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Thursday, February 3, 2011
Volume 87 – Number 5
The Grundy Register Serving Grundy County since 1928
Grundy Center, Iowa
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Briefs Simon Estes to perform Live Healthy
Grundy Center Senior Center
in Grundy Center
on way to 10
seeks volunteers percent goal
Are you looking for a fulﬁlling volunteer position? Would you like to
help the older individuals within your community? Hawkeye Valley Area By JOHN JENSEN
Agency on Aging has two volunteer positions available at the Grundy The Grundy Register
Center Senior Center.
By JOHN JENSEN
GRUNDY COUNTY — Live
Healthy Iowa’s Grundy County
The Grundy Register
A clerical volunteer is needed to help answer the phone, track meal GRUNDY CENTER — Internationally known opera
reservations and cancellation, and conduct general ofﬁce duties such as singer and Iowa native Simon Estes will perform in group appears well on its way to
faxing and copying. The volunteer clerical position hours are Monday Grundy County later this year as part of the Roots and its 10 percent goal.
through Friday from 8:30 to 11:00 a.m. Wings residency program. As of Jan. 27, the Grundy Coun-
A meal host or hostess is also needed to coordinate the home delivered The Centerville native and professor at both Iowa ty Wellness Coalition reported that
meals, organize home delivered meal volunteers, and assist with the meal State University and Wartburg College will meet with 1,176 individuals were participat-
site at the Senior Center. The hours for the meal host volunteer are Mon- students and guests from Grundy Center, Dike-New ing in the 100-Day Wellness Chal-
day through Friday from 10:00 a.m. through 12:30 p.m. Hartford, Gladbrook-Reinbeck and BCLUW high lenge, which began Jan. 20 and
If you are interested in volunteering for either of these positions, please schools Thursday, March 24 and Friday, March 25. A runs through April 29. The Coun-
contact Kim Ricketts at 319-824-3843. public concert is set for March 24 at Grundy Center ty’s ofﬁcial population is 12,369,
High School, while student assemblies with Estes are giving it a participation rate of 9.5
planned for March 25 at both Grundy Center and Dike- percent.
Whitetail antler scoring event New Hartford High Schools. “We’re real excited about the
Roots and Wings celebrates Estes’ connection to numbers coming in for Grundy
planned at Heritage Museum Iowa as a native son, provides college scholarships County,” Live Healthy Iowa out-
MORRISON — The Grundy County Conservation Board is sponsor- for Iowa high school students and offers performance reach coordinator John Stevens
ing a deer antler scoring day at the Grundy County Heritage Museum in experience to aspiring young artists through the Simon said. “And those are preliminary
Morrison on Saturday, Feb. 19. From 9 a.m. through 2 p.m. there will be Estes Iowa Educational Foundation. The tour has hopes numbers that are going to go up.
scorers for the Boone & Crocket, Pope & Young, and Iowa Record Books of reaching each of Iowa’s 99 counties, having With registrations still trickling
measuring antlers taken during this past Iowa bow and shotgun seasons as already performed in 10 Iowa communities in it would appear the 10 percent
well as prior years. There will be space provided for display of racks and including Parkersburg, Iowa Falls and goal might be reached,” Stevens
mounts during the day’s event. Ames. Spring stops are planned said. “Time will tell, but it is very
Please watch next week’s paper for details or feel free to call the Grun- in Oskaloosa, Oelwein and West
possible that Grundy County will be
dy County Conservation Board ofﬁce at (319)345-2688 for more informa- Liberty among other locations.
Estes’ Thursday concert in
the state leader once Live Healthy
tion. Iowa Headquarters (Ames) makes
Grundy Center will be a public
performance. Previously ﬁnal tabulations.”
his concerts have included Three hundred ﬁfty-six of the
Local blood drive planned approximately 10 numbers participants are adults divided
GRUNDY CENTER — A community blood drive is planned Thurs- performed by Estes as among 53 teams while 820 school-
day, Feb. 17 in Grundy Center. well as selections by local age children are divided among 47
The event is scheduled from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Grundy Center choirs, and artists who he is teams.
Community Center, 705 F Avenue. currently mentoring. The ﬁnal Stevens said more populous
For more information, or to schedule an appointment, call 800-287- performance of the night will counties like Polk, Johnson, Linn
4903. combine all of the concert’s and Dubuque will still likely have
performers in a rendition higher raw numbers of participants,
of “Battle Hymn of the but Grundy County may have the
2Coats plans Night of Prayer Republic.” The local choir highest percentage of participants,
will include students from which was the Wellness Coalition’s
GRUNDY CENTER — 2Coats is hosting a Night of Prayer Saturday, all four Grundy County high
Feb. 5 at 6 p.m. at the Farm Bureau Insurance Building in Grundy Center. goal. He said Dubuque County
schools. leads the larger counties with a 2
Dinner will be served at 5:45 p.m. Estes will brieﬂy meet percent participation rate while
concert-goers following Johnson County comes in at slight-
What’s inside Contact us the event. A private
reception will also be held
ly more than 1 percent and the oth-
er large counties have less than a 1
The Grundy Register later in the evening for
percent participation ratio.
Church..............................7 P.O. Box 245 event sponsors.
Classifieds......................12 Grundy Center, IA 50638
“We feel like we’re doing a re-
Ivester.................................5 ally good job in Grundy County,”
Phone: (319) 824-6958
See ESTES page 2 See LIVE HEALTHY page 2
Obituaries.........................3 Fax: (319) 824-6288
More to school budgeting than paying the bills
E-mail advertising to:
Social Events.....................5 email@example.com
Sports..........................10-11 E-mail news to:
By JOHN JENSEN also being force to lay off two teach-
Deadline: Monday, 10 a.m. The Grundy Register ers.
First of a three-part series exam- “That’s where Dillon’s Rule cre-
ining school, county and city budget- ates challenges for us because we do
‘In the state of Iowa, Code is critical, be-
Kick off American Heart Month ing practices and challenges. have money, but there are only cer- cause it has to say that’s an approved expense
GRUNDY CENTER — Have tain things that a certain pot can be
by wearing red you ever asked the question why the used on,” Murra said. or money, or it’s illegal for us to spend money
local school district builds a building Dillon’s Rule differs from state
February is American Heart Month. Appropriately kicked off on National or purchases a bus while laying off a and local governments in Iowa, on that.’
Wear Red Day, the American Heart Association and its Go Red For Women teacher? Or why it can spend money which work under the less restrictive
movement urge everyone to support the ﬁght against heart disease in women on a special education teacher while Home Rule, which simply says that
by wearing red on Feb. 4. a math teacher loses their job? money can be spent in any area un- — Cass Murra
The object of American Heart Month is to increase public knowledge of The answers are determined by a less prohibited by law. Grundy Center School District Superintendent
various cardiovascular diseases, for the purposes of research fund-raising complex formula of taxes, state and
and the prevention of heart disease by encouraging heart-healthy habits. federal appropriations and different General Fund versus PPEL
funds that tell districts what they can School funding is directly tied to ing. “But with salaries and beneﬁts
Consider these statistics from the American Heart Association: spend where. the number of students in a school “That’s probably the other biggest needing 80 percent of our expenses,
• One in three American adults has one or more types of cardiovascular Dillon’s Rule district. Districts receive $5,883 per misconception of the community is we try not to because we have PPEL
diseases (CVD). More than half of those directly affected with heart disease Cass Murra, superintendent at the pupil in state and federal aid that where the money is generated from,” that allows us to reserve (general
are under the age of 60. Grundy Center Community School pays about two-thirds of the costs to Murra said. fund) money for smaller student
• In 2008 alone, an estimated 770,000 people suffered from a new coro- District, said schools in Iowa are run the school. That money goes into PPEL, the Physical Plant and items and salaries,” Murra said.
nary attack. 780,000 suffered from a new or recurrent stroke. governed by a principle called Dil- the school district’s general fund, Equipment Levy, is another story al- PPEL funds come exclusively
• CVD claims more lives than the next four most common causes of death lon’s Rule, which governs how it can and can be used for any expense. together. Unlike general fund dollars from property taxes. One portion
combined. spend its money. Typically about 80 percent of gen- which, with the exception of special — 33 cents per $1,000 valuation —
• Coronary heart disease is the No. 1 single killer of women over age 25, “In the state of Iowa, code is criti- eral fund money is spent on salaries education and Title I funds, can be comes from funds approved by the
but only 21 percent of women view it as a health threat. cal, because it has to say that’s an ap- and beneﬁts, with the remaining 20 spent anywhere, PPEL dollars are School Board. The remainder — up
• CVD kills over 460,000 women a year, about one per minute. On aver- proved expense or money, or it’s il- percent used for other expenses. highly restrictive. to $1.34 per $1,000 valuation — is
age, an American dies of CVD every 35 seconds. legal for us to spend money on that,” “Our general fund is like our ba- “Basically you can purchase approved by voters every 10 years.
• The estimated cost of CVD in 2008 was $448.8 billion. she said. sic checking account and about 95 bricks and mortars (with PPEL),” Grundy Center’s current voter-ap-
Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is the single most signiﬁcant risk fac- Which is why teacher salaries percent of our expenses have to be Murra said. proved levy expires in 2012 and will
tor for heart disease. Uncontrolled high blood pressure can injure or kill you. must be paid from funds designated taken from the general fund,” Murra PPEL funds can also be used for be brought back to voters this year.
It’s sometimes called “the silent killer” because it has no symptoms. One in for them as opposed to funds desig- said. “That includes salaries, utili- school busses, computers and simi- Another funding source that can
three adults has high blood pressure, yet, about 21 percent don’t even know nated for other purposes. ties, books, pencils, paper, copiers lar items. The threshold is that items be used for any item that PPEL
they have it. Of those with high blood pressure, 69 percent are receiving “That’s the biggest challenge, ...” purchased must be physical and would cover is a 1-cent sales tax, the
treatment, yet, only 45 percent have their blood pressure controlled. especially in times when money About 80 percent of money used with a price tag of more than $500. so-called Statewide Penny. Until a
Know Your Numbers seems to be tight,” Murra said. “We for the general fund comes from Among many other items, the laptop few years ago, counties passed this
Being aware of your numbers can help you and your doctor know your have some good creative solutions state aid, with most of the remainder computers that high school students tax individually and districts in the
risks when it comes to heart disease and other health problems. While there to things, however we can’t shift the coming from property taxes. A small are using this year came from PPEL counties received funds generated
is no cure, high blood pressure is manageable. Even if your blood pressure money.” portion of general fund dollars come funds. only in their individual county. The
is normal (less than 120 mm Hg systolic AND less than 80 mm Hg diastolic) Which is why the Grundy Center from the federal government and are Items purchased with PPEL funds state changed the law to make things
and your goal is prevention only, lifestyle modiﬁcations may provide a pre- District was able to replace the roof designated for speciﬁc programs like could also have been purchased from
scription for healthy living. at the upper elementary school while special education and Title I read- the general fund. See SCHOOL FUNDING page 2
2 Thursday, February 3, 2011
Grundy NEWS Register www.thegrundyregister.com
Daily high and low temperature readings and
precipitation amounts at the National Weather from page 1
w Service Station in Grundy Center for the 24-hour
period ending at 8 a.m. on the following dates:
more equitable between school dis-
tricts in urban and rural areas.
“We get more money than we did
when it was county only,” District
High Low Precip Snow Business Manager Mary Boege said.
January 26 21 5 0.00 0.00
“Now it all goes into one pot and
January 27 21 7 0.00 0.00 is divided equally based on student
January 28 32 20 0.00 0.00
January 29 32 21 0.00 0.00
January 30 30 12 0.00 T Other funds
January 31 30 12 0.00 0.00 Several smaller funds are dedi-
February 01 23 12 0.00 2.30 cated to speciﬁc areas of school ex-
January Accumulation 0.54 7.60 penses. Money for the Activity Fund
February Accumulation 0.00 2.30 comes from that generated by activi-
ties such as gate receipts and fund-
ESTES raising. It is used to cover activity
From page 1 expenses such as uniforms and trips.
The Management Fund comes from
property taxes and is used for early
Student assemblies are planned for the morning of March 25 at Grundy
Center and the afternoon at D-NH. BCLUW High School students will attend retirement, liability and property in-
the Grundy Center event while Gladbrook-Reinbeck High School students surence and unemployment.
will be part of the event in Dike. Estes will present a motivational speech The hot lunch fund comes from
about his upbringing in Iowa, his life in a prejudiced America and his recent sale of lunch tickets as well as fed-
success. He will also answer questions from students. eral reimbursement for free and re-
Estes studied at The University of Iowa before attending Juiliard School of duced lunches and pays both salaries
Music in New York City. He made his professional debut with the Deutsche and food costs.
Oper Berlin in 1965 and has performed with the Metropolitan Opera (New The debt service fund comes
York City) and Boston Pops. He has performed for Presidents Lyndon B. from property taxes and pays on
Johnson and George H.W. Bush and is the only singer to have performed at bonds that the school has taken out.
both the 25th and 50th anniversaries of the United Nations. Grundy Center’s debt service for
Barb Smith, chair of the Grundy County Board of Supervisors, is chairing construction of its elementary school
the committee that is organizing the event. Others on the committee include runs out in 2012, and some of that
Grundy Center Community School District Superintendent Cass Murra, money could come back to taxpay-
Grundy County Auditor Mary Schmidt and Kelly Riskedahl, who serves ers as property tax relief.
as both the Grundy County Development Alliance Director and the Grundy Murra warned, however, that the
Center Chamber of Commerce Director. The event will also serve as Grundy School Board may choose to use
County’s annual County Government Day. some of the debt service funds gener-
The residency program cost $15,000 to bring to the area. At least $10,000 ated by taxpayers to help rebuild its Powerful winter storm
cash reserve, which fell signiﬁcantly
strikes Grundy County
of that cost is being supported by grants, including $5,000 each from the
with last year’s 10 percent across the
Sara Lee Yoder Charitable Trust and the Grundy Center Community School
board state budget cut.
District Foundation. Sponsorships will be sought to help offset the remainder “If we could lessen (the tax bur- The season’s third major winter
of the cost. The Simon Estes Iowa Educational Foundation will return den) a little bit that would be ideal storm took aim at Grundy County
$7,500 of the residency cost to the county in the form of scholarships to local — and that would be what we would and points south and east early in
students. Students need not be planning to study music to be eligible for like to do,” Murra said. “I just don’t the week, bringing snow, intense
scholarship awards. know if they’ll see all of that because winds and dangerous wind chills.
Tickets for the event will go on sale at a later date. Ticket prices have been of the cash reserve, we might need a Grundy Center received 2.3 inch-
set low enough that a family of four could attend for as little as $30. little bit of that at this point.” es of snow Monday, with an ad-
Grundy Register editor John Jensen can be reached at 319-824-6958 or Grundy Register editor John Jen- ditional 2- to 4-inches forecast for
firstname.lastname@example.org sen can be reached at 319-824-6958 Tuesday afternoon and evening.
or email@example.com Grundy Center, Dike-New Hart-
ford and Gladbrook-Reinbeck
The Grundy Register LIVE HEALTHY
schoolchildren saw their ﬁrst snow
day of the season while students
CLASSIFIEDS from page 1
at AGWSR missed just their sec-
ond day as winds were expected
to bring dangerous conditions to
Only $6.60 an inch or
Though the 100-day Challenge
the area. Grundy, Black Hawk
and Marshall Counties saw a bliz-
is already underway, Stevens said
$6 minimum for line or there is no sign-up deadline. There zard warning Tuesday afternoon
thank you ads is also a 12-week program that while Butler and Hardin Counties
starts Feb. 20. were under a winter storm warn-
(319) 824-6958 Grundy Register editor John ing. Above, a snow thrower creates
firstname.lastname@example.org Jensen can be reached at 319-824- near whiteout conditions in front
6958 or email@example.com of Garden Gate Flowers and Gifts
Tuesday morning. Right, a snow
blower clears the sidewalk along G
Street. (John Jensen/The Grundy
Lighting Products and
Parts for Auto, Truck,
RV Trailer & Farm
707 G ave., Grundy Center
Hours: Mon.-Fri., 8-5: sat., 8-12
We loan our tanks.
No tank rents.
Family Health Center
405 6th St. Grundy Center
Frank L. Lamp MD
* Accepting new patients
* Adult, child and travel
* Sports physicals
Van Wert Inc. 606 8th Street, Grundy Center 319-825-3841
Hrs: Monday-Friday, 8-5; Saturday 9-noon.
* DOT physicals
* Flu vaccine available
Grundy NEWS Register Thursday, February 3, 2011 3
Grundy Center Library Notes
Rose Marie Jaquis
Rose Marie Jaquis, 80, of Wellman died January 24, 2011, at the Parkview
Manor in Wellman following a lengthy illness. NEW ITEMS IN THE Home, Stephanie Kallos; The Ju- FAMILIES AND BOOKS books for the months for January,
Funeral services were January 28 at the Marion Avenue Baptist Church in LIBRARY das Gate, Jack Higgins; Simply FAB - “Families and Books” is February, and March. The Friends
Washington. Interment took place at the Grundy Center Cemetery in Grundy New Adult Fiction — In Too Sara, Hillary Manton Lodge; The in full swing again this year. We of the Library will buy the families
Center. Deep, Jayne Anne Krentz; The Yada Yada Prayer Group Gets have 8 families reading chapter a chapter book of their choice at the
Outlaws, W.E. B., Grifﬁn; Give Rolling, Neta Jackson; More end of the program.
Me Your Heart, Joyce Carol Oates; than Words, Judith Miller; Dam-
Kenneth Kahl, 86, of Grundy Center died January 31, 2011, at the Grundy
Indefensible, Pamela Callow; The
Book Club, Mary Alice Monroe;
age, John Lescroart; The Lake of
Dreams, Kim Edwards; and Home-
Grundy Family YMCA Notes
County Memorial Hospital in Grundy Center. Services are pending at Engel-
To Have and To Kill, Mary Jane town Ties, Melody Carlson. For more information on these programs, including costs, contact the
kes-Abels Funeral Home in Grundy Center.
Clark; Montana Sky, Nora Rob- DVD/VHS — Legend of the Grundy Family YMCA.
erts; Legend, The Scent of Jas- Guardians, The A-Team, and De- Parent’s Night Out
mine, Jude Deveraux; Outlaw, Fire spicable Me. Parents, need a little time to
and Rain; Winter Fire, Where the CD — Theodore Boone, Kid yourselves without the kids? Drop
Jared Havel Heart Is, Elizabeth Lowell; The Lawyer, John Grisham; and Double your kids off at Parent’s Nights Out
Jared Havel, 21, passed away on January 22, 2011, at Iowa Methodist
Wild Baron, The Aristocrat, The Tap, Steve Martini. while enjoying an evening out. Feel
Medical Center in Des Moines. Funeral services were January 25 at Lutheran
Offer, Catherine Coulter; First, good knowing your kids are hav-
Church of Hope in West Des Moines. Memorial
Best, and Only, A Time to Love, TAX FORMS ing as much fun as you are in a safe
contributions may be directed to the Waukee Dol-
Twelve Across, Barbara Delinsky; Tax season is once again loom- environment!
lars for Scholars.
Love Letters, Lisa Jackson; The ing on the horizon. We have or- Who: Grades K—5
Jared was born November 10, 1989, in Colo-
Four Seasons, Mary Alice Monroe; dered the forms, as in the past, and Where: Grundy Center Elemen-
rado Springs, Colo. He was a student at the Uni-
Family Affair, Debbie Macomber; will put them out as they arrive at tary
versity of Northern Iowa. Jared was a member of
Home Free, Fern Michaels; Sinner, the library. Please know that the When: The second Saturday of every month (beginning Feb. 12).
Lutheran Church of Hope and was an avid Iowa
Saint, Ted Dekker; Damage, John IRS is not printing all the forms as Time: 5 to 9 p.m.
Hawkeye and sports fan and enjoyed spending
Lescroart; Getting Lucky, Head they have in the past, and we may Registration Deadline: Thursday prior to each event.
time with his friends.
Over Heels, Hot & Bothered, Com- not receive some of the forms you Games, arts/crafts, gym time, dinner, and a movie are all apart of the fun
Jared is survived by his parents, Scott and Ju-
ing Undone, Susan Andersen; The want. You are, however, able to at Parent’s Night Out!!
lie Havel of Urbandale; brother, Jacob Havel of
Search, Suzanne Woods Fisher; go to IRS.gov and print the forms For more information, please call 319-825-6210
Urbandale; sister, Jessica Havel of Urbandale;
True Colors, True Vision, Joyce needed. Also, the availability of
grandparents, Jack and Sandie Stumberg and Kenneth and Marlene Havel
Lamb; Sharpshooter in Petticoats, Iowa tax forms is questionable. Upcoming YMCA Events
all of Grundy Center; great-grandparents; Dwayne and Doris Hansberger of
Mary Connealy; Fatal Judgment, The State of Iowa is encouraging Ski Trip
Grundy Center; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Irene Hannon; A Wedding Quilt for Iowans to ﬁle electronically if you What: Skiing and Zipfy Sledding
Ella, Jerry S. Eicher; Simple De- do not use a tax preparer. We will When: Monday, Feb. 21
Solveig Gregory ceit, Nancy Mehl; A Secret Identity,
A Rose Revealed, Gayle Roper;
answer any questions you have, if Where: Sleepy Hollow Sports Park, Des Moines (Bus leaves Grundy
Center at 8 a.m., returns at 5 p.m.
Solveig Gregory, 69, of Cedar Falls, died Monday, January 31, 2011, Courting Miss Amsel, Kim Vogel Who: Open to students in ﬁfth through 12th grades.
at the Cedar Falls Lutheran Home. She was born July 5, 1941 in Ring- Sawyer; Strategic Moves, Stuart Sign up forms available at the YMCA
On Jan. 28-31, the library moved
sted, Iowa, the daughter of Rev. Harold and Woods; Angel Hair, Michael Phil- the Destiny Checkout program
Ardis (Nielsen) Petersen. Solveig married Larry lips; The Perk, Mark Gimemez; Out 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament
from a server, here in the library,
Gregory on June 23, 1963 in Askov, Minnesota. Live Your Life, Max Lucado; The When: Saturday, March 12 beginning at 8 a.m.
to an off-site host. This means that
Solveig graduated from Askov, Minnesota High Crossing, Gilbert Morris; Lucky Where: Grundy Center High School
the library will no longer have a
School, graduated from Grand View College Streak, Lucky Break, Love Me If Who: Male and Female Divisions for grades 5-6, 7-8, 9-12; and Ages
server for Destiny. Destiny Follett
in Des Moines, and graduated from Iowa State You Dare, Kiss Me If You Can, 19-39, 40-59 and 60-and-over
will take care of the updates and
Teachers College (UNI) with a BA in English and Carly Phillips; Lakespur Cove, What: 15 minute games, or ﬁrst team to 12 points
technology issues. The ability to
a minor in Music. She was an organist and Di- Lisa Wingate; Promises to Keep, Contact Carrie Klosterman firstname.lastname@example.org or pick up a
move off-site was made possible
rector of Music at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Ann Tatlock; The Amish Midwife, registration form at the YMCA
by a grant from the Sara Lee Yo-
Cedar Falls for over thirty years and taught piano Mindy Starns Clark; The Lake of der Foundation. We also received
for ﬁfty years. Solveig was an English teacher Dreams, Kim Edwards; Secrets to Active Kids
money to replace two of the card
with the Cedar Falls School System and taught the Grave, Tami Hoag; What the New Winter Session II Program
catalog computers for patron usage.
at Morton West High School in Berwyn, Illinois. Night Knows, Dean Koontz; The Who: For Children age 3 (potty-trained) through ﬁfth grade.
It will not look any different to you
She was a member for many years of P.E.O. Chapter FV, T.T.T. Chapter EM, Judas Gate, Jack Higgins; Deadly What: Exposing kids to a variety of movement and skill patterns such
or work any differently. We have
Grand View University Board of Trustees, and the Iowa Music Teachers As- Heat, Cynthia Eden; A Decadent as jumping, running, catching, throwing, hitting, etc. Instructors will lead
all new computers in the library
sociation. Solveig was also a member of The American Guild of Organists, Way to Die, G.A. McKevett; No a variety of exciting activities that will allow youth to gain experience
with very nice screens. The com-
The Association of Lutheran Church Musicians, Women of the ELCA, Sar- One to Hear You Scream, K.J. while also having tons of fun! This will be an ideal program for parent who
puters in the computer room were
tori Auxiliary, the Cedar Valley Danes, and numerous other organizations. Dahlen; Outlaw Stronghold, S.J. would like to take a ﬁtness class or workout in the Fitness Center.
purchased by the Friends of the Li-
She was a longtime member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church and was an avid Stewart; Hunt the Hunter, Jeff R. Where: Grundy Center Upper Elementary Gymnasium.
brary. We thank everyone who has
UNI Panther fan. Spalsbury; and The Treasures of When: Begins Winter Session II: March 6 to April 16; Held on Tues-
contributed to the support of the li-
Survivors include her husband, Larry Gregory, of Cedar Falls; two daugh- Montauk Cove, Diane Sawyer. days and Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
ters, Kirsten (Todd) Kelly of Peoria, Illinois and Karen (Eric) Dowell of New Adult Non-Fiction —
Cedar Falls; four grandchildren, Connor and Maren Kelly of Peoria and Health Care You Can Live With,
Mitchell and Kayla Dowell of Cedar Falls, and a sister, Asta (Arlen) Twedt, Dr. Scott Morris; Eyewitness
of Ankeny, Iowa.
Travel Australia; Fodor’s 535 Best
Solveig was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Rev. Paul Beaches, Essential Europe, Central
Petersen. America, Hawaii, Canada; and Paul
Services will be 10:30 am Saturday, February 5, 2011, at Bethlehem Lu- 90 Days on His Journey of Faith,
theran Church in Cedar Falls, with inurnment at Elmwood Cemetery, Dike,
Iowa, at a later date. Visitation will be 5—8 pm Friday at Dahl-Van Hove-
Schoof Funeral Home, and one hour before service at the church. Memorials
Beth Moore; Iowa Gardener’s
Travel Guide, Kelly Norris.
New Juvenile Fiction — Rav-
may be directed to the Cedar Falls Lutheran Home Main St. Project, Beth-
lehem Lutheran Church, or Grand View University, Des Moines. Online
condolences may be left at www.DahlFuneralHome.com.
enpaw’s Path, Night Whispers, Erin
Hunter; Virals, Kathy Reichs; Front TrucklOad Sale
Friday, February 4
and Center, Catherine Gilbert Mur-
dock; Shark Tale, Louise Gikow; Grundy Center ~ 319-824-3849
So You Want To be a Wizard, Di-
NC Iowa Crop Clinic February 11 ane Duane; Dragon’s Nest, Em- 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. ~ While Supplies Last
ily Rodda; The War of the Worlds,
Sue Martin, President of Ag In- Farmland Drainage Issues and
vestment Services, and a frequent System Layouts, Stabilizing Ni- H.G. Wells; DogAge, How Young
Is Your Dog?, Dondi S. Dahlgaard;
No Roll Whole Tail On
Ready to Eat
analyst on ‘Market to Market’ will trogen in Hog Manure, Managing
Incarceron, Sapphique, Catherine
be the kick-off speaker at the North
Weed Resistance to Herbicides,
Fisher; Fang, James Patterson; All
$ 49 Bulk Shrimp
Central Iowa Crop & Land Stew- Crop Insurance Options for 2011,
Just Glass, Amelia Atwater-Rhodes;
ardship Clinic Friday, February Grain Equipment and Storage The Doomsday Box, Herbie Bren- lb.
11, at the Iowa Falls-Alden High Grants and Loans, and Managing nan; and Awakened, P.C. Cast. Limit
$3.99 Lb. Cut lb.
School in Iowa Falls. The clinic Weather Risk for 2011. New Easy Children’s Fic- Limit & Wrapped
12 12 inch Limit
will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 3:50 An agribusiness fair will run tion — A String of Hearts, Laura 6 8#
p.m. throughout the day with booths Malone Elliot; Olivia Claus, Simon
Other speakers include ISU from various agribusinesses on Spotlight; and Rubia and the Three Farmland Our Family Our Family
Economist Chad Hart and ISU Ex-
display. There is no registration
tension Specialists Elwynn Taylor, fee for the clinic. The program and
Osos, Susan Middleton Elya.
New Juvenile Non-Fiction Bulk Chili or Kidney
Alison Robertson, Mike Owen, lunch is provided by area busi- — Barack Obama: Son of Prom-
Bacon Beans Juice
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Memory Lane Letter to
A look back through
The Grundy Register the editor
Compiled by Joyce Wardall
10 Years Ago This Week - 2000 To the Editor:
• The Grundy Center Rotary The compensation board rec-
Club is sponsoring Groceries On ommends a 3.25% salary increase.
Wheels - a service that provides The Compensation Board is picked
weekly grocery service to senior by the supervisors who will recom-
citizens who may be home bound mend a raise in their favor.
or have difﬁculty driving. What we need is some people
• Rachel Butler, daughter of that are out of a job or someone
David and Yolanda Butler of rural that has not gotten a Social Secu-
Beaman, will be crowned the rity raise in TWO years and put
2001 Grundy County Pork Queen them on the Compensation Board.
at the Pork Producers Banquet on They are the ones that need a raise,
Monday evening. not the supervisors or the county
• Over 100 people enjoyed workers.
the prime rib dinner served at the Vernon Huisman
Cattlemen’s Annual Banquet on 905 M Ave
Saturday. Grundy Center
• Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt
star in What Women Want at the
Center Theatre. ObamaCare and
• Bacon = $1.79 per pound.
25 Years Ago This Week - 1985 the Iowa State
• Free pancakes, sausages,
coffee and milk, plus all the Juvenile Home
trimmings, will be served Saturday By LANCE HORBACH
at the Grundy Community Center. State Representative
The annual event is sponsored by At the end of the ﬁrst week of
the Grundy Center Chamber of session, I was told that a DHS fa-
Commerce and their Chamber cility in my
a week, giving loads of time for previews, reviews and feature stories.
afﬁliated merchants. ‘Pancake district, the
So long football. See ya next year ... I hope.
Day’ is the merchants way of Iowa State Ju-
• • •
saying “thank you” to their I have no idea where the following essay came from other than that I venile Home,
customers for shopping Grundy received it as an e-mail from a friend last week. I can’t ﬁnd an original source was going to
Center this past year. for it. I do know it hit really close to home. I did not write this, but still experience se-
• In a surprise announcement thought it was worth sharing with our readers. Note that I changed a few vere cuts and
last week, Rep. Cooper Evans words to make it presentable for younger readers. program elimi-
said he will not seek a fourth term It’s ﬁnally here — the one Sunday when we all become sports fans nation. I met
in Congress from Iowa’s Third whether we really like sports or not. Men and women who have absolutely If you are 36, or older, you might think this is hilarious! If you are with Director
Congressional District. no interest in football will be glued to younger than 36, this could be eye-opening!!! Krogmeier to
• There were 16 new vehicles the screen as the Green Bay Packers When I was a kid, adults used to bore me to tears with their tedious discuss the actual proposal. Here’s
registered in the county this take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in ... diatribes about how hard things were. When they were growing up; what what he provided:
week. the biggest three-hour money-grab in with walking 25 miles to school every morning ... Uphill ... Barefoot ... • Last year, the Iowa legislature
• Rocky IV is showing at the America. Both Ways ...yadda, yadda, yadda. and Governor Culver approved cut-
Center Theatre. Forget the football game, where And I remember promising myself that when I grew up, there was no ting DHS by $27 million dollars.
• Bacon = $1.59 per pound. tickets Friday were selling on way in (heck) I was going to lay a bunch of (stuff) like that on my kids • No Medicaid spending could
StubHub for up to $700 just to watch about how hard I had it and how easy they’ve got it! be reduced.
50 Years Ago This Week - 1960 But now that I’m over the ripe old age of 40, I can’t help but look
• Payroll of the Plastronics the game on a big screen outside the • Shifting all cuts into non-Med-
stadium (and for up to $22,200 to around and notice the youth of today. You’ve got it so easy! I mean, icaid spending .
Incorporated plant in Grundy compared to my childhood, you live in a (darn) utopia! And I hate to say
watch the game inside), I’m talking • The Iowa Juvenile Home will
Center is expected to total about the money-grab for networks it, but you kids today, you don’t know how good you’ve got it!
$500,000 a year — adding have all beds for boys eliminated
that televise the game, where a mere 1) I mean, when I was a kid we didn’t have the Internet. If we wanted
an estimated $2,000,000 in from IJH.
30-second spot sold for $2.6 million to know something, we had to go to the (darn) library and look it up
new purchasing power in the • 15 beds for girls would be
last year. ourselves, in the card catalog!!
community. Plastronics is eliminated
The Super Bowl has become such 2) There was no e-mail!! We had to actually write somebody a letter
• 21-FTE positions would be
now producing custom plastic an event that Super Bowl Sunday - with a pen! Then you had to walk all the way across the street and put it
in the mailbox, and it would take like a week to get there! Stamps were 10 eliminated – meaning 16 actual
component parts 24 hours a day, might as well be a national holiday.
cents! employees would be ﬁred and 5
six days a week. The games have been 10 of the 20
• Bill Bolton has been named By JOHN JENSEN most-watched television programs 3) Child Protective Services didn’t care if our parents beat us. As a unﬁlled positions would be elimi-
matter of fact, the parents of all my friends also had permission to kick nated.
manager of the J.F. Anderson of all time, routinely drawing captive After seeing this proposal, I
Lumber Company yard at Nevada. audiences of more than 40 million households. Last year’s game drew a our (rear end)! Nowhere was safe!
4) There were no MP3’s or Napsters or iTunes! If you wanted to steal asked, “Where will the boys go
Mrs. and Mrs. Bolton will move record audience of 53.6 million households, breaking the record held since
music, you had to hitchhike to the record store and shoplift it yourself! to if they are eliminated at IJH?”
from Grundy Center March 1. 1983 by the series ﬁnale of “M*A*S*H.” And with a pair of popular teams
5) Or you had to wait around all day to tape it off the radio, and the DJ The Director answered by saying,
• Grundy was one of only two with nationwide appeal playing this year, there’s no doubt there could be
would usually talk over the beginning and (mess) it all up! There were no “I don’t know.” I told him that I
Iowa counties to report no deaths even more eyeballs watching the game this year.
Here at The Grundy Register, we love our advertisers. And when people CD players! We had tape decks in our car. We’d play our favorite tape and would not accept that answer, so he
in motor vehicles accidents during eject it when ﬁnished, and then the tape would come undone rendering it suggested maybe those boys could
1960. Page county in southwestern read our newspaper, it is obviously better for them. So with more people
watching the Super Bowl than anything else, it’s no wonder that networks useless. Cause, hey, that’s how we rolled, Baby! Dig? go to in or out of state private fa-
Iowa was the other county. 6) We didn’t have fancy (stuff) like call waiting! If you were on the cilities? You have to understand,
can charge such a premium for 30 seconds of air time.
• Everett Wilson has enlisted Another factor is that Super Bowl ads have become an event in themselves. phone and somebody else called, they got a busy signal, that’s it! most of the students have already
in the Air Force for four years How many times can you remember speciﬁc ads that debuted in the Super 7) There weren’t any (darn) cell phones either. If you left the house, exhausted all efforts to place them
and left last week for Lackland Bowl, but remember nothing about the game itself? When I was a sophomore you just didn’t make a (darn) call or receive one. You actually had to be in other treatment facilities. The
Air Force Base in San Antonio, in college, the only television on our ﬂoor was in the student lounge and we out of touch with your friends. Oh My Gosh !!! Think of the horror ... Iowa Juvenile Home has historical-
Texas. were all enthused about the Bud Bowl (what else would you expect from not being in touch with someone 24/7!!! And then there’s Texting. Yeah, ly been the “last stop” for students
• There were three babies born 18- and 19-year-old boys?). We might be talking up a storm during the game right. Please! You kids have no idea how annoying you are. with their challenges. Admittedly,
at the Grundy hospital this week. itself, but when Bud Bowl came on it was time to shut up. Billy Bud, Bobby 8) And we didn’t have fancy Caller ID either! When the phone rang, and most troubling to me, the Di-
• Kirk Douglas and Kim Novak Bud, the “freezer” ... all characters from that ad series that I pulled off the top you had no idea who it was! It could be your school, your parents, your rector agreed that moving the boys
star in Strangers When We Meet of my head. boss, your bookie, the collection agent ... you just didn’t know!!! You had from IJH would cost more, but it
at the Center Theatre. Not during the Emmys, not during the World Series, not during American to pick it up and take your chances, mister! wouldn’t come from his budget, the
• Ground Beef = 2 pounds for Idol do you hear anything more than passing talk about the ads. If you do, 9) We didn’t have any fancy PlayStation or X-Box video games with increased expenditure would come
89¢. it’s usually not for a good reason. Yet entire Web sites are devoted to Super high-resolution 3-D graphics! We had the Atari 2600! With games like from another budget! In layper-
Bowl commercials. ‘Space Invaders’ and ‘Asteroids.’ Your screen guy was a little square! You son’s terms, that means that this cut
75 Years Ago This Week - 1935 actually had to use your imagination!!! And there were no multiple levels would actually cost MORE for tax-
• The roads in the county were Super Bowl ads have introduced the Apple Macintosh computer (in
1984) and the famous Master Lock ad series where a sharpshooter takes aim or screens, it was just one screen. Forever! And you could never win. The payers, but the DHS budget would
hardly open a second time when game just kept getting harder and harder and faster and faster until you
at a Master Lock in a failed attempt to open it (1973). A sports ad widely show a reduction!
a third terriﬁc snow storm closed died! Just like LIFE!
considered one of the best ever made debuted during the Super Bowl in I dug even deeper in to the reason
them up again. The last storm was 10) You had to use a little book called a TV Guide to ﬁnd out what was
1993, featuring basketball legends Michael Jordan and Larry Bird playing for the cuts. I found that it wasn’t
the worst of the season. Children in on! You were (out of luck) when it came to channel surﬁng! You had to
H-O-R-S-E for a McDonald’s hamburger and fries. “Through the window, Governor Culver that required IJH
the country have been brought to an get off your (rear end) and walk over to the TV to change the channel!!!
off the wall, nothing but net ...” to get cut, leaving Medicaid ex-
open road in sleds where they were NO REMOTES!!! Oh, no, what’s the world coming to?!?!
More often than not, the most entertaining ads come from either beer or penditures UNTOUCHED. The
picked up by the school busses. 11) There was no Cartoon Network either! You could only get cartoons
soft drink makers. The USA Today Super Bowl Ad Meter, which has allowed requirement to leave Iowa’s Med-
• The coal shortage in the on Saturday morning. Do you hear what I’m saying? We had to wait ALL
fans to rank their favorite commercials since 1989, has been won 10 times icaid spending at its current high
county is getting serious. Some of WEEK for cartoons, you spoiled little (kids)!
by Anheuser-Busch products and ﬁve times by Pepsi products. No other levels came from the ObamaCare
the dealers are entirely out. The product has won more than twice. The last two years have been exceptions 12) And we didn’t have microwaves. If we wanted to heat something legislation. There is a provision in
Grundy Center Light and Power to the rule, with snack foods taking the prize. Last year’s winner was that up, we had to use the stove! Imagine that! the Federal law telling states they
plant uses an average of 25 tons of great Snickers ad featuring Betty White. 13) And our parents told us to stay outside and play ... all day long. Oh, COULD NOT reduce their eligi-
coal a day. The plant has about a There’s a lot of interest in this year’s game locally, simply because there no, no electronics to soothe and comfort. And if you came back inside ... bility levels for Medicaid services
week’s supply on hand. are a lot of Packer fans around. Personally I go into the game pretty apathetic you were doing chores! through 2014 for adults and 2019
• Pheasants by the thousands — I don’t like or dislike either team. My favorite team, the Cleveland Browns, And car seats - oh, please! Mom threw you in the back seat and you for kids.
have been dying during the past is the Steelers’ arch-rival, though I have a lot of respect for the Steelers. And hung on. If you were lucky, you got the “safety arm” across the chest Tomorrow, Governor Branstad
few weeks of deep snow and cold I have several friends who are diehard Packer fans. at the last moment if she had to stop suddenly, and if your head hit the is providing his budget proposal,
weather. Farmers are encouraged Part of me wants to see the Packers win simply because I want to see them dashboard, well that was your fault for calling “shotgun” in the ﬁrst but looking ahead his new Direc-
to put grain out for them. stick it to Brett Favre. Aaron Rodgers has become one of the top quarterbacks place! tor told me that it was his goal that
• Offered at D.E. Lawless in the game, and a Super Bowl win should help him escape the shadow of See! That’s exactly what I’m talking about! You kids today have got IJH would keep the same boy/girl
Jewelry: Diamond Set Rings from Favre, who I place in the Joe Namath category as one of the most overrated it too easy. You’re spoiled rotten! You guys wouldn’t have lasted ﬁve census for the upcoming budget
$10 to $50. quarterbacks in football history. minutes back in 1970 or any time before!
year. I’ll be able to provide more
Henry Fonda stars in Way Down The only real negative thing about Super Bowl Sunday is that it marks
East at the Rialto Theatre. Regards, information after the Governor’s
the end of the football season. Americans love football, and from August to speech.
• Bacon = 29¢ per pound. early February it is the talk of the sports world. It is a perfect sport for today’s The Over 40 Crowd
world of 24-hour sports networks and talk radio because the games are once
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Grundy SOCIAL EVENTS Register Thursday, February 3, 2011 5
Delbert & Joneen Schoning are
Inside Grundy County
celebrating their 50th wedding an- By BILL ARNDORFER
We want to thank the Grundy Center niversary. They were married on Butler-Grundy Extension Educator
Community School and Girls’ Bas- February 3, 1961. They have three Prepare For Retirement Now
ketball Team for all of your thoughts,
children, Mike Schoning, Michelle No matter your stage in life, it is never too late to plan for retirement. In
prayers, cards of encouragement, and
gifts at the time of Dixie’s surgery Johnson and Melissa Schoning and fact, the younger you start saving and begin retirement planning, the better.
and recovery. You are all very special ﬁve grandchildren. The happy cou- The following information is from ISU Extension’s
to us! Coach Jones & Dixie ple recently retired and moved to retirement planning section found on the Finances
Morrison, Colorado. Cards may be webpage.
sent to 4370 S. Tabor Court, Morri- In your 20’s & 30’s– you’re just starting out,
son, CO 80465. perhaps buying a home, getting married, having
children. Your income is none-too-high, and your
We would like to thank our relatives,
friends, Cedar Valley Hospice and
expenses seem endless. You don’t have much to
our church family for all the prayers, spare for retirement; but even a small amount,
cards, memorials, food and flowers invested regularly, will yield signiﬁcant results.
since the death of our loved one. Also, 40th anniversary Why? Because you have so many years in which
thanks to Pastor Hoop for all his vis-
its and prayers and for the wonderful
Vows exchanged Dr. Frank and Sue Lamp of
your investment can grow! Even just ten dollars
per week, earning an eight percent return, will
service. The family of Mike Aalfs Erin Elizabeth Baumgart and Ty- Grundy Center will be celebrating yield $135,000 in forty years. If your employer
ler Craig Schildroth were married their 40th Anniversary with a trip to contributes a dollar-for-dollar match, then your re-
November 13, 2010. Parents of the a warmer climate. Frank Lamp and sults will be $270,000. You can’t afford not to contribute. It is worth it to
couple are Kris and Sandy Baumgart Sue Tucker were married Feb. 6, give up small things (such as stops at the coffee shop or lunches eaten out) in
of Newton and Craig and Marie 1971 in Ames. order to build security for your future.
My deepest gratitude to the two gen- Schildroth of Reinbeck. Dr. Lamp owns and operates In your 40’s & 50’s – your children hit college age, and suddenly every
tlemen from Phelps Implement for
coming to my aid on January 10th. The Rev. Betty Weidert performed Family Health Center in Grundy spare penny goes to tuition and college expenses; and even every penny you
For the ambulance service and our the 3:00 p.m. ceremony at the Rein- Center and Sue works as the ofﬁce have isn’t enough. Experts consistently recommend that if a family can’t do
new paramedic. For Dr. Opheim and beck United Methodist Church. Re- manager at the clinic. The couple both retirement and college saving, then retirement takes priority. After all,
his ER team and others on the hos- ception followed at the Sky Event has ﬁve children, Jesse Lamp, Owen if students graduate with some debt, they have their earning years ahead of
pital staff. You treated me with skill Centre in Waterloo. (Lauren) Lamp, of Grundy Center, them in which to deal with it. If you retire with inadequate resources, your
and compassion and you’re a bless- Maid of honor was Anne Reiter. Nathan (Marte) Lamp of Eikeland- ability to deal with a shortfall is much more limited. Make retirement saving
ing to the community. Thank you so Bridesmaids were Shanna Harms, sosen, Norway, Joe Lamp and Sara
much, Sandra Sloan a priority, even over college costs.
Maria Charbonneaux, Tiffany Muel- Lamp, both of Cedar Falls. They In your 50’s & 60’s – you wish you’d done more earlier, but now it is too
ler, and Megan Kasperbauer. Best
man was Jason Schildroth. Grooms-
95th birthday have 9 grandchildren, Julian, Tallu- late. With only ten years left, you’re sure there’s just no way you can put
Kirkwood Dean’s men were Doug Bruene, Tyler Lyon, Gertrudy Graig will celebrate her
la, Emma & Will of Grundy Center
and Aliyah, Rebekka, Paul, Rachel
aside enough to make a real difference; but it’s never too late. The planning
95th birthday on Wednesday, Feb. 2. and saving you do in the next ten years can have more impact than you might
List annouonced Jake Miller and Curt Baumgart.
The bride graduated from Iowa Cards may be sent to 209 F Avenue,
and Kari of Norway. expect. Suppose you put aside three hundred dollars per month, and your
CEDAR RAPIDS - Kirkwood Grundy Center, IA 50638 employer makes a ﬁfty percent match, so you have four hundred ﬁfty dollars
State University and is the Commu- per month going into a retirement account. At eight percent, that account
Community College has released its nity Outreach Coordinator for the
Dean’s List for the Fall 2010 Semes- would be worth $82,000 in ten years. If your investment earned ﬁve percent,
ter. These students have achieved a
Grundy County Memorial Hospital.
The groom graduated from Iowa
Palermo Clovers the result would be $70,000. Either amount is nothing to sneeze at. It won’t
3.3 grade point average or higher fund your entire retirement, but it will sure help when the house needs a new
after completing 12 or more credit
State University and farms near Re-
inbeck, where the couple resides.
Nutrition site menu meeting held roof or other special needs arise.
hours with the college. The January meeting of the Pal- Along with saving, planning now will also help. Review your annual
Friday, Feb. 4 — Meatloaf with ermo Clovers was held on January statement from the Social Security Administration and learn more about any
Kirkwood students from the area
Gravy, Whipped Potatoes with 15 at the home of Eileen Flater. pension beneﬁts available through your employer. Use a ﬁnancial retirement
earning this distinction include:
Skins, Tangy Spinach, Wheat Roll, tool to calculate how your income and expenses will balance out in retire-
Conrad: Samuel Paul Thomp-
son, Grundy, Liberal Arts - AA
Miller on Drake Tropical Fruit, and Margarine
Sixteen members answered the roll
call of “my middle name is...” ment. Ballpark Estimate is a non-commercial retirement calculator avail-
Monday, Feb. 7 — Taco Beef, able in interactive form at www.choosetosave.org/ballpark/. The National
Dike: Brittany Marie Swieter, Vice president Vanessa Ash
Grundy, Liberal Arts - AS Law honors list Shredded Cheese, Mexican Corn,
called the meeting to order. Jadyn Endowment for Financial Education has cooperated with Extension at the
Ivan E. Miller, son of Ivan V. Lettuce and Tomatoes, Corn Chips, federal level to produce a “Guidebook for Late Savers,” available on-line
Grundy Center: Nancy Ann Sawyer led the pledge to the Amer-
Miller and the late Ann Miller, was Pineapple Cherry Crisp, and Marga- at: http://www.smartaboutmoney.org/LinkClick.aspx?ﬁleticket=rcpmTScG
Keller, Grundy, Occupational Ther- ican Flag and the 4-H pledge was
named to the fall 2010 dean’s list at rine SoA%3d&tabid=442&mid=832. For more information, contact the Grundy
apy Assistant - AAS; Sean E Thurm, led by Kylie Willis.
Drake University Law School. Tuesday, Feb. 8 — Turkey Breast ofﬁce of ISU Extension at 319-824-6979.
Grundy, Management - AAS During the business meeting,
He is the grandson of the late with Gravy, Whipped Potatoes,
Holland: Miles Andrew Hamil- the group made plans for mak-
ton, Grundy, Liberal Arts - AS Clarence and Ruth Miller of Grundy Spinach, Multi- Grain bread, Fruited
ing ﬂeece blankets for donations. Happy 50th Birthday
Center. Orange Gelatin, and Margarine
Wellsburg: Daniel Dean Men- Presentations were given by Kelly
Wednesday, Feb. 9 — Roast
nen, Grundy, Liberal Arts - AA
Beef with Brown Gravy, Whipped Keezer. For the activity, they per-
Potatoes with Skin, Green Beans formed the Installation of Ofﬁcers.
Drake University with Red Peppers, Wheat Bread, Ice The hostesses were Mary, Liz and
UI Dean’s List Cream, Chocolate Frosted Yellow Vanessa Ash.
President’s List Cake, Margarine
Thursday, Feb. 10 — Cranberry
Next month’s meeting will be
on Saturday, Feb. 19 at 9 a.m. The
10 a.m. Monday
announced Dijon Chicken Breast, Baked Pinto hostesses will be Gabby Patrick
Kory Randall Nelson of Grundy Beans, Sliced Carrots, Wheat Bread,
Center is among 4,100 undergradu- DES MOINES -Kathy Nieder- and Jadyn Sawyer and Abby Tay-
Fresh Orange, and Margarine lor will give a presentation.
ate students at the University of Iowa mann of Reinbeck has been named Each meal includes milk. All
named to the UI Dean’s List for the to the President’s List at Drake Uni- Reporter: Abby Taylor
meals must be ordered by 9 a.m.
2010 fall semester. versity. Niedermann achieved this the day before receiving a meal. For
Students in the undergraduate academic honor by earning a grade- more information, to reserve a place
Colleges of Engineering, Liberal point average of 4.0 during the Fall or order a meal, call the Grundy Cen-
Arts and Sciences, Nursing, Busi- 2010 semester at Drake. ter Senior Center at (319) 824-3843.
ness and undergraduate programs in
the Carver College of Medicine who
achieve a g.p.a. of 3.50 or higher on
12 semester hours or more of Uni-
versity of Iowa graded course work
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6 Thursday, February 3, 2011
Volume 87 – Number 5
Dike Register The Grundy Register
Diane Paige, Correspondent
Phone: (319) 989-2163
SBT announces pending
WOLVERINE acquisition is complete
WAVERLY - John Rigler, Presi- Department services will be avail-
Senior Sketch 2011 Senior Sketch 2011 dent & CEO of State Bank & Trust able to customers at both banks
What is your full name? Kyle Lee Camarata What is your full name? Christine Marie Geiken Company, Waverly, and of Secu- • Decisions will continue to be
What is your nickname? Where did it come What is your nickname? Where did it come rity State Bank, New Hampton, an- made locally where we understand
from? Smash- sports; gump- A-P friends; pig- from? Fork-Kayla, Neno-Vicki when I was little, nounced the change of ownership of your needs
let- my grandma Carol; KC- Paul Paige; Italian Sista-muh sista (Marina) (:, Geico-Sam Hill and SBT was successfully completed as “This is a great ﬁt for both our
Stalian- West friends Sammy (: of January 2011. customers and employees,” said
What are the names of your immediate family What are the names of your immediate fam- State Bank & Trust Company, of- Mark Phillips, Market President of
members? Parents: Marty and Colleen Camarata. ily members? Parents: Ann Geiken- mom, Marv ﬁces located in Waverly, Janesville, State Bank & Trust Company. “It
Siblings: Maccoy Camarata Geiken- dad, Sue Geiken- step-mom. Siblings: Dike and New Hartford, will contin- will be a seamless transition and
What hobbies do you have? Going to movies, Chad Pruisner- brother, Kathy Pruisner- sister-in- ue to be operated with the same staff customers should expect business as
going bowling with the clan, hanging out at the law, Sara Newell- sister, Dave Newell- brother-in-
Dolans, sports, going golﬁng, playing video games, law, Abby Pruisner- sister, Kelli McWilliams- step- and under the same name, but with a usual.”
hanging out and listening to music with my Chicas, sister, Ty McWilliams- step-brother-in- law, Tay new look customers will begin to see Stop by and visit with John Rigler
hanging with Ashtyn, and movie parties with the clan. Williams- step-brother over the coming months. during a Meet & Greet session held
What activities are you involved in? Student Council, FCA, SADD, Wolver- What hobbies do you have? painting, drawing, hanging with muh sista boy- Roger said, “State Bank & Trust at SBT in Dike on February 3 from
ine Pals, golf, bowling, baseball, and cross country friend (Jason) and friends, going to bonﬁres Company will remain focused on 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
What is your best high school memory? Running my best time at Confer- What activities are you involved in? golf and vocal providing our community with lead-
ence Cross Country senior year. What is your best high school memory? being wild and crazy with the ing ﬁnancial products and services.”
What are your plans for the future? Go to Kirkwood to be a physical thera- friends, getting into trouble with Jessica, and beating AP in football (: “This partnership allows us to
pist. Find the woman of my dreams in college and get married. Spend my
honeymoon in Italy. Eventually move back to Dike and raise a family. Become
What are your plans for the future? go to Hawkeye then UNI for something
in business, getting married and have two or three kids
operate both banks more efﬁciently New arrivals
and to continue to serve our custom- Harlan Nielsen of Dike is great-
rich and donate a ton of money to Shriner’s Hospital in Minneapolis. Become What words do you want to leave behind for future graduates of DNH?
a season ticket holder for life to the Cubs games and Hawkeye games. “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” --T. Roosevelt ers with a personalized, community- grandpa again. This makes a total of
What words do you want to leave behind for future graduates of D-NH? based banking approach.” 34 great-grandchildren.
Give all the effort that you can so that later there is nothing that you can regret Over the next few months, State Waylon and Michelle (Andersen)
and you know that you have accomplished all that you can. Bank & Trust Company & Security Bern of Dike had a baby boy on Sep-
State Bank will work together to en- tember 16, 2010. They named him
Senior Sketch 2011 hance service, including: Axel Lane. He weighed 8 lbs, 11
Senior Sketch 2011 What is your full name? McKaila Dale Bruns • Both bank customers will be oz. and was 21 inches long. Waylon
What is your nickname? Where did it come able to use each others ATM without and Michelle have another son, Er-
What is your full name? Brandy Kristine Schip- from? Mic- I got it elem. and I have had it ever paying additional fees
per hart Kenneth, to welcome home new
since. • Investment Center and Trust
What is your nickname? Where did it come What are the names of your immediate family baby brother. Other grandparents
from? B & Fish & B-Thing members? Parents: Christine and Dale. Siblings: are great-grandma Lois Bern of Re-
What are the names of your immediate family Brooke and Morgan inbeck and Dennis and Mary Bern
members? Parents: Christine Schipper-Mother, also of Reinbeck. Maternal grandma
What hobbies do you have? Hanging out with my
Brad Schipper-Father. Siblings: Taylor Schipper & seesters Brooke and Morgan, going shopping with my mother, hanging out is Amy Jensen of Dike.
Pre-School & Harlan’s 34th great-grandchild
with Joseph, playing off season volleyball, going to Applebee’s, and spending
What hobbies do you have? Cheering, Baking, time with my grandma. I also enjoy hanging out and have amazing conversa- was born on November 27, 2010,
Running, Dancing, Hanging out with Pree, Shop-
tions with my bestest friend Abbie Perez. to Karen (Squires) and Mark Orton
ping, Rollerskating & Gourmet meals with Megan, What activities are you involved in? I’m involved with volleyball and Wol-
and doing hair of Clear Lake. They had a baby girl
verine Pals. and named her Ryann Rebecca. She
What activities are you involved in? Football Cheerleading, SADD, Wol- What is your best high school memory? My best high school memory is
verine Pals going to state volleyball all four years! weighed 6 lbs, 11 oz and was 19 1/2
What is your best high school memory? State XC runner-up 2009, beating Registration papers for the 2011- inches long. Ryann’s grandparents
What are your plans for the future? I plan to take my CNA classes, go to
AP in Playoffs, and VINN and hot tubing with the team after football games college, and get my nursing degree. Then ﬁnd a job that ﬁts me, get married,
12 Dike and New Hartford Pre- are Brent and Donna Orton and Mike
What are your plans for the future? Attend the University of Iowa for early have kids, and live a happy life! school and Kindergarten classes will and Claudia Squires of Greene.
childhood education or business, get married to an NBA player, and have a What words do you want to leave behind for future graduates of D-NH? be available in the Dike and New
beautiful family :) “Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you did Hartford Elementary ofﬁces begin-
What words do you want to leave behind for future graduates of D-NH? not do than by the things you did do. So, throw off the bowlines. Sail away ning Friday, February 11 at 8:00 a.m.
“Don’t be impatient even when it takes too long.” -Drake from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Please return registration papers by
Discover.”--Mark Twain. Noon Friday, February 18.
Dates for Dike
Please register your child for
Senior Sketch 2011 these classes as soon as possible. Thursday, Feb. 3
Registration forms are needed to Girls state basketball tourn
What is your full name? Megan Annemarie JV BB
Weichers Senior Sketch 2011 send out Kindergarten Round-Up
What is your nickname? Where did it come What is your full name? Kelly Marie Whipps dates and appointment times, and
also for conﬁguration of next year’s NH Odd Fellows
from? Mayo. Brandy Schipper gave the name to What is your nickname? Where did it come
me for no reason at all. preschool classes. Friday, Feb. 4
from? Kell, short for my name
What are the names of your immediate family Be advised there is a limit on en- Girls state BB
What are the names of your immediate family
members? Parents:Mike and Trisha Weichers Sib- members? Parents: Janine and Wayne Whipps. rollment for preschool, and enrollees HS BB at Dike
lings: Michael, Ethan, Toni Siblings: Kristen Whipps (sister), Val Bovy (sister) will be accepted in the order they Saturday, Feb. 5
What hobbies do you have? hanging out with and Brent Bovy (brother-in-law) register. Pre-school students must Girls State BB
my friends, Starbuck’s with Amanda, rollerblading What hobbies do you have? hanging out with State Speech contest
with Brandy, shopping be 3 and 4 years of age on or before
my friends and Nick, shopping, camping, ﬁshing, September 15 and potty trained. Sectional WR
What activities are you involved in? Football and horseback riding, showing pigs and horses, watch- BB 5-6
Basketball Cheerleading, soccer, Wolverine Pals, SADD ing football, going to ISU football games, going to Starbucks, Buffalo Wild If you know of families who may
not have access to this information, Sunday, Feb. 6
What is your best high school memory? State cross country 2009 and beat- Wings, and the Vinn, drawing, and painting.
please have them notify either the Local churh services
ing AP in football during the playoffs What activities are you involved in? Basketball, tennis, SAAD, Thespians,
What are your plans for the future? go the the University of Iowa, get a Dike Elementary (989-2487) or New Dike Open gym
Speech, Student Council, Conﬂict Manager, Football Stats, FFA, 4-H, youth
great job, get married and have a family Hartford Elementary (983-2206) of- NH Open gym
group, Wolverine Pals
What words do you want to leave behind for future graduates of D-NH? What is your best high school memory? winning conference for singles and ﬁce. Monday, Feb. 7
Whatever you are be a good one. -Abraham Lincoln team tennis last year, winning nationals for FFA Ag. Communications, beating HS BB at Clarksville
AP in the football playoffs this year and making it the the championship, prom Dike Legion/Aux
last year, homecoming senior year Tuesday, Feb. 8
What are your plans for the future? Go to UNI for Public Relations and Reg Dual team WR tourn
Senior Sketch 2011 Marketing and maybe minor in apparel merchandising, live and work in the Birthdays HS BB Boys at Dike
What is your full name? Jenna Mae Shirley Cedar Falls area, get married to the perfect guy and have a family. :) Senior Parents Night
What is your nickname? Where did it come What words do you want to leave behind for future graduates of D-NH? Thursday, Feb. 4: Tony Norton, NH Rebekahs 1:30
from? Jen/Jenny- from my brother. Peanut/Squirt- Be strong and courageous. Do not fear nor be dismayed for the Lord, your Mitch Weber, Brooke North Wednesday, Feb. 9
from my Mom and Dad. Jenna Mae- from Erin. God, is with you wherever you go. -Joshua 1:9
Friday, Feb. 5: Emily Fuller, Pat SVAB Test
Betty- from Kayla
What are the names of your immediate family Akin Dike City Council
members? Parents: Joan Marie Shirley and Mark Saturday, Feb. 6: Pat Middleswart. Dike Lions Bd meeting
Gerald Shirley. Siblings: Thomas Norman Shirley Senior Sketch 2011 Ryan Petersen, Harold Saathoff, Thursday, Feb. 10
What hobbies do you have? Scrap booking, run- Ruth Rindels JV BB at Reinbeck
ning, spending time with all of my friends, reading, What is your full name? Marin Elizabeth Ver- Sunday, Feb. 7: Kristen Whipps.
listening to my iPod, and taking silly pictures with hulst Randy Ehmen
Kayla and Erin What is your nickname? Where did it come
Monday, Feb. 8: Travis Kiewiet,
What activities are you involved in? SADD, Wolverine Pals, Drama, Band, from? Ver- Ashtyn/ Mr. Mitchell, Mawin-Ashtyn,
Marlin- Kayleigh Megan Juel Senior Citizens
Large Group Speech, TAG, Football Manager, Yearbook, Conﬂict Manager, Tuesday, Feb. 9: Leon Walter- The Dike Senior Citizens will
Teacher Cadette What are the names of your immediate family
members? Parents: Tom and Jennifer. Siblings: man hold their February potluck on Mon-
What is your best high school memory? Going to Florida for the music trip,
Participating in Large Group Speech, Beating A-P in the playoffs, Participat- Lauren and Olivia Wednesday, Feb. 10: Scott Freese, day, Feb. 7 at 12 noon in the Dike
ing in It’s A Wonderful Life What hobbies do you have? Hanging out with Ann Reinicke, Donald Rittgers, Car- Community room. All senior citi-
What are your plans for the future? Attend Iowa State University, hopefully friends, sports, Village Inn after football games, ol Mulder zens are invited and need to bring
get my degree in Veterinary Medicine, get married to a great guy, and have a singing and dancing, watching the Hawkeyes win, Thursday, Feb. 11: Larry Willms, one dish to share and bring your own
large, beautiful family. ﬁshing, bike rides, camping at the summer home Tyler Crew, Michael Greer table service.
What words do you want to leave behind for future graduates of D-NH? with Elli, Ashtyn, and Kayleigh, swimming, running, baking with Abbie, be-
“Never dull your shine for somebody else.” - Tyra Banks ing a super fan, and taking naps.
What activities are you involved in? Football Cheerleading, Basketball, In school or at home,
Soccer, SADD, Student Council, Speech, Play, Wolverine Pals
What is your best high school memory? Going to Florida my freshman year the newspaper is a
and beating AP in football textbook for life.
Konken Electric, Inc. What are your plans for the future? Go to college at University of Iowa,
possibly be a teacher or many other things, and just live my life to the fullest.
What words do you want to leave behind for future graduates of D-NH?
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The Grundy Register
Wellsburg Herald Thursday, February 3, 2011
Volume 87 – Number 5
"A HIDDEN TREASURE"
AGWSR High School honor rolls AGWSR lunch menu
All “A” Honor Roll - Quarter 2 Grade 11: Levi Arends, Shawna King, Derek Schipper, Ashley Stahl, (Breakfast includes milk & Fri., Feb. 4: Crispito, Cheese
Grade 9: Trevor Bakker, Au- Brigance, Katelynn Calef, Kollin Jacob Starr juice) Slice, Peanut Butter Sandwich,
tumn Rieken, Taylor Risius, Taylor DeBerg, Christopher Dutcher, Ian Grade 10: Joshua Bagley, Braden Fri., Feb. 4 Cereal & Toast Green Beans, Applesauce
Steinfeldt Fryslie, Luis Horiguchl, Austin Jas- Bonewitz, Emily Brekunitch, Mon., Feb. 7: Cereal & Toast Mon., Feb. 7: Grilled Chicken
Grade 10: Lucas Beving, Jayne pers, Kayla Nazario Brady Clark, Shelby Ewalt, Audrey Tues., Feb. 8: Breakfast Pizza Sandwich, Peas, Pears
Wiarda Grade 12: Jamie Ackerson, Hemmes, Marissa Horner, Hannah Wed., Feb. 9: Pancakes & Sau- Tues., Feb. 8: Tacos, Corn,
Grade 11: Kara Boyle, Laura Kasie Akins, Taylor Bohner, Brandy Johnson, Shelbi Nederhoff, Reagan sage Chocolate Cake, Juice
Eiten, Brittany Pilchard, Samantha Johnson, Evan Johnson, Katelyn Rieken, Abbey Schumacher, Hunter Thurs., Feb. 10: Breakfast Sand- Wed., Feb. 9: Sub Sandwich, Po-
Roelfs McMurray, Jessica Willms, Peter Wagner, Morgan Weichers, Cassan- wich tatoes, 1/2 Banana
Grade 12: Taryn Fisher, Jani Woodman dra Young LUNCH Thurs., Feb. 10: Chili, Cinnamon
Lippert Grade 11: Levi Arends, Shawna (Lunch includes salad bar & Rolls, Peaches
All “A” Honor Roll Brigance, Katelynn Calef, Kollin
HONORS’ Roll - Quarter 2 Semester 1 DeBerg, Christopher Dutcher, Luis
Grade 9: Kimberly Eillingson,
Grade 9: Trevor Bakker, Alexa
Johnson, Taylor Steinfeldt
Horiguchi, Austin Jaspers, Jacklyn
Keninger, Kayla Nazario, Nicole AGWSR Wellsburg
Jared Haupt, Danielle Henning, Ol- Grade 10: Jayne Wiarda Rotgers, Jennifer Wyatt
ivia Ingledue, Alexa Johnson, Da-
kota Jones, Alex McCready, Derek
Grade 11: Kara Boyle, Laura Ei-
ten, Brittany Pilchard
Grade 12: Jamie Ackerson, Tay-
lor Bohner, Benjamin DeBerg, Ce- 103rd birthday
Thursday, Feb. 3: 4:15 p.m., JH
Schipper, Anna Wilson
Grade 10: Adrian Aswegan,
Grade 12: Jani Lippert sar Guevara, Evan Johnson, Megan
Pieters, Kassandra Reyes, Amanda
Emma deNeui will be celebrat-
ing her 103rd birthday on February
Wrestling at Traer; 6:15 p.m., BB
Big Game Party!
Molly Boheman, Brooklyn Calef, HONORS’ Roll - Semester 1 Sadowski, Jason Sadowski, April 9. Greetings may be sent to her at Friday, Feb. 4: 4 p.m., Bowling Sun., Feb. 6
Ella Frazier, Kendal Gast, Marissa (3.668-4.000 GPA) Sistern, Shelby Weichers, Peter the Presbyterian Village, 502 But-
Horner, Valerie Lindaman, Kyle Grade 9: Lukas Christopherson, Woodman ler St., Ackley, Iowa 50601
at Iowa Falls with Denver; 6:15
p.m., BB at Grundy Center.
Open at 3:00
Lippert, Xairia Opperman, Marissa Kimberly Eillingson, Jared Haupt, Saturday, Feb. 5: State Speech Serving Brats
Roberts, Abbey Schumacher, Mor- Danielle Henning, Olivia Ingledue,
gan Weichers, Kristen Zacharias Dakota Jones, Alex McCready, Au-
at Decorah (Large Group); 9:30 & BBQ Ribs
a.m., Freshman G/B BB at Hamp-
Grade 11: Alyssa Arends, Dani-
elle Fisher, Tyler Groninga, Jack-
tumn Rieken, Taylor Risius, Anna
Northwest Missouri State ton; 12 p.m., Wrestling Sectionals 519 N. Adams
lyn Keninger, Nicole Rotgers, Amy Grade 10: Adrian Aswegan, Lu-
at Central Springs. Wellsburg
Smith, Kelly Stockdale cas Beving, Molly Boehman, Brook- announces fall 2010 honor roll Sunday, Feb. 6: Wartburg Honor
Grade 12: Jake Bagley, Ashley lyn Calef, Ella Frazier, Kendal Gast, MARYVILLE, Mo. – The Ofﬁce of the Registrar at Northwest Mis-
Brandt, Courtney Clawson, Jaimie Valerie Lindaman, Kyle Lippert, Monday, Feb. 7: 6:15 p.m., BB
souri State University in Maryville announces the names of students who
Gray, Samantha Heitland, Meghen Xairia Opperman, Marissa Roberts, at home.
were named to the Academic or President’s Honor Roll at the end of the
Jones, Mikayla Jones, Lauryn Kap- Jessica Teske, Kristen Zacharias Tuesday, Feb. 8: 4 p.m., F/JV
2010 fall trimester.
pel, Morgan Keene, Annette Swi- Grade 11: Alyssa Arends, Dani- Girls BB at home; 5 p.m., F/JV
To be included on the Academic Honor Roll a student must carry a
eter, Nicole Thompson elle Fisher, Tyler Groninga, Sa- Boys BB at home; 6:15 p.m., BB
minimum of 12 credit hours and attain a grade point average of 3.50 or
mantha Roelfs, Amy Smith, Kelly at home.
above on a 4.00 scale. Students named to the President’s Honor Roll have
HONOR Roll - Quarter 2 Stockdale Thursday, Feb. 10: UNI Honor
attained a perfect 4.00 GPA for the trimester.
(3.250-3.667) Grade 12: Jake Bagley, Ashley Band.
Wellsburg: Brian A. Lage, Academic
Grade 9: Owen Abkes, Lukas Brandt, Courtney Clawson, Taryn
Christopherson, Austin Dolleslager, Fisher, Jaimie Gray, Samantha
It’s a STEAL!
Madison Fryslie, Morgan Harms, Heitland, Brandy Johnson, Meghen
Brooke Harrenstein, Austin Heit-
land, Dillin Hofmeister, Jaime Huer-
Jones, Mikayla Jones, Lauryn Kap-
pel, Morgan Keene, Katelyn Mc-
ta, Evan Janssen, Eryn King, Ashley Murray, Annette Swieter, Nicole scHmidt &
Stahl, Jacob Starr
Grade 10: Joshua Bagley, Em-
ily Brekunitch, Brady Clark, Shelby HONOR Roll - Semester 1
Ewalt, Audrey Hemmes, Hannah (3.250-3.667) is only Office at
507 3rd St., Wellsburg
Johnson, Jacob Johnon, Shelbi Ne-
derhoff, Reagan Rieken, Jessica
Grade 9: Owen Abkes, Aus-
tin Dolleslager, Madison Fryslie,
$6.60 an inch in Phone 641-869-3711
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Tom & Jean Bower, Pastors Pleasant Valley United Methodist Liberty Baptist Church (GARBC) two or more people, it is important to
319-824-5471 Dot Geersema, Pastor Dennis Sanders, Pastor realize that conversation is virtually
9:00 Adult Sunday School 641-869-3637 319-989-2141 everywhere. Thinking is, in essence,
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First Baptist Church extended conversation with an author.
Mike Nemmers, Pastor Mike Weaver, Pastor
319-824-3324 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship beaman Television is likewise a sort of conver-
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St. John Lutheran Church 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship Our waking life is one big conversa-
First Presbyterian Church Bruce Zimmermann, Pastor tion, and even our dream life is a kind
8:45 a.m. Morning Worship
Reverend Mike Campbell
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319-824-3152 Alice Church of God scious mind seems to send messages
9:00 a.m. Worship Service Class
Stephen E. Harvey, Pastor to our conscious selves. We should
St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran 641-366-2072 tend these conversations, and “mind”
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10:15 a.m. Pastor led Bible Study in FH
St. Peter’s United Church of Christ 641-366-2342 friends and family; your character and
Harold Miller, Pastor 8:45 a.m. Sunday School reputation are built largely on your
Orchard Hill Church (Center Theatre) 11 a.m. Fellowship words and whether they match your
8 a.m. Morning Worship deeds. Exercise discretion over the
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United Reformed Church Jennifer Daniel, Pastor media; don’t be a passive recipient of
Holland Matthew Nuiver, Pastor 641-366-2325
anything and everything that comes
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Larry Hoop & Larry Doughan, Pastors 10:45 a.m. Worship your way but make an effort to fill
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319-824-5231 10:45 Sunday School
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Steamboat Rock Baptist Church Rev. David Kucera not only speak but also listen to what
New Hope Fellowship Harrison Lippert, Pastor 319-345-2006 God has to say to us.
Gary Nibbelink, Pastor Bryce Roskens, Associate Pastor Mass: 5 p.m., Saturday - Parkersburg
10 a.m. Sunday Service 8:45 a.m. Traditional Service 9 a.m., Sunday - Reinbeck
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9:30 a.m. Morning Worship Rouse Motor Co.
10:30 a.m. Fellowship Time
10:45 Sunday School