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2009 Your Local E Ryan Pedersen News Media Source theeaglegroveeagle.com Thursday, December 9, 2010 EAGLE GROVE Meet the new teacher EAGLE Volume 126 Issue Number 49 Cost $1.25 Winter Sports Mike Boyd Photo by Kim Demory The takes over as new City The ﬁrst snow sampling of the season While some people cringed at the sight of the white ﬂuffy stuff falling from the sky on Friday, Elves Clean your Administrator Dec. 3, 2010, others took full advantage of it. There’s just something about the ﬁrst snowfall that just tempts little boys like Mack Morgan (left) and Quinn Whaley (right) to roll in it, throw for sidewalks… it, and eat it while waiting for the prep-kindergarten school bus to arrive. Window Wonderland the City Council BRIEFLY Goodwill’s trailer to elderly Santa’s Warehouse be in Eagle Grove Wednesday, Dec. 8 Goodwill’s Ambassador trailer will be in Eagle Grove beginning and Thursday, Dec. 9 Monday, Dec. 13, until Monday Dec. 20. Goodwill School and 5 - 7 p.m. Donations are to be placed in the Ambassador trailer located at EG Elementary the SE corner of town on South Jackson, the vacant lot. trailer in EG community Donations are to be placed as far to the front of the trailer as ••• possible. Furniture and large appliances cannot be accepted. A Holiday of Music working Goodwill will gratefully accept your donations of sellable Thursday, Dec. 9 clothing, usable working small appliances, and household goods, 1 & 9 p.m. together sporting goods, and toys. Clarion Elementary Gym Donations are processed and sold in the Goodwill stores to support ••• the programs and services we provide for people with disabilities and disadvantaging conditions. FBLA Conference Holiday Open House Friday, Dec. 10 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. First State Bank - EG Eagle Grove Eagle ••• Ways to go EARLY DEADLINE Breakfast With Santa next week. Saturday, December 11 9:30 & 10:00 a.m. “green” this All copy due Thursday, Dec. 9th by reservations holiday 4 p.m. No exceptions! EG Memorial Library ••• Leighism gets vocal Rotary Ann Open House Sunday, December 12 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. Photo by Karla Thompson about shopping local Cody Harrison gets a fall in the opening round over North & South Homes ****** Ballard’s wrestler at 152 during the Eagle Invite. Look Alumni EG Wrestlers theeaglegroveeagle.com inside this week’s Eagle for more from this meet. Lots of Goodies & Entertainment!!!! ••• Come and have Eagle Grove Chorale & EG Bronze Christmas Concert Keylyee Sunday, December 12 Kepler at 3 p.m. Breakfast Breakfast United Methodist Church with Santa ••• 2009 School Board Meeting Monday, Dec. 13 6 p.m. Superintendent’s Office ••• with Santa Share Christmas Box Packing Tuesday, Dec. 14 Starts at 8:30 a.m. Volunteers Welcome ••• Fareway Holiday Open House This Saturday, Wednesday, Dec. 15 5 - 9 p.m. Eagle Grove Store ••• 4th-Grade Winter Concert Thursday, Dec. 16 Dec. 11th 7 p.m. RBMS Auditorium ••• FREE at the EG Memorial Library EG Memorial Library and Equality Club Reservations for Are sponsoring a mitten tree at the library. Socks, 9:30 a.m. & 10 a.m. underwear, mittens, hats, and monetary donations are greatly appreciated. Shop Local Bring your camera for pictures with Santa Great gift ideas for everyone ( Eagle Gove Chorale and EG Bronze concert Sunday, Dec. 12 at 3 p.m. United Methodist Church on your The following businesses encourage you to GET VOCAL, SHOP LOCAL list. …AND PARTICIPATE IN LOCAL HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES A & J Construction Eagle Building Supply Goldfield Access Network Malloy Law Firm Shopper’s Supply Alpharma Animal Health Eagle Grove Eagle J&J Sports Mel R. Sampson, Accounting Sparboe Anderson Trenching Eagle Grove Greenhouses Jessica’s Country Kitchen Oldson’s Plumbing, Heating State Farm Insurance Ben Franklin® Bachel’s Body Shop Eagle Monument Knudsen Realty & A/C Town & Country Insurance EAGLE GROVE • 448-3543 Ben Franklin Eagle Pharmacy Knutzon’s Inc. Parrott Family Chiropractic Wright Medical Center HOURS: Cellular Connect Fareway Stores Lalor Construction Ryerson Realty LLC Mon. - Fri. 9 - 6 Christ Furniture First Sate Bank Lewright’s Sadler Construction Co. Sat. 9 - 5 • Sun. Noon - 4 City of Eagle Grove Foust Funeral Home Lyle’s Ford-Mercury Security Savings Bank Contact us by e-mail at email@example.com 314 W. Broadway P.O. Box 6 Mailed December 8, 2010 2 Thursday, December 9, 2010 EAGLE GROVE EAGLE Clean your sidewalks or the Photo by Kim Demory City will clean your pockets At Monday evening’s Dec. 6th attempt to clear the street from snow, Public Hearing Notice for or against the property; no matter City Council meeting, the Council is slowed down or hindered when Greg Umthun is requesting where you live in Eagle Grove. discussed Ordinance 136.03, which vehicles are parked on the streets. a Public Hearing concerning the Sewer Grant requires all homeowners to remove Amending Resolutions planning and zoning of the former Since the City has qualiﬁed for snow, ice, and accumulation after Resolution 2010-61, which Umthun building, located at 910 S. over $2 million for improving the a snow event from their sidewalks. deals with Ordinance Amending Jackson. The hearing is set for Dec. sewer system in the SE part of town, Even though this Ordinance has of 62-01, was heard and will be on 20th (the next regularly scheduled information is starting to ﬂow to us. been in place for a while, the City the next agenda. It states that all City Council meeting), at 7 p.m., at They are discussing a schedule of will now enforce it. You will have owners and drivers of motor vehicles the City Council Chambers. how the construction will take place. 24 hours to clear the snow from your are required to maintain ﬁnancial The hearing will be conducted For instance, the ﬁrst step is to select sidewalk when the snowfall ﬁnishes. liability coverage. This is done so for rezoning from R2 to R4 and part an engineer. After that, designs will After the 24-hour period has passed, that the majority of the ﬁne money of the area that will be rezoned from be completed and permits applied you could be charged a minimum of for those not covered by insurance I1 to R4. These zoning changes are for and land aquired. There are six $30 for the City to remove the snow. can be recovered by the City. necessary for the redevelopment phases to this project. Because the City employees do not have the time or manpower to Resolution 2010-61 amending chapter 97.02.04 and 97.02.05 (Sewer of the property into apartment complexes. Property owners in More information will be forthcoming concerning the time/ In memory shovel sidewalks, a discussion was Inspection). Several individuals that the Parkview area, as well as all months that construction will start City Administrator Mike Boyd (left) held to hire various organizations have purchased property where there residents living close to that area, are and the process it will go through. and Mayor Ray Kellogg (right) from the school (FBLA, NHS, etc). was an existing house or building, and invited to attend the meeting. The You can be assured that your presented Connie Riley with a to do the job. The City will collect their plans were to destroy, remove, City will be sending a copy of the hometown newspaper will keep you plaque Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010 in the money and distribute it to the or burn the buildings…was there a proposed changes and how it will fully informed of the construction grateful appreciation of all that her organization who did the clearing. need for a sewer inspection since it effect your property. If you would project. husband, the late Paul Riley, did for Chief of Police Dan Carrigan is required by the ordinance when like an opportunity to speak to the These improvements, from the City of Eagle Grove. Paul was also reminded everyone of the there is a transfer or property? Since Council regarding your questions beginning to end, will take a ﬁreﬁghter for 42 years and served snow ban enforcements. If the City there will be no existing building or concerns, be present at the next approximately three years to as one of the original EMTs. “He receives one inch or more of snow, on the property after destruction/ Council meeting. complete. the police department can ﬁne you removal of the existing building, no This apartment complex will Comments? Go to: loved the ﬁre department and this for parking your vehicle in the inspection is required. have a major change in the area. theeaglegroveeagle.com town, and it really showed,” said street. The Street Department, in an Don’t miss the opportunity to speak Attn: Leigh Banwell Connie. Photo by Kim Demory Gingerbread house winner Deb Smith was voted by the public to be the winner of $100 in Chamber Bucks inthe Gingerbread House Contest held in conjunction with Window Wonderland. Deb’s house is number two (on the left). Second place went to Peggy Erickson who won $75 in Chamber bucks. Shea Whaley won $25 Chamber Bucks for her third-place It’s FUN…It’s FREE… ﬁnish. Watch the Christmas edition of the Eagle for photos of their gingerbread houses. and your kids will love seeing their letters 515-825-3770 published in the Christmas edition of the Brassﬁeld W 405118 Hwy 3 Dr. Writing letters to Santa is a childhood memory you’ll cherish forever. Why not PO Box 28 go one step further, and have them published in the Eagle so they can keep them Goldﬁeld, IA forever? It’s fun, it’s easy, and it’s FREE. 50542 Paul D. Tokheim, CLU, LUTCF paul@tokheimﬁnancial.com All letters should be dropped off at the Eagle Grove Eagle by Dec. 13. EAGLE GROVE If the office is closed, leave the letter in the mailbox by the front door Life - Health - Long-term Care - Disability EAGLE Annuity - Investments and we’ll forward it to Santa for you. Then, watch for your letter to be published in the Dec. 23 edition of the EG Eagle. Securities offered through First Heartland Capital, Inc. 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For Grove…leading the City as the new Belmond. many, it’s not so much the food that’s Administrator. Boyd admits that the one on it, but the people who are around Boyd was ready and willing to thing he would like to do more of it. give 100 percent in working with is get involved in local clubs and It was with this intention that Mayor Ray Kellogg and the City organizations. Having spent so Bert Aukland and Corrie Mork, Council members when he walked much time on school, family, and owners of Moka Cafe in Eagle Grove, planned a community Thanksgiving into his ofﬁce for his ﬁrst day on the working out of town has limited his feast at their restaurant. The guest job, Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010. opportunities. Now that he is the list included any local resident who Eagle Grove City Administrator, was looking for someone to share “I really believe he will make these community their holiday meal with. There that at this time in organizations a priority…and he’s was no income guideline, and in Photo by Cathy Vanderheiden excited to get involved with them. fact, the entire meal was free. They Eagle Grove Bronze members practicing my career, it will be Boyd was upfront in saying were hoping to feed the hungry, give very satisfying to give that he realizes being the City company to the lonely, and provide Chorale and Bronze in concert Administrator will be different a gathering place where they could Do you enjoy the beautiful music of the Christmas season? If you are back to the community. from anything he’s done, and that share all they were thankful for. thinking “Yes, I do.” I know of a great way you can hear some of this New Eagle Grove Bert said that for the ﬁrst year, Eagle Grove has been City Administrator, Mike Boyd the older one gets, the tougher it is things went really, really well. music. to change. “It was just wonderful,” she said On Sunday, December 12 at 3:00 pm, the Eagle Grove Chorale and Eagle very good to me, and proudly to have satisiﬁed a dream she Grove Bronze are uniting for a Christmas concert at the Eagle Grove United I think I have a lot I above-and-beyond efforts. “I, however, think change has had for many years of hosting Methodist Church. The program, “Joy to the World” will add to your pleasure “It’s admirable when you such an event. of the season. can contribute to the have long-term employees who are helps me to keep things in Bert guessed there were between town,” said Boyd passionately. 60 and 80 meals served that day, and Roi Anne Gearhart is the director of the Eagle Grove Chorale. The Chorale As he settles into his new dedicated to their jobs…especially when budgets and salaries are perspective,” he said. she’s hoping that the number will be began as the A Sharp Music Club, an all woman group, performing for over In his free time, Boyd will even higher next year. 50 years. Roi Anne became involved with the Club in the 1970’s. That group position, Boyd sees two areas as his constrained,” Boyd commented. continue to teach human resource “God willing…we will hold a evolved into the Eagle Grove Chorale in the 1980’s, a group with both male top priorities; working on job and At the same time, he wants to management and other related Thanksgiving feast like this again and female members. Sandy Muzzey is the assistant director. Ann Shriver business development, as well as make sure that the work done by business classes during the evenings next year in Eagle Grove,” she said. promoting community pride. City employees is of value to the at Buena Vista. He also enjoys Even though the preparations and David Moklebust are accompanists for the group of 25-30 voices. “Through the years we’ve all public, to make sure their tax dollars spending time outdoors, hunting and began in the early morning hours, The Eagle Grove Bronze has the amazing ability to play on 4 octaves seen the trials of a small community are being well spent, whether they ﬁshing with his sons, and surﬁng the workload was made easier by of hand bells with a ten group ensemble. Cathy Moklebust is not only the with declining employment and be for employees who are appointed countless volunteers. Bert and Corrie the web for things to read that are director of the Bronze, but also has arranged some of the music performed struggling businesses,” he said. “But or hired. were touched beyond belief by the educational and thought-provoking. by both the Bronze and the Chorale. She and her husband, David, have it all goes back to energizing people Boyd’s management experience There’s one more thing that generosity of community members, buisnesses, family, and friends also arranged two familiar carols for the audience to sing along with the and providing good leadership to comes from a wealth of education Boyd may undertake in his free who contributed. There were three Choraleand the Bronze. turn things around.” and training, including returning to time…years ago, when he began different people who dropped in at Really get yourself into the mood of this holiday season by attending the Boyd would also like to spend Iowa Central Community College buying property for rental income, Moka…not to eat, but to make a $100 concert Sunday afternoon. You’ll be glad you did! some time analyzing all the city in his 30’s to obtain an Associates he wrote down in his planner that his contribution to the cause. Watch for the proﬁles of these talented Eagle Grovians in the Christmas employees and the jobs they do. Degree. He then went on to earn a long-term goal was to one day earn Although there was no charge He realizes, as a man with past BA in business management from his masters degree. He achieved for the meal (that wan’t the purpose Edition of the “Eagle.” management experience, that often Buena Vista Fort Dodge, all while that goal when he was 54! of the gathering), at the end of the day times their efforts and dedications being a husband to his wife (Jackie) Moka had received roughly $900. “Who knows, maybe I’ll go can be easily overlooked. That and helping to raise their four back for my PHD,” he added. From that, Bert and Corrie deposited is why he would like to not only $755 in the “Thanksgiving Account” children (Brad, Michelle, Michea, Comments? Go to: for next year’s meal, $50 to Upper Des develop a close working relationship and Lars). He even eventually theeaglegroveeagle.com Moines Opportunity, and another $50 with them, but also take a look at earned a Master’s Degree through Attn: Kim Demory to the Food Pantry. how they can be recognized for their Liberty University of Virginia. While there were many good stories to share about the fellowship of the day, there was one scene that really stuck out. Three different ladies came to Moka by themselves… but were thankful to eat together as friends. Check out our website!!! Comments? Go to: theeaglegroveeagle.com Attn: Kim Demory www.theeaglegroveeagle.com Let us help you find the right vehicle Christmas Dinner 2001 Crab Legs Buffet Weekly Coverage in Eagle Grove and Surrounding Communities Cadillac DeVille DHS Postal Information: USPS 163-740 Weekly Periodical postage paid at the Eagle Grove Post Office. Send address changes to the Eagle Grove Eagle, P.O. 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Box 6 • Eagle Grove, IA 50533 • 515-448-4745 HWY. 17 SOUTH • EAGLE GROVE • 448-5171 www.lylesfordmercury.com 4 Thursday, December 9, 2010 EaglE grovE EaglE The student returns as the teacher Courthouse Ryan Pedersen was sitting in Jerry Becker’s ninth-grade history class when he first realized he wanted to be a teacher. News “I was so amazed at the passion and love that he showed for teaching,” he said. “His classes were very strict, but I really enjoyed them because he made me want to learn. I want to CLERK OF COURT +costs. Living Trust (Q.C.D.) 31-93-23 SW be that type of teacher. I want to Brian Joseph Arnold of Des Susan Jane Nelson of Belmond, Riverview Subdivision; 30-93-23 touch the lives of my students and Moines, speeding 60 in 55 m.p.h. speeding 35 in 25 m.p.h. zone while NE Tract; 19-93-23 SW Tract; 19- my athletes on a regular basis.” zone on 10-29-10 while operating a operating a Chevrolet passenger car 93-23 NW Tract; Lots 7, 8 & 9 Blk 4 When Pedersen graduated from Chevrolet S-10 pickup in the 3000 in 500 Block of Luick Lane North, Country Club Estates to Belmond. the University of Northern Iowa in Block of Highway #69, $92. Belmond, on 11-08-10, $54 + costs. Larry A. and Wilma W. Aldrich 2003 with a degree in elementary Aundreah Brianna Aune of Alejandro Puente-Morales of to Larry A. Aldrich LE, Wilma W. education, he had hoped to find work Minneapolis, Minnesota, speeding Clarion, no proof of insurance on Aldrich LE, Elizabeth A. Rydberg, in a small community like Eagle 20 m.p.h. over posted limit + $5 each 2005 Ford pickup while traveling on Janice K. Booth, Jeanette A. Morris, Grove, but he never dreamed he additional mile on 10-18-10 while R-38 on 10-18-10, $337.50 + costs. Mark A. Aldrich (WD) 21-92-23 would one day have the opportunity operating a 2005 Mercury passenger Juan C. Quinanela of Perry, NW; 14-92-23 SW, undivided 3/8 to return to his alma mater (a 1998 car on I-35, mile marker 152, $162 operating a 1999 Ford passenger interest; 23-92-23 NW, undivided graduate). 1998 Eagle Grove High School graduate Ryan Pedersen has + costs. car on Highway #69, south of 3/8 interest. After spending three years returned home to teach second grade students. Christopher Brandon Bittner intersection of 310th Street on 11-06- Burdette N. and Clarice H. as a substitute teacher in the Iowa of Fort Dodge, operating a 2008 10 without a valid driver’s license, Thompson to Andrea L. Anderson City and Ankeny school districts, Pedersen will also be taking Pedersen pointed out, “I not Kia in 100 Block of South Main, $270 + costs; speeding 6-10 m.p.h. (WD) 6-91-24 SW tract in Outlot 3. Pedersen heard of the second-grade his teaching skills to the basketball only want my students to learn the Clarion without proof of liability on over limit, $54 + costs. Robert L. Coon to Leo C. Kiley teaching position in the middle of court. His contract includes him subject matter they need to know in vehicle, $337.50 + costs; no current Juan S. Reyes of Galt, operating (WD) Lot 1 Blk 21 Original Addition this school year and jumped at the as the EGHS JV Boys’ Basketball second grade, but I want them to also registration displayed on or with a motor vehicle without a valid to Goldfield. chance. As a result of state funding Team coach. learn to be good kids of character. vehicle, $27 + costs. driver’s license on 10-24-10 in 800 Stephen K. and Joan R. DeCook received after classes began, and Pedersen’s wife, Rachel I want them to learn to treat others Richard Stephen Brooks II of Block of Central Avenue, Clarion, to James D. Schipull (WD) 33-92-26 large class sizes, the Eagle Grove (Swalin), is also an Eagle Grove with respect. I want the students to North Olmstead, Ohio, speeding 11- $270 + costs. NE E ½ lying north of RR r-o-w. School District was able to hire High School graduate. For now, have fun and love to come to school. 15 m.p.h. over posted limit on 10- Douglas David Schiltz of Dakota Hazel K. Barmore, Lois B. Pedersen, who began on October she and their two children, Natalie My personal goal as a teacher is to 07-10 on I-35, mile marker 153, with City, speeding 85 in 55 m.p.h. zone Kagan, POA/Lois B. Kagan/Mikael 28, 2010. This required some class (four) and Gavin (two) are staying be someone the students can look up a 2010 Chevrolet van, $108 + costs. on 10-24-10 while operating a Kagan, Paul Michael Barmore/Dale restructuring from two to three, but at their home in Ankeny. He stays to…in and out of the classroom.” Larry Gordon Bullock, Jr. of Lincoln passenger car in 1900 Block H. Barmore/Steven W. and Wendy Pedersen wholeheartedly believes it with his parents, Darrell and Shelby In his free time, Pedersen enjoys Stratford, speeding 6-10 m.p.h. of Highway #3, $255. Barmore to Cahalan Investments was worth the effort. Smaller class Pedersen, during the week, and reading books and playing with his over posted limit on 10-21-10 while Sean Stein of Eagle Grove, stop LLC (WD) Lots 16, 17, 18 & 19 Blk sizes far outweigh any disruption the then travels home to his wife and children, as well as watching and operating a 1997 Buick passenger sign violation on 10-26-10 while 1 Miller and Odenheimer’s Addition switching may have caused. children on the weekend. It won’t playing all types of sports. car on C-70, $54 + costs. operating a Buick passenger car near to Eagle Grove. “Having three sections allows be for that much longer, though, Comments? Go to: Douglas Peter Carnahan of intersection of Ida Avenue on C-70, Lawrence A. Brott to Richard the children to have more individual as the whole family is making the theeaglegroveeagle.com Grimes, seat belt violation on 10- $140 + costs. W. Mussman (WD) Lot 19 exc. N time with the teachers,” Pedersen move to Eagle Grove by the end of Attn: Kim Demory 18-10 while operating a 1996 Ford Shannon Kay Sturgeon of Iowa 55’; Lot 20 exc. N 55’ Lot 20, Blk 2 added. this month. F-250 pickup on Highway #69 near Falls, operating a motor vehicle Sheldon’s Addition to Clarion. the intersection of 290th Street, without proof of liability, 10-20-10, Kathleen H. Dorr to Chad A. and $67.50 + costs. while traveling on Highway #69 Melanie K. Porter (WD) Lot 5, Lot WE NEED YOUR RECIPES!! Jacob Fuentes Castaneda of Eagle near intersection of 230th Street, 6 W ½ Blk 2 Kirkendall Addition to Grove, operating a non-registered $402.50. Belmond. vehicle (1994 Plymouth) on Highway Iqbal Singh Takhar of Delano, WRIGHT COUNTY The #17 on 10-20-10, $67.50 + costs. California, stop sign violation on 10- SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT Joseph Patrick Condon of Barnum, 27-10 while operating a 2008 KW *Any criminal charge listed speeding 6-10 m.p.h. over posted semi tractor/trailer on Highway #69, is merely an accusation and any limit on 10-06-10 with a 2009 Ford $135 + costs. defendant is presumed innocent until passenger car on C-70, $54 + costs; Jonathan Tapia of Belmond, and unless proven guilty. speeding 11-15 m.p.h. over posted operating a motor vehicle without 11-24-10: A deer/vehicle accident limit on 10-13-10 while eastbound valid driver’s license in the 1300 was reported by Laura Jane Wenzel Do you have a favorite on C-54, $108 + costs. Block of Highway #69, Belmond on of Belmond as she was traveling HOLIDAY RECIPE you Johnie Max Creamer of Rainier, Washington, seat belt violation on 10-18-10 while operating a 1986 10-29-10, $275 + costs. 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The vehicle If you would like to include $17.00 — 26 weeks $25.00 — 6 months operating a Buick passenger car speeding 75 in 55 m.p.h. zone on sustained approximately $5,000 in a photo of your recipe, or a $24.00 — 39 weeks $36.00 — 9 months on 7th Street and First Street S.E., 11-01-10 while operating a Pontiac damages. Belmond, passenger car on C-70, $181.50. 11-24-10: A 2007 Ford Explorer photo of you or your family $30.00 — 52 weeks $46.00 — 1 year preparing the recipe, we Crystal Ann Eckhoff of Belmond, BIRTHS-WRIGHT MEDICAL XLT, registered to Rafael Meza $60.00 — 2 years $92.00 — 2 years speeding 1-5 m.p.h. over posted CENTER, CLARION of Eagle Grove was found would enjoy including them limit on 9-29-10 with a 1997 Honda Male, YoVani Cesar Morales, born abandoned with vehicle sustaining as well. Please identify the $90.00 — 3 years passenger car on C-20, $27 + costs. November 1, 2010 to Jessica Reena approximately $3,000 in damages. Todd Dean Fekkers of Meservey, Klinger Martinez-Roque, Webster 11-24-10: An accident was people in the photo. This is a speeding 1-5 m.p.h. over posted limit County, Iowa. reported by Carlos Hernandez of free submission, so why not Eagle Grove Online/Print Combo Subs on 9-28-10 while operating a 1994 Female, Jayla Rae Williams, Clarion as he was traveling on participate?! Ford passenger car on Highway $69, born November 2, 2010 to Jennifer Highway #3 with a 1995 Ford SUV. $20.00 Wright and Surrounding Counties — 13 weeks $27 + costs. Sue Hammel, Cerro Gordo County, The icy road conditions may have $32.00 Wright and Surrounding Counties — 26 weeks Mark Alan Foss of Belmond, Iowa. been the cause of the driver losing seat belt violation on 10-19-10 Female, Caroline Rose Bowman, control of the vehicle, going into the $45.00 Wright and Surrounding Counties — 39 weeks with operating a 2003 Toyota in born November 3, 2010 to David ditch and rolling over. The vehicle $56.00 Wright and Surrounding Counties — 52 weeks the 400 Block of First Street S.E. in Alan and Rita Joyce Peters Bowman, sustained approximately $5,000 in Belmond, $67.50 + costs. Franklin County, Iowa. damages. $112.00 Wright and Surrounding Counties — 2 years Rafael Garcia of Clarion, operating a motor vehicle without proof of Female, Alexa Marie Nelson- Antunez, born November 4, 2010 to 11-26-10: Lawrence Ray Basener of Belmond reported damage to his $168.00 Wright and Surrounding Counties — 3 years liability on 10-22-10, $397.50. Kallie Marie Nelson, Wright County, mailbox and supporting post. Kelsey Allison Hill of Clarion, Iowa. 11-27-10: A 1997 Chevrolet speeding 6-10 m.p.h. over posted Female, Alayna Marie Alaniz, pickup, registered to Mark Edward $22.00 Elsewhere — 13 weeks limit on 10-13-10 while operating born November 11, 2010 to Sheri Wooster of Eagle Grove, was found $35.00 Elsewhere — 26 weeks a 1996 Oldsmobile on Highway #3 Sue Harms, Wright County, Iowa. on its top in the ditch on 285th Street/ near the intersection of Franklin Male, Pryce Alan Dougherty, intersection of Emmett Avenue. $49.00 Elsewhere — 39 weeks Avenue, $54 + costs. born November 11, 2010 to Eric At the time officers arrived on the $61.00 Elsewhere — 52 weeks Heather Marie Kimbrough- Arthur and Jayme Nicole Weiland scene there was no driver present. Slaikeu of Eagle Grove, dark Dougherty, Wright County, Iowa. Randy Joseph Wooster, age 18, of $122.00 Elsewhere — 2 years window/windshield tint violation on Male, Alec Joseph Lamfers-Hill, Eagle Grove was the apparent driver $183.00 Elsewhere — 3 years 2006 Dodge passenger car on 10-18- born November 12, 2010 to Robbie at the time of accident. Charges are 10, C-54 near the intersection of Ida Andrew and Emily Suzanne Perry pending. Avenue, $67.50 + costs. Lamfers-Hill, Wright County, Iowa. 11-28-10: Jeremiah Preston Cobb, Philip Knudtson of PROPERTY age 30, of Mason City – Arrested for Belmond, failure to maintain control TRANSACTIONS Outstanding Warrant. of 2006 Dodge passenger car on 3rd William J. and Bonnie Hocraffer/ 12-01-10: A deer/vehicle accident Street N.E. at intersection of 7th Edward A. Hocraffer/Mary K. and was reported by Diana Lynn Allen Avenue N.E. on 11-12-10, $135 + Robert Kidd/Mark A. and Michelle of Eagle Grove as she was traveling costs. Hocraffer/Michael and Donna F. on Highway #17 near Eagle Grove Tiffany Ann Larson of Webster Pomajzl to D. Richard Hocraffer with a 1997 Ford van. The vehicle City, speeding 6-10 m.p.h. over (WD) 19-91-24 SWFR. sustained approximately $2,000 in posted limit on 10-21-10 while D. Richard and Denise Hocraffer damages. operating a 2000 Buick passenger to Edward A. Hocraffer LE (WD) car on C-70, $54 + costs. 19-91-24 SW Parcel Letter A. The first of the New Year is just around the corner Alexander Martinez of Humble, Jeffrey J. and Elisabeth S. so why not start your New Year’s resolution now. Texas, speeding 16-20 m.p.h. over posted limit on 10-06-10 while operating a 2010 Chevrolet passenger car on Highway #69, Neighbors to Aaron and Janel M. Parrott (WD) Lot 9 exc. W 15’, Lots 10, 11 & 12 Blk 8 Fitzmaurice’s First Addition to Eagle Grove. Our energy cOmes thrOugh. 215 N. COMMERCIAL, EAGLE GROVE • 603-6412 ® AMPRIDE Wright Medical Wellness Center has the perfect membership for you that will fit your needs and desires. $121.50 + costs. Kendall L. and Angela J. Our winter hours are: Leo Oren Moretto of Apple Valley, Johnson to Jeffrey J. and Elisabeth 2 New Hot Sub Sandwiches Monday- Thursday 7:30 am – 9:00 pm; 3 Minnesota, speeding 6-10 m.p.h. S. Neighbors (WD) 23-91-26 SW $ 99 over posted limit on 10-29-10 while Tract. Friday 7:30 am – 4:30 pm; Saturday 9:00 am – 2:00 pm operating a 1993 Chevrolet pickup Patricia Holmes Irrevocable Trust, Steak & Cheddar and Sunday 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm on Highway #17, $54 + costs. Jessie Lee Morris of Eagle Grove, Gerald C. Holmes, Trustee to Gerald C. and Doris M. Holmes (WD) 1-92- AND failure to display registration plate on 2001 Chevrolet van while traveling 26. Alfred Thomas and Karen C. Meatball on Highway #3 near the intersection Stadtlander to Alfred Thomas and Chili served Mon. - Fri. of O’Brien Avenue on 10-18-10, $27 Karen C. Stadtlander Revocable Stop in & warm up with a bowl! EAGLE GROVE EAGLE Thursday, December 9, 2010 5 GOLDFIELD NEWS Bayview Study Club meets Bayview Study Club met November 30, 2010, at the home of Carol Weddings Ganzeveld. President Marylyn Wilson opened the meeting with a holiday poem. She then introduced the speakers Marcella Johnson and Marilyn Jorgensen. They talked about the “Share a Christmas with a Family” program that has been helping families at Christmas time for the past 25 years. Club members brought items to be donated, and also contributed monetarily to help the program. After the program, 15 members answered roll call. The members recited the club collect. Minutes of the October meeting were read and approved. Treasurer’s Eagle Grove News report was given and approved. There were no bills. Correspondence was read and committee reports were given. Several BIRTHS members turned in reading lists. These are to be turned into Terri Suhumskie It’s a Boy! by the end of December. Scholarship papers were distributed to the Aaron and Shonda Schafer of Eagle Grove are proud to announce the birth scholarship committee. of a son, Colson Edward Schafer, November 29, 2010, at Wright Medical In old business, members voted on new members. They will be asked to Center, Clarion. He weighed 7 pounds 4 ounces. He joins Megan 8, Cael join before the next meeting. 7, and Hayden 2. The next meeting will be February 8, 2011, at the home of Kris Smith at 7 Grandparents are Betty Stephenson, Eagle Grove, and Ron and Patti p.m. Meeting was adjourned. Christmas songs were sung and desserts were Schafer, Massena, Iowa. enjoyed. Joanna Kraft initiated into Honor Society Educators’ sorority meets Alpha Delta Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa, an honorary sorority Joanna Mae Kraft, daughter of Mike and Diane Kraft, Goldﬁeld, has for women educators, met on November 18, 2010, at the Eagle Grove been initiated into the UNI chapter of Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Greenhouse. Betty Wilde showed the group the season’s newest in holiday Society in Education. Joanna is a Junior Elementary Education major with a decor, and she also talked about the various poinsettias the greenhouse has Literacy/Special Education minor, and is also a member of the UNI Chapter Jordan and Sarah Alborn for sale. of the Student Reading Association. The initiation was held in the UNI After the program, the group went to Joyce Wearmouth’s home for a Maucker Union Central Ballroom on October 3, 2010. The keynote address Thomason-Alborn wedding business meeting. Members answered roll call by sharing the name of a was delivered by former chapter president Lisa Volesky, a Chicago science Sarah Thomason and Jordan Alborn, both originally of Eagle Grove, were “Rising Star in Television”. The monthly altruistic project consisted of teacher. married September 18, 2010, at Orchard Hill Reformed Church in Cedar collecting personal hygiene products to be given to area schools in Webster Falls. Parents of the couple are Ralph and Pat Thomason, Eagle Grove, City, Clarion, and Eagle Grove. and Mike and Sue Alborn-Yilek, of Dubuque, and the late Dwight Alborn Mark Kist helps of Laurens. Grandparents are Ardis Eilts of Ireton; Dale and Genevieve Thomason of Eagle Grove; June Alborn of Laurens; and Pat and Bob Hostesses for the meeting were Joyce Wearmouth and Nylene Van Patten. The next meeting will be Saturday, December 11, 2010, at 9:30 a.m., in Wartburg claim Gambaiana of Waverly. The Maid of Honor was Emily Salberg, of Denver, Colo., cousin of the Clarion, at the home of Elaine Nichols. bride. Bridesmaids were Alana Alt, of Eagle Grove, Nichole Johnson, of Laureate Alpha Alpha meets Simpson tourney title West Des Moines, Randi Willard of West Des Moines, all friends of the bride, and Ashley Moore, of Dubuque, sister of the groom. Flower girls were Laureate Alpha Alpha of Beta Sigma Phi met November 16, 2010, at the home of Sharon Fisher. President Joan Baker called the meeting to order Second-ranked Wartburg ranked Ryan Malo of Williams 6-4 Randi and Rylie Moore, both of Dubuque, nieces of the groom. with eight members answering roll call. Minutes of the previous meeting wrapped up an impressive week in a rematch of last year’s national The Best Man was James Brackey, of Tucson, Ariz., cousin of the groom. were read and approved. with ﬁve individual champions at the ﬁnals. Groomsmen were Brett and Brock Iverson, both of West Des Moines, friends A donation will be given to the food pantry for maintenance. A memorial Simpson Storm Invitational Dec. 4. Freshman 165-pounder Landon of the groom; Justin Kennedy, of Bettendorf, friend of the groom; and Steve and a yellow rose will be given in memory of longtime member Dorothy The Knights, en route to the Williams of Davenport took Middleton. Niederhauser, of San Diego, also friend of the groom. team title (184 points), had senior runner-up honors, while senior Sharon Fisher gave the program with numerous Thanksgiving readings, After a honeymoon in Costa Rica, the couple lives in Cedar Falls. including a short history of John Chapman, better known as Johnny 157-pounder Carrington Banks of 125-pounder Mark Kist of Eagle Stockbridge, Ga., junior 174-pounder Grove, sophomore 141-pounder The bride is teaching and coaching in Clarksville, and the groom is a Appleseed, and the story of a 16-year-old boy who learned the blessing of Ben Scott of Adel, junior 184- Tommy Mirocha of Davenport, and ﬁnancial advisor with FSB Warner Financial in Waterloo. helping others by delivering meals to the needy. pounder Dylan Azinger of DeWitt, junior 133-pounder Mike Kremer of Each member shared their Thanksgiving plans. junior 197-pounder Byron Tate of Independence each placed third. Lunch was served by the hostess. Clinton and senior heavyweight The Knights return to the mats at John Helgerson of West Union claim their home Dick Walker Invitational Troy Culture Club news the weight class titles. Tate, ranked Saturday, Dec. 11. Wartburg’s next Troy Culture Club held their Christmas luncheon at The Rails in Eagle No.1, was named the tournament’s dual competition is Monday, Dec. Grove on Dec. 1. Candy box favors decorated the tables. Nine members Outstanding Wrestler after moving 20, at its Desert Duals event at the signed cards for Mabel Odland and Delores Simkins. Poinsettias will be into the championship round with Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel. given to our honorary members. A collection was taken for community three falls and then defeating second- welfare to be given to our school nurse. The meeting was reconvened at Rotary Ann South to have dessert with Elizabeth Moklebust. Members enjoyed a Chocolate Trufﬂe Dessert made by Sally Sadler. The afternoon was spent visiting. The next meeting will be March 2011 with Jane Schultz as hostess. Wanted: Veterans’ pictures…past and present The Eagle Grove V.F.W. Post 642 would like to honor all veterans, past and present, by displaying their photos in a downtown Eagle Grove window. Soldiers from all posts of the military who have served or are currently serving, in times of peace or times of war, are eligible. If you are - or a loved one is a Veteran, please contact Bernie Bickford at 448-5329 about having the photo and information displayed through the month of December. Katie and Brett Legvold Cooper - Legvold wedding Katelyn Scott receives award Katelyn Scott, daughter of Diane Rasmussen Taylor (formerly of Eagle Katie Cooper and Brett Legvold were married August 14, 2010, at Sacred Grove), was recently given an award for scoring the highest grades of Heart Catholic Church in Eagle Grove. A reception followed at the Best accounting in the history of Abingdon High School, in Abingdon, Va. Western Starlite Village in Fort Dodge. Katelyn has kept a 4.0 grade average in all subjects since elementary Parents of the couple are Tom and Mickey Cooper of Eagle Grove, and Jim school, and scored an impressive 2000 on her S.A.T. Katelyn plans on and Laurie Legvold of Vincent. attending college next year. She is undecided on which school to choose The bride graduated from Wartburg College in Waverly, and received her from those that are interested in her. Katelyn celebrated her 18th birthday on Monday, Dec. 6. Good luck, Katelyn! Master’s of Occupational Therapy from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, “A friend of the family” Mo. She is an Occupational Therapist at Via Christi Hospital in Wichita, Kansas. The groom also graduated from Wartburg College and received his Juris Photo by Kim Demory Doctor from the University of Kansas School of Law. He is employed as an Associate at Martin, Pringle, Oliver, Wallace & Bauer, L.L.P. in Wichita, A story with Mrs. Claus Kansas. Madison Axtell welcomed the chance to get in from the cold and snuggle Following a honeymoon trip to Ireland, the couple resides in Wichita, up with a story read by Mrs. Claus during Window Wonderland. Kansas. Low-income families who qualify for government assistance and people over the age of 65 who live on a limited income, are invited to apply for a box in the Christmas Program. To apply, please fill out and return this form to: The Service Center, 510 S. Jackson, Eagle Grove, IA 50533, by Friday, Dec 10th. First and Last Name of Occupants for this Household: Contact Name and Number: Number in Family: P. O. Box _______ Street Address____________________ City___________________ State______ Zip Code_______________ CHILDREN: AGES OF BOYS _______ _______ _______ _______ AGES OF GIRLS _______ _______ _______ _______ 6 Thursday, December 9, 2010 EaglE grovE EaglE ~ ~ Legal Notices ~ Praise and Worship UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Eagle Grove at Sacred Heart, Eagle Grove SATURDAY: ULLENSVANG LUTHERAN EAGLE GROVE REGULAR COUNCIL Legal Sewer Utility...................................... 20,496.99 Sewer Capital Improvement ............. 51,236.69 October Revenues: General Fund.................................. 200,282.27 Road Use Tax ................................... 26,312.07 Employee Benefits............................ 98,781.48 Shirley Helgevold MIDAS Council of Governments 602 1st Avenue South Fort Dodge, IA 50501 (515) 576-7183 ext. 212 firstname.lastname@example.org Emergency Levy ................................. 4,803.50 The person(s) available and able to Pastor Mike Agnew 5 p.m. Mass at St. John’s, Clarion CHURCH MEETING TIF .................................................... 29,171.59 provide technical assistance to groups 448-4701 NO Mass in Spanish at St. John’s, THOR November 1, 2010 Garbage............................................ 22,141.98 representing low- and moderate-income DIAL-A-DEVOTION: 448-3355 Clarion THURSDAY: 7 p.m. Fire Department......................................... $.22 persons in preparing and presenting their http://www.eaglegroveumc.com SUNDAY: 3rd Sunday of Advent Our 4 p.m. Afterschool program Mayor Kellogg called the meeting to order at Recreation/Poll .......................................... 1.01 Debt Service ..................................... 25,674.36 proposals for the request and use of federal funds: SUNDAY: Lady of Guadalupe (Retirement Fund SUNDAY: 7 p.m. with council members McGrath, Schild, Capital Improvement ........................ 12,009.16 MIDAS Council of Governments 9 a.m. Sunday School for Children and for Religious) NO Worship Service at Ullensvang Determann, Jergens, Axtell, and Lorenzen Water Utility ...................................... 45,213.45 602 1st Avenue South Adults 8 a.m. Mass at Sacred Heart, Eagle (9:30 a.m. Joint Worship Service - present. Also present: Finance Officer Maier Meter Deposit ........................................ 875.00 Fort Dodge, IA 50501 and City Attorney Eisentrager. 10:30 a.m. Worship Grove Christmas Cantata at Badger Lutheran The Oath of Office was given to swear Tony Water Capital Improvement .............. 12,700.62 Sewer Utility...................................... 41,688.20 (515) 576-7183 ext. 212 email@example.com 11:30 a.m. Fellowship 10:30 a.m. Mass at St. Francis Xavier, Church) Axtell in as council member. Sewer Capital Improvement ............... 3,164.83 CITY OF EAGLE GROVE The church office will be closed on Belmond, followed by Feast Day NO Sunday School A motion was made by McGrath, and Equipment Replacement Fund ......... 90,131.70 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & HOUSING Mondays and open on Fridays. Potluck WEDNESDAY: seconded by Jergens, to approve the consent Building Permit Report: Matt Bernsmeier, 518 NEEDS ASSESSMENT agenda, which includes the October 18 minutes, 12 p.m. Serenade for Our Lady of 12 p.m. Sarah Circle Building Permit report, Beer/Liquor Licenses, S. Lucas, shed & fence; Frances Pettigrew, 214 N. Garfield, deck; Henry Kroon, 1214 W. I. Community Development and Housing Needs of Low- and Moderate-Income FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Guadalupe at St. John’s, Clarion 5 p.m. Confirmation Class and claims. Roll call vote: All ayes. Broadway, sump pit & pump; Dale Hovland, Persons Eagle Grove, Ph: 448-4612 6:30 p.m. Cards at Sacred Heart, Eagle 6 p.m. Lois Circle at Darlene Dornath’s American Concrete, concrete ............. 3,046.26 1215 S. Braden, fence; Garrett Quintus, 1008 A. Provide safe, sanitary and affordable Rev. Dr. Fran Pettigrew Grove home Arnold Motor Supply, parts ...................... 76.18 SW 1st, fence. housing Avenet Web Solutions, web hosting ...... 504.00 SUNDAY: 8 p.m. Mass for Our Lady of Bachel’s Body Supply, replace stripes ... 510.00 Beer/Liquor Licenses: Broadway Spirits. The Public Hearing was opened at 7:05 B. Preserve, enhance, and expand the community’s housing stock for low- to moderate- 9 a.m. Sunday School Guadalupe at St. John’s, Clarion GRACE EVANGELICAL FREE Blue Cross & Blue Shield, health ins. - p.m. for the submittal of a Community income persons. 10 a.m. Worship Service MONDAY: CHURCH November ..................................... 24,779.70 Development Block Grant Application for C. Provide additional new housing TUESDAY: 7 p.m. RCIA Team Meeting at St. Ph: 448-5414 Buell Winter Mousel And, Engineering Housing Rehabilitation with oral comments and opportunities. The current supply is limited, services .......................................... 3,651.00 10:30 a.m. Bible Study John’s, Clarion Sunday Worship - 9 a.m. Central Iowa Dist., mats, supplies ......... 494.85 questions. Hearing closed at 7:22 p.m. City of Eagle Grove new construction often fails to address low- to moderate-income housing needs, while many TUESDAY: Sunday School - 10:45 a.m. Comm. Development Corp., CDC lunches - CDBG HOUSING APPLICATION FOR affordable homes are in need of repair. HOLMES BAPTIST CHURCH 9:30 a.m. Rosary at South Rotary Ann www.graceefc.com Jan.-June............................................. 36.00 OWNER OCCUPIED REHABILITATION D. Continue to expand and diversify the Pastor Douglas Love Home, Eagle Grove Connie Tofteberg, meals reimb................ 26.00 Public Hearing labor force. Creative Signs & Graph, car & truck...... 384.00 2137 Hancock Ave. 10 a.m. Rosary at North Rotary Ann LAKE LUTHERAN CHURCH Dani Eisentrager, legal fees................... 507.18 How the need for the proposed activities were identified. Other Community Development and Housing Needs: Holmes, Iowa Home, Eagle Grove GOLDFIELD David Anderson Trenching, bentonite.... 840.00 The need for this project was identified by A. Demolishing substandard housing 515-825-3110 6:15 p.m. Catholic Daughters of the LCMC Dean Snyder Const., partial billing a citizen-supported need for Eagle Grove and building new housing on infill lots, while SUNDAY: Americas Meeting at Sacred Heart, Lutheran Congregations in Mission clarifier .......................................... 51,236.69 to pursue a housing rehabilitation project to preserving, enhancing, and expanding the Eagle Building Supply, supplies............... 63.82 9:30 a.m. Sunday School Eagle Grove for Christ Eagle Grove Fire Dept., fire calls, address housing showing signs of major wear or in unsatisfactory condition. There has also community’s housing stock. PLANNED OR POTENTIAL ACTIVITIES 10:45 a.m. Worship Service WEDNESDAY: Pastor Truman Larson maint............................................... 2,050.00 been a demand for this project as a result of TO ADDRESS HOUSING AND COMMUNITY 6 p.m. Evening Service 6 p.m. Choir SUNDAY: Electronic Engineering Co., remove, reinstall the last rehabilitation program completed by the NEEDS: WEDNESDAY: 6:30 p.m. RE CLASSES (Living 9 a.m. Worship radio .................................................. 557.25 City in 2008. A. In order to provide an increased Emerson Veterinary Clinic, animal 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting; Souled Nativity) at Sacred Heart, Eagle Grove 10:15 a.m. Sunday School control.................................................. 49.74 How the proposed activities will be funded and sources of funds. supply of safe, sanitary and decent housing for the low- and moderate-income residents, an Out (Youth group—All area youth Fort Dearborn Life Ins., premiums ......... 124.69 The City is requesting funding through the IDED Housing Fund application for a housing welcome); Kids 4 Truth (All children SAMUEL EVANGELICAL MT. CALVARY LUTHERAN G.A. Thompson Co., Inc., parking IDED Housing Fund Program to finance the rehabilitation project will be crucial. welcome) - ages 4 years through 6th- LUTHERAN CHURCH CHURCH—LC-MS tickets ................................................ 352.08 project. Homeowners may be required to B. The City will increase promotion of Godfather’s Pizza, tackle football banq . 154.39 grade Pastor Rich Taylor EAGLE GROVE Goldfield Access Network, telephone, contribute funds, depending on their current income and housing expenses. The City will Eagle Grove as a safe and affordable place to live. The additional promotion is in part, an Eagle Grove, Ph: 448-5038 Rev. Gary Schultz, Pastor internet service .................................. 687.32 contribute $8,000 toward the program. attempt to attract a portion of the anticipated FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD FRIDAY: Ph: 515-448-4668 GRP & Associates, medical waste disp. .. 44.00 Date the Housing Fund application new residents that will be entering the region CHURCH 7 p.m. Hispanic Service SUNDAY: Holiday Inn Conf. Center, lodging .......... 367.31 will be submitted: On or before 4:30 p.m., as a result of ongoing agricultural/industrial INWCA, Workman’s Comp premiums 4,684.00 322 S. Commercial SATURDAY: 8:30 a.m. Worship Service Iowa League of Cities, budget workshop Wednesday, December 8, 2010. Requested amount of Federal funds: expansion in many surrounding communities. C. Continue to upgrade the public Church Phone: 448-5219 8 a.m. Men’s Bible Study at Rotary registration........................................... 30.00 The City will request $292,992 in Federal infrastructure facilities and systems to attract Todd J. Benjamin, Pastor Ann North EAGLE GROVE EVANGELICAL J.P. Cooke Co., dog tags ......................... 40.84 funds from the IDED Housing Fund. new growth, and sustain current residents. SUNDAY: SUNDAY: LUTHERAN CHURCH Lyle’s Ford-Mercury, impound & tire Estimated portion of Federal funds D. Continue to aggressively pursue repair ................................................. 450.00 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for All Ages 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 615 SW 2nd Street Michael Todd & Co., Inc., posts & signs 430.74 requested that would benefit persons of low and moderate income: economic development opportunities. Date and location assessment was prepared: 10:30 a.m. Church Service 10:45 a.m. Worship Service Eagle Grove, Iowa Mid-American Publishing, legals, envelopes, 100% of the funds will benefit LMI persons. November 1, 2010, Eagle Grove City Hall 5 p.m. Home Bible Studies - Contact TUESDAY: Phone: 515-448-3697 & ad ................................................... 330.29 Where the proposed activities will be Number of local residents participating: 11 Church if interested 10:30 a.m. Pastor serves Communion “CASUAL DRESS WELCOME” MidAmerican Energy, electricity ............ 306.75 conducted: A motion was made by McGrath, and Payroll Fund, payroll transfer WEDNESDAY: at Rotary Ann South THURSDAY: 11-3-2010 ..................................... 46,876.08 The proposed project will be conducted on housing stock located north of North 2nd Street seconded by Determann, to approve Resolution 2010-59 to Apply for a Community Development 7 p.m. Bible Study 11 a.m. Pastor serves communion at 1:15 p.m. Rotary Ann Communion- Petty Cash, postage, supplies ................. 99.55 (east and west). Block Grant for Housing Rehabilitation. Roll Rotary Ann North North Professional Claims Group, billing services Plans to minimize displacement of call vote: All ayes. EAGLE GROVE WEDNESDAY: 2 p.m. Rotary Ann Communion-South fees.................................................... 782.24 persons and businesses as a result of A motion was made by Jergens, and Public Safety Center, Inc., supplies ....... 543.61 UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 1:30 p.m. Mary/Martha Circle meets at SATURDAY: Sadler Coating Systems, roof repairs- funded activities or project: No permanent displacement of persons or seconded by Schild, to approve Resolution 2010-58 to Adjust Sewer Capital Improvement (CONGREGATIONAL) Marlene Kleppe’s Home 8 a.m. Men’s Bible Study at Rotary Chall, WWTP .................................. 5,320.24 businesses will occur. Temporary relocation Fee to $4 per month. Roll call vote: All ayes. Ph: 448-3584 5 p.m. Evening Circle meet at church Ann Secretary of State, Notary fee - Day........ 30.00 of homeowners due to safe lead-based paint Council discussed Sewer/DNR Issues. Everyone is Welcome! to go on Christmas outing 5:30 p.m. Worship with Holy Shoppers Supply, supplies ................. 2,318.56 removal may be required. Discussed letter from Engineer Greg Meyer. Susan Maier, meals reimb. ...................... 24.84 Building fully 6 p.m. Confirmation at SAMUEL Communion T & D Service, tires & alignment............ 797.60 Plans to assist persons actually displaced: The Public Works committee will meet next week. Accessible to the disabled SUNDAY: The Trash Man, revenues................... 7,204.16 No permanent displacement of persons or A motion was made by Determann, and Pastor Jim Cunningham HOLMES EVANGELICAL 9 a.m. Worship with Holy Communion Tom Jorgensen, uniform reimb. ............. 133.59 businesses will occur. Temporary relocation seconded by McGrath, to hire Mike Boyd for the SUNDAY: Third Sunday of Advent LUTHERAN CHURCH Children’s Christmas Program US Cellular, phones ............................... 440.76 of homeowners due to safe lead-based paint City Administrator Position. Vote: All ayes. Verizon, phone......................................... 35.00 9:30 a.m. Sunday School Pastor, Rich Taylor Congregational Vote 10 a.m.—12 noon Wright Co. Extension, classes-Phillips .... 70.00 removal may be required. Relocation costs will be covered by the IDED Housing Fund A motion was made by Determann, and seconded by Jergens, to approve Resolution 10:30 a.m. Worship Holmes 10 a.m. Coffee Fellowship Ziegler, Inc., lamps .................................. 95.82 program. 2010-60, Providing for Reduction of Interest 11:30 a.m. Fellowship SATURDAY: Christmas Cookie Exchange Previously Written: The nature of the proposed activities: Rate for Sewer Revenue Capital Loan Notes, 8 a.m. Men’s Bible Study at Rotary 10:20 a.m. Sunday School & Payroll Fund, transfer 10/20/10 ........ 43,479.17 This project will provide for the rehabilitation Series 2000. Roll call vote: All ayes. Postmaster, postage for utility bills & SACRED HEART Ann North Confirmation stamps ............................................... 476.61 of eight owner-occupied homes within the City of Eagle Grove. All homes will be rehabilitated Departmental and Mayor’s Reports were given. CATHOLIC CHURCH SUNDAY: MONDAY: Fund Totals: in accordance with the Iowa Minimum Housing A motion was made by Jergens, and Eagle Grove, Ph: 603-4765 9 a.m. Worship Service 5:30 p.m. Worship - Channel 12 General Fund.................................... 59,698.03 Rehabilitation Standards, and all lead-based seconded by Lorenzen, to adjourn at 7:50 p.m. Fr. Nils Hernandez 10:15 a.m. Sunday School TUESDAY: Road Use Tax ................................... 20,438.93 paint hazards will be addressed as well. Motion carried. Employee Benefits............................ 25,942.77 THURSDAY: TUESDAY: 9 a.m. Bible Study at Family Table Local Option Sales Tax ....................... 3,651.00 The person(s) authorized to receive and respond to citizen proposals, questions and Ray Kellogg, Mayor Susan Maier, Interim City Clerk/ 8 a.m. Mass at Sacred Heart, Eagle 10:30 a.m. Pastor serves Communion at 7 p.m. Property Committee Garbage.............................................. 7,204.16 complaints concerning proposed or funded Administrator Grove (Father Hernandez Day at Sacred Rotary Ann South WEDNESDAY: Water Utility ...................................... 16,874.34 activities, and Wk.49 Heart) 11 a.m. Pastor serves communion at 9 a.m. Bible Study at EGELC 9 a.m. Mission Sewing at Sacred Rotary Ann North Heart, Eagle Grove 10:30 a.m. Cluster Secretary Meeting WEDNESDAY: 6 p.m. Confirmation at SAMUEL CROSSROADS Christian Youth Center Corner of Chestnut and Main, Goldfield 515-825-3383 We Remember Our Loved Ones... <www.geocities.com/ Marjorie A. Olsen, 83, loved traveling & making kringla crossroads_coffeehouse> The ultimate FRIDAY & SATURDAY: Marjorie Arlene Olsen, the fishing trips to Canada. Marjorie was very fond of her time spent on Eagle Grove, and Cindy Ohlerking and husband, Pat, of Charles 7 - 9 p.m. Eighth Grade and Under daughter of Andrew and Rachel combination for 7 – Midnight - 9-12th Grade and (Gertie) Johnson, was born the farm. She would help haul grain City; six grandchildren; 13 great- College September 3, 1927, on the family and even drive the tractor. She was grandchildren; brother, Arlo year-round comfort. farm near Thor. She was raised and also known to bake great kringla and Johnson, of Cedar Falls; brother-in- EAGLE GROVE MINISTERIAL educated in the area of her birth, potato cakes. law, Archie Willard, of Eagle Grove; ASSOCIATION FOOD PANTRY 510 S. Jackson graduating from Eagle Grove High Marjorie was a member of and numerous nieces and nephews. Monday, Wednesday, & Friday, School in 1946. She then worked at Ullensvang Lutheran Church and Funeral services were held 1 – 3 p.m. the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge the church circle. Wednesday, December 8, at 10:30 Helping Families in Need! as a Nurse’s Aide. Marjorie passed away on Saturday, a.m. at the Ullensvang Lutheran On November 15, 1946, Marjorie December 4, 2010, at Wright Medical Church in Thor with Rev. H. W. was united in marriage with Carl L. Center in Clarion, at the age of 83 Schiller officiating. Burial was held We have Olsen in Fort Dodge. The couple years. She was preceded in death by in East Ullensvang Cemetery in made their home near Vincent, and her parents and sisters: Lois Smith, Thor. office supplies moved to Marjorie’s family farm near Thor where they resided until June Worsey, and Wanda Willard. Survivors include her husband, Memorials may be left to the discretion of the family. moving to Eagle Grove in February Carl L. Olsen of Eagle Grove; son, Foust Funeral Home & Cremation of 2007. Carl and Marjorie liked Gary Olsen and wife, Sheryl, of was in charge of arrangements. 448-4745 • 314 W. Broadway traveling west for several winters Omaha, Neb.; daughters, Cheryl to Needles, Calif. and their many Hansen and husband, Daryl, of Call today for a free estimate! ExpEriEncE JEsus Covenant Family Counseling Knutzon Inc. Ministries 515-448-4425 Faith-based counseling and consultation for adults, adolescents, families, and children David Muzzey MA.R • Master of Arts in Religion 211 W. Broadway • National Christian Eagle Grove Give the gift of IOWA! By appointment only 515.293.1891 Counselors Assoc Member • Freewill offering accepted Christmas Gift Boxes Don’t forget that special someone’s big day! Orders call… Show them you care... 515-448-3300 Put them in the Paper! With or Without a Photo $10.00 515-448-4286 448-4745 • 314 W. Broadway www.lewrightmeats.biz firstname.lastname@example.org EaglE grovE EaglE Thursday, December 9, 2010 7 ~ ~ ~ Legal Notices ~ ~ Legal Notices ~ LEGAL NOTICE PROBATE NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S Legal Notice LEVY AND SALE NOTICE OF PROBATE OF IOWA DISTRICT COURT COURT CASE # EQCV023048 WILL, APPOINTMENT OF WRIGHT COUNTY EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO SPECIAL EXECUTION CREDITORS STATE OF IOWA IN THE IOWA DISTRICT WRIGHT COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR WRIGHT SS. HSBC Bank USA, National COUNTY Association, As Trustee for PROBATE NO. 02991 Wells Fargo Asset Securities ESPR016055 Corporation Home Equity Asset- IN THE MATTER OF THE Backed Certificates, Series ESTATE OF 2005-2 Plaintiff DONALD H. CHRISTENSEN, VS DECEASED TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE Jeffery D. Pedersen, Luanne ESTATE OF DONALD H. CHRISTENSEN, Pedersen, American General DECEASED, WHO DIED ON OR ABOUT THE Financial Services, Inc., and 11TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2010: Parties in Possession You are hereby notified that on the 22nd day of November, 2010, the Last Will and Testament Defendant (Judgment Debtor) of DONALD H. CHRISTENSEN, deceased, As a result of the judgment rendered in the bearing a date of July 1, 2009, was admitted above-referenced court case, an execution to probate in the above-named court and that was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this LILLIAN K. CHRISTENSEN was appointed county. The execution ordered the sale of Executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the defendant(s) real estate to satisfy the judgment. Will must be brought in the District Court of said The property to be sold is described below: County within four months from the date of the Lot 1, Block 43, First Railway Addition to second publication of this notice or one month the Town of Eagle Grove Junction, Wright from the date of mailing this notice to all heirs County, Iowa. of the decedent and devisees under the Will, Together with all easement rights whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, presently existing or later arising, located or thereafter be forever barred. at 421 N. Iowa Avenue, Eagle Grove, Iowa Notice is further given that all persons 50533 indebted to the estate are requested to make The described property will be offered for immediate payment to the undersigned, and sale at public auction for cash only as follows: creditors having claims against the estate must January 18, 2011, 10 a.m., Lobby of Wright file them with the clerk of the above-named County Sheriff’s Office, 719 2nd St. SW, court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, Clarion, IA 50525. for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to Homestead: Defendant is advised that if the occur of four months from the second publication described real estate includes the homestead of this notice a claim is thereafter forever (which must not exceed 1/2 acre if within a barred. This estate is being administered as a city or town plat, or, if rural, must not exceed small estate. 40 acres), defendant must file a homestead Dated this 24th day of November, 2010. plat with the Sheriff within ten (10) days after Lillian K. Christensen service of this notice, or the Sheriff will have it Executor platted and charge the costs to this case. Robert Malloy This sale not subject to redemption. Malloy Law Firm Property exemption: Certain money or 503 N. Main, PO Box 128 property may be exempt. Contact your attorney Goldfield, IA 50542 promptly to review specific provisions of the Attorney for Executor law and file appropriate notice, if acceptable. Date of second publication: 9th day of Judgment Amount: $40,246.99; Costs December, 2010. $185.15; Interest at 8.25% from 7-1-08 to Wk.48,49 2-28-09 $2,145.49; Escrow Account-Deficit $45.01; Abstracting Costs $200.00; Attorney’s Legal fees and costs $850.00; Late charges $94.53; Property Preservation fees $52.00; Corporate Advances $(17.56); BPO/Appraisals $95.00; plus Accruing Costs; Interest 8.25% from February 28, 09. EAGLE GROVE December 1, 2010 Paul J. Schultz, Sheriff Public Hearing Notice Wright County, Iowa Notice is hereby given that the Eagle Attorney: Grove City Council and Planning and Zoning David Erickson Commission will hold a public hearing on 215 10th St. December 20, 2010, at 7 p.m., in the Eagle Suite 1300 Grove City Council Chambers, 210 East Des Moines, IA 50309 Broadway Street, Eagle Grove, Iowa, to consider 515-288-2500 a zoning district change. The commission is Wk.49,50 recommending that the Office Building 910 S. Jackson Legal: TH PT of parcel D in lot 8 NE NE 34-91-26 be rezoned from R-2 to R-4. They Legal are also proposing that the Barn Building 915 S. Jackson Legal: Parcel E (AKA Lot 9) in NE NE 34-91-26 be rezoned from R-1 to R-4. NOTICE OF PUBLIC At said time and place, any interested persons may appear and make such objections HEARING BY THE CITY or support as are authorized by law. Written comments on the rezoning will be accepted at COUNCIL OF EAGLE City Hall prior to the hearing. GROVE, IOWA Mike Boyd City Administrator Notice is given of a Public Hearing to Wk. 49 consider a proposed Ordinance regarding amending Chapter 97 regarding inspection of public sewers for groundwater discharge. Legal The hearing will be held by the City Council in the Council Room of the City Hall in Eagle Grove, Iowa, at 7:10 p.m., on the 20th day of December 2010. NOTICE OF PUBLIC A copy of the proposed Amended Ordinance is on file in the office of the City Clerk of Eagle HEARING BY THE CITY Grove, Iowa. That Amended Ordinance is, by reference, made a part of this Notice. COUNCIL OF EAGLE Michael Boyd GROVE, IOWA Acting City Administrator Notice is given of a Public Hearing to Wk. 49 consider a proposed Ordinance regarding amending Chapter 62 to include Section 321.20B of the Code of Iowa, which requires owners and drivers of motor vehicles to maintain financial liability coverage as defined in Section 321.1.24B of the Code of Iowa. The hearing will be held by the City Council in the Council Room of the City Hall in Eagle Grove, Iowa, at 7:05 p.m., on the 20th day of December 2010. A copy of the proposed Amended Ordinance is on file in the office of the City Clerk of Eagle Grove, Iowa. That Amended Ordinance is, by reference, made a part of this Notice. Michael Boyd Acting City Administrator Wk. 49 Wk.49 Jennifer's Produce Tidbits Hello again! This week I wanted reds in that its flesh (inside) is a North America were accustomed to to talk about the Golden and golden color. It is oval in shape, and preferred potatoes with yellow Klondike Rose potato because they and has smooth red skin. It has a flesh. are my favorite potatoes for mashing delicious buttery taste and can be Since they have a slightly higher and oven roasting. Introduced to used for boiling, baking, steaming, sugar content, gold potatoes do not North America in 1999, Klondike mashing, and frying. Note: when store as well as russets. They need a Rose is the fastest growing new baked, the skins turn brown. cold environment, 40 to 50 degrees variety on the continent. Last Golden Yellow or Yukon Gold F., and 90 percent humidity is year, over 50 million pounds of potatoes are among 200 species of optimal. Storage below 33 degrees this popular potato were sold. This potatoes. They are a cross between F. will cause the starches to turn to unique potato variety was developed a North American white potato sugar. in Germany paring the beauty of a and a wild South American yellow Pick up one of these yellow- red potato with the great taste of a potato. Yellow-fleshed potatoes fleshed potatoes at your local yellow potato. They have a higher are common in Europe and South Fareway next time you are in, where Need to sell something? sugar content than a traditional America. In fact, yellow-fleshed we are “Best at Fresh,” and enjoy Call... white potato, giving it a more sweet potatoes are actually considered the the buttery richness of them. and buttery taste. The Klondike norm in most countries outside North Rose potato is different from other America. Naturally, immigrants to 448-4745 • 314 W. Broadway 8 Thursday, December 9, 2010 EAGLE GROVE EAGLE HOUSES RYERSON REALTY, LLC FOR RENT HOUSE FOR RENT: 1 bedroom. APARTMENTS FOR RENT THANK YOU EAGLE GROVE HOMES 412 S. IOWA AVE - 2 BR bungalow w/det gar, $3,500 FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartment Stove and refrigerator, lawn care very nice for one person. $240/mo. The family of Don Christensen extends a thank you to everyone for 404 NE 1ST - 1974 2 BR ranch w/2 car garage on corner lot. provided. Nice location. $325/mo. Kurt Knudsen @ 293-2000...........49tf the concerns and prayers over the past two years. Thank you for the 912 SW 1ST - 2 BR ranch, new crpt/appl, frplc, 4-seas. room, seller anxious. 851-0857.......................................35tf ________________________________________________ visits, food, cards, flowers, memorials and calls at the time of Don’s 610 SW 3RD - 2 BR oak kit., remodeled, 1 car gar, fenced yard, $59,900. ________________________________________________ death. The Eagle Grove EMS crew, the staff at Van Diest Medical 718 NW 2ND - 2 BR, beautiful oak kitchen, main laundry, fenced yard. DUPLEX Center and Dr. Subhash Sahai were all very caring, yet professional. 300 S. COMMERCIAL - 2 BR home w/great 3 car + bath. Make Offer! FOR RENT: 1 bedroom house with Thanks to Pastor Paul Stone and Steve Watson for the lovely service. garage. NO PETS. 515-979-1601... ..................................................44tf_ ________________________________________________ FOR RENT You will never know how much this helped us at this time. Lillian Christensen Mike and Pam Christensen 1306 SW 1ST 3 BR, 4-season rm, ﬁn. bsmnt, DUPLEX FOR RENT Rich and Jessica Christensen FOR RENT: 1 bedroom house. Gary and Paula Christensen vinyl siding, att & det. gar Garage. Recently remodeled, new 2 bedrooms. Lisa and Brad Johnson NEW PRICE $85,000 kitchen & ﬂooring. 851-0602......46TF and families ________________________________________________ 293-1727 49 610 SW 3RD - 3 BR w/late oak kit, located next to park Looking for 448-3421 49tfnc 317 N. GARFIELD - 3 BR home w/best 3 car gar. Oak woodwork 305 SOUTH CADWELL - 3 bedroom, all beatifull oak woodwork, 2 car Thank you for the an apartment? 1214 SW 2ND - 3 BR home on large lot w/eat-in kitchen. FOR SALE 215 N. GARFIELD - 3 BR bungalow w/over 1200 sq. ft, new vinly siding & Look what we have cards and gifts, deck, new oak kit, 34x20 garage. Lots of updates. to offer! 405 SE 5TH - -3 BR ranch w/4 car garage in great shape, hot tub and the love sent room, ﬁn bsmnt on quiet street. FOR SALE: Hide-a-bed couch, with them for my For rent - 3 bedroom home neutral colors. $50 and you haul. NEW LISTING Call 641-635-2170.....................47-49nc 103rd birthday. 305 SOUTH CADWELL and 1 bedroom apartment. ________________________________________________ NO PETS. References Anna Orr 3 bedroom, 2 car with dining FOR SALE room & beautifull orig. oak 49xx Ron and Mary Jane Jensen required. Call 293-0666 49xx staircase & collandes. 47tf 20 cu. ft. Amana refrig- 820 W BROADWAY -3 BR home w/eat-in kit, 2 car gar. erator with ice maker. Thank You BIRTHDAY 209 SOUTH LUCAS - 3 BR house w/great rental income. HOUSE FOR RENT 112 S. Cadwell. 1 bedroom. $300. Amana ﬂat top Thank you for all the cards, 403 N. CADWELL - 3 BR, updated baths & flrs, MF laundry, perm. siding! 202 SE 1ST - 3 BR, open concept, full basement, patio, 2 car garage. phone calls and visits from Stove, refrigerator, washer & range with convection friends, family, and clergy since 322 N. GARFIELD - 3 BR home, great family room for relaxing. dryer furnished. NO PETS. oven. $200. Closed air I broke my hip, and have moved 515 NE 1ST - 3 BR home, corner dbl lot. NO SMOKING. $325/mo. system wood burner, to Rotary Ann Nursing. I also Happy “GOLDEN” plus deposit. Application twin fans. $300. can’t say enough about how great Birthday, Riley! 1019 S. COMMERCIAL and references required. the Rotary Ann staff and Wright 10 yrs. old 448-3163 49 on 12/10/10! 3-4 BR, all renovated, new 2 515-669-3121 49TF County Public Health & Hospice car, 4 lots, $77,000 have taken care of me. FOR RENT - Very clean For sale: Ladies Harley- Jay E. Legvold 49 920 N WRIGHT - 4 BR w/recent ﬂr, perm siding, patio, spacious corner lot 2 bedroom house near Davidson leather jacket. 819 W. BROADWAY - 4 BR, oak ﬂoors, redone, eat-in kit. schools with garage. Stove Size 1X. Like new. and refrigerator included. NO PETS, NO SMOKING, $75.00 515-378-3312 49 SALE DATES 805 WEST BROADWAY deposit required. $395/mo. CLAIMED bedroom oak home w/large dining room & living room. BE VOCAL Love, Mom & Dad 515-689-7689. 2 car detached. 49tfnc Shop Building Reese & Rynn at Auction Papa & Gram 49 HOUSE FOR SALE Mon., Dec. 27 10:00 am 800 W. BROADWAY Located at 4-5 BR, 2 bath home w/open 701 NE 2nd Got Grandkids? concept, recent flooring, fenced Eagle Grove yard, detached 2 car garage. Owner - Wright County See Seller anixous! Ryerson & Assoc. if Auctioneers ACREAGES they’re in the 1984 DAVIS - GOLDFIELD www.farmersnational.com SHOP paper! 3 Bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, main floor laundry, att. 2 car gar, out bldgs on 6 acres LOCAL $59,900 421 N. Garﬁeld #R-1100041 Gordy Mersch Eagle Grove, IA 1205 270TH - EAGLE GROVE - 3-4 BR home w/4 car gar. & land (515) 448-9090 * (515) 890-0155 Corner lot, 3 BR, new roof located to north. New hickory kitchen & flooring and vinyl siding, attached 448-4745 • 314 W. Broadway 3235 180TH ST. - GOLDFIELD - This 1965 brick 3 BR ranch has 3 garage, great home and close family rooms, 4 garages, and a machine shed. to schools! 44 3335 230TH ST EAGLE GROVE - 12 acre site with 2 story home, machine shed & hog buildings. 1394 CALHOUN AVE - RENWICK - 3-4 BR w/shed on 4 acres M/L. 2331 FRANKLIN AVE - House to be moved, 3-4 BR w/oak kit. 323 S. Commercial Ave 1821 YORK - 4 BR, cement block home w/3 car garage. Eagle Grove, IA 50533 448-5177 a & j cons ruc ion, inc. 891 DOVE AVE. - DOWS - 7 acres, 2 story, gar, barn, machine shed. 1039 220TH ST - - West of Goldfield (HWY 3 &17), 2 BR w/out bldg on or 1-800-448-5178 hard surface road. Over 40 Years of Experience 2135 OAKRIDGE RD John Jacobson Tim Reams GOLDFIELD Brad Emick Cell: 515-689-0048 515-448-3286 3 BR ranch, full bsmnt, att. 2 car • Not FDIC Insured •Not Insured by any Federal Government Agency •Not a Deposit •Not Guaranteed by the Bank Cell: 515-689-0049 LOCAL TOWNS Woolstock SANTA’S NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO DELIVERS… 107 LIONEL SO DO WE! WOOLSTOCK 3 BR brick home w/oak kitchen & 2 car garage. CLARION 202 1ST AVE SE - 5 plex w/great income. 318 1ST ST. NE - Investment property. Beautiful main level fam- ily home w/2BR 2 BA, formal dinning & orig oak fireplace, Give the built in buffet & coffered ceilings + 3 apts. $69,500. 313 7TH ST NE CLARION - 3 BR w/ﬁreplace family room on quiet Christmas gift that keeps on street. Ready to move in. GOLDFIELD giving all year long… 209 PINE - 3 BR on large corner lot, recently updated. Must see inside. 410 W. WEBSTER - 4 plex W/2 car gar., great income property! Subscribe or renew your subscription to the Eagle 222 N. 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Broadway • 448-4425 • Eagle Grove, IA s 10 Thursday, December 9, 2010 EAGLE GROVE EAGLE Business Directory News Meetings View previous work on website: www.triplequality.com For all your home improvement needs to increase home efﬁciency, Clarion-Goldﬁeld Elementary Local artists invited to compete lower heating/cooling bills, to presents “A Holiday of Music” increase value of your home. Clarion-Goldﬁeld Elementary will entertain area parents, neighbors, and in Regional Art Show Call Triple C for complete interior/ friends with “A Holiday of Music” coming up on Thursday, Dec. 9 (today). Artists from this area are being coordinator for this area. “Photos, “Covered with Quality” exterior construction, including It will be held in the elementary gym. There will be a 1 p.m. matinee for all invited to prepare entries to submit computer art slides, videos, and work (515) 332-6020 plumbing and electrical. Call now! students and those who cannot attend at night. The evening program will for the regional 2011 nine-county done in classes or workshops are not Insured • Licensed “Our competitor’s price begin at 7 p.m. Iowa Artists Show to be held in eligible. Ready-to-hang paintings, Owner on Site is our price!” Piano players will provide prelude music starting at 6:30 p.m. The Clear Lake April 9, 2011. drawings, printmaking techniques, program will feature the ﬁfth-grade band directed by Mr. Kent Wesselink; This one-day show involves two- plus triptychs are accepted, as well third-, fourth-, and ﬁfth-grade music classes directed by Mrs. McGlynn, and three-dimensional art which will as jewelry, ceramics, sculptures, and High Speed and art work done with those same classes taught by Mrs. Thompson, art be judged and critiqued, with ﬁrst, ﬁber and textile works.” Internet starting instructor. second, third place, and honorable Maximum dimensions are four at $26.95 The public is cordially invited to attend. mention ribbons awarded. feet in either direction. Each entrant We wish you all a very joyous and music-ﬁlled holiday! Artworks awarded blue ribbons at may enter a total of three works. Serving Alden, Belmond, Blairsburg, Clarion, Dows, Eagle Grove, Fort Dodge, Goodell, Humboldt, Jewell, Lake Cornelia, Renwick, Rowan, Webster City, Williams, Woolstock, and all areas in between this show are then qualiﬁed for entry Each entrant must become a into the state competition in May. member of Iowa Artists by paying Choose from 4 Plans and lock in your price by signing up for Auto Pay • No Contracts No cable or Phone line needed Clarion Junior Wrestling To be held at the Clear Lake Arts Center, the show is open to all artists dues and signing an entry blank. Pre-registration is required by March WMTel.net 1-866-DO-WMTEL Tournament to be held age 18 and older from the following counties: Kossuth, Winnebago, 31. For information, contact Dee Frederick at 641-357-8076 . “making internet simple and affordable” Internet simple and affordable Clarion Recreation Department, can be avoided. Brackets will be Worth, Hancock, Cerro Gordo, “Iowa Artists, a non-proﬁt group Clarion Ruritans, and the City of determined at weigh-in. Pocahontas, Humboldt, Wright, and organized in 1970, includes varied Clarion are sponsoring the Junior This is an all-trophy tournament, Franklin. Iowa is divided into 12 media. This is an advantage because Wrestling Tournament to be held 1st - 4th place. First-place ﬁnishers such regions, and persons may enter artists come together with various on Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011, at the also receive a wall bracket. only in the region where they live. forms of art, and receive exposure to Clarion-Goldﬁeld High School, in All entries must be postmarked “Acceptable work must be original, and the inspiration of others,” states Clarion. no later than Jan. 27, 2011, to avoid stemming from the artist’s own Frederick. There are four divisions: Pee Wee the extra door fee. Fees are $10 per experience,” explains Dee Frederick, - Prep-K, K, 1st and 2nd; Bantam - entry, with $12 at the door. There are 3rd and 4th; Junior - 5th & 6th; and no refunds, and there is no insurance. Senior - 7th and 8th. Weigh-in time for Pee Wee and Entry fees must be included with registration. Make checks payable Supervisors face brief Bantam is 7 - 8 a.m., and for Junior and mail to: City of Clarion, P.O. and Senior, the time is 9 - 10 a.m. Box 266, Clarion, IA 50525. agenda at weekly meeting Wrestling starts at 9 a.m. with the Admission is $3 for Adults and $1 The Wright County Board of Supervisors worked quickly through a Pee Wee Division. for non-wrestling students. brief agenda at their regular meeting. Board members Rodney Toftey and All wrestlers will wrestle 4-man For more information contact: Larry Maasdam were absent. round robin events. We will try Tom Simmons, 515-532-2482. The Board presented their initial proposal to the PPME Local 2003 to get all boys three matches. The Concession stand will be representing the county union employees. There will be no change in the Hopefully, no byes will be necessary available with a continental breakfast current wage rates, hours of work or overtime except deleting overtime over and pairing boys from the same town and noon lunch. eight hours, leaves except deleting section four of current contract, transfers or promotions or grievance procedures. CLARION-GOLDFIELD- EAGLE GROVE The Board held an informal discussion with Harlan Askelsen DOWS SCHOOL EVENTS regarding a drainage issue on his property in Section 19 (incorrectly stated in a previous article as Section 17) in Wall Lake Township. He is questioning Connie Wilson Town & Country Insurance SCHOOL EVENTS THURS., DEC. 9: Eagle Grove, IA 50533 Thurs., Dec. 9: 4:15 p.m. Boys’ 8th-Grade whether it is a mutual drain or a district asset. The Board will continue to Basketball vs. Iowa Falls-Alden study the problem and a possible solution. 448-5177 • 1-800-448-5178 Email: cwilson@TCins.com 6 p.m. Jr. Varsity/Varsity Wrestling 4:15 p.m. Boys’ 7th-Grade Wright County Auditor Betty Ellis informed the Board that the Insurance Products are: at Hampton *Not FDIC Insured. Not insured by any Federal Basketball at Iowa Falls-Alden Government Agency. Not a Deposit. 6:30 p.m. 9th-Grade Boys’ county has received a Charitable Foundation grant for $1,200 to place Not Guaranteed by the Bank Basketball vs. Eagle Grove at 6 p.m. Girls’ Varsity Basketball at ‘Welcome to Wright County’ signs. The grant awards ceremony takes place Goldﬁeld Manson NW Webster HS on Tuesday, December 14th at Heartland Museum in Clarion. According to 6 p.m. Jr. Varsity/Varsity Wrestling For all your wireless phone service Fri., Dec. 10: Ellis, the signs will use a quilt square design which will include the colors vs. Humboldt/Iowa Falls 3:45 p.m. Jr. Varsity Girls’ from all four schools in the county. 7:30 p.m. Boys’ Varsity Basketball NEEDS. Basketball at Hampton 4:15 p.m. 7th-Grade Girls’ at Manson NW Webster HS FRI., DEC. 10: Comments? Go to: theeaglegroveeagle.com Basketball at Riverbend MS 4:30 p.m. Boys’ Jr. Varsity Attn: Les Houser 4:15 p.m. 8th-Grade Girls’ Basketball at Iowa Falls-Alden Basketball vs. Riverbend MS at 4:30 p.m. Girls’ Jr. Varsity Dows Basketball at Iowa Falls-Alden North Central Wireless/Goldﬁeld Telephone 5 p.m. Jr. Varsity Wrestling at Algona Tournament 5 p.m. Jr. Varsity Wrestling at Algona Jr. Varsity Wrestling Pollard Family Dentistry 536 N. Main Street, Goldﬁeld 5 p.m. Jr. Varsity Boys’ Basketball Tournament 825-3888 at Hampton 6:15 p.m. Girls’ Basketball at 6:15 p.m. Girls’ Varsity Basketball at Iowa Falls-Alden of Eagle Grove Hampton 7:45 p.m. Boys’ Varsity Basketball continues to be open every weekday, with a dentist 8 p.m. Boys’ Basketball at at Iowa Falls-Alden available on Wednesdays and Fridays. For appointments, call Hampton SAT., DEC. 11: 515-448-5022 in Eagle Grove Sat., Dec. 11: 11 a.m. Varsity Wrestling at Martin Dr. Pollard has sold the practice in Boone, but is pleased to announce 10 a.m. Jr. Varsity/Varsity Family Tournament TUES., DEC. 14: the purchase of Great Lakes Dental Center in Spirit Lake, Iowa. Wrestling at Aplington-Parkersburg You may contact him there at 712-336-3037 3:45 p.m. Girls’ Jr. Varsity Visit Tournament Tues., Dec. 14: Basketball vs. Algona HS or on his emergency cell number at 515-230-5255. Come 4:15 p.m. MS Wrestling at 3:45 p.m. Jr. Varsity Girls’ Hampton-Dumont MS Basketball vs. Iowa Falls 5 p.m. Boys’ Jr. Varsity Basketball 4:15 p.m. 7th-Grade Boys’ vs. Algona HS Basketball vs. Algona 40% The Perfect 40% 6:15 p.m. Girls’ Varsity Basketball 4:15 p.m. Middle School Wrestling vs. Algona HS our UnIquE StORe at Algona 7:45 p.m. Boys’ Varsity Basketball 5 p.m. Jr. Varsity Boys’ Basketball vs. Iowa Falls vs. Algona HS OFF OFF THURS., DEC. 16: Papers Page Stickers K S 6:15 p.m. Girls’ Basketball vs. 4:15 p.m. Boys’ 8th-Grade Iowa Falls Basketball at Webster City MS NUTZON' Scrapbook Store NOW! 8 p.m. Boys’ Basketball vs. Iowa 4:15 p.m. Boys’ 7th-Grade Shop We still have a Falls Basketball vs. Webster City MS GOOD Closes Thurs., Dec. 16: 6:30 p.m. Boys’ Freshman DEC. 23, 2010 The Idea Store 4:15 p.m. 7th-Grade Boys’ Basketball at St. Edmond 6:30 p.m. Varsity Wrestling vs. VARIETY of PAPERS, Store * New Shipment of Scarves Basketball at Clear Lake Clear Lake HS STICKERS and Store ﬁxtures also 4:15 p.m. 8th-Grade Boys’ Basketball vs. Clear Lake 6:30 p.m. Jr. Varsity Wrestling vs. Clear Lake HS EMBELLISH- in Clarion pegable and stack- for sale. 12 x 12 * Annaleece Jewelry * Scandinavian Gifts 4:30 p.m. Middle School Wrestling FRI., DEC. 17: MENTS. able paper trays. at Jewell 6:30 p.m. Jr. Varsity/Varsity 4:15 p.m. Girls’ 8th-Grade is * Willow Tree * Crystal Basketball vs. Algona MS 40% Wrestling at Algona 6:30 p.m. 9th-Grade Girls’ 4:15 p.m. Girls’ 7th-Grade Basketball at Algona MS CLOSING 40% * Kitchen Gadgets * WoodWick Candles Basketball at St. Edmond 7:30 p.m. 9th-Grade Boys’ 4:30 p.m. Boys’ Jr. Varsity Basketball at Webster City HS OFF 118 N. 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Broadway • Eagle Grove, IA 448-4425 HOURS Monday - Friday ~ 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday (in Nov. & Dec.) ~ 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday (Nov. 28 thru Dec. 19) ~ 1 - 4 p.m. EaglE grovE EaglE Thursday, December 9, 2010 11 EG FBLA Chapter-“Breaking Barriers” at 2010 Fall Conference A dozen Eagle Grove students, boxes that were shipped on with along with their Future Business hopes of arriving by Christmas. Leaders of America Advisor Lou Each box even contained a personal Voss and chaperone Steve Voss, note written by FBLA members. traveled recently to the 2010 National The students enjoyed the Fall Leadership Conference in remainder of the conference, and Des Moines, Iowa. The theme finished up the next evening on of the conference was “Breaking Nov. 6 with a celebration dance. Barriers” as FBLA students from Future Business Leaders of around the country listened to America is a nonprofit educational keynote speakers Alton Jamison association of students preparing for and Brenda Clark Hamilton, among careers in business or related fields. many other events. The idea for such an organization Since the National Conference was first presented by Dr. Hamden was held in-state this year, all L. Forkner in 1937. By the fall Iowa FBLA groups were invited of 1940, the National Council for to come a day early to do Habitat Business Education approved his for Humanity work. The Eagle idea and became the official sponsor Grove group jumped at the chance of FBLA. On February 3, 1942, the to be part of one of seven projects. first FBLA high school chapter was Although it was a hard day of chartered in Tennessee. manual labor landscaping a median The Eagle Grove Chapter in downtown Des Moines from is in their 55th year as a charter destruction to reconstruction, Lou member of FBLA. Lou Voss has Voss said it was worth the effort. been the group’s advisor for more She is very proud of all the hard than 20 of those years. She makes work each of her students put forth it her personal mission to help to complete a worthwhile project. each student reach business related On November 5th, the goals, personal goals, and social remaining FBLA groups arrived goals as well. bringing with them items to be sent Comments? Go to: to soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq theeaglegroveeagle.com (as had the Iowa groups, too). They Attn: Kim Demory spent the morning packing over 200 Front: Alec Amonson. 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Too often, whole wheat bun, baked beans, rice however, those lists of gifts are for pudding, and orange juice. people we know and are close to Tues., Dec. 14: Spaghetti, broccoli, us. What about those who may not apricots, and cheese bread. have anyone close by or are home- Wed., Dec. 15: Ham loaf, sweet bound? Christmas just wouldn’t be potatoes, calico corn, fruit compote Christmas without a gift to open. and whole wheat bread. That is why Rotary Ann in Thurs., Dec. 16: Beef stew, Eagle Grove is teaming up with 1960 cornbread, tangy coleslaw, peaches, Heartland Communications and and orange juice. Bickford Assisted Living to collect NOTE: Please return plastic new, unwrapped items for elderly dishes if you have meals delivered. residents of Wright and Webster Counties. Items you might consider donating include, but are not limited to: lap blankets, puzzles, magniﬁer reading lamps, large-print crossword News Tip? puzzles or Sudoku books, word- search books, card games, lotions Fort Dodge on Monday, Dec. 20 at and shower gels, DVDs, walker bags, 7 p.m. large-print calendars, pullers for All gifts will be anonymously Call Kim at cans with pull tabs, pill organizers, distributed through the Meals-on- magazines and newspapers, candy Wheels Program Christmas week. dishes with candy, non-slip socks or For more information, please 448-4745 slippers. contact Stephanie Morris of Rotary All donations should be dropped Ann Club of Eagle Grove Homes, off to Rotary Ann no later than 4 p.m. Inc. at 515-448-5124. on Friday, Dec. 17. If you would like Comments? Go to: to help wrap the gifts, you are invited theeaglegroveeagle.com to be at Bickford Assisted Living in Attn: Kim Demory Important news on Medicare as the year ends A variety of changes await Iowans The inpatient hospital deductible anyone who has had their Medicare on Medicare in 2011. Kris Gross will be $1,132. Co-payments for premium withheld from their Social from the state of Iowa’s Senior Health hospital days 61-90 will be $283/ Security check in 2010, will pay the Insurance Information Program day and $566/day for the lifetime same premium in 2011 that they paid (SHIIP) says, “The following is a reserve days. Skilled nursing care in 2010. list of important information to read co-payments will be $141.50 per day If you have questions about and share with anyone you know on for days 21-100. Medicare, contact SHIIP, a free, Medicare.” The Part B premium for 2011 conﬁdential service of the state of First, don’t miss comparing is $115.40 for anyone new to Iowa. Counselors are available across Medicare drug plans for 2011. Medicare in 2011, and anyone who the state to help you with Medicare “Everyone should do a comparison does not currently have the Part B questions and problems. For the of plans because of the changes premium withheld from their Social SHIIP site nearest you, call 1-800- plans have made for 2011,” Security check. Because there has 351-4664 (TTY 1-800-735-2942) or comments Gross. “We say ‘compare not been a Social Security cost of go to www.therightcalliowa.gov. or pay’ because plan changes include living increase the past two years, changes in the drugs covered, premiums, deductibles and co- payments.” You could end up in a plan which doesn’t meet your needs if you don’t compare plans. If you need assistance comparing plans, call SHIIP at 800-351-4664 (TTY 800-735-2942). There’s good news for anyone who hits the Part D coverage gap in 2011. Health reform included a provision which starts closing the gap next year. Brand name drugs will have a 50 percent discount in the gap, and generic drugs will get a 7 percent discount. Starting in 2011, the Medicare Advantage “open” enrollment period is being replaced with a “disenrollment” period. From January 1-February 14 you can disenroll from a Medicare Advantage plan and return to Original Medicare. If you make this change, you can County Farm Bureau recognized also enroll in a Medicare Part D plan. You will not be able to change to a as a top performer different Medicare Advantage plan, Lon Tweeten received the Wright County Farm Bureau recognition as was the case in past years. If you award at the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) annual meeting want a Medicare Advantage plan for in Des Moines Dec. 1. IFBF President Craig Lang (left) and IFBF 2011, it is important that you enroll Vice President Craig Hill (right) made the presentation to Tweeten in the best plan for your situation by December 31, 2010. (center). Medicare also recently announced Wright County Farm Bureau received an “outstanding” designation the Medicare premiums, deductibles for its 2010 programs related to policy development; policy and co-payments for 2011. The Part implementation; communication; ag education; strengthening the B annual deductible will be $162. organization; and promoting the beneﬁts of membership. Consider giving a Tax Deductible gift this holiday season All donations to the museum renovation project are tax deductible and can be made “In Memory” of or “In Honor” of someone special. Gifts may be sent to: 210 East Broadway, Eagle Grove, IA 50533 or call Colleen for more information at 448-4131 The Eagle Grove Historical Society will send a card to the individual letting them know that a gift has been given in their name EAGLE GROVE EAGLE Thursday, December 9, 2010 13 Opinions columns Atheists, prisons QUESTION OF THE WEEK Leighisms… and elites… Have you already “Shopped Local” When Eagle Grove was established in the late 1800s, it was ﬁrst located along the Boone River. Then the railroads came and laid tracks and the town was moved because of the railroad. Railroads, of course, need for your holiday gift-giving needs? labor, and the labor needs somewhere to live, and the town grew. Every By Brad Hicks days,” and holy means ‘Spiritually town that was established needed a place to shop. It was so necessary Everything’s bigger in Texas – whole or sound; of unimpaired in- that the government, along with the assistance of the cities, laid pipes including the controversies. nocence and virtue; free from sinful Go to theeaglegroveeagle.com, on the lefthand side of the page and vote on our question of the week. underneath the ground providing heat to all businesses. The government A group of ministers in Fort affections; pure in heart; godly; pi- Only one vote per computer is registered. provided lots of subsidies to help pay for the labor. Worth are riled up and taking a ous; irreproachable; guiltless; ac- In those days, travel was done with horse and buggy, later followed by stand against the public transporta- ceptable to God.’ the automobile. Every Main Street area was full. There was no way that tion department there because it sold advertising space on the sides of its “Darn,” I bet those atheists are saying to themselves. “We ac- Have you already “Shopped Local” people could travel miles to get what they needed. It had to be bought right here. Without Main Street businesses, no community would have buses to a group of atheists. According to an internet news knowledged a supreme deity and we didn’t mean to do it. We should for your holiday gift-giving needs? ever been established. Everyone shopped their neighbors. When people would move into Eagle Grove, the ﬁrst thing they report: “The 2.5-by-12-foot ads pro- claiming “Millions of Americans are Good Without God” are sched- have said “X-mas” and that would have commercialized it enough.” Of course, the origin of the X in our YES NO would look for is if there was a good Main Street where they could buy everything they needed to survive. That was then… In the 21st Century, most people really don’t care about the importance uled to run for 30 days on the sides of four of Fort Worth Transporta- tion Authority’s ﬂeet of about 150 language comes from the Greek let- ter Chi, which is the ﬁrst letter of the Greek word Χριστός, translated as 89% 11% of Main Street. Today’s cars allow them to travel anywhere they want to shop. It’s nothing to get into the car and go to the Mega Mall in Minnesota for the day. I hear of people going to Fort Dodge just to get buses, starting next week. The ads “Christ”. a jug of milk, if nothing else for somewhere to go and something to do. are similar to those on buses and Darn… The results are horrifying. Up and down Main Street Eagle Grove, there billboards the past few years in cit- All that said, I commend the are several empty buildings. Many of them are not retail, but rather, ies nationwide, including Detroit, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.” atheists for what they did, and I think the ministers are nuts. One of them Joke of business ofﬁces. This is happening not just in our community, but in small towns across the nation. Most businesses in our town know most The story continued: “The Dal- accused the transportation company of their customers by their ﬁrst name. They seldom see someone brand las-Fort Worth Coalition of Reason of putting proﬁts ahead of principle. the Week new. That’s because there is a certain mindset, or habit if you will, that paid about $2,480 for the bus ads The pastors ought to join the atheists you work your way into. You either shop locally or you drive out of and is targeting people who may feel in helping or visiting those who feel A woman had let her body get out of shape, so she joined a town. left out during the holidays. ‘Our left out at this time of year. Those ﬁtness club and started exercising. One interesting movement is that as the high-income people retire purpose is not to offend, but to reach who feel left out are actually looking She decided to take an aerobics class for seniors. She bent, and leave, and the lower-income people are moving in (many of them out to our own,’ said Fred Edwords, for something to ﬁll an empty hole, twisted, gyrated, jumped up and down and perspired for an hour. Spanish-speaking) and have a tendency to shop at home. They like the national director of the United or as my friend EW says, a God- convenience, not to mention they don’t want to waste gas and time driving By the time she got the leotards on, the class was over. Coalition of Reason. ‘It would sized hole. When the atheists think somewhere else. That’s one reason why the changes in our population take more than a few words on the of their fellow man before some can be good for our community. side of a bus to change someone’s Christians do, and when Christians The E invites you to share your joke with us! Send your sub- mission to egeagle@goldﬁeldaccess.net with a subject title of “Joke So why isn’t it that you, and I’m referring to you, and I would include religion.’” take atheists to task for helping me, too, don’t make a habit of shopping locally? Are we embarrassed? How ironic. Did anyone tell the others, I think the Chris-tians have of the Week” or drop it off at the ofﬁce at 314 W. Broadway. Please Do we ﬁnd it uncomfortable fearing that they’re going to “force” us to atheists that these “holidays” are some explaining to do. also include your name and city in the message. Most jokes are part buy something? Would we rather go somewhere where nobody knows about the birth of Jesus Christ? That Brad Hicks is president and of the public domain, but if it’s not your original work, attribute the us at all? Is there someone on Main Street that you don’t like, therefore it’s Christmas? CEO of Mid-America Publishing joke to its author when possible. you shop somewhere else? Maybe you don’t want to let someone else Of course, if you want to call Corpo-ration. You can reach him at know how prosperous you are, so you would rather have someone else them “holidays,” that’s ﬁne, but email@example.com. ourtside our community deliver your goods. holidays is derived from “holy I would like to direct this comment to all managers of businesses in our community; to those who are owners of their establishments in Eagle Grove; to the Superintendent and Principals of our schools; to the County Supervisors and their boards; to the Mayor and the City Council and City Administrator. This week, I would like to have you send out a Eagle Grove Eagle message to everyone of your employees, maybe in the form of a public announcement or in the form of a letter, and ask them to take a tour of Main Street. You can do it in groups so it’s not so embarassing. Just Early walk into the store as if they’re having a big open house. Tell them you’re just looking. Try shopping at home! Even if you don’t live here, but you work here…this is your home-away-from-home, too. If you work at a place that is supported by public taxpayers’ money, you’re wages come from, in part, from these Main Street businesses. They support you with their property tax money. Wouldn’t it make you feel better if you helped support them? When it comes to shopping at home, I am by no means perfect! This Deadline message is not only for all of you, but it also includes myself and the employees who work at this hometown newspaper. Message to the businesses: Please let me know, at the end of this year, if you saw an inﬂux of new customers. I want to know if this message actually worked. Be assured that I will let the community know the end results of whether we have moved some people to shop locally. Be sure to look at this week’s poll question results as last week we asked who has already shopped locally for holiday gift giving. The results are encouraging. We believe it is such an appropriate question, All copy for next week’s Eagle is due that we’re leaving it on for a second week. If you have not yet voted, Thursday, Dec. 9th by 4 p.m. as it will be please do so, and answer honestly. As a Main Street business, we want to know. published a day early so we can bring you the Leigh Banwell Fareway Holiday Open House specials for Publisher and Manager Wednesday, Dec. 15th. Eagle Grove Eagle All news and ad copy, as well as classiﬁeds and emails must be received by 4 p.m. on Dec. Have an opinion? Photo by Kim Demory 9th. Any copy received after this time will be School and community working together put in the Dec. 23rd edition. When Joan Heckard, coordinator of the Family Readiness Group for the soldiers of B-Battery 1-194 Field Artillery out of Eagle Grove and Algona Share it with our readers in a Armories, gave out a call for supplies for the troops, Robert Blue Middle Thank you for your cooperation. School students, along with the community of Eagle Grove, answered. Pictured above with the middle school’s collection is Alix Rethman, who Letter to the Editor. thought the soldiers might enjoy playing a game or two of Yahtzee when they All letters are at the discretion of the publisher! have some R&R time. 14 Thursday, December 9, 2010 EAGLE GROVE EAGLE Harrison wins EG Invite; 8th place for Eagles The Eagle Grove wrestling elbow. Mrla then lost to the eventual team began their home invitational champion from Fort Dodge in round with 12 wrestlers in the mix and two. Mrla lost to the Ballard wrestler came away with place ﬁnishes in the consolation semiﬁnals and from eight of them. Although their was matched up against the C-G team ﬁnished sixth out of the eight wrestler again and won by default, teams competing, they did ﬁnish placing him ﬁfth. Brandon Moore controls the head of this Emmetsburg wrestler with one champion, a second, a The ﬁnal two wrestlers to place in his win in the consolation semiﬁnals round at 112. third, two fourths, a ﬁfth, a pair for the Eagles were Alec Amonson of sixths, and a team score of 105. and Justin Stein at 140 and 171 Ballard snuck by Fort Dodge for respectively. Amonson began the team championship with 218.5, the day losing a tight match to an while the Dodgers ﬁnished with 218 Algona wrestler, 6-4. Amonson points for second place. Third place then defeated an Ankeny wrestler went to Ankeny with 192, followed 8-4, but lost his ﬁnal two matches by Clarion-Goldﬁeld with 146, to Oskaloosa and again to Algona,- A rare smile by a wrestler happened when Mitch Gambrill won Emmetsburg with 131, Eagle Grove, placing him in sixth. Stein ran into his ﬁrst match in the Eagle Grove Invitational. Oskaloosa with 78.5, and Algona a buzz saw from Ballard in the with 77 points. opening round but came back to win Eagle Grove’s lone champion by a fall of his own over an Algona came at 152 when senior, Cody wrestler. Stein then lost to a Fort Harrison wrestled for his ﬁnal time Dodge wrestler and an Oskaloosa in the Eagle Grove Invitational and wrestler. Stein faced two state defeated Jake Haberman in the ﬁnals champions during the day and still 9-2 for the gold. This was the ﬁrst EG managed to pull out sixth place. Invite championship of Harrison’s Eagle Grove also had Dylan career. Harrison began the day with Sporaa competing at 103, Kameron a fall over Ballard and a 3-1 decision Pedersen at 119, Cole Beecher at over an Oskaloosa wrestler, sending 145, and Kolten McCutcheon at 160 Zach Boyer uses a defensive move to pin his opponent in the him into the ﬁnals. each of whom did not place in the Eagle Invite. Alec Amonson controls this Ankeny wrestler in his 8-4 win at 140 The silver medal was awarded tournament. pounds. to freshman Mitch Gambrill. Coach Aaron Schafer was very Gambrill made his way to the ﬁnals pleased with his team’s results after by pinning his ﬁrst two opponents the tournament. He commented, from Algona and Emmetsburg at the “We came into the tournament with 215 weight category. Gambrill then six freshmen, two sophomores, was defeated by an Ankeny wrestler and four seniors on the roster; and in the championship round. we came away with eight of them Miguel Pacheco placed third for placing, I would say we had a pretty the Eagles at 135. Pacheco began the good day. This is the ﬁrst time that day with a 16-9 win over a Ballard everyone of these guys placed by a wrestler, then lost in round two to win and didn’t forfeit their way into the eventual champion from Fort the place. Joe Mrla’s situation with Dodge. Pacheco then won by fall Matt Odland was unfortunate, but in the consolation semiﬁnals round, he still put him in that position to get sending him into the match for third to that. We just wrestled with high place. Pacheco then won by fall and potential. I could say that every kid placed third for Eagle Grove. worked hard today. Cody Harrison Justin Stein gets a win at 171 over an Algona wrestler. Zach Boyer and Brandon Moore had a good day. He got tired in both ﬁnished the tournament with the ﬁnals, and we need to work on Miguel Pacheco gets a fall over an Algona wrestler at 135. fourth-place medals and two wins conditioning; but his technique has and two loses on the day. Boyer come along well. The other guy began with a fall over a Fort Dodge in the ﬁnals was Mitch Gambrill; wrestler, followed by a loss to a and I would have liked to see him Ballard wrestler. Boyer then went on win it, but he made some freshmen to win by fall over Emmetsburg but mistakes. It was really nice to have was defeated for third by Algona. Bill Nelson come up and talk to these Moore began with a fall guys, and he spoke to them about over Algona, but was defeated by wrestling every match in your head. Clarion-Goldﬁeld’s wrestler in the He said, “If you believe it, you can semiﬁnals. Moore then handed achieve it.” He was right, and they Emmetsburg an 8-5 loss before started to see the conﬁdence grow.” being defeated by Ballard’s wrestler Before the ﬁnals, Coach Schafer for third place. introduced longtime resident of Eagle Joe Mrla ﬁnished the day in ﬁfth Grove and four-time state champion Two former Eagle Grove wrestlers sit and chat at the Eagle Grove place for the Eagles. Mrla began Bill Nelson. Nelson graduated from Invitational. Bill Nelson wrestled for the Eagles in the 40’s and the day with a win over Clarion- Eagle Grove in 1944. was a 4-time state champion, while Mike Woodall wrestled for Goldﬁeld’s Matt Odland, winning Comments? Go to: the Eagles in the 70’s and was a two-time state runner-up. This Cody Harrison stands on the championship step after winning at by default when Odland was taken theeaglegroveeagle.com tournament returns many past outstanding wrestlers as coaches, 152 pounds his senior year. to the hospital with a dislocated Attn: Karla Thompson fathers, and spectators. ale Girls fall in season opener Wholes The Eagle Grove girls’ This year is a little different for Price basketball team traveled to Algona to take on Bishop Garrigan on Tuesday, November 23. The Golden Bears us with all the starters we lost the previous year; and we competed the whole game, which I loved to Halftime lead slips handed the Eagles their ﬁrst loss of the season by the score of 24-58. The Eagles trailed 4-11 after the see. In the time I have coached here, I thought we looked up the ﬂoor to open teammates better than away from boys’ ﬁrst quarter of action, followed by we ever have before. Now making SUVS '08 Buick Enclave CXL, AWD, Fully Loaded, Tan Leather, Factory Auto Start, an 8-25 halftime score. The Eagles then scored nine points in the third those passes into ﬁnished baskets was another story. For the game team in season 62k, Diamond White,........................Orig. Price $28,900 SALE PRICE $27,700 quarter, making the score EG 17- BG we rebounded well for most of the '07 GMC Envoy Denali, AWD, Fully Loaded, Tan Leather, Sunroof, 42k, White.................................................Orig. 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'05 GMC 1500 4x4 Ext Cab, Liftkit, Super Sharp, Gray Cloth, PW, PL, CD, Dual Exhaust, After Market Wheels and Tires, Only 63k, Black ........................... down four rebounds while Herrington will do the next game.” Stated Coach points and nine rebounds. Brandon ..........................................................Orig. Price $17,950 SALE PRICE $16,800 and Mork each had two. Hoag. Johnson scored 11 for the home pointers, and we only shot two free '04 GMC 3500 4x4 Dually, Duramax, Crew Cab, Heated Tan Leather, FP, Only “Tuesday we traveled to Algona Comments? Go to: team. Connor Tomke added eight throws. Those things are not going 53k, Black .........................................Orig. Price $28,500 SALE PRICE $27,900 '01 Ford 5-150 4x4 King Ranch, Check out the website for this one. to play Bishop-Garrigan, and I was theeaglegroveeagle.com points, while Aaron Wagner chipped to win many basketball games. But Dinsdalemotors.net, 108k, Blue .......Orig. Price $12,900 SALE PRICE $12,400 anxious to see how we would play. Attn: Karla Thompson in six points. Cesar Hernandez and those are some of the little things that Cody Helmick each contributed four the kids have to learn on. I thought Go online to www.dinsdalemotors.net points and Radney Roosa added two Andy Bell and Cesar Hernandez to view all cars in this ad. more. both came in and played well in their Coach Parrott commented on ﬁrst varsity game. We can’t get in the game, “It was interesting. It’s foul trouble. We have to be able to Weekly our new season, and we are going handle the press and cut down the are available at to have some pains. We have a lot turnovers. I think we will be ok FAREWAY of kids with not much experience. and have to take some baby steps 8 a.m. Overall, I was pleased with the way and be patient. I thought we played 748 2nd Street, Flyers Wednesday we played. We just have to do some respectful.” Webster City, IA 50595 things like not have 24 turnovers, Comments? Go to: (515) 832-1010 morning in store and we need to get to the basket theeaglegroveeagle.com more. We settled for shooting three- Attn: Karla Thompson EaglE grovE EaglE Thursday, December 9, 2010 15 Youth Wrestling Tournament Hampton-Dumont will hold a Youth Wrestling Tournament on Saturday, Dec. 11, at the Middle School, 601 12th Ave. NW, in Hampton. The Divisions are: Novice (K-2); Pee-Wee (3-4); Bantam (5-6); and Senior (7-8). Weigh-in for grades K-4 will be from 7-8 a.m., and for grades 5-8 9:30-10:30 a.m. Entry fee at the door is $15. There will be medals for all places! The tournament will be 4-Man Round Robin. An entry form is located in The Predicament publication. Wartburg College wrestling team helped by local athlete Second-ranked Wartburg College produced bonus-point wins in all 10 matches en route to a 51-0 Iowa Conference dual win over Central Nov. 30. Coach Jim Miller’s Knights, moving to 5-0 overall, received pins from fifth-ranked senior Mark Kist of Eagle Grove at 125, sophomore 141-pounder Tommy Mirocha of Davenport, freshman 165-pounder Landon Williams of Davenport, Eagles drop conference and junior 197-pounder Byron Tate of Clinton, who came into the dual with a No. 1 national ranking. game to H-D Bulldogs Junior 133-pounder Mike Kremer of Independence, ranked No. 10, The Eagle Grove Eagles dropped senior 149-pounder Jacob Groth of their opening conference game to Marshalltown, ranked No. 8, and the Hampton-Dumont Bulldogs on senior heavyweight John Helgerson Tuesday, November 30, by the score of West Union, ranked No. 1, each of 35-54. won by technical fall. The Bulldogs jumped out to a The Orange and Black, upping 15-10 lead over the Eagles after the their consecutive league dual win first quarter of action and continued streak to 143, allowed only 21 to increase the lead as each quarter escapes from the visiting Dutch (0-2, progressed. H-D led 35-20 at half- 0-2 IIAC). Wartburg ended the night time, 46-26 after three quarters, and with 34 takedowns, five escapes, won 54-35. three reversals, and 15 nearfalls. The Eagles leading scorer for the contest was Andy Bell with eight points, followed by Brandon Johnson We make with seven points, Connor Tomke and Oscar Hernandez with six each, color copies Cody Helmick with four, and Cesar Hernandez and Aaron Wagner with for as little as $.49… two a piece. The Eagles are 0-2 overall ask us how! and 0-1 in the North Central Conference. Radney Roosa skies up to attempt to block the shot of a Comments? Go to: Hampton-Dumont player in the 448-4745 theeaglegroveeagle.com first NCC basketball contest Attn: Karla Thompson for the Eagles. 314 W. Broadway Monday - Friday ~ 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Eagle Grove Greenhouses Special Amaryllis Bulbs In-Store Norfolk Savings! Poinsettias 20% Off - Cash & Carry Island Pine Browse through our holiday displays of unique ideas, custom florals, wreaths, wall decor, gifts, and our new Miche purses. 120 S. Iowa Ave., Eagle Grove 515-448-5181 16 Thursday, December 9, 2010 EaglE grovE EaglE Girls’ basketball team downed by Bulldogs The Eagle Grove girls’ basketball team was defeated by the Hampton- Dumont Bulldog’s team at home in the second game of the season and of the week. The Bulldogs came out fast and put 18 points up on the scoreboard while the Eagles struggled on offense and only came up with eight team points in the opening quarter. The second quarter was again all Bulldogs holding the Eagles to only six points, yet gathering 12 more of their own and taking their team to the locker room with an 30-14 score in favor of Hampton-Dumont. The Eagles outscored the Bulldogs in the third quarter of the game by one point, 6-5, but the overall lead still remained in the hands of the Bulldogs. The final quarter of action Kailee Russell sets a good screen on the opponent so Stephanie in the game gave the Bulldogs a win Herrington can make her way to the basket. of 48-26. Kailee Russell and Lexie Miller Terrell grabbed eight and seven on their starters. We did not take led the Eagles on the scoreboard with rebounds each respectively. Almond advantage of those fouls as we only nine and eight points respectively. ended with four rebounds, while made six of 18 free throws in the first Josie Robertson scored four points Miller had three and a pair of steals, half. We also had 27 turnovers in the for Eagle Grove, while Sammi Terrell and Robertson had two rebounds. first half, which absolutely killed our and Sierra Meyers added two each, “Tuesday we hosted Hampton- chances. With a better percentage and Kylee Almond had one point. Dumont, and the Bulldogs are from the line and less turnovers, we Beth Mork led the team on the always a challenge for us with their would have probably led the half. defensive side of the game for the aggressive style of play. We did a Those types of things seem to happen Eagles by pulling down 11 rebounds great job against their pressure early with a young team, so I was pleased and two blocked shots. Russell and in the game and got some quick fouls with the second half as we cut down our turnovers to 12. We rebounded Photo by Kim Demory much better this game, and it showed in the stats and in some of those fouls Festival of Trees returns to Eagle Grove by the Bulldogs.” Said Coach Hoag. The Bubeck family even brought along their puppy to enjoy the sights and sounds of Festival of Trees, “Three girls had at least seven held this year as part of pictures with Santa during Window Wonderland. The twinkling lights and rebounds which was great to see. creative decorations featured by area clubs, organizations, and businesses were both breathtaking and Sammi Terrell had seven, Kailee entertaining. Russell had eight, and Beth Mork had 11. Kylee Almond led us in assists with three, and Lexie Miller led us Pressure Washer in steals with two. We are going to start our tough stretch of road games REPAIR now as our next four are on the road • Most All Brands against some stiff competition. The • Hot or Cold Units girls have continued to improve, • Large Parts Inventory and we will have to put forth our New • Used • Rentals best effort to be competitive in those games.” CAMPBELLS Comments? Go to: 103 W. Hwy. 3, Goldfield, IA It’s always worth the drive! The varsity girls get in position to play defense on the Hampton- theeaglegroveeagle.com Dumont Bulldogs. Attn: Karla Thompson 515-825-3777 FAREWAY Eagle Grove Eagle Grove Eagle Grove Eagle Grove Great A Holiday Gift from Us to You! Prices Please join us Photo by Kim Demory At Knutzon’s we can build a snowman Did you know it’s possible to build a snowman at 72 degreees? Wednesday, dec. 15th Rachel Meyer (left) and Beth Mork (right) did…inside Knutzon’s during Window Wonderland. The white peanuts added to the effect of frolicking in the snow as the girls tossed them in the air. from 5 - 9 p.m....and enjoy refreshments and cookies. Registration for door prizes. Need not be present to win. Register this night only - drawings will be the morning of Dec. 16th. SuPer holidaY SPecialS Samples for theSe 4 hourS at unbelievable PriceS! Santa Photo by Kim Demory Festival of trees Check next week's EARLY edition of The returns to Eagle Grove Eagle Grove Eagle for these great prices The Festival of Trees at the Photo by Kim Demory Masonic Lodge in Eagle Grove has been a highlight of the Please enjoy this token of our appreciation and wishes for a great holiday Trees that are grrrreat season for years. After a year season to you and your families. Word has it Santa will be here! Students and teachers at Robert or two of hiatus, the Chamber Mark your calendar or cut this out and Blue Middle School got into the holiday spirit by decorating ET decided to take over the event and hold it in conjunction with hang it on your refrigerator. room trees. This one, created by Window Wonderland this year. You don’t want to miss this event! Amy Ascherl’s group, is grrrrreat Approximately 20 trees were with Tony the Tiger on top, don’t featured, decorated by area you think? 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