roadrunners recorded 13 hits in the loss. Freshman Brock Bush and sophomore Cole Daniels each finished with three hits.

MILO — Central Decatur was limited to just one hit in a 6-2 loss to Southeast Warren here on June 5. Dylan Gibson picked up the lone hit for the Cardinals. Daniel Weir drove in Please see BASEBALL, page 8

Clarke baseball dropped to 0-4 for the season with losses to Moravia and a doubleheader sweep at the hands of conference foe Eddyville-BlakesburgFremont. Clarke lost an 18-8 game against Moravia on June 4. The Indians trailed just 4-2 entering the fourth inning, but the Mohawks struck for three runs in the fourth inning and four in the fifth. Moravia scored three more in the sixth inning before Clarke answered with four runs of its own, but the Mohawks plated four more in the in the top of the seventh inning. Clarke scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh to get to the final 18-8 margin. Yahia Aly took the loss on the mound for the Indians, throwing two innings and giving up five hits, issuing two walks and striking out one. Trevor Kirkpatrick threw two innings, allowing seven runs on eight hits with one walk and one strikeout. Devin Wills gave up six runs on two hits and four walks with two strikeouts. Senior Jacob Redman pitched one inning, giving up one run on no hits and three w a l k s with one strikeout. At the p l a t e , sophomore GaReece

ble Reece finished the game 3-for-4 with a home run and two runs batKirkpatrick ted in. Kirkpatrick hit a double and drove in two runs, in addition to stealing three bases. Landon Spurgin drove in one run on a double for the Indians.

E-B-F doubleheader Clarke jumped out to an early lead on EddyvilleBlakesburg-Fremont, scoring two runs in the top of the first inning of the first game. The Indians held a 2-1 lead going into the bottom of the second inning, but the Rockets responded with eight runs and then scored six more in the bottom of the fourth innings, scoring a 16-2 win in five innings. Reed Kale swiped three bases in the loss for Clarke. Reece drove in one run for the Indians. Kale recorded the only hit of the game for the Indians. Sophomore Zach Harmsen pitched 4 1/3 innings, taking the loss after surrendering 16 runs on 12 hits with six walks and one strikeout. Freshman Grant Wishon pitched 2/3 of an inning with one hit and two walks. The nightcap proved to be a much closer contest, as Clarke took the Rockets to extra innings, where Eddyville-BlakesburgFremont walked off in the eighth inning with a 5-4

win. Once again, Clarke held an early lead at 1-0, before the Rockets tied it at 1-1 in the bottom of the first inning. The Indians struck for three runs in the top of the third inning and held a 4-1 lead until EddyvilleBlakesburg-Fremont scored three runs of its own in the bottom of the fifth inning. Harmsen went 2-for-3 at the plate for the Indians with a double and two runs batted in. Reece and Harmsen D r a k e W e d e l each hit a double, while Wedel and Spurgin each drove in one run. Reece took the loss on the mound for the Indians, pitching all eight innings. He surrendered five runs on just seven hits, walking six and striking out 10. Clarke returns to action today with a home doubleheader against South Central Conference opponent Centerville.

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Girls camp: Clarke head girls basketball coach Eric Zoske hosted a youth girls basketball

camp June 2-4. In total, Zoske said 40 girls in grades 3-8 attended the camp, which was about 13 more girls than participated in his first camp last year. Zoske gave out a medal each day, not based on talent, but on effort and sportsmanship. He also gave out a trophy for each age group to someone who stood out in each drill and was positive whether winning or losing a challenge.

New Iowa company teams with athletes to ‘Strike Out Cancer’ Teaming for a Cause launches this week to strike out cancer. Teaming for a Cause partners with sports teams and their fans across the United States to raise money for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The Osceola, Iowa based company, provides sports jerseys to teams to wear during charity games. Money is raised at charity games through the sale of custom-made t-shirts. Teaming for a Cause donates a portion of these sales to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. “At Teaming for a Cause, we recognize the importance of a healthy, engaged community,” said Chance Porter, the company’s founder. “Supporting the community in which we work, play, and live is not just an idea, but our responsibility. Giving to causes which strengthen our schools, families, and charities elevates us as bet-

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ter players, coaches, parents and fans.” Teaming for a Cause is looking for other softball and baseball teams across the U.S. that want to partner together this summer to Strike Out Cancer. Coaches, players, fans or booster clubs may contact Teaming for a Cause to schedule an event at teamingforacause@gmail.com or (641) 223-8050. Teaming for a Cause will continue to raise money throughout the year during different sports seasons, and will identify other

non-profits to benefit from the generosity of athletes and their fans. “Our goal is to raise more than a half-million dollars each year for charity,” said Porter. Teaming for a Cause is also dedicated to boosting school spirit. The company works with teams to create custom design t-shirts which highlight the cause, the school name, mascot or logo, and even a team roster on the backside of Please see CANCER, page 8

Class 1A — 1. AkronWestfield 9-0; 2. New London 6-0; 3. Lynnville-Sully 6-1; 4. AGWSR 7-1; 5. Janesville 4-0; 6. Martensdale-St. Marys 6-2; 7. Charter Oak-Ute 8-1; 8. Remsen St. Mary’s 7-3; 9. Newell-Fonda 3-5; 10. Wayne 6-3; 11. Mason City Newman Catholic 4-1; 12. Exira/ Elk Horn-Kimballton 6-0; 13. Murray 4-0; 14. Marquette Catholic 10-1; 15. Sigourney 4-1. Class 2A — 1. Highland 5-0; 2. Durant 9-0; 3. Logan-Magnolia 5-0; 4. Central Springs 6-0; 5. Eddyville-BlakesburgFremont 6-1; 6. Woodbury Central 7-2; 7. Maple ValleyAnthon-Oto 6-1; 8. North Union 4-1; 9. Iowa City Regina 4-4; 10. Alta-Aurelia 5-1; 11. BCLUW 8-2; 12. Alburnett 8-3; 13. Fort Dodge St. Edmond 6-1; 14. Ridge View 4-2; 15. Emmetsburg 4-1. Class 3A — 1. Osceola Clarke 5-3; 2. BondurantFarrar 5-2; 3. Sergeant BluffLuton 3-2; 4. Benton 9-4; 5. East Marshall 8-3; 6. Interstate 35 4-1; 7. Sioux Center 4-0; 8. East Sac County 6-0; 9. Crestwood 6-1; 10. Iowa FallsAlden 4-1; 11. Center PointUrbana 6-4; 12. New Hampton 5-3; 13. West Burlington Notre Dame (NA); 14. Spirit Lake 3-1; 15. Anamosa 4-1. Class 4A — 1. Dallas Center-Grimes 6-0; 2. Norwalk 6-0; 3. Solon 10-0; 4. Fort Dodge 7-0; 5. Carlisle 7-0; 6.

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Cedar Rapids Xavier 6-0; 7. Davenport Assumption 8-0; 8. Ballard 5-2; 9. Fairfield 5-1; 10. Oskaloosa 7-0; 11. West Delaware 7-1; 12. Indianola 1-4 13. North Scott 7-2; 14. Waverly-Shell Rock 2-0; 15. Winterset 6-2. Class 5A — 1. Johnston 4-0; 2. West Des Moines Valley 6-0; 3. Cedar Rapids Jefferson 10-0; 4. Waukee 7-0; 5. Ankeny Centennial 2-2; 6. WDM Dowling Catholic 3-1; 7. Southeast Polk 3-1; 8. Cedar Rapids Prairie 4-2; 9. Bettendorf 4-2; 10. Ottumwa 7-1. Source: Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union.

Fairfield; 5. West Delaware; 6. Dubuque Wahlert; 7. Waverly-Shell Rock; 8. Harlan; 9. Cedar Rap;ids Xavier; 10. Glenwood. Others receiving votes: Saydel, Perry. Class 2A — 1. Dyersville Beckman; 2. North Polk; 3. Roland-Story; 4. Mount Vernon; 5. Van Meter; 6. Wilton; 7. Council Bluffs St. Albert; 8. Fort Dodge St. Edmond; 9. Iowa City Regina; 10. South Winneshiek. Others receiving votes: Monticello, Treynor, New Hampton, Cascade, Clayton Ridge/Central. Class 1A — 1. Twin Cedars; 2. Mason City Newman; 3. Van Buren (Keosauqua); 4. Le Mars Gehlen; 5. Remsen St. Marys; 6. Martensdale-St. Marys; 7. Gilbertville Don Bosco; 8. Coon Rapids-Bayard; 9. Lawton-Bronson; 10. BGM (Brooklyn). Others receiving votes Algona Bishop Garrigan; Lisbon; North Mahaska; Pleasantville; GliddenRalston; Logan-Magnolia; Underwood; Janesville. Source: Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association.

Baseball Class 4A — 1. Dubuque Hempstead; 2. Ankeny Centennial; 3. Cedar Rapids Kennedy; 4. WDM Dowling Catholic; 5. Des Moines East; 6. West Des Moines Valley; 7. Iowa City West; 8. Fort Dodge; 9. Cedar Falls; 10. Waukee. Class 3A — 1. Sioux City Bishop Heelan; 2. Davenport Assumption; 3. Clear Lake; 4.

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Central Decatur 6, Bedford 1 LEON — Central Decatur scored a 6-1 Pride of Iowa Conference win over Bedford here on Friday, improving to 2-5 on the season. Dylan Gibson pitched a complete game two-hitter, walking four and striking out seven to pick up the victory. Noah Bishop hit a triple and drew two walks, driving in three runs for the game out of the leadoff

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OSCEOLA LIFEPOINT ASSEMBLY OF GOD, 801 N. Fillmore, 641.342.2334, Chuck DeVos, Lead Pastor, Chad Queener, Youth Pastor. Sunday - 9 am & 10:30 am, Worship, 9 am, Bible Classes. Wednesday - 7 pm - Kid’s Activities, Focal Point Youth & Prayer Meeting. Web site: www.lifepointministries.net CALVARY BIBLE CHURCH, 2225 N. Main. Transportation provided by Church if needed. 641342-4778. Sunday - 9:45 a.m. - Sunday School. 11 a.m. - Morning Worship. 6 p.m. - Sunday Evening Services. 7 p.m. Wednesday, Bible Study & Prayer. Web site: www.calvaryosceola. org CHRIST’S WAY CHURCH, Shane Simpson, pastor, 201 Leann Drive, 641-3426181 or Sunday - 9 a.m. - Sunday School, 10 a.m. - Worship Service. Wednesday - 6:30 p.m. - Youth Groups & Adult Bible Study. Sunday - 6:30 p.m. - Worship. Bible Studies are offered throughout the week. Call for schedule.

Priority pricing By the Rev. Dr. Al Adams

First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Osceola

The district sales meeting was in full swing. “It’s priority pricing power!” the presenter declared. “Say that with me: It’s priority pricing power!” He went on to explain that advertised sale items (you know, like the five packages of index cards for a dollar, or those buy one, get one free offers) might seem small and unimportant. In reality, however, selecting them is a big priority, thus “priority pricing power!” He continued, “Those ‘little things’ are what bring people in to see the big things we really want them to buy!” So the most important thing wasn’t the big, showy, seemingly important things. It was the “priority” items that fell at the bottom of most of our lists — paper clips, pens, paper. Those big things showcased in the store windows might look important, but it’s marketing and sales of the everyday things that really attracts people and brings them in to see the rest. Think about this conversation between Jesus and some of His followers: Then the mother of the sons of Zebedee came to him with her sons, and kneeling before him, she asked a favor of him ... “Declare that these two sons of mine will sit, one at your right hand and one at your left, in your kingdom.” ... (Jesus said) “It will not be so among you; but whoever wishes to be great among you must be your servant, and whoever wishes to be first among you must be your slave; just as the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life a ransom for many.” So things which have the biggest effect are the small ones Wednesday - 7 p.m. Mid-week Bible study and prayer service. Weekly small groups call for info. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Southern Baptist, 900 South Fillmore. 641-4143740. Sunday - 9:30 a.m. - Sunday School. 10:30 a.m. - Morning Worship Service - 6:00 p.m. Bible Study. Wednesday evening services - 6 p.m. Point of contact — 641414-3740.

CHURCH OF CHRIST, Douglas Berry, evangelist, 3310 West McLane, 641-342-2720. Sunday - 7:30 a.m.-”Search” on Channel 23 KCWI. 9:30 a.m.-Bible Classes. 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Worship. Wednesday - 7 p.m. - Worship and Bible FIRST CHRISTIAN Study. CHURCH (Disciples of Christ), 300 South CHURCH OF JESUS Main St., The Rev. Dr. CHRIST LATTER- Al Adams, minister, DAY SAINTS, East on Sunday - 9 a.m. - Sunday Highway 34, 641-342- school for all, 10 a.m. 6333. Sunday - 10 a.m. - Worship, Wednesday, -Sacrament meeting. 5:30 p.m. Soul Cafe wor11:20 a.m. - Sunday shipful supper. School and Primary. 12:10 p.m. - Relief GRACE BIBLE CHURCH S o c i e t y - P r i e s t h o o d . OF SOUTHERN IOWA, Wednesdays - 2:00-8:00 meets at 410 N. Dewey p.m. - Family History Osceola. Cass Young, Center. pastor. 641-342-7110. 10:00 a.m. Church COMMUNITY OF Service. CHRIST CHURCH, 414 LIGHT OF GRACE, 400 East McLane, Elder Tom E. Cass St., 641-745Meyer, pastor, 342- 7257, Victor Lochman, 2553. 9:30 a.m. - Sunday pastor, worship Sunday, School. 10:00 a.m. 10 a.m. FAITH FELLOWSHIP, Evangelical Free Church, 230 S. Fillmore, Pastor Sheldon Lorenson, 342-6603. Youth Pastor Darrin Baumfalk. Sunday - 9:00 a.m. Sunday School. 10:00 a.m. - Morning Worship.

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IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH, 101 E. View Place, Rev. J.R. Wheeler, pastor, 641-342-3121. Sunday - 9:00 a.m. God’s Service. 10:15 a.m. - Sunday School. Wednesday - 7:30 p.m. Elders & Deacons meet-

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we might not even notice — the everyday stuff. Jesus is telling James, John, their mother and us that it’s the everyday — the seemingly small and many times unnoticed — everyday servants who are great in God’s kingdom. This pastor, and those in positions like his, have much less power than we (or they) might think. Jesus is reminding us that worldly vision doesn’t always match heavenly vision. In fact it seldom, if ever does! It’s really those everyday servants who are the greatest in God’s eyes; they have (are you ready?) ... Priority Servant Power! So go ahead, be a paper clip – share with others how knowing and following Christ helps you hold life together. Go ahead, be a pen – let God write Kingdom news in and through you. Go ahead, be a sheet of paper for Christ – let God write the good news all over you for those you meet to read. The “Big News” IS the good news of Christ, and you are God’s everyday “priority power servant.” It’s you who will attract and lead others to the best news they’ll ever hear – that Jesus Christ, the son of the living god, came to give His life that we would live our lives in His grace. It’s Priority Servant Power! Feel it! Live it! Share it!

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METHODIST CHURCH, Dwayne Henrichs, pasOSCEOLA FULL GOSPEL tor. Sunday - 11 a.m. CHURCH, 700 Colorado, - Morning Worship Osceola, IA. Pastor Service. James R. Sheesley. Sunday - Sunday School, LA IGLESIA DE DIOS DE LA PROFECIA, Lilia 9:30 a.m. - Morning Perez, Pastora. 1215 S. Worship, 10:45 a.m. Main St, Osceola. Dia - Evening Worship, 6 de Cultos: Domingo p.m. Wednesday - Bible - 10:30 a.m., Escuela Study, 7 p.m. Website: Dominical. 11:30 a.m., www.osceolafullgospel- Servicio. Martes - 6:00 church.com p.m., Oracion. Jueves 6:00 p.m., Misioneros. S E V E N T H - D A Y Viernes - 6:00 p.m., ADVENTIST, corner Hogares. of Hwy. 69 and 152, SDA50213@yahoo.com. MEDORA UNITED Saturday - 9:30 a.m. - METHODIST CHURCH, Sabbath School. 11:00 Keith Putney, pastor, a.m. - Church Service. 641-449-3544. Sunday 9:00 a.m. - Worship, 9:15 ST. BERNARD CATHOLIC a.m. - Church School. CHURCH, 222 East Pearl. 641-342-2850. Fr. David Polich. English mass CHARITON on Sundays at 10:30 ST. ANDREWS a.m. Spanish mass on Sundays at noon. Misas EPISCOPAL CHURCH, espanol los domingos 1112 Hillcrest Court, Chariton, IA (North 12 p.m. on Highway 14). Rev. UNITED METHODIST Sue Palmer. 641-774CHURCH, 130 W. Grant 4911. Sunday Worship St. Osceola, 641-342- Service: 9:15 a.m. 2830. Julie M. Poore, pastor. Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. www (Wonderful MURRAY Wednesday Worship). CHURCH OF CHRIST, Sunday: Worship; 9 a.m. 430 Third St., Murray, Nursery available. IA 50174, 641 4472569. Minster - Brian McCracken. Activities: HOPEVILLE Sunday - 9:30 a.m. HOPEVILLE UNITED Sunday School; 10:30 METHODIST CHURCH, a.m. - Worship; 6 p.m. Dwayne Henrichs, pas- Bible Study. Wednesday tor, 641-338-2248. - 3:30 p.m. - J.A.M. 7 Sunday -10 a.m. - p.m. - Bible Study/Youth Morning Worship. 11 Groups. a.m. - Sunday School. MURRAY BAPTIST CHURCH, 641-447-2487. LACELLE UNITED

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Corner of 3rd and Grant Streets. Pastor Alex Bauman. Sunday - 9:45 a.m. - Sunday School. 11 a.m. - Morning Worship. 6 p.m. - Sunday Evening Service. 7 p.m. - Jr./ Sr. High Youth Group. Wednesday - 7 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study. 3rd Thursday each month - 7 p.m. -Ladies Missionary Group.

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CHRISTIAN UNION CHURCH- 8 miles north of Ottawa, Dan Newell, pastor. Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday school, 10:30 a.m. morning worship.

TRURO P E R U - T R U R O UNITED METHODIST PARISH, Truro, 641765-4782. Sandy Smith, Pastor. Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday School Worship-11:00 a.m. Peru 8:30 a.m. Worship. T R U R O CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, Truro, Shonda Deranleau, pastor, 641765-4524. Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School -10:30 a.m. Worship.

VAN WERT VAN WERT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Rick Hawkins, pastor. Sunday - 10:30 a.m. - Morning Worship Service. 9:30 a.m. Children’s Sunday School. VAN WERT ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH, Pastor Butch Black, Sunday - 10 a.m. - Sunday School. 11 a.m. - Worship. Wednesday - 6:30 p.m. Bible Study.

WELDON SMYRNA FRIENDS CHURCH, 6 miles E. & 1 mile N. of Weldon, Charlie Coffey, minister. Sunday - fellowship and coffee 10 a.m. Church starts at 10:30 a.m. Worship.

MURRAY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 707 Maple St., Pastors Brandon Campbell, Sandy Smith. Sunday Worship 11 a.m.-12 p.m., children’s church during worship; Fellowship and WELDON CHRISTIAN Adult Lessons 10 a.m. CHURCH, Weldon, Dennis Huffman, Ed West, co-pastors. Sunday - 9 a.m. - Sunday NEW School. 10 a.m. - Church VIRGINIA Service. CWF meets first GRACE BAPTIST and third Wednesdays CHURCH- 304 Knotts at 7 p.m. St., New Virginia, UNITED Sunday worship - 10 WELDON a.m. Wednesday eve- METHODIST CHURCH, ning — Youth, 7 p.m., Rick Hawkins, pastor. Sunday 9:30 a.m. Prayer, 7:30 p.m NEW VIRGINIA Church Service. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Box 301, Keith Putney, pastor. 641-449- WOODBURN 3779. Sunday - 10:30 W O O D B U R N a.m. - Worship. Sunday CHRISTIAN CHURCH, School 9:15 - 10:15 a.m. Willa Heaberlin - Pastor, NEW VIRGINIA Gary Parsons, Sunday CHRISTIAN CHURCH School superintendent. (Disciples of Christ), 604 Morning Worship - 9:30 Main Street, 641-449- a.m., Sunday School 3421, Sunday - 10 a.m. 9:30 a.m. - Sunday School. 11 a.m. - Church. W O O D B U R N METHODIST CHURCH, Tom Murr, pastor. OTTAWA Sunday - 8:45 a.m. BETHEL CHAPEL Worship Service.

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pursuant to Division VI of Chapter 384 of the Code of Iowa, to hold a public hearing and to advertise for bids, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OSCEOLA, IOWA: Section 1. That it is hereby determined that it is necessary and advisable to construct certain public improvements described in general as 2014 STREET IMPROVEMENTS, in the manner set forth in the plans and specifications and form of contract, above referred to, the cost thereof to be paid in accordance with the provisions as set out in the published Notice of Hearing and Letting, said public improvements being more generaling poles or jug fishing will ly described as follows: 2014 STREET be allowed. Anglers IMPROVEMENTS NORTH must KOSSUTH, NORTH DEWEY, NORTH remain in sight of these EAST STREETS Construct 2014 Street Improvements labor, materilines at allincluding times, alland follow als and equipment necessary to construct all other fishing regulations approximately 5,000 square yards of 7inch andPCC areaPavement rules. with integral curb, 1,070 linear feet of storm sewer in open will culverts, be allowed cut,Trot 12-inchlines to 21-inch, intakes, manholes, driveways, sidewalks, longitu(name and modular address must be dinal sub drain, block retaining wall, excavation, backfill, surface restoraattached), however lines tion, erosion control, testing, mobilization, maycontrol not be across entire traffic andset miscellaneous work, including cleanup. Section 2. That to the water body. It is illegal amount of bid security to accompany each bid be inor an amount shall consellshallfish stockwhich captured form to the provisions of the notice to bidfishapproved into public All ders as a part waters. of said specifications; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Clerk be and is hereby directed to publish notice to bidders once in the Osceola Sentinel-Tribune, a legal newspaper, printed wholly in the English language, published at least once weekly and having general circulation in this City. Publication shall not be less than four clear days nor more than forty-five days prior to June 26, 2014, which is hereby the asIowa of fixed the date Department for receiving bids. Said bids are to be filed prior to 2:00 P.M. on Natural Resources, said said date; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that bids shall be received and while the weather is not opened at a public meeting as provided in what hunters the publicupland notice andbird the results of said bids be considered a meeting is of hadshallhoped for,at there this Council on July 1, 2014, at 7:00 o'some progress pheasclock P.M.; and, BE IT on FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Clerk is hereby ant habitat. Landowners designated as the authority to receive and open said bids on behalf in of the City of began enrolling continOsceola, Iowa; and, BE IT FURTHER uous CRPthatontheMonday. RESOLVED, Clerk be and is hereby directed publish notice “This istogreat newsof hearfor ing once in said newspaper, said publication to be not less than four clear days nor more than twenty days prior to the date hereinafter fixed as the date for a public hearing on the final plans, specifications, form of contract and estimate of cost for said project, said hearing to be at 7:00 o'clock P.M. on July 1, 2014. Roll Call Vote: Fotiadis, aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye, motion carried. Ty Wheeler - City Administrator/Clerk updated council on the status of upcoming projects and activities. Hooper thanked the Police chief for the monthly report and would like to see the fire do something similar each month. Walkup would like to see a depot report and glad to see the mowing is going smoothly. Dorsey wanted to thank Mayor for the presentation of the recognition of Glenn Schaff years of services for the community. Fotiadis would like to see more community involvement with Council meetings and questions some property's that hadn't been mowed yet. Mayor Diehl discussed the election turnout. Motion by Dorsey and second by Hooper to approve the consent agenda, which include May 20th minutes; and the following claims: Paid per Chapter 7 in Cityfollow Ordinances: EFTPS Payroll 05/23/14.........................$8,565.39 Collection Service Center Payroll Deductions .......................$410.20 Direct Deposit Payroll 05.23.14.......................$24,985.03 EFTPS Payroll 05/30/2014.....................$7,268.18 Collection Service Center Payroll Deductions .......................$410.20 Direct Deposit Payroll 05.30.14.......................$21,495.35 IPERS Payroll Deductions...................$22,866.59 Daron Toney Payroll / 281456............................$221.46 Daron Toney Payroll / 281558............................$249.91 George Fotiadis Payroll /281559................................$46.17 Teamster Local Union Payroll Deductions/ 281560 ........$308.00 Aflac Payroll Deductions /281561.........$508.20 United Healthcare Insurance / 281562.....................$2,154.22 Mutual of Omaha Insurance/ 281564 ........................$484.51 Met Life Insurance /281567......................$2,439.05 Mutual of Omaha Insurance / 281568........................$202.14 United Healthcare Insurance /281569....................$29,115.99 Grand Total ............................$121,730.59 Bills & Claims: Alliant Energy Utilities .......................................$9,455.27 Andrew Construction Co. Services ......................................$1,120.00 Austin Taylor Compensation ...............................$114.52 Barco Mun. Products Services .........................................$638.98 Barco Products Services .........................................$394.61 Bob's Auto Supply Supplies..........................................$199.20 Bob's Custom Trophies Supplies............................................$73.55 Bryce Thomas Compensation ...............................$458.08 Bud Jones Construction Services ......................................$2,709.63 Byron Jimmerson Compensation ...............................$419.91 C.L. Carroll Co, Inc Services ......................................$2,676.80 Card Service Center Services ......................................$2,447.13 Carpenter Uniform& Promotional Services ...........................................$11.69 Charlie Beeker Compensation ...............................$496.25 Christine Vanburen Reimb...............................................$35.00 Clapsaddle-Garber Assoc. Services ....................................$12,921.16 Clarke County Animal Shelter Contibution ................................$2,000.00 Clarke County Dev. Corp. TIF ............................................$86,179.27 Clay Andrew Compensation ...............................$343.56 Cody J. Kent Compensation ...............................$114.52 Cole-Parmer Services .........................................$194.02 Corey Clark Compensation ...............................$758.08 Cr Services Services .........................................$894.39 Curtis Clark Compensation ...............................$458.08 D & D Pest Control Services ...........................................$55.00 D.A. Davidson & Co Services ......................................$1,000.00 Donnie Mccuddin Compensation................................$834.43 Earnest Pettit Compensation ...............................$496.25 G & L Clothing/Commercial Services .........................................$132.58 Grimes Asphalt & Paving Corporation Services ......................................$1,232.24 Hach Company Supplies..........................................$206.82 Hd Supply Waterworks Supplies..........................................$771.82 Highway Lumber Supplies..........................................$219.28 Hy-Vee Food Stores Supplies..........................................$174.85 Ideal Ready Mix Co. Supplies.......................................$1,674.00 Imwca Insurance.....................................$9,145.00 Iowa City/County Management Assoc Dues................................................$150.00 Jesse Maher Compensation ...............................$229.04 Jim Cartwright Compensation ...............................$643.56 Jim's Sanitation& Truck Repair Services ....................................$27,384.96 Jones Lang Lasalle Brokerage,Inc Services ......................................$3,600.00 Kd Tires, Llc Services .........................................$300.00 Keystone Laboratories, Inc Services ......................................$1,446.00 Kyle Wilson

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motion carried. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Dorsey to approve the land transfer pending the legal description, all voting aye motion carried. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Hooper to approve RESOLUTION NO. 2014-34 A RESOLUTION APPROVING APPLICATION(S) FOR TAX ABATEMENT UNDER THE CITY-WIDE URBAN REVITALIZATION PLAN BE IT RESOLVED, that application from the following persons for the following projects be approved by the City Council of Osceola, Iowa and that they be forwardstabilized, evaluation of ed to the County an Assessor, for the physical review of the improvements, the outlet structure after willthebeissuance of a building permit by the Zoning done, andifarequired plan will bealready deAdministrator and not secured. veloped to address the leak. Name Users Crystal should Ciecalone expect limited Property Address access to the lake. 601 S Jackson Type of Improvement Anglers with a valid fishResidential Remodel ing be aye; allowed Rolllicense Call Vote:will Fotiadis, Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye;nummotion to harvest any size or carried. Motion Fotiadis and second by ber of by largemouth bass, Walkup to decline the sewer adjustment channel catfish, and all for 210 E Cass, all voting aye motion carried. other fish species from Q Motion by Fotiadis and second by Pond.to Any fish-A Hooper approvenumber Resolution of 2014-35 RESOLUTION SETTING NON-UNION SALARIES FOR 2015 WHEREAS, The City Council of the City of Osceola has entered into a three year contract for FY 2014, 2015, and 2016 with the Teamster Union Local 238 for the Public Works and Parks & Rec union employees; and, WHEREAS, the Union Contract calls for a 2.5% increase to the Union pay scale; and, WHEREAS, the City Council wishes to increase the non-union pay-scale birds at a rate increase or fewer equal to that of the Union pay-scale; and, than lasttheyear. The nesting WHEREAS, FY 2015 budget accommodates a 2.5%will increase to the non-union forecast be updated pay-scale; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED the City Council of the by the by August roadside City of Osceola, Iowa that the non-union survey,be increased which byis2.5%. theRollbest pay-scale Call: Fotiadis, Walkup, aye; gauge aye;ofDorsey, whataye; pheasant Hooper, aye; motion carried. hunters expect to find Motion bycan Fotiadis and second by Hooper to fall. approve Resolution 2014-36 A in the RESOLUTION SETTING THE GARBAGE RATE FOR FY up2015 Todd Bogenschutz, WHEREAS, The City Council of the City land wildlife biologist for of Osceola anticipates a revenue decrease from General Fund Property taxes in FY 2015 due to SF 295; and, WHEREAS, the City had previously funded the $5000 per month fee to the South Central Iowa Landfill Agency out of the General Fund Property Tax Revenues; and, WHEREAS, the City will be unable to continue funding the $5000 payment to South Central Iowa Landfill Agency out of the General Fund Property Tax Revenues; and, WHEREAS, the City feels it is most equitable to fund Landfill fees from garbage collection revenues; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Osceola, Iowa hereby establishes a fee of $19.78 for FY 2015 residential solid waste collection. Roll Call Vote: Fotiadis, Aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye; motion carried. Motion by Hooper and second by Fotiadis to approve Resolution 2014-37 for the authorization of the issuance for G.O. Purpose and refunding bonds, roll call vote: Fotiadis, aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye, motion carried. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Hooper to approve RESOLUTION NO. 2014-38 RESOLUTION ORDERING CONSTRUCTION OF CERTAIN PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS, APPROVING PLANS, AND FIXING A DATE FOR HEARING THEREON AND TAKING OF BIDS THEREFOR WHEREAS, it is deemed advisable and necessary to construct certain public improvements described in general as 2014 STREET IMPROVEMENTS, and has caused to be prepared plans, specifications and form of contract, together with estimate of cost, on file in the office of the Clerk for public inspection, for the construction of said public improvements, and said plans, specifications and form of contract are deemed suitable for the making of said public improvements; and WHEREAS, before said plans, specifications, form of contract and estimate of cost may be adopted, and contract for the construction of the public improvements entered into, it is necessary, pursuant to Division VI of Chapter 384 of the Code of Iowa, to hold a public hearing and to advertise for bids, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OSCEOLA, IOWA: Section 1. That it is hereby determined that it is necessary and advisable to construct certain public improvements described in general as 2014 STREET IMPROVEMENTS, in the manner set forth in the plans and specifications and form of contract, above referred to, the cost thereof to be paid in accordance with the provisions as set out in the published Notice of Hearing and Letting, said public improvements being more generally described as follows: 2014 STREET IMPROVEMENTS NORTH KOSSUTH, NORTH DEWEY, NORTH EAST STREETS Construct 2014 Street Improvements including all labor, materials and equipment necessary to construct approximately 5,000 square yards of 7inch PCC Pavement with integral curb, 1,070 linear feet of storm sewer in open cut, 12-inch to 21-inch, culverts, intakes, manholes, driveways, sidewalks, longitudinal sub drain, modular block retaining wall, excavation, backfill, surface restoration, erosion control, testing, mobilization, traffic control and miscellaneous work, including cleanup. Section 2. That the amount of bid security to accompany each bid shall be in an amount which shall conform to the provisions of the notice to bidders approved as a part of said specifications; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Clerk be and is hereby directed to publish notice to bidders once in the Osceola Sentinel-Tribune, a legal newspaper, printed wholly in the English language, published at least once weekly and having general circulation in this City. Publication shall not be less than four clear days nor more than forty-five days prior to June 26, 2014, which is hereby fixed as the date for receiving bids. Said bids are to be filed prior to 2:00 P.M. on said date; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that bids shall be received and opened at a public meeting as provided in the public notice and the results of said bids shall be considered at a meeting of this Council on July 1, 2014, at 7:00 o'clock P.M.; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Clerk is hereby designated as the authority to receive and open said bids on behalf of the City of Osceola, Iowa; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Clerk be and is hereby directed to publish notice of hearing once in said newspaper, said publication to be not less than four clear days nor more than twenty days prior to the date hereinafter fixed as the date for a public hearing on the final plans, specifications, form of contract and estimate of cost for said project, said hearing to be at 7:00 o'clock P.M. on July 1, 2014. Roll Call Vote: Fotiadis, aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye, motion carried. Ty Wheeler - City Administrator/Clerk updated council on the status of upcoming projects and activities. Hooper thanked the Police chief for the monthly report and would like to see the fire do something similar each month. Walkup would like to see a depot report and glad to see the mowing is going smoothly. Dorsey wanted to thank Mayor for the presentation of the recognition of Glenn Schaff years of services for the community. Fotiadis would like to see more community involvement with Council meetings and questions some property's that hadn't been mowed yet. Mayor Diehl discussed the election turnout. Motion by Dorsey and second by Hooper to approve the consent agenda, which include May 20th minutes; and the following claims: Paid per Chapter 7 in City Ordinances: EFTPS Payroll 05/23/14.........................$8,565.39 Collection Service Center Payroll Deductions .......................$410.20 Direct Deposit Payroll 05.23.14.......................$24,985.03 EFTPS Payroll 05/30/2014.....................$7,268.18 Collection Service Center Payroll Deductions .......................$410.20 Direct Deposit Payroll 05.30.14.......................$21,495.35

Payroll / 281558............................$249.91 George Fotiadis Payroll /281559................................$46.17 OSCEOLA SENTINEL-TRIBUNE Teamster Local Union Payroll Deductions/ 281560 ........$308.00 Aflac Payroll Deductions /281561.........$508.20 United Healthcare Insurance / 281562.....................$2,154.22 Mutual of Omaha Insurance/ 281564 ........................$484.51 Met Life Insurance /281567......................$2,439.05 Mutual of Omaha Insurance / 281568........................$202.14 United Healthcarerules still apply. navigation • Removal of the two Insurance /281569....................$29,115.99 Liberalized fishing regu- line/two hook fishing reGrand Total ............................$121,730.59 Bills & Claims: lations for Q Pond will be in striction, however anglers Alliant Energy Utilities effect.......................................$9,455.27 from June 6 through must still adhere to the beAndrew Construction Co. March......................................$1,120.00 1, 2015. Specific reg- ing within visual sight of the Services Austin Taylor ulation changes include: lines Compensation ...............................$114.52 • Mun. Removal For more information, Barco Products of bag and Services .........................................$638.98 length limit restrictions on contact the Iowa DNR Barco Products Services .........................................$394.61 largemouth bass Fisheries Biologist Andy Bob's Auto Supply • Removal of bag limit on Jansen at 641-464-3108 or Supplies..........................................$199.20 Bob's Customcatfish Trophies channel Iowa DNR Conservation Supplies............................................$73.55 Bryce Thomas • Removal of bag limit on Officer Michael Miller at Compensation ...............................$458.08 crappie and bluegill 641-414-2174. Bud Jones Construction Services ......................................$2,709.63 Byron Jimmerson Compensation ...............................$419.91 C.L. Carroll Co, Inc Services ......................................$2,676.80 Card Service Center Services ......................................$2,447.13 Carpenter Uniform& Promotional Services ...........................................$11.69 Charlie Beeker Iowa’s new pheasant re- eral CRP signup this year Compensation ...............................$496.25 Christine Vanburen covery continuous CRP so this is an option that Reimb...............................................$35.00 Clapsaddle-Garber Assoc. practice designed spe- landowners with expiring Services ....................................$12,921.16 cifically to help general CRP should conClarke County Animal Shelter recover Contibution ................................$2,000.00 sider,” he said. pheasant numbers,” BoClarke County Dev. Corp. genschutz said. Information on Iowa’s TIF ............................................$86,179.27 Clay Andrew Iowa has 45,000 acres pheasant recovery continCompensation ...............................$343.56 Cody J. Kent on a first come, available uous CRP is available onCompensation ...............................$114.52 first served basis. line at www.iowadnr.gov/ Cole-Parmer Services .........................................$194.02 habitat. “There will not be a genCorey Clark Compensation ...............................$758.08 Cr Services Services .........................................$894.39 Curtis Clark Compensation ...............................$458.08 D & D Pest Control Services ...........................................$55.00 D.A. Davidson & Co Services ......................................$1,000.00 Donnie Mccuddin Compensation................................$834.43 Earnest Pettit Compensation ...............................$496.25 G & L Clothing/Commercial Services .........................................$132.58 Grimes Asphalt & Paving Corporation Services ......................................$1,232.24 Hach Company Supplies..........................................$206.82 Hd Supply Waterworks Supplies..........................................$771.82 Highway Lumber Supplies..........................................$219.28 Hy-Vee Food Stores Supplies..........................................$174.85 Ideal Ready Mix Co. Supplies.......................................$1,674.00 Imwca Insurance.....................................$9,145.00 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT Iowa City/County Management Assoc usDues................................................$150.00 on facebook - Clarke Athletic BoosterFOR Club CLARKE COUNTY Jesse Maher IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF Compensation ...............................$229.04 MARIA GUADALUPE AVILEZ Jim Cartwright AND ENRIQUE AVILEZ Upon the Petition of Compensation ...............................$643.56 Jim's Sanitation& Truck Repair MARIA GUADALUPE AVILEZ, Services ....................................$27,384.96 Petitioner. Jones Lang Lasalle Brokerage,Inc And Concerning Services ......................................$3,600.00 ENRIQUE AVILEZ, Respondent. Kd Tires, Llc DM NO. 009825 Services .........................................$300.00 ORIGINAL NOTICE Keystone Laboratories, Inc TO THE ABOVE NAMED RESPONServices ......................................$1,446.00 DENT: Kyle Wilson You are hereby notified that there is Compensation ...............................$796.25 now on file in the office of the Clerk of Lanny Jones the above Court, a Petition for Dissolution Compensation .................................$38.17 of Marriage, in the above-entitled action. a copy of which Petition is attached hereto. Lyle Persels Reimb ..............................................$28.78 The attorney for Petitioner, Maria Marc Elcock Guadalupe Avilez, is Sonia Parras Konrad, Services ......................................$3,094.00 whose address is 2925 Ingersoll Avenue, Mediacom Suite 7, Des Moines. IA 50312, telephone Utilities ............................................$69.95 no. (515) 255-9317, facsimile no. (515) Mike Fry 255-9371. Compensation ...............................$972.60 You are further notified that unless, Mike Henry within 20 days after service of this OrigiCompensation ...............................$796.25 nal Notice upon you, you serve, and withNelson Fry in a reasonable time thereafter, file a writCompensation ...............................$419.91 ten motion or answer in the Iowa District Osceola Chamber Mainstreet Court for Clarke County at the Clarke Services ....................................$32,112.66 County Courthouse in Osceola, Iowa, Osceola Farm & Home judgment by default may be rendered Supplies..........................................$426.92 against you for the relief demanded in the Osceola Sinclair Service Petition. Services ...........................................$12.00 This case has been filed in a county Osceola Vet. Clinic that does not utilize electronic filing. GenServices ...........................................$72.10 eral rules and information on electronic Paul Chesnut filing are contained in Iowa Court Rules Compensation ...............................$496.25 Chapter 17. Information regarding rePetty Cash Library quirements related to the protection of perPetty Cash......................................$143.44 sonal information in court filings is conPorter's Prints tain in Iowa court Rules Chapter 17. Supplies............................................$45.00 If you need assistance to participate in Robbie Hurley court because of a disability, call the disCompensation .................................$38.17 ability coordinator at 515-286-3754. PerRobinsons Co. sons who are hearing or speech impaired Supplies............................................$28.73 may call Relay Iowa TTY at 1-800-735Rod Clark 2942. Disability coordinators cannot proCompensation .................................$38.17 vide legal advice. Rotary Club Of Osceola YOU ARE ADVISED TO SEEK LEDues..................................................$51.50 GAL ADVICE AT ONCE TO PRORothamel Farms TECT YOUR INTERESTS Services .........................................$160.00 Scott Olson Murray Community School District Compensation ...............................$267.21 Murray, IA 50174 Sharon Einertson May 15, 2014 Reimb ..............................................$35.00 The Murray Community School Board Snyder Plumbing of Directors met in open session May 15, Services ......................................$1,315.00 2015. The meeting was called to order at Solutions 6:30 pm by President Dennis Jeter. Supplies.......................................$1,223.42 Present: Dennis Jeter, Terri Jones, Aaron South Central Iowa Landfill Agency Peterson, Trevor Robins. Absent: John Siefkas. Also present: Supt. Miller, PrinciServices ......................................$5,000.00 pal Brown and Secretary Justice. Storey Kenworthy /Matt Parrott & Sons Jones/Robins moved to approve the Supplies..........................................$200.27 agenda as posted. Motion carried 4-0. Tobey Clark Stack and Jean Samuelson presented a Compensation ...............................$872.60 stained glass Mustang etching to the disTy Wheeler trict. Mr. Samuelson's artwork will be disReimb ..............................................$77.97 played in the new administrative offices. U. S. Cellular Peterson/Jones moved to approve the Phone..............................................$762.49 consent agenda. Usa Bluebook 1. Minutes of the April 10, 2014 meetServices .........................................$184.69 ing. Vanwall Powersports 2. Fields trips to Omaha, Nebraska and Services ....................................$13,745.97 Osage Beach, Missouri Veenstra & Kimm Inc. 3. Danielle McIntosh, volunteer softball Services ......................................$6,460.10 coach. Whites' Woodworking 4. Tucker Guion 2015 JH Baseball Supplies..........................................$201.19 coach Windstream 5. Cole Baker, JH 2014 Football coach Utilities ..........................................$715.45 6. 2014-15 Athletic Sharing Iowa Girls' Ziegler Inc High School Athletic Union Services ......................................$3,751.36 7. 2014-15 Athletic Sharing Iowa HS Grand Total ..........................$249,463.10 School Athletic Association 1 General .................................$84,098.55 8. Approve balance of contract pay110 Street...................................$5,348.30 ments for retiring staff. 135 Urban Renewal Fund.....$86,179.27 9. Approve summer school staff and 303 FY 2014 Airport payments Hangers .....................................$9,804.32 10. Open enrollments requests. 306 Terminal Area Pavement .$1,010.00 Motion carried 4-0. 307 Warren Ave Paving ..........$2,106.84 Peterson/Jones moved to approve the 310 CDBG Facade Project....$32,112.66 bills submitted for payment. Motion car331 2011 Old Plant Pump..........1,315.00 ried 4-0. 334 S Fillmore to Grade Peterson/Robins moved to approve inLake ...........................................$2,800.00 surance renewal with Hunsicker & Asso335 Old Plant Force.....................$980.00 ciates and approve increased coverage for 336 2014-19 CIP Prof data compromise and violent response inServices ......................................$2,527.10 surance. Motion carried 4-0. 610 Sewer.................................$21,181.06 Peterson/Jones moved to approve recGrand Total ..........................$249,463.10 ommended 2014-15 student meal prices Check Numbers: 281573-281649 and fees. Motion carried 4-0. All voting aye, motion carried. President Jeter called the public hearing There being no further business, motion on the proposed 2014-15 school calendar by Hooper and second by Dorsey to ad- to order. No one was present to make comjourn the meeting at 7:42 PM. All voting ments on or voice objections to the proaye, motion carried. posed calendar. Peterson/Robins moved to Fred Diehl, Mayor approve the 2014-15 calendar with an earAttest: Britanee Ward, Accounting ly start date counting student hours inManager/Assistant City Clerk structional time instead of days, 190 teacher contract days with 36 hours of collaboIN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT ration, and to request an early start waiver FOR CLARKE COUNTY from the Department of Education. MoIN RE THE MARRIAGE OF tion carried 4-0. The public hearing adMARIA GUADALUPE AVILEZ journed at 7:20 pm. AND ENRIQUE AVILEZ Peterson/Robins moved to accept Upon the Petition of Thomas Bus Sales low bid for a 2015 MARIA GUADALUPE AVILEZ, Thomas/Cummins 65 passenger bus. MoPetitioner. tion carried 4-0. And Concerning Peterson/Jones moved to approve parENRIQUE AVILEZ, Respondent. ticipation in Iowa's ASBO's p-Card proDM NO. 009825 gram and to adopt the resolution authorizORIGINAL NOTICE ing participation: Ayes: Jeter, Jones, PeterTO THE ABOVE NAMED RESPON- son, Robins. Nay: None. Motion carried. DENT: Peterson/Jones moved to waive second

Fishing regulations relaxed at Q Pond in Osceola Iowa Department of Natural Resources relaxed fishing regulations at Q Pond in Osceola on June 6, to allow anglers to more freely harvest and utilize fish ahead of the anticipated loss of Q Pond’s water level. The lake’s water level is lowering do to a leak in the drain pipe. The amount of water the lake will lose is not known, but if the level

of the lake reaches the location of the leak, 10 feet or more of water depth could be lost. A water level loss to this extent will decrease the number of fish able to survive in the lake and increase the chances for a winter kill. The lake’s water level will be allowed to stabilize. Once the lake level is

Iowa pheasants faced tough winter, wet spring Iowa’s unseasonably cold and snowy winter and wet spring is not likely to boost its pheasant population. Pheasants typically show population increases following mild winters with spring that are warmer and dryer than normal. Based

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on that weather model, Wednesday, June 4, 2014 Regular Meeting the(UNOFFICIAL western third of Iowa - NOT COUNCIL APPROVED) has the best chance to see City Council met on Wednesday, anTheuptick pheasants due June 4, 2014 atin 7:00 p.m. for the regular work session. average The meeting snowfall was called to to below order by Mayor Fred Diehl with the foland less inches lowing present:than Councileight Members: George Fotiadis, Dave Walkup, Chris Dorsey, and of spring rain. Dan Hooper. City Staff present were Ty Wheeler-City/Administrator/Clerk, BritaThe weather model prenee Ward - Accounting Manager/ Assisdicts of the- Code state tant City the Clerk,rest Dave Leonard Enforcer, Marc Elcockno - City Attorney and to see either population Marty Duffus - Police Chief. Also present

were Derek Lumsden, Sarah Truitt, Donnie McCuddin, Judy Coe, Bill Trickey, Maria White, Ed Stoll, and others that didn't sign in. Bill Trickey presented to Council various flyers that the Clarke County Development Corporation is sponsoring. Trickey also informed Council on the several activities/projects that CCDC is currently working on. Mayor Fred Diehl presented a plaque honoring Councilman Glen Schaff for his years on City Council. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Hooper to approve the second reading of Ordinance Creating Article 27 "R-60" Single Family Residential District of the Osceola Zoning Ordinance; Roll Call: Fotiadis, aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye; motion carried. Motion by Hooper and second by Dorsey to approve the second reading of the Ordinance Rezoning of The Meadows Plat 1 To "R-60" Single Family Residential District, roll call vote: Fotiadis, aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye; motion carried. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Hooper to approve the second reading of the Ordinance Rezoning the Meadows Plat 2 to "R-2" PUD and "R-60" PUD. Roll call vote: Fotiadis, aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye; motion carried. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Walkup to sign the agreement with MidIowa Environmental for the removal of asbestos at 306 W McLane and RR2, all voting aye, motion carried. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Dorsey to open public hearing regarding the land transfer with Knapp Krause LC. Roll Call vote: Fotiadis, aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye; motion carried. Bill Trickey explained to Council the purpose of the land transfer for the trails at QPond. Trickey also update Council on the how the trail was going. There were no other verbal or written comments. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Walkup to close the public hearing, all voting aye motion carried. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Dorsey to approve the land transfer pending the legal description, all voting aye motion carried. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Hooper to approve RESOLUTION NO. 2014-34 A RESOLUTION APPROVING APPLICATION(S) FOR TAX ABATEMENT UNDER THE CITY-WIDE URBAN REVITALIZATION PLAN BE IT RESOLVED, that application from the following persons for the following projects be approved by the City Council of Osceola, Iowa and that they be forwarded to the County Assessor, for the physical review of the improvements, after the issuance of a building permit by the Zoning Administrator if required and not already secured. Name Crystal Ciecalone Property Address 601 S Jackson Type of Improvement Residential Remodel Roll Call Vote: Fotiadis, aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye; motion carried. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Walkup to decline the sewer adjustment for 210 E Cass, all voting aye motion carried. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Hooper to approve Resolution 2014-35 A RESOLUTION SETTING NON-UNION SALARIES FOR 2015 WHEREAS, The City Council of the City of Osceola has entered into a three year contract for FY 2014, 2015, and 2016 with the Teamster Union Local 238 for the Public Works and Parks & Rec union employees; and, WHEREAS, the Union Contract calls for a 2.5% increase to the Union pay scale; and, WHEREAS, the City Council wishes to increase the non-union pay-scale at a rate equal to that of the Union pay-scale; and, WHEREAS, the FY 2015 budget accommodates a 2.5% increase to the non-union pay-scale; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Osceola, Iowa that the non-union pay-scale be increased by 2.5%. Roll Call: Fotiadis, aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye; motion carried. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Hooper to approve Resolution 2014-36 A RESOLUTION SETTING THE GARBAGE RATE FOR FY 2015 WHEREAS, The City Council of the City of Osceola anticipates a revenue decrease from General Fund Property taxes in FY 2015 due to SF 295; and, WHEREAS, the City had previously funded the $5000 per month fee to the South Central Iowa Landfill Agency out of the General Fund Property Tax Revenues; and, WHEREAS, the City will be unable to continue funding the $5000 payment to South Central Iowa Landfill Agency out of the General Fund Property Tax Revenues; and, WHEREAS, the City feels it is most equitable to fund Landfill fees from garbage collection revenues; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Osceola, Iowa hereby establishes a fee of $19.78 for FY 2015 residential solid waste collection. Roll Call Vote: Fotiadis, Aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye; motion carried. Motion by Hooper and second by Fotiadis to approve Resolution 2014-37 for the authorization of the issuance for G.O. Purpose and refunding bonds, roll call vote: Fotiadis, aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye, motion carried. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Hooper to approve RESOLUTION NO. 2014-38 RESOLUTION ORDERING CONSTRUCTION OF CERTAIN PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS, APPROVING PLANS, AND FIXING A DATE FOR HEARING THEREON AND TAKING OF BIDS THEREFOR WHEREAS, it is deemed advisable and necessary to construct certain public improvements described in general as 2014 STREET IMPROVEMENTS, and has caused to be prepared plans, specifications and form of contract, together with estimate of cost, on file in the office of the Clerk for public inspection, for the construction of said public improvements, and said plans, specifications and form of contract are deemed

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PUBLIC NOTICE THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT CLARKE COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Gary James Eckels, Deceased. Probate No. ESPR009902 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Gary James Eckels, Deceased, who died on or about March 31, 2014: You are hereby notified that on the 14th day of May, 2014,the last will and testament of Gary James Eckels, deceased, bearing date of the 20th day of November, 2012 was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Susan Ann Johnson was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 29th day of May, 2014. Susan Ann Johnson Executor of estate 4062 49th Lane Norwalk, IA 50211 J Michael Deege ICIS PIN No AT0002041 Attorney for executor 4200 University Avenue Suite 424, West Des Moines, Iowa 50266 Date of second publication: June 12, 2014 OSCEOLA CITY COUNCIL Wednesday, June 4, 2014 Regular Meeting (UNOFFICIAL - NOT COUNCIL APPROVED) The City Council met on Wednesday, June 4, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. for the regular work session. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Fred Diehl with the following present: Council Members: George Fotiadis, Dave Walkup, Chris Dorsey, and Dan Hooper. City Staff present were Ty Wheeler-City/Administrator/Clerk, Britanee Ward - Accounting Manager/ Assistant City Clerk, Dave Leonard - Code Enforcer, Marc Elcock - City Attorney and Marty Duffus - Police Chief. Also present were Derek Lumsden, Sarah Truitt, Donnie McCuddin, Judy Coe, Bill Trickey, Maria White, Ed Stoll, and others that didn't sign in. Bill Trickey presented to Council various flyers that the Clarke County Development Corporation is sponsoring. Trickey also informed Council on the several activities/projects that CCDC is currently working on. Mayor Fred Diehl presented a plaque honoring Councilman Glen Schaff for his years on City Council. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Hooper to approve the second reading of Ordinance Creating Article 27 "R-60" Single Family Residential District of the Osceola Zoning Ordinance; Roll Call: Fotiadis, aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye; motion carried. Motion by Hooper and second by Dorsey to approve the second reading of the Ordinance Rezoning of The Meadows Plat 1 To "R-60" Single Family Residential District, roll call vote: Fotiadis, aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye; motion carried. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Hooper to approve the second reading of the Ordinance Rezoning the Meadows Plat 2 to "R-2" PUD and "R-60" PUD. Roll call vote: Fotiadis, aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye; motion carried. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Walkup to sign the agreement with MidIowa Environmental for the removal of asbestos at 306 W McLane and RR2, all voting aye, motion carried. Motion by Fotiadis and second by Dorsey to open public hearing regarding the land transfer with Knapp Krause LC. Roll Call vote: Fotiadis, aye; Dorsey, aye; Walkup, aye; Hooper, aye; motion carried.

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Principal reports: 1. Graduation ceremonies will be held Saturday, May 17. OSCEOLA SENTINEL-TRIBUNE 2. Semester tests will be May 23 & 27. 3. Summer school will be held June 2 to June 28. 4. Board academic excellence awards will be presented at an all-school assembly on May 19. 5. Spring MAP testing has been completed. 6. Elementary track and field day is scheduled for May 27. Superintendent reports: On Saturday, May 10, Care facility and familyFFA from first grade to adults. Marple, Andrey Panasyuk 1. Susannah Miller andfor the Murray received a $5000 award from the Iowa First-time performers were local piano students per- and friends at LifePoint Asand Christine Wright. Soybean Association at the State FFA convention. formed for residents at the sembly of God. Kaitlyn and Ashlyn Briggs, All are students of Ra2. VISA credit card limit was increased. Southern Hills Specialty Students ranged in age Arturo Camacho, Hunter chel McCoy. 3. Summer Food Service Program will not operate this summer due to construction. 4. District is meeting with a health care reform program administrator. 5. Bluegrass Conference update. 6. Construction progress report concrete floors have been poured and demolition on east side of building will begin May 21, landscaping between softball and NOTICE TO BIDDERS football fields has been delayed due to NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING rain. NIFICANT IMPACT AND CITY OF OSCEOLA PUBLIC The meeting adjourned at 8:08 pm. The NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST next regular meeting of the Murray ComIMPROVEMENTS: RELEASE OF FUNDS Murray Community School District munity School Board of Directors will be 2014 Street Improvements Date of Publication: 6-12-14 June 19 , 2014 at 6:30 pm. Murray, IA 50174 Time and Place for Filing Sealed ProCity of Osceola Dennis Jeter, Board President posals. Sealed bids for the work comprisMay 15, 2014 City Hall, 115 North Fillmore Elizabeth Justice, Board Secretary ing the improvements as stated below The Murray Community School Board Osceola, IA, 50213 must be filed before 2:00 o'clock P.M. on of Directors met in open session May 15, A Tech Inc, repairs............................265.00 641.342.2377 June 26, 2014, with the City Clerk, of the 2015. The meeting was called to order at Agriland FS, fuel...........................8,506.51 These notices shall satisfy two sepaCity of Osceola, Iowa at City Hall, 115 6:30 pm by President Dennis Jeter. Alliant Energy, electricity.............6,747.89 rate but related procedural requireAlphabet Signs, supplies..................491.43 North Fillmore, Osceola, Iowa. Present: Dennis Jeter, Terri Jones, Aaron Time and Place Sealed Proposals Will Peterson, Trevor Robins. Absent: John Amsan, supplies....................................0.00 ments for activities to be undertaken by be Opened and Considered. Sealed proSiefkas. Also present: Supt. Miller, Princi- Arnold Motor, supplies....................188.82 the City of Osceola. REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF Bale Co, supplies................................84.60 posals will be opened and bids tabulated at pal Brown and Secretary Justice. FUNDS 2:00 o'clock P.M. on June 26, 2014, at Jones/Robins moved to approve the Bankers Trust, principal/ On or after June 30, 2014 the City of City Hall, 115 North Fillmore, Osceola, interest........................................140,186.25 agenda as posted. Motion carried 4-0. Stack and Jean Samuelson presented a Blank Park Zoo, fees........................222.00 Osceola will submit a request to the Iowa for consideration by the Osceola stained glass Mustang etching to the dis- Blue Ribbons Maint, supplies..........253.98 State of Iowa, Iowa Economic Develop- City Council at its meeting on July 1, trict. Mr. Samuelson's artwork will be dis- Bower, Jeanie, supplies......................46.86 ment Authority for the release of Com- 2014 at the Osceola City Council ChamCAM CSD, tuition.........................1,500.25 munity Development Block Grant funds bers. The City of Osceola reserves the played in the new administrative offices. Peterson/Jones moved to approve the Capital Sanitary, supplies.................552.10 under TITLE 1 of the HOUSING AND right to reject any and all bids. Central Decatur CSD, fees..................70.00 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ACT Time and Commence and Completion consent agenda. OF 1974, as amended (P.L. 97-35) to of Work. Work on the improvements 1. Minutes of the April 10, 2014 meet- Cerebral Group LLC, construction..................................78,605.82 undertake the following project: shall be commenced immediately upon aping. 2. Fields trips to Omaha, Nebraska and Chenowich, Herman, supplies............21.98 Project Title: Osceola Pump Station proval of the contract by the Council, and Choponis, Rich, official...................170.00 (Old Plant Pump Station) be completed as stated below. Osage Beach, Missouri All work and materials are to be in ac3. Danielle McIntosh, volunteer softball City of Murray..................................383.49 Purpose: Construction of improvement Creston News Ad, minutes/ads........125.90 to the city's sanitary sewer system. cordance with the proposed plans, specificoach. cations, form of contract and estimate of 4. Tucker Guion 2015 JH Baseball D&D Pest Control, service...............120.00 Location: East side of Osceola. Dannco, supplies...............................692.40 coach Estimated Cost: $600,000 HUD fund- cost now on file in the office of the City Days Inn Ames, lodging................1,267.72 ing, $1,800,000 total project cost Clerk at City Hall, and by this reference 5. Cole Baker, JH 2014 Football coach 6. 2014-15 Athletic Sharing Iowa Girls' Dept of Ed, inspection fees..............840.00 FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT made a part thereof as though fully set out DM Register, subscription..................57.00 IMPACT and incorporated herein. High School Athletic Union Bid Security. Each bidder shall accom7. 2014-15 Athletic Sharing Iowa HS Design Alliance, architect.............1,180.61 The City of Osceola has determined Duncan, Duane, official......................85.00 that the project will have no significant pany its bid with bid security as security School Athletic Association 8. Approve balance of contract pay- East Union CSD, shared position .9,567.58 impact on the human environment. that the successful bidder will enter into a Echo Electric, supplies.......................76.80 Therefore, an Environmental Impact contract for the work bid upon and will ments for retiring staff. 9. Approve summer school staff and Family Table Restaurant, supplies...591.62 Statement under the National Environ- furnish after the award of contract a corpoFareway, supplies.............................336.59 mental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) is not rate surety bond, in form acceptable to the payments Frost, Kevin, official.........................255.00 required. Additional project informa- City for the faithful performance of the 10. Open enrollments requests. Gill, Mike............................................85.00 tion is contained in the Environmental contract, in an amount equal to one hunMotion carried 4-0. Peterson/Jones moved to approve the Graphic Edge, supplies..................1,164.56 Review Record (ERR) on file at the City dred percent (100%) of the amount of the bills submitted for payment. Motion car- Gray, Stan, official............................382.50 of Osceola City Hall, 115 North Fillmore, contract. The bidder's security shall be in Harding, Terry, official.......................85.00 Osceola, IA 50213 and may be examined the amount fixed in the Instructions to ried 4-0. Peterson/Robins moved to approve in- Harper, Diane, uniform.......................79.98 or copied weekdays 8:00 A.M to 4:30 Bidders and shall be in the form of a Contributed photo cashier's check, a certified check, or a surance renewal with Hunsicker & Asso- Havnen Inc, supplies........................232.85 P.M. Flagpoles,Camacho, supplies..........150.00 ciates and approve increased Pictured, front row,coverage fromforleft,Heartland are Arturo Astazia PUBLIC Watson, Teryn Shields, bank money order drawn on a FDIC inCOMMENTS data compromise and violent response in- Held, Braydon, official.....................400.00 individual, group,row or agency Justin Hollinger, Kaitlyn Briggs, and Rachel Any McCoy. Middle are sured bank in Iowa or on a FDIC insured fees....................275.75 Henry Ashlyn Doorly Zoo,Briggs surance. Motion carried 4-0. comments and on the bank chartered under the laws of the Unitmay submit written Taylor Hardy, Kylie Shields, Folland, Christine Wright, Andrey Panasyuk Hildreth Co, service..........................388.00 ed States; or a certified share draft drawn Peterson/Jones moved to approve rec- Phyllis ERR to the City of Osceola Mayor Fred Hopkins Sporting Goods, supplies. .114.99 on a credit union in Iowa or chartered unommendedPanasyuk. 2014-15 student meal prices Liliya Back row are Spruceton Buddgenhagen, Kahlan Hollinger, Diehl. All comments received Amy by June Hy-Vee 1462, supplies.....................243.55 der the laws of the United States; or a bid and fees. Motion carried 4-0. 29, 2014 will be considered by the City Jelsma, Anita Panasyuk, Carter McCann and Hunter Marple. bond on the form provided in the contract President Jeter called the public hearing Ia Assn of Ag Educators, fees..........360.00 on the proposed 2014-15 school calendar I-35 CSD, tuition...........................3,000.50 of Osceola prior to authorizing submis- documents with corporate surety satisfacto order. No one was present to make com- Ia Assn of School Bds, fees...........1,422.00 sion of a request for release of funds. tory to the City. The bid shall contain no ments on or voice objections to the pro- Ia FFA Assn, supplies/fees...............395.00 Comments should specify which Notice condition except as provided in the specifications. posed calendar. Peterson/Robins moved to Ia Girls HS Athletic Union, fees......100.00 they are addressing. RELEASE OF FUNDS Contract Documents. Copies of the approve the 2014-15 calendar with an ear- Ia HS Music Assn, fees.....................120.00 The City of Osceola certifies to Iowa contract documents are available from ly start date counting student hours in- Ia HS Athletic Assn, fees......................2.00 Economic Development Authority that Veenstra & Kimm, Inc., 3000 Westown structional time instead of days, 190 teach- Ia School Finance Info Services, er contract days with 36 hours of collabo- fees.....................................................393.04 Fred Diehl in his capacity as Mayor con- Parkway, West Des Moines, Iowa 50266 sents to accept the jurisdiction of the at no charge. ration, and to request an early start waiver Ia Testing Programs, fees..............1,177.73 Public Hearing and Proposed Contract from the Department of Education. Mo- Jacobus, Larry, official.......................85.00 Federal Courts if an action is brought tion carried 4-0. The public hearing ad- Keck Inc, commodities.....................298.06 to enforce responsibilities in relation to Documents and Estimated Cost for ImKimSports, supplies..........................800.00 the environmental review process and provements. A public hearing will be held journed at 7:20 pm. Peterson/Robins moved to accept Koch Bros, service.........................1,313.33 that these responsibilities have been sat- by the Osceola City Council on the plans, Thomas Bus Sales low bid for a 2015 Lakeshore Learning, supplies..........189.05 isfied. Iowa Economic Development specifications, form of contract, and estiThomas/Cummins 65 passenger bus. Mo- Lipper, Kim, official...........................85.00 Authority's approval of the certification mated cost for the improvement at its Martin Bros, supplies....................6,147.04 satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA meeting at 7:00 o'clock P.M., July 1, tion carried 4-0. Peterson/Jones moved to approve par- Mathes, Aaron, refund......................125.00 and related laws and authorities and al- 2014, in said Osceola City Council Chamticipation in Iowa's ASBO's p-Card pro- McCann, Steve, official......................85.00 lows the City of Osceola to use HUD pro- bers at City Hall,115 North Fillmore, Osceola, Iowa. gram and to adopt the resolution authoriz- McCoy, Rachel.................................331.50 gram funds. OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF General Nature of Public Improvement ing participation: Ayes: Jeter, Jones, Peter- Miller, Alan, phone/mileage............188.48 Mt Ay CSD, fees...............................125.00 FUNDS 2014 Street Improvements son, Robins. Nay: None. Motion carried. The Iowa Economic Development North Kossuth, North Dewey, North Peterson/Jones moved to waive second National FFA Org, supplies/fees.....143.48 readings and adopt mandatory revisions to O-M CSD, fees....................................60.00 Authority will accept objections to its East Streets Construct 2014 Street Improvements the following policies: 303.2, 500, and Oriental Trading Co, supplies............11.99 release of funds and the City of Osceola Osceola F&H, supplies.........................5.96 certification for a period of fifteen days including all labor, materials and equip603.15. Motion carried 4-0. Peterson/Robins moved to approve Page, Tara, supplies..........................114.36 following the anticipated submission ment necessary to construct approximately 2014-15 administrative staff contracts and Patton, Kate, official.........................450.00 date or its actual receipt of the request 5,000 square yards of 7-inch PCC Paveextra-curricular contracts. Motion carried Peterson, Mark, official......................85.00 (whichever is later) only if they are on ment with integral curb, 1,070 linear feet Pioneer Mfg, supplies....................1,792.50 one of the following bases: (a) the certi- of storm sewer in open cut, 12-inch to 214-0. Postmaster, postage.............................49.00 fication was not executed by the Certi- inch, culverts, intakes, manholes, drivePrincipal reports: 1. Graduation ceremonies will be held Ratashak, Patricia, supplies..............265.96 fying Officer of the City of Osceola; (b) ways, sidewalks, longitudinal subdrain, Realityworks, supplies......................835.15 the City of Osceola has omitted a step or modular block retaining wall, excavation, Saturday, May 17. Rieman Music, supplies...................198.72 failed to make a decision or finding re- backfill, surface restoration, erosion con2. Semester tests will be May 23 & 27. 3. Summer school will be held June 2 to Risser, Kay, fees..................................30.00 quired by HUD regulations at 24 CFR trol, testing, mobilization, traffic control Roberts Dairy Co, supplies...........2,621.08 part 58; (c) the grant recipient or other and miscellaneous work, including June 28. 4. Board academic excellence awards Roberts Piano, service......................218.00 participants in the development process cleanup. Contractor shall fully complete the will be presented at an all-school assembly Robinsons of Osc, supplies..................7.45 have committed funds, incurred costs or Rockhold, Sam, official....................400.00 undertaken activities not authorized by project by November 15, 2014. on May 19. Payment to the Contractor will be on 5. Spring MAP testing has been com- School Bus sales, supplies................363.50 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a reSmith, Jamie, official........................255.00 lease of funds by the Iowa Economic the basis of monthly estimates equivalent pleted. 6. Elementary track and field day is Smith, Jim, official...........................340.00 Development Authority; or (d) another to ninety-five percent (95%) of the conSnyder Plumbing, repairs.................175.50 Federal agency acting pursuant to 40 tract value of the work completed and payscheduled for May 27. Software Unlimited, service..........3,700.00 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written ments made to material suppliers for mateSuperintendent reports: 1. Susannah Miller and the Murray FFA Sorter, Ashley, mileage......................18.25 finding that the project is unsatisfactory rials ordered specifically for the project or received a $5000 award from the Iowa SC Comm Inc, phones........................35.61 from the standpoint of environmental delivered to the site during the preceding calendar month. Estimates will be preSoybean Association at the State FFA South Iowa Screen Printing, quality. Objections must be prepared supplies..............................................438.00 pared, subject to the approval of the Engiconvention. SW Comm College, fees..................312.00 and submitted in accordance with the neer, who will certify to the City for pay2. VISA credit card limit was increased. Such 3. Summer Food Service Program will Staples Adv, supplies........................230.60 required procedures (24 CFR Part 58, ment each approved estimate. not operate this summer due to construc- Stumps, supplies...............................108.94 Sec. 58.76) and shall be addressed to monthly payments shall in no way be conIowa Economic Development Authority SWIBA Honor Band, fees..................70.00 strued as an act of acceptance for any part tion. 4. District is meeting with a health care Taylor, Mike, official.......................212.50 at 200 East Grand Avenue, Des Moines, of the work partially or totally completed. Tepley, Larry, official.......................807.50 IA 50309. Potential objectors should Upon completion of the work and its acreform program administrator. Terracon Consultants, fees...............362.40 contact the Iowa Economic Develop- ceptance by the City Council, the Contrac5. Bluegrass Conference update. 6. Construction progress report con- Thomas Bus Sales, supplies.............540.94 ment Authority to verify the actual last tor will be paid an amount which, together with previous payments, will equal ninetycrete floors have been poured and demoli- VISA, supplies/equipment..........10,143.60 day of the objection period. Fred Diehl, Mayor five percent (95%) of the contract price of tion on east side of building will begin VISA, supplies/equipment...............468.00 the contract. The balance due the ContracMay 21, landscaping between softball and Wal-Mart, supplies...........................399.10 NOTICE TO BIDDERS tor will be paid, subject to the conditions football fields has been delayed due to NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING and in accordance with the provisions of rain. NIFICANT IMPACT AND CITY OF OSCEOLA PUBLIC Chapters 26 and 573 of the Code of Iowa, The meeting adjourned at 8:08 pm. The NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST as amended. No such partial or final paynext regular meeting of the Murray ComIMPROVEMENTS: RELEASE OF FUNDS ments will be due until the Contractor has munity School Board of Directors will be 2014 Street Improvements Date of Publication: 6-12-14 June 19 , 2014 at 6:30 pm. Time and Place for Filing Sealed Pro- certified to the City that the materials, laCity of Osceola Dennis Jeter, Board President posals. Sealed bids for the work compris- bor and services involved in each estimate City Hall, 115 North Fillmore Elizabeth Justice, Board Secretary ing the improvements as stated below have been paid for in accordance with the Osceola, IA, 50213 A Tech Inc, repairs............................265.00 must be filed before 2:00 o'clock P.M. on requirements stated in the specifications. 641.342.2377 A tax exemption certificate will be Agriland FS, fuel...........................8,506.51 June 26, 2014, with the City Clerk, of the These notices shall satisfy two sepa- City of Osceola, Iowa at City Hall, 115 available for material purchased for incorAlliant Energy, electricity.............6,747.89 rate but related procedural requireporation in the project. Alphabet Signs, supplies..................491.43 North Fillmore, Osceola, Iowa. By virtue of statutory authority, preferAmsan, supplies....................................0.00 ments for activities to be undertaken by Time and Place Sealed Proposals Will Arnold Motor, supplies....................188.82 the City of Osceola. be Opened and Considered. Sealed pro- ence will be given to products and proviREQUEST FOR RELEASE OF posals will be opened and bids tabulated at sions grown and coal produced within the Bale Co, supplies................................84.60 FUNDS Bankers Trust, principal/ 2:00 o'clock P.M. on June 26, 2014, at State of Iowa, and to Iowa domestic labor, On or after June 30, 2014 the City of City Hall, 115 North Fillmore, Osceola, to the extent lawfully required under Iowa interest........................................140,186.25 Blank Park Zoo, fees........................222.00 Osceola will submit a request to the Iowa for consideration by the Osceola Statutes. This notice is given by order of the Blue Ribbons Maint, supplies..........253.98 State of Iowa, Iowa Economic Develop- City Council at its meeting on July 1, Bower, Jeanie, supplies......................46.86 ment Authority for the release of Com- 2014 at the Osceola City Council Cham- Council of the City of Osceola, Iowa. Ty Wheeler, CITY CLERK CAM CSD, tuition.........................1,500.25 munity Development Block Grant funds bers. The City of Osceola reserves the Capital Sanitary, supplies.................552.10 under TITLE 1 of the HOUSING AND right to reject any and all bids. Central Decatur CSD, fees..................70.00 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ACT Time and Commence and Completion Cerebral Group LLC, OF 1974, as amended (P.L. 97-35) to of Work. Work on the improvements ORDINANCE NO. 307 construction..................................78,605.82 undertake the following project: shall be commenced immediately upon apAN ORDINANCE AMENDING Chenowich, Herman, supplies............21.98 Project Title: Osceola Pump Station proval of the contract by the Council, and THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF Choponis, Rich, official...................170.00 (Old Plant Pump Station) be completed as stated below. City of Murray..................................383.49 All work and materials are to be in ac- THE CITY OF MURRAY, IOWA, Purpose: Construction of improvement Creston News Ad, minutes/ads........125.90 to the city's sanitary sewer system. cordance with the proposed plans, specifi- 2014, BY AMENDING PROVISIONS D&D Pest Control, service...............120.00 cations, form of contract and estimate of PERTAINING TO CHAPTER 65 Location: East side of Osceola. Dannco, supplies...............................692.40 Estimated Cost: $600,000 HUD fund- cost now on file in the office of the City STOP AND YIELD REQUIRED. BE IT ENACTED by the City Council Days Inn Ames, lodging................1,267.72 ing, $1,800,000 total project cost Clerk at City Hall, and by this reference Dept of Ed, inspection fees..............840.00 FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT made a part thereof as though fully set out of the City of Murray, Iowa: SECTION 1. SECTION MODIFIED. DM Register, subscription..................57.00 IMPACT and incorporated herein. Design Alliance, architect.............1,180.61 Bid Security. Each bidder shall accom- The Code of Ordinances of the City of The City of Osceola has determined Murray, Iowa, 2014 is amended by ChapDuncan, Duane, official......................85.00 that the project will have no significant pany its bid with bid security as security East Union CSD, shared position .9,567.58 impact on the human environment. that the successful bidder will enter into a ter 65, Section 65.03 entitled THREEEcho Electric, supplies.......................76.80 Therefore, an Environmental Impact contract for the work bid upon and will WAY STOP INTERSECTIONS, which Family Table Restaurant, supplies...591.62 Statement under the National Environ- furnish after the award of contract a corpo- is hereby adopted to read as follows: 65.03 THREE-WAY STOP INTERFareway, supplies.............................336.59 mental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) is not rate surety bond, in form acceptable to the Frost, Kevin, official.........................255.00 required. Additional project informa- City for the faithful performance of the SECTIONS. Every driver of a vehicle Gill, Mike............................................85.00 tion is contained in the Environmental contract, in an amount equal to one hun- shall stop before entering the following Graphic Edge, supplies..................1,164.56 Review Record (ERR) on file at the City dred percent (100%) of the amount of the designated three-way stop intersections: Gray, Stan, official............................382.50 of Osceola City Hall, 115 North Fillmore, contract. The bidder's security shall be in (Code of Iowa, Sec. 321-345) 1 . Maple Street and First (1st) Street. Harding, Terry, official.......................85.00 Osceola, IA 50213 and may be examined the amount fixed in the Instructions to 2. Sherman Street and First (1st) Street Harper, Diane, uniform.......................79.98 or copied weekdays 8:00 A.M to 4:30 Bidders and shall be in the form of a 3. Sherman Street and Second (2nd) Havnen Inc, supplies........................232.85 P.M. cashier's check, a certified check, or a Heartland Flagpoles, supplies..........150.00 bank money order drawn on a FDIC in- Street. PUBLIC COMMENTS 4. Sherman Street and Third (3rd) Held, Braydon, official.....................400.00 Any individual, group, or agency sured bank in Iowa or on a FDIC insured Henry Doorly Zoo, fees....................275.75 may submit written comments on the bank chartered under the laws of the Unit- Street. SECTION 2. REPEALER. All ordiHildreth Co, service..........................388.00 ed States; or a certified share draft drawn Hopkins Sporting Goods, supplies. .114.99 ERR to the City of Osceola Mayor Fred on a credit union in Iowa or chartered un- nances or parts of ordinances in conflict Diehl. All comments received by June Hy-Vee 1462, supplies.....................243.55 der the laws of the United States; or a bid with the provisions of this ordinance are Ia Assn of Ag Educators, fees..........360.00 29, 2014 will be considered by the City bond on the form provided in the contract hereby repealed. of Osceola prior to authorizing submisSECTION 3. SEVERABILITY I-35 CSD, tuition...........................3,000.50 documents with corporate surety satisfacIa Assn of School Bds, fees...........1,422.00 sion of a request for release of funds. tory to the City. The bid shall contain no CLAUSE. If any section, provision or part Ia FFA Assn, supplies/fees...............395.00 Comments should specify which Notice condition except as provided in the speci- of this ordinance shall be adjudged invalid or unconstitutional such adjudication shall Ia Girls HS Athletic Union, fees......100.00 they are addressing. fications. RELEASE OF FUNDS Ia HS Music Assn, fees.....................120.00 Contract Documents. Copies of the not affect the validity of the ordinance as a The City of Osceola certifies to Iowa contract documents are available from Ia HS Athletic Assn, fees......................2.00 whole or any section, provision or part Economic Development Authority that Ia School Finance Info Services, Veenstra & Kimm, Inc., 3000 Westown thereof not adjudged invalid or unconstifees.....................................................393.04 Fred Diehl in his capacity as Mayor con- Parkway, West Des Moines, Iowa 50266 tutional. Ia Testing Programs, fees..............1,177.73 sents to accept the jurisdiction of the at no charge. SECTION 4. WHEN EFFECTIVE. Jacobus, Larry, official.......................85.00 Federal Courts if an action is brought Public Hearing and Proposed Contract This ordinance shall be in effect from and Keck Inc, commodities.....................298.06 to enforce responsibilities in relation to Documents and Estimated Cost for Im- after its final passage, approval and publiKimSports, supplies..........................800.00 the environmental review process and provements. A public hearing will be held cation as provided by law. Koch Bros, service.........................1,313.33 that these responsibilities have been sat- by the Osceola City Council on the plans, First reading passed by the City CounLakeshore Learning, supplies..........189.05 isfied. Iowa Economic Development specifications, form of contract, and esti- cil the 19th day of May, 2014 Authority's approval of the certification Lipper, Kim, official...........................85.00 mated cost for the improvement at its Second reading waived by the City Martin Bros, supplies....................6,147.04 satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA meeting at 7:00 o'clock P.M., July 1, Council the 19th day of May, 2014 Mathes, Aaron, refund......................125.00 and related laws and authorities and al- 2014, in said Osceola City Council ChamThird reading waived by the City McCann, Steve, official......................85.00 lows the City of Osceola to use HUD pro- bers at City Hall,115 North Fillmore, Council the 19th day of May, 2014 McCoy, Rachel.................................331.50 gram funds. Scott Busick, Mayor, City of Murray, Osceola, Iowa. OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF Miller, Alan, phone/mileage............188.48 General Nature of Public Improvement Iowa Mt Ay CSD, fees...............................125.00 FUNDS ATTEST: Ritha Wolfe, City Clerk, 2014 Street Improvements National FFA Org, supplies/fees.....143.48 The Iowa Economic Development North Kossuth, North Dewey, North City of Murray, Iowa

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Congressman Loebsack announces rural development funding for Clarke County Congressman Dave Loebsack, D-Iowa, announced Tuesday that three Iowa projects will receive funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Economic Development Loan and Grant program. A total of $2,631,600 in grants and loans will go to three projects in Clarke, Jefferson and Wayne counties. “Rural Development grants and loans provide vital equipment and investments in infrastructure to support economic development efforts in communities,” Loebsack said. “I am pleased that the USDA has chosen to support these worthy projects in Iowa.” Details of the projects follow. Central Iowa Power Cooperative — $300,000 grant,

$2 million loan to assist with Clarke County Public Hospital’s proposed renovation and expansion project of their campus in Osceola. The project will create four jobs and retain 143 jobs. Access Energy Cooperative — $325,000 to provide a pass-through loan to assist with an equipment purchase for Fairfield Organics, LLC in Keota. Project will create nine jobs and retain five jobs. Wayne County — $6,600 grant to help make the county courthouse fully handicapped accessible by purchasing and installing four automatic door closers. One exterior door and three interior doors – one on each floor – will be equipped with automatic door push plates and hinges.

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COUNTY OF CLARKE, STATE OF IOWA IN RE: MARJORIE B. CARSON REVOCABLE TRUST AGREEMENT DATED AUGUST 3, 2000, AND FIRST AMENDMENT DATED JANUARY 31, 2011 Notice of Assumption of Duties as Co-Trustees and Notice to Creditors To All Persons regarding Marjorie B. Carson, deceased, who died on or about April 6, 2014: You are hereby notified that Lisa Hemesath and Judy Barber are the Co-trustees of the Maijorie B. Carson Revocable Trust Agreement Dated August 3, 2000, as amended January 31, 2011. At this time, no probate administration is contemplated with regard to the above-referenced decedent's estate in Clarke County, Iowa. Any action to contest the validity of the Trust must be brought in the District Court of Clarke County, Iowa, within the later to occur of four months from the date of second publication of this Notice, or thirty days from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent settlor and the spouse of the decedent settlor whose identities are reasonably ascertainable. Any suit not filed within this period shall be forever barred. Notice is further given that any person or entity possessing a claim against the Trust must mail proof of the claim to the trustees at the addresses listed below via certified mail, return receipt requested, by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or thirty days from the date of mailing this notice if required, or the claim shall be forever barred, unless paid or otherwise satisfied. Dated this 23rd day of May, 2014. Marjorie B. Carson Revocable Trust Dated August 3, 2000, and Amended January 31, 2011 Lisa Hemesath, Co-Trustee 1116 240th Street State Center, IA 50247 Judy Barber 3156 Nature Street Woodburn, IA 50275 Reynoldson & Van Werden, L.L.P. 200 W. Jefferson Osceola, IA 50213-0199 Attorneys for Co-Trustees Date of second publication: June 12, 2014

IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR CLARKE COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN L. HEILMAN, DECEASED PROBATE NO. ESSPR009909 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL,OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To all persons interested in the estate of John L. Heilman, Deceased, who died on or about May 28, 2014: You are hereby notified that on June 3, 2014, the last will and testament of John L. Heilman, deceased, bearing the date of February 27, 2007 was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Mark LaVerne Heilman was appointed Executor of the estate of John L. Heilman. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the District Court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the Decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named District Court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated June 3 ,2014. Executor of Estate: Mark LaVerne Heilman 2101 U.S. Highway 69 Osceola, Iowa 50213 Attorney for Estate: Reynoldson & Van Werden, L.L.P. 200 W. Jefferson P. O. Box 199 Osceola, Iowa 50213 Date of second publication: June 19, 2014

IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR CLARKE COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF YULA L. WIDMER, DECEASED PROBATE NO. ESPR009908 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To all persons interested in the estate of Yula L. Widmer, Deceased, who died on or about May 21, 2014: You are hereby notified that on June 3, 2014, the last will and testament of Yula L. Widmer, deceased, bearing the date of October 11, 2010 was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Linda C. Turpin was appointed Executor of the estate of Yula L. Widmer. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the District Court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the Decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named District Court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated June 3,2014. Executor of Estate: Linda C. Turpin 508 W. Cass Street Osceola, Iowa 50213 Attorney for Estate: Reynoldson & Van Werden, L.L.P. 200 W. Jefferson P. 0. Box 199 Osceola, Iowa 50213 Date of second publication: June 12, 2014

THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT CLARKE COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Wavalene Holt, Deceased. Probate No. ESPR 009905 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Wavalene Holt, Deceased, who died on or about May 18, 2014: You are hereby notified that on the 22nd day of May 2014, the last will and testament of Wavalene Holt, deceased, bearing date of the 5th day of November, 1986 was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Denise M. Holt and Debra S. Gordley was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 22nd day of May, 2014. Denise M. Molt 3414 59th St., Des Moines, IA 50322 Debra S. Gordley 1434 Osceola Avenue, Des Moines, IA 50316 Executors of estate Unes J. Booth Attorney for executor Booth Law Firm 122 W. Jefferson Street, Osceola, IA 50213 Date of second publication: June 12, 2014


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The big cover-up: Sun-smart tips for skin (BPT) — Summer is a time for playing and relaxing in the great outdoors, but outside activities can lead to unexpected sun exposure. Nearly 50 percent of men and women would use more sunscreen if they could travel back in time to better care for their skin, according to a recent survey conducted on behalf of Mary Kay. Overexposure can be the No. 1 contributor to pre-mature skin aging. “Being outside during the summer months — even for a short amount of time like walking to the mailbox and back — exposes a person’s skin to the sun, and its UVA and UVB rays,” said Dr. Beth Lange, chief scientific officer of Mary Kay. “This can lead to visible signs of skin aging as well as the potential for non-melanoma skin cancer.” No matter where you live, what your skin tone is or even if you only think you’ll be out for a short while, always wear sunscreen. It should be applied often, even when not in the water, and it’s recommended to re-

apply every two hours. Dr. Lange’s sun smart tips can help you safely enjoy the sun and your time outside • Shade your skin — Clothing can help provide protection against UVA and UVB rays. Light, long-sleeved shirts, largebrimmed hats to provide shade over the ears, face and neck, as well as maxi dresses or loose pants all work well to help keep the skin protected. It’s important to note you’re exposed to UVA and UVB rays all days of the year, even on cloudy days. Apparel that is more sheer or see-through will not provide protection as well as thicker fabrics. • Sunblock “365” — A broad-spectrum sunscreen that provides UVA and UVB protection helps protect the skin from the sun’s damaging rays every day of the year. And always remember to protect that sunny smile. Use at least SPF 15, even on your lips. • Play in the shade — The sun’s most intense hours are between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. during the summer months.

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY

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Board meets second Wednesday of each month, 9:00 a.m. at 115 East Washington

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Regular water board meetings the first Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. at 208 W. Jefferson. Special water board meetings at the Water Works Office and also online at www.osceolawaterworks.com.

OSCEOLA CITY COUNCIL Fred Diehl, Mayor Council Members: Dr. George Fotiadis, Glenn Schaff, Dan Hooper, Chris Dorsey, and Dave Walkup. Regular council meetings the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at Council Chambers, City Hall, 115 North Fillmore. Special council meetings are posted on City Hall bulletin board.

OSCEOLA PARKS & RECREATION BOARD Meets third Monday of each month 5:30 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers

Board Members: Mel Miller, Amber Abraham, Stephanie Snell, Sara Lumsden, Sarah Truitt Web Site: www.osceolaia.govoffice2.com

AIRPORT MANAGEMENT COMMISSION Denis Weiser-Chairman, Lyle Persels, Ty Wheeler, Ryan Lundquist, Les Van Heeswyk Meets 2nd Tues. of each month at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall

CLARKE COMMUNITY SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION

Meets the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month, except July, August, Dec., 6:30 p.m.,

Clarke Central Office - 802 N. Jackson To confirm, call 641-342-4969.

Board Members: James Bair, Kelly Bailey, Lori Helgevold, Steve O’ Tool, Gerard Linskens, Joseph Deutsch and Dena White.

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The family of Lucille Welcher wishes to thank all of you who sent cards, memorial contributions, and other expressions of sympathy. We appreciate your caring and thoughtfulness. A special thanks to Ron Feehan for his kindness when Mom suddenly fell ill, and also special thanks to the Eagles for the lunch after the service. Joy and John Hughes and family Joan and Paul Stuart and family Richard and Pat Ellis and family

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Osceola Veterinary Clinic’s new building open house Monday, June 9

Pictured is a cat at Osceola Veterinary Clinic.

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A dog barks in his pen at Osceola Veterinary Clinic’s new building.

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This is the surgery room at Osceola Veterinary Clinic’s new building.

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This is a wall of merchandise at Osceola Veterinary Clinic’s new building.

Say “Yes” to Cheese for National Dairy Month

June is National Dairy Month, which means it’s time to spread awareness about the health benefits of dairy! Milk and yogurt are commonly touted for their health benefits, but did you know that cheese is also an important player in the dairy group?

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Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy an evening with the Clarke County Old Iron Club. We will have tractors to be observed on the south side of the square in the Osceola City Park while we visit with drivers and enjoy food by the Clarke County Cattlemen, and ice cream by Buck and his gang. We are also having a free kiddie tractor pull and the FFA members will have kettle korn and pop available.

Hope to see you all there for a leisurely summer evening!

With more than 300 American varieties to choose from, and the nutrient package it provides -- including calcium for strong bones and high-quality protein for healthy muscles -- cheese fits into almost any eating plan such as the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet, diabetic, gluten-free and low-lactose diets. Cheese can actually help families increase their intake of fruits and vegetables. Produce pairs very well with cheese in recipes such as Rainbow Fruit and Cheese Kabobs. Cheese can be enjoyed as part of any meal, and because of its protein content (8 grams per serving), it is a satisfying snack that can curb hunger. Additionally, cheese can put you on track to meet the recommendation of three daily servings of dairy, as outlined in the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. What’s a serving of cheese? A serving is 1.5 ounces of natural cheese or two ounces of processed cheese. A visual reminder of a serving of cheese is four cubes - the size of playing dice. Don’t forget to stop by the dairy aisle and pick up a slice, block or wedge of your favorite cheese to serve with your fruits and vegetables.

Rainbow Fruit and Cheese Kabobs (Serves 6) All you need: 6 (8-inch or longer) skewers 6 ounces Monterey cheese, cut into 18 cubes ½ cup strawberry halves ½ cup ¾-inch-cubed cantaloupe ½ cup ¾-inch-cubed pineapple 1 kiwifruit, peeled and cut into 6 pieces ¼ cup blueberries 6 purple grapes

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To make a rainbow for each “kabob,” thread onto skewer a piece of cheese, strawberry half, cantaloupe cube, pineapple cube, another piece of cheese, piece of kiwi, 2 blueberries, grape and another piece of cheese. Repeat pattern with remaining straws. Source: dairymakessense.com

Nutrition Per serving: 135 calories 7 g protein

9 g fat 1 g fiber

25 mg cholesterol

8 g carbohydrates

135 mg sodium

The information is not intended as medical advice. Please consult a medical professional for individual advice.

The information in this article is not intended as medical advice. Consult with a medical professional for individual advice.

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