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8th Annual
Youth Outdoor Field Day
     Join the Mahaska County Conservation Board and local conservation
groups for a whole day of hands-on outdoor activities at the 8th Annual
Youth Outdoor Field Day. The event will be held at the Russell Wildlife
Area on Saturday, September 24 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Pre-registration
is required by September 15 and is limited to the first 225 participants. You
can pre-register in the conservation center at the Russell Wildlife Area or
complete and mail in the printable online registration form at www.mahas-
kaconservation.com. The cost is just $5.00 per child and includes a kid’s
t-shirt and lunch. Parents are encouraged to stay for the day. Parent’s meal
is provided with the child’s registration.
    The event activities this year include fishing, trapping, making duck
calls, bowfishing, rifle shooting, archery and more! Many local sponsors
have made donations and will be volunteering at this event. Also, pro-staff
from Mossy Oak and AMS Bowfishing have made special donations and will
be on hand to help at the event.
     For more information, contact the Mahaska County Conservation Board
at (641)673-9327.

UNITE’s Arrive Alive Tour
Coming to Grinnell College
    Grinnell College in Grinnell is offering a distracted driving and drunk-
en driving education program for the students. The Arrive Alive Tour from
UNITE will visit Grinnell College on September 09, 2011 from 11:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. at the College Campus. UNITE’s Arrive Alive program uses a
high-tech simulator, impact video, and a number of other resources to edu-
cate students about the dangers of texting while driving. The simulator al-
lows students to experience in a controlled environment the potential conse-
quences of distracted or drunken driving.
    One of the most commonly recognized driving distractions is cell phone
use. About 89 percent of all Americans have a cell phone, according to CTIA
– The Wireless Association. Drivers under 20 years old have the highest pro-
portion of distraction-related fatal crashes, according to the National High-   Over 550 high school student dancers competed in the All Iowa Honor Team try-outs at Ames High School.
way Traffic Safety Administration. Their lack of driving experience can con-
tribute to critical misjudgments if they become distracted. Not surprisingly,                                                                                                                    Warhawk
they text more than any other age group and the numbers of young drivers
who text is only increasing.
    UNITE brings health and wellness programs to high school and college
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Dancers
campuses across the nation. Their programs are designed to heighten aware-
ness to the dangers and consequences of drunk driving and distracted driv-                                                                                                                       Compete in the
ing. Their follow-up programs have a powerful impact on students to rein-
force the subjects that schools and parents teach them daily.                                                                                                                                    All Iowa Honor
Harvest Community Fellowship                                                                                                                                                                     Team Try-Outs
Holds it 16th Annual Fall Festival                                                                                                                                                                   Three Warhawk Dancers com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                 peted in the 2011 All-Iowa Honor
at the Vander Linden Farm                                                                                                                                                                        Dance Team Competition.
                                                                                                                                                                                                     The competetion was sponsored
    The annual Fall Festival of Southern Gospel Music and other events will                                                                                                                      by the Iowa State Dance/Drill As-
be held on Saturday October1 and Sunday October 2, however there will be                                                                                                                         sociation. The dancers auditioned at
a time change this year. On Saturday, Sammie Lee will sing at 3:00 p.m. and                                                                                                                      the Ames High School on Sunday,
4:30 p.m. Larry DeLawder from Branson, Mo. will minister in harmonica                                                                                                                            September 11 from 9:00 to 3:00p.m.
playing, singing and giving a bit of humor as Barney Fife.                                                                                                                                       The dancers learned and completed
     On Sunday October 2, ‘Headin Home’ from Colfax will sing their praise                                                                                                                       three routines,(pom, kick and hip
with music at 3:00 p.m. At 4:30 ‘Higher Power’ from the Des Moines area                                                                                                                          hop) in a short period of time and
will sing and give a word from God.                                                                                                                                                              then had to perform the routines in
    Open kettle stew and other food will be served at approxiamately 6:00                                                                                                                        front of a panel of judges. Over 550
p.m. There will be a free will offering for the singers but no other charge.                                                                                                                     high school dancers competed in the
    There will be time following to visit the toy museum and have a time                                                                                                                         two day event, in which only 250
fellowship.                                                                                                                                                                                      will be selected. The three Warhawk
    Door prizes will be given.                                                                                                                                                                   dancers are also a part of the North
    The Vander Linden farm is located 5 miles East of New Sharon or 7 miles                                                                                                                      Mahaska Dance team who will be
south of Montezuma on Hwy. 63.                                                                                                                                                                   competing in the state dance team
    All are welcome and for questions call: 641- 641-2579 or 641-660-4781.                                                                                                                       competetion in early December.

Dr. Jim Christensen                                                             Warhawk Dancers: L-R: Maddie Mitchell, Madison McGriff, Sydney McCulley


to be Guest Speaker                                                             The NSAG
    Dr. Jim Christensen will be the featured speaker at Faith Community
Church at 708 N 3Rd in Eddyville on Saturday night September 16 at 6            Church to Host
                                                                                Refuse To Be
thirty. This special service will feature the praise and worship of Jim Carle
and his friends from Oskaloosa and the duo of Onyx a terrific gospel female
duet which has entertained throughout Iowa in many venues.

                                                                                A Victim®
    Dr. Christensen was president and chief speaker of the Heaven and
Home Hour for many years. He has traveled to 34 countries and all 50 states
preaching the gospel. He pastured 9 large churches in Southern California,
served on the Board of the National Religious Broadcasters, was founder of
the Weekend in the Word Seminars, evangelist with Luis Palau’s London
Crusade, chapel speaker for Major League Baseball teams in Los Angeles
                                                                                Seminar
                                                                                      The New Sharon Assembly of
and involved in foreign missions outreaches in Puerto Rico, Australia and SE    God Church will be hosting a Refuse
Asia to name just a few of his accomplishments.                                 To Be A Victim ® seminar.
    Hundreds of churches, Bible Conferences and Christian Organizations             The seminar is a course you can
have hosted him as speaker. He is a native of Denison, Iowa and he and his      take (non-firearm) to learn how to
wife Betty reside near Corvallis, Oregon.                                       escape easily and defend yourself
    A free will offering will be taken and there will be refreshments after-    and, as the course is called, Refuse
wards. Everyone is welcome.                                                     To Be A Victim ®. They go over
New Sharon First Christian                                                      concepts such as the use of mace,
                                                                                batons and pepper spray, as well as
Church Open House & Dedication                                                  safety in your home and in your car.
                                                                                    Other topics included are: Cam-
    The New Sharon First Christian Church will celebrate the opening of         pus safety (School and College),
their new sanctuary at 206 S. Park Avenue on October 1 and 2.                   Home and Phone Security, Automo-
    On Saturday, Oct 1, the Fully Restored Band and UFC Band will lead a        bile and Travel Security, Personal
praise and prayer service from 6-7:30 pm.                                       and Technological Security, Safety

                                                                                                                         Homecoming Activities
    Sunday, October 2 will feature a worship service at 10:00 AM and a Ded-     in the Workplace, and Self Devices
ication service at 6:00 PM. The DeBoef Brothers will provide special music      and Training Options. There will be
at the Sunday evening service, with coffee time to follow. The community is     a special section for senior citizens
                                                                                and persons with physical disabili-

                                                                                                                         Add Excitement at North Mahaska
welcome to come and celebrate with us!
    Check out our web site for pictures at nsfcc.org.                           ties as well as resources for domestic
                                                                                violence and stalking.
Junior Parents After Prom Meeting                                                   This will be a co-ed class avail-
                                                                                able to anyone from 7th grade on up.     Pictured are student athletes from North Mahaska, L-R: Alec Fuller, DeLaney DeJong, and Tanner Wan-
There will be a Junior Parents After Prom Meeting on Wednesday, Septem-         To register or for more information,     ders. Read what they will be up to on Sunday, September 18, in the ‘Just Saying...’ article by Ralphi Mun-
ber 28th @ 7:00 pm in the High School Cafeteria. If any questions, please       call Charlene Collier at 515-745-        son on page 4.
call Deana DeJong at 641-660-1415                                               5871.


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 Cindy’s Corner                                                                                               Barnes City News
     Column                                                                                                           By Mollie Loving
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Reflections
 By Cindy Drost                            Share your Lacey news: 641-660-0443                            Share your BC news: bmba28@mahaska.org or 641-644-5223                                     By Wilma Kaldenberg
     *It is Sunday, Sept. 11, as I write        *I arrived in Louisville, Ken-                                                                                                 I discovered another interesting     into which the body slowly sinks.
this column. Most of you remem-            tucky this morning, looking forward                                                                                           book on my shelves this past week;         Using some of the animal’s fur as a
ber what you were doing exactly            to the next six days of the National                                                                                          it’s entitled “Strange Stories, Amaz-      nest, the female lays eggs in a tunnel
ten years ago when the World Trade         Quartet Convention, to be held at                                                                                             ing Facts,” published by Reader’s          from the burial chamber. When the
Center was hit by terrorists. I didn’t     the Kentucky Exposition Center.                                                                                               Digest Association in 1976. On the         eggs hatch, the grubs feed on meat
have the TV on that morning. Un-           My 541 mile drive down here was                                                                                               introductory page these words ap-          from the scavenged body – until they
aware of the tragedy, I called the         enjoyable...the leaves on the trees                                                                                           pear: “Stories that are bizarre, un-       themselves hatch, grow, and become
KBOE radio station to give the D.J.        are just beginning to show a trace of                                                                                         usual, odd, astonishing, and often         adult and go into the world to con-
a “Community Event” announce-              multi-fall colors, and a few farmers                                                                                          incredible.” And that’s what I found       tinue as nature’s undertakers!
ment to include on the air. “Cindy,        in Indiana were harvesting corn. I                                                                                            most of them to be. I’ve selected to            As I page through this unusual
do you have any idea what just hap-        felt sorry for the farmers who owned                                                                                          write about creatures that are famil-      book, I come to the conclusion that
pened?” the D.J. asked in a troubled       land east of Biggsville, Illinois                                                                                             iar to most of us, and tell some of the    Nature is filled with mysteries and
voice. I had no clue what he was           where a storm had flattened nearly                                                                                            interesting things I learned.              marvels of which we are seldom
talking about, but the radio D.J. told     all of the corn crop. A stop at two                                                                                                One of the entries is entitled,       aware. We become so attached to
me to get off the phone and turn on        shopping malls enroute [Burlington,                                                                                           “Intelligence or Adaptability?” with       the world man has made from God’s
the TV.                                    Iowa and near Henderson, Illinois]                                                                                            a subtitle “The monkey that could          creation – and we take it so much for
     Later that day, Jackson had his       gave me a couple of breaks. It was                                                                                            drive a tractor.” I did not know that      granted. Then along comes a season
indoor high school senior pictures         disappointing that at least half of the                                                                                       a rough measure for comparing the          of drought and we see thousands of
taken at The Dean Vorhees Studio           stores in the malls were vacant, and                                                                                          intelligence of different animals is       acres of the beautiful creation being
in Oskaloosa. The plan was to have         unfortunely, the case for most malls                                                                                          the ratio of the weight of the brain       destroyed by wild fires. Then we re-
some pictures taken of both Tom and        in smaller cities. SiriusXM Satellite                                                                                         to that of the spinal cord. For cats,      alize how vulnerable we are as we
Jackson together, dressed in their         Radio kept me company while driv-                                                                                             the ratio is 4 to 1; for a monkey, 8       see Nature in its role as a Destroyer..
hunting gear. Dean had a barn board        ing. I switched back and forth from                                                                                           to 1; and for a human being, 50 to              From another book on my shelf,
background on which we hung some           channel #18 - Southern Gospel, to                                                                                             1. The animal with one of the high-        “A Treasury of Quotes,” published
of the deer heads, antlers, coyotes,       #115 - CNN, and #90 - NASCAR.                                                                                                 est ratios after man is the marmoset,      in 1955, I found some interesting
and fox hides which the guys had                Tom and I look forward to host-      Eighth graders Paige Miller & Emily Van Donselaar are ready to return               a South American monkey with 18            quotations about nature that seem
hunted. Tom and Jackson held their         ing “Legacy Five” and “The Free-          the serve.                                                                          to 1. (When I read such statements, I      appropriate to consider. A quotation
rifles for the pictures. I remember        dom Singers” in concert on Sunday,                                                                                            wonder how many brains and spinal          from a “Popular Science” magazine
that our discussion centered on the        Sept. 25, 2:00 pm, at the Pella Chris-          Hello everyone. Hope you had a good week.                                     cords were used to determine these         states: “Nature still is more power-
fact that security in this country         tian High School Vermeer Auditori-              Last week I wrote about the North Mahaska Junior High cross country           ratios.)                                   ful than any nation’s weapons. To
would never be the same.                   um. It is our fifth year to host “Leg-    team and omitted one member, Landen Playle. He is the grandson of Lewis                  In the category of mammals,           turn loose as much energy as was
     *Sincere sympathy is expressed        acy Five” and our third year to host      and Marian Playle of Barnes City.                                                   men and monkeys (primates) are the         released by earthquakes alone last
to Bill & Carrie Bainbridge and their      “The Freedom Singers.” These guys               The NM JH volleyball team faced Pella Christian last Thursday after-          most intelligent, followed by flesh        year, Russia would need four million
son, Leland, of rural New Sharon, in       have become good friends of ours.         noon in Pella for their first match of the season. The 7th grade lost their first   eaters and grazing animals. And just       atomic bombs.”
the death of their father and grand-       As of the writing of this column, ap-     two games to PC, but then came back to win the third game. In the third             like us human beings, some mon-                 Nowhere is nature destroyed so
pa, William “Wigg” Bainbridge of           proximately 580 tickets have been         game Breta Weghorst served four aces in a row. The 8th grade lost their first       keys are more intelligent than oth-        rapidly as in the United States; and
Oskaloosa. Mr. Bainbridge passed           sold. The P.C. Auditorium seats           game 22 – 25, lost their second game 24 – 26, but won their third game 25           ers. In the case presented, it was a       it is not savages nor primitive men
away on Sept. 1 at the Hospice Se-         nearly 800 people. If you would like      – 19. This week NM faces Lynnville-Sully at Sully and Sigourney at home.            monkey named Johnnie, a rhesus             who are doing this, but men and
renity House in Oskaloosa. His fu-         to order tickets for this “reserved             Recently Josephine Henry enjoyed a visit from her daughter, Agnes,            monkey kept by a farmer in Austra-         women who boast of civilization.
neral was held on Sept. 7 at the Os-       seating” concert, just call me at 641-    and friend, Jeff, who live at Colorado Springs.                                     lia, that learned to drive a tractor and   (Fairfield Osborn).
kaloosa First Christian Disciples of       660-0443. There are various ticket             The Mahaska County American Legion Auxiliary meeting was held last             to follow simple instructions, such             From the “Country Gentleman”
Christ Church.                             prices and packages for a combina-        Thursday evening at the Legion Hall in Oskaloosa.                                   as “turn right” and “turn left.”           and written by Donald Peattie: “Na-
     All of you who are my age             tion ticket which also admits you to            The figure 8 cars were racing last Sunday afternoon at the Betterment              It was a group of Japanese scien-     ture fights for life because she loves
and older probably remember the            the “The Triumphant Quartet” con-         Club track.                                                                         tists who proved that monkeys can          life. Although people may point to
“Wiggs Milky Way - where the cow           cert to be held Sat., Nov. 19, 6:30             Connie Ehle celebrated her birthday on Sept. 11.                              also teach each other. They lured          the relentless struggle among ani-
jumps over the moon,” located on           pm, at the Pella Christian Audito-              Remember that the recycle bin comes to town on Sept. 14 and will be           a troop of macaques to a supply of         mals for food, mates, and room to
     A Ave. East in Oskaloosa. I re-       rium. This combination ticket must        here for a week.                                                                    sweet potatoes. It was the mon-            live, their fight is nothing like hu-
member going there as a child to eat       be purchased by Sept. 18.                      The fire department will have their monthly training on Sept. 15 at 7:00       keys’ habit to remove sand sticking        man war. Nature preaches no ha-
ice cream. Wigg and his wife, Lois,             *Jordan has enrolled Bandit,         P.M. at the fire station.                                                           to the vegetable by rubbing it. But        tred, wreaks no revenge. When buck
purchased this business in 1959,
and Wigg tended to the store daily
                                           AKA “Wild Child,” in dog obedi-
                                           ence school to begin next week.                                     Taintor, Granville and                                    one of the monkeys found it was
                                                                                                                                                                         more effective to wash the potatoes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    fights buck, when an ant tribe com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    bats another, it is not to impose alien
                                                                                                                                                                         in a brook. Soon the other monkeys         rule upon the enemy or to inflict cru-
until just two years ago, when at the
young age of 88 years old, he decid-
                                           Tom and I love our grand-dog, but a
                                           little discipline for Bandit would be                                  Lynnville News                                         picked up that practice. And they had      elty. Nature shows no pity, neither
ed it was time to slow down. The           a great trait.                                                         By Ada Kay Van Maanen                                  also learned that the easiest and fast-    does she persecute.”
store is now called, “Wiggs Country             *How many of you watched the                                                                                             est ways to separate grains of wheat            I believe I may appreciate Na-
Store” and carries just about every-       NASCAR race in Richmond last                  On Thursday, Lyn Kinney visited with Judy and Orv Morehouse in                  from dust and sand was to throw            ture more if I remember the gist of
thing you would need, including gas,       evening? It was a nail-biter for me       Knoxville and they had lunch together.                                              handfuls of the dirt into a stream or      this quote: “The old gentleman was
food, and a laundromat. Bill and           and all of the Dale Earnhardt Jr. fans.       Happy Birthday to daughter-in-law, Cathy Van Maanen, on September               pond and wait until the wheat grains       in a pensive mood. ‘Do you know,’
Carrie run the store now.                  Of course, we wanted Dale to make         16.                                                                                 floated to the surface! Among other        he said, ‘we have a rich heritage. I
     I felt honored to play the key-       “the race for the chase,” and when            Having lunch together on September 1 at the Tulip city Restaurant in            animals with high levels of intelli-       couldn’t sell for a dime, and wouldn’t
board prelude and postlude for             he was wrecked already in lap #8,         Pella were Lois Klyn and her daughters Bonnie Boot and Kathy Arkema.                gence are those we have often seen         sell for a million dollars, my right to
Wigg’s funeral. Wigg had given             through no fault of his own, Dale’s           Last Saturday, Teryn VanderBeek stayed overnight with her grandpar-             performing in circus rings, such as        hear the roaring splash of the seas as
many years to serving his country,         chances looked rather bleak. Even         ents, Dot and Denny Zylstra.                                                        dogs, horses, lions, tigers, and el-       it pounds against the rock shore….
enlisting in the United States Army        though I was exhausted, I stayed              Lowell and Linda Goemaat spent Thursday - Monday at Mt. Pleasant                ephants.                                   To hear the rushing, thundering,
in 1939, and being discharged from         awake to watch the entire race on         attending Old Thrashers.                                                                 A strange label, “Nature’s Un-        thudding of a mighty waterfall…..
active duty in 1945. Wigg continued        my hotel TV, not wanting to sleep             I attended the Sammie Lee Concert on Saturday at the Lynnville Friends          dertaker” has been given to the            my right to walk along the shore of
to serve his country through the Na-       until I knew if Dale made it. Dale        Church.                                                                             Necrophorus beetle, most popularly         a placid streaming lake, its surface
tional Guard and the Reserves, retir-      fought hard to hang on to a position          Nathan, Brianne, and Caleb Martin, who are missionaries to Cambodia             known as the sexton beetle. Why is it      punctured once in a while by a trout,
ing with the rank of Captain after 20      in the top ten of the standings, and      were Saturday overnight guests of Lyn Kinney.                                       considered an undertaker? It seems         or disturbed by a swan….. My right
plus years. The family requested           succeeded when attrition turned the           On Tuesday, September 6 eating out at the Peppertree in Oskaloosa were          that when a small animal dies, the         to inhale exhilarating mountain air
that I play a variety of patriotic and     numbers in his favor. Dale wound          Melvin and Carol Fynaardt, John and Lois Klyn, Donald and Rachel Vander             smell of death attracts the black-and-     spiced with wild flowers, snow wa-
gospel songs, including, “God Bless        up 10th in the standings, just barely     Malen, Earl and Marcia Van Gorp, and Sylvia Nieuwsma. They were cel-                orange beetle, which then sets about       ter and pines….. My right to quench
America” at the conclusion of the          in the chase since he wasn’t eligible     ebrating Melvin and Carol’s 50th wedding anniversary.                               its task. By lying on its back beneath     my thirst in a clear mountain stream.
funeral. From the church, Tom and          for a “wild card” position.                   Anniversary wishes to Melvin and Marcille Ratcliff on September 13 and          the corpse, the male beetle moves it       My son, life would be meaningless
I joined friends and family to the              *A boy, frustrated with all the      to Pastor Dave and Jan Pinkerton on September 20.                                   to a suitable burial place. Then, with     without such free gifts.” (W.S. Skel-
parking lot of Wigg’s Country Store        rules he had to follow, asked his fa-         Dot Zylstra attended Camden’s game at Altoona and Sage’s game at Mar-           the aid of the female, it digs a hole      ton in “Nature Magazine.”)
where military rites were given by         ther, “Dad, how soon will I be old        shalltown, both on Saturday.
members of the American Legion,            enough to do as I please?” The fa-            Shannon Miller of Newton is the mother of a daughter, Tanyaisha Jade,
V.F.W., and D.A.V.                         ther answered immediately, “I just        born on August 7. Matthew and Alesha Routuer of Galesburg are the parents
                                           don’t know son. No male has ever          of a son, Conner Michael, born on August 30. Eileen Miller of Lynnville is
                                           lived that long yet.” OK...I thought      the great grandmother of both babies.
      New Sharon Sun                       you men out there needed a chuckle            The Van Maanen sibling get together was held on Sunday at the City
                                                                                     Hall. Arlene and Arnout Dunnick were the hosts. The next gathering will be
         P.O. Box 502                      today. Have a great one, and stay...
                                                                                     October 9 at Dorothy Van Maanen’s.
         113 1/2 Main                         In God’s Grip,                             The DeKraai reunion will be held on Sunday September 25 at the Friends
                                              Cindy Drost                            Church in New Sharon.
  New Sharon, IA 50207                                                                   Sunday, September 11, 2011 was the 10th anniversary of the attack on
   Phone:(641)637-4031                                                               our Nation by terrorists. May we continue to lift our prayers for those who
                                                                                     lost loved ones that day and in the conflicts around the world since that day.
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                                                                                                                                                                         help you monitor your child’s brows-       count so that your child cannot use it
                                                                                                                                                                         ing when you are not in the room.          to install or remove programs.
                                                                                                                                                                             These programs can record                   If your child regularly uses cha-
                                                                                                                                                                         browser web addresses, e-mails, and        trooms, instant messaging or social
   $32 per year in                                                                                                                                                       chat software, and can also filter and     networking sites, there is an elec-
 Mahaska County and                                      Saturday, September 24                                                                                          block certain web sites and even re-
                                                                                                                                                                         cord what has been typed on the key-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    tronic identity card service they can
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    use to verify who they are talking to:
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                         Lower Grove                                                                         Lower Grove                                                                                                       Country Girl’s
                            News                                                                                News                                                                                                              Corner
                             By Rosemary Schmidt                                                                     By Rosemary Schmidt                                                                                                  By: Sheryl Carter
 Garden report….just when I had giv-
en up on the garden, Sammie brings
                                               Common Sense was preceded
                                         in death, by his parents, Truth and
                                                                                       Due to the rain on Saturday eve-
                                                                                   ning, the Lower Grove Neighbor-
                                                                                                                                    of juice. They have not produced
                                                                                                                                    like we would have liked, but we ate
                                                                                                                                                                                                     September Song
in a bucket of tomatoes. Guess they      Trust, by his wife, Discretion, by        hood Potluck supper was held at the              a big plate full almost every meal.                                   We blinked and it was here—fall.     ferings found in a historical village
decided to give me something to          his daughter, Responsibility and by       Peoria School Gym in Peoria. The                 They say that the licopene in the                                With leaves already crunching un-         in the way of the old crafts and deli-
do. I will be making tomato juice        his son, Reason. He is survived by        weather was rainy most of the day                tomatoes is so good for you. Wow,                                derfoot, the nights turning cooler—a      cious foods.
tomorrow. I have been busy freezing      his 4 stepbrothers; I know my rights;     and we did not want to postpone it,              we must be loaded with licopene by                               huge 60-degree difference from just            Back at our homestead, we have
peaches. One of the peach trees is       I want it now; Someone else is to         so the decision was made to move it              now.                                                             a few short weeks ago—and the tell-       been doing some major houseclean-
just loaded and they are delicious.      blame; and I’m a victim.                  to Peoria. The Lower Grove Park                       Saturday we attended the ‘10th                              tale smells of early fall in the air—     ing. This is what did not get done
They are really golden and sweet.               Not many attended Common           would have been a little ‘soggy’ and             Annual Taste of History’ at Lyn-                                 fall is here once again. Towns are al-    last spring when Loren had his hand
I don’t need to put much sugar on        Sense’s funeral because so few re-        later on we decided that it was a wise           nville, Iowa. It was held under a big                            ready having their fall festivals. We     surgery and the subsequent months
them. The tree was so loaded with        alized he was gone. Hope you still        decision when we looked out the                  top white tent at the Wagaman Mill                               were in Dallas Center a few weeks         of recovery. He is my #1 window
peaches that some of the limbs have      remember him!!!!                          door and seen a hard shower coming               & Museum in the Linden House                                     ago for theirs and I see Lynnville is     washer and the only one that can
been breaking down. I suppose we            We were fortunate to receive over      down. The rain was needed so we                  parking lot. Several ‘old time’ dem-                             having their Taste of History today       wrestle those pesky aluminum win-
should have picked some of them off      an inch of rain this week. It gave        did not complain. We were pleased                onstrations were being held such                                 as I write this on Saturday, Septem-      dows out of their tight places. We are
early to lighten the load. We have       everything a good drink, washed the       with the turnout of about 60 people.             as washing clothes by hand on the                                ber 10. Nelson Pioneer Farm will be       narrowing the whole thing down and
a row of beets and I will be making      dust off the crops and even washed        The ‘potluck’ supper was something               wash board. Lois Vander Schel                                    having Pioneer Days next Saturday         hopefully, will soon be done. I was
pickled beets out of them.               the dust off the car. And it was nice     to behold as there was an abundance              was demonstrating and also hang-                                 on the 17th, and Kalona will host         going to wait til spring to do win-
     ****An obituary printed in the      to have the windows open and no           of food and a wide variety. Those                ing the clothes on the clothes line. I                           their annual Fall Festival on Friday      dows and curtains, but as May is a
London Times….                           dust flying through the house. When       attending were previous neighbors                told her that I could handle hanging                             and Saturday, September 23 and 24.        whole nine months away, I thought
    Today we mourn the passing of a      the all our kid, grandkids and great-     such as: Gilbert & Iris Vander Wal,              the clothes up, but forget the wash-                                  We generally go down to Nelson       we best be doing it now.
beloved old friend, Common Sense,        grandkids were here last week, we         Marilyn (Van Wyk) Vos, Case & Ra-                board!!!!      Other demonstrations                              Pioneer, but not sure if we will this          It looks so wonderful to gaze
who has been with us for many            sat around outside and remarked           chel Vander Hart, Henrietta Vander               were: Making homemade ice cream                                  year. It is always a nice time and ev-    through a clean window with freshly
years. No one knows for sure how         how there were NO mosquitoes. We          Hart, and the young couples of the               with the crank freezer, spinning                                 erything is located within easy walk-     washed curtains hanging over them
old he was, since his birth records      had very few mosquitoes this year         neighborhood. It was a great time                wool, quilt making, crocheting, em-                              ing distance. When we went years          and to know those shelves overhead
were long ago lost in bureaucratic       even though the river was out and         for neighbors to catch up on the                 broidering, and rope making (done                                ago with our kids, the noon meal was      are scrubbed clean along with every-
red tape. He will be remembered as       water all over. It is kind of puzzling,   news of the Lower Grove neighbor-                by Milton Vos). I came home with a                               cooked right on site in a kitchen set     thing that sits on them. Yes, I have
having cultivated such valuable les-     but it sure has made summer more          hood and their families.                         rope made by Milton and a crocheted                              up in the large machine shed. Boy,        a lot of goodies stashed around here
sons as:                                 enjoyable.                                     Fall is such a beautiful time of            dish cloth made by Billie Monsma.                                that dinner was good, too.                and there with teapot and teacup,
1. Knowing when to come in out of               Saturday morning we joined         the year and with harvesting the                 A lunch was served by the LFC                                         Homemade ham and beans and           pitcher and basket collections, and it
the rain.                                friends at Happy Joes in Pella for        crops that God gave us, it is so re-             Youth and they had delicious pulled                              beef stew, with fresh out of the oven     does make a big job at cleaning time,
2. Why the early bird gets the worm.     breakfast pizza. We sit around a big      warding. I particularly like the cool            pork sandwiches. There were vari-                                cornbread. That must have become          but I enjoy them all. Usually, I get
3. Life isn’t always fair.               round table and have a fun time of        weather and no humidity. While                   ous activities going on under the tent                           too much work for the cooks, so they      the bug and put some stuff away, and
      Common Sense lived by sim-         visiting. Everyone drinks coffee, ex-     looking out the window this morn-                all day including a spelling bee, and                            farmed it out to a caterer, but they      then a short time later am hauling it
ple, sound financial policies (don’t     cept me and I drink Pepsi I tell them     ing I was amazed at what I was see-              music by Fred & Julie Buck, Sammie                               made a mess out of it—the food just       out again! Oh, well!
spend more than you can earn) and        that coffee is for old people and pop     ing. There was a sizable amount of               & Kalvin Schmidt, Pastor Warnock                                 wasn’t as good. Lately, though, it             I think our garden is about call-
reliable strategies (adults, not the     is the young peoples drink. I have        dragon flies flying around and then              & family, and Chad Meyer. Senator                                has been better and is now served in      ing it quits. The onions and potatoes
children, are in charge.) Common         been saying that for years, but now       I noticed birds also ‘dive bombing’              Dennis Black spoke about the Civil                               their new building called Bradford        are dug and the beans had their last
Sense’s health began to deteriorate      I am up in the ‘old people’ range, so     like they were after them. Did not               War Medal Honor recipients. Other                                Hall or something—can’t recall the        hoorah, A prolific bunch they were,
rapidly when well-intentioned, but       maybe I better think of something         see them catch one though. I tried to            activities included a tour through the                           right name. They even have a stage        too. We still have a few tomatoes
overbearing regulations were set in      else to say!! Those joining us were:      watch them through the field glasses             Wagamon Mill. Sammie remem-                                      at one end where people can play          plus green and hot peppers avail-
place. Reports of a 6 year old boy       Phil Vogelaar, Case Vander Hart,          but they were going too fast and div-            bered going there with his Dad when                              music. One year we watched part of        able. I will miss our garden for sure.
charged with sexual harassment for       Shorty Wichhart, Marv & Char Roll-        ing around. Just never had seen any-             he was a child. It has lovingly been                             the fiddle contest—I so enjoyed that.     All that wonderful fresh stuff! Oh,
kissing a classmate; teens suspend-      ins and Dwayne & Sally Bruinekool.        thing like it. I called Sammie out to            made into a Museum and very well                                      Another highlight at Nelson is       for a greenhouse to grow fresh veg-
ed from school for using mouthwash              ****Grandparents Answering         look at them and he also said it was             preserved. Originally the Mill had a                             going through the wonderful old           etables all year long! That is a dream
after lunch; and a teacher that was      Machine….                                 the first time he had seen so many               small paddle saw mill made in 1846                               Nelson red brick home and the             of mine for sure. At least I have my
fired for reprimanding an unruly stu-    Good morning…At present we are            together. We wondered if they were               and a gristmill made in 1848 to grind                            small little log cabin across the road,   little cold frame to grow lettuces and
dent, only worsened his condition.       not at home, please leave your mes-       migrating south.                                 grain into flour. In 1868, a vertical                            where the family first lived before       spinach and for that I am grateful.
    Common Sense lost ground when        sage after you hear the beep.                    ****Garden report…The rain                drive hydraulic Leffel turbine was                               moving into the large brick house.             This week we dulcimer girls met
parents attacked teachers for doing      If you are one of our children, dial      that we had recently, kind of perked             purchased from Ohio. The turbine                                 The log cabin isn’t original to the       together after nearly two months. It
the job that they themselves had         1 and then select the option from 1       things up and maybe we will get                  revolutionized the milling process                               site—which must have either been          was so great to catch up with one an-
failed to do in disciplining their un-   to 5 in order of ‘arrival’ so we know     some good turnips yet. He dug                    by eliminating the old, large paddle                             torn down or fell down years ago.         other’s lives and share “what we did
ruly children. It declined even fur-     who it is.                                carrots and juiced some of them. I               wheel and allowing year-round op-                                The cabin on site now is the Benja-       on our summer vacations”! I took
ther when schools were required to       If you need us to stay with the chil-     let him clean them and then ‘stole’              eration. In 1898, the mill was sold                              min Littler cabin from Bussey, but I      a bunch of weeds along to symbol-
get parental consent to administer       dren, press 2.                            them from him to cut into coin slices            to W.K. and Lena Wagaman. He                                     don’t know where it was located.          ize what has mainly kept me busy.
sun lotion or an aspirin to a student;   If you want to borrow the car, press      to freeze for eating this winter. He             installed a modern flouring machine                                   As the grandfathers of my par-       It gave us a chuckle anyway. One of
but could not inform parents when a      3.                                        made carrot juice out of the small               and created the famed ‘Red Bird’,                                ents, the Parkers and the Smiths, both    us was extremely productive with
student became pregnant and wanted       If you want us to wash and iron your      ones. We have been doing peaches.                ‘White Lion’ sifted flour and ‘Wheat                             homesteaded on land east of Bussey,       her time and had some lovely sewn
to have an abortion. Common sense        clothes, press 4.                         Sammie picked TEN 5 gallon buck-                 Heart’ cereal. We were amazed at                                 it’s very possible someone in those       items to display (which we all want-
lost the will to live as the churches    If you want the grandchildren to          ets full of peaches from a tree he               the workings of the mill and that it                             two families might at one time have       ed, by the way). I don’t think the rest
became businesses; and criminals         sleep here tonight, press 5.              planted 3 years ago. He figured he               still runs today thanks to the Lyn-                              stepped across the threshold of the       of us want to do “what we did...”
received better treatment than their     If you want us to pick up the kids at     has picked 55 gallon of peaches off              nville Historical Society. Next year,                            Littler cabin. Now wouldn’t that just     anytime soon. Ha!
victims.                                 school, press 6                           that one tree. We have given away                be sure and attend this activity and                             be amazing? As the saying goes, if             Another fun thing I had to share
     Common Sense took a beating         If you want us to prepare a meal for      quite a few and have eaten a bunch.              see a part of our local history.                                 only walls could talk.                    is the article that came out in the
when you couldn’t defend yourself        Sunday or to have it delivered to         The rest are my responsibility to                   ****Thought for the day. Smile at                                  My husband and I haven’t been        summer issue of the Dulcimer Play-
from a burglar in your own home          your home, press 7.                       blanch, peel, slice and freeze. They             people. It takes 72 muscles to frown                             to Kalona’s festival for awhile, but      ers News. Entitled “My Own Sim-
and the burglar could sue you for as-    If you want to come to eat here,          taste so good in the winter time. The            and 14 to smile. (Just remember…                                 our dulcimer group played in their        ple Gift”; it was the story of how I,
sault.                                   press 8.                                  tomato plants have given us plenty               you will have less wrinkles if you                               big entertainment tent a few years        and eventually we, became involved
     Common Sense finally gave up        If you need money, dial 9.                to eat and yesterday I made 7 quarts             smile)                                                           ago—what a great audience that            with dulcimer playing. To see it ac-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     was! I see the festival theme for         tually in print in our dulcimer maga-
                                                                                    Get your ad
the will to live, after a woman failed   If you are going to invite us to din-
to realize that a steaming cup of cof-   ner, or are taking us to the theatre…                                                                                                                       2011 is “The Year of the Quilt”, and      zine gave us all a bit of a thrill.




                                                                                                                                          Thanks
fee was hot. She spilled a little in     start talking…WE ARE LISTEN-                                                                                                                                as always, they have a ton of things           Well, this weekend is Mis-
her lap, and was promptly awarded a
huge settlement.
                                         ING!!
                                                                                     in today!                                                                                                       going on. Last time I bought a sturdy
                                                                                                                                                                                                     and practical handmade broom from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               sion Conference at our Community
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Church here in Sully, and tonight is
                                                                                                                                                                                                     a maker in the Historical Village and     the pulled pork supper at 6 pm. We
Genealogy                                                 Sofas • Dining Sets • Corner Groups
                                                                                                                                                                                                     it has been a good one, too. It really
                                                                                                                                                                                                     sweeps things up nicely and I keep it
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               have already had the Men’s Prayer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Breakfast and the Ladies Missionary

Worshop
                                                                                                                                           for
                                                        Lamps • Bedroom Sets • Chairs • Recliners                                                                                                    on our enclosed porch.                    Guest Day this morning and at noon
                                                                                                                                                                                                          I went online and printed off the    today. We are looking forward to
                                                           Bedding • Curios • Used Furniture                                                                                                         brochure and see that this year they      hear more from these dear mission-

Planned by                                                                            1510 - 17th Ave. East • Oskaloosa
                                                                                                                                                                                                     will also have chainsaw sculptures
                                                                                                                                                                                                     along with a host of antique and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ary families.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Till next time, I bid you bye for



                                                                                                                                          reding
                                                                                                                                                                                                     craft vendors as well as the usual of-    now!
Daughters                                                                                    641-673-4040
                                                                                      Open: Mon. thru Sat. 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Lacey News
of American                                                  THANK YOU!!!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               By: Grumpy Old Man



                                                                                                                                         the Sun!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Jack Newport
Revolution                                     Thank you for the calls, flowers, food, cards,
A genealogy workshop sponsored by                 memorials and prayers extended to us                                                                                                                   The wife has been keeping me          gallon we all have to jump in the car
the Grinnell Chapter of the Daugh-                                                                                                                                                                   on my toes the last few weeks. We         and take off for a weekend get away.
ters of the American Revolution,                    during the loss of our mother and                                                                                                                got family pictures while Keith was       Had a surprise the other day, got a
DAR Action Five Committee is set
for 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, at
                                                grandmother. We  sincerely appreciated it.                                                           Local CDL Drivers 
                                                                                                                                                                                                     home on leave and got them back a
                                                                                                                                                                                                     couple weeks ago. When came time
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               knock on the door from Wayne Ehret
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               who lived in New Sharon a few years
the Drake Library in the community
room, 930 Park St. in Grinnell. Pre-
                                                     The Maxine Ferguson Family                                                               Needed in the Iowa Falls Area:                         to hang them on the wall Julie de-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     cided we needed to paint that wall,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               back. Wayne used to teach school in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               New Sharon in the 1960s and 1970s
                                                                                                                                          Do You Have: 
senters will be Marlys Ankrum and                                                                                                                                                                    which turned into the whole living        before moving to Sac City. Wayne
                                                                                                                                            A Class A License 
Jeanette Shannon. The public is wel-                                                                                                                                                                 room, then turned into the dining         seem to be doing well but like the
                                                                                                                                            A Valid Medical Card 
come. Reservations are appreciated                                                                                                                                                                   room. Everyone knows the kitchen          rest of us getting gray and bigger
but not required. Anyone needing                                                         Guaranteed                                        
                                                                                                                                            2 Years Experience 
                                                                                                                                                                                                     is next and we can’t do all that with-    around the middle.
help with genealogy research or in
joining DAR is invited to the work-
                                                                                       Lowest Prices                                      Do You Want:                                               out new curtains and shades and a
                                                                                                                                                                                                     house cleaning. So after two weeks
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Our deepest sympathy goes out
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               to Bill Bainbridge and family for the
                                                                                                                                            Competitive Pay  
shop or to contact Darlene at (641)                                                      in the Area.                                       Home Every Night                                         of cleaning, painting, and hanging        loss o his father William. I’ve known
792-0174 or Gail at (641) 236-6988.                                                                                                         Scheduled Weekends Off                                   curtains the pictures are still not up    William, always known as Wigg to
                                                                                   it Pays YoU to compare                                   Competitive Benefits                                     and she is talking about painting the     me for many years. Wigg ran the
        Capri Theatre                           Greg and Brenda Watts
                                              606 South Front St., Box 793
                                                                                            Monday through Friday
                                                                                             9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                                            Well Maintained Equipment  
                                                                                                                                              WE HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY 
                                                                                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                                                                                     bedrooms next. Might get pictures
                                                                                                                                                                                                     up by next X-mas.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Milkway where as a kid we always
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               had to stop for ice cream every time
                  New Sharon, IA                 Montezuma, IA 50171                Nights, Weekends or In Home Appointments                         FOR YOU!                                            Holiday weekend has started           we went to Osky. I’ll always keep
                                                   641-623-1100                               Available Upon Request                                                                                 and everyone is leaving town for          Wigg (William) in my thoughts and
   September 16-18
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                                                                                                                                            website or picked up at the Feed Mill located at 411 
                                                                                                                                                                                                     the last big weekend before snow          heart in the years to come.
 Fri. & Sat. 7 & 9:15 p.m                              www.wattsmonuments.net
                                                                                                                                           Lawler St. in Iowa Falls. Apply in person, appointment 
                                                                                                                                              appreciated. Please call (641) 648‐5020 Ext. 10. 
                                                                                                                                                                                                     comes. The Pollpeters are off to see
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Blake at college. You know it’s kind
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Just a little note about Camden
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               McKay and his broken leg, seems to
       Sunday 2:00                                                                                                                                                                                   of funny when kids are growing up         be doing well and is back in school.
                                                                                                                                                                                                     parents can’t wait to get them out on     He should be back to normal in a few
 Tickets Always $3.00                                                                                                                Business building                                               their own. But when the time comes        more weeks. Happy birthday goes
       Crazy Stupid                                                                                                                    FOR SALE                                                      and there gone for a few weeks you
                                                                                                                                                                                                     want to jump in the car and go see
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               out for Ariel LaRue on the 10th,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Robert Stout on the 17th, Asher De-
 PG-13    Love                                                                                                                       774 sq. ft. business                                            them, wonder if the kids want to see
                                                                                                                                                                                                     us. The rest of town is leaving one at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Boef on the 22nd, Blake Lanphier
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               on the 24th, and Ray DeWitt on the
                                                                                                                                      building for sale                                              a time for somewhere. Think we’ll         29th. Anniversaries are Traviss and
                                                                                                                                                                                                     be the only ones left to hold down        Lisa Stodghill
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                                                                                                                                                                                                     the fort. Many years ago everyone         on the 24th, Kevin and Linda Ren-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                     stayed close to home having picnics       aud on the 27th, and Jim and Lenora
                      Plumbing                                                                                                            currently                                                  and ball games in almost every back       Coulter on the 29th.
                                                Mark Brandt                                                                          Jo’s Shear Envy.                                                yard. But that was when gas was 29             When you get mad let it out, or
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       NORTH MAHASKA NOTES
                                                                                              Just Sayin’                                                              to make a food establishment operate. There are waiters, waitresses, cooks,
    BROUGHT TO YOU EACH WEEK BY:                                                                                                                                       and dishwashers - plus bathrooms to clean, floors to sweep and mop, tables
                                                                                                                                                                       and chairs to disinfect, and on and on. This will be a great opportunity to
                                                                                                                                                                       show them the ‘other side of the table’. They will be required to work as a
                                                                                                By Ralphi Munson                                                       team to make sure everything runs smoothly so the diners enjoy a delicious
                                                                                                                                                                       meal. Plus they will also get the task of cleaning up everything when the
                                                                                     HEAR YE! HEAR YE! You are ALL cordially invited to Scooter’s on                   last customer has left. Working with the public can be very stressful....and
             641-637-4035           *800-872-2335                               Sunday (yes, I said Sunday), September 18 from 11 to 2 for a very special             very rewarding. Our kids are lucky they will have the best patrons to serve.
                                                                                event: “Kickoff to Homecoming!” What makes this so special is that the                       One more positive point to this story is the fact that Scooter’s staff is
             New Sharon          *www.plbco.com                                 staff hosting this lunch will be our own NORTH MAHASKA WARHAWKS!                      very excited about the chance to help out our kids and school. Scooters will
                                                                                                                                                                      provide their own cooks (that will be the only hired help) but when asked to
                                                                                       Here’s the basics: You can choose from a selection of 4 meal choices
                 “. . .Building Your Dream”                                     (tenderloins, hamburgers, chicken, or a salad). All meals with come with              come in a their day off, those employees offered to work for free to benefit
                                                                                onion rings or french fries and your choice of drink (pop, tea, or water). The        our children. Even their cleaning lady (the lovely Terri Burch) said she will
                                                                                                                                                                      work pro bono since the money is going to NM. She will be a fun supervi-
             North Mahaska Events                                               total price will be $10, which includes tax. The waiters, waitresses, dish
                                                                                washers, etc. will be the football players, volleyball girls, cheerleaders, and       sor, along with the coaches. And seriously, won’t it be neat to eat out in New
September 15 ~ 6:00 p.m. Volleyball vs Keota (H)                                trainers. They will be working for tips. The key word here is ‘working’. All          Sharon on a Sunday? What a treat!
                                                                                money raised will go to the North Mahaska Boosters.                                          This idea of helping North Mahaska and knowing that Scott, Sharon,
September 16 ~ 7:00 p.m. Football @ BGM
                                                                                      Let’s look at the big picture of this fundraising event. As we all know,        and the employees of Scooters are so supportive of our community all came
September 17 ~ 9:00 a.m. North Mahaska Volleyball Tournament                                                                                                          together last week. I asked a few residents (like Ronda VanWyk) if they
                                                                                budget cuts have forced schools to raise money to pay for extras for years
September 19 ~ 4:15 p.m. Cross Country @ BGM, JH Football 7th &                 now. And we all know that we don’t mind helping out our future generation             would be willing to show up this Sunday when I explained what was going
    8th @ Pella Christian, JH Volleyball @ Montezuma, 6:00 p.m.                 and the highly respected North Mahaska School. But isn’t it nice to see the           on, and all said, “You bet!” A huge thank you to Scooters, Mr. Moffit, and
    F/S Football vs English Valley (H) and Vollleyball @ English Val-           kids have to do the work to earn it? Maybe I’m selfish but I will gladly part         Mr. Ehret (well, Polly who gave her permission first) for allowing this to all
    ley                                                                         with our spending cash if I get something back. I wear my NM apparel, I               happen on such short notice. Also, thank you in advance to all the students,
September 20 ~ 4:15 Cross Country @ Eddyville                                   look at my NM calendar every day, I enjoy watching the games I pay admis-             coaches, and teachers who will volunteer their time to get the kids to show
                                                                                sion to see, etc. But I am going to love to see the kids in action serving the        up and make sure they perform their duties. And most of all...THANK YOU,
September 22 ~ 4:15 JH Volleyball vs Tri-County (H)
                                                                                public. And trust me, they will work hard for their tips.                             the fans and friends of North Mahaska who will be there to eat a wonderful
September 23 ~ 7:00 p.m. Football vs Lynnville-Sully (H) Homecom-                                                                                                     lunch while giving our working students the tips needed to keep our school
                                                                                       Now let’s talk about those kids. I’m sure some of them have been out
    ing                                                                         to eat at a restaurant before and never really thought about what all it takes        activities safe for all to enjoy.

              North Mahaska Lunch
                                                                                                         Tales of the                                                      Bill Ward and I were the only diabetic judges and since we were both


                                                                                                      Ancient Sportsman
                                                                                                                                                                       unaccustomed to sweets, we had to take a little more time with the sweet
Thursday, September 15                    Bun, Lettuce/Mayo, Tator Tots,                                                                                               things. We had to make about four passes of the carmel pecan sweet rolls to
B: Hash Brown Casserole, 100%             Buttered Peas, Pears, Milk                                                                                                   be absolutely sure we got it right. But we did get it. Those sweet rolls were
  Fruit Juice, Milk                     Tuesday, September 20                                                                                                          a winner.
L: Walking Taco or Taco Salad, Let-     B: Sausage Patty, Whole Grain                                            By Burdell Hensley                                        I had to take a break between each round to check on the ball game. My
  tuce/Cheese. Diced Tomatoes,            Toast, Pears, Milk                                                                                                           emotions went from being elated to totally bummed. But then I have to feel
  Cooked Carrots, Applesauce,           L: Baked Goulash w/Cheddar                  What a beautiful week. I do love the fall season, but a little rain would          good for Paul Rhodes. I feel he is a class guy and I hope he does well in the
  Grain Bread/ Butter, Milk               Cheese, Seasoned Green Beans,         sure help. I was involved in some events this week that allowed me to enjoy           Big 12. But they will see tougher defenses in their conference. The Iowa
                                                                                the beauty of nature a great deal.                                                    defense will have problems all year as long as they sit back and don’t blitz or
Friday, September 16                      Mixed Fruit, Bread Sticks, Milk           On Thursday our bank group in Fairfield enjoyed a Dutch oven cookout              put on a decent pass rush. They did make Steele Jantz look pretty good and I
B: Sizzlers, Whole Grain Toast, Ap-     Wednesday, September 21                 and program at Jefferson County Park. It was a gorgeous setting and the meal          think he just might be the real deal.
  plesauce, Milk                        B: Breakfast Burrito, Mixed Fruit,      was out of sight. Chicken and dumplings, rice and vegetables, pineapple up-               After the cookoff and the game I decided to take out my frustrations on a
L: Beef Fritter on Whole Grain Bun,       Milk                                  side down cake and a delightful chocolate cake made for a meal fit for a king.        golf ball. I walked nine holes of golf to burn off some of that sugar and I shot
  Season Fries, Frozen Mixed Veg-       L: Beef Burrito/Cheese Sauce, Span-     My blood sugar level took a hit, but I did use a little moderation.                   the best round I have ever shot. I played by the old starchy rules and turned
  etables, Peaches, Rice Krispie Bar,     ish Rice, Lettuce Salad, Buttered         After the meal we were able to ride the tram around the park and the              in a 41. I even chipped in a 50 foot shot for a birdie on a par five hole that
  Milk                                    Corn, Fruit Salad, Milk               ranger gave a very interesting presentation on the types of plants, grasses and       made me forget all about the football game in a hurry. I was sure that I had a
                                                                                natural prairie items in the park.                                                    hole-in-one on a par three hole as my tee shot headed right for the pin. It hit
Monday, September 19                    Thursday, September 22                      Friday night was as nice a night for football as I have enjoyed for some          and backed up into the short fringe grass about 10 feet from the hole. I got all
B: Warm Cinnamon Breakfast Cake,        B: Donut Holes, 1/2 Orange, Milk        time. I was able to cover the Tri-County game at Twin Cedars and it was a             excited and three putted for a bogey.
  Peaches, Milk                         L: Tomato Soup/Crackers, Toasted        dandy. It was a real roller-coaster ride and for the Trojan fans it was a bum-            There were lots of 9/11 events this weekend and the one in the Oskaloosa
L: Chicken Patty on Whole Grain           Cheese Sandwich, Baby Carrots/        mer in the end. The night was made so spectacular by a stunning sun set in            City square was most impressive. The Musco truck that was at Ground Zero
                                                                                the west and a lovely harvest moon coming up in the east. This was a football         and the smoke stained flag were very touching. The little flags on the green
                                                                                night like it ought to be.                                                            were impressive as well.
                    Senior Meal Site                                                The two teams battled into overtime and then the Sabers used their big                Let’s take a look at what happened in our yesterdays.
                                                                                horse to pull out the win 44-42. Jared Stephens carried the ball an incredible            75 years ago: Sept. 14, 1936- Iowa schoolboy, Bob Feller, fanned 17
Senior Meal Site Phone# 641-637-4550
                                                                                55 times for 334 yards for the Sabers and he scored the winning touchdown             Philadelphia A’s to break and American League record and tie Dizzy Dean’s
 For Meal reservations, please call the meal sitethe day before. Thank you!
                                                                                and two point conversion. The passing combination of Nick Watts to Spencer            Major League mark. Sept. 17- Fremont blasted Martinsburg 11-0 in the fall
 This meal is offered on a contribution basis for persons 60 years of age and
                                                                                Steinke produced three touchdowns for the Trojans and Levi Ryals had a big            baseball opener. Roscoe Hild fired a one-hitter for Fremont while Rodney
over and their spouse of any age. Skim milk or non-fat milk is used in all
                                                                                kickoff return for a TD and two touchdown catches.                                    Hibler cracked three hits, Jack Fellers had two hits and Bob Wolfe added a
recipes. Hot cocoa mix, skim milk, 2% milk, whole wheat bread/muffins,
                                                                                    It was homecoming for Twin Cedars and it was homecoming for me as                 triple. Sept. 19- Delta topped Sigourney 7-2. Don Rholoff passed to Bruce
and whole grain bread/muffins, and margarine are offered with all meals.
                                                                                well. 49 years ago this fall I began my teaching career in Saberland. I was           Moore for the Delta score. Rholoff and Tommy Thompson led the Delta of-
This menu provides a general balanced diet that meets the RDA’s/RIA’s for
                                                                                22 years old, fresh out of college and scared to death. I remember coming             fense while Gerald Fricken and Moore led the defense.
adults. In addition, frozen, or shelf stable meals can be provided for eve-
                                                                                home after my first day and thinking that it wasn’t the way Dr. Schultze said             50 years ago: Sept. 16, 1961- Dave Synhorst scored all three touchdowns
nings, weekends, and holidays for the same suggested contribution as stated
                                                                                it would be. I struggled for a while but soon got into the routine. I must say        as Tri-County beat Ainsworth 20-7. Ken Augustine led the Trojan defense.
above. Responsibility for compliance with any dietary restrictions rest with
                                                                                that I spent four of the best year of my life there and have never regretted a        Sept. 16- The running of Jack Smith allowed North Mahaska to come from
the participant. Menus subject to change upon approval of Licensed Dieti-
                                                                                day of my time there. As I looked over the crowd, I found very few familiar           behind and tie Iowa City University High 13-13. Dick Winegardner scored
cian.
                                                                                faces. There were a few of my students still around, but a strange thing has          on Warhawk touchdown and Dan Patton passed to Don Else for the other.
                                                                                happened. They have all gotten as old as I am!                                        Jim Briggs and Dave Tice stood out on defense.
Friday, September 16: Turkey Noodle Casserole, Peas, Mixed Green                    I was involved in a really big event Saturday. No, it wasn’t the Iowa-Iowa            25 years ago: Sept. 13, 1986- Colfax survived a North Mahaska come-
  Salad w/Assorted Dressings, Fruit, Cookie                                     State disaster which I will discuss a little later. It was the annual Big Grove       back for a 14-12 win. Randy Sparks returned a fumble 67 yards for a NM
 Tuesday, September 20: Beef Macaroni Casserole, Broccoli, Tomato               Dutch Oven Cookoff in Fremont at which I served as a judge. What a tough              score and Todd Sampson ran 58 yards for the other. Curt DeJong led the War-
  Juice, Mandarin Oranges, Cookie                                               job, but someone has to do it.                                                        hawks with 105 yards. Sept. 18- Tri-County dropped a 7-3 softball decision
 Wednesday, September 21: Beef & Noodles, Mashed Potatoes,                          These cooks take the event quite serious and the competition is quite             to Montezuma. Sharon Axmear had a double for T-C while Shelia Stanley
                                                                                intense. There were 12 cooking teams from all around the Midwest and they             and Deon Johnston each had a pair of singles.
  Brussels Sprouts w/Cheese, Banana Half
                                                                                were to enter a dessert, a main dish and a bread dish. Judges had to sample               Have a great week and remember that prosperity is that wonderful time
                                                                                each dish and fill out a detailed scorecard on each one. It was a tough job as        when you can always get enough credit to live beyond your means.
                  State Classifieds                                             the dishes were really good.

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Celebrating 65 Years Together                                                                                    North Mahaska                                                                                                                50+ Club
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               News
A card shower is being held for Duane and Audrey Johnson for their
65th Anniversary. Thier anniversary is on September 28. Well wishes
may be sent to the couple at: 407 S. Main Gilman, Iowa 50106                                                     Booster News                                                                                                          Submitted by: President Art Kennis

                Birth
                                                                                     Submitted by Polly Ehret                                                                                                       The Fifty Plus Club {50+] met at the city park building on September
                                                                                     On Sunday, September 18, in conjunction with Scooters Pub and Grub,                                                        5, 2011.
                                                                                 come support your athletes, cheerleaders and trainers as they “serve” the                                                          Serving Committee were: Nickie Duinink and Lois Ford, the tables were


             Announcement
                                                                                 public. Scooters will be open from 11a.m. -2 p.m., serving a limited menu                                                      decorated , along with candy bars.
                                                                                 with the N.M. students as the waiters and waitresses. Patrons will be able to                                                      President Art Kennis made announcements and passed around cards to
                                                                                 choose and buy a complete meal, including drinks. Items include Scooter’s                                                      be signed for some of our members that are sick, and opened with Pledge of
                                                                                 famous tenderloin complete with fries or onion rings; one of Scooter’s main                                                    Allegiance to the Flag. The table blessing was said before our meal.

                                         Addelynn
                                                                                 dish salads, or a chicken entree complete with side dish. Any tips or gratu-                                                       There were 23 in attendance, birthdays were for Marjorie Hull and Mari-
                                                                                 ities earned by the servers will be designated to the Booster Club. The club                                                   lyn McCain.
                                                                                 asks that you come support the student athletes on Sunday, September 18 as                                                         Guests today were Linda DeJong and Larry Brand.

                                         Grace Jedlicka
                                                                                 they kick off Homecoming Week. There will be new Warhawk apparel the                                                               After the meal we played Bingo for several prizes that we had. It was
                                                                                 week of Homecoming. Mr. Groom and his Industrial Tech classes will have                                                        enjoyed by all.
                                                                                 a special surprise in place to display the new Warhawk items. See a Booster                                                        Our next scheduled meeting will be October 3, 2011 (Happy Halloween)
                                             Addelynn Grace Jedlicka was         club member to purchase a Warhawk lanyard , a reusable Warhawk grocery                                                         the committee will be Colleen Van Kampen, and Jimolene Walston, and our
                                         born on August 19, 2011 at 7:58         bag and other Warhawk items. Also the week of Homecoming, the Booster                                                          program will be Jason Taylor from Pella Iowa with story telling.
                                         AM, weighing 6 lbs. 10 oz. and          Club is sponsoring “Wear a Jersey” day. Football players will be auctioning

                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Spaces for rent!
                                         was 19.5 inches long.                   off their jerseys with the lucky recipients getting to wear them on Friday and
                                                                                 Friday night. Other weeks of the football season, the players loan their jer-
                                             Her parents are Chris and An-       seys to others to wear, but during homecoming, parents, girlfriends, sisters,
                                         gie Jedlicka of New Sharon. Ad-         friends you will have to pay for the privilege. Also, an Auction will be held


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                                         delynn was welcomed home by             during either Tuesday or Thursday evening Homecoming events. Special
                                         her siblings: Andrew (12), Noah         thanks to Ralphi Munson for her support of the Booster Club!
                                         (8), Emmerson (3).
                                              Her grandparents are: Al-
                                         len Willemsen, Diana Willemsen
                                         both from New Sharon, Rick and
                                         Paula Jedlicka from Lisbon, IA,
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                                                                                                                                                   ASSEMBLY OF GOD                                                    UNITED METHODIST
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Space for rent!
                                         Crile                                                                                                      Pastor Scott Collier                                              CHURCH: New Sharon
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                                                                                     Thank
                                                                                                                                              Thursday, 7-9 p.m. Youth Service                                           Pastor Terry Pollard
                                              David Crile, 61, of New Sharon,                                                                 (Kids Club and Adult Bible Study                                    Sundays: 8:00a.m. and 10:30a.m.
                                          died on Friday, September 9, 2011,                                                                 on Thurs. evenings) at Rock Center                                           Worship Service                   Grill Hours:                       Carry

                                                                                      you
                                          at his home.                                                                                                Sunday Services:                                                    Summer Worship                    Tues.-Sat.                            Out
                                              Funeral Services were held at                                                                       9:30 a.m. Sunday School                                           Celebration Service - 9:00am            11 a.m. - 9 p.m.                Available
                                          10:30 a.m., on Tuesday, September                                                                    10:30 a.m. Morning Celebration                                      9:00a.m. Continental Breakfast           Closed Sun.

                                                                                      for
                                          13, at the Evangelical Church of Os-                                                                                                                                   9:15a.m. Sunday School and Adult           & Mon.
                                          kaloosa with Pastor Shannon Perry                                                                     COMMUNITY CHURCH                                                            Small Groups
                                          of the Faith Evangelical Church in                                                                            Barnes City                                                          Wednesdays:
                                          Sumner officiating. Burial was in
                                          White Oak Cemetery with Military
                                          Honors by the Harry L. Anderson
                                          Post #34 of the American Legion,
                                                                                    reading!                                                    Rev. Jim and Linda Sears
                                                                                                                                                   9 a.m., Sunday School
                                                                                                                                                      10 a.m., Worship
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 6:00p.m. KIDMO- meets at church
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       (1st through 6th grade)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  6:30p.m. PROS meets at McVay                      641-637-1414
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Dinner Specials:
                                          the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post                                                                     6:30 p.m., Evening Worship                                       Bldg.(7th through 12th grade)k our             Friday - Steak and Shrimp
                                          #2237 and Disabled American Vet-                                                                   Sundays, 4 p.m., Youth Group (Pre-                                  website: www.newsharonumc.org                     Saturday - Prime Rib
                                          erans Post #21. Memorials may be                                                                                  6th)                                                        for more information
                                          made in his name to the family.
    The Garland-Van Arkel-Langkamp Funeral Chapel was in charge of ar-                                                                                 FRIENDS CHURCH                                            LACEY UNITED METHODIST
rangements.
    David Norman Crile, son of Bernard Edmund and Norma Harriett Camp-                                    McGriff’s                                         New Sharon
                                                                                                                                                      9:00 a.m. Sunday School
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          CHURCH
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Pastor: Jason Gutzmer
                                                                                                              of
                                                                                    Wheatbelt Inc.
bell Crile, was born January 16, 1950, in Oskaloosa. He was a 1968 graduate                                                                                                                                            Worship, 8:30 a.m.
                                                                                         Home of
                                                                                                                                                      10 a.m., Sunday Worship
of Fremont High School. Following his education he enlisted in the United          Five Point Products

                                                                                                                                                     Wednesday evening, 7 p.m.,                                     Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
States Navy and served until 1972. Dave married Julie Ann West on May                                     New Sharon                                      Share and Prayer
21, 1971 at the Oskaloosa Wesleyan Church. After David was discharged,
he returned to Oskaloosa where he began working for the Oskaloosa Water                        Hwy. 63 South                                                                                                         PEORIA CHRISTIAN
Department as a meter reader. He remained there for five years and then was                    New Sharon, IA                                 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH                                                REFORMED CHURCH
employed by Pella Corp. Dave started his 35 year career with Pella Corp.            Phone 641-637-4010                                                  New Sharon                                                     Pastor John Gorter
on the line and most recently worked in the tool and dye department as the             Fax: 641-637-2636                                                Phil DeBoef.                                               10 miles west of New Sharon
shopkeeper. He retired from Pella Corp. on May 27, 2008.                           www.mcgriffsfarmandhome.com                                   Sunday School for all ages                                        Worship, 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
    Dave taught Sunday school for several years at the Fremont Baptist                                                                                    9:00AM                                                    Sunday School, 10:45 a.m.
Church and was also a member of the Baptist choir and clown group. Dave                                                                              Worship 10:00AM                                               E-Mail: office@peoriacrc.org
was an avid Hawkeye fan and enjoyed Beatles music; he collected electric                                                                            Wednesday 5:45AM                                                   www.peoriacrc.org
trains and John Deere tractors. His greatest joy was his family and he cher-
ished the time he could spend with his grandchildren.                               Shepards                                                          Promise Keepers                                                                                               WATTS
    Dave’s family includes his wife of 40 years, Julie Crile, of New Sharon,                                                                     Weds nights 6:10 pm - 8pm                                        SEARSBORO COMMUNITY                        Vault & Monument Co.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          CHURCH
Iowa; his three sons and their wives: Paul and Yvette Crile, of Elschbach,
Germany; Matthew and Michelle Crile, of Oshkosh, Wisc.; and Adam and                Auto Salvage                                                        Gems/Cadets
                                                                                                                                              Thursday 7:00PM Worship practice                                          Pastor Don Job                       Hwy. 63 North, Montezuma
Mary Crile, of Bondurant; seven grandchildren: Sydni, Ryan, Ally, Caden,                                                                                                                                             Sunday School, 10 a.m.                         (across from Casey’s)
Kiean, Benjamin, and Jonathan; two brothers and sisters-in-law: Lee and
Sandy Crile, of Huntingdon, Penn.; and Wayne and Sally Crile, of Leighton;          Now Paying
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and a sister and brother-in-law, Linda and Howard Lanphier, of Oskaloosa.                                                                                    Barnes City                                          WEST LIBERTY CHURCH                          www.wattsvaults.com
    Besides his parents, Dave was preceded in death by two brothers: Rever-
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                             Mahaska County Board of Supervisors Meetings and Claims                                                                                                                                                                                North Mahaska
      August 1, 2011
      The Mahaska County Board of Supervi-
                                                          Therefore, the parties agree to the provi-
                                                     sions set forth below.
                                                                                                           and general conditions as well as related docu-
                                                                                                           ments for the fiscal year the agreement applies.
                                                                                                                                                                      Mahaska County Auditor - Accounting
                                                                                                                                                                           August 2011 Claims
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Bill & Rays Auto Service
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Binns & Stevens Explosives, In
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                30.58
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               364.50
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Meeting
sors met in regular session on the above date             1.      Oskaloosa – 3rd Ward shall be            The hospital shall have the right to determine         General Basic Fund                          Bruening Rock Products         12614.63                 August 29, 2011
at 9:00 a.m. in the third floor conference room      composed of an incorporated population of             the method and means to most efficiently dis-         Alliant Energy                      361.20   Campbell Supply Co                51.00                 An informational meeting in regard to the
of the Mahaska County courthouse. Present            2,872 persons who are residents of the City Os-       charge the services imposed on it by this agree-      Answer Plus Inc                     136.28   Cellular Specialists              39.99           Instructional Support Levy was held August 29,
were the following board members: Chair-             kaloosa and an incorporated population of 487         ment, subject to the right and duty of the board      Arrow Quick                          29.95   Central Ia Dist Inc              216.20           2011 at 7-9:00 p.m. in the high school audito-
man – Henry W.VanWeelden, vice chairman              persons who are residents of the City of Uni-         to review and make recommendations to the             Fifth Dist. Auditor’s Assoc.         15.00   Clemons Inc                      194.17           rium New Sharon, Iowa. Those present: Randy
– Greg Gordy and member Ken Rozenboom.               versity Park as is shown on the map attached          hospital’s board of trustees and hospital admin-      B & H Automotive and Locksmith       15.00   Douds Stone Inc                37520.64           Moffit, Dan Gruber, Gloria Bartlett and seven
Also present were the following: Scott Dailey,       hereto.                                               istration. The hospital shall be responsible for      Bankers Leasing Company             623.40   Elliott Oil Company            70408.94           other district patrons.
KBOE Radio; Duane Nollen, Oskaloosa Herald;               Dated this 8th day of August, 2011.              final policy, program, and agency evaluation.          Del Brackney                       200.00   Fas Break Windshield Repair       40.00                 Mr. Moffit presented information concern-
Lawrence Rouw; Jerome Nusbaum, Mahaska                    City of Oskaloosa, Iowa                                3. The hospital shall keep all records,         Diane Broerman                       12.00   Force America, Inc                89.71           ing declining enrollment, increased health in-
County Engineer and Kay Swanson, Mahaska                          City of University Park, Iowa            reports, and memoranda complied in perfor-            Roger Broerman                       12.00   Fremont Mun Water Plant           14.50           surance and IPERS costs, State mandates that
County Auditor.                                           By                  By                           mance of the services set forth in paragraph           Marilyn Brummel                    100.00   Haines Auto Supply              4393.71           are not funded, declining teacher numbers as
      This meeting was filmed by Communica-               David Krutzfeld George Toubekis                  two (2) herein. They shall make and file all re-      C H McGuiness Co Inc                303.47   Hawkeye Truck Equipment         9125.74           well as information on non-certified staff. Tax
tions Research Institute of William Penn Uni-             Oskaloosa Mayor University Park Mayor            ports in a timely manner as required by statute       Capstone Center Inc                  60.00   Hotsy Cleaning Systems           387.60           rates from other districts were reviewed as well
versity.                                                  Attest              Attest:                      or administrative rule, or required by the terms      CDW Gov’t, Inc                      124.32   Housby Mack Inc                  711.83           as other topics.
      Chairman VanWeelden called the meeting              Amy Miller, City Clerk Joe Albright, City        and conditions of any grant or other program          Central Ia Dist Inc                 535.60   Hyvee                             25.47                 The Instructional Support Levy question
to order with a moment of silence.                   Clerk                                                 with the appropriate governmental unit or other       Central Vision Center               150.00   Ideal Ready Mix Co              5994.00           will appear on the September 13, 2011 school
      It was moved by Gordy seconded by                                                                    authority or agency requiring the same; and           CenturyLink                          42.91   Inland Truck Parts Co            118.52           board election ballot.
Rozenboom to approve the agenda for today’s               Mahaska County, Iowa                             shall provide copies of such to the board on a        Certified Pest Control              152.00   Interstate Power and Light        57.27                 Gloria Bartlett
meeting. All present voted aye. Motion carried.           Bys/ Greg Gordy Greg Gordy,                      quarterly basis. The hospital shall maintain con-     Chase Card Services %Cardmembe       65.99   John Deere Financial Drost Equ    12.01                 Board Secretary
      It was moved by Gordy seconded by                   Vice-Chairman, Board of Supervisors              fidentiality of all medical records.                  Consolidated Management Co.        4712.40   Johnsons Heating & AC            501.27


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Public Notice
Rozenboom to approve the minutes of July 18th             Attest:                                                4. The county shall continue to maintain        Robbie Davis                        200.00   Kelly Supply Co                   35.82
meeting. All present voted aye. Motion carried.           s/ Kay Swanson Kay Swanson, Auditor              family health and dental insurance for the three      Jim DeWitt                          200.00   Kinman Company Inc              9847.97
      It was moved by Rozenboom seconded by               It was moved by Rozenboom seconded by            employees maintained on the county insur-             Lyle Dickey                          20.00   Lappin Tire                      567.58
Gordy to approve the bills for July in the amount    Gordy to adjourn. All present voted aye. Mo-          ance policy prior to April 1, 1994. The hospital       Kevin Durian                        16.12   Logan Contractors Supply Inc.     42.55
of $1,050.197.49. All present voted aye. Mo-         tion carried.                                         agrees, on a monthly basis, to reimburse the          Brian Edel                          200.00   M & M Sales Company              125.02
tion carried.                                               Greg Gordy, Vice Chairman                      county the full dollar amount for said insurance                                                                                                     CITY OF NEW SHARON
                                                                                                                                                                 EMS Detergent Services              341.50    Mahaska Communication Group     153.55
      The application for liquor license for Pep-         Mahaska County Board of Supervisors              premiums. It is further agree that the above de-                                                                                                     PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
                                                                                                                                                                 Marge England                       200.00   Mahaska Health Partnership Occ    40.00
pers, Inc. was tabled.                                    ATTEST: Kay Swanson, Mahaska County              scribed employees and the hospital shall have                                                                                                          The City Council will meet at 7:00 o’clock
                                                                                                                                                                 E5 Group LLC                        905.00   Mahaska Rural Water Inc.         218.09
      It was moved by Gordy seconded by              Auditor                                               the option of enrolling said employees in the                                                                                                        p.m. on the 21st day of September, 2011, in
                                                                                                                                                                 Family Medical Center               526.00   Malcolm Lumber Window & Door C   258.23
Rozenboom to approve the request of Night-                                                                 hospital medical plan if appropriate.                                                                                                                the council chambers at 101 S. Main Street. At
                                                                                                                                                                 Fareway                             383.94   Manatt’S Inc.                    175.00
lighter Fireworks, Inc(Travis Messer) to do                August 15, 2011                                       5. The hospital will continue to provide                                                                                                       which time any citizen of New Sharon, Iowa,
                                                                                                                                                                 Farm/Home Publishers Ltd           1755.00   Martin Marietta Aggregate      57591.66
fireworks display August 6, 2011 at 1041 Cor-              The Mahaska County Board of Supervi-            services to Mahaska County residents without                                                                                                         or any other person having an interest in the
                                                                                                                                                                 Fremont Funeral Chapel              766.40   Mauer Supply Inc.                118.83
dova Ave., Lynnville, IA. Mahaska County was         sors met in regular session on the above date         regard to their ability to pay for such services.                                                                                                    proposed Building Permit Applications for Gene
                                                                                                                                                                 FSH Communications LLC               55.00   Mc Culley Construction Co       6100.46
named as additional insured. All present voted       at 9:00 a.m. in the third floor conference room       A sliding fee schedule will be used when ap-                                                                                                         Bandstra, Robert Hudnutt and Jim VanderBeek
                                                                                                                                                                 Gall’s Inc                          138.48   McGriffs of New Sharon            35.56
aye. Motion carried.                                 of the Mahaska County courthouse. Present             propriate.                                                                                                                                           may appear and be heard for or against the ap-
                                                                                                                                                                 Goodwill Industries of Cental       249.43   Metal Culverts Inc.             6827.60
      It was moved by Gordy seconded by              were the following board members: Chair-                    6. The county will reimburse the hospi-                                                                                                        proval of the proposed Building Permit.
                                                                                                                                                                 Greenway of Oskaloosa               200.00   MidAmerican Energy              1148.81
Rozenboom to approve the request of the Sher-        man – Henry W.VanWeelden, vice chairman               tal $125,000 (with the proposed budget of                                                                                                            Diane L. Brand, City Clerk
                                                                                                                                                                 Mary Ann Grife                        3.75   Midwest Wheel                    421.25
iff to remove Erica Swink from the jail payroll      – Greg Gordy and member Ken Rozenboom.                $70,000 for Public Health services and $55,000                                                                                                       City of New Sharon, Iowa
                                                                                                                                                                 Rob Howard %Sheila Denburger        200.00   Norris Asphalt Paving          29167.62
effective July 25, 2011. All present voted aye.      Also present were the following: Scott Dailey,        for Home Care Aide services) contracted and

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                MHP sponsors
                                                                                                                                                                 Ia Co Attorney Case Management      170.00   Jerry Nusbaum                     89.25
Motion carried.                                      KBOE Radio; Duane Nollen, Oskaloosa Herald;           rendered in FY 11/12 for services pursuant to         Ia Dept of Public Safety Atten      500.00   O’Halloran Int’l Inc.           2307.41
      It was moved by Gordy seconded by              Lawrence Rouw; Eric Dursky, Mahaska County            the within agreement. Payments for services           Ia Legislative News Serv            495.00   Office Center Inc.                86.32
Rozenboom to allow the homestead credit to           Sanitarian; David Sedivec, Mahaska County             provided will be billed Bi-Monthly to the county

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Drive-thru
                                                                                                                                                                 Ia St Assoc of Counties             290.00   Oskaloosa Water Dept.            129.78
be paid at 63% (the same as what the state           Conservation Director; Sone Scott; Mahaska            by the hospital. In addition, the board agrees to     IACCB %Buchanan Co Conservatio 1000.00       Postmaster                       130.40
is reimbursing the county) for fiscal year taxes     County Treasurer; Miranda Johnson, MCARD              allocate all funds from the Iowa Department to        Imagetek, Inc                       512.50   Racom Corporation               1566.05
payable 2011-2012. All present voted aye. Mo-        Director; Beth Danowsky, MCRF; Vernon                 the hospital for services provided pursuant to

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Flu Clinic on
                                                                                                                                                                 ISACA Eric Van Lancker              290.00   Rexco Equip. Inc.                118.07
tion carried.                                        Wells; Mike Brand; Jerome Nusbaum, Mahaska            this agreement to the hospital for services pro-      Jeff Kelderman                       12.00   Secretary of State                30.00
      It was moved by Gordy seconded by              County Engineer and Kay Swanson, Mahaska              vided pursuant to this agreement to the hospital      Lamson Mobile Homes                 200.00   Skyline Enterprises            30000.00
Rozenboom to approve 5,443 homestead credit          County Auditor.                                       under the single county contract also known as

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Sept. 17
                                                                                                                                                                 Legal Directories Pub. Co            57.75   St Lukes Center for Occ Health    37.00
claims and 1,177 military claims for tax credit            This meeting was filmed by Communica-           the LPHS contract. Any adjustments made to            Local Disposal Inc                  152.00   Thomas Sanitation Inc.           101.66
for fiscal year taxes payable 2011-2012. All         tions Research Institute of William Penn Uni-         the LPHS contract during the FY by the IDPH           M & M Sales Company                 315.88   Titan Access Account CRA Payme   227.59
present voted aye. Motion carried.                   versity.                                              will be passed onto the hospital by the county.       Machines & Media, Inc.              848.00   True Value Hardware              300.00
      It was moved by Gordy seconded by                    Chairman VanWeelden called the meeting                7. The hospital shall obtain any necessary      Mahaska Communication Group        2756.62   Walman Optical Co & Affiliated   218.00               Mahaska Health Partnership
Rozenboom to approve 5,225 family farm ap-           to order with a moment of silence.                    licenses, permits, or other authority to perform                                                                                                     Public Health is sponsoring a Drive-
                                                                                                                                                                 Mahaska County Treasurer           2454.00   Ziegler Inc.                    3127.35
plications and 11,365 agricultural land applica-           It was moved by Gordy seconded by               its duties there under and shall furnish proof
tions for fiscal year taxes payable 2011-2012.       Rozenboom to approve the agenda for today’s           thereof at the request of the board.
                                                                                                                                                                 Mahaska Health Partnership New      640.50   Public Safety E911                                thru flu vaccination clinic on Sat-
                                                                                                                                                                 Mahaska Health Partnership          109.20   Randy Frazier                      5.50
All present voted aye. Motion carried.               meeting. All present voted aye. Motion carried.             8. The BOH is responsible for assuring          Mahaska Outreach Thrift Store        44.70   E911 Surcharge                                    urday, Sept. 17 from 7 am to 1 pm.
      It was moved by Gordy seconded by                    It was moved by Gordy seconded by               compliance by the hospital with the require-                                                                                                         Public Health is located at entrance
                                                                                                                                                                 Mahaska Rural Water Inc.            205.58   CenturyLink                     1319.81
Rozenboom to approve the contract with Streb         Rozenboom to approve the minutes of August            ments for Iowa Administrative Code 641.Chap-
Construction Co., Inc for $185,216.40 for proj-      1st and 8th. All present voted aye. Motion car-       ter 80.
                                                                                                                                                                 Market Village                      748.00   Chase Card Services %Cardmembe    37.98           #6, in the Mahaska Health West
                                                                                                                                                                 Matt Parrott & Sons Co.            1224.56   Doty Computers                   195.00
ect ER-CO62(74)—58-62 (Hwy G71 Flood Re-             ried.                                                       9. This agreement can be terminated only        Matt McCain                         100.00   Ia Dept of Public Safety Atten  2478.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                building on the MHP campus in Os-
pairs). All present voted aye. Motion carried.             Eric Dursky, Mahaska County Sanitarian          upon written notice to be served 90 prior to the      Don McCartie                        175.00   MidAmerican Energy                73.02           kaloosa.
      It was moved by Rozenboom seconded by          gave the board his monthly report and it was          end of each contract period.
Gordy to adjourn. All present voted aye. Mo-         placed on file.                                             10. Upon termination of this agreement
                                                                                                                                                                 Doug McMillan                        20.00   United States Cellular            43.66               MHP Public Health Coordi-
                                                                                                                                                                 Meadowbrook Apartments              200.00   Walmart Community BRC             27.86
tion carried.                                              David Sedivec, Mahaska County Conser-           the hospital shall forthwith deliver to the board     Mid-America Publishing Corp        1698.66   Windstream                       573.80
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                nator Patty Malloy, RN, said the
      Henry W.VanWeelden, Chairman                   vation Director gave the board his monthly re-        all records in its possession relative to the du-     MidAmerican Energy                 8352.44   Local Option sales tax 9-25-01                    Drive-thru clinic is a popular event
      Mahaska County Board of Supervisors            port and it was placed on file.                       ties carried out by the hospital pursuant to this
      ATTEST: Kay Swanson, Mahaska County                  Miranda Johnson, Mahaska County Agri-           agreement.
                                                                                                                                                                 Mindpower Technologies              843.13   Eddyville-Blakesburg Community  4156.35           for people who are unable to make
                                                                                                                                                                 Modern Floor Covering, Inc.        2048.38   Fremont Community School        3146.59           the Walk-in Vaccination Clinics on
Auditor                                              cultural and Rural Development Director gave                11. If the notice of termination is not given   LE & Sherrie Moore                  200.00   Lynnville-Sully Community Scho   201.38
                                                     the board her monthly report and it was placed        pursuant to paragraph thirteen, this agree-           Nat’l Elevator Inspection Serv       55.00   North Mahaska Community School 13090.43           Mondays and Thursdays. “Our cli-
     August 8, 2011                                                                                        ment shall automatically renew at the end of
     The Mahaska County Board of Supervi-
                                                     on file.                                                                                                    Office Center Inc.                  902.06   Oskaloosa Community School     38046.79           ents really like that they don’t have
                                                           It was moved by Gordy seconded by               each contract period for an additional one-year                                                    Pella Community School          5347.20
sors met in special session on the above date        Rozenboom to approve the monthly report for           term. An addendum which includes the LPHS
                                                                                                                                                                 Oskaloosa Newspapers Inc            891.51                                                     to get out of the car to get their flu
                                                                                                                                                                 Oskaloosa Vision Center              24.00   Tri-County Community School      640.25
at 9:00 a.m. in the third floor conference room of   Veterans Affairs Commission for July, 2011. All       contract face sheet attachment represents the         Oskaloosa Water Dept.              3050.04   Twin Cedars Community School    1497.85           vaccine, people should remember to
the Mahaska County courthouse. Present were          present voted aye. Motion carried.                    Local Public Health Services Grant awarded for                                                                                                       dress appropriately to easily expose
                                                                                                                                                                 Pella Printing Company             2477.50   Emergency Management
the following board members: Vice chairman –               Mahaska County Treasurer requested that         FY 11/12.
Greg Gordy and member Ken Rozenboom.                 the following parcels be abated. They have                  12. This agreement shall be amended only
                                                                                                                                                                 Petersen Court Reporters             84.55   CDW Gov’t, Inc                    46.64           their upper arm for the shot.”
                                                                                                                                                                 Pitney Bowes                       1609.95   Mahaska Co.Extension Office      100.00
Chairman Henry W. VanWeelden was absent              been removed from Mahaska County. The Ma-             by a written agreement executed by all parties.       Pleasant Home Inc                   100.00   Office Center Inc.                30.07               Malloy said the most effective
for today’s meeting. Also present were the fol-      haska County Treasurer collected pro-rate of                13. All notices which may need to be                                                                                                           way to stop the spread of the flu is
                                                                                                                                                                 Randy Poe                            40.00   Visa                             287.38
lowing: Ken Allsup, Charlie Comfort; Don Hub-        taxes on the following BLL (Mobile homes on           served herein shall be sent by regular mail to
bard; all from Osky News; and Kay Swanson,           Leased Land) and has issued tax clearances            Jay Christensen, on behalf of the hospital, and
                                                                                                                                                                 Postmaster                         2764.80   Stephens Mem. Animal Shelter                      to get the flu vaccine each year. The
                                                                                                                                                                 River Hills Comm Health Cntr        273.00   Animal Health Center            1537.61
Mahaska County Auditor.                              for the removal of the BLL’s for the following        to the County Board of Supervisors, on behalf         Charles Sampsel                      12.00   Bayer Healthcare LLC             188.13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Iowa Department of Public Health
     Vice chairman Gordy called the meeting to       parcels showing tax paid through June 30,             of the County.                                        Greg Scott                           12.00   Butler Schein                    504.08           (IDPH) and the Centers for Disease
order with a moment of silence.                      2011. The pro-rate collected will be applied to             s/Jay Christensen
     It was moved by Rozenboom seconded by           the tax currently due.                                      Mahaska Health Partnership, CEO Date
                                                                                                                                                                 Secretary of State                   30.00   Central Ia Dist Inc              158.42           Control and Prevention (CDC) rec-
                                                                                                                                                                 Ken Seemann                         200.00   Certified Pest Control            72.00
Gordy to approve the agenda for today’s meet-              Please abate the outstanding balance per        8-4-11                                                Larry Septer                         10.01   City Supply Corp                 886.73
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ommend influenza vaccination for
ing. All present voted aye. Motion carried.          parcel listed below:                                        s/Henry W.VanWeelden Date 8-15-11               Solutions                          1257.90   Clemons Inc                    24889.50           everyone over the age of six months.
     It was moved by Rozenboom seconded by                 Parcel # 15-03-200-15 - Jack/Richard Lee              Mahaska County Board of Supervisors
Gordy to approve the application for the addi-       Shipman BLL on W 264’Lot 3 E1/2 NE             VIN          Chairman
                                                                                                                                                                 Southern Hills Apts.                800.00   Doty Computers                   110.10               Medicare Plan B can be billed
                                                                                                                                                                 Dr. Karen A Spahr                  3300.00   Hill’s Pet Nutrition              82.43           with proof of insurance card. MHP
tion of outside sales for Peppers, Inc. located      NEB49A22753 Abate $34.00                                    s/Calvin VanArkel       Date 8-8-11             Stravers True Value                 526.52   Ia Workforce Developement       4979.00
at 2274 Hwy 63, Oskaloosa, IA to the current               Parcel # 11-15-100-013 Daryl Dean /Tif-               Mahaska County Board of Health                  Kay Swanson                          76.65   Mahaska Communication Group      116.73           Public Health also participates in the
license expiring November 9, 2011. All present                                                                   Chairman
voted aye. Motion carried.
                                                     fany Ann Marie VandeGeest BLL on W 440’ S                                                                   Bridget A. Swanstrom CSR             75.00   Mahaska County Treasurer         247.32           VFC (Vaccines for Children) pro-
                                                     3/8 SWNW VIN 5747 Abate $22.00                              It was moved by Gordy seconded by                                                            Mahaska Vet Clinic               701.15
     It was moved by Rozenboom seconded                    Parcel #13-30-200-015 Nickolas Cole/            Rozenboom to approve the request of the Audi-
                                                                                                                                                                 Charles Thomas                      200.00                                                     gram to provide flu shots to Med-
                                                                                                                                                                 True Value Hardware                 148.63   MidAmerican Energy               234.17
by Gordy to approve the canvass of the Spe-          Sara Marie Bonnett, BLL on S528’W 412.5’              tor to remove Sheryl Shaw from the Auditor’s          United States Cellular              186.87   Pfizer Animal Health A/C E8789   556.00           icaid and uninsured children ages 6
cial Election held in Fremont on August 2, 2011      SENE VIN SSDAL385264 Abate $10.00                     payroll effective August 22, 2011. All present                                                                                                       months – 18 yrs of age.
                                                                                                                                                                 Van’s Rentals % Judy VanGorp        200.00   Quality Scent                     45.00
for rural water franchise. Results were as fol-            It was moved by Rozenboom seconded by           voted aye. Motion carried.
lows:131 yes 17 no votes. There were 443 reg-        Gordy to approve this request of the Treasurer              It was moved by Rozenboom seconded by
                                                                                                                                                                 Ed VanDoorn                         200.00   Rodgers Construction Company      95.76               For more information regarding
                                                                                                                                                                 Victory Auto Glass                  360.00   United States Cellular            62.91
istered voters with 154 voting. (34.8%) Fran-        to abate these taxes for FY2011. All present          Gordy to approve the request of the Auditor to        Walmart Community BRC               288.41   Visa                             431.28           flu vaccination clinics or if you or
chise passed by 89.0%. All present voted aye.        voted aye. Motion carried.                            place Lorraine Sinnott on the payroll as real es-                                                                                                    someone you know is homebound
                                                                                                                                                                 Wiggs Country Store                 410.00   Walmart Community BRC            339.44
Motion carried.                                            It was moved by Rozenboom seconded by           tate deputy at a salary of $31,775.00 effective
     It was moved by Rozenboom seconded by           Gordy to approve the request of the Treasurer         August 15, 2011. All present voted aye. Motion
                                                                                                                                                                 David & Sheryl Wright               600.00                                                     and may need assistance with getting

                                                                                                                                                                                                              Public Notice
                                                                                                                                                                 General Supplemental
Gordy to approve the following Memorandum            to rehire Shirley Mitrisin as seasonal part-time      carried.                                              American Home Finding Assoc          93.30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                a flu shot, call MHP Public Health at
of Agreement with the City of Oskaloosa. All         help at $7.58 per hour during the tax collection            It was moved by Gordy seconded by               Shirley Baxter                       93.00                                                     641-673-3257 or visit the MHP web-
present voted aye. Motion carried.                   period and to request that Sarah Hol be placed        Rozenboom to set the public hearing dates for
     MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT                         on the payroll as seasonal help at $7.25 per          the Precinct Ordinance as September 6, 2011
                                                                                                                                                                 Marilyn Boomershine                  16.00                                                     site, mahaskahealth.org.
                                                                                                                                                                 Central Iowa Detention             3423.84
     The parties to this agreement are the City      hour during the tax collection season. All pres-      and September 19th at 10:00 a.m. All present          Patricia Chamra                      16.00        Notice to Bidders
of Oskaloosa (“City”), and Mahaska County,           ent voted aye. Motion carried.                        voted aye. Motion carried.                            Diane Crookham-Johnson               60.00        Bids will be received until 4:30 p.m. on
Iowa (County). This agreement is entered into              It was moved by Rozenboom seconded by                 Beth Danowsky discussed the CAT Grant           Virginia Dalbey                     112.80   September 30, 2011 to rent the County Farm
as of August 8, 2011.                                Gordy to approve the route of the Crop Walk           with the board for the county to contribute funds     DHS Cashier                         370.98   land in Section 24, Township 75, Range 17 to-
     WHEREAS:                                        scheduled for October 16, 2011. The walk will         for the new stadium project. This was tabled          Virginia Dunbar                      16.00   taling approximately 251.1 acres. Bids will be
     1.      Following the federal decennial         begin at the fairgrounds, proceed north on            until September 6th meeting.                          Dan Hayes                             6.41   opened October 3, 2011 at the scheduled Ma-
census, and after the redistricting of congres-      Green Street to access the bike path, and then              Bids were opened for the project L—             Heartland Ins Risk Pool             177.00   haska County Supervisors meeting in the Third
sional and legislative districts, city councils      on to Edmundson Park. They will be crossing           LN19(01)—11 Parking lot of Mahaska Building           Heslinga,Dixon, & Moore            1360.00   Floor Conference Room, Mahaska County
and county boards of supervisors are required        Suffolk Road, South M Street, and walk a short        at 410 South 11th Street, Oskaloosa, IA.              ISACA Eric Van Lancker              105.00   Courthouse, 106 South 1st Street Oskaloosa,
to complete any changes in precinct and ward                                                                     Moore Construction              $21,770.55
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Deadline for all ads and
                                                     distance on South H Street before crossing the                                                              Oskaloosa Newspapers Inc            256.12
boundaries (for cities) or precinct and supervi-     Old Beacon Road to the Park. Church World                   E & R Builders                  26,562.66                                                    Iowa.
                                                                                                                                                                 Secretary of State                 2094.39        Bid forms are available in the Mahaska
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 submissions to the SUN is
sor districts (for counties).                        Service is the insurance provider. All present              McCulley Construction Co.       28,674.12       So IA Area Crime Comm.            17080.90   County Auditor’s office and are the forms that
     2.      Election precincts which are com-       voted aye. Motion carried.                                  Steven’s Concrete Limited       15,994.18       Bonnie Weiland                       88.00   must be used to submit a bid.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Friday at 2:00 pm. Please
posed partially of unincorporated territory within         It was moved by Gordy seconded by                     It was moved by Gordy seconded by               West Group Payment Ctr             2917.08        The Board reserves the right to reject any
a county and partially of part of a city may be      Rozenboom to terminate the lease for the coun-        Rozenboom to award the bid to Steven’s Con-           Pioneer Cemetery Fund
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 have everything there before
established, if an agreement which is mutually       ty farm land. Notice will be sent to the current      crete Limited for $15,994.18 and the county                                                        and all bids.
                                                                                                                                                                 Brian Roorda                        250.00        Kay Swanson
satisfactory to the board of supervisors of the      renters and will be bids will be requested later.     to purchase the concrete making a total cost
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2:00 pm.
                                                                                                                                                                 Visa                                 56.32        Mahaska County Auditor
county and to the city council of the city is ad-    All present voted aye. Motion carried.                of $26,289.43. All present voted aye. Motion          Maintenance/Repair Law Center                                                        FN37-2
opted and submitted to the state commissioner              It was moved by Gordy seconded by               carried.                                              Certified Pest Control               64.00
as part of the certification of precinct boundar-    Rozenboom to approve the following agree-                   It was moved by Rozenboom seconded              Cunningham Inc                      965.92
ies.                                                 ment. All present voted aye. Motion carried.          by VanWeelden to approve the Consultant               Local Disposal Inc                  115.00
     3.      The City and County desire to have            AGREEMENT                                       Selection Committee Members for Project               Mathew Carpet Center                535.00
two combined precincts, namely Oskaloosa –                 AGREEMENT MADE and executed this                STP-S-CO62(69(--SE-62 as follows: Jerome              MidAmerican Energy                 3030.42
4th Ward and a portion of Spring Creek Town-         1st day of July, 2011 by and between the              Nusbaum, P.E., Mahaska County Engineer;               Oskaloosa Water Dept.               606.12
ship.                                                Mahaska County Hospital doing business as             Greg Gordy, Mahaska County Supervisor; Mi-            Sherwin-Williams Inc.               112.76
     Therefore, the parties agree to the provi-      Mahaska Health Partnership, acting by and             chael Schrock, Oskaloosa City Manager; Cath-          SimplexGrinnell LP                 2390.00
sions set forth below.                               through its duly constituted Board of Trustees        erine Cutler, Iowa DOT District 5 Planner; Beth       MH/MI/MR/DD Services Fund
     1.      Oskaloosa – 4th Ward shall be           (hereinafter referred to as “the hospital”); Ma-      Danowsky, Mahaska Community Development               Abbe Center for Community Ment     2719.50
composed of an incorporated population of            haska County, Iowa, acting through its duly           Group. All present voted aye. Motion carried.         Associates for Behavorial Heal      180.00
2,858 persons who are residents of City and an       constituted board of Supervisors (hereinafter               It was moved by Gordy seconded by               Laura Buch                           25.90
unincorporated population of 2 persons who are       referred to as “the county “); and the Mahaska        Rozenboom to approve material testing to              CCMS                               1267.50
residents of the part of Spring Creek Township,      county, Iowa, Board of Health, acting by and          be reimbursed by DOT for project BHS-                 Capstone Center Inc                 243.50
in County, as is shown on the map attached           through its board (hereinafter referred to as “the    CO62(55)—63-62. (Eveland Bridge) All pres-            Caremark                            845.23
hereto.                                              board”); as follows:                                  ent voted aye. Motion carried.                        Center Associates                    96.00
     Dated this 8th day of August, 2011.                   Whereas, the hospital is a duly organized             Mike Brand discussed with the board the         COC                                5942.49
     City of Oskaloosa, Iowa                         and operating county hospital, operating un-          removal of old bridge materials from the road on      Counseling Assoc of Central Ia      130.00
             Mahaska County, Iowa                    der the laws of the State of Iowa, and is de-         his property that had been closed. Now there is       Country Life Health Care          39442.72
     By      By: _s/Greg Gordy                       sirous of assuming the services imposed upon          water backing up in his fields. It was moved by       DHS Cashier                      261520.99
     David Krutzfeld, Mayor                          by the board by statute or administrative rule.       Rozenboom seconded by VanWeelden to split             Diamond Life Health Care            360.00
             Greg Gordy, Vice-Chairman               Services shall be provided in compliance with         the cost with Mr. Brand to put 700-800 feet of        Family Medical Center               122.00
              Board of Supervisors                   IAC 641-80 and as identified in the grant ap-         tiling there. Vote was 2 ayes – 1 nay. Motion         Heslinga,Dixon, & Moore             126.00
     Attest: Attest: s/ Kay Swanson                  plication. Proposed changes in service shall be       carried.                                              Hillcrest Family Services          2985.05
     Amy Miller, City Clerk                          based upon identified needs and submitted to                The engineer gave the board a list of pro-      Amber Horn                           87.52
             Kay Swanson, Auditor                    the Contractor.                                       posed vehicles for auction.                           Imagine the Possibilites            751.83
     It was moved by Rozenboom seconded by                 Whereas, the county is desirous of en-                Mr. Rozenboom reported that 10-15 buses         Mahaska Communication Group         124.46
Gordy to approve the following Memorandum            tering into an agreement for the provision of         will continue to operate and a contract will prob-    Mahaska Drug                        619.06
of Agreement with the City of Oskaloosa and          services imposed upon the board by statute or         ably be ready on August 16, 2011.                     New Directions                    30305.00
the City of University Park. All present voted       administrative rule. Services shall be provided             It was moved by Rozenboom seconded by           Office Center Inc.                   17.82
aye. Motion carried.                                 in compliance with IAC 641-80 and as identi-          Gordy to adjourn. All present voted aye. Mo-          Optimae %Dovetail Business Sol      490.41
     MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT                         fied in the grant application. Proposed changes       tion carried.                                         Eric J. Palmer Atty.                 90.00
     The parties to this agreement are the City      in service shall be based upon identified needs                Henry W.VanWeelden, Chairman                 Pine Rest                          1465.00
of Oskaloosa and the City of University Park,        and submitted to the Contractor.                            Mahaska County Board of Supervisors             Postmaster                          476.50
Iowa. This agreement is entered into as of Au-             Whereas, the parties understand that this             ATTEST: Kay Swanson, Mahaska County             Regional Transit Authority           76.76
gust 8, 2011.                                        agreement relates to services imposed upon            Auditor                                               United States Cellular               86.14
     WHEREAS:                                        the board by statue or administrative rule.                                                                 Visa                                 77.10
     1.      Following the federal decennial         Services shall be provided in compliance with             August 22, 2011                                   Wapello County Auditor             1683.93
census, and after the redistricting of congres-      IAC 641-80 and as identified in the grant ap-             The Board meeting that was scheduled to           Wapello Co. CPC                      10.00


                                                                                                                                                                                                              New Sharon Sun
sional and legislative districts, city councils      plication proposed changes in service shall be        be held today was cancelled.                          Rural Services Basic Fund
and county boards of supervisors are required        based upon identified needs and submitted to                                                                ESRI 250.00 Forestry Suppliers Inc 171.22
to complete any changes in precinct and ward         the Contractor.


                                                                                                           Get your
                                                                                                                                                                 Haines Auto Supply                   44.12
boundaries (for cities) or precinct and supervi-           IT IS THEREFORE AGREED by and be-                                                                     Dave Hardeman                       223.63
sor districts (for counties).
     2.      Election precincts which are com-
                                                     tween the parties as follows:
                                                           1. This agreement shall be effective com-
                                                                                                                                                                 Ia Workforce Developement           231.83                   P.O. Box 502, 113 1/2 Main
                                                                                                                                                                 Keystone Labs                        27.60
posed partially of unincorporated territory within   mencing July 1, 2011, and shall continue until                                                              Mahaska Communication Group          30.33                     New Sharon, IA 50207

                                                                                                           ad in the
a county and partially of part of a city may be      June 30, 2012.                                                                                              Mahaska County Treasurer           1072.81
established, if an agreement which is mutually             2. The hospital shall assume and perform,                                                             VanDiest Supply Co.                1590.15         Phone:(641)637-4031       FAX (641) 637-4032
satisfactory to the board of supervisors of the      in good faith, all services of the board, including
county and to the city council of the city is ad-    those heretofore performed by the board, in-
                                                                                                                                                                 Walmart Community BRC
                                                                                                                                                                 Sheriff’s Office Forfeiture
                                                                                                                                                                                                      65.94
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               nssun@iowatelecom.net
opted and submitted to the state commissioner        cluding such services as are now or may here-


                                                                                                            SUN!
                                                                                                                                                                 Brownells, Inc                      267.95
as part of the certification of precinct boundar-    after be imposed upon the board by statute or                                                               Secondary Road Fund
ies.                                                 administrative rule, including, without limitation,                                                         ABS Fire Equipment                  904.90
     3.      The City of Oskaloosa and the City      those services set for by the and IAC 641-80.                                                               Arnold Motor Supply Inc The Me      352.11
of University Park, namely Oskaloosa – 3rd           The hospital and Board of Health will comply                                                                Town of Barnes City                  15.50
Ward and University Park.                            with the Local Public Health Services special                                                               Ben Shinn Trucking Inc            18741.44
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Boer Goat Exhibitors Win                                                          Edible Sculpture State Fair Contest                                              Quilt Show and Luncheon
                                                                                      Brenda Becker of Pella was awarded Second Place in the Popcorn Sculp-
Big at Iowa State Fair Show                                                       ture category during the Snappy Popcorn Creations contest at the 2011 Iowa
                                                                                  State Fair.
                                                                                                                                                                   to be Held October 8
         Ribbons and banners were awarded at the Boer Goat Show Sunday,
August 21, at the 2011 Iowa State Fair.                                                                                                                                The New Sharon Area Historical Society will hold its Twenty-first An-
         Local results follow:
   FULLBLOOD/PUREBRED DOES
                                                                                  Festive Flavors Impress Judges at                                                nual Quilt Show and Luncheon Saturday, October 8, 2011 at the City Park
                                                                                                                                                                   Building.
   Doe Kids, 3 to under 6 months, Third and ninth place: Eagle Hill Farms,
Oskaloosa                                                                         State Fair Contest                                                                   Show hours will be 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., with lunch from 11:00 to
                                                                                                                                                                   1:00. The raffle quilt this year is the Irish Chain Star pattern in burgundy
   Doe Kids, 6 to under 9 months, sixth place: Windrush Farms, New Sha-               Courtnee Ford of Panora took first place in the Wayne’s Saint Patrick’s
                                                                                  Day Treats contest at the 2011 Iowa State Fair. Ford’s festive creation earned   and teal. It is an Amish-made purchased top and was machine quilted by Jo
ron and eight place: JRCN Boer Goats, Lynnville                                                                                                                    Wiley. Tickets will available at local businesses or from Society members
   Doe Kids, 9 to under 12 months, second and third place: Windrush Farms,        a $30 cash prize. Second place went to Deirdre Scott of West Des Moines,
                                                                                  while Rosemary Ridgway of Johnston placed third. An honorable mention            and will be sold the day of the Show. The quilt will be on display in the
New Sharon and eight place: JRCN Boer Goats, Lynnville                                                                                                             lobby of US Bank. Door prizes will be given on the half-hour during the day.
   Yearling Does, 12 to under 16 months, first place: Windrush Farms, New         was given to Brenda Becker of Pella. Entries were judged on appearance,
                                                                                  taste and appropriateness for the holiday.                                       You must be present for door prizes, but attendance is not required to win
Sharon                                                                                                                                                             the quilt. If you have quilts to display or questions, please call Arlene Fox
   Yearling Does, 16 to under 20 months, tenth place: Trickman Boer Goats,                                                                                         (637-4503) or Alice Hudson at (637-2541); email dahudson@iowatelecom.
Grinnell
   Yearling Does, 20 to under 24 months, third place: Windrush Farms,             Pella Woman Wins Second Place in                                                 net.
                                                                                                                                                                       The luncheon will be served from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and the menu
New Sharon and sixth and eighth place:Trickman Boer Goats, Grinnell
   Two Year Old Does, 24 to under 36 months, third place:JRCN Boer
Goats, Lynnville
                                                                                  State Fair Cookie Contest                                                        this year is chicken casserole, salad, apple crisp, roll and beverage. Enjoy
                                                                                                                                                                   both the show and luncheon for a fee or the show only for a smaller amount.
                                                                                      Brenda Becker of Pella earned second place in both the Christmas Cook-           Please come and support the local Historical Society, which is working to
                                                                                  ie Plate and the Other Holiday Cookie Plate divisions in the O Come All Ye       preserve the history of New Sharon and the surrounding area. All proceeds
   MARKET WETHERS                                                                 Cookies contest at the 2011 Iowa State Fair                                      will be used toward the building of a much-needed addition to the museum.
   Market Wether Class 2: 66-72 lbs, second place: Eagle Hill Farms, Oska-
loosa and ninth place: Clayton Scurr, Grinnell
                                                                                                                                                            Free Web Conference
   Market Wether Class 4: 81-84 lbs, third place: Clayton Scurr, Grinnell
                                                                                  Ag Mechanics Take Home Blue Rib-
and eighth place: Trickman Boer Goats, Grinnell
                                                                                                                                                            Helps Iowa Caregivers Address
   Market Wether Class 6: 88-90 lbs, fifth place: Trickman Boer Goats,
Grinnell and seventh place: J. Blake Scurr, Grinnell                              bons in State Fair Competition
   Market Wether Class 7: 91-98 lbs, tenth place: Eagle Hill Farms, Oska-             Restored tractors were abundant in the open Ag Mechanics competition Legal Issues that Impact Seniors
loosa                                                                             at the 2011 Iowa State Fair. Entries were judged on the basis of workman-
   Market Wether Class 8: 101+ lbs, second place: Eagle Hill Farms, Oska-         ship, design, usefulness, appearance and safety. Wayne Ver Steegh of Oska-           The non-profit National Private Duty Association (NPDA), along with
loosa and eighth place: J. Blake Scurr, Grinnell                                  loosa won First Prize in the Open Ag Gadget category and First Prize in the      the Iowa Chapter, has announced that is hosts a consumer education web
                                                                                  Best Safety Award category.                                                      conference entitled: Addressing Legal Issues that Impact Seniors on Septem-
    PERCENTAGE DOES                                                                                                                                                ber 22, at 8 p.m. EST (7 p.m. CT). The live and interactive program provides
    Doe Kids, 6 to under 9 months, second place: JRCN Boer Goats, Lyn-                                                                                             advice on elder law matters, including pinpointing when you need to address
nville, third and fourth place: Windrush Farms, New Sharon and fifth place:
Lil Dudes Show Goats, Eddyville
                                                                                  Oskaloosa Youth Wins Big in the                                                  legal issues, what the implications are and how to ensure that you and your
                                                                                                                                                                   family are protected. The event is free of charge to participants.
    Yearling Does, 16 to under 20 months, first and second place: Windrush
Farms, New Sharon and eleventh place: Trickman Boer Goats, Grinnell
                                                                                  FFA Rabbit Show at the State Fair                                                    The web conference topics include an overview of elder law issues, pow-
                                                                                                                                                                   ers of attorney, informed consent and guardianship, advance directives, will
                                                                                      Cody Systma from Oskaloosa won four Awards in the Four Class Breeds          and trusts and the timing involved for each.
                                                                                  Category in the FFA Rabbit Show. He won Champion and Reserve Cham-                   “Caring for an aging parent brings many challenges,” said Sheila Mc-
   Yearling Division Champion: Windrush Farms, New Sharon                         pion for his American Fuzzy Lop and Champion and Reserve Champion for
   Reserve Yearling Division Champion: Windrush Farms, New Sharon                                                                                                  Mackin, president of NPDA. “It’s vital that a family know what legal issues
                                                                                  his Holland Lop.                                                                 they need to address and the appropriate timing involved. Being knowledge-
Growers Association, Corn                                                         Sprouting Success in State Fair
                                                                                                                                                                   able of these issues is key to protecting your aging parent, providing the best
                                                                                                                                                                   care possible.”
                                                                                                                                                                       This event’s presenter is an expert on social work issues, as well as being
Checkoff Elect New Officers                                                       Floriculture Competition
                                                                                                                                                                   an attorney. Joseph T. Monahan, M.S.W., A.C.S.W., J.D. is the legal counsel
                                                                                                                                                                   for the NPDA. He received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in social
    The Iowa Corn Growers Association (ICGA) and the Iowa Corn Promo-                The state’s youngest gardeners turned flowers into ribbons in the Ju-         work from the University of Illinois in Champaign and his law degree from
tion Board (ICPB) announce new offers for the year starting September 1,          nior and Intermediate Floriculture competitions at the 2011 Iowa State Fair.     DePaul University College of Law. He is very involved with training and
2011.                                                                             MacKenzie Becker of Pella was awarded Sixth Place in the Flower Garden           counseling for several legal and social issues groups.
    Iowa Corn Growers Association (ICGA)                                          – Age 8 to 10 category in the Junior competition.                                    Pre-registration for the event is required. Sign up today by visiting the
    Kevin Ross, a corn, soybean and cow-calf producer from Pottawattamie                                                                                           registration link at www.privatedutyhomecare.org.

                                                                                                                                                                   Managing Concerns About Falls
County near Minden, is the new ICGA president. An ICGA board member
since 2008, Ross has served on the Iowa Corn Grassroots Network, Member-
ship & Checkoff Committee, Usage and Production Committee, the Animal             Young Cake Decorators
                                                                                                                                                                       Many older adults experience concerns about falling and restrict their ac-
Agriculture and Environment Committee, and the National Corn Growers
Association Ethanol Committee.                                                    Compete in State Fair Contest                                                    tivities. Seneca Area Agency on Aging is providing a program titled “Matter
                                                                                                                                                                   of Balance.” The “Matter of Balance” program is designed to reduce falling,
    Joining Ross on the ICGA executive officer team is:                               MacKenzie Becker of Pella took Third Place for the Age 9 to 12 category
    Bruce Rohwer, Paullina ICGA Vice President                                    in the Yummy’s Young Decorators contest at the 2011 Iowa State Fair. Youth       top the fear of falling cycle and improve activity levels. This award-winning
    Roger Zylstra, Lynnville, ICGA Secretary/Treasurer.                           ages 5 through 16 decorated cakes using only edible adornments. While            program from Boston University is supported by funds from the Evangelical
    Dean Taylor, Prairie City, as ICGA Past President                             prizes were awarded for the top three cakes in each division, every entrant      Lutheran Good Samaritan Society, Iowa Association of Area Agencies on
    Iowa Corn Promotion Board (ICPB)                                              received a participation t-shirt.                                                Aging and Seneca Area Agency on Aging.
    Deb Keller, from Clarion in Wright county, has been named the new Iowa                                                                                             Who should attend? Anyone interested in improving balance and flex-
Corn Promotion Board Chair. Keller, a farmer for 23 years, has done exten-                                                                                         ibility. What will you learn? You will lean how to increase activity and gain
sive work in the value-added and export areas, serving on the Research &
Business Development Committee and the Exports & Grain Trade Commit-
                                                                                  Youth Awarded for                                                                balance. Learn how to make changes to reduce fall risks at home and so
                                                                                                                                                                   much more.
tee for Iowa Corn. She is also a delegate to the U.S. Grains Council, where
she serves on the advisory team that overseas export programs in the Ameri-
                                                                                  Delectable Delights at State Fair                                                    Classis are held at Senior Center, 214 S. Main Sigourney
                                                                                                                                                                       Classes are twice a week for 4 weeks. Each class is for 2 hours:
                                                                                      Nate Boldt of Pella was among the winners in the Adventureland Park                  Tuesday and Thursday
cas, Africa, and the Middle East and a member of the National Corn Growers        Intermediate Division contest at the 2011 Iowa State Fair. Judging of the
Association’s Research & Development Action Team.                                                                                                                          9:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M.
                                                                                  sweets was based on taste, texture, appearance and creativity. Nate took                 October 4 – 27
    Joining Keller on the ICPB executive officer team is:                         Third place in the Fruit Dessert category and Second in the Creations With
    Kevin Rempp, Montezuma, as Vice Chair                                                                                                                              To register or for more information, please call Barb at 641-622-3266.
                                                                                  Cake Mixes category.
    Bob Bowman, DeWitt, as ICPB Secretary/Treasurer


                                                                                                                                                                   Photos availble online:
    Dick Gallagher, Washington, ICPB Past Chair.
    The Iowa Corn Promotion Board (ICPB), works to develop and defend
markets, fund research, and provide education about corn and corn products.       Oskaloosa Youth Earns
The Iowa Corn Growers Association (ICGA) is a membership organization
                                                                                  Award at Iowa State Fair
lobbying on agricultural issues on behalf of its 6,700 farmer members. Both
organizations work on the joint mission to create opportunities for long-term
Iowa corn grower profitability.
                                                                                      The Iowa Foundations for Agricultural Advancement (IFAA) presented
                                                                                  $162,900 in scholarships and awards to youth who participated in 4-H and
                                                                                                                                                                     www.thenewsharonsun.com
                                                                                  FFA beef, swine, sheep and poultry projects Saturday, August 20, prior to the
                                                                                  Sale of Champions at the 2011 Iowa State Fair.
                THE CITY OF NEW SHARON                                                The ceremony included the presentation of 116 scholarships with a val-
                     IS OFFERING A
   60’ X 120’ BUILDING LOT FOR SALE BY SEALED BID
                                                                                  ue of $147,000, as well as 85 performance and carcass awards valued at
                                                                                  $15,900. When tallied with the Sale of Champions receipts, the IFAA pro-
                                                                                  vided $429,700 to young livestock and poultry producers to sustain their
                                                                                                                                                                     Refuse to be a Victim
                LOCATED AT 408 W. MAPLE                                           interest in agriculture and encourage related careers.
                                                                                      2011 Award Winner from Oskaloosa is Connor DeBruin winning a $250
                                                                                                                                                                         Learn how to prevent yourself
The City of New Sharon is accepting sealed bids for the sale of a 60’ x           Reserve Champion 4-H Purebred Derby Carcass Hog Award.                                 from becoming a target/victim
120’ building lot located at 408 W. Maple Street. This is a corner lot with all


                                                                                                                                                                    Saturday, September 17
utilities available including city water and sewer, natural gas and electric.
There is also a working well on the property for watering your garden and/
or flowers. Sealed bids will be accepted at City Hall, 101 S. Main Street,
                                                                                  Draft Horse Winners
New Sharon, until noon on September 30, 2011. The bids will be open
on October 3, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall.
                                                                                  Named at Iowa State Fair Show                                                                from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
                                                                                      Percheron, Clydesdale and Shire horses earned ribbons during competi-
Terms of Sale:
                                                                                  tion August 18-20 at the 2011 Iowa State Fair.
                                                                                      Local results follow:
                                                                                                                                                                          at Rock Center, 206 S. Mulberry,
    1. The entire property is being sold AS IS with no warranties.                Senior Stallion Foal - Percheron: First place) MarKar Farms, Sully                               in New Sharon
    2. The minimum bid is $7,000.                                                 Reserve Junior Champion Stallion – Percheron: MarKar Farms, Sully
    3. Bidders can raise their bid at time of opening.                            Junior Filly Foal - Percheron: Fifth place) MarKar Farms, Sully
                                                                                  Senior Filly Foal - Percheron: Fourth place) MarKar Farms, Sully
                                                                                                                                                                               Special section for
    4. 20% of the selling price will be required the night of the bid with
       the balance to be paid at closing.
                                                                                  Mare - 2 year old - Percheron: Tenth place) MarKar Farms, Sully                      Senior Citizens and Persons with
                                                                                  Iowa Percheron Futurity Filly Foal
    5. The Buyer will pay all closing costs.                                          Second place) MarKar Farms, Sully                                               Disabilities, as well as resources for
    6. There are no liens on the property and the abstract will be brought            Eighth place) MarKar Farms, Sully
       up to date at the time of sale.                                            Best of Iowa - Percheron: Second place) MarKar Farms, Sully                           Domestic Violence and Stalking
    7. The City Council has the right to reject any and all bids for              Open Six Horse Hitch - Clyde/Shire
       any reason.                                                                                                                                                   Cost: $25.00 • Senior Citizens: $15.00
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                              North Mahaska Defense                                                                                        Iowa Valley
                                                                                                                                           Downs Warhawks 31-6
                                                                                                                                               Coming into week three, the Warhawks had to improve on the previ-
                                                                                                                                           ous week’s performances. Every aspect of the game needed improvement. It
                                                                                                                                           would not be easy as a strong Iowa Valley team came to New Sharon.
                                                                                                                                               The Warhawks wanted to control the ball more on offense, score, tackle
                                                                                                                                           better and be in the game when the fourth quarter started. While all the goals
                                                                                                                                           were not met, there was improvement.
                                                                                                                                               The Warhawks were able to move the ball at times on the ground and in
                                                                                                                                           the air, but too many mistakes kept NM from the consistency needed to be
                                                                                                                                           successful.
                                                                                                                                               Iowa Valley would score once in the first quarter on a long run. The War-
                                                                                                                                           hawks only trailed 6-0 after one quarter. The defense made many good plays
                                                                                                                                           stopping the tigers, but the lack of tackling on two plays allowed two big
                                                                                                                                           runs in the second quarter putting them up 18-0. The Warhawks did not give
                                                                                                                                           up. Late in the half Beau Freeborn found Clayton Korell for 37 yd td pass.
                                                                                                                                           Going into the locker room NM had some momentum trailing 18-6.
                                                                                                                                               The momentum would not last as a breakdown on special teams allowed
                                                                                                                                           the tiger return man to return the kick for a touchdown. Iowa Valley would
                                                                                                                                           score one more time in the third quarter to make the 31-6.
                                                                                                                                               The Warhawks had a chance to get another score in the fourth quarter.
                                                                                                                                           Trent Lindenman picked off an IV pass and put NM inside the five. The ti-
                                                                                                                                           gers stuffed three running plays and the fourth down pass fell to the ground.
                                                                                                                                           The game ended 31-6.
                                                                                                                                               The Warhawks did show improvement on both sides of the ball but there
                                                                                                                                           is still not enough to get the win.
                                                                                                                                               The offense did show some signs of life as it gained 140 yds on the
                                                                                                                                           ground and 79 in the air for its best output of the season.
                                                                                                                                               Trent Lindenman rushed the ball 22 times for 57 yds, Alec Fuller 11/41
                                                                                                                                           and Korell 5/42. Freeborn was 4 of 11 passing with Korell catching 3 for 63
                                                                                                                                           yds and Justin Richards 1 for 16.
                                                                                                                                               The defense, playing with much more emotion, was led by Fuller with 8
                                                                                                                                           tackles, Derek Schultz-7, Freeborn-6, Knic Chamberlain-5, Cully Spears-5,
                                                                                                                                           and Levi Lamberson-5.
                                                                                                                                               One sign that Warhawk defense was much more active was the of tackles
                                                                                                                                           for losses that they had.
                                                                                                                                               The players and coaches will continue to work hard continually trying
                                                                                                                                           to improve.
                                                                                                                                               The Warhawks will travel to District favorite BGM next week.

                                                                                                                                           Full Weekend
                                                                                                                                           for Fremont Frontier Days
                                                                                                                                                    Friday, September 16, 2011
                                                                                                                                           5:30 Supper by Frontier Days Committee
                                                                                                                                           5:30 Piercing the Darkness
                                                                                                                                           Dusk: Movie in the Park by Community Center sponsored by Method-
                                                                                                                                             ist Church
                                                                                                                                                    Saturday, September 17,2011
                                                                                                                                           10:00 am Frontier Days Parade
                                                                                                                                           11:00 am Lunch Fire Station (Free Will Offering)
                                                                                                                                           11:00 am Fireman’s Smoke House -Fire Station. Fremont Students
                                                                                                                                             Register for Free smoke alarm
                                                                                                                                           11:00 - 4:00 Hammer Arm Wresting
                                                                                                                                           King of The Hill Contest
                                                                                                                                           11:30 - 12:30 Ronald McDonald

                             North Mahaska Offense                                                                                         12:00 noon Tractor Pull
                                                                                                                                           4:00 pm Wet Pants Contest
                                                                                                                                           6:00 - 10:30 pm Street Dance
                                                                                                                                                                                   1:00 pm Texting Contest
                                                                                                                                                                                   4:15 pm Sack Races

                                                                                                                                           Throughout the day
                                                                                                                                           Thomas the Train Dunk Tank Vendors
                                                                                                                                           ***Schedule Subject to Change***
                                                                                                                                           Free Fire hats to 1st 100 children

A Marvel-ous Homecoming Next Week                                                                                                          Pop Can Drive for 7th- 8th Grade Washington DC trip
                                                                                                                                           A Cure for Three Plus More: Heather Sharff
                                                                                                                                           City wide Garage Sales
   Homecoming Week is September 19 to the 23. Theme: A Marvel-          Voting for King/Queen candidates will take place Thursday, Sep-
ous Homecoming!                                                     tember 15th at the beginning of 2nd pe-
   Dress up Days of the Week: Monday - Pajama Day, Tuesday - 80’s   riod. The candidates will be announced                                 Planned for This Fall
Day, Wednesday - SuperHero Day, Thursday - Nerd Day and Friday -    Friday afternoon on the 16th. The vot-                                     City wide garage sales for this Fall are scheduled for September 16 and
Red/White Day. Game Night: Tuesday, September 20, 7:00 PM           ing for Homecoming King and Queen                                      17 and you can get those things out that you don’t need and get your garage
   Coronation / Skit Night: Thursday, September 22nd, 7:00 PM PEP   will take place on Thursday, the 22, at                                sale scheduled. Contact Carol Renaud at 641-660-0069 or Sam Hudson at
Rally + Parade: Pep Rally in the afternoon, Parade starts at 2:45   the beginning of second period. Only                                   641-660-1135. If you are not interested in having a sale, please come and
   Homecoming Dance: After football game until 12:00                grades 9-12 vote for King/Queen.                                       visit all the city wide garage sales. City wide maps will be available to any-
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Tractor Pull Well Attended at Delta Days Pedal
     This year’s Delta Days had 109         5500 Farm Stock                    5800 2x2 Modified
entries in their ‘Tractor Pull’ and 56
in their ‘Truck Pulls’ under the spon-
                                         1st Wayne VanWeeldon
                                         2nd Sam Kitzman, What Cheer
                                                                            1st Rick Krueger, Sigourney
                                                                            2nd Ken Krueger, Ollie
                                                                                                               Pull Proves
sorship of the Delta Volunteer Fire
Department. Rodney Hart, son of
                                         3rd Ed VantSant
                                         3rd Sam Scholtus
                                                                            3rd Jim Tinnes
                                                                                                               Difficult For
the late Newell Hart, was their an-                                         The Following are the Truck Pull
nouncer. The following are the dif-
ferent classes and the results:
                                            5500 Antique/Classic
                                         1st Scott Alderson
                                                                            results:                           Some
    ‘H’ Stock Class                      2nd Marvin Mallams, Mt. Pleasant      5800 4x4 Stock                     The Kiddie Tractor Pull was held
1st Darrel Alderson, Delta               3rd Sam Kitzman                    1st Jody Kleinschmidt, Delta       during the ‘Delta Days’ celebration
2nd Brady Fenton, Ottumwa                                                   2nd Kevin Fox, Delta               on Saturday, September 10th. There
3rd Charles Montgomery, What                5500 Open                       3rd Derek Jones, New Sharon        were six weight categories: The fol-
Cheer                                    1st Wayne Durham                                                      lowing are the results of those pulls:
                                         2nd Kevin VantStant                   5800 4x4 Open                   Name                   Distance (ft.)
   3500 Open                             3rd Shawn Schippers, New Sharon    1st Kevin Fox, Delta               0-30 Pounds:
1st Terence Durham, Arbela, MO                                              2nd Tyler Snakenberg, Sigourney    1. Lincoln VanMersbergen
                                            6000 Farm Stock                 3rd Tucker Rasplica, Delta         Full Pull                         1st
   3500 Antique/Classic                  1st Cory Kitzman, Oskaloosa
1st Terence Durham, Arbela, MO           2nd Sid Kitzman                       6200 4x4 Stock                  31-45 Pounds:
                                         3rd Darrell Alderson               1st Jody Kleinschmidt              1. Graci Coble      26           1st
   4000 Antique/Classic                                                     2nd Kevin Fox                      2. Jaden Hiner      8
1st Jim Fenton, Ottumwa                     6500 Antique/Classic            3rd Isaiah Ahlberg, Sigourney      3. Gage Crsip       7
                                         1st Eric Edge                                                         4. Marshall Mundt 9              2nd
   4000 Farm Stock                       2nd Marvin Mallams                    5800 4x4 Modified               5. Jayden Smith     8
1st John Frige                           3rd Sam Kitzman                    1st Jody Kleinschmidt              6. AJ Taylor        3

                                                                                                                                                                                                 Bullfrogs Bring
2nd Jon Streigle, Delta                                                     2nd Mike Buehnaman, Sigourney      7. Gabriel Richards 6
3rd Charles Montgomery, What                6500 Open                       3rd Kevin Fox                      8. Peyton VanWeeldon 6
Cheer                                    1st Marvin Mallams

   4000 Open
                                         2nd Sam Kitzman
                                         3rd Kenneth Sociboi
                                                                               6200 4x4 Modified
                                                                            1st Mike Buehnaman
                                                                                                               46-59 Pounds:
                                                                                                               1. Gable Goff        5.5                                                          Smiles to Faces
1st Terence Durham, Arbela, MO           3rd Scott Leer, Keswick            2nd Kevin Fox                      2. Izaak Smith       24.5        2nd
2nd Kevin VantSant, New Sharon                                              3rd Chris Stanley, Delta           3. Jack Hiner        4                       The Bullfrog races were held
3rd John Stek, Oskaloosa                    7500 Farm Stock                                                    4. Jocelyn Vant Stant 6.5                during the ‘Delta Days’ celebration      7 and 8 Year Olds:
                                         1st Leon Streigle, Delta              6200 4x4 Open                   5. Haden George      22          3rd     on Saturday, September 10th. There       1. Hayden George       7.7    2nd
   4500 Antique/Classic                  2nd Frosty Streigle                1st Mike Buehneman                 6. Abby George       5                   were four age categories: The fol-       2. Alex Bown           5.5
1st Scott Alderson, Sigourney            3rd Scott Leer                     2nd Kevin Fox                      7. Braden Molyneux 10                    lowing are the results of those races:   3. Daman Dowd          5.7
2nd Jim Fenton                                                                                                 8. Cayle Kitzman 27.5            1st     Name                  Distance (ft.)     4. Stone Fredrick      4.11
3rd John Stek                               8500 Farm Stock                    4x4 Stock Diesel                9. Dylan VanWeeldon 10                   4 and Under:                             5. Jilienne Butler     6.5
                                         1st Leon Streigle                  1st Tyler Snakenberg, Sigourney                                             1. Abby George          4.5              6, Caitlin Smith       6.3
   4500 Farm Stock                       2nd Jon Streigle                   2nd Thomas Russell, Sigourney      60-75 Pounds:                            2. AJ Hammes            3.4              7. Tay Groenendyk      9.4     1st
1st John Edge                            3rd Scott Leer                     3rd Nate Goodman, Sigourney        1. Austin VanDerser    Full Pull 1st     3. Lincoln VanMersbergen                 8. Ashley Bunnell      6.7
2nd Jon Streigle, Delta                                                     3rd Dustin Bensmiller, Sigourney   2. Aaron Hynick        29.5      2nd     4. Marshall Mundt 6.11
3rd    Wayne VanWeeldon, What               9500 Farm Stock                                                    3. Vlad Munger         24                5. Jayden Hiner         6.12      2nd    9 and 10 Year Olds:
Cheer                                    1st Frosty Streigle                                                   4. Talon Munger        29                6. Kathryn Torgrim 3.5                   1. Jacob Vant-Sant     6.2
                                         2nd Scott Leer                                                        5. Kira Smith          21                7. Olivia Torgrim       9.1       1st    2. Jared Vant-Sant     6.7    2nd
   4000 Open                                                                                                   6. Dayton Clubb        28                8. Quincey Vogle        5.11             3. Saelim Butler       6.8     1st
1st Terence Durham                          10,000 Farm Stock                                                                                           9. Hayley Gillispie 4.7                  4. Talon Munger        5.8
2nd Kevin Van Stant                      1st Tylor Pence, Sigourney                                            76-92 Pounds:                            10. Boston Roorda       4.4              5. Brandon Hale        4.6
3rd Shawn Schippers, New Sharon          2nd Tylor Pence                                                       1. Josh White          13                                                         6. Vlad Munger         6.5
                                         3rd Dustin “Benny” Bensmiller                                         2. Stacia Hammes       Full Pull 1st     5 and 6 Year Olds:                       7. Avery Roorda        6.5
   5000 Farm Stock                                                                                             3. Jared Vant Sant     28        2nd     1. Landon Long         3.1               8. Mika Wiedemeier     4.9
1st Wayne VanWeeldon                        6500 Farm Stock                                                    4. Noah Lundy          4                 2. Mason Crisp         6.2               9. Phillip Spoelstra   5.8
2nd Sam Scholtus, Rose Hill              1st Leon Streigle                                                     5. Hannah Alderson     22                3. Graci Coble         4.1               10. Stacia Hammes      6.4
3rd Frosty Streigle, Sigourney           2nd Cory Kitzman, Oskaloosa                                                                                    4. Jocelyn Vant-Sant   4.6
                                         3rd Sam Scholtus                                                      93 Pounds and Over:                      5. Jackson Hiner       6.7
   5000 Antique/Classic                                                                                        1. Jacob Vant Stant Full Pull            6. Brityn Butler       4.3
1st Scott Alderson                          5800 2x2 Stock                                                     2. Saelim Butler                         7. Izaak Smith         8.7       2nd
2nd John Stek                            1st Jody Kleinschmidt, Delta                                          3. Phillip Spoelstra   20                8. Gable Goff          4.11
3rd Tim Edge, Traux                      2nd Jim Tinnes, Webster                                               4. Mike              Full Pull           9. Tatum Roorda        6.4
                                                                                                               5. Brandon Hale      Full Pull




     Untangled
                                                                                                                                                        10. Cayle Kitzman      11.2       1st
More photos available: www.thenewsharonsun.com                                                                 6. Brock Alderson      21.5
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             You:

           2011 Women’s Health Focus & Baby Fair




        Wednesday, October 5                                                                           Tickets are just $18 per person (or $25 if purchased after Sept.
        Grinnell Community High School                                                                 25). Price includes exhibits, speaker, buffet dinner, and party
                                                                                                       favors. We’ll give away lots of prizes from exhibitors and
        4 to 6:45 p.m. Educational exhibits, hair salon                                                vendors.
        styles, and retail therapy with local vendors
                                                                                                       Tickets available online on the GRMC website: www.grmc.us;
        5 to 6:45 p.m. Buffet meal catered by Mayflower                                                or by logging onto http://tinyurl.com/2011whf
        Community’s chef & catering staff

        7 p.m. Showcase local                                                                          Tickets also available at The Glass Gift Box, Dori’s Fine
        makeovers. Guest speaker,                                                                      Fashions and Shoes, and Postels Community Health Park.
        Pat Wynn Brown, will have
        you laugh away the tangles                                                                     Childcare is available for $3 per child, includes a
        of your life as you see the
                                                                                                       meal. Please reserve childcare at the time
        beauty in life with her Hair
        Theater Beauty School.
                                                                                                       of your reservation.



                                                                    Hosted by Grinnell Regional Medical Center and the GRMC Auxiliary
                                                                                   Major contributors: Grinnell College
                                                                                       Partners: Mayflower Community
                                                                      Sponsors: Grinnell Eye Care, Grinnell Family Care, Iowa Radiology,
                                                                          Maytag Laundry and Tanning, Medela, and KGRN 1410 AM.
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Cross Country Runners Off to a Good Start
Results from September 1,Wild-          Results from Keota on September 6:
wood Park, Ottumwa, Pekin host.         Varsity Boys:Tanner Wanders - 2nd

Varsity Boys - 51 runners               Varsity Girls:                      Megan Goemaat - 12th
Tanner Wanders - !st                    Kylie Roozeboom - 16th              Tressa Watts - 18th
                                        Caitlin Fleet-Sampson - 24th        Lorraine Brown - 36th
Varsity Girls - 93 runners              Sarah Bowen - 44th                  Tara Smith - 47th
Megan Goemaat - 12th                    Team - 5th
Kylie Roozeboom - 13th
Tressa Watts - 21st                     The kids ran really well against tough competition. Our next meet is
Jenna Lacey - 38th                      September 13 at English Valleys.
Caitlin Fleet-Sampson - 45th
Lorraine Brown - 61st
Sarah Bowen - 74th
                                                                                North Mahaska Volleyball
Tara Smith - 75th
Team - 3rd                                                                      Winning as Season Opens
                                                                                    N.M. vs. HLV
Junior High Boys - 33 runners                                                       Tuesday September 6, 2011
Everett Davis - 16th                                                                North Mahaska kicked off their season by sweeping HLV in three. 25-
Chris Kubli - 17th                                                              19, 25-13, 25-20. Allie Ferguson led the team in kills with 13. She also had
Leland Bainbridge - 19th                                                        11 digs. Jaylin DeJong led the team in aces with 4 and had great defense
Landen Playle - 32nd                                                            with 10 digs. Sheyenne Hill had 3 kills. Jenna Lacey had 3 kills, 24 assists,
Team 2nd                                                                        and was16 of 16 serving. Carissa McBirnie 11 of 13 serving. Kate Ray had
                                                                                7 kills and 8 digs. Coach Briggs commented, “The girls are a solid team that
Junior High Girls - 46 runners                                                  work together very well.”
Andrea Loving - 14th
Katie Shaw - 15th                       Junior Parents                              N.M. vs. Sigourney
Shelby McGriff - 19th
Katie Koehler - 28th                    After Prom Meeting                          Thursday September 8, 2011
                                                                                    North Mahaska over Sigourney in 3 26-24, 25-17, 25-15. “Everyone is
Hailey Thompson - 33rd                  There will be a Junior Parents After    showing great improvement. Jaylin DeJong stepped up her serving game
Jensen Kelderman - 34th                 Prom Meeting on Wednesday, Sep-         tonight. I believe the girls showed what kind they are by staying confident
Team 3rd                                tember 28th @ 7:00 pm in the High       when they were behind and making some very smart decisions to ensure a
                                        School Cafeteria. If any questions,
                                                                                win in the first game. After the first game things really started coming to-
Very hot weather! All the kids ran      please call Deana DeJong at 641-
                                        660-1415                                gether and the girls finished strong.”
very well!                                                                          Allie Ferguson 13/15 4 Aces, 9 digs, 8 kills
Iowa Hunter Education Classes                                                       Jenna Lacey 9/9 serving, 8 digs, 1 kill
                                                                                    Kate Ray 9/10 Serving 1 Ace, 2 block assists, 1 solo block, 4 kills
Offered in Mahaska County                                                           Carissa McBirnie 4 kills
                                                                                    Jaylin DeJong14/16 serving, 5 aces, 11 digs
                           The Mahaska County Conservation Board and
                       the Iowa Department of Natural Resources is offer-           Sheyenne Hill 4 kills
                       ing a variety of Hunter Education Classes this fall at       Sarah McGriff 9/10 Serving 1 Ace, 6 digs
                       the Russell Wildlife Area. Anyone born after Janu-
                       ary 1, 1972 must attend a Hunter Education course           Chariton Tournament
                       before they are allowed to purchase an Iowa hunt-           North Mahaska over Chariton
                       ing license. Participants must pre-register for any of      21-19, 21-8
                       these classes at www.iowadnr.gov/training.                  North Mahaska over South East Warren
    Two separate Hunter Ed Internet Course “field days” will be held this
fall. Registrants can complete the online course found on the Iowa DNR             21-8, 18-21, 15-7
website and attend a required field day on Tuesday, October 25 at 6:00 p.m.        North Mahaska over Albia
or on Wednesday, November 30 at 6:00 p.m.                                          17-21, 21-13, 15- 8
    For more information, contact MCCB at (641)673-9327.                           Davis County over North Mahaska
                                                                                   25-18, 25-14
                                                                                   Albia over North Mahaska                                                          Allie Ferguson led the team against HLV with 13 kills and 11 digs.




                   Barnes City Firemen
          Catfish fry
           at the Barnes City Fire Station
      Saturday, September 17
                          5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
                       Catfish, Baked Potato, Beans, Coleslaw,
                             Roll With Butter and Drink
                       $9 a plate, ages 5 and under Free




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