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Rockwell City Corn Daze
expands in second year
Sweet Corn Daze on Saturday, Aug. 6, in Rock- served there. All other Sweet Corn Daze events
well City, in its second yea as an annual event took place on the square.
sponsored by the Rockwell City Chamber and A beer garden at Lynch’s with a street dance in
Development attracted numerous people fron the evening was a new feature this year to add
around the area and brought back some natives to something for the adults. A popular area band, Vi-
the town who took the opportintiy to see friends nyl, performed old favorites.
and families. The Twin Lakes Triathlon took place on the
Although, the primary driving force behind the same day as it did last year. Rather than detracting
creation of Corn Daze, Randy Patterson, died last from each other the two events complement each
December, his vision of an event unique to Rock- other with many people attending both events.
well City has been carried on. Numerous vendors provided a variety of food
Organizers added new features to improve the items.
already popular celebration, such as an antique Other activities included the Sweet Corn Daze
tractor show, vintage snowmobile show and quilt Flea Market, the kiddie parade, the Bill Riley tal-
show. ent show at the bandstand, inflatables and games,
The parade went from the former high school Bingo at Amvets, and Supper on the Square.
(now the SCC Middle School) to the square. At Long-time community supporter Martin Hil-
the fairgrounds, a figure 8 racewas held . The trac- dreth served as parade marshal this year.
tor show was at the Depot with root beer floats
Ally Rueter had some of sweet Jousting was a popular activity at the Sweet Corn Daze celebration. (Graphio-
corn made fresh at the celebra-
tion. (Graphio-Advocate photo by Farmer seeks new engineer’s report Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
Ken Ross) the DOT would reconsider a request for dredg-
Four file for RCL Board;
By Ken Ross
Graphic-Advocate Editor ing the ditch if an independent engineer reached
a different conclusion. Wuebker said that private
What’s Happening Larry Wuebker, a farmer who has been un-
SC seat has no candidate
successful in a request to the Iowa Department engineers do not want to go against the DOT be-
of Transportation for action to clear a drainage cause the DOT is the biggest source of employ-
Monday, Aug. 15: 7:30 p.m.
ditch, appeared at the Calhoun County Board of ment for that kind of work.
GGG Club at the home of Judy By Ken Ross
Supervisors meeting on Aug. 2 to get help re- The supervisors informed Wuebker that there
Howrey. Graphic-Advocate Editor
solving what he describes as a drainage problem was little they could do when the engineers they
Tuesday, Aug. 16: 1:30-5:30
that could have disastrous consequences in the have on contract tell them there is not a problem One incumbent is running for election to the school board in each of the whole-grade
p.m. Farnhamville Community sharing districts of Southern Cal and Rockwell City/Lytton, while one incumbent in
future. (The county’s engineer, Ron Haden, does not
Blood Drive at Cooperative each district has decided not to be on the ballot for the Sept. 13 school board election.
According to Wuebker, silt 34 inches deep re- have expertise in this field).
Community Room, 105 Gar- In the case of the SC District 1 seat currently held by Tom Campbell, no candidate has
sulted from a change in an inadequate culvert The supervisors aaid would be opening the
field. filed for that seat. Mark Schleisman is unopposed for reelection to his district 2 seat on
that was installed during construction of the new county up to a potential lawsuit by a project that
Thursday, Aug. 18: 9 a.m. The
section of Highway 20. He said that most of the would increase the levy in a drainage district the SC Board.
Calhoun County Board of Hu-
silt has washed down but this has only spread without advice from experts that it is needed. Each board has five members and terms are for four years.
man Resources will meet in the
out the problem and that there is still standing Mike Sexton currently serves as board president of the RCL board and was elected
Activity Room of the Court- as an at-large candidate. He will now be on the ballot unopposed fro the district 1 seat
water where scum is growing. In a related matter County Engineer Ron
house Annex, 515 Court Street,
Wuebker said that a DOT engineering study, Haden advised the county not the pay more for currently held by John Weiss.
supported by an engineering study contracted by a drainage tile project ina seperate area than is There are three candidates for the at-large position. These include Michele Boyd of
Saturday, Aug. 20: Lohrville Rockwell City, Luke Haffner of Lytton and Ron Maulsby of Rockwell City.
the county has indicated that the new culvert is recommended by established standards. Haden
Park Shelter Renovation work Nomination petitions had to be filed with school board secretaries by 5 p.m. on Aug.
adequate to handle drainage, as well as it can be said some property owners begin projects with-
day at the City Park Shelter. 4.
handle in an area with very little slope. out firs getting permission or even consulting
Sunday, Aug. 21: Pancake In the RCL District, a public measure will also be on the ballot containing proposed
Wuebker said the DOT has informed him that the county first.
Breakfast at University 40. wording regarding the use of revenue from the state one cent sales tax for education.
The vote on this measure will not affect tax rates in the district.
Manson triathlete comes in first; top female has Olympic hopes
By Ken Ross
Taylor Huseman, a 2011 graduate of Manson High
School, won the first Triathlon he ever competed in
on Aug. 6 during the annual Twin Lakes half Olympic
distance sanctioned event.
Huseman, son of Brenda and Frank Huseman of
Manson, turns 19 in September after he begins college
at the University of South Dakota with a double major
in Sports Medicine and Music.
Running has been his primary focus of athletic
participation in the past and he will be running at
USD. He trained for the swimming and biking parts
of the Triathlon but still regarded the three-event
competition as an adjustment to his previous activities.
Swimming was the most difficult part because fog
made it difficult to see where he was going.
Regardless of the difficulties, Huseman was able to
overcome them and finish with a time of 1:04:55, two
minutes and one second ahead of the second place
time of Karl Larsen of Decorah. Larsen had also come
in second last year. He shaved several minutes off of
his time from last year and, in fact, had a better time
than the winning time last year. Youth dominated the top performances at the fifth annual
The fastest time in the women’s category was Twin Lakes Half-Olympic Distance Triathlon on Aug. 6. Par-
achieved by Holland Smith, a 13-year-old from St. ticipants swam .47 miles across North Twin Lake, biked twice
Joseph, Mo. around the lake on the roadway (12.4 miles) and then ran 3.1
Holland started racing when she was six and has miles on the Twin Lakes Recreation Trail. Taylor Huseman,
participated in numerous triathlons. This is the first 18, from Manson, far left, had a first place finish. Holland
time she has participated in the Twin Lakes Triathlon. Smith, left, the top female finisher is perhaps the youngest
During the summer, Holland Smith travels with her competititor at the event at 13. Both Huseman and Smith will
parents every weekend in their motor home and they soon have birthdays and for purposes of registration, were
ended up at the Twin Lakes Triathlon on Saturday. both listed a year older than their actual age on Aug. 6. The
top team is from Fort Dodge and includes (left to right), Co-
lin Pearson, 17, Josh Willwerth, 20, and Keaton Williams, 18.
(Graphic-Advocate photos by Ken Ross)
2 The Graphic-Advocate commentary August 3, 2011
invisible By Ken Ross,
Information submitted for the restrained in interjecting opinions on a page.
newspaper is usually not in standard in such articles, I may start with a As a side note, it is impractical for
news format. Let’s say, for example, reasonable assessment of the need the staff at most newspapers to gather
an announcement about a fund- or quality of the service or program as much background information or
raising bake sale for a family whose provided, with supporting facts later to seek diverse viewpoints as often
house was destroyed by fire ends in the article. as would be ideal. Time limitations
with a suggestion to, “Come to A common type of filler item require us to use the resources
the bake sale, pick out a delicious is a list of helpful tips, such as most readily available. There are
pie and show your support for the how to conserve fuel, raise better recourses for people who believe
wonderful Kranklut family.” tomatoes or build explosives from that false or misleading information
Most people see nothing wrong household items. This is like a has been provided or significant
with this, but I recoil in horror at the separate category of writing. It’s details omitted.
thought of such a thing appearing in not standard news format because The way we deal with candidates
the paper. I often wake up in a cold it contains imperative sentences (do for statewide or federal office who
sweat in the middle of the night and
cry out in anguish, “How do we
this, do that and so forth), often from
campaign in our coverage area is to
put forth each candidate’s viewpoint
know the pie will be delicious?” So when is standard news format as it is presented and provide the By guest writer Renee Sweers ISU Extension Nutrition
The pie could turn out to be quite used? It is used in articles about same opportunity to the candidate’s
dreadful. And do we really know government entities (frequently opponent if and when the opponent and Health Program Specialist
these Kranklut people? They might board or council meeting articles), comes to our coverage area, rather
not be wonderful at all. Anyway, we accidents, arrests, disasters, and than present a full debate within
Canning is making a comeback! Preserving the harvest uum seal in the jar. Unfortunately, this does not mean
have no business telling people to go community events, among other each campaign article.
from your garden (or someone else’s) is a time-honored the product was safely canned. Follow tested recipes and
to a bake sale. We should just inform items that are considered the nuts Much of our information about
tradition that is gaining popularity. Home food preserva- processes to ensure the food is safe to eat.
them that a bake sale will take place and bolts of news reporting. area events is e-mailed, faxed or
tion is not difficult, but in order to be done safely, spe- Experimenting with canning recipes is not recom-
and let them make up their own Opinions and suggestions in dropped off.
cific guidelines must be followed. mended.
minds whether or not to go. standard news articles should be in Sometimes a submitted item will be
ISU Extension has always been a go-to source for up- It is fun and trendy to be creative when cooking, but for
No one understands my torment, quotations, for example - “Come to discarded, which is the fate for most
to-date food preservation information. We have recently canning; a USDA tested recipe should be used. A can-
not the general public, not even my the bake sale, pick out a delicious non-local submissions even when in
revised all of our food preservation publications and are ning recipe from the neighbor, a random cookbook, the
colleagues. After all, people won’t pie and show your support for standard news format. Sometimes
introducing a new food preservation course Preserve the internet, etc… is not necessarily from a tested source.
hold it against the newspaper if a the wonderful Kranklut family,” the press release is heavily edited
Taste of Summer. This course provides both online les- Tested recipes have determined what it takes to get ad-
pie purchased at a bake sale is not said Pat Pastrypusher, chairman and sometimes the material is placed
sons and hands-on workshops for anyone interested in equate heat penetration to the coldest part of the jar... the
delicious. of the Kranklut Family Bake Sale in the paper with little or no editing.
learning how to safely preserve foods. center. Tested recipes and processes take into consider-
“That’s not the point,” I try to Committee. Editing is particularly necessary
Preserve the Taste of Summer covers food safety and ation the acidity, density, water activity of the food and
explain to anyone who will listen, “If A quote may be either a direct quote for notices that are too short to have
canning basics, water bath and pressure canning, making even the size of jar being used.
we accept this kind of reporting in a within quotation marks containing a byline. When a specific author is
pickles and jams, and freezing and dehydrating foods. Acid (lemon juice or citric acid) needs to be added to
bake sale announcement, that puts the exact words that were said or an not identified, any statement in an
Participants can choose which area of food preservation home canned tomatoes.
us onto the slippery slope of having indirect quote, which is a paraphrase article becomes an assertion of the
they want to learn about or take the entire course. When The acidity of tomatoes varies depending on the vari-
regular news stories contain material of what was said that is not put newspaper.
the pre-requisite online courses are completed, partici- ety of tomato, the soil conditions, and even the weather.
that is not in standard news format. within quotation marks. Whether the Earlier in my career, before I came
pants will be able to participate in hands on workshops Lemon juice or citric acid should be added to each jar
That can only lead to depravity and quote is direct or indirect, the quote to Calhoun County, I received a press
where they will do some actual canning, freezing, and of home canned tomatoes to ensure adequate acid level.
chaos.” needs to be attributed to a person release about a religious musical
dehydrating. Registration for the course is done online I have visited with experienced canners that are not fa-
Trying to explain what is meant by other than the writer of the article. event. The press release had phrases
at www.ucs.iastate.edu/mnet/preservation/home.html. miliar with this process, although it is not a new recom-
standard news format causes eyes to For such non-controversial items regarding the spiritual benefits
Here are some common misconceptions I have en- mendation.
glaze over, the way young children as a bake sale announcement, the provided by the event. I edited out
countered when teaching about home food preservation. Are you interested in learning how to preserve food at
react when you explain the difference writer does not need to be concerned those phrases and subsequently
Although grandma sealed jars of jam with paraffin home? Do you need to update your canning knowledge?
between an elliptic paraboloid and a about balance. It isn’t necessary to received a visit from a disturbed
(wax) on top, it is no longer considered safe. It may not Would you like to learn more about freezing or drying
hyperbolic paraboloid. At the risk seek out the opinions of people who pastor wanting an explanation for
be safe to can the way grandma did. Science has come a foods? Contact your local county ISU Extension office
of causing glazed eyes, I will try to might be skeptical regarding the the modification.
long way in almost all areas of life since ‘grandma’s day’ to learn about food preservation resources or register for
explain standard news format. potential deliciousness of the pies The pastor did not understand
and home food preservation is no exception. Home food Preserve the Taste of Summer at www.ucs.iastate.edu/
This column, like all commentary, or to quote people who think the my explanation of standard news
preservers should educate themselves on the most up-to- mnet/preservation/home.html.
is not in standard news format. Krankluts are, in fact, scum. format. I’m not too concerned that
date recommendations and recipes.
We expect commentary to contain Whether or not the subject is people don’t always understand that
A sealed jar is not necessarily a safe jar. Renee Sweers serves ISU Region 6 in Cherokee and
suggestions and subjective controversial, the writer should not a newspaper decides what appears
It is true; part of the canning process is creating a vac- Ida Counties.
statements. be seen as having an opinion about in the newspaper. What disturbs
Commentary sometimes appears anything. Although an article of any me is the difficulty in remaining
in newspapers other than on
opinion pages, such as inspirational
messages on a church page and
length should include a byline, the
writer should otherwise be invisible.
A writer of a standard news article
When we receive a press release
that requires a complete rewrite, I
Empty Nest By Curt Swarm
advice columns or movie reviews on has to determine how to gather might need to take the color out of
an entertainment page. information, what information to the article or start from scratch to
Sports writing has its own include or leave out, how to organize obtain quotes for color. If I leave
format that differs from standard that information, when to include the writer’s byline in or add a byline Twenty-four days without rain, or so the owner of a as good as it looked in the photo I took of it. I’m a card-
news format. Sports writers aren’t background information for clarity, after getting permission to do so, nightclub in Burlington proclaimed, as we watched the carrying chocoholic.
expected to be objective. They when to seek other viewpoints for I feel limited in modifying the lightening strike and the rain slam in sheets across the It rained most of the way home. As I drew near to Mt.
support local teams and interject balance and how to answer questions text other than basic grammar and Mississippi River. The nightclub afforded a spectacular Pleasant, the rain stopped and the pavement became dry.
colorful comments. that arise without challenging spelling corrections. view of the river and city. (Oh, yes. Burlington is a city. “Maybe it was so hot the rain has dried up,” I tried to tell
Human-interest features sometimes readers’ attention spans. For convenience I have gone In Iowa, any gathering larger than 2000 is a city.) I said myself optimistically. Nope. When I got home, nary a
deviate from standard news format Skills needed for writing standard further and further down the slippery a little prayer of thanks for the rain, knowing without a drop had fallen on dry-as-bone Mt. Pleasant.
to also include colorful observations news differ from skills used for other slope to depravity and chaos. I don’t doubt that the punishing storm in Burlington was also Over the next few days, I watched the sky darken, the
and subjective statements, but this writing formats. Ironically, the better always get a chance to proofread the blistering Mt. Pleasant, 30 miles to the west. My lawn lightening crack, and Holly Dog freak out—typically the
varies from one writer to another. a writer is at standard news writing, material that is included in the paper was like straw: it crackled when I walked across it. If harbinger of sky moisture. Nope again.
Some writers interject colorful the more invisible he or she is. The by other staff members. Even for a passing motorist tossed out a match, I’m sure a grass In disgust, I packed a bag, mounted the bike on the back
comments in articles on such things goal is for people to not think of an the material I place myself, I tend to fire would have started. One of my young maple trees, of the Buick, and headed for the Katy Trail in Missouri.
as new businesses and non-profit article as being written by a person leave in more and more submitted that had been in the ground three years, was dropping It was my birthday and I intended on having some fun. It
activities. Although I’m fairly at all, but simply as facts that appear material with few or no adjustments. it’s leaves from the drought. And all this following the was now 30 days since any appreciable rain.
I still make modifications based on wettest June in history. Go figure. On the way home from the Katy Trail, it rained most of
standard news format but it is getting All around us had been receiving drenching rain, Des the way. I knew better than to get my hopes up. Northern
increasingly difficult to say, “We Moines, Iowa City, St. Louis. It was like the weather hit Missouri is green and lush, almost like a tropical paradise
The Graphic-Advocate don’t do that” regarding comments the boot-tip of Iowa, split, and either went north or south. with the rain and heat. At rest stops, motorists pulling
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Police NORTHEY COMMENTS ON IOWA
CROPS AND WEATHER REPORT
Vehicle stolen, wrecked causing severe damage to the truck and trailer, according to the
On July 23, at about 8:50 p.m., a 2004 Sierra GMC pickup Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department. DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary of Agri- cent very short, 23 percent short, 70 percent
belonging to William D. Quade of Sommers, and driven by an culture Bill Northey today commented on the adequate, and 3 percent surplus.
unknown individual was involved in an accident on County Road On July 28 at about 6:40 p.m. Heather M. Spetman, 30, Early, Iowa Crops and Weather report released by
D-26 in Knierim, according to the Calhoun County Sheriff’s was travelling west on Highway 20 a half mile east of N-65 when a the USDA National Agricultural Statistical Nearly all of the corn crop is tasseling and
Department. The vehicle was east bound went it went off the road deer came onto the highway and struck the vehicle, according to the Service. The report is released weekly from silking. Sixty-seven percent of the corn crop
on the south side, then crossed both lanes of traffic, struck railroad Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department. April through October. has reached the milk stage, behind last year’s
ties on the north side of the road, went sideways into a railroad “The break in the heat and rain toward the 77 percent but ahead of the normal 61 per-
crossing light pole which knocked a rear tire from the axle. The On Aug. 3 at about 6:15 p.m. Todd O. Williams, 46, Manson, was end of last week was a very welcome change cent. Nineteen percent of the corn crop has
vehicle spun around, coming to rest in the west bound lane of traffic. driving east about 1.5 miles east of the intersection of Highway 7 and good news for both crop and livestock reached dough stage, behind last year’s 34
and N-65 when a deer came onto the road and was struck by the farmers. The weather has also allowed hay percent and the average 23 percent. Corn in
Operating vehicle without consent 2002 Dodge Intrepid, according to the Calhoun County Sheriff’s harvest to continue and second cutting of al- the dent stage is not yet widespread, but even
On Aug. 2, at 3 p.m., Ronnie A. Kraft, Yetter, reported to the Department. falfa is now ahead of the five-year average,” in a normal year only 3 percent of the crop
Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department that a 1992 Chevy Astro van Northey said. “Hopefully the more season- would be in dent. Corn condition declined
was taken at the residence. The matter remains under investigation. Failure to maintain control able weather forecast for this week will ben- slightly to 2 percent very poor, 5 percent
An accident that occurred at about midnight on July 27 on Xenia efit crops stressed by the heat.” poor, 20 percent fair, 51 percent good, and
Thefts reported Avenue has resulted in a charge of failure to maintain control against
The weekly report is also available on the 22 percent excellent. Ninety-five percent of
Sometime between July 30 and Aug. 1, approximately $2,700 in Travis, D. Monroe, 30, Jolley, according to the Calhoun County
Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land the soybean crop is blooming, between the
cash and credit card receipts were taken from Woody’s on Twin Sheriff’s Department. No one was present when the accident
Stewardship’s website at www.IowaAgri- previous year’s 96 percent and the five-year
Lakes Road, according to the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department. involving a 1995 Pontiac Firebird was found by law enforcement.
According to the report, marks on the side of the road indicate that culture.gov or on USDA’s site at www.nass. average of 94 percent. Pods are being set on
On July 30 at about , the theft of a wallet, $60 in cash, a military ID, the driver fell asleep and drifted onto the right shoulder, the driver usda.gov/ia. The report follows here: 69 percent of the soybean crop compared
debit card, and social security card belonging to Daniel J. Neddle, woke up and overcorrected, crossing the center line, overcorrected MORE SEASONABLE WEATHER with 79 percent last year at this time and the
Lohrville, was stolen from a parked vehicle at Sparky’s One Stop in again causing the vehicle to go into a broadslide, entered a deep Even with a return to seasonable weather, average 76 percent. Soybean condition was
Lake City, according to the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department. dredge ditch, rolled and came to rest in water. many farmers would like to see more rain. nearly unchanged from previous reports at 1
High winds accompanying storms on Satur- percent very poor, 5 percent poor, 19 percent
Burglary reported Leaving the scene day downed trees and damaged grain bins fair, 52 percent good and 23 percent excel-
A burglary is being investigated that occurred between July 14 and On July 24, Steven A. Grause, 39, Lytton, was charged with in parts of central and south central Iowa. lent. Ninety-one percent of the oat crop has
July 25 at the rural Rockwell City residence of Gary J. McIntyre, failure to report a personal injury accident and failure to wear a Soybean aphid populations have warranted been harvested, behind last year’s 92 percent
according to the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department. Taken were safety belt following an accident about 45 minutes after midnight spraying in many areas and Goss’ wilt has but ahead of the normal 85 percent. Second
a bag of coins, a 12-pack of beer and a GPS with connections. The on N-28 just south of the intersection with D-15, according to been reported in some Iowa corn fields in cutting alfalfa hay harvest, at 93 percent
GPS accounted for about $150 of the total $180 in estimated value the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department. The driver was south central to north central Iowa. complete, is ahead of last year’s 87 percent
of the stolen items. bound, had reportedly fallen asleep at the wheel, went into the west There were 6.2 days suitable for field- and the normal 90 percent. Third cutting
ditch, striking a “Stop Ahead” sign and continued on in the ditch, work statewide during the past week. Only alfalfa hay harvest advanced to 21 percent
Traffic accidents striking a power pole and a rise in the ditch. Grause, reportedly then west central, southwest, and south central complete, behind both last year and normal.
On July 28, Leroy W. Gemberling, 54, rural Lohrville, was driving fled on foot. A deputy arrived at the scene at 1:38 a.m. Grause laid Iowa had less than 6.0 days suitable. Topsoil The condition of the hay crop is reported
a pickup pulling a trailer used for heavy equipment south on N-65 down in the ditch, hiding from law enforcement and subsequently moisture levels rated 10 percent very short, at 3 percent very poor, 11 percent poor, 33
about 2 miles south of Lohrville, when he heard a load noise from stated that he drank 2 or 3 beers and was scared, according to the 28 percent short, 60 percent adequate, and 2 percent fair, 43 percent good, and 10 percent
the trailer caused by a blown out tire, pulled over and jack-knifed, investigating officer. percent surplus. Subsoil moisture rated 4 per- excellent.
Prices Good Sunday, MONTH DAY - Saturday MONTH DAY, 2011
MEAT LAKE CITY, IOWA FOODS
7 99 3 49
USDA Choice BNLS 93% Lean Store Hours: Mon. - Sat. 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sun. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Steak Round lb.
USDA Choice BNLS
2 99 2/ 5 00
Tip Clamshell- fresh USA Premium
Steak Cut Chops Blueberries
lb. lb. 1 pt. Cantaloupe ea.
3 99 3 99
Gold N Plump
Whole Fryers 3.5 lb. Bing Cherries lb.
Angus Burgers 2 lb. 7 99 (california freestrone)
Fresh Peaches lb. 1 39
Farm Fresh (frozen) (mexico iceless)
Fryer Breasts 3 lb. Green Onions
Farmland (reg or thick)
Bacon 16 oz. 4 29 Green Giant (fresh)
Russett Potatoes 5 lb. 2 99
Oscar Mayer (many selections)
Lunch Meats 16 oz.
FROZEN foods Betty Crocker (pouches)
Muffin or Brownie 6.5 oz. 3/3 00
Shoppers (all varieties)
Ice Cream 5 00 2/ Toaster Pastries
Banquet (all varieties)
10/10 00 Fruit Snacks
Welchs (all selections)
TV Dinners 10 ct.
3/10 00 White Vinegar
Jacks Pizzas 1 gal.
Hot Pockets 75 oz.
Crystal Farms (all selections)
2/4 00 Mashed Potatoes
15.3 oz. 1 99
Crystal Farms (all selections)
2/4 00 Granulated Sugar
4 lb. 2
Flavorite (all selections)
Simply Orange 69 Tomatoes
3 Tomato Sauce 14.5 oz.
AE (all selections)
Chip Dip 8 oz. 89 Pizza Crust Mix Betty Crocker
Beverage Buys 6.5 oz.
24 pack, 12 oz. cans 24 pack, 12 oz. cans 24 pack, 12 oz. cans 30 pack, 12 oz. cans
7Up, Sunkist or Pepsi, Mt Dew Bud or Bud Keystone Light
A&W or Dr Pepper Light
6 99 7 39 17 49 14 95
4 The Graphic-Advocate Public Notices August 10, 2011
THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT ACCO, Pool Chemicals ............................. Lexis – Nexis, law library .....................108.00 Sage, Sandy, jun 2011 mlg ..................174.00
CALHOUN COUNTY 60.55
Ace Ops, Training Cds......................... 198.00
Lifeworks Community Service, wrkshp 789.32
Lytton Town Crier, subscription ..............30.00
Sauter, Pollyann, contract labor.............49.50
Schmit, Joleen, jun 2011 mlg...............257.00 Let us put your
print AD on the WEB!
IN THE ESTATE OF AFLAC, Cancer ................................... 514.44 Mail Services, aug 2011 renewals .......330.66 Schossow, Shelly, jun 2011 mlg ..........597.00
Ag Source Laboratories, Lab Analysis 990.80 Mayer, Leisa, jun 2011 mlg ....................95.00 Seavert, Nancy, jun 2011 mlg ..............214.00
HAZEL M. GASKILL Allied Insurance, Premium................. 3265.45 Med Pass, forms....................................47.99 Share Corp, supplies ...........................409.77
Amazon.Com, Books/Dvd ................... 205.40 Mediacom, monthly service .................106.87 St Anthony Regional Hosp, services ... 112.94 The Graphic-Advocate
Probate No. ESPR501578 Automatic Systems Co, Cpu Repairs .1131.00 Med-Media Inc, annual maint ..............650.00 Star Energy LLC, june 2011 fuel.......5,484.49 Have
Ask your account representative
Baker & Taylor, Books ........................ 589.88 Mercy Medical Center-Sioux Cit, regist .35.00 Stewart Memorial Hosp., med supplies350.92
for more details about our
Carlson Autobody, Vehicle Repair ....... 153.64
NOTICE OF PROOF OF WILL WITHOUT Meth-Farrington, Tinasupplies ...............79.77 Sukovaty, Linda, jun 2011 mlg .............146.00 Preferred Partners Program,
Reprints of photos
found in the
The Graphic -
Carroll Refuse, Waste Collection ....... 7637.52 Metro Waste Authority, contract labor2,194.36
can be purchased at
ADMINISTRATION Teague, Shellyjun 2011 mlg...................17.50 www.TheGraphic-
712 - 464 - 3188
click on “view/buy
photos” in the left side
Center Point Publ., Large Print Books . 206.70 Metzger, Kelly, jun 2011 mlg ................237.50 Telvent Dtn, misc maint. ......................148.50
To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Central Iowa Dist, Supplies ................ 154.80 MidAmerican Energy, service ...........2,588.46 The Phone Store, fax cartridge..............49.98
Hazel M. Gaskill, Deceased, who died on or City Of Rockwell City, City Repay.......... 67.05 Mohr, Tami L, jun 2011 mlg ..................181.89 The Richmond Center, services ..........252.24
about July 2, 2011: Crystal Clear Windows, Window Clean 414.00 New Hope Village, mr pre-voc ..........5,737.62 Trinity Regional Med Center, medical ..189.16
You are hereby notified that on the 26th day
of July, 2011, the last will and testament of
David Ahlrichs, Custodial Contract ...... 320.00
David King , Supplies .......................... 168.00
Office Elements, election suppl credit .526.54
O’keefe Elevator Co, agreement .........890.28
Trinity Regional Medical Cente, educ ..245.00
Twin Lakes Utilities, monthly service 1,007.47
The Graphic - Advocate
Hazel M. Gaskill, deceased, bearing date of the Delp Auto & Truck, Vehicle Repair......... 75.00 Passow, Denise, jun 2011 mlg.............428.00 U S Cellular, monthly service...............470.11 Rockwell City Office 712-297-7544, email@example.com - Lake City Office 712-464-3188, firstname.lastname@example.org - www.thegraphic-advocate.com
16th day of November, 1992, was admitted to DEMCO, Magazine Subscriptions ....... 784.43 Peglar, Mauratherapy/med mgt ...........126.00 Vanguard Appraisals Inc, misc maint 1,200.00
probate in the above named court and there will DENCO Highway Const, Final Pay 105834.24 Petzenhauser, Byron, well closure ......127.50 Vogel, Kristin, jun 2011 mlg ...................32.00
be no present administration of the estate. Any Equitable Financial, Deferred Comp...... 80.00 Peyton, Charles, jun 2011 mlg...............58.50 Voorde, Cindy, supplies .......................391.00
action to set aside the will must be brought in Hendricks Law, Legal Services............ 214.00 Pocahontas Co. Sheriff, sheriff fees ......53.00 Webster Co Community Services, servi120.00
the district court of the county within the later IA Office Supply, Inc, Office Supplies .... 79.79 Psychiatry Lee & Assoc, therapy/med ...74.00 Webster County Sheriff, service fee ......43.00
to occur of four months from the date of the Iowa Dot, Supplies............................... 121.66 Qwest, monthly service .........................13.58 Wellmark Inc, aug 2011 cobra .............543.22
second publication of this notice or one month Iowa Dept Of Natural Res, Conference . 90.00 R & D Industries Inc, maint ....................81.89 Williams, Cecil, cabin refund ................. 80.00
from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs Iowa Workforce, Unemployment ........ 277.21 RDJ Specialties Inc, misc maint ..........258.14 Windstream, phone srv/712-465-2004 558.65
of the decedent and devisees under the will IPERS, Ipers ...................................... 6918.01 Region V Hazardous Mat Respons ..2,417.50 Winters, Anna, contract labor ................67.50
whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, Martin Hildreth Co, Jet Machine .......... 920.00 Riley, Barb, jun 2011 mlg .....................244.50 Wright Express/Fleet Service, fuel ......138.89
or thereafter be forever barred. Micromarketing LLC, Books ................ 120.43 Sac City Drug, meds..............................75.85 Xerox Capital Services LLC, rental......166.37
Dated this 28th day of July, 2011. Mid American Energy, Gas/Electric ... 7919.24 Sac County Sheriffs Off, service fee ......47.00 GRAND TOTAL ...........................288,295.41
Misty Ratetter, Cc Depoit Refund .......... 50.00
Beryl Jean Early MTI Distributing, Mower Repairs ........... 61.15
N.A.F.T.A., Fed/Fica Tax .................... 4186.65
North American Salt, Softner Salt ...... 3322.17
Gordon L. Madson Pamela Nees, Cc Deposit Refund ......... 50.00 visionsfortdodge.com
P.O. Box 788, 931 Main Street Petty Cash, Petty Cash-Postage ........... 75.00
Manson, IA 50563 Postmaster, Postage/Bills .................... 264.88 1805 5th Ave. S., Fort Dodge, IA
Attorney for Estate Recorded Books, LLC, Audio Books ..... 71.50
Roto-Rooter Sewer Ser, Clean ........... 150.00
Date of second publication: 10th day of Shoppers Supply, Equipment ................ 51.98
August, 2011. State Library – Iowa, EBSCO ............... 93.36
TL Construction, Rosies Wall ............ 8000.00
Celebrating 62 Years of Better Hearing Care
03, 10 adv. Treasurer – State W/H, State Taxes . 2000.00
TS Electric, Repairs ............................. 357.75 BerrY HearinG aiD &
PROBATE NOTICE Union State Bank, Savings .................. 500.00
Us Cellular, Cellular Service .................. 92.80
VIRGINIA MAE CURRY USA Bluebook, Supplies...................... 341.92
Vernon Manufacturing, Repair ............. 257.50
THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT Walmart, Programming .......................... 70.09
CALHOUN COUNTY Windstream Iowa Comm, Telephone... 910.13
IN THE ESTATE OF Paid Total ....................................... 161693.12
VIRGINIA MAE CURRY RC-L Community School District
Public Hearing Notice • Complete Hearing Test & Hearing Aid Evaluation
Probate No. ESPR501580
Revenue Purpose Statement
Monday, August 15, 2011 @ 7:00 p.m. in
• Computerized Hearing Aid Analysis & Fittings
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF
APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND
RC-L Middle School Media Center • Custom Made Sound Molds, Swim Molds, Etc.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. The RC-L Community School District will For an appointment call
be conducting Revenue Purpose Statement
To All Persons Interested in the Estate of hearing on Monday, August 15, 2011, at 7:00
Virginia Mae Curry, Deceased, who died on or
about July 31, 2011.
p.m. in the RC-L Middle School Media Center. 9 N. 18th St. • Fort Dodge Coral M. Jud.
Dr. Coral M. Jud
The public will have a chance to ask questions Lake City Service Center- 2nd Thursday each month Audiologist
You are hereby notified that on the 3rd day of regarding the adoption of a new Revenue
August, 2011, The Last Will and Testament of Purpose Statement which will be included on
Virginia Mae Curry, deceased, bearing date of the ballot at the September 13th board election
the 31st day of October, 2007, was admitted to
probate in the above named court and that Jay
Board of Supervisors
Tony’s Appliance Repair
Anderson was appointed executor of the estate.
Calhoun County Courthouse
Any action to set aside the will must be brought
Rockwell City, Iowa
in the district court of said county within the later
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
to occur of four months from the date of the
second publication of this notice or one month
We repair all major brands and appliances!
The Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County
from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs
of the decedent and devisees under the will
met with the following members present:
Nicholson, by telephonic - Hoag Sr. and
Serving Lake City
whose identities are reasonably ascertainable,
or thereafter be forever barred.
Agenda additions: None Appliance Repair Technician
Notice is further given that all persons
indebted to the estate are requested to make
It was moved by Nicholson and seconded by
(712) 660-3795 surrounding area.
Jacobs to approve the agenda. Ayes all. Motion
immediate payment to the undersigned, and
creditors having claims against the estate
shall file them with the clerk of the above
The minutes of the last meeting were read.
email@example.com Taking Business August 1st
It was moved by Nicholson and seconded by
named district court, as provided by law, duly
Jacobs to approve the minutes. Ayes all. Motion
authenticated, for allowance, and unless so
filed by the later to occur of four months from
It was moved by Nicholson & seconded by
the second publication of this notice or one
Jacobs to review the claims 26074
month from the date of mailing of this notice
through 26292 and warrants 501928 through
(unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is
501962 and were allowed as endorsed. Ayes
thereafter forever barred.
all. Motion carried.
Dated this 3rd day of August, 2011
It was moved by Hoag, Sr. & seconded by
Nicholson to approve the following Resolution:
2773 270th St.
NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the
Kamrar, IA 50132
Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County,
Executor of Estate
Iowa, that on this 26th day of July, 2011, that
William D. Kurth
transfer #490 in the amount of $50,000.00 be August 13th
823 West Main, P.O. Box 126
transferred from the General Basic Fund to the
Capital Projects Fund (Ambulance Building), a
Lake City, IA 51449
Attorney for Executor
budgetary procedure. Ayes all. Motion carried. &
Ron Haden, Engineer and Steve Goins, Jeremy Hawkins
Assistant to the Engineer met with the Board to
Date of second publication, 17th day of
update them on Secondary Road Projects.
Jane Condon and Kerrie Hull met with the
10, 17 adv
Board concerning the County’s Emergency
Action Plan and Emergency Support Function
#8. Kerrie Hull discussed with the Board
Farm Service Agency has initiated an the Mitigation Plan for Cities. Jane Condon &
environmental review for Brad and Emily discussed with the Board the Medical Reserve Clint DeVries
Williams, for the construction of a 600 head Corp which consists of volunteers for medical
cattle finishing building. The location of the personnel, administrative and security issues
project area is in Section 32, Garfield Township,
Calhoun County, Iowa.
with trainings held periodically.
It was moved by Nicholson and seconded by September 13th
Any persons interested in commenting
on environmental issues should direct their
Jacobs to adjourn until
9:00 am on Tuesday, August 2, 2011, for their
(Reception Nov. 19)
comments in writing to Farm Service Agency, next regular meeting. Ayes all. Motion carried. Maranda Light
10500 Buena Vista Ct., Des Moines, Iowa &
50322, Attn: Chris Barton.
Written comments must be received within 30
Scott Jacobs, Chairman
Judy Howrey, Auditor Travis McMeekin
days of the date of this publication. Dean G. Hoag. Sr. Gary Nicholson
Access Systems, toner treasurer.........570.99
Alpha Wireless, equip repr ..................557.15 September 17th
The following described abandoned vehicle
Anderson Construction, Tom, garage ..127.00 Kimberly Meyer
will be offered for sale, as is, at public auction
Anderson, Kristy, mlg.............................65.00
Anderson, Michael, cpr training .............55.00 &
on Tuesday, August 23, 2011 at 10:00 a.m., to Aramark Uniform Services, maint ..........37.98 Sam Nerem
the highest cash bidder. The sale will be held at Berryhill Center For Mental, services ..678.75
1633 210th St. Jolley, IA 50551 Bound Tree Medical LLC, med supplies128.17
1972 BMW Motorcycle Brown Supply Co., parts/131-0..............25.84
This will be sold as is. Inquires may be directed Buena Vista Stationery, office supplies .51.26
to the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department
during normal business hours.
Cal Co Dept Of Health, trnsprt.............216.50 Erin Beckman
Calhoun Co Electric, heat pump .......1,062.95
Calhoun Co Historical Society ........27,500.00
03, 10 adv Calhoun Co Sheriff, sheriff fees ...........295.75 Al DeJong
Calhoun County Journal-Herald, ad ......50.00
Rockwell City Council Proceedings Cardmember Service, education ......1,719.10
August 1, 2011 7:00PM Carroll Co Solid Waste, recyclables ......52.40
Carroll County Sheriff. service fee .........59.32 October 1st
Mayor Heinlen called the meeting to order CCMS, education ................................220.00 Dana Smith
with the following members present: Hepp,
Hendricks, Lange and Roller. Absent –
Central IA Juvenile, detention services 107.00
Central Iowa Dist Inc, supplies ............264.19 &
Dawson. Christensen, Kellie, jun 2011 mlg ........186.50 Adam Larson
Motion by Lange, second by Hendricks, City Of Jolley, monthly service.............215.88
approving the agenda; unanimous. Collins, Carol, jun 2011 mlg .................318.00
Motion by Hepp, second by Hendricks, to
approve the consent agenda of the July 18
Condon, Jane E, jun 2011 mlg ..............92.00
Craigs Service, vehicle maint ..............461.39 October 8th
meeting minutes, bills as submitted, Amvets Crop Production Services, chemicals2,473.00 Kim Leinen
Post 41 – Liquor License, unanimous. Crystal Clear Windows, labor ................57.00
Bill West was present on behalf of his son Cyberlinkusa, Inc, data processing......649.00
Jacob, to request permission to place a cement Davis, Austin, contract labor ..................75.00 Ben Nelsen
floor and an approach to the bus stop located Dept Of Human Services, services 98,104.57
on High Street for his Eagle Scout project. Deyta Llc, contract labor ........................90.00
Motion by Roller, second by Lange to approve
the project, unanimous.
Dodger Area Rapid Transit, trnsprt ........65.50
Doyle Construction, windows .........25,000.00 October 22nd
Calhoun County museum board member Echo Plus Inc, cmi day habilitation ......383.25
Electronic Transaction Clearin, dues 4,644.00
Dale Gentry was present regarding the tennis
court area. He asked the council to consider Ellis, Linda, jun 2011 mlg .......................15.00
offering the property to the museum, if it were to
become available. The council asked Smidt to
Esolutions Inc, data processing ...........753.00
Farmers Coop Co., chemicals .............152.08
research history of property. First Communications, monthly service .90.43
Gemberling Excavating Inc, well close 776.00
Motion by Lange, second by Hendricks to
waive the excess sewer charges for 346 Austin Genesis Mental Health Assoc, services 53.00 November 11th
Street due to filling their pool, unanimous.
Motion by Hepp, second by Lange to approve
Gimer, Deb, jun 2011 mlg ....................307.50
Ginther, Julie, jun 2011 mlg ...................48.00 Casey Heim
Resolution 11-19 to fix a date for a public Gowrie Veterinary Service, animal ........50.00 &
hearing on a loan agreement not to exceed
$250, 000 for a utility fire truck. The date for
Gulf South Medical Supply, supplies .....10.35
Hammen, Linda, jun 2011 mlg ...............21.50 Tracy Wetter
the public hearing will be Sept 6 at 7:00P.M. at Hammen, Sue, jun 2011 mlg .................15.00
City Hall. Ayes – Hepp, Hendricks, Lange and Healthy Homes Llc, inspection ............ 110.00 Brides don’t forget to
Roller. Nays – none. Heideman, Betty, well closure .............387.50 register for your wedding.
Motion by Roller, second by Hendricks to Hildreth, Becky, jun 2011 mlg ..............107.00 Free wrapping
asphalt Elm Street from High Street to Pleasant
Street at a cost of $10665, unanimous.
Hinote, Jana, jun 2011 mlg ..................634.50
Howard Center Inc, services ............1,442.37 & local delivery.
Mayor Heinlen distributed lists of junk vehicles Hunzelman Putzier & Co., auditing...2,866.81 Complimentary gift
and nuisance properties to the council for IA Dept Public Safety, equip rental ...4,164.00 for registering.
review and will discuss recommendations for IA Drainage Dist Assoc, dues ...........7,200.00
action at the next meeting. IMWCA, wrk comp eng/ ....................7,731.00 Register at
Mayor Heinlen called for further business and, Independent Stationers, office supplies 36.05
with none, motion by Lange, second by Hepp
to adjourn the meeting at 7:45 P.M. unanimous.
IA Workforce Devel, unemployment . 7,114.99
ISAC, fy 2012 dues...........................4,750.00 Lake City
Jensen Builders Ltd, amb. building 50,000.00
The next meeting will be Monday, August 51 at
7:00 PM. Warrants 51494 – 51575. Johnson, Loren, sfty/steel toed shoes ...75.00 Hardware & Gifts
ATTEST: Phil R. Heinlen, Mayor
Kelly Smidt, City Clerk
Kenwood Records, records storage ....448.96
Lakes Counseling & Psychiatry, service125.00 712-464-7607
august 10, 2011 Courthouse News The Graphic-Advocate 5
Judgments: Cynthia & Jack Alley N1/2 of E 150’, West View SW1/4 Except Parcel A 14.0 Acre Dale R. Rossow to Brian Davis,
Fischer vs. Royal Flooring, judgment Addn. Lake City. No Rev. Tract Section 24-89-32. Rebecca Davis, NW1/4 NW1/4
for plaintiff for $5000.00 + 2.18% Sonia R. Rowen, John Taylor to Mortgage: Richard R. Roske, Section 32-86-32 and SW1/4 NW1/4
interest from 5-10-11 and $95.00 William Daniel, Lot 2, Lot 1 E 9.5’, Theresa A. Roske to Wells Fargo 5 Acre Tract Section 32-86-32.
the Kit chen
Court Cost. Bk. 11, Original Town Lake City. Bank NA, Lot 27 .23 Acre Tract, Afﬁdavit: Dennis L. Harding
Magistrate Judgments: State of Rev. $120.80. Gidel’s Addn. Section 32-89-32. to Gloria M. Harding Life Estate,
Iowa vs. Steven Andrew Grause, Teddy L. Collett, Patricia A. Collett William S. Daniel to United Bank NWFRL1/4 Except Lot A 10
Reporting Accident-Personal Injury, to Patricia A. Collett, W 160’ Lot 7, of Iowa, Lot 2, Lot 1 E 9.5’, Bk. 11, Acre Tract Section 18-87-32 and
Death, Fine $195.00. Bk. 46, 7th Addn. Pomeroy. No Rev. Original Town Lake City. SWFRL1/4 Section 07-87-32. with Lu
State of Iowa vs. Steven Andrew Jeana Aubinger to James E. Corey, Martin Nimke, Sandra Nimke to Amy L. Taylor to John Taylor,
Grause, Fail to Maintain Safety SW1/4 NW1/4 Section 17-87-34 and Manson State Bank, SW1/4 SW1/4 Lot 2, Lot 1 E 9.5’, Bk. 11, Original
Belts, Fine $132.50. E1/2 NW1/4 & W1/2 NE1/4 & E1/2 Section 24-89-32. Town Lake City. August is National Sandwich Month. The sandwich was first promoted in the Unit-
ed States as an elaborate supper meal. By the early 20th century, as bread became a
State of Iowa vs. Donald Robert NE1/4 Except 1 Acre Tract 10 x 16 Gabriel R. Jones to Iowa Bankers Esther M. Miller, Trustee to Esther staple of the American diet, the sandwich became the same kind of popular, quick
Polinske, Operation Without Rods & .15 Acre Tract & Except Mortgage Corp, W 75’ of E 175’ Lot M. Miller Revocable Trust, SW1/4 meal as was widespread in the Mediterranean.
Registration, Fine $161.25. 3.12 Acre Tract Section 17-87-34. 3, Bk. 25, 7th Addn. Manson. SW1/4 Except Parcel A 14.0 Acre
State of Iowa vs. Alfonso Pena, Rev. $2,997.60. Jeffrey A. Frank, Jodi L Frank Tract Section 24-89-32. Chip Chop Ham Sandwiches Supper Sandwich Bake
Passing Contrary to Highway Sign/ Willa Saalwaechter, George to MERS, Mortgage Electronic Harold E. Miller, Trustee to Harold 2 lb. chipped ham 12 slices bread
Marking, Fine $200.00. Saalwaechter, to James E. Corey, Registration Systems Inc., Bank of E. Miller Revocable Trust, SW1/4 3 Tbsp. brown sugar Butter or margarine
State of Iowa vs. Bradley William SW1/4 NW1/4 Section 17-87-34 America, Lot 6, Emmeck’s Addn. SW1/4 Except Parcel A 14.0 Acre 1 c. catsup 1 lb. lean ground beef
Wright, Fail to Obey Yield Sign, and E1/2 NW1/4 & W1/2 NE1/4 Rockwell City. Tract Section 24-89-32. ¼ c. vinegar ¼ c. ketchup
Fine $200.00. & E1/2 NE1/4 Except 1 Acre Tract Jeffrey L. Lewis, Patricia A. Lewis Martin Nimke to Esther M. Miller, 1 c. water 1 tsp. salt
State of Iowa vs. Marylou 10 x 16 Rods & .15 Acre Tract & to Manson State Bank, Lot 7 Tract SW1/4 SW1/4 Except Parcel A 14.0 1 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce. 6 frankfurters
Katherine Kalbow, Unsafe approach Except 3.12 Acre Tract Section 17- Except E 150’ of N 210’, Bk. 26, 8th Acre Tract Section 24-89-32. Cut meat into bite size pieces. Fry a 2 med. onions, sliced
to Certain Stationary Vehicle, Fine 87-34. No Rev. Addn. Manson. Martin Nimke to Harold E. Miller, little in butter. Sprinkle a little flour over 6 slices American cheese
it and add the rest of the ingredients. Sim- 2 beaten eggs
$195.00. Sherry L. Smith, Benjamin W. James E. Corey, Kathy E. Corey SW1/4 SW1/4 Except Parcel A 14.0
mer one hour at 250 degrees. Makes 15 to 1 c. milk
State of Iowa vs. Jordan Michael Smith, Duane G. Jackson Life Estate to United Bank of Iowa, SW1/4 Acre Tract Section 24-89-32. 20 sandwiches. Spread six slices bread with butter; ar-
Henkel, Possession/Purchase to Jeffrey L. Lewis, Patricia A. NW1/4 Section 17-87-34 and E1/2 Evelyn Kruckenberg Life Estate range in bottom of greased 13x9x2-inch
Alcohol by Person Under 21-1st Lewis, Lot 7 Tract Except E 150’ of NW1/4 Section 17-87-34 and W1/2 to Linda Schwaller, NE1/4 NE1/4 Bar-B-Q Sandwiches pan. Toast in oven at 350 degrees about
Offense, Fine $335.00. N 210’, Bk. 26, 8th Addn. Manson. NE1/4 Except .15 & 2.12 Acre Tracts Section 09-88-34 & Lot 1, 2, W 56’, 3 lbs. hamburger 15 minutes. Combine beef, ketchup and
State of Iowa vs. Nicholas Orion Rev. $12.00. Section 17-87-34 and E1/2 NE1/4 1 Bk. 14, Sigwalt’s Addn. Lytton. 3 lbs. beef (boiled) or 1 qt. chunk canned salt and spread over toast (1/3 c. per sand-
Eggers, Careless Driving, Fine Charles W. Levene, Alice L. Acre Tract 10 x 16 Rods Section 17- Evelyn Kruckenberg Life Estate to beef wich). Top with frankfurters cut almost in
$112.25. Levene to Leonard Sedlacek, 87-34. Larry Kruckenberg, NW1/4 NE1/4 1-1/2 c. catsup half lengthwise, onion and cheese slices.
State of Iowa vs. Kyle Phillip Christine Sedlacek, Lot 40, Bk. 1, Leonard Sedlacek, Christine Section 09-88-34 and E1/2 NE1/4 1 onion, chopped Combine eggs and milk; pour over bread.
Shank, Careless Driving, Fine Walnut Beach Section 32-89-32 and Sedlacek to United Bank of Iowa, NW1/4 Section 09-88-34. ¼ c. Worcestershire sauce Bake at 350 degrees about 50 minutes.
$138.38. Lot 40, Bk. 1, Walnut Beach Section Lot 40, Bk. 1, Walnut Beach Section Power of Attorney: Olga Hansen ¼ c. brown sugar Makes 6 servings.
State of Iowa vs. Jerry Schoon, 33-89-32. Rev. $284.00. 32-89-32 and Lot 40, Bk. 1, Walnut to Rita A. Kail, William H. Hansen. 2 cans chicken gumbo soup
Fail to Maintain Safety Belts, Fine Special Warranty Deed: US Beach Section 33-89-32. Ordinance: City of Lake City to Salt & pepper to taste Chicken Crescent Circle
$161.25. Bank NA to Gabriel R. Jones, W 75’ Assignment of Mortgage: The Public, Bk. 14 Alley, West View Brown hamburger and onion. Drain. ½ c. green pepper, chopped
State of Iowa vs. Devon Duane of E 175’ Lot 3, Bk. 25, 7th Addn. Countrywide Home Loans Inc., Addn. Lake City and Bk. 11 Alley, Boil beef until tender and break into ½ c. fresh broccoli, chopped
Myer, Littering Public Waters, Fine Manson. Rev. $71.20. BAC Home Loans Servicing, M&D 2nd Woodlawn Park Addn. stringy bits. Combine beef and hamburger ¼ c. water chestnuts, drained & chopped
$110.63. Quit Claim Deed: Lyle L. Ellis, Countrywide Home Loans Servicing Lake City. To Vacate Platted Alleys. and add other ingredients. Simmer for 45 4 Tbsp. onions, chopped
State of Iowa vs. Clinton Lee Constance J. Ellis to Philip Rastetter, to Bank of America NA, N 5’ Lot 6, minutes to an hour over slow heat. This 1 can chunk chicken, drained & flaked
Haverly, Possession/Purchase E 15.2’ Lot 7, Bk. 11, Richard’s Bk. 19, Bks. 12-20 Lohrville. the flavor become savory throughout. Can 2/3 can cream of chicken soup
Alcohol by Person Under 21-1st Addn. Jolley and W 113.8’ Lot 6, Modiﬁcation of Mortgage: Gary be frozen for later use. 1 c. shredded Co-Jack cheese
2 cans refrigerated crescent rolls
Offense, Fine $330.00. Bk. 11, Richard’s Addn. Jolley. Rev. W. Schade to United Bank of Iowa,
Combine all ingredients except crescent
Speeding: Fine $114.00-Adam $23.20. NE1/4 NW1/4 Tract 125’ x 142’ rolls. Unroll crescent rolls and arrange tri-
Joseph Harvey, Gilbert; Steven Jacob Court Ofﬁcer Deed: Alan E. Section 36-88-33. angles in a circle on a cookie sheet with
Harms, Le Mars; Bradley D. King, Urelius, Trustee, Vincent Urelius Mortgage Release: United Bank SCC Events bases overlapping in center and points
Selmer, TN; Terri Lea Jensen, Fort Trust to Leatta M. Hawthorne, Alan of Iowa to Ronald M. Buswell, Thursday, Aug. 11: 12 – 6:30 toward the outside. Scoop filling mixture
Dodge; Amanda Joy Schuur, Cedar E. Urelius, Gloria R. West, NE1/4 Janice A. Buswell, Lots 31-36, p.m. SCC School Registration at onto widest portion of each triangle. Fold
Falls; Emma Marie Rutherford, 160 Acre Tract Section 32-86-31. Winkelman’s Addn. Lohrville. Lake City HS Auditorium. points of triangles over filling and tuck un-
Katy, TX; Justin Russell Blair, Evelyn R. Calmer, Executor, United Bank of Iowa to Tony Monday, Aug. 15: 7 p.m. Joint der base at center. Bake at 350 degrees for
Denison; Terry Douglas Brennan, Robert Dan Calmer Estate to Evelyn Heuton, NW1/4 Bk. 5, Sifford’s 1st School Board meeting at Rockwell 25 to 30 minutes or until golden brown.
Fort Dodge, Jay Vernon Liechti, R. Calmer Life Estate, Rozanne K. Addn. Lake City. City. Cut with pizza cutter.
Lake View; Fine $119.00-Beverly Swartzendruber, Danny l. Calmer, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Inc.
Faults are like headlights on a car;
Jeanne Holzmueller, Pocahontas;
Gerard Floyd Blum, Lakeville, MN;
Mark D. Calmer, Rhonda K. Hill,
Rebecca K. Becker, Phillip G.
to Charles S. Loeck, Trustee, Nicki
L. Loeck, Trustee, Loeck Revocable L. C. Betterment those of others always seem more glaring than our own.
Barry Lee Luchtel, West Des Moines;
Matthew John Speers, Des Moines;
Calmer, E1/2 NW1/4 Except 1.4
Acre Tract 75.60 Acres Section 24-
Living Trust, Outlot 3 & S1/2 Outlot
4, M&D Woodlawn Addn. Lake
The Betterment Coffees are
Marian D. Holstein, Walthill, 89-31. City.
NE; Monica A. Stout, Pewaukee, Trustee’s Deed: Esther M. Miller, Manson State Bank to Martin held on the 1st and 3rd Friday
WI; Christopher Louis Olsen, St. Trustee, Esther M. Miller Revocable Nimke, Sandra Nimke, SW1/4 of the month at 9:30 a.m.
Augustine, FL; Fine $141.00-Scott Trust to Martin Nimke, Sandra SW1/4 14 Acre Tract Section 24-89- Friday, Aug. 19: 9:30 a.m.
Wayne Steven, Altoona; Fine Nimke, SW1/4 SW1/4 Except Parcel 32. Calhoun County Variety Store
$222.00-Devon Duane Myer, Fort A 14.0 Acre Tract Section 24-89-32. United Bank of Iowa, First Bank &
Dodge. Harold E. Miller, Trustee, Harold Trust Co. to Ronnie L. Mace, Carol
Warranty Deed: City of Lake E. Miller Revocable Trust, Martin Ann Mace, W 75’ of S 100’ Lot 2,
City to Opportunity Living, Bk. 14 Nimke, Sandra Nimke, SW1/4 Bk. 12, Bks. 12-20 Lohrville.
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instead of together with millions of and relatives from around the United
SENIOR flakes and high winds and sub-zero States for a Tucker/Peterson family
Special Joint RCL – SC Board
Approve Board Meeting
CITIZEN MENU temperatures next winter.
In the summer, many people talk
gathering at Honey Creek Resort
on Lake Rathbun, rural Centerville HS Library @ Lake City 3.0 Communications
Thursday, Aug. 11: BBQ Pork on about going on vacation to various from July 31st to August 3rd. Her Rose Heath and Kim Beacher went Wednesday, August 10, 2011 3.1 Public Input on Non-agen-
Whole Wheat Bun, California Blend, far-away sites. One region that we family there were Martha Hennesy to Cedar Rapids to see her new great- 7:00 p.m. da Items
Potato Salad, Peaches. have not heard much about lately and Katie of Andover, MN; Susan grandson Mathew Heath, parents are 3.2 Board Secretary
Friday, Aug. 12: Turkey Roast, is the Caribbean and the Gulf of Cover, Alena and Tia, Wade and Ann Ted and Jan Heath. RC/L - SC SPECIAL JOINT 3.3 Correspondence
Potatoes/Gravy, Mixed Vegetables, Mexico. It would be fun to travel Gemberling, Travis Gemberling and Terry and Penny Sheldon, Oregon BOARD AGENDA 3.4 Applause, Applause
Strawberries & Bananas, Ice Cream. were Thursday and Friday guests of 3.5 Booster Club
in that direction, and maybe check family, all of Lohrville; John Guess Dorothy Siemann.
Monday, Aug. 15: Baked Fish, on the rebuilding effort in New of Scranton, Nathan Guess of Boone, 1.0 Call Special Joint Board 3.6 Fine Arts Boosters
Parsleyed Potatoes, Creamed Peas, Summer vacation over for the Meeting to Order 3.7 Transportation Request
Orleans. On second thought, maybe John and Libby Towers of Churdan, children, school begins August 24.
Fruited Pudding, Tomato Juice. it would be better in the winter – and Natalie Gemberling of Waverly. 2.0 Approve Special Joint 4.0 Administrative Reports
The children are looking forward to Board Meeting Agenda 5.0 Discussion Items
Tuesday, Aug. 16: Lasagna, Spin- aren’t we in the hurricane season They stayed in cabins and some were seeing their friends again and meet 3.0 Discussion/Action Items 6.0 Action Items
ach, French Bread, Oatmeal Fruit for the Caribbean and the Gulf of in the lodge. They enjoyed biking, their teacher.
Bar. 3.1 Discuss Building/Facility 6.1 Approve Consent Agenda
Mexico? Those “Island Paradise” the water park and a pontoon boat on Lohrville United Methodist A. Minutes
Wednesday, Aug. 17: Chicken & tourist retreats may turn out to be the lake. The various families took Needs and Long-Range Planning
Church has Ice Cream Social on B. Board Bills
Noodle Casserole, Brussel Sprouts, dangerous, and Iowa can look pretty turns fixing the evening meals. The Sunday evening, serving ice cream, 3.2 Approve Resignations
apricots, Coconut Cream Pie. good! Do you have any stories of extreme heat and humidity tempered sandwiches, cookies, bars, coffee and 3.3 Approve Contracts C. Activity Report
hurricanes or floods? Speaking of some of the fun, but the cousins tea. Come an enjoy ice cream and visit 3.4 Discuss Paperless Board D. Food Service Report
flood stories, who was the greatest enjoyed just being together. with your friends. Agenda E. Board Secretary/Manager
SUNNYVIEW financier of all time? Noah. He Rochelle Kochheiser of Des Moines Lohrville Citywide Garage sales 4.0 Board Reports and Com-
munications/Future Agenda Items/
F. Board Policies 704.1-
floated stock while the rest of the picked up her mother, Ruth Consier, 7am-1pm. August 13. Contact
Sweet corn! Have you had some? world was in liquidation. as she was bringing her daughter Shannon Hobbs if you would like to Next Meeting Date 706.3R1
We have seen corn for sale at roadside REMEMBER WHEN: Allison home from the Lutheran have a garage sale. 5.0 Adjourn Special Joint 6.2 Approve Staff Dress Policy
stands. Maybe you have been able When black and white televisions Junior High week at Camp Okoboji Thank you to Carl Nelsen, Rotor Board Meeting 6.3 Approve or Deny Calhoun
to buy some at the Farmer’s Market first came out, some of us went on the 16th of July. Rooter and Friends of the Library for County Building and Trades Agree-
on Thursdays. uptown to see one at Cooper Radio The next day, Sunday, Randy their generous donation to the Library RCL Hearing/RCL – SC Regular ment
Are any of you interested in and Television. We sat on chairs and Rochelle Kochheiser, Allison for helping us to buy school supplies. Board Meeting 6.4 Conduct Annual Meeting
exploring outer space? There has outside on the sidewalk in front of and Ruth went to Roseville, MI, to RCL Board Of Education A. Appoint Board Secretary/
been an interesting program about the store on Saturday nights to watch Anna Niemann,’s home. Anna is MARY KAY MS Library @ Rockwell City Treasurer
NASA on Iowa Public Television the “TV.” a sister of Ruth. The five of them Monday, August 15, 2011 B. Designate Legal Council
7:00 p.m. C. Designate Depositories
recently. This seems particularly
appropriate since the final US space
went to Lakeport State Park to
please D. Appoint Superintendent,
camp out. They drove further up
shuttle flight was completed just ADAZA in the “Thumb” area of Michigan, RCL REVENUE PURPOSE
President, Vice President, and
Board Secretary to Sign Warrants
last month. This IPTV program noting many lighthouses and scenic You’ll be pleased to know
part 3 described the Apollo 13 Rob Gingery of Holland and Josh spots. On Wednesday Dorothy E. Designate Newspaper:
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moon flight, which never landed Gingery of Cherokee were at Robert Kuck, her sons, Paul Kuck, Ed and
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remembered for the sentence uttered The boys and their dad went fishing all of Frankenmuth, joined the latest looks to advanced skin 2.0 Approve RPS Hearing F. Designate Level I Investi-
by one of the astronauts, who said, Saturday at Don Williams Lake. camping group. Dorothy is a sister care. Ask me about our excit- Agenda gators
“Houston, we’ve had a problem,” Ruben and Evelyn DeWald, Isabelle of Ruth and Anna. Some enjoyed the ing product line today! 3.0 Conduct RPS Hearing G. Designate Truancy Officer
which signaled the beginning of Annear, Pam DeWald, also Paula beach and swimming, while Anna, 4.0 Adjourn RPS Hearing 7.0 Personnel Items
an incredible adventure -- trying Redmon of Jefferson were in Boone
on the 23rd to help Tegan Bock
Dorothy and Ruth stayed in the air- Emily Melody RCL- SC REGULAR SCHOOL
to bring home the three astronauts conditioned camper to care for baby Independent Beauty Consultant
and their damaged space ship. The celebrate his birthday. It had been Christian. He’s about six months old. BOARD MEETING 8.0 Board Reports and Com-
on the 19th and on that night he and 712-464-7994 munications/Future Agenda Items
Apollo 13 story was depicted in the On Thursday they left the campsite
1995 movie directed by Ron Howard friends attended an Iowa Cubs game and went to Frankenmuth to tour that 712-210-6449 1.0 Call Regular Board Meet- 9.0 Adjournment
and starring Tom Hanks. in Des Moines. His folks, Mark and town, and had a picnic at Dorothy’s www.marykay.com/emelody ing to Order
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the space shuttle program, including Jaelyn were the hosts. Others there touring, an old church named Saint
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Challenger failed on take-off in 1986 mother, Kathy Addy, all of Boone. having a replica of the 1st church, a
and the Columbia failed on re-entry Vernon and Shirley Hamilton log cabin/parsonage combo dating
in 2003, and the both crews were lost. drove to Lake Okoboji on the 30th back to mid 1850’s. That evening all
The IPTV program may bring back of July. After visiting Don and Kay ate German cuisine at the Bavarian
many memories, including triumphs Munson at Spirit Lake, they picked Inn in Frankenmuth. By Sunday,
and sorrows, and how we as a nation
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up Olivia Hanlon and Riley Niles at
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for thirteen years. Mrs. Weber earned many projects including Children’s
her Bachelor of Science Degree Miracle Network, volunteer school
OBITUARIES in Nursing from the University of
Iowa. She continued her education
nurse, Auburn Summer Recreation
Soccer Coach and Lake View Little
at Creighton University where she League Baseball Coach.
VirginiaofCurry on Sunday, July 31, 2011, at Stewart completed the Master of Science
program with a major in Nursing,
Mrs.Weber is accepting new
patients at McCrary Rost Clinic in
Virginia Curry, 86, Lake City, died
Memorial Hospital in Lake City. Family Nurse Practitioner Specialty. Rockwell City. For appointments,
Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, August 5, at the Lake Before joining McCrary Rost Clinic please call the McCrary Rost Clinc,
in Rockwell City, Weber cared for Rockwell City clinic at 712-297-
City Union Church with Rev. Betty Weidert officiating. Burial was in the patients of all ages at Pocahontas 8989.
Lake City Cemetery. Community Hospital and the If you would like to learn more
The Lampe Funeral Home of Lake City was in charge of arrangements. Trimark Pocahontas Clinic. She also about the services at Stewart
Virginia Mae Kral was born May 9, 1925 at Carroll County to Francis provided patient care at the Rolfe Memorial Community Hospital,
“Frank” and Ena (Potts) Kral. After graduating from Lanesboro High School Care Center. Mrs. Weber grew up in log onto our website at www.
in 1942, she attended St. Anthony’s School of Nursing, graduating in 1946, Sac County and has volunteered for stewartmemorial.org.
and later attended the University of Minneapolis. She worked as a registered
nurse for 45 years, working at McCrary Rost Hospital, Denison Hospital,
McVay Hospital, Davidson Hospital and Stewart Memorial Hospital before Barbara Weber, Certified Advanced Danni Anderson, Certified
Iowa Central Community College
retiring in 1988. On November 1, 1948 Virginia was married to William H. Registered Nurse Practitioner Physician Assistant Offers Courses Locally
“Harry” Curry at Dakota City, NE, and they were long-time residents of Lake Iowa Central Community College Intro to Soc, Intro to Psych, Comp
City. She was a member of Lake City Union Church, Eastern Star, SMCH
SMCH Welcomes Danni Anderson, will start fall classes on August 30. I, Stats, US History Since 1877,
Hospital Auxiliary, Lake City American Legion Auxiliary, Za Ga Zig Shrine P.A.-C and Barbara Weber, ARNP Students in or around the Rockwell
City area can attend classes locally
Elem Spanish 1, Med Term, and
Environmental Science classes.
Auxiliary, Lake City V.F.W. Auxiliary and St. Anthony’s Nurses Alumni. The physicians and staff at Stewart community and serve the people that
at the satellite site located at South Classes being offered during the
Virginia is survived by her brother, Leon Kral, of Earlham; and her sister, Memorial Community Hospital are served me for so many years. This is
Central Calhoun Middle School in Winter Interim Session (Dec. 20-
Ena Marie Wells, of Rockwell City; and many nieces and nephews. pleased to welcome and introduce a great opportunity for me to care for
Rockwell City. 22, 27-29, & Jan. 3) are: American
She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Harry. Danni Anderson, Certified Physician people I know on a personal level”,
Iowa Central Community College National Government and U. S.
Assistant and Barbara Weber says Anderson.
offers TV classes over the Iowa History Since 1877. These are both
Certified Advanced Registered Nurse Mrs. Anderson is a member of the
Communications Network (ICN) at hybrid classes and will involve
Practioner. Danni Anderson joined Iowa Physician Assistant Society and
Robert 76, of Rockwell City, died on Tuesday, August 2, 2011 the staff at the Lake City McCrary
Rost Clinic in July and offers family
the American Physician Assistant
Association. In her spare time, she
Rockwell City. In addition to the
TV classes, students have the option
scheduled class time in the ICN and
independent online study.
Robert McGrail, of taking on line courses as well In additional to classes being
at the Shady Oaks Care Center in Lake City. care and women’s health. Mrs. and her husband enjoy spending
as Hybrid classes. Hybrid classes offered at Rockwell City, they are
Anderson received her Physician time with family and being outside.
Mass of the Christian Burial was held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, August 6, at utilize two forms of technology, the also offered at our three campuses
Assistants degree from Des Moines Mrs. Anderson is also a coach for
St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Lake City. Celebrant was Father Lynn Bruch. ICN and the internet or Eluminate located in Fort Dodge, Storm Lake
University where she received the Ammeter Athletic Union volleyball.
Burial was in Rosehill Cemetery, Rockwell City. and the internet. With today’s and Webster City and at our satellite
Clinical Excellence Award for her Mrs. Anderson is accepting new
technology, students can earn a two sites in Eagle Grove, Humboldt,
The Lampe Funeral Home of Lake City was in charge of arrangements. graduation class. She completed patients at McCrary Rost Clinic in
year degree in their own community Jefferson, Pocahontas, Rockwell
Robert Duane McGrail was born on February 25, 1935 at Rockwell City, her medical rotations at Stewart Lake City. For appointments, please
through Iowa Central. City, and Sac City.
to Clarence and Neva (Murphy) McGrail. He worked as a horse trainer and a Memorial Community Hospital, call the McCrary Rost Clinc, Lake
Classes being offered this fall in If you would like further information
carpenter. He enjoyed fishing and owned a bait shop in Rockwell City. Lake City; Mercy, Des Moines; City clinic at 712-464-7907.
Rockwell City are: Intro to Biology, or register for the fall semester or the
Radiant Complexion Dermatology; Barbara Weber is a Certified
He is survived by his brother, Gene (Ardeth) McGrail of Lake City; sister, Fund of Oral Comm, Principles of winter interim session, contact the
Western Iowa Surgery; Des Moines Advanced Registered Nurse
Betty Habhab of Fort Dodge; and many nieces and nephews. Marketing, Math Lib Arts, Princ Fort Dodge Center at 800-362-2793
Orthapedics. Practitioner and sees patients
He was preceded in death by his parents. of Microeconomics, Intro to Hum (Admissions ext. 1008, Registrar
The Lake City native says she in Rockwell City. Mrs. Weber
Dis Services, Nutrition, Devel - ext. 1023 or Financial Aide - ext.
is happy to be back home. “I’m specializes in family medicine and
Psych, Am Nat’l Gov’t, Stats, Intro 1034).
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SCC holds girls’ basketball camp
The second annual South Central according to Titan girls’ basketball 4th grade: Layups-Katlyn Roberts,
Calhoun Girls’ Basketball Camps coach Dave Birks. Hot shot-Ashlyn Kalous, Dribble
were held this summer. Coach Birks, “I was very pleased with the effort weave-Miranda Feldhans
Coach Knapp, Coach Hartwig and of the girls. I wish we could have 5th grade: Layups, Hot shot,
Coach Hanson were the instructors. had more girls at the camps. We Dribble weave-Maddie Jones
The theme for the camp was tried to emphasize the importance of 6th grade: Layups-Ellie Rastetter,
“PRACTICE IS THE EFFORT practicing. Hopefully the girls will Hot shot, Dribble weave -Megan
THAT MAKES WINNING practice not only to become better Dietrich
POSSIBLE.” The girls performed players but because they enjoy the
various drills to improve their great game of basketball. Practice Lake City
shooting, dribbling, and defensive is the effort that makes winning 3-4th grade: Layups, Dribble
skills. possible,” Birks said. weave-Emma McKinney, Hot Shot-
The drills are similar to those that There were also contests at both Laci Riedesel
will be done in JH and High school elementary camps. Winners were: 5th grade: Layups, Dribble weave-
basketball. The girls can practice Riley Snyder, Hot shot-Payton Steig
many of the drills on their own. Even Rockwell City 6th grade: Layups-Paige Schultz,
though it was rather warm, the girls 3rd grade: Layups, Hot shot, Hot shot-Kayla Schultz, Dribble
worked hard and had a lot of fun, Dribble weave-Emma Geno weave-Tiffany Poen
At top right, participants at the SCC Girls’ Basketball Camp for grades 7 and 8 included: front, left
to right, Emily Henkenius, Abby Clark, Brooklin McKinney, Kali Babcock and Sidney Batz; middle,
Sarah VanHulzen, Jadyn Khommanyvong, Kelsey Strandberg, Marae Erkenbrack and Kelsie Test drive a car,
Carlson; back, Jordan Hepp, Cali Miller, Sydnie Schultz, Allison Birks and Taylor Hepp.
Above, participants at the SCC Girls’ Basketball Camp for grades 3 through 6 held at Lake City
include: front, left to right, Caitlin Stokes, Laci Riedesel, Kilynn Westcott and Emma McKinney;
middle, Riley Snyder, Payton Macke, Maddie Jones, Heidi Hammen, Cassidy Voorde and Payton By Ken Ross
Steig; back, Tiffany Poen, Anna Hanson, Kayla Schultz, MacKenzie Addison, Dezerae Blankenship Graphic-Advocate Editor
and Paige Schultz.
Lake City has been chosen by the Dodge Booster
At bottom right, participants at the SCC Girls’ Basketball Camp for grades 3 through 6 held at
Rockwell City include: front, left to right, Allie Kirkhart, Sally Musselman, Kortney Riley, Arieanna Club Fundraising program to be a location of
Grage, Hallee Maulsby, Shelby Bergquist and Emma Geno; middle, Anna McChesney, Kaylynn an event to support the South Central Calhoun
Kruckenburg, Heidi Hammen, Maddie Jones, Katlyn Roberts, Ashlynn Kalous and Miranda Athletic Boosters during the three hours before the
Feldhands; back, Rachel Roberts, Meghan Dietrich, Grace Henkelman, Ellie Rastetter and Anna first home game of the SCC Titan football season
Hanson. on Sept. 2.
For every person who test drives one of the
vehicles provided by Champion Chrysler in
Rockwell City, Dodge will donate $20 to the SCC
a healthy conversation Boosters.
“I’m excited about the opportunity to help out
Heat stroke aaleading cause of death
Heat stroke leading cause of and very appreciative of the booster club is behind
this event,” Daren Putney, one of the owners of
death in young athletes
in young athletes
Champion Chrysler said.
The driving course is short, less than 10 minutes,
to accommodate the maximum number of
Proper hydration is the best preventive medicine
Proper hydration is the best preventive medicine participants during the three hours starting at 4:30 Kirby Vogel was one of the participants in the recent
Clayton Garrels Toughman competition in Lake City. Look for more
From Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Sheild
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A recent study* shows heat avoid strenuous activity dur- Once heat stroke begins, vic- SCC Boosters in a way that is fun for participants. Advocate photo by Teresa Snyder)
stroke related to physical exer- ing the hottest part of the day. tims may reach a core body
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10 The Graphic-Advocate society News August 10, 2011
Sittig – DeVries Upcoming Wedding
NEWS OF AREA CHURCHES & Elma DeVries of Lake City.
Storytellers of the Prairie Return to
Laci is a 2004 graduate of Rockwell Storytellers of the Prairie will
AUBURN Sunday: 6:30 a.m. “The Quiet Hour” month, Skit/Drama Service City-Lytton High School and is return to the Iowa State Fair for their
WHO Radio Monday, Aug. 15-Friday, Aug. 19: Mary currently employed as co-owner of
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH WOODLAWN CHRISTIAN Circle has Meals on Wheels. tenth Anniversary year.
Kidz R’ Kidz Childcare. Their program will feature Master
Craig S. Zandi, Pastor Sundays: 9:00 a.m. Adult Sunday school; Tuesday, Aug. 16: 6:30 p.m. Joy Circle
10:10 a.m. Worship; 6:00-7:30 p.m. Youth meeting at Church.
Clint is a 1999 graduate of Southern Storytellers: Linda and Clayton
10:30 a.m. Worship and Adult Bible School; Wednesday, Aug. 17: 9 a.m. Ruth Circle; 2 Cal High School and is currently Layman, Alan Baughman, Duane
Tuesday, Aug. 16: 1:30 p.m. Disciples p.m. Mary Circle, 6 p.m. Bells. farming SE of Lake City. Murley of KWMT Radio, Dick
BARNUM Women, Sarah Group. They currently reside in Rockwell Layman of WHO Radio, Bev and
Wednesday, Aug. 17: 9 a.m. Disciples SOMERS City. Michael Cotter.
CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN Women, Miriam group. The wedding is set for August The program will be Thursday,
CHURCH . UNITED METHODIST 13, 2011 at St. Paul’s Lutheran August 11th at 3:00 pm in Pioneer
“The Prairie Church” LANESBORO Crystal Oberheu, Pastor Kurt & Cindy Sittig of Rockwell Church with the reception to follow Hall at the Iowa State Fair.
2 ½ miles SW of Barnum Sunday: City are pleased to announce the at the Rockwell City Community
James Davis, Pastor UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 9 a.m. Worship, 10 a.m. Coffee Fellowship upcoming wedding of their daughter Building.
Sundays: 9:15 a.m. Worship Reverend Lexi Kirkpatrick Tuesday, Aug. 16: 7 p.m. Bible Study. Laci to Clint DeVries, son of Delroy
Sundays: 8:00 a.m. Sunday school; 9:00
Wednesday, Aug. 17: 11:30 a.m. Lunch
Bunch. Help Kids Make Emotional
HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN
Wednesdays: 4:00 p.m. After School
Special Kids; 6:00 p.m. Chimes.
Thursdays: 9:00 a.m. Community Coffee.
Mid Iowa Growth Partnership Transition Back to School
Rev. Robert Zellmer
Sundays: 8:30 a.m. Sunday School/Adult LOHRVILLE
Launches Implementation of Whether a child is just changing
classrooms or entering school for
can help ease fears of the unknown.
• Help your child become
Bible Classes; 9:30 a.m. Worship
Regional Innovation Plan the first time, the start of a new familiar with the routines of a school
FIRST UNITED CHURCH LOHRVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH school year can bring out a variety day by reading school-related stories.
Crystal Oberheu, Pastor
Sundays: 10:30 a.m. Worship
(Disciples of Christ)
Phil Cline, Pastor
Free, interactive workshops of emotions.
Starting a new school or early
Check with your local librarian for
Tuesday, Aug. 16: 7 p.m. Bible Study. 95 5th Street, Lohrville Mid Iowa Growth Partnership’s Entrepreneurship, Innovation childhood program is a huge change • Establish routines such as
Wednesday, Aug. 17: 11:30 a.m. Lunch 712-465-5545 Regional Innovation Planning & Commercialization and in a child’s life, much like a marriage bedtimes and mealtimes that you
Bunch. 9:00 a.m. Sunday Worship Process has yielded some valuable Sustainability the group put together or moving might be for an adult, want to follow throughout the school
10:15 a.m. Fellowship/Coffee even positive things can be stressful, year before it begins.
GLIDDEN outcomes and resources. These an implementation plan to grow the
For information on local Bible Studies call
outcomes and resources transition regional economy. which can disrupt sleep patterns and • Be positive. If you have
Pastor Phil @ (H) 712-465-5545 (C) 712-
GRACE BAPTIST 465-6009. into materials that can be used These workshops promise to lead to unwanted behaviors such as an optimistic outlook, your child is
329 E. 7th Street ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC in local economic development be interactive and informative. clinginess or whining. more likely to be optimistic as well.
Glidden Fr. Lynn Bruch efforts. MIGP and Calhoun County Facilitators David Beurle and Juliet Factors That Contribute to ‘Back- Arranging some play dates with
712-659-3893 Masses: No Sunday Morning Mass Economic Development Corp. Fox, Future iQ Partners/Innovative to-School-itis’ peers from the class before the
712-659-2304 Saturday: 6:30 p.m. Mass (CCEDC) invites you to attend the Leaders will lead the workshops, When children begin a new school school year begins also can be
Rev. R.E. Hamilton, Pastor Daily Mass: 8:00 a.m. Thursday workshop scheduled for: transitioning the material products experience, they must learn to trust helpful. This allows your child to
Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for all Confessions: Saturday 6:00 p.m. a new adult to take care of them. make a connection in the comfortable
Monday, August 15, 2011 of the Regional Innovation Planning
ages; 10:30 a.m. Morning service; 5:40 p.m. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1:30 - 2:00 pm Registration Process into valuable and workable This often is easier for children who environment of the home. Many
Praise & Prayer; 6:00 p.m. Evening service Reverend Lexie Kirkpatrick 2:00 - 4:00 pm Workshop local resources to be used in have been consistently cared for by early childhood programs allow the
UNITED METHODIST Sundays: 8:30 a.m. Choir Practice; 10:30
CHURCH Rockwell City Library-Community economic development efforts. responsive parents, teachers, and opportunity for a teacher to do a
a.m. Worship; 8:00 p.m. Bible Study.
Chad Jennings, Pastor Wednesdays: Parish-Youth Group. Center -424 Main Street MIGP encourages anyone with a caregivers in the past. A child who home visit at the beginning of the
9:15 a.m. Sunday school stake or interest in the economic has had inconsistent care or has a school year for this reason.
10:30 a.m. Worship LYTTON This two hour session will give development of the region to attend “slow-to-warm-up” temperament Ease Separation Anxiety
PLEASANT RIDGE you the resources and outcomes including city and county personnel, may have a harder time placing trust Many of us find it hard to separate
COMMUNITY CHURCH EMANUEL-ST. JOHN LUTHERAN and how they can be employed at county boards of supervisors, city in a new teacher. from the ones we love. For children,
Wayne Pfannkuch, Pastor the local level to lead to economic and county economic developers, Your child understandably feels learning to say goodbye is one of the
Four Miles South of Glidden Sundays: 10:00 a.m. Sunday school; 11:00
Pastor Brian Hodge a.m. Worship; 6:00 p.m. Contemporary development activity. their boards of directors, elected comfortable and confident in most difficult adjustments they have
www.pleasantridgecc.org Wednesday, Aug. 10: 7 p.m. Committee Early in 2010, MIGP applied for, officials and individuals from both the home or familiar child care to make. Establishing a ritual such
Sundays: 9:30 a.m. Sunday school; Meetings; 8 p.m. Church Council. and was awarded through Iowa the educational (K-16) and business environment. Knowing where the as a big bear hug and a final wave
10:30 a.m. Morning Worship; 6:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 15: 7:30 p.m. Bible Study.
Workforce Development, a US sector. bathrooms are located and where at the window provides a comforting
Fellowship. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Wayne Pfannkuch, Pastor Department of Labor/Employment Mid Iowa Growth Partnership favorite toys are stored provides routine for your child.
JOLLEY 9:00 a.m. Worship and Training Administration assists and promotes existing this sense of security. A new school If possible, plan to stay a few extra
10:00 a.m. Sunday School @ Emanuel-St. Regional Innovation Grant (RIG) to business and new businesses or classroom places a child in an minutes the first few days. However,
UNITED METHODIST John Lutheran assist the region in the development considering the Mid Iowa region by unfamiliar setting. be matter-of-fact about leaving after
Anita Bane, Pastor of a plan to strengthen and link the consolidating assets and facilitating a Anticipating a new classroom briefly orienting the child to the
9:00 a.m. Worship POMEROY assets of the region for economic collaborative approach to economic environment, your child may feel classroom. It might be tempting
growth and vitality. The grant was growth and vitality throughout the less certain about routines, rules and to sneak away when your child
KNIERIM EVANGELICAL CONVENANT awarded primarily because the nine region in north central Iowa. The expectations. This can be confusing becomes involved in an activity,
Rural Pomeroy counties in the MIGP region have region includes Calhoun, Kossuth, and even frightening, which can but a disappearing parent will likely
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 9:30 a.m. Morning Service cause your typically capable and cause future problems. If your child
experiences tremendous job loss due Hamilton, Hardin, Humboldt,
(Missouri Synod) Friday, Aug. 12: 9 a.m. CWM Leadership
to lay-offs and industry closures in Pocahontas, Palo Alto, Webster and confident child to show a range of seems extremely upset, acknowledge
Rev. Chadric Dietrich Team meeting.
the area. Wright Counties in north Central behaviors. those feelings and be reassuring that
9:00 a.m. Worship/Holy Communion at
ROCKWELL CITY Business, education, economic Iowa. To learn more about MIGP What Parents Can Do you will return at the end of the day.
Immanuel, Rockwell City
development, and workforce please visit our website at www. Lori Hayungs, ISU Extension A final bit of advice is to be
LAKE CITY CHURCH OF CHRIST leaders from the nine-county region midiowagrowth.com. Or to learn Family Life Program Specialist, has patient and keep open lines of
9:00 a.m. Sunday school participated in the planning process more about economic development the following strategies and tips that communication with the child’s
10:00 a.m. Communion & Worship
FIRST BAPTIST Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Supper; 7:00 to 8:00 at a series of regional engagement in Calhoun County please visit can help to make the transition to a teacher. “As your child sees the
John Swoyer, Pastor p.m. Youth Group 1st thru 12th grades; sessions. Working in core teams on www.calhouncountyiowa.com or new classroom or school easier for relationship grow between parent
9:30 a.m. Sunday school EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH four different areas: Technology & call (712) 297-5601. everyone: and teacher, your youngster will
10:30 a.m. Worship Pastor Don Howard Infrastructure, Talent Development, • Engage in natural begin to trust this new adult as well
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Rockwell City Rotary
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10:20 a.m. Watchtower Study 5445 Children who feel secure and For more information about
9:00 a.m. Worship; 6:30 p.m. Sunday
LAKE CITY UNION CHURCH comfortably able to talk about their preparing children for school,
– A UNITED METHODIST
AND PRESBYTERIAN (USA)
Rev. Betty L. Weidert
Wednesday: Prayer Service – 6:30 p.m.
Passing of the Gavel concerns, needs, and ideas will likely
enter new situations with more ease.
• Be calm and supportive.
request a copy of Early Learning –
Preschool and Kindergarten Ahead
(PM 2081A) at Iowa State University
Sundays: 10:00 a.m. Worship; 11:00 a.m. Rev. Chadric Dietrich The Rockwell City Rotary met at ily Development Center to help low Too much enthusiastic talk about the Extension-Calhoun County office,
Coffee Sundays: 9:00 a.m. Worship/Holy the home of Lowell & Peg Stoolman income families prepare for the new transition might send the message 521 4th Street, Rockwell City, phone
PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Communion at Trinity; on July 10 for the annual Passing of school year. that you are anxious and cause number 712/297-8611, or download
Craig S. Zandi Sunday, Aug. 14: 9 a.m. Worship/Holy
Pastor Communion at Trinity, Knierm. the Gavel. At that time, Tina Meth- The local club was recognized in the unnecessary fears in your child. a copy from the ISU Extension
Saturdays: 5:30 p.m. Worship/Holy ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC Farrington retired as club president summer issue of “Heart to Heart”, the • Visit the new school or Online Store at www.extension.
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Wednesday, Aug. 10: 9:30 a.m. Bible Study;
7 p.m. Board of Stewards.
Masses: 9:30 a.m. Sunday president, Peg Stoolman. Special newsletter. The club sent a donation picture yourself in an environment in the search box).
ST. PAUL LUTHERAN guests were District Governor Jim to the Ronald McDonald House in
ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH Reverend Jim Mossman
Fr. Lynn Bruch Patton and his wife, Diane. Des Moines in honor of Jacy McAl-
Saturday: 5:30 p.m. Worship
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Sunday: 9:00 a.m. Worship;
5:00 p.m. Saturday Thursday, Aug. 11: 6:45 Men’s Bible
“Service Above Self”, the local club program at a Rotary meeting on the
10:00 a.m. Sunday Study. donated $180 worth of school sup- activities of the House.
Confessions: Saturday 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16: 9:30 a.m. Staff meeting. plies to the Calhoun County Fam-
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August 10, 2011 Twin Lakes Triathlon The Graphic-Advocate 11
The opening ceremony was a time for going over rules, answering questions and welcoming athletes. Despite competitors from six countries: USA, Australia, Belgium, France, India, Switzerland; from
eight states including Ark., Iowa, Ill., Kans, Minn., Mo., Neb and Wisc.; from 33 towns in Iowa and 10 towns in Minnesota, the top performers in the men’s category and the team category were from the
area, Taylor Huseman is a Manson resident and the three members of the winning team are from Fort Dodge. There were 29 athletes from Fort Dodge and the surrounding communities of Manson,
Pomeroy, and Rockwell City. A 13-year-old from St. Joseph, Mo. won in the women’s category. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
The number of Triathlon participants made it necessary to have two starts. The ﬁrst group, seen
here, consisted of men competing as individuals. The second group consisted of women and team
participants. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
For the ﬁnal leg of the Triathlon, event
champion Taylor Huseman was able to do
Riding bikes was the middle leg of the Triathlon.
what has been his past focus in athletic
(Photo by John Doyen)
competition - running. (Photo by John Doyen)
Just past the ﬁnish line, volunteers for the event stocked a table with hydrating drinks and high-
energy snacks. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
Krista Thompson ﬁnished the race for her
team from Fort Dodge, which also included An edible sculpture of a runner generated many
Jaime Pearson and Lynette Pearson, coming compliments for the creator, Mindy Wilson, on the
in second place for the second year in a row, right. Wilson is one of the Twin Lakes Christian
losing this year to another Fort Dodge team Center employees who provided an extensive
of three young men. (Graphic-Advocate photo buffet at the completion of the event. (Graphic-
by Ken Ross) Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
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continued from front
Smith’s time of 1:15:33 was the
fastest for an individual female and
13th overall, less than six minutes
behind her father, Allyn Smith, who
had a time of 1:09:44, earning him a
fourth place ﬁnish.
Smith hopes to become a
professional triathlete and perhaps
compete in the Olympics.
The ﬁrst place team this year was
from Ft. Dodge. Colin Pearson, 17,
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12 The Graphic-Advocate Sweet Corn Daze August 10, 2011
2011 Rockwell City Sweet Corn Daze
Top to bottom, left to right, the parade in the morning started out with
a Kiddie Parade that included entries from such organizations as Trin-
ity’s Troopers; Calhoun County Expo Queen Terra Barrett and Little
Miss Riley Batta participated in the parade; retired businessman and
long-time community activist Martin Hildreth served as the parade
marshal this year;the Rockwell City Fire Department was one of the
organizations that sold food at the celebration; a new feature this year
was a street dance in front of Lynch’s where the band Vinyl performed;
Ben Ahlers was one of the participants in the Bill Riley talent show
(look for photos of winning participants in the talent show in a future
issue; many families took part in the celebration; Cub Scouts were
represented in the parade; candidate for U.S. Representative Chris-
tie Vilsack, State Senator Daryl Beall and Calhoun County Recorder
Kathy Bennett were present during the celebration; Mia Reuter, sister
of Ally Rueter pictured on front, checks out the funny looking guy with
a camera; a variety of inflatables were available for the entertainment
of children. (Photos by Ken Ross, John Doyen and Tana Doyen)