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P.O. Box 8
Allison, IA 50602
Many Responsible for Successful Relay for Life
Submitted by Lucille Leerhoff Care, R.E.C. –Butler County, S &
of 1946 It is not without the generosity S Auto Repair, Simple Pleasures
Attention: Dumont class of 1946! and help of many individuals, busi- Chocolate, Spool Designs, Teens On
Looking to reconnect with old nesses and community groups from A Mission, Viers Family, Voss Stu-
friends? E-mail wildcats1946@ throughout Butler County that made dio, Washington Reformed Church
gmail.com or fax 1-866-0825-
the recent, July 8th ACS Relay For Sunday School, Woodley’s Catering
08899 to ﬁnd out more. (Classes
of 1945 & 1947 are welcome as Life an outstanding success. Relay & Cakes – Nathan Woodley, Worley
well.) Chair Sarah Pepples expresses her Pork, Wubbena Family and Your
thanks to all who helped in any way Hometown Pharmacies.
as it truly was a coming-together to Thank You is extended to the Re-
Iowa sales make things happen. lay’s In-Kind Supporters! They are:
tax holiday An attempt will be made to thank American Cancer Society, American
On August 5-6, no Iowa or lo- all of the teams, in-kind contributors Family Insurance, Art & Design,
cal sales tax will be charged on and sponsors for the event, however, Avon – Liz Clark, Brothers’ Market,
clothing and footwear priced if anyone is missed, it surely is not Burger King, Butler Co. Fair Board,
below $100. For more informa-
intentional. Everything was appreci- Casey’s Corp., Clarksville AmVets,
tion on the Iowa Sales Tax Holi-
day, see the website: www.state. ated. Clarksville Booster Club, Clarks-
ia.us/tax/educate/holiday1.html Twenty-eight teams from through- ville Star, Couture Corner, Custom
out the county participated in the Creations, Cut Hut, Dexter Brahn,
2011 Relay and they are: Anderson Dairy Queen – Waverly, Doc’s
Allison Garden Family, Ardella’s Card Club, Aust- Restaurant/Lounge, Dollar General
Club to meet inville Allstars, Barnett Bunch, Bet- Store, Donna Busch Photography,
The Allison Garden Club will ty’s Brigade, Blake Wahl, Butler Co. Dralle’s Dept. Store, Eclipse-News-
meet on Monday, August 8 to R.E.C., Camo Fighters, Caregiving Review, Ltd., Eddie Heselroad Old
tour gardens in Dumont. Please For A Cure, Community Angels, Glass Factory, Farmer’s Feed &
meet at the courthouse at 5:30 to These individuals were honored for their service with ACS at the 2011 Relay: Darlys Mennenga, Clarksville;
Fran’s Fans, Friends For Life, Grove Grain, Forever Now Photography,
pool rides. You are asked to pro- Ann and Lester Schrage, Allison and Shirley Burma, Allison. It takes a lot of effort and commitment to pull
vide your own lunch or snack. Street & Friends, Heartland Win- Freeze Frame Bowling, Gallagher- off the successful Relays that occur in Butler County year after year. Darlys stated that she is pleased to
dows, Korte Family, Meyer Family, Bluedorn, Greene Recorder, HyVee, be part of “the” relay of the year! Thank you to everyone who has contributed!
Saddle Up For Tom, Team Delores, Iowa State University, J & C Gro-
NBHS Cross Team Denny, Team Worley, Teens cery, Jerry’s Studio, K & S Grocery, son; Bronze: Allison, Aplington- Plumbing & Heating, Security State counting Chair, Karla Voss – Games/
Country season On A Mission, The Caring Bunch, KLMJ, Kwik Star, Leah’s Hallmark, Parkersburg Family Practice, Butler Bank, State Farm, Stumme Law Of- Activities Co-Chair, Shari Wilken
begins August 8 Vicki’s Warriors, Walkers of Faith, Legend Trail Golf Club, Leisinger County Abstract, Dumont Telephone ﬁce, Viaﬁeld . – Games/Activities Co-Chair, Jane
The 2011 Cross Country sea- Washington Beacons and Your Body Shop, Mane Station, Marge’s Company, George F North DDS PC, Thank You to our 2011 ACS Relay Kliebenstein – Luminaria Assistant,
son will begin with the ﬁrst of- Hometown Pharmacy. Beauty Shop, Mary Alice Anthony, Lincoln Savings Bank, St. Mary’s For Life Butler County Committee JoAnn Lewis – Survivor Assistant,
ﬁcial practice on Monday, Au- This list includes several new Matt’s Grill & Bar, McDonald’s Church, Waverly Municipal Hospi- who worked tirelessly for over six Ann & Lester Schrage – Luminaria
gust 8, at 5:00 p.m. at North teams each year. It encompasses the Corp., Meyer Pharmacy, Nancy Do- tal Medical Staff; Waverly Health months to plan, organize and carry Assistants.
Butler High School in Greene. entire county and it includes hun- navon Cakes, Orly’s Locker, Parker Center; Century Club of Hope: out this wonderful family event. Major Helpers were: Denise Han-
Any students in grades 9-12 are dreds of individuals who worked Place, Parkersburg Tire, Peppercorn Allison Farmers Feed & Grain, But- They are: Sarah Pepples – Event son, Pam Dohrn, Margaret Harris,
welcome to be part of the NBHS tirelessly throughout the year to Pantry, Perkins, Phelps Implement- ler County REC, Cole Excavating, Chair/Online Chair, Leanne Schipper Marlys Saathoff, Pat Mennenga,
Cross Country Team. Physicals bring in a major contribution for the Greene, Pizza Ranch, Rack ‘em Up, Doc’s Tap, Doug’s Heating & Cool- – Silent Auction Chair, Adam Hoff- Nancy Amunson, Kelly Zurcher,
must be updated before students
ﬁght against cancer. Roling Ford-Shell Rock, Siech’s ing, Dralle Plumbing & Heating, man – Logistics Chair, Karla Voss Jodee Zurcher, Richard Mennenga,
can practice with the team. Ques-
tions can be directed to Coach If you are impressed with this list Parkersburg Pharmacy, Smith’s Dwayne Shear, Ethan Epley/Dillion – Recruitment Chair, Helen Deb- Paul Leerhoff, Alan Leerhoff, Dan
Clark at 319-239-0204. and want to be part of it next year, Inc., Star Graphics, Cindi Steere, Law Ofﬁce, Feldmeier Equipment, ner – Advisor/Sponsorship, Lucille Englin, Randy Bohlen, Deb Mc-
contact someone from the commit- Stinky’s, T & L’s Pizza Plus, T & M Fourth Street Sub-Division, Kai- Leerhoff – Publicity/Secretary, Lois Whirter, Jay & Susan Schrage, Teens
tee and get started planning your Grocery, Taylor Physical Therapy, ser-Corson Funeral Homes, Lodge Roose – Mission Moment , Marga- On A Mission, Terry & Joni Gilbert,
Candlestick team! It is easy, fun and you won’t The “W”, The Cooler, Tribune Jour- Machine, Inc, Mennenga Auction, ret Smith – Luminaria Chair, Shirley Judy Hoodjer, Margaret Harris, Ron
Chapter DAR be sorry you chose to participate in nal, Tyson Prepared Foods, Univer- Meyer Pharmacy, People’s Clinic, Burma – Survivor Assistant, Holly Rivers, Georgia and Gary Freerks,
Hampton Candlestick Chap- Relay this way. sity of Iowa, University of Northern Shepard, Gibson & Lievens, Sieste- Roose – Food/Concession Stand, Suzanne Wubbena, Lois McDowell,
ter Daughters of the American Thank You goes to all of the Team Iowa, Village Inn, Waverly Health ma-Vogel Funeral Home; Friends: Harriet Forry – Survivor Chair, Jena Schipper, Sara Bergmann, Shir-
Revolution (DAR) enjoyed an Sponsors which include the follow- Center, Waverly Taco Johns and Wa- A.L. Buseman Industries, Allison Darlys Mennenga – Advocacy/Ac- Relay continued on back page
educational program in July at
ing: ABCM Corp., A.L.L. Land- verly Palace Theater. Propane Gas, American Tool & En-
the Whispering Willows Wind
scaping, Allison Farmers Feed & A big thank you to all those spon- gineering, Bill Bigler, Butler County
The next meeting is Tuesday,
Aug. 9 at 1:30 p.m. in the home
Grain, Anderson Family, Barnett
Bunch, Brannon Family, Buss Cater-
sors and supporters who give to our
teams directly and are not listed as
R.E.C., Cooper Motors, DeWayne
Shear, Dralle Plumbing & Heating,
Purple Heart recipients
of Linda Allan, 500 1st St., Coul-
ing, Busse Surveying, Community
United Methodist Church, DeVr-
friends or in-kind supporters. We
could not have done it without your
Dralle’s Department Store, Dumont
Harken Lumber Co. , Edward Jones, are taking ﬂight
The program is on continuing ies Trucking, Frerichs Family, Hair help. Fourth Street Sub-Division, Greene By Staci Miller - Editor
needlework heritage. RSVP to Shoppe, Denise Hansen-Pampered Thank You to our 2011 Relay Insurance, Kaiser Corson Funeral National Purple Heart Day is now celebrated
Linda at 641-866-6705. Chef, Heartland Windows, Jenn’s Sponsors -Gold: Your Hometown Homes, Landers Hardware Hank, on August 7, and in 2012, approximately 140
DAR is open to any female 18 Hair House & Tanning, Korte Fam- Pharmacies of Allison, Clarksville, Majewski’s Tire & Exhaust Cen- Purple Heart recipients will get to take an
or older with proof of ancestry ily, Lawler & Swanson Law Ofﬁce, Dumont, Greene, North Butler Mid- ter, McRoberts Implement, Meyer Honor Flight to Washington D.C. on that very
dating to the American Revolu-
Maple Manor Village, Meyer Fam- dle School Students and Youth of Healthmart Pharmacy, MJ’s Ulti- special day.
ily, North Butler Middle School Stu- Teens on a Mission; Silver: Hope mate Hair, Peterson Backhoe, Rising Allison resident, Wilbur Cordes, is one of
dents, Prairie Land, Randy’s Lawn Reformed Church, Lawler & Swan- Sun Karate Studios, Ron’s TV, Ross those Purple Heart recipients and he said he’s
3-person best really looking forward to the trip.
shot, beanbag Cordes served our country in the Army and
was injured in Korea in March of 1953 at the
tournament age of 21. Shrapnel hit both of his legs and
A 3-person best shot and bean- left arm. Cordes said he doesn’t remember
bag tournament fundraiser will being in pain because he “had other things on
be held on August 12 for the [his] mind.”
Clarksville Fire Department. According to The Military Order of the Purple Heart website, the Purple
The 3-person best shot will Heart is “awarded to members of the armed forces…who are wounded
start at 9 a.m. at CARD Golf by an instrument of war in the hands of the enemy.”
Course in Clarksville. Cost is Along with Purple Heart recipients, WWII veterans will be taking part
$25 per person, which includes in the August 7, 2012 honor ﬂight where they will tour several monuments
lunch and keg beer. Mulligans and visit Arlington National Cemetery for the changing of the guard.
will be sold prior to shotgun,
and there will be hole prizes as
well as golf related games on the
Following the golf tournament,
the ﬁremen will be hold a bean-
bag tournament at 6 p.m.; reg-
istration starts at 5 p.m. Cost of
this tournament is $10 per 2-per-
son team, with cash prizes for the Lavern G. DeVries, 65, of Allison,
top three teams. Iowa passed away on Wednesday,
Sign up for either of these July 27, at Iowa Methodist Medical
events by contacting the CARD Center in Des Moines from compli-
Clubhouse at 278-4787. cations of injuries sustained in a ve-
Lavern George DeVries was born
New Hartford on October 16, 1945. He attended
Lions omelet Plainﬁeld school and graduated in
1964. He attended Wartburg College
breakfast for 4 years, graduating in 1968. La-
The New Hartford Lions are
vern then started teaching in Titonka
hosting an omelet and all you can (L-R) Chad Campbell, Mark Reiher, Karl Nelson, Tom Hiedenwirth and later for the Allison-Bristow
eat pancake breakfast on Sunday,
school system for 25 years. Lavern
August 21 from 7:30 a.m. - 12:30
p.m. at the New Hartford com-
munity building. $6 for adults,
Check submitted to Butler also worked for Farmers Mutual
Hail Insurance Company of Iowa as
County Board of Superviosors
a crop adjuster for 32 years. He re-
$3 for children 12 and under.
tired from teaching in 2004 and con-
Also, the New Hartford Wom-
tinued to work for Farmers Mutual
en’s Club will be have a bake
Chad Campbell of Campbell-Mellema Insurance of Parkersburg presented a check for $9,662.677 to the Hail until the time of his death. to March 31, 2008.
sale. Proceeds from the breakfast
Butler County Board of Supervisors. This check is from the county’s investment income from their partici- Lavern also served on the Allison See his full obituary on page 3.
will help buy a new sign.
pation with the Iowa Communities Assurance Pool (ICAP) City Council from October 19, 2004
10 • Thursday, August 4, 2011 News • Butler County Tribune-Journal •
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BEST SOLUTION & BEST SERVICE!
OPEN HOUSE Allison Lions Club Serve Omelet Breakfast.
SALE! Pictured above, left, are members of the Allison Lions Club getting ready to serve over 200 at the Omelet breakfast held at Wilder Park on
Sat of the Wilder Days Festivities. Preparing the breakfast (L-R) are:- Dr George North, Jeff Shima, Dale Thoreson, Mark Randall, Irv Loomis
August 4 & 5 (Helper) and Mary Freese. Lions Members not pictured that helped with the Breakfast were: -- Herb Freese, Burton Sprole Leona Shima and
Duane Feltz, Linda Thoreson, Linda Randall, Bonnie Loomis, and Lorna Feltz. Above, right, UNI’s New Horizon Band entertains the crowd
Open from 8am-6pm assembled for the Lion’s breakfast.
Open from 8am-5pm
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1-319-267-2626 • Fax 319-267-2515 602 2nd St. Complete Line of:
Salesman Dumont, IA Lumber • Hardware
Wood Vision Steve Heeren Monday - 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Cabinets • Accessories
VISION CLINIC Clinic Broker Wednesday - 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Friday - 8:30 a.m. - 12 noon
Paint • Glass • Roofing
Windows • Steel Doors Allison • 267-2300
Amanda A. Wood, O.D. • Jarod R. Wood, O.D. Sidings • Insulation Dumont
Erin Murphy, P.A.-c.
Primary Eye Care • Emergency Care Available Heil Furnaces 506 Pine St.
203 Third St., Parkersburg, IA 50665 • 319-346-1688 641-857-6696 & Air Conditioning P.O. Box 349
Reids Funeral Chapels
John Arthur “Jack” Reid Lawler & Writing All Lines of Insurance
Allison Public Library
Providing Sympathetic Service within the means of all.
Swanson, P.L.C. Insurance Agency Mon.: 10 a.m. to Noon
519 North First 641-823-4457 423 Bradford Street
Attorneys-at-law 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Come check out
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Offering the Sunset Funeral Protection Plan - Prearranged Funeral
601 Coates St.
Milt Ulfers our treasures!
Planning designed to your personal needs at today’s prices. 317 N. Main, Allison Tues.: 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Crafts, Jewelry, Consignment
Financial Decisions Group
Parkersburg, IA 50665 267-2672 Wed.: 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Mark Randall, Agent • 319-267-2713 319-346-2650 After Hours, call Milt Thurs.: 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. 205 S. Cherry St.
Thomas A. Lawler at 641-775-3339 Fri.: 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Shell Rock, IA 50670
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Dale R. Van Eman 267-2562
Apartments for Rent
Quality Hair Care!
By Appointment Only
Dr. Geo F. North
BUTLER USDA Rural Development Family
Housing 1 & 2 bedroom units available.
The Hair Barn
Call Jamie Winkowitsch General Dentistry COUNTY Roomy and newly decorated.
Lawn care, snow removal, garbage,
641-857-3831 water & appliances furnished.
11235 Hwy. 3, Dumont ABSTRACT Rental assistance available for those
This institution is an equal
Shell Rock, IA 50670
Baked on Finish
Alternative Healing Arts Center COMPANY opportunity provider & employer.
Direct Repair Facility
Dr. J. Timothy Kern - Chiropractor Accurate Responsible
109 W. Traer St., Greene • 641-816-4320 Service Allison
• Acupuncture • Chiropractic • Massage 511 N. Main st., Allison, Iowa
Phone 319-267-2087 1-800-600-9946
Participating providers for Medicare, Wellmark BC/BS,
and most major insurance carriers 319-267-2739 Allison, IA 515-859-7218 Owner
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Contact: Paula Barnett • 319-278-4641
Email: email@example.com Mel’s TV NOW LEASING
And CRESTVIEW APARTMENTS
ATTORNEY GARAGE SALE THANK YOU 2 Bedroom Apartments
Appliance 1208 Florence, Parkersburg, IA 50665
Sales And Service
ETHAN D. EPLEY, 313 S. Cherry St., MOVING & DOWNSIZING SALE: Ga- THANK YOU Allison FC for the bike I Appliance-VCR-TV Rental Assistance Available
Suite B, P.O. Box 627, Shell Rock, 319- rage and house full of items. Rain or won at the Tour de’ Wild. I love it! Macy
TJ-31-1 Satellite Systems This institution is an equal
opportunity provider and employer
885-4240, firstname.lastname@example.org. General shine. Antique furniture, dishes, straw- Endelman
practice including but not limited to: Agri- berry collection, lots of old linens, Christ- U.S. Cellular Agent
cultural Law, Criminal Law, Estate Plan-
ning, Real Estate, Taxation, Trial Law
mas decorations, some antique, name
brand clothing. Friday, August 12, 8:00
A BIG thank you to the new Wilder Day
committee for an exceptional job of plan- Greene - Since 1957 Contact 319-269-0586
ST-43-tf a.m.-7:00 p.m.; Saturday, August 13, ning and execution. A super job in their Ph. 641-823-4455 TTY #1-800-735-2942
8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Richard and Darlys ﬁrst attempt. Good luck in the future. Al-
Mennenga, 122 W. Ilgenfritz, Clarksville lison Park Board. TJ-31-1x Open Mon.-Sat.
HELP WANTED ST-31-1x 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
I WANT to thank the many people that
made the 1st annual Running Wild at the
Dumont Community Housing
HELP WANTED: PART TIME SURVEY- FOR SALE Park 5k such a huge success. Thank
you to our main sponsors, Iowa Health
320 Main Townview Court, Dumont
OR ASSISTANT for local land surveying Physicians and Allison Family Dental. THANK YOU IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
and engineering ﬁrm. Will train but ex- Also thank you to: Don Scroggin for 1 & 2 BR apts. for rent to elderly (62 or older) or disabled persons of any age.
perience in surveying, CADD, comput- FOR SALE: 2007 Pontiac G-5, 37,300 your work with the t-shirts; Dan Huff for Stove & refrigerator provided.
ers or engineering a plus. Must be ca- Miles, One Owner, 319-885-6184. providing the music and announcing Water, sewer and garbage paid for you!
pable of manual labor including use of TJ-31-1x MY SINCERE THANKS to all of you who
the pre-race instructions and awards
a jackhammer. Send resume to Ryken@
rykeneng.com or Ryken Engineering, 1946 M-FARMALL: Newer paint, P.S.,
ceremony; Teresa Feldman, Barb Ball,
Joyce Dolan, Emily Donlan, Todd Dolan,
remembered me with cards and letters
on my 90th birthday. It was especially Lisa Schmitz
great to hear from some of you that I
711 Park Avenue, Ackley, IA 50601 EOE
M.W. Overdrive, 12 volt, A-1 Condition.
Ph. 641-330-5648. TJ-31-1x
and Sam Dolan for coming in the early
morning hours to setup, register the run-
haven’t heard from in years. After 50 319-231-9468
years in Clarksville my roots were very
ners, and park cars; Kirk Clark for timing deep! Special thanks to Larry and Mari-
CLARKSVILLE CSD has the follow- FOR SALE: Oak entertainment center, and Barb Ball for assisting; Tom Harms
ing positions available for the 2011-12 319-278-4432 ST-31-1x lyn for arranging the card shower AND
and Don Heuer for driving the lead cart for hosting a surprise birthday party
school year: • Special Education Para- and placing signs on the route; Tim Pri-
professional; • Classroom Teacher here for all my Fonda friends and neigh-
mus and Shelia Wangsness for man- bors. It was truly a day to remember and
Paraprofessional (teaching certiﬁcate
preferred). Download support staff ap-
REAL ESTATE ning the trail cart: Dr. North for routing cherish! Eleanor Tamm. ST-31-1x
the course and all the support you have Technician
plication form from website: www.clarks- given our Wilder Days Committee; Alan
ville.k12.ia.us or pick-up an application Brockway and Kim Miller for the extra Pioneer Hi-Bred, a DuPont business, is seeking a Production
FOR SALE: Newly remodeled 2 bed-
from the Superintendent ofﬁce at 318
N Mather. Positions open until ﬁlled by room house, 1 bath, 2 stall garage, 1 street maintenance work you did; to the Send us your Technician II in Reinbeck to assist with shipping activities. This
includes data entry to prepare paper work for seed shipment;
surrounding newspapers who gave us
qualiﬁed applicants. ST-30-2 block from school, 309 E. Poisal Street,
Clarksville, $47,000. 319-239-1526 fantastic coverage, and MOST OF ALL warehousing activities such as forklift operation, collecting samples,
ST-31-4x THANK YOU to the 95 participants from pooling, etc. Other responsibilities includes seasonal tasks.
Allison and the surrounding communi-
ties. Should we have omitted anyone
you move... A High School diploma and one year experience or equivalent required.
Associate’s degree preferred.
RENTALS that helped in any way, we apologize; it
took many hands to make this a success ...so your For more information and to apply, search for job 15363BR online at:
DAYCARE LOOKING to add kids, play-
mates for 1 year old and preschoolers. I
and we appreciate everyone’s part and
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FOR RENT in Clarksville: 2 bedroom ﬁrst year turn-out. We are hoping for an
live by big marsh between Parkersburg
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0361. TJ-31-2x central air furnished. No pets. $320/ 5K next year. TJ-31-1 EOE/AA
month. Available August 1. 319-278-
“Who Does It” Guide
VA OFFICE HOURS:
Mon,Tue & Wed 7:30-4:00
Butler County Computers Place Your Ad Here Phone: (319) 267-9967
309 Main St., Allison, IA 319-267-2508 FAX: (319) 267-2532
Call the Clarksville Star or the Butler County Tribune-Journal
NEW • USED • UPGRADES 319-278-4641 319-267-2731 Email: email@example.com
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305 Main Street
Dumont, IA 50625 Dumont Implement Co.
641-857-3842 • Cell # 641-229-5133
Highway 3, Dumont, IA 50625 • 641-857-3216
Duane Wubbena • 641-857-3751 319-278-4994
General Excavating - basements - sewer & water line
Keller’s Place Your Ad Here Trucking: Road Rock - Sand - Black Dirt - Fill
Home Furnishings Call the Clarksville Star or the Butler County Tribune-Journal Concrete removal/replacement driveways - sidewalks
Downtown Waverly • 319-352-5104
319-278-4641 319-267-2731 Cell 319-430-8193
Friendly Service • Free Delivery Bob 278-4988 Milt 278-1139
Caps Trucking & Excavating
Looking Forward, Reaching Higher • Mini Excavater for hire
104 North Cherry, Box 430 933 16th St., SW, Box 845 • Will Do tearouts & removal
Shell Rock • 885-4327 Waverly, IA • 352-3500 • Skid Loader work with 80 horse track
• Stump grinding - Stumps any size (with free estimates)
• Trucking sand, gravel - Small or large loads
Tired of Water Problems? Greene, Dike, Grundy, Iowa Falls, Eldora
Marcy Capper: 319-347-2710
It’s what you don’t see that counts.
Water Treatment Wix Water Works or Dale Capper at 319-939-4529
Services Allison, Iowa 319-267-2053 Totally ensured
Friday 2 pc. Hand Breaded Cod ...........$9.95
Thompson Farm Real Estate Norton Tree & Dozer Service
10 oz. Iowa Butterfly Chop ........$9.95
HOURS 10 pc. Butterfly Shrimp ............$12.95 Farmland Clarke Co. 10 Acres Recreation Leonard R. • Tree Removal
Tues.-Fri. 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Saturday 12 oz. Ribeye...........................$14.95 Price Reduced was $1,850 Now $1.650 Bottom Ground
4-9 p.m.; Sat. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., BBQ Ribs .................................$12.95 158.5 Acres, 111.7 tillable Chickasaw Co. Thompson, • Tree Trimming
Lounge Hrs. 4 p.m.-Close 8 oz. Sirloin & BBQ Ribs..........$16.95 7.4 Farmed - the rest CRP in four $1,950/Acre Owner & Broker • Stump removal
contracts 7 miles S of Osceola MAKE OFFER
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Hwy. 3, Allison • 319-267-2039
Hours: M-F 8-5; Sat. by Appointment Emerald Door Inn
Specializing In New Homes, Kitchens, Siding, Roofing
Relax away from home!
Vinyl Replacement Windows, Farm & Commercial Buildings
Michael Maxson 21725 Highway 3 • Box 515
Brett Ascher Allison, IA 50602 319-278-1185 • 319-240-2279
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12 • Thursday, August 4, 2011 Classifieds • Butler County Tribune-Journal •
Farm Bureau buys fair trophies
Butler County Farm Bureau board of directors chose to support the four commodity groups in 4H at the Butler County Fair by purchasing on $250 trophy from each group.
Trophies purchased included Grand Champion Market Beef, Champion Junior Dairy Heifer, Champion Rate of Gain for Sheep and Champion Derby Hog. (Submitted Photos)
Champion Market Beef Winner
Jodie Johnson of Aplington captured the Grand Champion Market Champion JR Heifer Trophy Winner
Beef and Champion Butler County Raised Market Beef Honors at the Champion Derby Hog Winner The Overall Champion Dairy Heifer trophy at the 2011 Butler County
2011 Butler County Fair. The trophy was sponsored by the Butler The Champion Derby Hog trophy at the 2011 Butler County Fair was Fair was won by Melanie Johnson of Parkersburg. The trophy was
County Farm Bureau and presented to Johnson by board member C. won by Laura Edeker of Parkersburg. Her trophy was sponsored by sponsored by the Butler County Farm Bureau. Pictured from left to
Dale Boelman. Pictured from left to right are C. Dale Boelman, Bryan the Butler County Farm Bureau and presented to Edeker by board right are Bruce Epley as dairy judge, Melanie Johnson, Butler County
Thill as beef judge, Jodie Johnson, Butler County Fair Queen Inga member Brad Feckers. Pictured from left to right are Brad Feckers, Fair Queen Inga Helmke and Katelyn Nolte. The Butler County Farm
Helmke. This grand champion winner was a Butler County raised calf Laura Edeker, the Butler County Fair Queen, and the Butler County Bureau sponsored four of the trophies given during the 2011 Butler
purchased from C. Dale and Nancy Boelman of Clarksville. Pork Queen. County Fair in June.
Relay continued from front and times of the next meeting. Or- purchase a luminary, help out in any
ley Pepples, Ben Litterer, Justin & ganize a team, become a sponsor, way 2012 Relay for Life on July 13.
Kristen Clark, Jesse Meyer, Heather
Meyer, Nate Meyer, Terry Roose,
Debby Schellhorn. A sincere and
The 2011 ACS Butler County Re-
lay for Life was truly successful in humbling
many ways and while the ﬁnal totals
are still being established, we are thank you
right at $55,765.05 at the time of this
printing, raised to ﬁght cancer! But-
goes out to
ler County residents can be proud
that they have set the bar even higher
for the years to come. who donated and helped out in anyway to make
Donations are still being accept-
ed for the Relay For Life of Butler Wilder Days a huge success, as well as all of the
County. community members and visitors from other
Cancer knows no deadline or
sleeps so if you were unable to get to communities for all of your support!
the Relay, you still have the opportu-
nity to give. Donations can be sent to
We could not have done it without all of you!
ACS ofﬁce in Waterloo at American Sincerely, The Wilder Days Committee
Champion RoG Sheep Cancer Society, Midwest Division,
The Butler County Farm Bureau was pleased to award Kortney Sherburne of Aplington with the ﬁrst place Inc., 2101 Kimball Ave, Ste 130,
Also, we want to make Wilder Days a great experience
trophy in the sheep rate of gain contest at the 2011 Butler County Fair on June 23. Kortney’s market lamb Waterloo, IA, 50702. for everybody. Please leave your comments and
gained .96 lbs. per day during the 60 day test. The second place honor also went to Kortney Sherburne. Start thinking of how you might suggestions at www.allisoniowa.com
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as monthly meetings will begin in when we start to plan for next year.
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2 • Thursday, August 4, 2011 Editorial Butler County Tribune-Journal • Clarksville Star
Butler County Extension News
Scout for sudden death syndrome in soybeans
In past years, sudden death
syndrome (SDS) has appeared during
brown, but the veins remain green.
Eventually, the leaves die and drop, Around
the last week of July or the ﬁrst
week of August in Iowa. Therefore,
but the petioles remain on the stem.
Infected plants are also easily pulled Butler
By Bill Arndorfer
researchers at Iowa State University
(ISU) anticipate symptoms of SDS
will begin appearing in the state
from the soil because the roots are
rotted. When split lengthwise with a
knife, the internal tissue of the main
Butler-Grundy Extension Educator
now. Although researchers do not or tap root will be gray to reddish a history of SDS towards the end of a the fungus that causes SDS and
expect SDS to be as widespread or as brown, not healthy white. planting schedule when soils may be develop improved management
severe as the 2010 growing season, ISU researchers emphasize warmer and drier; and testing for the options for the disease,” said Alison
there have been some counties that, while there are no in-season presence of soybean cyst nematodes. Robertson, ISU Extension plant
within the state that have received management options for SDS, Soybean cyst nematode (SCN) is pathologist. “The ISU soybean
higher-than-normal precipitation. scouting is still important for usually, but not always, associated breeding program continues to
Scientists expect the risk of SDS several reasons. First, this is a good with SDS and may increase its develop and release germplasm with
in these counties to be higher since time to evaluate soybean varieties severity, especially in varieties that improved resistance to SDS that
disease development is favored by for resistance to SDS. Growing are SCN-susceptible. Therefore, is available to all private soybean
wet conditions. resistant varieties, or avoiding very management practices to reduce breeding companies. ISU scientists
The ﬁrst symptoms of the disease susceptible varieties, is the most SCN populations, including SCN- collaborate with scientists at other
are usually found on more compacted effective way to reduce losses to resistant variety selection and universities.”
and low areas of the ﬁeld. First SDS. Also, identifying ﬁelds or preventing the spread of soil from The above information came
symptoms are seen on the leaves of parts of ﬁelds with SDS can help ﬁeld to ﬁeld, may delay onset and from an article written by Alison
infected plants as scattered, yellow with future management practices. spread of SDS. Robertson, ISU Extension Plant
spots between leaf veins. Large These management tactics include “Several Iowa State University Pathologist. For more information
sections of leaf tissue between veins reducing soil compaction since the pathologists and agronomists on SDS, contact the Butler ofﬁce of
Conkerr Cancer Cases turn yellow as spots grow together.
These yellow blotches soon turn
disease has been associated with
compacted soil; planting ﬁelds with
continue research to improve
our understanding the biology of
ISU Extension at 319-267-2707.
Butler and Bremer 4-H’ers sewed 56 pillowcases for Conkerr Cancer
and delivered them to the Moosepatch fabric store in Waverly on Monday,
July 25th. Many cases were sewn during our Community Service Day on
Northey comments on Iowa crops and weather report
March 19th with the remainder sewn by the members of the Butler County DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary unofﬁcial readings to 126. A cool
Council. Council President Inga Helmke and Council Vice-President
Katelyn Nolte delivered the cases. A big “Thank You” to all 4-H’ers
of Agriculture Bill Northey to-
day commented on the Iowa Crops
Iowa Crops & Weather Report front occasionally pushed into north-
ern Iowa allowing temperatures to
and Weather report released by the Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey brieﬂy fall as low as 52 degrees at
who came to cut out, sew, iron, or tag the cases. We couldn’t have done
it without you! USDA National Agricultural Statis- Mason City on Monday (25th). Tem-
tical Service. The report is released 5 percent surplus. Subsoil moisture cent good, and 14 percent excellent. peratures for the week as a whole
The Clover Connection weekly from April through October.
“The second straight week of high
rated 4 percent very short, 18 per-
cent short, 74 percent adequate, and
Second cutting alfalfa hay harvest,
at 86 percent complete, is ahead of
averaged 5.4 degrees above normal.
A few isolated showers dampened
Nancy Jensen heat and heavy humidity continued 4 percent surplus. last year’s 80 percent and the normal northeast Iowa on Monday while
Butler County CYC to present challenges for both crops Ninety-seven percent of the corn 82 percent. Third cutting alfalfa hay showers and thunderstorms brought
and livestock,” Northey said. “Re- crop is now tasseling, equal to last harvest advanced to 8 percent com- mostly light rain to far western and
firstname.lastname@example.org cord rainfall in the Dubuque area year but ahead of the average 93 plete, behind both last year and nor- far eastern parts of Iowa on Tues-
on Wednesday night into Thursday percent. Ninety percent of the corn mal. The condition of the hay crop is day night into Wednesday morning.
What was I thinking? morning also created some ﬂash
ﬂooding that caused some damage
crop is silking, behind the 93 percent
in 2010 but ahead of the ﬁve-year
reported at 3 percent very poor, 11
percent poor, 31 percent fair, 45 per-
Thunderstorms brought widespread
rain to northeast Iowa and scattered
By the time you read this, my life skills in today’s youth? to property and crops.” average of 83 percent. Thirty-ﬁve cent good, and 10 percent excellent. rain elsewhere on Wednesday night
judging career for 2011 will be Was I thinking what an awesome The weekly report is also available percent of the corn crop has reached Pasture and range condition deteri- into Thursday morning. Record rains
history. Eight fairs in twenty – two opportunity it was to talk to Home on the Iowa Department of Agricul- the milk stage, behind last year’s orated to 4 percent very poor, 14 per- fell over Dubuque County and into
days! Improvement exhibitors, and to ture and Land Stewardship’s website 49 percent and just behind the nor- cent poor, 31 percent fair, 43 percent Jo Daviess County in Illinois with
What was I thinking when I said guide them through the process of at www.IowaAgriculture.gov or on mal 36 percent. Four percent of the good, and 8 percent excellent. Along the Wednesday night storms. The
“Yes” to that many? determining what Design Elements USDA’s site at www.nass.usda.gov/ corn crop has reached dough stage with livestock losses, slow weight Dubuque Airport reported a 24-hour
Was I thinking how much fun it is and Art Principles their exhibit ia. The report follows here: and a few ﬁelds have reached dent gain and lower milk production are total of 10.62 inches while unofﬁcial
for ME when I judge Clover Kids showed? Talking things out seems to STILL HOT AND HUMID stage. Corn condition is reported at being reported as a result of the hot amounts of up to 14.5 inches were
and see their enthusiasm for 4-H? make kids light up when they realize While some areas along the Mis- 2 percent very poor, 5 percent poor, and humid weather. reported. The remainder of the week
How can people ever doubt the that they do know the difference souri River are seeing improvement 18 percent fair, 50 percent good, and IOWA PRELIMINARY WEATHER was dry with the exception of a few
signiﬁcance of 4-H in our great state between shape and form and color in ﬂooding with reduced water vol- 25 percent excellent; a slight decline SUMMARY scattered storms over far southern
of Iowa when we look at today’s and texture. ume coming from upstream dams, from last week. Ninety-one percent By Harry Hillaker, State Clima- Iowa on Friday and Saturday. No
Clover Kids? Was I thinking the 4-H Posters the eastern part of Iowa saw ﬂood- of the soybean crop is blooming, tologist, Iowa Department of Agri- measurable rain was reported from
Was I thinking about the I’ve seen in the last 3 weeks have ing due to excessive rainfall. Major slightly ahead of the previous year’s culture & Land Stewardship parts of central Iowa during the week
wonderful projects I see in Personal been nothing short of amazing? activities focused on fungicide ap- 90 percent and the ﬁve-year average Iowa endured another hot and hu- at locations such as Dakota City,
Development and get community Promoting 4-H during National 4-H plications to corn and pesticide ap- of 88 percent. Pods are being set on mid week, although not quite as hot Des Moines, Greenﬁeld and Osceola
service ideas for our county? How Week ( October 3 – 9) should be a plications to soybeans. Forage crops half of the soybean crop compared as the previous week. Temperatures while the Dubuque Airport easily
do some kids ﬁnd the time to do so piece of cake in that county to the seem to be having the hardest time with 60 percent last year at this time were above normal every day with had the highest ofﬁcial total with
many positive and uplifting events in north of us. How can people doubt with the heat and humidity slowing and the average 57 percent. Soybean warmest days on Tuesday (26th), 10.74 inches. The statewide average
their communities? I saw a Monarch that 4-H is important in the lives of re-growth. condition is reported at 2 percent Wednesday (27th) and Sunday (31st) precipitation was 0.58 inches while
Butterﬂy Watch Station, many youth today when they can There were 5.8 days suitable for very poor, 3 percent poor, 19 percent when most locations saw highs in normal for the week is 0.94 inches.
Operation Christmas Stocking easily show that through posters ﬁeldwork statewide during the week. fair, 52 percent good and 24 percent the 90s. Highest temperatures were Preliminary data indicates that July
and one club made and donated labeled “4-H Is . . . “ . Northeast Iowa trailed the rest of the excellent. Three-quarters of the oat reported on Wednesday with Albia, 2011 was Iowa’s warmest month
games to the Children’s Hospital in Was I thinking how great it was state with only 4.6 days suitable as a crop has been harvested, behind Keosauqua, Knoxville, Lamoni and since August 1983 and the warmest
Iowa City. How can people doubt to meet new judges (names to add result of substantial rainfall received last year’s 79 percent but ahead of Osceola all reporting 100 degrees. July since 1955. Very dry conditions
the signiﬁcance of 4-H in our great to my judges folder!) and visit on Thursday. Topsoil moisture levels the normal 65 percent. Oat condi- Heat indices were also highest on have rapidly developed over por-
state of Iowa when we look at the with ones I’ve known for years? I rated 7 percent very short, 23 per- tion stands at 1 percent very poor, 4 Wednesday with ofﬁcial readings tions of southern and west central
tremendous amount of community can remember when I ﬁrst started cent short, 65 percent adequate, and percent poor, 25 percent fair, 56 per- up to 110 degrees at Iowa City and Iowa over the past few weeks.
pride today’s youth take in their judging and I knew no one. Now,
Was I thinking how cool it was
there’s not a place I go where I
don’t know at least one other, and
Another Successful Relay for Life Comes to a Close
to judge Communications and see oftentimes, numerous other judges. Dear Editor... a pigtail for the fryer, and he came to the rescue. portant...We fought a hard battle when many days
how 4-H has helped young people Something I’ve noticed in my many It is 73 degrees at 11:34pm as I pull out of the fair Then on top of that sang Barborshop with my hus- we want to give up, give in, because we feel so
today develop those public speaking years of judging is that judges aren’t grounds into a dark quite street in Allsion on the band and son, My Aunt made wanda sick, so tired and exhausted from the treatments,
skills they’ll use all life long? I afraid to ask one another for advice; 8th of July. What a HOT day, and not a breeze. But bars for our team and delivered or just from the weeks of trying to get
know I was wondering what more we don’t presume to know it all. a day to be remembered indeed. Another Relay for the Sno cone machine so we over the treatment. Everyday we try
I could do in Butler County to help I guess I was thinking, “There’s Life is in the books. I have spent 43 years living did not have to run after to live a normal life and somehwere
young people see the need for those nothing better than being a county in Butler County, I went to school here, went to it, My boss Larry Rickee, along the line we have forgotten what
skills! How can people doubt the fair judge in Iowa, the birthplace of church here...got married here...in later years had Sponsored our Heartland normal is. So to all of those people,
signiﬁcance of 4-H in developing 4-H!” my children and had them baptized here...And I Windows Team, a mother- Corporations, Business Owners,
was deathly ill here. In 1986 It was discovered in-law who got a last minute Bosses, children, husbands, and
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that I had stage 4 ovarian cancer, I was in Roch- call to make an emergency run people that ﬂip a few bucks into some-
ester, and they saved my life, but what really hap- to Waterloo for supplies, My chil- one‘s bucket, donate a prize to the silent
pened is I came home to Butler County, and the dren, whose mother always has a project for Auction, sponsors a team, or give of your pre-
peopel of this County made me better. When you them to help with, my husband that gave up a cious time...let me tell you, you are special and
2007 GMC Sierra Ext Cab 4x4 SLE come from a place that is as tightly connected as day of work to help his wife who gets herself to you are loved. Butler County is a special place
5.3, V8, AT, Full Power, 19K miles ...............................$21,900 we are, and when many families and churches deep and needs the love of her life to help her to be from. I am so glad that all my fellow But-
are praying for you...something BIG is going to out, THIS is what makes Butler County Special, ler County Friends helped save my life in many
2005 Chevy Silverado Ext Cab 4x4 Z71 happen, and it did. I am a survivor, and just cel- this is middle America. If each of these people different ways. Thank you to my brothers and
V8, 5.3, AT, Full Power, Topper, 95K miles .....................$14,900 ebrated my 25th birthday cancer free. I want you would have demanded payment for our use of sisters and in-laws who put up with all my ideas
to understand how very, very, very important their goods and or servives....our team would not every year and helped in this heat, you all have
2007 Dodge Caliber SXT Relay for Life really is. As I am leaving the fair have made a single dime. My brother-in-law was big hearts. Thank you..thank you so much for the
4 cyl, AT, Full Power, Heated Cloth Seats, Only 26K miles.$13,300 grounds they said we raised $54,000. The ﬁrst able to make the survivor lap because someone simple things you do that speaks volumes for the
year I beleive we took in $13,000. One could say went the extra mile, brought a wagon and tractor character of this community. We are all neighbors
2009 Chrysler PT Cruiser Butler County is famous because we have some in so those who are weak from treatment, and or who need to help each other from time to time.
4 cyl, AT, Full Power, 34K miles ...................................$12,900 very good football players...or because we have other ailments, could come and hear the applause Thank you all for the big hearts that help Relay for
had some horrendous crimes here, but Butler tonight as they made their way around the track... Life become so special each year. Thank you to all
COOPER MOTORS, INC. County is important because people give so freely
to improtant casues like Relay for Life. The Bris-
let me tell you as a survivor who makes that lap
every year, it is amazing!!! You hear the clapping
who sponsored the teams, thank you to all who are
on the teams and thank you to all who plan this
Allison, Iowa tow Fire Department lent our Team their Tents to and wonder what did I do to deserve this applause, wonderful event every year...I know that it takes
shade us, the Kwik Trip gave our team drinks to and it makes you feel like the angles themsleves alot of time and work. God Bless you all! Til next
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Clarksville Star • Butler County Tribune-Journal Social Events Thursday, August 4 • 3
Family Reunions What To Do In Your Iowa Garden This Month
August To-Do List From The Iowa Gardener
Thorne Reunion to be held August 13 By Veronica Lorson Fowler
The Annual Thorne Reunion will be held on Saturday, August 13 at the The Iowa Gardener
Veteran’s Memorial Building in Parkersburg. Potluck dinner at 12:00
noon with program to follow.
• Finally, all the rains seem to be
20th Annual Lore Reunion held slowing a bit. If you remember how
to do it, pull out the hose and keep
The annual 20th Lore Reunion of the late Reuben and Elise Lore was
held June 25, at Norton’s Pond with 35 attending. things adequately watered. Tip:
Irene Lore Fisher, husband Jack Fisher from Des Moines, were the Lawns need 1 inch of water a week.
oldest attending. Also attending was their son John and wife Donna When turning on the sprinkler, set
Fisher from Ankeny, his grandsons Todd and Ann Fisher of Oelwein out a shallow pan or can. Turn off
Frances Ebling and Chris and Geneva Fisher and baby Bailey Fisher of Nevada; also a the sprinkler only after 1 inch of
friend of Chris and Geneva, Julie. Their baby Bailey was the youngest water has accumulated—usually a
Happy 80 Birthday
at 5 weeks old. period of several hours with a large
A family gathering was held Janu- Pearl Lore Fisher – deceased – family attending included son Bob sprinkler.
ary 23rd to help Frances Ebling cel- and Diane Fisher and daughter Tonda and children Anjel, Chase and • Don’t get discouraged. August is
ebrate her birthday which will be Blake of Urbandale; and daughter Lynnette and children Dessa, Taelyn a tough month on gardens. They start
August 4, and also for her grandson and Jaciela of West Des Moines.
to get ratty-looking and fewer things
who will be deployed to Germany. Betty Lore Irish – deceased – daughter Linda and Larry Dixon with
Cards can be sent to 504 Lavonne children Cathy, Robert and Jonathon of Jesup attended. are in ﬂower. But even 15 or 20 min-
Street, Greene, IA 50636. Viola Lore Kearbey of Ankeny was the only one from her family at- utes of weeding, cutting back, dead-
Finally, the rains seem to be slowing down. Time to dig out your sprin-
tending. heading, mulching, and watering can kler and water lawns and ﬂower beds. They need approximately 1
Hugh Lore was the only one from the late Floyd Lore family in at- make a huge difference. inch of water a week.
tendance. • Harvest early and often for the
Jim and Lelia Lore Norton and sons, Terry and Marilyn and grandson most tender, sweetest produce and now--a great reason to include them especially with newly planted
Kyle and Jackie Norton attended, all of Clarksville. Also Jim, Jr. and to keep plants producing well. Tip: in your spring planting. They’re one things. Containers may well need a
Ruth of Altoona were in attendance. You can harvest tomatoes when of the few things that look fresh watering daily.
You will just have to guess who came the furthest. Everyone had a they’re about halfway red. Bring this time of year. Keep them well • Avoid planting, transplanting, or
good time visiting, ﬁshing, camping and eating, even the late night them indoors (away from insects) to watered, deadheaded, and well fer- dividing anything other than a tree or
ﬁreworks. tilized (apply a granular or liquid shrub right now. It’s so hot and dry
ﬁnish ripening indoors on a counter-
top. They’ll still have that great, full all-purpose fertilizer according to that smaller plants will struggle. It’s
McElhaneys’ anniversary and reunion home-grown tomato ﬂavor! package directions). best to wait for cooler, wetter weath-
Richard and Betty Jean McElhaney of Clarksville, celebrated their • Keep up with watering chores, er.
• Annual ﬂowers are at their peak
58th wedding anniversary with a reunion of friends and family mem-
Those in attendance for the week-long celebration were Richard and
Betty’s six of seven children and their spouses and children: daughter
A Matter of Balance Workshop Scheduled in Clarksville
Colton and Lee Salyards (Clarksville, Iowa) August 1, 2011 fall risk factors corporation serving older individu-
Roberta McElhaney from Atkins; daughter Laura Padron and her hus-
Marriage band Victor, and children, Christopher and Jennifer, all who reside in – Would you like to improve your
balance? Do you want to feel more
• View falls and fear of falling as
als in Black Hawk, Bremer, Bu-
chanan, Butler, Chickasaw, Grundy,
Mexico; daughter Linda and her husband Duane Grifﬁn from Perry
Announced along with her children, Faith and her husband Corey Nutz who re- comfortable participating in your
favorite activities? Hawkeye Valley
Take active steps to reduce the risk
of falls, register today for A Mat-
Hardin, Marshall, Poweshiek and
Tama counties. HVAAA coordinates
Sis Henning, Clarksville, and side in Minnesota; daughter Brenda, her husband Steve Verno and her
children Shane and his wife Melissa Verno, all from Yalaha, Florida; Area Agency on Aging in partner- ter of Balance. Classes will be held services for people ages 60 and older
Dave Boomgarden, Horton, would ship with Allen College is offering A at the Clarksville Public Library and their caregivers to maintain the
like to announce the marriage of daughter Jeanette Henry, her husband Dale Henry from Vinton, with
their daughter Renee and her husband Jeromy Krause from Cedar Rap- Matter of Balance, an award winning on Wednesdays from 10:00 a.m. to independence they desire. Some of
their daughter, Lee (Boomgarden) workshop designed to increase the 12:00 noon starting August 31. The the services provided by HVAAA
to Colton Salyards. Colton is the son ids; son Bruce and Debra McElhaney who reside in Texas, his daugh-
ter Megan McElhaney with her friend Brandon; our cousin John McEl- activity levels of older adults who Clarksville Library is located at 103 include the Aging & Disability
of Dennis and Arlene Salyards, Hax- have concerns about falling. Dur- W. Greene Street in Clarksville. Resource Center, home delivered
tun, Colorado. haney and his wife, Donna from Waterloo; and family matriarch Jean
McElhaney. ing 8 two-hour sessions, participants Preregistration is required by call- meals, caregiver support and respite
The groom is a 2001 graduate of learn to: ing Kim Hinz toll-free at 1-800-779- services, case management services,
Haxtun High School and attended Those unable to attend were Paul McElhaney from Palyup, Washing-
ton; Aaron Grifﬁn from Texas; Ian and Carolyn Verno from Florida. • Promote exercise to increase 8707 by August 22. Space is limited. consumer protection, congregate
Colorado State University. Colton strength and balance There is no cost to attend. Classes meals, public information and edu-
graduated with a degree in engineer- In addition, family friends MaryAnn and Vern Cleﬁsch from Readlyn
were in attendance. The celebration was full of food, fun and wonder- • Set realistic goals for increasing are funded by the Butler County cation, and advocacy.
ing and is currently employed by activity Council on Aging.
John Deere as a Senior After treat- ful memories of visits past.
• Improve environment to reduce HVAAA is a private, not-for-proﬁt
ment Development Engineer.
The bride is a 2004 graduate of
Clarksville High School and attend- Waverly Health Center to host New Credit Score
ed the University of Northern Iowa
completing her degree in marketing. Parkinson’s Disease Group Disclosure Rules In Effect
She is currently employed as a Dia- Waverly Health Center (WHC) is affected by Parkinson’s Disease,
betes Sales Representative at Novo will host a monthly Parkinson’s please plan to attend. New credit score disclosure do affect credit applications
Nordisk Pharmaceuticals. Lee is the 500 CARD PARTY Caregiver and Support Group on This event is free and open to all. rules issued by the Federal and potential interest rates on
granddaughter of Esther Schmidt, A 500 card party will be held on Saturday, August 13. The event will Please park in the Orange Lot and Reserve Board and the Federal loans. Inaccurate information in
Allison. Friday, August 5, beginning at 7:00 be held from 10 a.m. to noon in the enter through the Orange Entrance. Trade Commission went into a credit report can have adverse
The couple was married April 30 p.m. at the Clarksville AMVETS Carstensen-Gruben Room at WHC. Please contact Jennifer Wolff at effect July 21. “The new rules consequences during the process
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On July 14th, the Triple J Club met
WHC offering American denied a credit application or beforehand. If you ﬁnd any
has given less favorable terms inaccuracies, have them corrected
at Wilder’s Park. A brunch was en- Heart Association First Aid class because of the consumer’s credit before applying for credit so that
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4 • Thursday, August 4, 2011 Obituaries/Church News • Butler County Tribune-Journal •
Obituaries Church Directory
Gladys Lena Stobbe PLEASANT VALLEY – SHELL ROCK – AREDALE, BRISTOW AND ALLISON-
Gladys Lena Stobbe, 91, of First United Church of Christ Peace Lutheran Church DUMONT- Trinity Reformed Church
Clarksville, died on Wednesday, July Rev. Anne Sunday, Pastor (LCMS) New Hope Parish Pastor Gary Mulder
27, 2011, at the Community Nursing 31015 150th Street 121 East Washington United Methodist Churches 614 Cherry St.
Home in Clarksville, from natural Sunday, August 7: 9:00 a.m. Saturday, August 6: 7:00 p.m.
Pastor Mark Young Note: Handicap Accessible
causes Worship. Worship; 8:00 p.m. Bible Class &
Aredale Sunday, Aug. 7: 9:00 a.m. Worship
Funeral services were held Sunday School. Sunday, Aug. 7: 8:30 a.m. Worship with Holy Communion, 10:00 a.m.
Saturday, July 30, at St. John CLARKSVILLE – Service. Fellowship.
Lutheran Church in Clarksville with Peace for your soul, SHELL ROCK – Dumont Saturday, Aug. 13: 7:00 a.m. Iron II
Pastor David Nelson officiating. In a peaceful setting. Faith Lutheran Church Sunday, Aug. 7: 9:00 a.m. Sunday Iron Men’s Group.
Lois Roose accompanied those in Unity Presbyterian Church 422 N. Prairie Street School: 10:15 a.m. Worship Service.
attendance singing “In The Garden”. Ridge Avenue & 220th St. Pastor Kim Smith VILMAR-
Special recordings of “Amazing One mile south of Hwy. 3 319-885-4547 DUMONT- St. John’s Lutheran Church
Grace” and “How Great Thou Art” Pastor Stephen W. Keve Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dumont Reformed Church Pastor Mark Walker
319-266-0634 or 319-961-0081 Sunday, August 7: 9:00 a.m.
were also played. Burial was held Sunday, August 7: 10:00 a.m. Worship Service; 10:00 a.m. Sunday
(641) 857-3514 Note: St. John’s is Handicap
in Lynwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Worship Service. School; 10:15 a.m. Contemporary
Pastors Jeff and April Fiet Accessible
with Shannon Stobbe, Chad Stobbe, Worship Service. Sundays: 9:00 a.m. Worship with Sunday, Aug. 7: 9:00 a.m. Worship
Don Klunder, Gary Freerks, Jim CLARKSVILLE – Wednesday, August 10: 7:00 p.m. Sunday School after Children’s Service with Holy Communion,
Klunder and Jeff Kolb serving as St. John Lutheran Church Evening Worship Service. Message. Coffee & Fellowship.
casket bearers. Memorials may be 204 N. Washington Monday, Aug. 8: 2:00 p.m. BINGO
directed to St. John Lutheran Church years. She was also a member of Pastor David Nelson WAVERLY – BRISTOW- at Allison Rehabilitation Center.
or Community Nursing Home. the Community Nursing Home 278-4765 St. Mary’s Catholic Church Reformed Church, Bristow Thursday, Aug. 11: 8:00 p.m.
The Redman-Schwartz Funeral Auxiliary and enjoyed volunteering Sunday, August 7: 9:00 a.m. 2700 Horton Road Kesley Presbyterian Church Council Meeting.
Home in Clarksville was in charge of her time to assist other residents. Worship Service. Fr. Mike Tauke Pastor Tamara Entin Saturday, Aug. 13: 7:00 a.m. Prayer
Gladys enjoyed baking, especially 319-352-2493
arrangements. Online condolences CLARKSVILLE – Eucharistic Liturgies: Saturday 5:15
Cell: 515-293-0928 at Elm Springs.
may be left at www.redman- cookies, and continued to fill pie Community United p.m. and Sunday 8:00 a.m. and Home: 515-532-2274
schwartz.com orders long after she retired from the Methodist Church 10:00 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 7: 9:30 a.m. Worship GREENE-
Gladys Lena Stobbe was born restaurant. 309 W. Superior Street Thursday, August 4: 9:00 a.m. Mass. at Kesley First Presbyterian Church
September 8, 1919, the daughter Gladys is survived by her son, Pastor Dan Fernandez Saturday, August 6: 5:15 p.m. Mass; 319 East Traer Streets
of Ernest and Melusine (Mueller) David (Merna) Stobbe, of Shell To contact Pastor Dan for Food Collection @ Mass; NCYC BRISTOW- P.O. Box 160
Klunder on the family farm near Rock; one son-in-law, Don Cain, of appointment call 885-4554 or leave Camp-out begins. Bennezette Wesleyan Church Greene, IA 50636-0160
Clarksville. She attended rural Shell Rock; three grandchildren, and message at 278-4712. Sunday, August 7: 9:00 a.m. Mass; Pastor Tim McGuire Rev. John Hanna
country school at Fremont #4 in seven great-grandchildren, Shannon In emergency 515-729-3237 Food Collection @ Mass; 6:30 p.m. Ph: 641-894-3365 email@example.com
Butler County. On February 11, (Traci) Stobbe, and their children, Handicapped Accessible Tuesday, August 9: 4:15 p.m. Located 3 miles East of Aredale Sunday, Aug. 7: 9:00 a.m. Worship;
Emma, Isaac, and Jenna; Chad Hearing ear phones for Rosary.
1941, she was united in marriage Worship service
on 150th Street 10:00 a.m. Coffee & Fellowship.
to Arthur Stobbe at the Pleasant (Micole) Stobbe, and their children, Sunday, August 7: 10:30 WAVERLY- Sunday, Aug. 7: 9:00 a.m. Sunday Tuesday, Aug. 9: 11:30 a.m.
Valley Church in rural Clarksville. William and Ella; Kevin Cain, and a.m. Morning Worship/Holy Peace United Church of Christ School for all ages; 10:00 a.m. Presbyterians Serve at Nutrition Site;
The couple farmed together until his children, Ali and Madi; a sister- Communion. 203 Crestwood Ave. Fellowship; 10:30 a.m. Morning 1:00 p.m. Sewing Circle.
moving to town in 1945. Gladys in-law, Lila Peters, of Waverly. 319-352-3151 Worship; 7:00 p.m. Community Wednesday, Aug. 10: 4:30 p.m.
cooked at the Corner Café for 25 She was preceded in death by her CLARKSVILLE – Pastor Jonathan Hennings Bible Study. Worship Committee Meeting; 7:00
years and also did babysitting work parents; her husband, Arthur, on Immanuel United Sunday, August 7: 8:30 a.m. p.m. Session Meeting.
for Lucille Swick’s family. Gladys October 21, 1979; one daughter, Church of Christ Worship Service. BRISTOW-
and her sister, Arlene, operated A & Verna Mae Cain on January 4, 2008; 203 S. Mather Street Bristow Church of Christ GREENE-
G popcorn stand in Clarksville for six brothers: Otto, William, Alvin, Pastor Lynne Busch WAVERLY – Pastor Delbert Beard St. Mary’s Catholic Church
Ewald, Harvey, and Ernest Klunder; 319-278-4224 St. John Lutheran Church
over 25 years. Gladys was a member Sunday, August 7: 9:30 a.m. Missouri Synod
Ph: 641-775-3301 Msgr. Walter Brunkan, Pastor
of St. John Lutheran Church in and four sisters: Lela Wedeking, Worship Service. “Church of the Lutheran Hour”
Sunday, Aug. 7: 9:00 a.m. Coffee Saturday, Aug. 6: 5:30 p.m. Mass.
Clarksville where she was involved Meta Kolb, Arlene Klunder and On radio stations WMT, 600 AM at 6:30 and goodies; 9:30 a.m. Bible School Sunday, Aug. 7: 10:00 a.m. Mass.
in women’s fellowship over the Esther in infancy. CLARKSVILLE – a.m.; KXEL, 1540 AM at 7:00 a.m. & for all ages; 10:15 a.m. Worship
Church of Christ KWAY, 1470 AM at 8:00 a.m. Service; 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship. GREENE-
Lavern G. DeVries 302 S. Elizabeth Street
Val Swinton, Pastor
415 4th Street SW APLINGTON-
St. Peter Lutheran Church
324 E. Traer, Greene
Lavern G. DeVries, 65, of Al- 278-4416 Rev. Matthew Versemann & Rev. Hitesville Gospel Hall Gary Hatcher, Pastor
Sunday, August 7: 9:00 a.m. Sunday Keith Brustuen R.R., Aplington 641-816-5531
lison, died on Wednesday, July 27, School; 10:00 a.m. Worship Service; Sunday, August 7: 9:15 a.m.
2011, at Iowa Methodist Medical Sunday, Aug. 7: 10:00 a.m. Ministry Sunday, Aug. 7: 9:00 a.m. Worship
6:30 p.m. Evening Worship. Worship; 10:30 a.m. Sunday School of the Word; 11:00 a.m. Worship; with Traditional Holy Communion;
Center in Des Moines from compli- & Bible Class.
cations of injuries sustained in a ve- 7:00 p.m. Gospel Service. 10:00 a.m. Fellowship.
PLAINFIELD – Wednesday, August 10: 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 10: 7:00 a.m.
hicle accident. First Baptist Church Worship. Wednesday, Aug. 10: 7:30 p.m.
Funeral services were held Tues- 809 Main Street Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. Men’s Bible Study; 6:30 p.m.
day, August 2, at the First Baptist 319-276-4889 SHELL ROCK - Contemporary Worship with Holy
Church in Plainfield with Pastor Pastor Shawn Geer Solid Rock Baptist Church ALLISON- Communion.
Shawn Geer officiating. Burial was Sunday, August 7: 10:30 a.m. 212 S. Cherry Street Allison Bible Church Thursday, Aug. 11: 9:30 a.m. Faith,
in Willow Lawn Cemetery in Plain- Worship. Pastor Gene Meany 108 Pfaltzgraff St. Vision & Glory Circle.
319-429-0931 Sunday, Aug. 7: 9:15 a.m. Bible Saturday, Aug. 13: 6:00 p.m.
field. Memorials may be directed to PLAINFIELD – Sunday, August 7: 10:00 a.m.
the family’s discretion or to Wilder Hour; 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship. Worship.
United Methodist Church Sunday School; 11:00 a.m. Morning Wednesday, Aug. 10: 7:00 p.m.
Park in Allison. 404 2nd Street Worship; 6:00 p.m. Sunday Evening
The Kaiser-Corson Funeral Lord’s Supper and Prayer. WAVERLY-
Dennis M. Burns, Lay Pastor Service. Open Bible Church
Home in Waverly was in charge of Church - 319-276-3195 Wednesday, August 10: 7:00 p.m.
arrangements. Online condolences Home – 319-987-2188 Prayer & Bible Study. ALLISON- 1013 E. Bremer Ave.
may be left at www.kaisercorson. Lay Pastor’s Office Hours United Church of Christ Senior Pastor
com. the Allison-Bristow school system Wednesday 7:00-9:00 p.m. NASHUA- Ralph Wedeking Pastor Rev. Marvin Talamantez
Lavern George DeVries was for 25 years. Lavern also worked And by Appointment St. John’s United Church Sunday, Aug. 7: 9:00 a.m. Sunday Ph: 319-352-2038
born on October 16, 1945, the for Farmers Mutual Hail Insurance Sunday, August 7: 9:00 a.m. of Christ, Pleasant Hill Worship. Sunday, Aug. 7: 8:30 a.m. and
Company of Iowa as a crop adjuster Worship. 10009 Union Ave. 10:15 a.m. Morning Worship; Coffee
son of George H. and Berneta O.
(Westervelt) DeVries in Charles for 32 years. He retired from teach- Nashua, IA 50658 ALLISON- Corner: Sundays at 9:45 a.m.
SHELL ROCK – St. James Lutheran Church
City. He attended Plainfield school ing in 2004 and continued to work United Methodist Church Rev. Linda Myren
and graduated from Plainfield for Farmers Mutual Hail until the (641) 330-8821 Pastor Jeffrey A. Blank SHELL ROCK-
204 S. Prairie Street First Baptist Church
High School in 1964. He then at- time of his death. Pastor Dan Fernandez Sunday, August 7: 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 6: 9:30 a.m. Martha
tended Wartburg College for four He was a member of the First 319-885-4554 Worship Service; Coffee Hour. Circle at Elm Springs. 223 W. Washington Street
years, graduating in 1968. Lavern Baptist Church in Plainfield, serving Sunday, August 7: 10:30 a.m. Monday, August 8: 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 7: 9:00 a.m. Worship Shell Rock, IA 50670
then started teaching in the Titonka several terms as trustee. Lavern was Worship Service. Consistory. with Holy Communion; Tuesday, Pastor Alan V. Dicks
school system. On December 27, a fantail pigeon breeder and model Aug. 9: 9:00 a.m. Sew-Sew Sisters. Sunday, Aug. 7: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
1970, he was united in marriage to
Regina Schroeder at St. Peter’s Lu-
Survivors are his wife, Regina, of
Conrad Weber, Jr. Thursday, Aug. 11: 5:00 p.m. Senior
Dinner; 7:00 p.m. Church Council.
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship Service;
6:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Service;
theran Church in rural Sumner. La- Allison; two daughters: Nicole, and Conrad Weber, Jr., 98, of Wa- Friday, Aug. 12: 10:15 a.m. 6:30-8:00 p.m. Awanas Club.
vern continued to teach for a total her husband, Benjamin Kirchmann, verly, formerly of Parkersburg, died Communion at Rehab Center.
of 10 years in Titonka and later for of Runnells; and Renae , and her Thursday, July 28, 2011, at the Bar-
tels Lutheran Retirement Commu-
YOU ARE INVITED
husband, Joseph Lesan, of Ames; a
Marvin Clark granddaughter, Marissa Kirchmann;
and a brother, Donald, an d his wife,
nity, of natural causes.
Funeral services were held Mon-
day, August 1, at Reformed Church TO
Linda DeVries, of Plainfield.
Moser He was preceded in death by his par-
of Stout in Stout with Rev. David
VanderLest officiating. Organist ATTEND CH_ _CH!
Funeral services for Marvin Clark Elaine Schnell accompanied Con-
gregational Hymns “In the Garden,”
Moser, 80, of Charles City, were
held Tuesday, August 2, 2011, at Merna Teeple “What a Friend We Have In Jesus,”
and “Sweet Hour Of Prayer.” Wayne WHAT IS MISSING?
Reid’s Funeral Chapel, 519 N. First
St., Greene, with Pastor John Hanna Merna Teeple, 94, of Greene, Arends sang, “Each Step I Take” and
officiating. A graveside service was died on Sunday, July 31, 2011, at the “How Beautiful Heaven Must Be.”
held 2 p.m., Wednesday, August 3, Liebe Care Center in Greene. Ar- Burial was at Oak Hill Cemetery
2011, at Rose Hill Cemetery with rangements are incomplete at Reid’s in Parkersburg, Iowa with Bernard
Military Honors conducted by Tack- Funeral Chapel, 519 N. First St. Schnell, Rodney Kendrick, Mike
served on the Consistory as a Dea-
Barnett Post 268, American Legion Greene. Online condolences may be Schlamp, Marlyn Weber, Duane
left at www.reidsfuneralchapel.com Saul, and Lloyd Weber serving as con, as well as Benevolent Treasurer
Casketbearers. Memorials may be for 34 years. Conrad was a farmer at
Memorials may be directed to the
directed to the family of Conrad. heart, taking great pride in his work.
Marvin Moser Memorial Fund, 610
He enjoyed meals around the table
7th Ave., Charles City, Iowa 50616.
Reid’s Funeral Chapel of Greene Gladys Skarr The Redman-Schwartz Funeral
Home in Parkersburg was in charge
of arrangements. Online condo-
with his family, as well as going for
drives and shopping.
If you enjoy working on a team of healthcare
professionals dedicated to Person Directed Care,
was in charge of arrangements. then we are looking for you to join our team at
Conrad is survived by his wife
Online condolences may be left at Gladys M. Skarr, 92, of Dumont, lences may be left at www.redman-
died on Sunday, July 31, 2011, at schwartz.com of 72 years, Jeanette Weber, of Wa- Maple Manor Village!
the Dumont Wellness Center in Du- Conrad Weber, Jr., was born the verly; two daughters, Lorraine, and
her husband, Roger Kramer, of Shell *NEW* Full-time C.N.A. needed for
mont. son of Conrad and Millie (Zapf) We-
Funeral services were held ber, Sr. on May 14, 1913, on a farm Rock; and Wanita, and her husband, 2nd shift (2pm-10pm),
Wednesday, August 3, at the New near Stout. He received his educa- Jim Eckhoff, of Clarksville; two
4-5 days a week and every other weekend
Bonnie Jean Jung, 54, of Dumont, Hope Parish of the United Methodist tion from a country school near his grandchildren: Holly, and her hus-
died on Saturday, July 30, 2011, at Church in Dumont with Pastor Mark home. On February 16, 1939, Con- band, Michael Homan; and Michael,
and his wife, Crystal Eckhoff; and Not certified? We pay for C.N.A. training so you
Mercy Medical Center North Iowa Young officiating. Burial will take rad and Jeanette Heyenga were unit-
in Mason City. place in the Belmond Cemetery. Me- ed in marriage at the parsonage of two great-grandchildren: Hayden can work while learning! We offer insurance
Funeral services were held at morials may be directed to Hospice, the Reformed Church of Stout. Con- Homan and Austin Eckhoff; a broth- benefits, uniforms, shoes, meals and our
10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, August 3, the New Hope Parish of the United rad was active in farming through er, Roy (Ann) Weber, of Stout; and a PIB program that increases your wage 15 percent.
at the Faith Baptist Church in Hamp- Methodist Church in Dumont or to his early nineties. The couple lived sister, Millie Saul, of Parkersburg.
ton with Pastor Brian Haynes offi- the Dumont Wellness Center. their entire married life in the same He was preceded in death by his To apply, stop by 345 Parriott St. in Aplington to
ciating. Burial was in the Hillside The Sietsema-Vogel Funeral home near Stout before moving to parents; step-mother, Geerta Weber;
a son, Kenneth Weber; a grandson, fill out an application, contact us at
Cemetery in Sheffield. Home of Dumont is in charge of Bartels Lutheran Retirement Com-
The Sietsema-Vogel Funeral arrangements. Online condolences munity in Waverly, Iowa, in January Daniel Kramer; two brothers: Ed- 319-347-2309, or visit our website at
Home of Hampton was in charge of may be left at www.sietsemavogel- 2011. Conrad was a member of the ward Weber and John Weber; and a www.abcmcorp.com. E.O.E.
arrangements. funeralhomes.com. Reformed Church of Stout where he sister, Elizabeth Stickfort.
• Butler County Tribune-Journal •
Weekly News Thursday, August 4, 2011 • 5
Allison Public Library Notes
By Kelly Henrichs and Patty Hummel
NEW RELEASES: observations with humorous stories
THE SILVER BOAT by Luanne from a seven- decade career in
Rice . . . Three far-ﬂung sisters Hollywood. Longtime fans and new
come home to Martha’s Vineyard fans alike will relish Betty’s candid
one last time. Their mother’s beach take on everything from her rumored
house is the only place any of them crush on Robert Redford (true) to
ever found true happiness and they her beauty regimen (“I have no idea
need to begin the difﬁcult process what color my hair is and I never
of letting go. Memories of their intend to ﬁnd out”) to the Facebook
grandmother, mother, and their Irish campaign that helped persuade her
father, who sailed away the year Dar to host Saturday Night Live despite
turned twelve, rise up and expose her having declined the hosting job
the ﬁne cracks in their family myth- three times already.
especially when a cache of old letters HIS OTHER WIFE by Deborah
reveals enough truth to send them Bedford . . . Since her divorce from
back to their ancestral homeland. Eric, Hilary has done everything she
ONE SUMMER by David can to control life for herself and
Baldacci . . . It’s almost Christmas, her son. Beneath a calm surface,
The kids with their panda boats. but there is no joy in the house of she is terriﬁed of failing Seth. She’s
terminally ill Jack and his family. worked hard to raise him on her
Library Trip Around the World Ends in China With only a short time left to live, he
spends his last days preparing to say
goodbye to his devoted wife, Lizzie,
own, and she’s succeeded--he’s now
set to graduate from high school and
enroll at the University of Illinois
We visited our last country for our and chariots.
summer reading program this week.
This week we went to China. We
The children were amazed by the
pictures in the book we have. We
Dumont Community Library and their three children. Then,
unthinkably, tragedy strikes again:
with a full scholarship. But Hilary’s
worst fears are realized when there
Lizzie is killed in a car accident. is a rock-climbing accident at a post-
learned China is the most populous
nation on earth. With more than 1.2
read a story about how the animals
were chosen that are in the Chinese
by Deb Eisentrager With no one able to care for them, graduation campout. A young girl is
billion people, it contains one-ﬁfth Zodiac. Everyone wanted to know the children are separated from each hurt, and Seth is arrested.
of the world’s population. which animal they were. We read a boat. The kids were very excited about. It should be a wild time. other and sent to live with family THE CREED LEGACY by
The Great Wall of China spans another story about going to school to learn the boats actually ﬂoat. Our Upcoming Events: members around the country. Just Linda Lael Miller . . . Rough-and-
over 4000 miles and remains one in China. snack this week was fortune cook- Aug. 9 – Friends of the Library when all seems lost, Jack begins tumble rodeo cowboy Brody Creed
of the great wonders of the world. Fourth graders are expected to ies. Annual Meeting 4:00 to recover in a miraculous turn of likes life on the move. Until a chance
Mount Everest on the border with know 2,000 of the over 40,000 writ- Everyone received a pair of chop- Aug. 11 - Movie Day for Adults events. He rises from what should encounter with his long-estranged
Nepal is the world’s tallest peak. The ten Chinese characters. By the time sticks for coming to the program. featuring August Rush 1:00 have been his deathbed, determined twin brother brings him “home”
tomb of Qin, the ﬁrst emperor who they leave college, they will know Our ﬁnal program was Wed. Aug. Aug. 25 - Movie Day for Adults to bring his fractured family back for the ﬁrst time in years. Suddenly
united China, contains thousands of 4,000 or 5,000 characters. 3 with the Blank Park Zoo bring- featuring The Apple Dumpling Gang together. Brody is in Creed territory—at
life-size terra cotta soldiers, horses, Our craft this week was a panda on ing animals for the children to learn Rides Again THE MIDWIFE’S thirty-three, he’s a restless bad boy
CONFESSION by Diane among family with deep ties to the
Chamberlain . . . Dear Anna, land and each other. And a secret
News from the What I have to tell you is difﬁcult
to write, but I know it will be far
past haunts him as he tries to make
plans for his future.
Liebe Care Center Greene, Iowa
more difﬁcult for you to hear, and
I’m so sorry… The unﬁnished letter
Carolyn Simmons is looking for
Mr. Right in Lonesome Bend when
is the only clue Tara and Emerson she falls for gorgeous Brody Creed,
Wednesday August 3rd - This the 100th Birthday Anniversary of have to the reason behind their close the opposite of everything she wants.
The Friends of the Library are for “Results” by continuing to
morning we will be having our Lucille Ball (1911 - 1989). friend Noelle’s suicide. Everything FOR YOUNG READERS:
having their annual meeting at 4 support Summer Reading Programs
p.m. on August 9 at the Dumont and other programs geared towards monthly Resident’s Council. This Sunday August 7th - Today they knew about Noelle—her calling WILD OUTDOORS SERIES . . .
Community Library, and they would young people. The Friends of the afternoon we will be trying out a new our Devotions will be led by St. as a midwife, her passion for causes, Wilderness trails. Huge deer. Record
love to have anyone wishing to Library create “Interest” among activity “Minute to Win It”, come John’s Lutheran Church of Vilmar her love for her friends and family— trout. There’s always an adventure
become a supporter of the library those who may not yet know much out to try to see if you can complete at 2:00 pm. Today is International described a woman who embraced waiting in the wild outdoors. Includes
in attendance at the meeting. The about the library, and they work to the task in less than a minute! This Forgiveness Day. life. Yet there was so much they FRESHWATER FISHING, DUCK
Friends of the Library help out with get these people involved. evening at about 6:45 we will be Monday August 8th - We will didn’t know. HUNTING, DEERE HUNTING,
a variety of the Dumont Community This organization is open to an activity called “Check it Out”. begin our morning with a game of THE BRIDE’S HOUSE by and BOW HUNTING.
Library needs, and they are in need “Everyone.” With the support of the It should make for a good night! Dice Baseball. This afternoon we Sandra Dallas . . . A novel about THE LOUD BOOK by Deborah
of continued support so the programs community, there is “Nothing” they Today is National Watermelon Day. will be having “Now What”, come the secrets and passions of three Underwood . . . BANG! CRACKLE!
of the library can continue to grow. cannot achieve. “Don’t” pass up this Thursday August 4th - This out to see what we have planned! generations of women who have all BOO!
If you are interested in becoming a opportunity to “Support” what the morning we will be playing Balloon Today is “Sneak Some Zucchini lived in the same Victorian home Just like there are lots of quiets,
Friend of the Library, or if you would Friends of the Library do for the Volleyball in the lounge area. This Onto Your Neighbors Porch Day”. called the Bride’s House. It’s 1880, there are also lots of louds: Good
like information on what you can do Dumont Community Library. afternoon we will be playing Frog Tuesday August 9th - Our and for unassuming seventeen-year- louds (HOORAY!) and bad louds
to help out with what the Friends are Friends, Results, Interest, Jump. Today is the 50th birthday of morning activity is Penny Pitch. old Nealie Bent, the Bride’s House (CRASH!) And louds that make
President Barack Obama. This afternoon we will be playing
doing, contact Margaret Bohls. Everyone, Nothing, Don’t, and is a fairy tale come to life. It seems you feel like you are the center of
On one document from the Support. All combined, it is clear that Friday August 5th - Today is BINGO! Betty Boop’s Birthday
as if it is being built precisely for her attention (BURP!).
Friends of the Library, they outline the FRIENDS of the Library work Ring Toss for our morning activity. (1930).
This afternoon we will be having Exercise group is held Monday and Will Spaulding, the man she is TALK, OSCAR, PLEASE by
what it means to be part of the hard to make the library a vibrant convinced she will marry. But life Karen Kaufman Orloff . . . A dog is
FRIENDS. They are real “Friends” place in the Dumont Community, bowling in the lounge area. Today is through Friday, prior to the morning
“Work Like a Dog Day”. and afternoon activities. Social time doesn’t go according to plan, and a man’s (and a child’s) best friend--
by improving and supporting the and they hope you will be interested Nealie ﬁnds herself in the Bride’s but it’s tough when your best friend
programs of the library. They work in helping as well. Saturday August 6th - Balloon is held after the afternoon activities
Fun will begin our morning. are complete, usually around 2:30. House pregnant—-and married to can only bark, yip, growl, and howl!
This afternoon we will have a You may visit us in person at 108 another. Young readers will empathize with
Senior Foot Clinics movie available for those who are
interested. This evening we will be
South High in Greene, or visit us
online at www.liebeinc.com. Have
IF YOU ASK ME (And of
Course You Won’t) by Betty White
this sweet and funny story of a boy
who begs his dog to talk.
August 2011 watching Lawrence Welk. Today is a wonderful week! . . . A mix of Betty’s thoughtful
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Clinics for the month of August Tuesday, August 9, Parker Place
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CITATIONS Hartford, City of; 90-15-32-NE- Union; Clarksville-CL-Orig Twn
Matthew Ackerson, 25 of New ETC; 2011-2484. & Ch Blks-19-1; CL-210-19-1;
Hampton, fail to wear/maintain Release: Veridian Credit Union; Clarksville-CL-Orig Twn & Ch
safety belt. $50 ﬁne, $17.50 Morris-Hovenga Angela; Hovenga Blks-19-4-N 33 FT & S 33 FT;
surcharge, $60 court cost. Blake H; 90-17-29-N Auditor Subd 2011-2538.
Gerald Cable, 67 of Ames, open Etc.; 2011-2487. Release: First National Bank; Feltz
container - passenger. $200 ﬁne, Release: Veridian Credit Union; Duane R; Feltz Joann; Allison-AL-
$75 surcharge, $60 court cost. Brandt Joshua V; 90-16-1-SE SE Original Town-91 & 92-E1/2; AL-
Highway 14 overpass
Tia Case, 35 of Shell Rock, COR W100A; 2011-2488. 42-91 & 92-E1/2; 2011-2539.
speeding. $40 ﬁne, $14 surcharge, Mortgages: Pigskin Farms LLC; Joint Ten Deed: Hunemuller Todd
$60 court cost. Clear Lake Bank & Trust; 90-18-27- R; Hunemuller Victoria P; Anderson
removed by year-end Jeremy Essmann, 30 of Waterloo,
fail to wear/maintain safety belt.
$50 ﬁne, $17.50 surcharge, $60
N3/4 SW; 2011-2489.
Joint Ten Deed: Rottler Brad W;
Rottler Rhonda J; Dralle Scot S;
Brenda L; Anderson Rodney L;
& 29-SUBD 1; PB-624-28 & 29-
By Staci Miller - Editor its height, as semi trucks could not for some time.” court cost. Dralle Sarah M; Greene-GR-High SUBD 1; 2011-2540.
The railroad overpass on High- pass underneath. Also, the width of According to Brunsma, the bike Clinton French, 26 of Waverly, School Add-17 & 18-W25ft lt 18; Mortgages: Anderson Brenda L;
way 14 will be removed at the ex- the bridge made it difﬁcult for snow trail will be re-routed further north
expired registration. $50 ﬁne, GR-404-17 & 18-W25ft lt 18; 2011- Anderson Rodney L; Midwestone
pense of the Iowa Department of removal and salt application. and across Highway 14 where the
Transportation (IA DOT) by the end Responsibility of the bridge is in line of sight is sufﬁcient for bikers $17.50 surcharge, $60 court cost. 2492. Bank; Parkersburg-PB-Original
of the year. the hands of the Butler County con- to see motorists and vice versa. Sig- Faron Good, 56 of Parkersburg, Mortgages: Dralle Scot S; Dralle Town-28 & 29-Subd 1; PB-624-28
Bid letting for the bridge removal servation board, and they were hesi- nage and pavement markings will be operation without registration. $50 Sarah; US Dept. of Agriculture; & 29-Subd 1; 2011-2541.
will take place in November with re- tant to give the DOT permission for added for safety as well. ﬁne, $17.50 surcharge, $60 court Greene-GR-High School Add-17 Mortgages: Cole Bob D; Cole
moval of the deck shortly after, and removal. The DOT gave the conserva- cost. & 18-W25ft lt 18; GR-404-17 & Carol A; Clear Lake Bank & Trust;
abutment removal starting next con- “The bridge is the safest option tion board a proposal to replace the Raquel Hernandez, 39 of Hampton, 18-W25ft lt 18; 2011-2493. 93-16-4-BEG 1/4 COR; 2011-1542.
struction season, according to Pete for bikers, so my board was split bridge with a taller bridge, but it speeding and failure to have valid Release: MERS; Oler Brian L; Mortgages: Benson Lanette; Day
Hjelmstad, IA DOT Field Services on the decision,” said conservation would cost $750,000 and it would be license/permit while oper. motor Oler Mary J; Parkersburg-PB-H C Michael J; 92-17-25-SE SE; 2011-
Coordinator. board Director, Steve Brunsma. at the expense of the Butler County, veh. $240 ﬁne, $84 surcharge, $120 & S Add-17-7-W1/2; PB-609-17- 2544.
Hjelmstad stated the DOT’s main “The board did approve the removal most likely to be paid for by grants court cost. 7-W1/2; 2011-2500. Warranty Deed: Hansel
interest in removing the bridge was because this bridge has been an issue and matching funds.
Jason Holthaus, 19 of Shell Rock, Release: USDA; Jensen Carrie A; Construction Services LLC; Hansel
Yard and Garden: expired registration. $50 ﬁne,
$17.50 surcharge, $60 court cost.
Greene-GR-Traers 2nd Add-6-5-;
Construction Services LLC; HS
Investments Inc.; Parkersburg-PB-
Harvesting and Timothy Hoodjer, 61 of Clarksville, Mortgages: Ibeling Scott G; IND & Comm Park PH 1-4-Parcel J;
Storing Potatoes Sheriff’s Report operating a CMV without periodic
inspection. $50 ﬁne, $17.50
surcharge, $60 court cost.
Ibeling Cathryn M; Aplington, City
of; 90-18-32-SE NW-COMM SE
PB-611-4-Parcel J; 2011-2545.
Warranty Deed: Aplington Sales
Commission Inc.; Aplington
By Richard Jauron, Laura Sternweis
Iowa State University Extension Nicole Maitland, 39 of Parkersburg, Agreement: Marean Brandon W; Livestock Sales LLC; Aplington-
specialists offer tips for harvest- Monday, July 25 Broadway St. speeding. $80 ﬁne, $28 surcharge, Marean Amanda; Amanda Dunphy AP-Original Town-88-NE COR
ing and storing potatoes, as well as 8:45 a.m.: Report of a gas 10:31 p.m.: Medical call - $60 court cost. Amanda K; Lievens Gregory M; ETC; AP-106-88-NE COR ETC;
dealing with spuds that are green or drive-off at the 200 block of W trouble breathing at the 200 block Christopher McClain, 18 of Lievens Rebecca S; Aplington-AP- 90-17-20-S1/2 SW-SUBD lt 18 SE
knobby. To have additional questions Clarksville, careless. $35 ﬁne, Original Town-10-8 & 7-etc; AP- COR; 2011-2546.
Traer St., Greene. of N Johnson St.
answered, contact the experts at hort- $12.25 surcharge, $60 court cost. 106-10-8 & 7-etc; 2011-2503. Warranty Deed: Lee Randy C;
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 515-294-3108 10:41 a.m.: Medical call at the Wednesday, July 27
800 block of Maple St. 6:15 a.m.: Report of vandal- Myron Meester, 55 of Parkersburg, Afﬁdavit: Lievens Gregory to the Lee Julie A; Johnson Nichole K
When should I harvest my pota- speeding. $40 ﬁne, $14 surcharge, public; 93-17-6-SWFRL; 2011- Sumbach; 92-15-35-SE NE & NE
toes? 12:43 p.m.: Medical call at the ism at the 400 block of S Wright
$60 court cost. 2505. SE-LT 10 Timber Creek; 2011-2547.
Potatoes can be harvested when the 900 block of 7th St. St.
tubers are small and immature (“new” 1:06 p.m.: Medical call - re- 9:27 a.m.: Report of an as- Aaron Opheim, 31 of Allison, Mortgages: Freed Thomas D; Mortgages: Johnson Nichole K
potatoes) or when the crop is fully ma- port of diabetic problems at the sault/ﬁght at the 900 block of 3rd speeding. $40 ﬁne, $14 surcharge, Freed Janet K; Midwestone Bank; Zumbach; Community Savings
ture. 700 block of S Pearl St. St., Dumont $60 court cost. Parkersburg-PB-Meadowbrook 1st Bank; 92-15-34-SE SE & NE SE-
“New” potatoes are dug when the 3:41 p.m.: Report of fraud in 1:57 p.m.: Report of an acci- Kevin Quast, 50 of Waverly, Add-30-; PB-619-30; 2011-2513. Timber Creek lt 10; 2011-2548.
plants are still green and the tubers are Allison. dent on Orchid Ln., Parkersburg. speeding. $40 ﬁne, $14 surcharge, Release: Iowa Bankers Mortgage Afﬁdavit: Miller Marlin; Miller
greater than 1 inch in diameter. New 3:53 p.m.: Report of an as- 3:33 p.m.: Medical call - re- $60 court cost. Corporation; Metropolitan Life Marlin E to the public; 2011-2550.
potatoes should be used immediately, Alvin Reeder, 63 of Eldora, fail to Ins. Co.; Grassley Robin; Grassley Afﬁdavit: Miller Dianne; Miller
sault/ﬁght at the 500 block of 4th port of trouble breathing at the
as they do not store well. wear/maintain safety belt. $50 ﬁne, Diane L; 90-15-14-NE SE-S92A Dianne K to the public; 2011-2551.
Potatoes grown for storage should St., Allison. 100 block of E Traer St., Greene.
5:01 p.m.: Medical call at the 6:17 p.m.: Report of an acci- $17.50 surcharge, $60 court cost. EXC ETC; 90-15-35-E1/2 SW & Mortgages: Miller Marlin E; Miller
be harvested after the vines have died Drew Schipper, 20 of Plainﬁeld, NW SW; 90-15-34-SW-EXC ETC; Dianne K; C US Bank; Clarksville-
and the crop is mature. To check crop 100 block of N Hilton St. dent on HWY 57.
dark window/windshield 37%. $50 2011-2515. CL-Poisals Add-5-1 & 4-EXC N
maturity, dig up one or two hills after 7:38 p.m.: Report of burglary Thursday, July 28
the plants have died. If the skins on at the 900 block of W Broadway 12:46 a.m.: Request for mo- ﬁne, $17.50 surcharge, $60 court Mortgages: Maiers Douglas A; 56ft LT 1; CL-211-5-1 & 4-EXC
the tubers are thin and rub off easily, St. torist assistance on HWY 3. cost. Maiers Shelley M; Veridian Credit N56ft TL 1; 2011-2552.
the crop is not fully mature. Allow the 8:05 p.m.: Report of harass- 3:47 a.m.: Medical call at the Christopher Wacaser, 19 of Union; Clarksville-CL-Orig Twn Mortgages: Siemons Timothy
crop to mature for several more days ment at the 400 block of 8th St. 1100 block of Ellis St. Avondale, speeding. $90 ﬁne, & Ch Blks-19-1-; CL-210-19-1; A; First Citizens National Bank;
before harvesting the potatoes. When Tuesday, July 26 4:16 a.m.: Report of a weather $31.50 surcharge, $60 court cost. Clarksville-CL-Orig Twn & Ch Greene-GR-McClures 2nd Add-21-
harvesting potatoes, avoid bruising, 7:15 a.m.: Report of burglary - related ﬁre at the 200 block of W Blks-19-4-N 33 FT & S 33 FT; CL- 8-; GR-407-21-8; 2011-2553.
skinning or cutting the tubers. Dam- MAGISTRATE 210-19-4-N 33 FT & S 33 FT; 2011- Release: Regions Bank; Hansel
money stolen from Feed & Seed South St.
aged potatoes should be used as soon Jordan Green, 24 of Parkersburg 2516. Brabk L; Hansel Frank L Sr.; Duk
as possible. at the 300 block of Main St., Bris- 5:33 a.m.: Report of an alarm
tow. sounding at the 200 block of N entered a written plea of guilty, Release: First Citizens National Mun S; Hansel Mun Song Duk;
Why are some of my potato tubers charging him with the crime of Dog Bank; Flick Terry M; Greene-GR- Duk Mun Song; 93-17-36-NW COR
green? 1:05 p.m.: Report of an as- 4th St.
at Large. Green was ordered to pay Thomas 2nd Add-2-15 & 16-; GR- ETC; 2011-2554.
Potato tubers actually are enlarged sault/ﬁght at the 400 block of S 8:31 a.m.: Report of burglary
underground stems. When potato tu- Cherry St., Shell Rock. at the 100 block of Main St., Are- a ﬁne and court costs. 415-2-15 & 16; 2011-2531. Mortgages; Whitemire Steven G;
bers are exposed to light (either in the 3:26 p.m.: Report of theft at dale. Warranty Deed: Flick Terry M; Whitmire Stacy J; Lincoln Savings
garden or storage), their skin turns the 700 block of HWY 57, Park- Friday, July 29 DEATHS Chambers Rose Mary; Greene-GR- Bank; Parkersburg-PB-Johnson
green due to the formation of chlo- ersburg. 3:53 p.m.: Report of a ﬁre at Magdalene Schnepel, 101 of Shell Thomas 2nd Add-2-15 & 16-; GR- Heights Add-14-; PB-613-14; 2011-
rophyll. The chlorophyll itself is not 3:46 p.m.: Medical call at the the 29500 block of Ivy Ave., Ap- Rock. Date of death: July 22. Date 415-2-15 & 16; 2011-2532. 2555.
a problem. However, higher levels 500 block of 3rd St., Parkersburg. lington. recorded: July 28. Mortgages: Engel Terry E; Engel Mortgages: Thorne Scott; Thorne
of glycoalkaloids also develop in the Jolene; Veridian Credit Union; 92- Valerie; Lincoln Savings Bank; 90-
4:14 p.m.: Request for motor- Saturday, July 30
green tissue. Green tubers have a bitter PROPERTY TRANSFERS 16-12-NE SW-EXC; 92-16-12-SE 16-30-NE SE-Parcel A & B; 2011-
taste and can cause nausea, headaches ist assistance on 220th St. 7:50 a.m.: Medical call at the
6:14 p.m.: Report of suspi- 400 block of N Baughman St. Mortgages: Eisentrager Frank V; SW-lt 1; 92-16-12-NW SE-SW 2557.
and other health problems if eaten in Eisentrager Brenda J; Ballard Brenda COR; 2011-2536. Release: BankIowa; Oldenburger
large quantities. cious activity on 9th St., Apling- 9:04 p.m.: Request for motor-
Jean; First Security Bank & Trust; Release: Veridian Credit Union; Shane L; Oldenburger Deborah K;
Tubers with small green areas can ton. ist assistance at the 700 block of
be safely eaten if the green portions 8:09 p.m.: Medical call - bro- N Public Rd. 93-17-6-S1/2 NW; 2482-2011. Simkins John L; Simkins Julie; Parkersburg-PB-Knocks Add-8-;
are cut off and discarded. It would be ken bones at the 300 block of Mortgages: Smith Vicky M; Aplington-AP-Original Town-17-5 PB-617-8; 2011-2558.
best to discard potatoes that are largely Paige Wayne; New Hartford-NH- & 6-S1/2; AP-106-17-5 & 6-S1/2; Mortgages: Renken Jeffrey J;
green. Bourguins 1st Add-1-7-; NH-501-1- 2011-2537. Renken Sherri L; Midwestone Bank;
When growing potatoes in the gar- 7; 2011-2483. Mortgages: Maiers Douglas A; Parkersburg-PB-H C & S Add-12-5-
den, hill soil around the base of the po- Easement: Ballhagen Jerry L; New Maiers Shelly M; Veridian Credit ; PB-609-12-5; 2011-2561.
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flood damage. Development associated 1. Permit Required – A Flood Plain b. Limitation of periods of use and
MINUTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF A wherein Mark Reiher was declared the winner. Seidels may have suffered a financial hardship with subdivision proposals (including the Development Permit issued by the operation.
REGULAR MEETING OF THE The Oath of Office was administered by due to the court case. It was then moved by installation of public utilities) shall meet Administrator shall be secured prior c. Imposition of operational controls,
BUTLER COUNTY BOARD OF Board Chairman Karl Nelson to Mark Reiher, Heidenwirth, second by Reiher to cover said the applicable performance standards to any flood plain development (any sureties and deed restrictions.
SUPERVISORS HELD ON JULY 19, 2011 District 3 Supervisor for Butler County, Iowa. costs in the amount of $65.83 payable to the of this Ordinance. Subdivision proposals man-made change to improved and d. Requirements for construction of
Meeting called to order at 9:00 a.m. by Board reviewed Quarterly Reports of the Butler County Clerk of Court. Motion carried. intended for residential use shall provide all unimproved real estate, including but channel modifications, dikes, levees
Chairman Karl Nelson with member Tom Sheriff and Recorder and ordered them placed Moved by Heidenwirth, second by Nelson to lots with a means of access which will be not limited to building or other structures, and other protective measures,
Heidenwirth present. Also present were Mark on file. approve Land Application Agreement for F122 passable by wheeled vehicles during the mining, filling, grading, paving, provided such are approved by the
Reiher, Recorder Janice Jacobs, CPC Bob Nelson shared recent correspondence – Wessels (county farm). Motion carried. 100-year flood. Proposals for subdivisions excavation or drilling operations), Department of Natural Resources
Lincoln and Allison Tribune-Journal Editor Staci from Paige Seidel wherein she indicated her Board acknowledged receipt of Manure greater than five (5) acres or fifty (50) lots including the placement of factory-built and are deemed the only practical
Miller. frustration with finding outstanding court costs Management Plan Annual Update for Nolte (whichever is less) shall include 100-year homes. alternative to achieving the purpose of
Minutes of the previous meeting were read assessed to her from a past court case against Finisher Farm and Turkeyroot. flood elevation data for those areas located 2. Application for Permit – Application this Ordinance.
and approved as read. the County. Discussion ensued wherein it was Board made and approved the following within the Special Flood Hazard Area. shall be made on forms furnished by e. Flood proofing measures.
Board canvassed the results of District 3 made clear that said costs were actually hers appointments of county officials: K. Accessory Structures the Administrator and shall include the SECTION VI – Nonconforming Uses
Special Election held on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 to pay. However, Heidenwirth indicated the 1. Detached garages, sheds, and similar following. A. A structure or the use of a structure or
structures accessory to a residential a. Description of work to be covered by premises which was lawful before the
BOARD APPOINTED ALTERNATE use are exempt from the 100-year the permit for which application is to passage or amendment of this Ordinance,
flood elevation requirements where the be made. but which is not in conformity with
2nd Judicial District Dept. of Correctional Services Karl Nelson Tom Heidenwirth
following criteria are satisfied. b. Description of the land on which the the provisions of this Ordinance, may
North Iowa Juvenile Detention Center Karl Nelsons Mark Reiher a. The structure shall not be used for proposed work is to be done (i.e., lot, be continued subject to the following
human habitation. block, track, street address or similar conditions:
Butler County Zoning Administrator Steve Busse
b. The structure shall be designed to description) that will readily identify 1. If such use is discontinued for six (6)
Community Service/General Relief Director Bob Lincoln have low flood damage potential. and locate the work to be done. consecutive months, any future use of
c. The structure shall be constructed c. Indication of the use or occupancy for the building premises shall conform to
Iowa Northland Regional Housing Authority Mark Reiher Karl Nelson and place on the building site so as to which the proposed work is intended. this Ordinance.
Iowa Northland Regional Housing Council (INRCOG) Mark Reiher Karl Nelson offer minimum resistance to the flow of d. Elevation of the 100-year flood. 2. Uses or adjuncts thereof that are or
floodwaters. e. Elevation (in relation to North become nuisances shall not be entitled
Mental Health Institute Citizens Advisory Board Tom Heidenwirth Ken Oldenburger d. The structure shall be firmly anchored American Vertical Datum) of the to continue as nonconforming uses.
Regional Transit Commission Board Tom Heidenwirth Karl Nelson to prevent flotation which may result in lowest floor (including basement) of B. If any nonconforming use or structure is
Butler County Weed Commissioner Dan Forry damage to other structures. buildings or of the level to which a destroyed by any means, including flood,
e. The structure service facilities such building is to be flood proofed. it shall not be reconstructed if the cost is
Mental Health Retardation Coordinator Bob Lincoln as electrical and heating equipment f. For buildings being improved or rebuilt, more than fifty (50) percent of the market
HAZMAT Board Tom Heidenwirth Mitch Nordmeyer shall be elevated or flood proofed to the estimated cost of improvements value of the structure before the damage
DECAT Board Tom Heidenwirth Holly Fokkena at least one foot above the 100-year and market value of the building prior occurred, except unless it is reconstructed
flood level. to the improvements. in conformity with the provisions of this
Iowa Northland Regional Council of Governments (INRCOG) Karl Nelson Mark Reiher 2. Exemption from the 100-year flood g. Such other information as the Ordinance. This limitation does not include
Butler County Development Karl Nelson Tom Heidenwirth elevation requirements for such a Administrator deems reasonable the cost of any alteration to comply with
structure may result in increased necessary (e.g., drawings or a existing state or local health, sanitary,
Local Emergency Planning Commission Karl Nelson premium rates for flood insurance site plan) for the purpose of this building or safety codes or regulations or
North Iowa Community Action Tom Heidenwirth coverage of the structure and its Ordinance. the cost of any alteration of a structure
Cedar Valley Resource, Conservation & Development Tom Heidenwirth contents. 3. Action on Permit Application – the listed on the National Register of Historic
L. Recreational Vehicles Administrator shall, within a reasonable Places, provided that the alteration shall
Pathways Behavioral Services Karl Nelson 1. Recreational vehicles are exempt from time, make a determination as to not preclude its continued designation.
Butler County Safety Committee Tom Heidenwirth Karl Nelson the requirements of Section III E of this whether the proposed flood plain SECTION VII – Penalties for Violation
Ordinance regarding anchoring and development meets the applicable Violations of the provisions of this Ordinance or
Butler County Community Foundation Karl Nelson Holly Fokkena
elevation of factory-built homes when standards of this Ordinance and shall failure to comply with any of the requirements
Iowa Workforce Development Mark Reiher the following criteria are satisfied. approve or disapprove the application. shall constitutes a misdemeanor. Any person
a. The recreational vehicle shall be For disapprovals, the applicant shall who violates this Ordinance or fails to comply
County Social Services 28E Governing Board Mark Reiher Holly Fokkena
located on the site for less than 180 be informed, in writing of the specific with any of its requirements shall upon
Butler County Board of Health Mitch Nordmeyer consecutive days, and, reasons therefore. The Administrator conviction thereof be fined not more than
Butler County Solid Waste Commission Mark Reiher Tom Heidenwirth b. The recreational vehicle must be shall not issue permits for variance $100 or imprisoned for not more than 30
fully licensed and ready for highway except as directed by the County Board days for each offense, and each day that a
Board held a Public Hearing to consider Hearing. Busse indicated that the proposed property owners. Busse recommended the use. A recreational vehicle is ready of Supervisors. violation is permitted to exist shall constitute
changes to Ordinance Title V, No. 7 – Flood amendment to the Ordinance was necessary Board approve said Amendment to Ordinance for highway use if it is on its wheels 4. Construction and Use to be as provided a separate offense. Nothing herein contained
Plain Management. Zoning Administrator to insure that the County was compliant with Title V, No. 7. Upon the close of the Public or jacking system and is attached to in Application and Plans – Flood Plain prevent the County of Butler from taking such
Steve Busse and County Engineer John Riherd FEMA and National Flood Insurance Program Hearing, it was moved by Heidenwirth, second the site only by quick disconnect type Development Permits based on the other lawful action as is necessary to prevent
were present, as were Gale Brinkman and requirements. Brinkman discussed various by Reiher to adopt same as follows: utilities and security devices and has basis of approved plans and applications or remedy violation.
Lucas Wedeking, Greene, Iowa. No written requirements of obtaining flood insurance and Butler County, Iowa on July 19, 2011. not permanently attached additions. authorize only the use, arrangement, SECTION VIII – Amendments
or oral comments were received prior to the questioned how the amendments would impact TJ-30-01 2. Recreational vehicles that are located on and construction. Any use, arrangement, The regulations and standards set forth
the site for more than 180 consecutive or construction at variance with that in this Ordinance may from time to time
days and are not ready for highway use authorized shall be deemed a violation be amended, supplemented, changed or
TITLE V ORDINANCE #7 to repeal, abrogate or impair any b. The bottom of all openings shall be no must satisfy requirements of Section III of this Ordinance. The applicant shall repealed. No amendment, supplement,
FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT ORDINANCE existing easements, covenants, or higher than one foot above grade. E of this Ordinance regarding anchoring be required to submit certification change or modification shall be undertaken
SECTION 1 – Statutory Authority, Findings deed restrictions. However, where this c. Openings may be equipped with and elevation of factory-built homes. by a Professional Engineer or Land without prior approval of the Department of
of Fact and Purpose Ordinance imposes greater restrictions, screens, louvers valves or other M. Pipeline river and stream crossings hall Surveyor, as appropriate, licensed in Natural Resources.
This ordinance establishes a development the provision of this Ordinance shall coverings or devices provided they be buried in the streambed and banks, or the State of Iowa, that the finished fill, SECTION IX – Definitions
permit system which requires a permit for all prevail. All other ordinance inconsistent permit the automatic entry and exit of otherwise sufficiently protected to prevent building floor elevations, flood proofing, Unless specifically defined below, words
development within the Special Flood Hazard with this Ordinance are hereby repealed to floodwaters. rupture due to channel degradation and or other flood protection measures were or phrases used in this Ordinance shall be
Area (i.e., Zone A or the shaded area as the extent of the inconsistency only. Such areas shall be used solely for parking meandering. accomplished in compliance with the interpreted so as to give them the meaning
shown on the community’s Flood Insurance E. Interpretation of vehicles, building access and low SECTION IV – Special Floodway Provisions provisions of this Ordinance, prior to the they have in common usage and to give this
Rate Map) and Undetermined Special Flood In their interpretation and application, the damage potential storage. In addition to the General Floodplain use or occupancy of any structure. Ordinance its most reasonable application.
Hazard Area (i.e., Zone AE, X). Specific provisions of this Ordinance shall be held 2. New and substantially improved Standards, uses within the floodway must C. Variance BASE FLOOD – The flood having one
performance standards for construction to be minimum requirements and shall be structures must be designed (or meet the following applicable standards. 1. The County Board of Supervisors may (1) percent chance of being equaled or
within these areas are given in Section III of liberally construed in favor of the governing modified) and adequately anchored to The floodway is that portion of the floodplain authorize upon request in specific cases exceeded in any given year. (See 100-year
this ordinance. body and shall not be deemed a limitation prevent flotation, collapse, or lateral which must be protected from developmental such variances from the terms of this flood).
A. The Legislature of the State of Iowa has in or repeal of any other powers granted by movement of the structure resulting encroachment to allow the free flow of flood Ordinance that will not be contrary to the BASEMENT – Any enclose area of a building
Chapter 331, Code of Iowa, as amended, State statues. from hydrodynamic and hydrostatic waters. Where floodway data has been public interest where, owing to special which has its floor or lowest level below
delegated the power to counties to exercise F. Warning and Disclaimer of Liability loads, including the effects of buoyancy. provided in the Flood Insurance Study, such conditions, a literal enforcement of the ground level (subgrade) on all sides. Also
any power and perform and function it The standards required by this Ordinance 3. New and substantially improved data shall be used to define the floodway. provisions of this Ordinance will result in see “lowest floor”.
deems appropriate to protect and preserve are considered reasonable for regulatory structures must be constructed with Where no floodway data has been provided, unnecessary hardship. Variance granted DEVELOPMENT - Any man-made change
the rights, privileges, and property of the purposes. This Ordinance does not imply electrical, heating ventilation, plumbing the Department of Natural Resources shall be must meet the following applicable to improved or unimproved real estate,
county or of its residents, and to preserve that areas outside the designated special and air conditioning equipment and contacted to provide a floodway delineation. standards. including but not limited to building or
and improve the peace, safety, health flood hazard areas will be free from flooding other service facilities that are designed The applicant will be responsible for providing a. Variances shall only be granted upon: other structures, mining, dredging, filling,
welfare, comfort and convenience of its or flood damages. This Ordinance shall not and/or located so as to prevent water the Department of Natural Resources with (i) a showing of good and sufficient grading, paving, excavation or drilling
residents. create liability on the part of Butler County from entering or accumulating with sufficient technical information to make such cause, (ii) a determination that failure operations.
B. Find of Fact or any officer or employee thereof for any the components during conditions of determination. to grant the variance would result in EXISTING CONSTRUCTION – Any structure
1. The flood hazard areas of Butler County, flood damages that occur from reliance flooding. A. No use shall be permitted in the floodway exceptional hardship to the applicant, for which the “start of construction”
Iowa are subject to periodic inundation on this Ordinance or any administrative E. Factory-built Homes: that would result in any increase in the and (iii) a determination that the commenced before the effective date of
which can result in loss of life and property, decision lawfully made thereunder. 1. All factory-built homes, including those 100-year flood level. Consideration of the granting of the variance will not result the community’s Flood Insurance Rate
health and safety hazards, disruption of G. Severability placed in existing factory-built home effects of any development on flood levels in increased flood heights, additional Map. May also be referred to as “existing
commerce and governmental services, If any section, clause, provision or parks or subdivisions, shall be elevated shall be based upon the assumption that threats to public safety, extraordinary structure”.
extraordinary public expenditures for flood portion of this Ordinance is adjudged on a permanent foundation such that the an equal degree of development would be public expense, create nuisances, EXISTING FACTORY-BUILT HOME PARK
protection and relief, and impairment of the unconstitutional or invalid by a court of lowest floor of the structure is a minimum allowed for similarly situated lands. cause fraud on or victimization of the OR SUBDIVISION – A factory-built
tax base all of which adversely affect he competent jurisdiction, the remainder of one(1) foot above the 100-year flood B. All uses within the floodway shall: public or conflict with existing local home park or subdivision for which the
public health, safety and general welfare of of this Ordinance shall not be affected level. 1. Be consistent with the need to minimize codes or ordinances. construction of facilities for servicing the
the community. thereby. 2. All factory-build homes, including those flood damage. b. Variances shall not be issued within lots on which the factory-built homes are
2. These flood losses, hazards, and SECTION III – Flood Plain Management placed in existing factory-built home 2. Use construction methods and practices any designated floodway if any to be affixed (including at a minimum, the
related adverse effects are caused by; Standards parks or subdivisions shall be anchored that will minimize flood damage. increase in flood levels during the 100- installation of utilities, the construction of
(i) The occupancy of flood hazard areas All uses must be consistent with the need to resist flotation, collapse, or lateral 3. Use construction materials and utility year flood would result. Consideration streets, and either final site grading or the
by uses vulnerable to flood damages to minimize flood damage and meet the movement. The following specific equipment that are resistant to flood of the effects of any development on pouring of concrete pads) is completed
which create hazardous conditions as a following applicable performance standards. requirements (or their equivalent) shall damage. flood levels shall be based upon the before the effective date of flood plain
result of being inadequately elevated or Where 100-year flood data has not been be met: C. No use shall affect the capacity or assumption that any equal degree of management regulations adopted by the
otherwise protected from flooding and (ii) provided in the Flood Insurance Rate Map, a. Over-the-top ties shall be provided at conveyance of the channel or floodway of development would be allowed for community.
the cumulative effect of obstructions on the Department of Natural Resources shall each of the four corners of the factory- any tributary to the main stream, drainage similarly situated lands. EXPANSION OF EXISTING FACTORY –
the flood plain causing increases in flood be contacted to compute such data. built home, with two (2) additional ties ditch or any other drainage facility or c. Variances shall only be granted upon BUILT HOME PARK OR SUBDIVISION
heights and velocities. A. All development within the special flood per side at intermediate locations and system. a determination that the variance is – The preparation of addition sites by the
C. Statement of Purpose hazard areas shall: factory-built homes less than fifty (50) D. Structures, buildings and sanitary and the minimum necessary, considering construction of facilities for servicing lots
It is the purpose of this Ordinance to protect 1. Be consistent with the need to minimize feet long requiring one (1) additional utility systems, if permitted, shall meet the the flood hazard to afford relief. on which the factory-built homes are to
and preserve the rights, privileges and flood damage. ties per side; applicable General Floodplain standards d. In cases where the variance involves be affixed (including at a minimum, the
property of Butler County and its residents 2. Use construction methods and practices b. Frame ties shall be provided at each and shall be constructed or aligned to a lower level of flood protection for installation of utilities, the construction of
and to preserve and improve the peace, that will minimize flood damage. corner of the home with five (5) present the minimum possible resistance buildings than what is ordinarily streets, and either final site grading or the
safety, health, welfare and comfort and 3. Use construction materials and utility additional ties per side at intermediate to flood flows. required by this Ordinance, the pouring of concrete pads).
convenience of its residents by minimizing equipment that are resistant to flood points and factory-built less than E. Buildings, if permitted, shall have a low applicant shall be notified in writing FACTORY-BUILT HOME – Any structure,
those flood losses described in Section IB1 damage. fifty(50) feet long requiring four (4) flood damage potential and shall not be for over the signature of the Administrator designed for residential use, which is
of this Ordinance with provisions designed 4. Obtain all other necessary permits from additional ties per side; human habitation. that: (i) the issuance of a variance wholly or in substantial part, made,
to: federal, state and local governmental c. All components of the anchoring F. Storage of materials or equipment that are will result in increased premium rates fabricated, formed or assembled in
1. Restrict or prohibit uses which are agencies including approval when system shall be capable of carry a buoyant, flammable, explosive or injurious for flood insurance up to amounts as manufacturing facilities for installation
dangerous to health, safety or property required form the Iowa Department of force of 4800 pounds. to human, animal or plant life is prohibited. high as $25.00 for $100 of insurance or assembly and installation, on a build
in times of flood or which cause Natural Resources. d. Any additions to factory-built homes Storage of other material may be allowed if coverage and (ii) such construction site. For the purpose of this Ordinance
excessive increases in flood heights or B. Residential Buildings – All new or shall be similarly anchored. readily removable from the floodway within increases risks to life and property. factory-built homes include mobile homes,
velocities. substantially improved residential F. Utility and Sanitary Systems: the time available after flood warning. 2. Factors Upon Which the Decision of the manufactured homes and modular homes
2. Require that uses vulnerable to floods, structures shall have the lowest floor, 1. On-site waste disposal and water supply G. Watercourse alterations or relocations Board of Supervisors Shall be Based – In and also includes “recreational vehicles”
including public facilities which serve including basement, elevated a minimum of systems shall be located or designed (channel changes and modifications) must passing upon applications for Variances, which are placed on a site for greater than
such uses, be protected against flood one (1) foot above the 100-year flood level. to avoid impairment to the system or be designed to maintain the flood carrying the Board shall consider all relevant 180 consecutive days and not fully licensed
damage at the time of initial construction Construction shall be upon compacted fill contamination from the system during capacity within the altered or relocated factors specified in other sections of this for and ready for highway use.
or substantial improvement. which shall, at all points, be no lower than flooding. portion. In addition, such alterations or Ordinance and: FACTORY-BUILT HOME PARK – A parcel or
3. Protect individuals from buying lands 1.0 foot above the 100-year flood level and 2. All new and replacement sanitary relocations must be approved by the a. The danger to life and property due to contiguous parcels of land divided into two
which may not be suited for intended extend at such elevation at least 18 feet sewage systems shall be designed to Department of Natural Resources. increased flood heights or velocities or more factory-built home lots for sale or
purposes because of flood hazard. beyond the limits of any structure erected minimize and eliminate infiltration of H. Any fill allowed in the floodway must be caused by encroachments lease.
4. Assure the eligibility is maintained for thereon. Alternate methods of elevating floodwaters into the system as well as shown to have some beneficial purpose b. The danger that materials may be FLOOD – A general and temporary condition
property owners in the community to (such as piers) may be allowed subject the discharge of effluent into floodwaters. and shall be limited to the minimum swept on the other land or downstream of partial or complete inundation of
purchase flood insurance through the to favorable consideration by the County Wastewater treatment facilities (other amount necessary. to the injury of others. normally dry land areas resulting from the
National Insurance Program. Board of Supervisors, where existing than on-site systems) shall be provided I. Pipeline river or stream crossings shall c. The proposed water supply and overflow of streams or rivers or from the
SECTION II - General Provisions topography, street grades, or other factors with a level of flood protection equal to or be buried in the streambed and banks or sanitation systems and the ability of unusual and rapid runoff of surface waters
A. Lands to Which Ordinance Apply preclude elevating by fill. In such cases, greater than one (1) foot above the 100- otherwise sufficiently protected to prevent these systems to prevent disease, from any source.
The provisions of this ordinance shall apply the methods used must be adequate to year flood elevation. rupture due to channel degradation and contamination and unsanitary FLOOD ELEVATION – The elevation
to all lands and uses which have significant support the structure as well as withstand 3. New or replacement water supply meandering or due to the action of flood conditions. floodwaters would reach at a particular site
flood hazards. The Flood Insurance the various forces and hazards associated systems shall be designed to minimize flows. d. The susceptibility of the proposed during the occurrence of a specific flood.
Rate Map (FIRM) for Butler County and with flooding. or eliminate infiltration of floodwaters SECTION V – Administration facility and its contents to flood For instance, the 100-year flood elevations
Incorporated Areas, dated September All new residential structures shall be into the system. Water supply treatment A. Appointment, Duties and Responsibilities damage and the effect of such is the elevation of floodwaters related to
16, 2011, which were prepared as part of provided with a means of access which will facilities (other than on-site systems) of Flood Plain Administrator damage on the individual owner. the occurrence of the 100-year flood.
the Butler County Flood Insurance Study, be passable by wheeled vehicles during shall be provided with a level of 1. The Zoning Administrator is hereby e. The importance of the services FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAP(FIRM)
shall be used to identify such flood hazard the 100-year flood. protection equal to or greater than appointed to implement and administer the provided by the proposed facility to – The official map prepared as part of
areas and all areas shown thereon to be C. Non-residential Buildings – All new or one (1) foot above the 100-year flood provisions of this Ordinance and will herein the County. (but published separately from) the Flood
within the boundaries of the 100-year flood substantially improved non-residential elevation. be referred to as the Administrator. f. The requirements of the facility for a Insurance Study which delineates both the
shall be considered as having significant buildings shall have the lowest floor 4. Utilities such as gas or electrical systems 2. Duties of the Administrator shall include, flood plain location. flood hazard areas and the risk premium
flood hazards. Where uncertainty exists (including basement) elevated a minimum shall be located and constructed to but not necessarily be limited to the g. The availability of alternative locations zones applicable to the community.
with respect to the precise location of of one (1) foot above the 100-year flood minimize or eliminate flood damage following: not subject to flooding for the proposed FLOOD PLAIN – Any land area susceptible
the 100-year flood boundary, the location level, or together with attendant utility and to the system and the risk associated a. Review all flood plain development use. to being inundated by water as a result of
shall be determined on the basis of the sanitary systems, be flood proofed to such with such flood damaged or impaired permit applications to assure that the h. The compatibility of the proposed use a flood.
100-year flood elevation at the particular a level. When flood proofing is utilized, a systems. provisions of this Ordinance will be to the comprehensive plan and flood FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT – An overall
site in question. The Butler County Flood professional engineer registered in the G. Storage of materials and equipment that satisfied. plain management program for the program of corrective and preventive
Insurance Study is hereby adopted by State of Iowa shall certify that the flood are flammable, explosive or injurious to b. Review flood plain development area. measures for reducing flood damages and
reference and is made a part of this proofing methods used are adequate to human, animal or plant life is prohibited applications to assure that all necessary i. The relationship of the proposed use promoting the wise use of flood plains,
ordinance for the purpose of administering withstand the flood depths, pressures, unless elevated a minimum of one (1) permits have been obtained from to the comprehensive plan and flood including but not limited to emergency
floodplain management regulations. velocities, impact and uplift forces and foot above the 100-year flood level. Other federal, state and local governmental plain management program for the preparedness plans, flood control works,
B. Rule for Interpretation of Flood Hazard other factors associated with the 100-year material and equipment must either be agencies including approval when area. flood proofing and flood plain management
Boundaries flood; and that the structure, below the similarly elevated or (i) not be subject to required from the Department of Natural j. The safety of access to the property regulations.
The boundaries of the Special Flood 100-year flood level is watertight with wall major flood damage and be anchored to Resources for flood plain construction. in times of flood for ordinary and FLOOD PROFFING – Any combination of
Hazard areas shall be determined substantially impermeable to the passage prevent movement due to flood waters c. Record and maintain a record of emergency vehicles. structural and nonstructural additions,
by scaling distances on the official of water. A record of the certification or (ii) be readily removable from the elevation (in relation to North American k. The expected heights, velocity, changes or adjustments to structures,
Flood Insurance Rate Maps. When an indicating the specific elevation (in relation area within the time available after flood Vertical Datum) of the lowest floor duration, rate of rise and sediment including utility and sanitary facilities, which
interpretation is needed as to the exact to North American Vertical Datum) to which warning. (including basement) of all new or transport of the floodwater expected will reduce or eliminate flood damage to
location of a boundary, the Zoning any structures are flood proofed shall be H. Flood control structural works such as substantially improved structures in the at the site. such structures.
Administrator shall make the necessary maintained by the Administrator. levees, flood walls, etc. shall provide, at special flood hazard area. l. The cost of providing governmental FLOODWAY – The channel of a river or
interpretation. The Board of Adjustment D. All new and substantially improved a minimum, protection from a 100-year d. Record and maintain a record of the services during and after flood stream and those portions of the flood
shall hear and decide appeals when it structures: flood with a minimum of 3 foot of design elevation (in relation to North American conditions, including maintenance plains adjoining the channel, which are
is alleged that there is an error in any 1. Fully enclosed areas below the “lowest freeboard and shall provide for adequate Vertical Datum) to which all new or and repair of public utilities (sewer, required to carry and discharge flood
requirement, decision, or determination floor” (not including basements) that are interior drainage. In addition, structural substantially improved structures have gas, electrical, and water systems). waters or flood flows so that confinement
made by the Zoning Administrator in the subject to flooding shall be designed to flood control works shall be approved by been flood proofed. Facilities, streets and bridges. of flood flows to the floodway area will not
enforcement or administration of this automatically equalize hydrostatic flood the Department of Natural Resources. e. Notify adjacent communities/counties m. Such other factors which are relevant cumulatively increase the water surface
Ordinance. forces on exterior walls by allowing I. Watercourse alterations or relocations and the Department of Natural to the purpose of this Ordinance. elevation of the base flood by more than
C. Compliance for the entry and exit of floodwaters. must be designed to maintain the flood Resources prior to any proposed 3. Conditions Attached to Variances – one (1) foot.
No structure or land shall hereafter be Designs for meeting this requirement within the altered or relocated portion. In alteration of a watercourse and submit Upon consideration of the factors listed FLOODWAY FRINGE – Those portions of
used and no structure shall be located, must either be certified by a registered addition, such alterations or relocations evidence of such notifications to the above, the Board of Supervisors may the flood plain, other than the floodway,
extended, converted or structurally altered Professional Engineer or meet or exceed must be approved by the Department of Federal Emergency Management attach such conditions to the granting which can be filled, leveed, or otherwise
without full compliance with the terms the following minimum criteria: Natural Resources. Agency. of variance as it deems necessary to obstructed without causing substantially
of this Ordinance and other applicable a. A minimum of two openings having J. Subdivision (including factory-built f. Keep a record of all permits, appeals further the purpose of this Ordinance. higher flood levels or flow velocities.
regulations which apply to uses within the total net area of not less than one home parks and subdivisions) shall be and such other transactions and Such conditions may include, but not HISTORIC STRUCTURE – Any structure that
jurisdiction of this Ordinance. square inch for every square foot of consistent with the need to minimize correspondence pertaining to the necessarily be limited to: is:
D. Abrogation and Greater Restrictions enclosed area subject to flooding shall flood damages and shall have adequate administration of this Ordinance. a. Modification of waste disposal and A. Listed individually in the Natural
It is not intended by this Ordinance be provided. drainage provided to reduce exposure to B. Flood Plain Development Permit water supply facilities. Ordinance #7 to page 9
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Public Notices Thursday, August 4, 2011 • 9
Photos Courtesy of Female – Age 15-19
Male – Age 20-29
Male – Age 40-49
1st, Jay Hickman of Hampton; 2nd, Jerry Green of Faribault, MN;
3rd, Jeff Spear of Hampton.
1st, Patrick Huff of Waverly; 2nd, Lucus Hanson of Cedar Falls;
Beth Endelman 1st, Emily Currier of Allison. 3rd, Levi Hanson of Cedar Falls.
Male – Age 14 & Under
1st, Caleb Wedeking of Greene; 2nd, Brandon Heuer of Allison; Female – Age 50+
3rd, Addison Johnson of Greene. Female – Age 30-39
1st, Sally Marzen of Dougherty; 2nd, Deb Blockhus of Allison; 3rd,
1st, Bradi Johnson of Parkersburg; 2nd, Jean Stauffer of Allison;
Sandy Sessler of Aplington.
3rd, Monica Person of Adel.
Male – Age 30-39
Female – Age 14 & Under Male – Age 15-19 1st, Nick Hansen of Hampton; 2nd, Cody Teslow of Clarion; 3rd,
1st, Erin Person of Adel; 2nd, Morgan Davis of Greene; 3rd, Lau- 1st, Travis Konig of Nora Springs; 2nd, Daniel Huff of Waverly; Dana Benning of Waverly.
ren Jepperson of Greene. 3rd, Shaylon Lahr of Allison.
Male – Age 50+ Female – Age 40-49 Female – Age 20-19
1st, David Heyden; 2nd, Harold Colsh of Waverly (not pictured); 1st, Amy Hickman of Hampton; 2nd, Tracy Spear of Hampton; 3rd, 1st, Laura Sigmund of Jewel; 2nd, Tricia Haak of Cedar Falls; 3rd,
3rd, Robert Clark of Osage. Lori Fincher of Waverly. Sara Mouw of Greene (not pictured).
Ordinance #7 from page 8 effective date of flood plain management forms, nor does it include the installation on regarding Private Wells and On-Site Waste 220th Street from Union Ave east to Vail Ave taxpayers were present. No written or oral
Register of Historic Places, maintained by regulations adopted by the community. the property of accessory buildings such as Water Treatment. No taxpayers were be closed to all traffic, and comments were received and said Public
the Department of Interior, or preliminarily ONE HUNDRED (100) YEAR FLOOD – A garages or shed not occupied as dwelling present and no written or oral comments NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Hearing was closed.
determined by the Secretary of the Interior flood, the magnitude of which has a one units or not part of the main structure. For were received. Upon the close of the Public Butler County Board of Supervisors that At the time set to open bids for said project
as meeting the requirements for individual (1) percent chance of being equaled or a substantial improvement, the actual start Hearing, it was moved by Heidenwirth, the above described roads be closed and the following individuals were also present:
listing of the National Register. exceeded in any given year or which, on of construction means the first alteration of second by Reiher to adopt said Ordinance proper signs be erected for the duration of Chad Kelley, Waterloo, Iowa; Kyle
B. Certified or preliminarily determined by the the average, will be equaled or exceeded any wall, ceiling, floor, or other structural as follows: the construction projects as determined by DeBettignies, Mason City, Iowa; Steve
Secretary of the Interior as contributing to at least once every one hundred (100) part of the building, whether or not that ORDINANCE #14 the County Engineer. Sande, Humboldt, Iowa; Aaron Homan,
the historical significance of a registered years. alteration affects the external dimensions TITLE V: Public Order, Safety & Health BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that upon Waterloo, Iowa; and Milo Lien, Lake Mills,
historic district or a district preliminarily RECREATIONAL VEHICLE – a vehicle of the building. Code of Ordinances of Butler County, Iowa completion of the construction work, as Iowa.
determined by the Secretary to qualify as which is: STRUCTURE – Anything constructed or TITLE: An Ordinance repealing previous determined by the County Engineer, the The Board then proceeded to open bids for
a registered historic district: A. Built on a single chassis; erected on the ground or attached to County Ordinances 1, 2, 9 as amended, road shall be opened to the traveling public as follows:
C. Individually listed on state inventory of B. Four hundred (400) square feet or less the ground, including, but not limited to, and 10 regarding private wells and on-site without further action of this board. Cardinal Construction, Inc., Waterloo, Iowa
historic places in states with historic when measured at the largest horizontal buildings, factories, sheds, cabins, factory- waste water treatment. Upon Roll the vote thereon was as follows: $1,413,000.00
preservation programs which have been projection; built homes, storage tanks, and other WHEREAS, the Butler County, Iowa, Board AYES: Karl Nelson NAYS: None Huff Contracting, Inc., Waterloo, Iowa
approved by the Secretary of the Interior; C. Designed to be self-propelled or similar uses. of Health has now passed rules regarding Tom Heidenwirth $1,442,800.00
or, permanently towable by a light duty truck; SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE – Damage of any private wells and on-site waste water Mark Reiher Kehe Construction Co., Waverly, Iowa
D. Individually listed on a state inventory and origin sustained by a structure whereby the treatment as provided by Iowa law and ABSENT: None $1,449,384.00
of historic places in states with historic D. Designed primarily not for use as a cost of restoring the structure to its before the need no longer exists for ordinances WHEREUPON, said Resolution was duly Larson Contracting Central, Lake Mills, Iowa
preservation programs that have been permanent dwelling but as a temporary damage condition would equal or exceed currently in place by Butler County, Iowa, adopted this 19th day of July, 2011 . $1,392,750.00
certified by either (i) an approved state living quarters for recreation, camping, fifty (50) percent of the market value of the BE IT NOW ORDAINED by Butler County, ATTEST: Holly A. Fokkena, County Auditor Point Builders North, Inc., Mason City, Iowa
program as determined by the Secretary of travel or seasonal use. structure before the damage occurred. Iowa, as follows: Board approved claims as submitted. $1,499,000.00
the Interior or (ii) directly by the Secretary ROUTINE MAINTENANCE OF EXISTING SUBSTANTIAL IMPROVEMENT – Any SECTION 1: Repeal. The following Board discussed request from Greene Sande Construction & Supply Co., Inc.,
of the Interior in states without approved BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES – Repairs improvement to a structure which satisfies Ordinances: Jaycees for assistance from Secondary Humboldt, Iowa $1,341,731.00
programs. necessary to keep a structure in a safe either or the following criteria: Title V, Ordinances 1, 2, 9 as amended and Roads to relocate a shelter house to No action was taken pending review of the
LOWEST FLOOR – The floor of the lowest and habitable condition that do not trigger A. Any repair, reconstruction, or improvement 10, are hereby repealed in their entirety. facilitate the building of a new structure. bid documents by the architect and County
enclosed area in a building including a a building permit, provided they are not of a structure, the cost of which equals SECTION 2: Severability. If any section, Engineer John Riherd was present and Engineer. Final action to be taken on
basement except when all the following associated with a general improvement of exceeds fifty (50) percent of the provision or part of this ordinance shall indicated he did not feel it appropriate for Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at 9:30 a.m.
criteria are met: of the structure or repair of a damaged market value of the structure either (i) be adjudged unconstitutional or otherwise the County to participate in the project. Moved by Heidenwirth, second by Nelson to
A. The enclosed area is designed to flood structure. Such repairs include: before the “start of construction” of the invalid, such adjudication shall not affect The Board indicated their agreement. adjourn to Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at 9:00
to equalize hydrostatic pressure during A. Normal maintenance of structures such improvement, or (ii) if the structure has the validity of the ordinance as a whole or Heidenwirth agreed to communicate A.M. Motion carried.
floods with walls or openings that satisfy as re-roofing, replacing roofing tiles and been “substantially damaged” and is being any section, provision, or part thereof not decision to the Greene Jaycees. The above and foregoing is a true and correct
the provisions of Section III D1 of this replacing siding. restored, before the damage occurred. invalid or unconstitutional. Board met with Treasurer Louise Squires copy of the minutes and proceedings of a
Ordinance and; B. Exterior and interior painting, papering, The term does not, however, include any SECTION 3: When effective. This ordinance regarding the following: regular adjourned meeting of the Board of
B. The enclosed area is unfinished (not tiling, carpeting, cabinets, counter tops and project for improvement of a structure to shall be effective after its final passage, 1) Board reviewed the Treasurer’s Semi- Supervisors of
carpeted, dry walled, etc.) and used solely similar finish work comply with existing state or local health, approval and publication as provided by Annual Report and June 30, 2011 TJ-31-1
for low damage potential uses such as C. Basement sealing sanitary, or safety code specifications law. Investment Report and ordered placed
building access, parking or storage, and D. Repairing or replacing damaged or broken which are solely necessary to assure safe Passed and approved this 19th day of July, on file. 2) Board heard taxpayer request
C. Machinery and service facilities (e.g., hot window panes conditions for the existing use. The term 2011. for suspension of property taxes for
water heater, furnace, electrical service) E. Repairing plumbing systems, electrical also does not include any alteration of a Upon Roll the vote thereon was as follows: property located in Greene, Iowa. Moved
systems, heating or air conditioning “historic structure”, provided the alteration AYES: Karl Nelson NAYS: None by Heidenwirth, second by Nelson to PUBLIC NOTICE OF
contained in the enclosed area are located
systems and repairing wells or septic will not preclude the structure’s designation Tom Heidenwirth approve same. Motion carried. Sheriff STORM WATER DISCHARGE
at least one (1) foot above the 100-year
flood level, and systems as a “historic structure”. Mark Reiher Jason Johnson was present. 3) Squires The City of Clarksville plans to submit a No-
D. The enclosed area is not a “basement” as SPECIAL FLOOD HAZARD AREA – The B. Any addition which increase the original ABSENT: None addressed recent concerns noted in tice of Intent to the Iowa Department of Natural
defined in this section. land within a community subject to the floor area of a building by 25 percent or ATTEST: Holly A. Fokkena, Butler County correspondence dated June 28, 2011 from Resources to be covered under the NPDES
In cases where the lowest enclosed area “100-year flood”. This land is identified more. All additions constructed after (FIRM Auditor the Iowa Department of Human Services General Permit No. 2 “Storm Water Discharge
satisfies criteria a, b, c, and d above, the as Zone A on the community’s Flood DATE) shall be added to any proposed The 1st Reading of said Ordinance was requesting information regarding “internal Associated with Industrial Activity for Construc-
lowest floor is the floor of the next highest Insurance Rate Map. addition in determining whether the total approved. control over segregation of duties in the tion Activities”.
enclosed area that does not satisfy the START OF CONSTRUCTION – Includes increase in original floor space would It was further moved by Reiher, second by Treasurer’s Office.” Squires reported The Storm water discharge will be from con-
criteria above. substantial improvement, and means the exceed 25 percent. Heidenwirth to suspend the rules and that Auditor of State David A. Vaudt struction of new storm sewer and associated
MINOR PROJECTS – Small development date the development permit was issued, VARIANCE – A grant of relief by the waive the second and third reading of said has corresponded with the Iowa DHS work located in the W ½ of Section 18, T92N,
activities (except for filling, grading, and provided the actual start of construction, County from the terms of the flood plain Ordinance and proclaim the Ordinance indicating that “no audit findings relating R15W, and in the E ½ of the NE ¼ of Section
excavating) valued at less than $500. repair, reconstruction, rehabilitation, management regulations. adopted. Motion carried. to the Federal awards identified above 13, T92N, R16W, all within the City of Clarks-
NEW CONSTRUCTION – (new buildings, addition, placement, or other improvement, VIOLATION – The failure of a structure or Board met with County Engineer John Riherd were included on the Schedule of Findings ville, Butler County.
factory-built home parks) – Those was within 180 days of the permit date. The other development to be fully compliant to consider Resolution to close 220th Street and Questioned Costs or the Summary
Storm Water will be discharged from 2 point
structures or development for which the actual start means either the first placement with the community’s flood plain for repairs to the Iowa Northern crossing. Schedule of Prior Audit Findings.” Squires
sources and will be discharged to the backwa-
start of construction commenced on or permanent construction of a structure on management regulations. Moved by Heidenwirth, second by Reiher provided the Board a copy of her response
ters of the Shell Rock River.
or after the effective date of the Flood a site, such as pouring of a slab or footings, Passed and adopted this 19th day of July, to approve said Resolution. to the Iowa DHS and the Board found it
the installation of pile, the construction of 2011. Resolution #736 acceptable. The Board did request that Comments may be submitted to the Storm
Insurance Rate Map. Water Discharge Coordinator, IOWA DEPART-
NEW FACTORY-BUILT HOME PARK OR columns, or any work beyond the state of Upon Roll the vote thereon was as follows: Construction Road Closure Squires make every effort to work with
excavation; or the placement of a factory- AYES: Karl Nelson NAYS: None WHEREAS, The Butler County Board of the Office of Auditor of State to remedy MENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, Environ-
SUBDIVISION – A factory-built home
built home on a foundation. Permanent Tom Heidenwirth Supervisors is empowered under authority said segregation of duties concerns in the mental Protection Division, Henry A. Wallace
park or subdivision for the construction
construction does not include land Mark Reiher of the Code of Iowa to close roads or future. Building, 502 E 9th Street, Des Moines, Iowa
of facilities for servicing the lots on which
the factory-built homes are to be affixed preparation, such as clearing, grading and ABSENT: None highways under their jurisdiction when Board held a Public Hearing to hear public 50319-0034. The public may review the No-
(including at a minimum, the installation filling; nor does it include the installation of ATTEST: Holly A. Fokkena, County Auditor necessary for construction, and comments on proposed Allison Equipment tice of Intent from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday
of utilities, the construction of streets, and streets and/or walkways; nor does it include Board held a Public Hearing to consider WHEREAS, an Iowa Northern Railway at- & Maintenance Facility. Scott T. Blum, through Friday, at the above address after it has
either final site grading or the pouring of excavation for a basement, footings, piers, Ordinance Title V, No. 14 – Repealing grade railroad crossing construction project Accord Architecture was present, as been received by the department.
concrete pads) is completed on or after the or foundations or the erection of temporary Ordinances 1, 2, 9, as amended and 10 on 220th Street near Vail Ave requires that was County Engineer John Riherd. No TJ-31-1