Graphic - Advocate WEDNESDAY | DECEMBER 7, 2011|VOLUME 123| ISSUE 56
Rockwell City Office 712-297-7544 • firstname.lastname@example.org - Lake City Office 712-464-3188 • email@example.com
The Graphic-Advocate salutes
WW II Vets on 70th Anniversary
of Pearl Harbor attack
By Ken Ross
School enrollment is almost
exactly the same for the 2011/12
school year as for the previous
school year for both the Southern
Cal and Rockwell City/Lytton
School Districts according to Jeff
Kruse, shared superintendent for the
The enrollment at RCL for the
present year is 467. 1, up a fraction
of a student and the enrollment at SC
is 498.4, up a little over one student.
Students who are home schooled but
receive support services from the
district are counted as fractions of
students based on the level of service
provided to the home schooled
The enrollment figures will affect
per-pupil funding for the following
school year. The per pupil funding
for the general budget is an amount
set by the state that is a combination
of state aid and local property tax,
with the ratio between revenue
generated locally and provided by
the state based on a complex formula
taking into account the per pupil
valuation in the district.
In the case of open enrollment to
another district, the funding for the
SCC dancers are state champs
The South Central Calhoun High School All-Male Dance Team earned the honor of State Champions on Dec. 1 at the Iowa State Dance and Drill Team Competition. The SCC Team “The
student is sent from the resident Brotherhood” competed in the All-Male Dance category against six other All-Male teams, placing first with 252 points out of a possible 280 points. The second place team, Winterset,
district to the district where the scored 248.5 points. The team is coached by Theresa Hildreth and the team choreographer is Kelly Lantz. Front row: Sam Spencer, Matthew Nieland, Jace Neubaum, Andrew Van
student attends school. Hulzen and Tyler Kutz. Middle row: Brett Nicholson, Taylor Davis, Trae Fistler, Michael DeMoss and Dylan Addison; Back row: Ryan Nicholson, Cody Schoop, Zayne Barrett and
Chase Goodman. Not pictured: Caleb Maguire. (Photo contributed)
Lake City seeks
Kruse said there has been a slight
increase in the net number of open
enrolled out students but this appears
Lake City issues
to be the result of the usual reasons snow ordinance
input on burning
for open enrollment, a change of
residence by the family.
Kruse said that the whole grade
To allow the city of Lake City
sharing that started this school year to effectively and efficiently
does not appear to be a factor in open remove snow and ice from the
enrollment. All Lake City utility customers Thursdays, and Saturdays) during city’s roadways, parking on public
were recently mailed an “Open the authorized burn periods; (2) streets, alleys and city-owned off-
Branstad Burning Survey.” Current rules adopt a new ordinance allowing street parking shall be prohibited
to visit RC
allow open burning of landscape burning six days a week (not on during snow removal. When snow
waste during two burn periods Sunday) during the authorized burn is of sufficient depth for plowing,
(March 15 - May 15 and Oct. 1-Nov periods; or (3) adopt a new ordinance the ordinance shall be in effect.
30) on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and to ban burning completely. The parking ban shall continue
The SCC Middle School in
Saturdays. Customers are reminded to return for approximately 24-hours after
Rockwell City is among the the snow has stopped falling and
However, from Oct. 1 – Nov. 30, their completed survey to City Hall
six locations for education the Council approved burning on by Dec. 12. Results will be tallied blowing to allow for plowing of
transformation town hall meetings Mondays through Saturdays as a and reported at the City Council the streets. It is recommended that
recently announced by Governor trial period. meeting on Monday, Dec. 19, at 6:30 when snow is forecast overnight, or
Terry Branstad. Both Branstad and Now, following the trial period, p.m. at the Community Building. conditions indicate potential snow,
Lt Gov. Kim Reynolds will spear citizen input is requested. The survey Citizens are encouraged to attend,
Celebration in Lohrville vehicles be moved to off-street,
Santa made an appearance in Lohrville on Friday following the private parking. Violation of this
at the parent roundtable discussions gives three options: (1) keep the as opportunity to comment on the
current ordinance allowing burning open burning regulations will be official lighting of the Christmas tree. The celebration also included a ordinance may result in the issuance
slated for Monday Dec 12 from 5 - 6
three days a week (Tuesdays, provided. chili supper and games. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross) of a parking ticket.
p. m. at the RC Middle School.
The 65 fifth grade students at South Central Calhoun Middle School, under the direction of art teacher Amelia Klett, have completed an art project now hanging in the SCCMS library consisting of 1,000 origami cranes. The 1,000 cranes
are a symbol of hope for the Japanese people and has special meaning as a wish for peace following WW II. Students chosen randomly to represent the fifth grade include (front) Kayla Howk, Stephanie Stoos, Kaylynn Kruckenberg,
Heidi Hammen, Kyle Poen, Mason Merkley and Adrian Diaz. (Second row) Chloe Davis, Payton Steig, Shade´ Secory, Jacob Nicholson, Tate Steig, Jared Birks and Spencer Moon. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
2 The Graphic-Advocate Commentary December 7, 2011
Parents, teachers share ideas to improve student achievement
Dec. 1,A major education debate Our great quality of life was achievement. To keep the Iowa
is expected to take place during next built a step at a time, thanks to the State Fair among the nation’s best,
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town hall meetings and talking businesses and communities. This maintain and improve the Iowa State
with students, parents and teachers. year in the Legislature, we approved Fairgrounds. The fund is made up
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EXTENSION LINES What’s Happening
From Iowa State University Extension Sunday, Dec. 11: 3 p.m. Lohrville Community Club Bingo at Lohrville Community Building.
Tuesday, Dec. 13: 9:30 a.m. Regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at the Community Building.
Many holidays have become so spinach and tomato pasta. Pair that shipping and handling from the ISU Thursday, Dec. 15: 9 a.m. The Calhoun County Board of Human Resources will be meeting in the Activity
commercialized that much of the with a jar of low-fat pasta sauce and Extension online store found at: Room of the Courthouse Annex, 515 Court Street in Rockwell City.
true meaning of the holiday has you have a quick and colorful ready- https://store.extension.iastate.edu/ Tuesday, Dec. 20: 1:30-5:30 p.m. The Rockwell City Community Blood Drive will be at St. Francis Catholic
been lost. While it is nice to give to-make meal gift. Use this 12-month calendar to track Church Educational Center, 744 Main Street, Rockwell City.
money or fancy gifts, no gift is Make Homemade Mixes in a your nutrition and fitness plans and
more appreciated than those that
are homemade or handmade. Those
Jar - Put together a homemade salt-
free seasoning mix and place it in a
to create simple, healthy meals. Each
month’s featured recipe also comes
Thursday, Dec. 8: 4 p.m. MS (B) BB vs. Manson NW, Girls at Barnum, Boys at Rockwell City; 6 p.m. JVR/JV
are the special gifts that come decorative container. You can find a with a menu plan and fitness tips. Girls BB at Gowrie; 6 p.m. JVR/JV Boys BB vs. Prairie Valley at Lake City; 6 p.m. Wrestling vs. Prairie Valley,
from the heart and take extra time low sodium version of a dry cream The Iowa State University PAC/P-P, Graettinger-Terril at Graettinger.
and thought. Gifts created in your soup mix recipe, a dried onion soup Extension garden calendar is also Friday, Dec. 9: 6 p.m. BB vs. Ridge View at Lake City; 7 p.m. 6-8 grade Winter Concert at MS Gym.
kitchen are a special way to share mix recipe and a taco seasoning a popular gift for gardeners. This Saturday, Dec. 10: ACT Test Date; 10 a.m. Wrestling at Central Springs Tourney (Nora Springs); 2:30 p.m. JV
a little of yourself. Here are some mix recipe in the Healthy Meals in year’s calendar shows off many Girls and Boys vs. Carroll Kuemper at Rockwell City; 6 p.m. BB vs. Carroll Kuemper at Rockwell City.
items your friends and family may a Hurry publication that you can of the state’s Public Gardens. Sunday, Dec. 11: 6 p.m. Summer and Fall athletic Recognition Night at Rockwell City.
enjoy. purchase from your local Extension Complete with locations, websites, Monday, Dec. 12: 5 p.m. JVR Boys/JV Girls/JV Boys BB at Sac City.
Dried or Fresh Fruit - It may be office for a cost of only $2.50. and hours of operation, you can plan Tuesday, Dec. 13: 4 p.m. MS (B) BB vs. Laurens-Marathon, Girls in Laurens (1 game only), Boys in Lake City;
possible to put together a delightful “Gift Certificate” for Food from excursions to these sources of civic 4:30 p.m. JVR Boys BB at Burnside; 6 p.m. BB at Burnside; 6 p.m. Wrestling vs. SE Webster-Grand, East Sac
fresh fruit basket. Fill it with Your Kitchen - For people that you pride and gardening know-how. County and Audubon at Rockwell City.
tangelos, pomegranates, kiwi, pears, see often, give a homemade “gift Gain gardening tips as well. Pick Wednesday, Dec. 14: No School, Teacher In-Service.
grapefruit, oranges, and bananas. Or, certificate” that promises fresh treats one up at your local Extension office
if your fresh fruit choices are limited, from your kitchen. For example, for only six dollars.
arrange a variety of dried fruits in a you might give a gift of a delivered Written by Nancy Clark, Iowa R.C. Community Coffees
decorative pattern on a glass serving home-cooked meal or one fresh State University (ISU) Extension Sponsored by the Rockwell City Chamber and Development. The Community Coffees are held every
plate. Wrap it tightly in plastic wrap home-baked loaf of whole grain and Outreach Nutrition and Health Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.
and top it with a colorful ribbon. bread per month for the next year. Program Specialist, serving ISU Wednesday, Dec. 7: 9:30 Calhoun County REC
Pasta, Pasta - The beauty of pasta Calendars are always a welcome Region 6 in Pocahontas and Buena
is that it comes in all shapes, sizes gift. The Healthy & Homemade: Vista Counties.
and colors. Try filling a large glass 2012 Nutrition and Fitness L.C. Betterment Coffees
container with a mix of whole-wheat, Calendar is on sale for only $2 plus The Betterment Coffees are held on the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month at 9:30 a.m.
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4 The Graphic-Advocate Legals December 7, 2011
State of Iowa Board of Supervisors Emergitech, maint/rpr .............................454.20 The Southern Cal and Rockwell City-Lytton FMLA Policy. SC motion carried 4-0. The Southern Cal Board of Directors met in
Calhoun County Calhoun County Courthouse Esolutions Inc, data processing ..............255.00 Community School Board of Directors met in Maulsby motioned, Welander seconded, to a Special Meeting on Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at the
Rockwell City, Iowa Farley, Peter, Lake City - city election ....149.00 a regular joint meeting on Monday, November approve the consent agenda as presented. SCC HS Supt’s Office. President Jim Brown
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S LEVY AND SALE Tuesday, November 22, 2011 Farmers Coop Co., chemicals ..................76.00 21, 2011 at the SCC High School Media Center. RCL motion carried 5-0. called the meeting to order at 6:57 am. Director
Fink, Ruby, Yetter city election..................68.00 Vice-President Mark Schleisman called the SC Approve Increased Allowable Growth members present included Vice-President
Iowa District Court The Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County First Communications, monthly service ....45.86 meeting to order at 7:04 p.m. Others present Funding from the SBRC for Increase Enrollment Mark Schleisman (via phone), Judy Hungate
Court Case #EQCV501526 met with the following members present: Jacobs, Four Oaks Family/Children Serv,.........1,446.15 included Larry Irwin, Alan Wedemeyer and and Open Enrollment Out Students (via phone), Larry Irwin, and Alan Wedemeyer.
Calhoun County Nicholson and Hoag, Sr. Freese, Marcella, Manson - election ......141.00 Judy Hungate. Jim Brown was absent with Hungate motioned, Irwin seconded, to Others present included Supt Jeff Kruse and
Special Execution Additions to the agenda: Jane Condon, review Frohling, Bernece, Lohrville city election ..92.00 regret. Others present included Superintendent approve the increased allowable growth funding Board Secretary Carol Collins.
annual report Gadbury, Joyce, Knierim - city election ..133.00 Jeff Kruse and several guests. Irwin motioned, from the SBRC for increased enrollment and
Irwin motioned, Wedemeyer seconded, to
Plaintiff: United Bank of Iowa, f/k/a It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Genesis Mental Health Assoc...................53.00 Wedemeyer seconded, to approve the agenda open enrollment out students. SC motion
approve the agenda as presented. Motion
American National Bank Nicholson to approve the agenda as amended. Gimer, Deb, mlg......................................465.00 as presented. Motion carried 4-0. carried 4-0.
VS Ayes all. Motion carried. Ginther, Julie, mlg .....................................48.00 RCL President Mike Sexton called the RCL Welander motioned, Assman seconded, to
Defendant (Judgment Debtor: Roy G. Gowrie Veterinary Service, control .........712.58 meeting to order at 7:04 p.m. Director members approve the increased allowable growth funding ACTION ITEMS
The minutes of the last meeting were read. Hungate motioned, Irwin seconded, to
Segebart & Sharon J. Segebart It was moved by Nicholson and seconded by Haden, Ron, meal-srvy conf/transfer .......16.48 present included Vice-President Roscoe from the SBRC for increased enrollment and
Hammen, Sue, mlg ................................. 111.00 Simpson, Brad Assman, Ron Maulsby, and open enrollment out students. RCL motion approve the list of bills as presented. Motion
Hoag, Sr. to approve the minutes. Ayes all.
As a result of the judgment rendered in Heath, Rosalie, Lohrville city election .......92.00 Kyle Welander. RCL Board Secretary Wendi carried 5-0. carried 5-0.
rem in the above referenced court case, an Heimdal, Noel, well closure ....................800.00 Geno was also present. Assman motioned, Approve 2012-13 At-Risk/Modified Allowable Supt Kruse reviewed the two proposals
It was moved by Nicholson and seconded by
execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff Hildreth, Becky, mlg ................................164.50 Simpson seconded, to approve the agenda as Growth to move the current water line supplying
Hoag, Sr. to review the claims 27528
of this county. The execution ordered the sale through 27732 and warrants 502029 through Hinote, Jana, mlg....................................595.00 presented. Motion carried 5-0. The RCL board gave their consent to levy the concession stand due to the addition.
of defendant(s) Real Estate to satisfy the 502043 and were allowed as endorsed. Ayes all. Hinton, Helen, special board city election 20.00 COMMUNICATIONS approximately $50,000 for At-Risk/Modified Following discussion, Schleisman motioned,
judgment. Motion carried. Howard Center Inc, supp employment ...906.08 PTO Report Allowable Growth. Irwin seconded, to approve the change order
The property to be sold is: Lot 3 in Block 12, A “Request Form for Recount of Votes Cast Hull, Kerrie, misc maint.............................46.69 Linda Nolte spoke on behalf of the now The SC board gave their consent to levy with Badding Constr to install the water line in
Original Town of Lake City, Calhoun County, for Office” was filed by Doug Filmer, Lake City Humana Health Care Plan,overpay ........499.65 combined South Central Calhoun PTO and the maximum dollar amount for the At-Risk/ the ceiling of the addition. Motion carried 5-0.
Iowa. for Lake City City Council. The Board directs the Hunzelman Putzier & Co., auditing......9,166.77 discussed how the PTO raises money through Modified Allowable Growth. With no further business to discuss, Hungate
The described property will be offered for County Auditor to conduct a recount. Hy-Vee Pharmacy, meds ........................215.18 box tops, milk caps, wagon wheels, membership Set Building Closing Hearing Dates - SC motioned, Wedemeyer seconded, to adjourn
sale at public auction for cash only as follows: It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by I.C.C.C., training .....................................200.00 fees, and book fairs. With the money collected ONLY the meeting. Motion carried 5-0. The meeting
Date of Sale: February 7, 2012 Nicholson to approve the Application for Family IA Drainage Dist Assoc, registration .........40.00 the PTO has been able to provide support to the Supt. Kruse will send the board possible adjourned at 7:01 am.
Time of Sale: 10:30 a.m. Farm Tax Credits using 2010 valuations for taxes IA Emergency Management Assn, due ..100.00 district in a variety of ways. dates for hearings to the SC board members.
Place of Sale: Calhoun County Sheriff’s payable 2012/2013. Ayes all. Motion carried. IMWCA, wrk comp ..............................7,731.00 School to Careers The board will set these dates at the December by Carol Collins, Board Secretary
Dept., Courthouse, Rockwell City It was moved by Hoag Sr. and seconded by Independent Stationers, office supplies..214.50 Mrs. Richardson and a few of her students board meeting.
This sale not subject to redemption. Nicholson to approve the “Agreement to Provide INTAB, election supplies...........................46.63 shared the different job shadowing that is Approve Education Job Funds One Time
Property exemption: Certain money or Iowa Co Attorneys Assn, registration ......270.00 offered through school careers. Currently Payment Plan-RCL ONLY Southern Cal Community School District
Professional Consulting Services between
property may be exempt. Contact your attorney Iowa Good Roads, dues ...........................95.00 there are 24 students taking advantage of this Simpson motioned, Maulsby seconded, List of Bills – November 30, 2011
MAXIMUS Consulting Services, Inc. and
promptly to review specific provisions of the law Calhoun County, Iowa” for $3,773.00 per year for Iowa Prison Industries, signs ...............1,827.40 program. The students will be putting on a to approve the one time payment plan of the Vendor, description ............................ amount
and file appropriate notice, if applicable. three fiscal years for cost allocation plan. This is Iowa State University, icea conf reg .......460.00 breakfast for the area businesses on December Educational Job Funds as presented. Motion GENERAL FUND
Judgment Amount: $127,546.60 the same cost as the previous three years. Ayes Jacobson, Delores,Farnhamville election .92.00 6 at 7:00 a.m. at the high school to thank them carried 3-0. Assman and Welander abstained Bauer Plbg & Heating, repairs .............$78.00
Costs: $4,203.98 all. Motion carried. Jacobson-Westergard, & Assoc Inc........ 211.35 for all their support and services. from vote. Board of Ed Examiners, license fee ....$65.00
Accruing Costs: Sheriff’s fee A call was received from Bob Cink, Secretary/ Jensen Builders Ltd, amb bldg ............4,319.65 Applause, Applause Approve Building Change Orders –S C ONLY Bomgaars, grounds supp ....................$21.89
Interest: 20.49 % a day from 11-8-11 Treasurer of Prairie Partners Resource Jensen, Marilyn, Farnhamville election .. 117.00 Principal Trachsel praised the vocal music There were no change orders to be approved Capital One, supp, texts, equip .........$601.98
Attorney: Thaddeus Cosgrove Conservation and Development concerning Jesse, Ruth E, Pomeroy - city election .....96.00 program for their fall performance on October at this time. Carroll Refuse, garbage ....................$250.00
Date: November 22, 2011 a reimbursement. Keith Roos, Conservation Joe’s Tire & Auto, maint ..........................204.97 27 and congratulated the three fall sports Approve Use of RCL Football Field by the Casey’s, instr supp ..............................$35.97
Sheriff William A. Davis Director was also present. After a discussion, Johnson, Frances E, Farnhamville election.. programs on their winning seasons. A special Iowa Eagles Central IA Dist, cust supp ...............$1,470.03
Calhoun County, Iowa it was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by 140.00 thanks to the Booster Club for the outstanding A representative from the Iowa Eagles City of LC, utilities ..............................$541.16
Jodi Frank, Civil Clerk Nicholson to reimburse $500.00 as requested Johnson, Marlene, Jolley - city election ....97.00 job they did with fall concessions and fund organization will be contacted to attend a City of Lohrville, utilities ..................... $711.30
to Resource Conservation and Development Jorgensen, Crystal, Lake City - election . 111.00 raising efforts. He also thanked all staff future board meeting to discuss use of the RCL
Collins, Carol, reimb postage env...$1,997.50
because of a check held by another county JRG Supply, animal protection .................89.50 for making the 1st quarter a great success. football field.
Coon Rapids-Bayard CSD, tuition ..$1,470.75
30, 07 Adv which created an overdraft. Reimbursement Jubilee Foods, program supplies..............12.41 Cheerleaders competed in a cheer contest and Approve SBRC Work-Out Plan for a Negative
DM Register, subscr ............................$42.00
will be out of the Conservation Trust which is Juilfs, Susan, boh mlg .............................12.00 finished 3rd out of 18 teams. Unspent Balance-SC ONLY
Junkman, Eileen J,Manson - election ..... 112.00 DeMoss stated that the 4th grade student Irwin motioned, Wedemeyer seconded, to Don’s Pest Control, pest control ..........$96.00
the fund where the $2,250 was deposited on Feld Equip, technical serv ...................$60.00
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING September 14, 2011. Ayes all. Motion carried. Jurries, Bill, election work .......................150.00 council completed its first rotation of the year approve the preliminary work-out plan to be
Kam Line Highway Markings, ..............2,989.26 and focused on student bullying. presented to the SBRC in December for SC’s Follett Library, library books...............$136.81
Bill Davis, Sheriff, met with the Board
On December 13, 2011 at 6:00 p.m., the Kevlin, Patricia, Lohrville city election.......92.00 Administrative Reports negative unspent balance in the 2010-2011 Glidden-Ralston CSD, tuition........$14,707.50
concerning a part time radio dispatcher due to
Lohrville City Council will conduct a public Kutz, Paul, mlg .........................................54.00 Principal Trachsel: Discussed attendance for school year with the request to go back in Gruhn Law Firm, legal serv ...............$727.78
a radio dispatcher retiring in January 2012. The
hearing at Lohrville Public Library, 609 2nd Larsen, Darlene, Knierim city election ......72.00 fall conferences at the high school and stated March with a more finalized plan. SC motion Ideas Unl Seminars, reg ....................$199.00
Board authorized Bill to advertise for a part-time
St., Lohrville, Iowa. The purpose of the public radio dispatcher. Lawson Products Inc, parts/stk.................46.52 maps test results are available for teachers to carried 4-0 IA Central CC, tuition ......................$3,767.60
hearing is to provide citizens with information Ron Haden, Engineer, and Steve Goins, Leadley, Lois, Manson - city election ......104.00 review data. PERSONNEL ITEMS IA Prison Ind, stop signs ......................$67.90
on the status of the City’s CDBG Housing Assistant to the Engineer, met with the Board to Lewis Computer Services Inc, data .....1,710.00 Principal McChesney: Praised Mrs. Wuebker Resignations Pepper Music, music ...........................$42.89
Rehabilitation Program and allow citizens to update them on Secondary Road projects. Lexis – Nexis, law library ........................108.00 (RCL 1st Grade Teacher) for receiving a National Wedemeyer motioned, Hungate seconded, Jaymar Business Forms, checks .......$162.94
provide comments on activities completed It was moved by Nicholson and seconded Lifeworks Comm. Services, wrkshp.....1,006.88 Board Recertification. She also discussed to accept the resignation from Mindy Kraft as JRG Vet Supp, softener salt .............. $119.80
to date. The following information will be by Hoag, Sr. to approve a pay raise to William Lincoln Mental Health, therapy-med mgt ..53.00 summer school options and went over map SC Elementary Associate as presented. SC Kasperbauer Cleaners, rags/mops ....$371.30
discussed at the public hearing: J. Musselman from Equipment Operator to Linn County Sheriff, servicing fee .............54.91 testing charts. motion carried 4-0. LC Hardware, grounds, cust supp .....$150.78
* A general description of accomplishments Mechanic from $18.50 to $18.87 an hour Ludwig, Charlotte, absentee-city election .12.00 Principal Martin: Discussed conference Contracts Mark’s Super Valu, supp, texts, equip$106.35
to date; retroactive to November 7, 2011. Ayes all. Mallard View Inc, cmi rcf......................5,059.20 attendance, grade level meetings, Veteran’s Hungate motioned, Wedemeyer seconded, Matheson-Linweld, welding supp ......$486.09
* A summary of expenditures to date Motion carried. Marxen, Leah, boh mlg ............................15.00 Day Assembly, a possible after school program, to approve the hiring of Samantha Gleason as Mid-America Publ, legals ...................$279.13
* A general description of remaining work; Wayne Dowling, Drainage Clerk, met with the Matt Parrott & Sons Co., supplies ..........841.47 and MS student council planning. an aide in the Lohrville elementary building for MidAmerican Energy, utilities .........$2,990.04
and Board concerning Drainage District #156 for a Mayer, Leisa, mlg ...................................165.50 Principal DeMoss: Discussed fall conference kindergarten at $10.15 per hour; Anna Quirk Midwest Computer, projector .............$468.65
* A general description of changes made to potential wetland project. After a discussion, the Mediacom, monthly service ......................73.46 attendance, maps testing results and SC as a one-on-one aide to replace at $7.25 per
Morrow’s Standard, fuel..................$7,302.36
the project budget, performance targets, activity Board authorized Wayne to check out who will Menards, supplies ....................................93.26 Elementary fundraiser. Mr. DeMoss also hour; Tanya Grummin as a bus driver for a HS
Mundt Franck Schumacher, legal ser $125.00
schedules, project scope, location, objectives, pay for all the expenses and to report back to Meth-Farrington, Tina, conference exp...514.41 shared his concerns with retaining aid positions student who is being transported to Fort Dodge
Metzger, Kelly, mlg ................................271.00 at the SC Elementary. at $26.75 per trip, and Robert Ingebritson as NAPA, trans, grounds supp ...............$182.68
or beneficiaries. the Board.
Meyer Electric, electricity .....................2,035.48 Superintendent Kruse shared each districts a shared guidance counselor for the Lohrville Niceswanger, Mabel, supp reimb ........$58.48
If you have any special needs pertaining to Jack Fischer, Twin Lakes, met with the
Midamerican Energy, elec srv/lc ..........2,641.93 anticipated unspent balance for the 2010-2011 elementary. SC motion carried 4-0. Nolte Cornman & Johnson, audit....$2,140.00
this meeting, please contact City Clerk, (712- Board concerning the purchase of land for
465-2595. Mohr, Tami L, mlg/boh exp .....................250.11 school year. He also shared with the board Assman motioned, Welander seconded, O’Halloran, repair parts .....................$183.61
approximately 20-25 lots. Also present was
Monahan, Eleanor, R.C. - city election .....90.00 that the employer portion of IPERS will have to approve a 26 day contract at 20% time in Paton-Churdan CSD, tuition ......... $11,766.00
Keith Roos, Conservation Director; Steve Goins,
PROBATE NOTICE Morrow, Deloris, Lake City - election ...... 115.00 a significant increase from 8.07% to 8.67% in the amount of $966.63 for Deb Ausborn as a Phone Store, repair .............................$90.00
Assistant to the Engineer; and Ron Haden,
Engineer. There was discussion as to utilities, Mosher, Melva, Rinard city election ..........76.00 fiscal year 2013. homebound teacher and Robert Ingebritson as Postedge, postage.............................$400.00
CONSTANCE S. KAVANAUGH a/k/a width of road and driveways. Myers, Kathryn Elaine, Lohrville elect ....125.00 DISCUSSION ITEMS a shared guidance counselor at the Lohrville Prairie Lakes AEA, report cards ..........$42.05
CONNIE S. KAVANAUGH Todd Partlow, representative of National Safety Compliance Inc, suppl ...128.40 Discuss Summer School Program elementary. RCL motion carried 5-0. Redenius Constr, keys.........................$48.00
Communications Workers of America for New Hope Village, mr pre voc .............5,932.74 Superintendent Kruse stated that RCL BOARD COMMUNICATIONS Richardson, Sara, mileage reimb ......$192.60
THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT the Secondary Road Union, presented their Office Depot, office supplies .....................36.35 funded a summer school program at the The SC board plans to hold a special board Rieman Music, music ........................$181.86
CALHOUN COUNTY proposal to the Board. Office Elements, supplies ....................2,098.70 elementary last year. Principals have discussed meeting Wednesday, November 30, at 7:00 Roto-Rooter, repairs ............................$85.00
IN THE ESTATE OF Jane Condon, Public Health Administrator, Omb’s Express Police Supply, uniforms ..64.95 the expansion of the programs to the MS and a.m. at the HS to approve board bills and on SCC Titan Athl Boosters, supp ............$17.64
met with the Board to review the annual report Page, Wolfberg & Wirth LLC, registration.99.00 SC elementary for next summer. December 12 at 7:15 a.m. at the HS to approve School Specialty, tables/instr supp ....$569.18
CONSTANCE S. KAVANAUGH a/k/a and to discuss the Calhoun County Public Health Parkside Flowers, supplies .......................46.01 Discuss RCL Elem and MS Building the application for Schumacher Elevator, maintenance .-$247.94
CONNIE S. KAVANAUGH fiscal trends from 2003-2012, as to revenues, Passow, Denise, mlg ..............................285.50 Remodeling Options At-risk/modified allowable growth. The RCL Seminole Energy, utilities ...............$2,386.56
expenditures and local tax. Peglar, Maura, therapy/med mgt ............126.00 Shive Hattery Architecture Firm presented board plans to hold a special board meeting on Shell Fleet, fuel ...............................$1,495.88
Deceased. It was moved Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Playpower Lt Farmington Inc, equip ..12,466.37 preliminary plans to the boards for the December 12 at 7:00 a.m. at the MS to approve Speak for Peace, Spanish tuition ......$300.00
Probate No. ESPR501609 Jacobs to adjourn until 9:00 am on Tuesday, Polk Co Treasurer, service autopsy ..........25.00 remodeling of the elementary and MS buildings the application for At-risk/modified allowable
Swanson Hardware, instr supp............$15.57
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF November 29, 2011, for their next regular Pro Cooperative, fuel ..............................174.78 in RC. The boards voiced their concerned on growth.
US Cellular, cell serv ...........................$72.87
APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND meeting. Ayes all. Motion carried. Psychiatry Lee & Assoc, therapy/med ...120.00 cost of these projects. Portables and a MS With no further business to discuss, Hungate
Quality Assured Services Inc, nbms .......145.00 configuration with less remodeling were also motioned, Wedemeyer seconded, to adjourn Wellmark BCBS, insurance ...............$278.25
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Quartermaster, uniforms ...........................72.24 discussed. the meeting at 10:58 p.m. SC motion carried TOTAL: .........................................$59,911.79
Scott Jacobs, Chairman MANAGEMENT FUND
To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Judy Howrey, Auditor Radig Od, Chris, sfety glasses ...............200.00 ACTION ITEMS 4-0
Constance S. Kavanaugh a/k/a Connie S. Riley, Barb, mlg ......................................155.00 Consent Agenda Assman motioned, Simpson seconded, to Mid-Iowa Ins, Work Comp/ins.........$1,837.00
Dean G. Hoag, Sr. Gary Nicholson
Kavanaugh, Deceased, who died on or about Rochester 100 Inc, office supplies..........765.09 Wedemeyer motioned, Hungate seconded, adjourn the meeting at 10:58 p.m. RCL motion TOTAL: ...........................................$1,837.00
October 25, 2011. 3 Winks Bakery,supplies...........................28.00 Rosalez Lock & Key, office supplies .........29.00 to approve the consent agenda as presented carried 5-0. SILO FUND
You are hereby notified that on the 30th day of Access Systems Leasing, office equip ... 119.80 Rost Motor Inc., parts ...............................14.00 with the removal of the SC board bills and Ames Environmental, asbestos audit $419.00
November, 2011. The Last Will and Testament Adams, Helen L, R. C. - city election ........94.00 Sage, Sandy, mlg ...................................324.50 Certified Testing Serv, ground testing ..$44.00
of Constance S. Kavanaugh a/k/a Connie S. Anderson, Kristy, mlg................................35.50 Schaffer, Helen, Lake City - election ......123.00 Heartland Tech, contr serv.................$172.50
Kavanaugh, deceased, bearing date of the Aramark Clinical Technology Se, labor .....37.50 Schmit, Joleen, mlg ................................278.50 Rockwell City-Lytton and Southern Cal October Prepaid Key Equip, copier lease .....................$642.42
16th day of December, 2010, was admitted to Aramark Uniform Services, shop sply/rc ..75.25 Schossow, Robert, mlg ...........................158.73 Community School Districts Operating Fund Lease Direct, copier lease .................$507.69
probate in the above named court and that John Barkhaus, Norma, Pomeroy- election.....133.00 Schossow, Shelly, mlg ............................503.50 Joint List of Bills – November 21, 2011 Board Of Educational .............................. 65.00 Piper Jaffray & Co, bond serv.......$15,000.00
H. Kavanaugh was appointed executor of the Barmasse, Kenneth, Rinard city election..92.00 Schroeder, Helen, Somers - election ......131.00 SCC TITAN ACTIVITY FUND Iowa Bandmasters Association, Dues ..... 50.00 Roto-Rooter, repair ............................$200.00
estate. Any action to set aside the will must Barmasse, Linda, Rinard city election ....129.00 Seavert, Nancy, mlg ...............................177.50 Laquinta Inn, Motel Room For Nurse .... 146.72 Schumacher Elevator, maintenance ..$371.91
ACT, PLAT tests ............................... $281.25
be brought in the district court of said county Bean, Daryl, fall schoo mlg/meal ..............31.79 Secure Shred Solutions Llc, shredding ..163.50 MidAmerican Energy Co, utilities........ 3,273.57 StruXture Architects, services.........$2,694.48
All IA Honor Dance, reg/supp ........... $564.00
within the later to occur of four months from Bennett, Crimmins, aug 2011 legal fees . 110.00 Sign Stitches And More, signs ................446.28 NCIBA, 11-12 Dues ................................. 20.00 TS Electric, electric pole repair .......$1,263.88
Souder, Michelle, Yetter city election ......108.00 Alta CSD, speech entry ...................... $50.00
the date of the second publication of this notice Bennett, Kathy, mlg/meals/school ..........257.01 Fund Total: .......................................... 3,555.29
Star Energy LLC, fuel ..........................3,566.92 ArWeVa CSD, VB entry ...................... $65.00 TOTAL: .........................................$21,315.88
or one month from the date of mailing of this Berryhill Center For Mental, therapy....1,000.25 Physical Plant & Equipment
notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees Stat Technologies Inc, msnb...................133.22 Audubon CSD, WR entry.................... $60.00 PPEL FUND
Black Hawk County Sheriff, trnsprt ..........20.10 School Bus Sales, New Bus ............. 74,473.00 School Bus Sales, bus..................$76,677.00
under the will whose identities are reasonably Sterling Solutions Inc, vims maint...........450.00 Bice, Jim, official ................................. $95.00
Black Hawk/Grundy, Mental Health Ctr, .132.00 Fund Total: ........................................ 74,473.00
ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Stewart Memorial Hosp., med supplies ..414.46 Blair, Dee, dance supp ..................... $278.32 TOTAL: .........................................$76,677.00
Bound Tree Medical LLC, supplies ......1,390.59 November Bills
Notice is further given that all persons Stone, Jan, Lake City - city election .........76.00 Branderhorst, Marlo, official................ $95.00 NUTRITION FUND
Brockman, Jennifer, Yetter city election ..102.00 Operating Fund AE Dairy, grocery............................$3,801.32
indebted to the estate are requested to make Buena Vista Stationery, office supplies ....40.75 Sukovaty, Linda, mlg ..............................201.50 Brooklyn Publ, speech supp ............. $136.50 Access Systems, Ink Cartridges .............816.98
immediate payment to the undersigned, and Swanson Hardware (Manson), supplies ...34.93 Cal Co Variety, cheer supp ................. $24.15 Farner-Bocken, grocery ..................$2,690.55
Calhoun Co Electric, electric ...............1,981.72 Business Systems Inc, Main Contract ...293.50
creditors having claims against the estate Swanson Hardware (Rc), equipment........37.94 Campbell, Pat, FFA supp .................... $55.00 Jones, Anita, aprons ............................$56.00
Calhoun Co Sheriff, sheriff fee ...............223.30 Calhoun County Auditor, Election .......... 756.74
shall file them with the clerk of the above Teague, Shelly, mlg ..................................33.50 Capital One, resale/lodging/supp ..... $914.76 Keck Inc, grocery ............................$1,196.19
Calhoun Co. Reminder, ad .......................31.50 . Carlson Auto Body & Repair Llc, repair 107.02
named district court, as provided by law, duly Telvent Dtn, misc maint ..........................148.50 Carlson, Mike, official ....................... $470.00 Martin Bros Dist, grocery ................$8,293.39
Calhoun County Auditor, dd13 trnsfr....5,203.68 Carroll Refuse Service, Trash l .............. 475.00
authenticated, for allowance, and unless so Cardmember Service, postage ............2,105.33 The Messenger, subscription..................172.20 Carson, Terry, official .......................... $95.00 Central Iowa Distributing, Inc, supplies . 497.75 Sara Lee Bakery, grocery ..................$937.17
filed by the later to occur of four months from Carroll Co Solid Waste, recyclables .........13.10 The Muffler Center Ltd, snow blade ....4,000.00 Casey’s, FFA supp.............................. $92.22 City Of Rockwell City, Water/Sewage .... 901.25 Welander, Kyle, refund ........................$42.00
the second publication of this notice or one Casey, Deb, Rockwell City - city election .94.00 The Richmond Center, therapy/med.......754.14 Central Springs CSD, WR entry ......... $75.00 Demco, Inc., Clips For Staff................... 104.00 TOTAL: .........................................$17,016.62
month from the date of mailing of this notice Centurylink, monthly service.....................13.58 Treasurer State Of Iowa, juv. home ...16,556.53 Cochrane, Nick, official ....................... $95.00 Des Moines Register, The, Subscription . 39.13 TOTAL ALL FUNDS:..................$176,758.29
(unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is Christensen, Kellie, oct 2011 mlg ...........176.00 Trinity Corporate Health, education ..........33.00 Collins, Shawn, official........................ $95.00 Draperies Plus, Carpet Runner ............. 243.60
thereafter forever barred. City Of Rockwell City, monthly service ...526.80 Trott, Florence, Somers - city election ......92.00 Decker Sporting, FB/BB/WR supp $1,231.12 EBSCO, Credit ...................................... 495.36 PROBATE NOTICE
Dated this 29th day of November, 2011 Collins, Carol, oct 2011 mlg ....................315.50 Trotter, Marvel, Somers - city election ....105.00 Ehler, Chris, official ............................. $95.00 Ericsson, Robert, Meals .......................... 14.00
Comstock, Dr James Charles,examiner .150.00 Twin Lakes Utilities, monthly service ...... 411.85 Fortune, Kathy, Mileage For October .... 105.00 DELMAR L. WIESE
Engelen, Doyle, official ....................... $95.00
John H. Kavanaugh Condon, Jane E, oct 2011 mlg ............... 114.00 U S Cellular, monthly service....................90.09 Golden Buckle Lumber, Stakes ............. 152.98
Fjerstad, Clayton, official .................. $390.00
110 Locust Street Consumer News, ad .................................75.00 Ukena, B . J., boh mtg ...............................7.00 Greg Larson Sports, Supplies ............... 144.19 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT
Visions, maint .........................................200.00 Fortune, Kathy, NHS supp .................. $15.00
Lohrville, IA 51453 Crossroads Counseling, therapy ............360.00 IA Communications Network, Services.. 144.90 CALHOUN COUNTY
Vogel, Annette, transport vet ...................36.50 Galva-Holstein CSD, WR entry .......... $80.00 IN THE ESTATE OF
Executor of Estate Cunningham, James, school mlg/meal.....63.79 Gorden, Brittanie, choreography ...... $250.00 IA Prison Industries, Parking Signs ....... 134.64
Cyberlinkusa, Inc, data processing.........649.00 Vogel, Kristin, mlg ...................................151.00 Interstate All Battery Center, Repair ...... 207.20
Joseph E. Halbur Vosberg Enterprises Inc, dd #82 ............389.01 Gotto, Charlie, official ....................... $190.00 DELMAR L. WIESE
Davis - Special, Wm., prisoner care .........20.37 Iowa Central Community College, ......3,203.20
621 N. Clark Street, P.O. Box 375 Wagner, Joan, mlg ..................................145.00 Graphic Edge, resale ..................... $4,773.68
Dept Of Human Services, case mgt ..90,976.06 Iowa Office Supply, Maint Contract .......189.86
Carroll, IA 51401 Webster Co Community Services, cntr.....45.00 ICCC Cheer, entry ............................ $165.00 Deceased.
Deyta Llc, contract labor ...........................90.00 Janitor’s Closet, Supplies ...................... 461.89
Attorney for Executor Diamond Vogel Paint Center, stain .........344.37 Welander, Marlene, home vist trans .......358.00 IFCA, dues.......................................... $35.00 Joe’s Tire & Auto, Tire Repair .................. 22.75 Probate No. ESPR501601
Diebold Inc, safe maint ...........................245.00 Welander, Vera, Pomeroy - city election...96.00 IHSAA, FB playoff tickets .............. $6,042.00 Jubilee Foods, Elp Snacks .................... 226.46 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF
Date of second publication, 14th day of Domestic/Sexual Assault Outrea, ........5,000.00 Wellmark Inc, cobra ................................543.22 Jacobs, Julia, NHS supp .................... $55.00 Kruse Computer Service, Service ........... 40.00 APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND
December, 2011. Doster, Carol, Knierim city election......... 118.00 West Des Moines Marriott, conf lodging .105.28 Jefferson-Scranton CSD, WR entry.... $75.00 Lunch Program, Elp Milk ......................... 67.55 NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
07, 14 adv Echo Plus Inc, cmi day habilitation ...........87.39 Western Iowa Tech Community Co ........198.45 Jostens, yearbook ......................... $3,007.20 Lytton Town Crier, Minutes ......................68.60
Eldridge, Bonnie, Jolley - city election ......97.00 Williams, Tammy, boh exp .......................38.97 LC Flowers, supp.............................. $166.00 Martin Bros. Distributing Co., Supplies .... 10.84 To All Persons Interested in the Estate of
Eldridge, Donald, Jolley - city election .... 114.00 Willow Heights, oct 2011 cmi rcf .......... 1,611.69 Lohrmeier, Randy, official ................... $95.00 Martin Hildreth Co. Inc, Winterize Field . 180.00 Delmar L. Wiese, Deceased, who died on or
Election Sytems & Software Inc, ......10,048.69 Windstream, monthly service .................785.61 Mark’s Super Valu, FFA supp ............. $55.65 MidAmerican Energy Co, Lytton Elec ...... 73.05 about October 1, 2011.
Ellis, Dean, desk rpr/manson....................85.00 GRAND TOTAL 232,971.01 NAPA, FFA supp ................................. $45.66 Miracle Recreation Equip., .................... 104.76 You are hereby notified that on the 17th day of
Elm Grove Truck & Trailer, tire disposal .208.20 Nat’l FFA Org, resale ........................ $722.00 Mundt, Franck & Schumacher .... , Legal 137.50 November, 2011, The Last Will and Testament
Newell-Fonda CSD, BSB entry........... $70.00 O’Halloran International, Repair Parts ... 123.21 of Delmar L. Wiese, deceased, bearing date
Online Dancewear, dance supp........ $248.77 Petty Cash – Hs, Postage ....................... 11.48 of the 3rd day of June, 2009, was admitted to
Prairie Lakes Area Education ................ 472.00 probate in the above named court and that
Paulson, Terry, official ......................... $95.00
Rick’s Computers L.C., Services ........... 160.00 Kimalyn Keleher was appointed executor of
Pepsi, vending .................................. $857.08
Rieman Music, Resale For Ms Band ....... 94.79 the estate. Any action to set aside the will must
Ranninger, Alex, official ...................... $95.00
School Specialty Inc, Supplies ........... 1,402.30 be brought in the district court of said county
Ranninger, Gaylin, official ................... $95.00 within the later to occur of four months from
Ranninger, Jake, official ..................... $95.00 Smith Filter Corporation, Filters ............. 159.44
Star Energy, Fuel ................................ 6,677.07 the date of the second publication of this notice
Reinke, Dale, official ........................... $95.00 or one month from the date of mailing of this
Swanson Hardware, Supplies ............... 279.19
Sadler, Todd, official ........................... $95.00 notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees
Trinity Corporate Health, Drug Test ......... 30.00
SC Act Fund, homecoming/cheer sup $40.30 under the will whose identities are reasonably
US Games, Supp For Elem ................... 499.26
SC General Fund, FB supp .................. $2.80 Van Meter, Repair & Maint..................... 396.46 ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred.
Hwy 71 & 175 Slater, Brian, official .......................... $190.00 Weiss Plumbing & Heating, Service ...... 143.04 Notice is further given that all persons
(712) 688-7722 SMCH, FB/athl equip ........................ $281.53 West Music, Supplies For Elem Band ..... 44.45 indebted to the estate are requested to make
Stadtlander, Todd, official ................... $95.00 Westone Laboratories, Inc, Repair .......... 99.60 immediate payment to the undersigned, and
Jefferson, Ia Stage Accents, jazz choir supp........... $97.00 Wildwood Lodge, Iasbo Academy Stay . 105.28 creditors having claims against the estate
606 Hwy 30 East Stars Dancewear, dance supp.......... $573.95 Winstream, Phone ................................. 160.66 shall file them with the clerk of the above
Subway, FFA/MS supp ..................... $277.30 Fund Total: ........................................ 21,277.93 named district court, as provided by law, duly
Thompson, Sean, official .................. $100.00 Capital Projects authenticated, for allowance, and unless so
Lake City Ia Thompson, Tommy, official ............... $100.00 Draperies Plus, Flooring ........................ 873.50 filed by the later to occur of four months from
711 East Main St PLU 9222 Trophies Plus, awards ................... $2,626.92 Fund Total: ............................................. 873.50 the second publication of this notice or one
PLU 9214 month from the date of mailing of this notice
(712) 464-3617 Vogel, Sherry, FCCLA supp ................ $47.56 School Nutrition Fund
(unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is
Anderson Erickson Dairy Co., Milk ..... 2,454.51
WalMart, FFA supp ............................. $98.16
Wiebers, Rollie, official ..................... $190.00 Bytespeed Computers, Computers .... 1,178.00 thereafter forever barred.
CDW-G Government, Inc, Screens ....... 265.97 Dated this 17th day of November, 2011
1004 Iowa St. Wiener, Arnie, official .......................... $70.00
(712) 423-3265 TOTAL: ........................................ $27,660.88 Interstate Brands Corp. Bread Products 387.48
Jubilee Foods, Food ................................ 34.59 Kimalyn Keleher
Keck, Inc., Commodities At Ms ........... 1,143.69 805 Central Avenue #205
Kutz, Paul, Sharpening Of Knives ........... 50.00 Fort Dodge, IA 50501
200 E 1st St.
(712) 885-3356 Martin Bros. Distributing Co., Suppl ... 7,842.79 Executor of Estate
Fund Total: ........................................ 13,357.03
Monty L. Fisher
805 Central Avenue, Ste. 205
Fort Dodge, IA 50501
PLU 9200 Attorney for Executor
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Food Famil and.
Str ryi Meeting
RCL Board of
Judgments: LF Noll Inc. vs. Bk. 1, Adam’s 1 Addn. Lake City.
Weston, NE1/4 NW1/4 3.03 Acre Ana Olsthoorn ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) is Composition Manger for The Leader, a division of
Chad Dale and Tanya Sue Stickrod, Rev. $127.20. Tract Section 02-87-31. Mid America Publishing. She lives with her husband Harley and their son Ivan in Garner, Iowa.
judgment for plaintiff for $513.88 Bradley J. Weston, Melissa M. Mortgage Electronic Registration SCC MS Conference Room @
Stir-fries are healthy, simple and This is art, not science! So feel your way Rockwell City
+ 2.11% interest from 11-9-11 and Weston to John D. Weston, NE1/4 Systems Inc., MERS to Mark quick to make. They go well over rice, through and go with your gut.
$85.00 Court Cost. NW1/4 3.03 Acre Tract Section 02- Onnen, E 70’ of S 00’ Lot 2, Bk. 24, Monday, December 12, 2011
Magistrate Judgments: State 87-31. No Rev. 7th Addn. Manson.
potatoes, pasta or served along side a If it doesn’t work, your out maybe 7:00 a.m.
crusty bread or rolls. With countless in- 15 minutes of time and a handfull of
of Iowa vs. David John Biesmier, Quit Claim Deed: Steven D. United Surety Agents Inc., Far gredient combination possibilities, you veggies. And, as any good cook will tell RCL SPECIAL BOARD
Operate Vehicle While Intoxicated Gutshall, Pamela Sue Gutshall to West Insurance Co. to Emily are limited only by your own imagina- you, taste as you go. You can’t season MEETING AGENDA
(OWI) 2nd Offense, 2 years’ Tyson Steven Gutshall, NW1/4 Earwood, S1/2 NE1/4 S 19.14 Acre tion! properly if you don’t know what the
probation, 7 days jail, 1 year 11 NW1/4 2.23 Acre Tract Section 23- Tract Section 18-86-32. Contents dish tastes like, and you can’t embellish 1.0 Call Special Board
months 23 days suspended prison, 86-31. Financing Statement: Scott Any combination of vegetables can with herbs and spice properly if you’re Meeting to Order
$1850.00 fine, $647.50 surcharge, Mortgage: Louis B. Winkelbauer, Pitstick, Carla Pitstick to First be brought together for a satisfying not paying attention to how they all 2.0 Approve Special Board
$100.00 court cost, $360.00 jail fee Selma I. Winkelbauer to Heartland Community Bank, NE1/4 SE1/4 meal. You can also add in meats, fruits play together. Meeting Agenda
and attorney fees. Bank, NE1/4 Section 24-88-31. Parcel A Section 14-89-34. and nuts! While .Q, Cooking 3.0 Action/Discussion Items
State of Iowa vs. Charles Dennis L. Ramthun, Linda E. Affidavit: Gwen R. Ewing to nothing quite beats You don’t need a 3.1 Approve Modified
Lee Harris III, Possession of a Ramthun to Union State Bank, Marie E. Calmer, Gwen R. Ewing, fresh, regional pro- This country isn’t a melting pot. fancy wok to stir- Allowable Growth for Drop-Out
Controlled Substance, 2 days SW1/4 NEFRL1/4 Lot A 2.45 Acre Gail J. Calmer, E1/2 NE1/4 Section duce, there are also Think of this country as a stir fry. Any heavy frying Prevention
jail, 1 year probation with the Tract Section 02-88-32 and SE1/4 23-89-31 and E1/2 NW1/4 Section any number of re- 3.2 Approve Resolution of
fry. That’s what this country pan will do. I’ve even Intent to Amend WGS Contract
Calhoun County Sheriff, 5 months NEFRL1/4 .91 Acre Tract Section 23-89-31 and SW1/4 NW1/4 Lot A ally good vegetable turned out tasty stir-
28 days suspended jail, $315.00 02-88-32. .26 Acre Tract Section 23-89-31. blends in your gro-
should be. A place where people fry from a cast iron with SC
fine, $110.25 surcharge, $10.00 CR Solutions LLC to First Paul C. Johnson to Curtis L. cer’s freezer. Some are appreciated for who they are. dutch oven. The key 3.3 Set Hearing Date for
Modification of WGS Contract
D.A.R.E. surcharge, $125.00 Law American Bank, Lot 1, W 4’ Lot 2, Johnson Estate, Lot 5, S1/2 Lot 4, are offered specifical- –Jane Elliott is that it needs to be
4.0 Adjourn Meeting
Enforcement Initiative surcharge, Bk. 1, Adam’s 1st Addn. Lake City. Bk. 45, 7th Addn. Pomeroy. ly for stir frying, but .Q, nice and heavy, and
$100.00 court cost, $110.00 jail fee, Jason L. Stamp, Leslie A. Stamp to Charles E. Souder to Marjorie don’t feel you have that it needs to be
$30.00 attorney fees. Wells Fargo Bank, Lots 8, 9, Bk. 2, L. Souder, Ralph D. Souder, S1/2 to stick with those. I’ve made terrific nice and hot. You can’t simmer your Special Board Meeting
State of Iowa vs. Joshua Dean Brower’s 3rd Addn. Rockwell City. NFRL1/2 NWFRL1/4 Except E stir fries from winter blend (broccoli, way to a stir fry...it says ‘fry’ for a rea- SC Board of Education
Erritt, Violation-Financial Liability Mark Onnen to Citibank NA, 537.6’ Section 01-87-34. cauliflour, carrots), Prince Edward mix son. Three tips: SCC HS Library @ Lake City
Coverage, Fine $397.50. Mortgage Electronic Registration Easement: CR Solutions, Chad (green and wax beans and carrots), Ital- 1. Have everything ready. Veggies Monday, December 12, 2011
State of Iowa vs. Daniel Alan Systems Inc. MERS, E 70’ of S 100’ Lambert to TJC Inc., Colin F. Macke, ian mix (green beans, peas, corn, lima prepped and chopped, herbs and spices 7:15 a.m.
Fogarty, Fail to Carry Registration Lot 2, Bk. 24, 7th Addn. Manson. Lot 1, W 4’ Lot 2, Bk. 1, Adam’s 1st beans). readily accessible. Bottles with the caps
Card, Fine $87.00. Thomas O. Pritchard, Kimberly Addn. Lake City and Lot 3, 4, Lot Zucchini stir Fry already off. Make sure you are able to SC SPECIAL BOARD MEETING
State of Iowa vs. Daniel Alan S. Pritchard to Fort Dodge Family 2 Except W 4’, Bk. 1, Adam’s 1st One of my favorite combination is reach for the ingredient, not the pack- AGENDA
Fogarty, Failure to Comply with Credit Union, NW1/4 NW1/4 2.19 Addn. Lake City. onion, mushrooms, zucchini and yel- age the ingredient is in.
Safety Reg. Rules, Fine $127.50. Acre Tract 272’ x 350’ Tract Section Plat of Survey: Jeffrey M. low and orange bell peppers. Cut ev- 2. If it goes too fast, just take the pan 1.0 Call Special Board
State of Iowa vs. Kendra Elanie 25-86-31. Krueger, Surveyor to Ronald erything in nice big pieces, not only is off the heat. Move it to the next burn- Meeting to Order
it delicious but makes for a very pretty er, or if you have a gas stove, turn the 2.0 Approve Special Board
Kinney, Fail to Maintain Safety Delores J. Ford, Jamie R. Stone to Ramthun, Charlene Ramthun,
plate. Once the veggies are fairly soft, flame down or off. Keep stirring and Meeting Agenda
Belts, Fine $127.50. United Bank of Iowa, SW1/4 NE1/4 Robert Lowry, SE1/4 Parcel A of 3.0 Action/Discussion Items
State of Iowa vs. Stephanie Sue Tract Section 07-86-33 and SW1/4 Parcel 3, 14.98 Acre Tract, Section all they really require is a little salt nothing will burn.
and pepper. You could add in some 3. Use good oil. Often times peanut 3.1 Approve Modified
Corey-Patterson, Registration NE1/4 16 x 2 Rods Except E 58’ & 13-88-32 and SE1/4 Parcel B of Allowable Growth for Drop-Out
Violation, Fine $87.00. W 60’ Tract Section 07-86-33 and Parcel 3, 32.68 Acre Tract Section fresh dill, chives, parsley or cilantro. oil is recommended, but I’ve had good
Chopped fresh tomato at the end success with canola, vegetable and olive Prevention
State of Iowa vs. Wesley Allen SW1/4 NE1/4 Outlot 6 Except 2 13-88-32 and SE1/4 Parcel C of 3.2 Approve Resolution of
works well too. This goes wonderfully oils. Once the oil is in the pan you can
Patterson, Failure to Comply with Tracts Section 07-86-33. Parcel 3, 15.84 Acre Tract Section Intent to Amend WGS Agreement
alongside just about anything. even add a little butter for flavor, but
Safety Reg. Rules, Fine $127.50. Mortgage Subordination: Mark 13-88-32. with RCL
seasonings don’t cook with just butter, it will burn.
Speeding: Fine $114.00-David E. Onnen, First Federal Savings John P. Lennon, Surveyor to Steven 3.3 Set Hearing Dates for
Don’t let yourself get trapped into Beef & Peppers Modification of WGS Contract
A. Dawson, Rockwell City; John L. Bank of Iowa to Citibank NA, E 70’ D. Gutshall, Pamela Sue Gutshall, thinking stir-fries have to be Oriental Stir-fry sliced onion and bell pep-
Kettler, Spring Hill, KS; Steven A. of S 100’ Lot 2, Bk. 24, 7th Addn. NW1/4 NW1/4 Parcel A 2.23 Acre 3.4 Set Hearing Dates for
Christiansen, Dunlap; Fine $119.00- Manson. Tract Section 23-86-31 and NW1/4
tasting. In fact, this is a terrific oppo- pers (any color). When the onions are Consideration to Close the Lohrville
Jo Ellen Brodie, Yuma, AZ; Rodney Mortgage Release: PNC Bank, NW1/4 Parcel B 1.21 Acre Tract
tunity to experiment with different starting to soften ad strips of beef, (raw Elementary Building
Dale Lange; Fine $141.00-Kimberly National City Bank to Barry D. 141’ x 373’ Section 23-86-31.
herbs and spices. You know all those or cooked leftovers) and heat through. 4.0 Adjourn Meeting
jars in your cupboard, that you’re not Add in powdered or fresh ginger, a
Kay Mammen, Emmetsburg; LeFlore, Carole G. LeFlore, SW1/4 Marriage Certificate: Tanya so sure about, like tumeric, paparika, splash of white or rice vinegar, soy
Fine $168.00-Dale Ray Church, 430’ x 405’ Tract Section 16-87-33 Denise Cue, Manson to Terry Lee and cardamom? This is what those are sauce and a good scoop of plum jelly.
Bellevue, NE; Larry Raymond and SW1/4 50’ x 405’ Tract Section Lund, Conroe, TX. for. Take a pinch and rub it between Bring sauce to bubble and it will thick-
Vanwyk, Searsboro; Alan Dean 16-87-33. Stephanie Marie Avon, Manson to your fingers to get an idea of how it en. If you want a thicker sauce, make a
Meyers, Adel; Fine $242.25-George Heartland Bank to Bradley Joe Gabriel Ronald Jones, Manson. smells and go from there. In most cases slurry with cold water and cornstarch
Michael Nelson, Cedar Falls. Weston, NE1/4 NW1/4 3.03 Acre if the odors go well, the flavors will too. then stir in and bring to bubble.
Warranty Deed: TJCL Inc. to CR Tract Section 02-87-31.
Solutions LLC, Lot 1, W 4’ Lot 2, Heartland Bank to Bradley Joe
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6 The Graphic-Advocate GA Salutes WWII Vets December 7, 2011
WWII evokes vivid memories The Barkley family sacrificed for their country
By Ken Ross equipment generally transported
By Ken Ross Graphic-Advocate Editor by LSTs, LST 1065 had been used
Graphic Advocate Editor Harold Barkley, who joined the to transport projectiles, powder
When Gerald Dial arrived in Italy Navy in 1944 at the age of 17, came bags and rockets for warships.
in 1943 as a tail gunner in the Army from a family who gave much to Preparations for the invasion of
Air Corps, it was a tough time for
their country. Japan were under way.
B-17 (Flying Fortress) crews.
He grew up on a farm in the The ship docked on the other side
Flying over the mountains in
Gowrie area, the son of Fred and of the island where Pearl Harbor
hazardous weather conditions
presented dangers even before the Minnie Barkley. Among the hardest was located and then headed to the
bombers arrived at targets in Austria sacrifices Harold Barkley’s parents Philippines.
and Germany. Then the bombers were ever asked to make was signing The planned invasion of Japan
would face German fighters and the consent for their 17-year-old never took place since the Japanese
anti-aircraft flak. second son to join the service surrendered after atom bombs were
The B-17 guns were the only just months after their oldest son, dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
defense against enemy fighters Thomas, died in action over Italy as The LST was used to ferry
since targets were out of range of a gunner in the Army Air Corps. Harold Barkley occupation troops from the
the P-51 American fighters. That “Looking back on it now, it must Philippines to Japan before Barkley
changed when drop tanks were used have been terribly hard for my glorify LSTs with names other than was discharged.
to increased the range of fighters. mother to sign the papers to let me numerical designations such as LST Despite the sacrifice, Barkley
Finally, fighters could escort the go into the service after my brother 1065. believes his time in the Navy was
bombers all the way to the target died. She aged tremendously over It was designed to ride high after worthwhile.
and back, significantly reducing the those years. It took a toll on both of the ballast was released and to get “I’m glad that I was able to be a
biggest danger of the missions. my parents,” Barkley said. close to shore in fairly shallow water. veteran. It made a better man out of
For Dial and the other members of His father knew what wartime A ramp would lower and mechanized me and I’m proud to have served,”
the B-17 crew, the fact that the P-51s military service was like, having equipment could be offloaded from a Barkley said.
were piloted by “Tuskegee Boys,” a been in the field artillery during bow deck and another ramp could be A month after he returned to
group of black pilots from Alabama, WW I from 1917-19. That could lowered to offload equipment from Iowa, Barkley married his high
made no difference, but such things Gerald and Alice Ann Dial
have influenced the decision to sign the top deck. school sweetheart, Darlene Barnum,
did matter to many in segregated
Wisconsin, North Carolina, New sent to the Pacific where the war papers to allow a 17-year-old to join It was not designed to ride who had been one year behind
America of the 1940s.
York, Texas and California. against Japan was still going on. the Navy. comfortably and Barkley spent a him at Gowrie High School. They
After the war, during a visit to his
The pilot interrupted his college The Dials were in Texas when “I would have been drafted when I couple weeks being seasick. He celebrated their 65th wedding
brother in Corpus Christi, Texas,
a neighbor of his brother hosted a for military service. He eventually atom bombs were used on Japan and was 18 anyway and I didn’t want to lost about 15 pounds but didn’t anniversary this year.
dinner party for the Dials. became an electrical engineer. the war ended. be in the Army,” Barkley said. go to sickbay with his problem. Barkley got a job as a mechanic
“I told them what I told everyone, “I had the good fortune to fly with They returned to Iowa where they Barkley’s brother was not the Ironically, he was permanently cured at International Farm Implement in
‘I wouldn’t have been here if it a no-nonsense pilot,” Dial said. farmed and raised a family of seven only family member lost in WW of seasickness by being in a typhoon Gowrie and then left that job to farm
wasn’t for them colored boys.’ I Another fortunate circumstance children, six boys and a girl. They II, a cousin who was just four days that created massive troughs in from 1949 to 1992. They now live
didn’t think that southern boy was was that his flight training before have 14 grandchildren and 14 great- younger than Barkley, the son of which battleships could disappear at Sunnyview Independent Living in
going to let me have ice cream. They going overseas was in Sioux City grandchildren. his mother’s twin sister, was killed from view. The LST flexed in the Rockwell City.
didn’t like the colored people in the so he could visit his future wife, One son was a captain in the field during the invasion of France. storm more than water pipes and They have three children, a
south,” Dial said. Alice Ann Runquist. They planned artillery and died in a helicopter Thomas Barkley had been the steam pipes could. Many pipes daughter and two sons.
Even with fighter escort, many to marry when Dial returned from crash in 1988. Another son retired as oldest of the four children, with a broke. Their daughter, Linda, is a
bombers were lost to enemy action. overseas. a brigadier general. sister, Neva, the second and Harold “I never got seasick again after registered nurse living in Carlisle
The crew Dial was with was Alice Ann’s father gave his future Two of their grandchildren are the third. The fourth sibling, Lyle, that,” Barkley said. with her husband, Robert Benton,
fortunate in not receiving a direct son-in-law a notebook and advised West Point graduates. Both flew was quite a bit younger than the Besides the danger from typhoons, who is an attorney. Linda’s had
hit by anti-aircraft flak, but nearby him to take it with him on missions helicopters during the taking of others and served in the Korean War there was the potential for attack by two sons by her first husband who
explosions resulted in holes that to write down details, something Baghdad and each spent three tours between 1951 and 1953. He returned Japanese submarines in the Pacific. died. Chad Jennings is a minister in
were simply patched before the next Dial would not have thought about of duty in Iraq. safely. All hands went to battle stations Marion, Iowa, who is married and
mission. None of the crew members doing on his own. Another crew “They’re back and hopefully Because of his mechanical aptitude, at dawn and dusk, the time of day has two children. Tyson Jennings
were killed or injured. member further documented that they’ll stay here now,” Alice Ann
Harold Barkley was assigned to a that presented maximum danger of lives in the Washington, D.C. area.
“I read where the current Pope crew’s missions with a camera. said.
ship’s engine room, keeping check an attack because the ship could be The Barkley’s two sons, Jim and
was drafted into the German Army “Paul was a camera nut and took a Gerald and Alice Ann still live on
on temperatures and pressures on the clearly seen from a periscope yet the Terry, both live in Bella Vista, Ark.
when he was 16 and assigned to an lot of photos,” Dial said. the farm a few miles northwest of
Some of the photos have been seen Lake City. This is the first year that LST (Landing Ship Tank) 1065. The periscope was unlikely to be spotted. Before Jim retired, he taught and
anti-aircraft unit. I tell my Catholic
in historical accounts of the war. Gerald has not driven a tractor or ship was newly commissioned when When LST 1065 arrived at Pearl later sold real estate and insurance.
friends that your Pope was shooting
One photo in particular taken from combine. he was assigned to it for its voyage Harbor, the devastation still visible Terry is an over-the road truck driver
at me,” Dial said.
The hostile environment they the plane showed other B-17s in He has gotten together a few from the East Coast where it was from the attack in 1941 had a deep and has two daughters.
were in at high altitudes presented formation in a flak-filled sky. It has times with his crew members to built, through the Panama Canal to emotional impact on Barkley and His daughter, Jennifer, lives with
both discomforts and dangers. They been used numerous times, including relive old times, the first reunion the South Pacific. His battle station other members of the crew. They husband Bill White in Colorado
depended on electric heated suits in in the book “B-17 Fortress at War” was in California 40 years after was up top as an anti-aircraft gunner. didn’t view the wreckage long Springs, Colo.
the minus 50 degree temperatures by Roger Freeman. Dial wrote they last flew together. They liked The LST was about 300 feet long because they were not allowed to Terry’s daughter, Amy, lives with
and they had to have oxygen masks material used by the book’s author it so much they have gotten back and 58 feet wide with a flat bottom. dock when it was learned what kind her husband Justin Rastetter and son
to breath. There was also a more and was credited for the material. together repeatedly, once in Iowa, There were 112 enlisted men of cargo was on board. Mason in Rockwell City.
mundane concern. The notes that Dial wrote were once in Florida and once in the upper and 20 officers. The Navy didn’t Rather than the mechanized
Brown’s service took unexpected turn
“A gunner sat with legs doubled more detailed than anything he peninsula of Michigan.
back behind. It was cramped but could send to his family or to Alice There are memories of the war
you just rode it out. I wonder to Ann. The letters were censored to that still bother Dial. Coming back
this day, how did I go six to eight avoid conveying secret information. from Europe in a ship, he was
By Ken Ross terminology.
hours without a bathroom break? “It was a bad time for the ones with injured Japanese American
They had three daughters Cindy,
left behind. You didn’t get letters soldiers being transported home.
Of course, we didn’t drink much
except maybe every three or four Japanese Americans formed the Bob Brown served vital support Margaret (Peggy) and Barbara. The
water before a mission or the night
weeks,” Alice Ann said. “You didn’t 442nd regiment, which experienced roles in the U.S. Army during WW oldest, Cindy, is now deceased.
before,” Dial said.
communicate like you do today.” a high rate of casualties while many II, but his original objective wasn’t Besides career and family, another
The crews often weren’t any more
comfortable on the ground, living in For those with loved ones overseas, of their relatives in the U.S. were in possible because of an unexpected big part of Brown’s life has been
tents with unreliable heaters during there wasn’t any way to know internment camps. development. music. He has played trumpet
historically cold winters for the whether their husband, sweetheart or “We didn’t treat those people In a way, his objective of becoming commercially in various size bands.
European continent. son was alive or dead, nothing to do right,” Dial said. a pilot was one world war too late. He has also been a member of
“When you live with 11 other guys but wait. Dial also sometimes thinks of the “Before I graduated from high American Legions in various parts
for well over a year, you learn the Dial returned on leave after the millions of women and children who school I wanted to get into the Army of the country, playing at military
good points and the bad points. I was war in Europe was over and they died as a result of bombs dropped in Air Corps and wanted to be a pilot,” funerals and veteran functions.
on a really good crew,” Dial said. got married, but Alice Ann was still Germany. said the Albany, N.Y. native who “He never made a living playing
“I was the only farm kid we had, worried about the future. Dial was “The Germans built their industries now lives in Lake City with his wife, trumpet but he played everywhere
quite a mix,” He added. Crew transferred to a base in Texas for in populated areas. They gave us no Joan. he went,” Joan said. “His career was
members came from Michigan, further training. He expected to be choice,” Dial said. Brown left high school in Albany his career. He went every day and he
LC resident among the first WACs
to enlist in the Army, delaying liked it but boy he loved his music.”
graduation until returning in 1945 Brown doesn’t play commercially
when he and other veterans were WW II but, he feels that service anymore but will be participating in
able to finish school in a special in the Army instilled a sense of a Christmas performance at the local
By Ken Ross “If I was smart I would have stayed accelerated program. nursing home.
responsibility that has served him
Graphic-Advocate Editor in and retired with a pension, but I Brown had basic training at Penn “I can play all night. Just give me
throughout his life.
For Dorothy Tigges (now Dorothy probably wouldn’t have had a family State where his musical talent as the name of the tune and the key,”
Joan grew up in the town of
Miller), joining the Army during so I’m sure things turned out the way a trumpet player was put to use. Brown said.
Canajoharie N.Y., a town of about
WW II was an opportunity not they were supposed to,” Miller said. He served as the bugler, sounding What brought them to Iowa after
3,000 people. She went to Albany
only to serve her country, but also Her first husband was Francis the various calls that mark the retirement was family. One of their
for nursing training and met Bob
to see the world far beyond rural Newland, a farmer from the Dunlap, progression of the day at a military grandsons, a son of their second
there. She is a retired RN, “very
Minnesota where she grew up, the who she met in the service. They post. daughter, Peggy Galletley, moved
retired” she jokes.
oldest of seven children on a farm in married after they returned to the He went to Florida for further to Lake City for a job and then the
After his military service, Brown
the Wadena area. states. training and then to California parents and a sibling also moved to
went to business college for two
“If I hadn’t joined the service I’d Besides farming, Newland also where he qualified as a pilot in a Lake City. Bob and Joan decided to
years on the G.I. Bill and went to
probably have stayed in Minnesota drove a truck. He was killed by a WW I vintage biplane with an open make one more move and bought a
work as an insurance adjuster.
my whole life,” Miller said. “I’d do Dorothy Miller drunk driver, leaving behind a wife cockpit. house in Lake City.
As a result of Brown’s career
the same thing over again.” and four sons still in school. He then went to Florida for training The oldest daughter had died of
requirements the couple lived
Miller, a 93-year-old resident “Manila Bay was full of shot down “It was terrible that he had to get in the kind of plane he’d need to fly cancer at the age of 50, just after the
in various parts of the United
of Lake City, was among the first ships and planes, what the Japanese killed by a drunken driver when he in combat with a closed cockpit. youngest of her four children turned
States, primarily in California
WACs, Women’s Army Corps, had done to us. I’ll always see that,” was only 50. It wasn’t fair,” Miller About a quarter of the way through 18.
locations during the later years
established during WW II. Miller said. said. that training, it became painfully Their youngest daughter, Barbara
of Brown’s career. He became
“For the first six months, it was the She did a variety of tasks in the Adding to the tragedy, two obvious to Brown that he would Cowell, has two children. The two
highly knowledgeable in the area
Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps, but Army, mostly working for the post 11-year-old boys, a son of the drunk not be able to pilot a closed cockpit grandchildren in Iowa are married
of Worker’s Compensation claims.
then the Army finally accepted us,” office. driver and a neighbor, also died in airplane. He had a claustrophobic and the Browns have four great
He taught classes in the subject and
Miller said. “It seemed like a pretty normal the accident. reaction to the closed cockpit and, grandchildren, all in Iowa.
created an industry standard manual,
She and her fellow WACs entered life,” Miller said. “The Philippine “The drunk driver didn’t even get in fact, has always been prone to car Bob Brown gets out some but Joan
“How to handle your workman’s
the Army at Fort Des Moines. From people were really nice.” hurt,” Miller said. sickness because of this problem. only occasionally accompanies him.
there they went to Fort Riley, Kans. She formed many strong Despite losing a father, Miller His pilot’s training was put to “I go along with him just to prove
This specialty even drew Joan in.
and then to Fort Sheridan, Ill. The friendships with her fellow WACs believes her sons have done well. good use though. He became an air he has a wife,” she said. “I don’t
She had worked as an R.N. wherever
WACs rode a troop train to San and now regrets that she never got “I don’t know how I got it base tower operator at an air base in want any other ladies coming over
they went but during a period before
Francisco where they shipped out to back together with any of them. She accomplished,” she said. She has six Delaware and then New Jersey. here with casseroles thinking he’s
finding work after a move, she
Australia and then to the Philippines. has lost touch with all of them. grandchildren. Brown never became a military single.”
went to work with her husband as a
The wreckage from the Japanese Although she enjoyed her service, “It’s been a full life,” she pilot nor went overseas during clerical supervisor, teaching medical
invasion was still visible in Manila she was anxious to get back to concluded.
Bay when she arrived. civilian life when the war ended.
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ADAZA SUNNYVIEW OBITUARIES
Our most sincere sympathy to Milford. Thanksgiving was a good day to Janis & Mike Lindstrom of Spencer,
Lorinda Tasler’s family. She died Duane and Jane Beschorner count our blessings. Residents and Iowa, and Marlys & Mick Fisher of Kenneth K. Sherer
Wednesday Nov. 23 at the Paula J. had their family Thanksgiving guests enjoyed a delicious meal here Red Oak, Iowa visited their parents, Kenneth K. Sherer, 99, of Glidden,
Baber Hospice Home in Ft. Dodge on Sunday. The guests were Nick at Sunnyview, turkey with all the Earl & Pauline Walters on Monday died unexpectedly on Thursday,
at the age of 80. She and her late and Jenny Beschorner, Grant and trimmings. Thank you to the kitchen and Tuesday of last week. Pauline December 1, 2011 at St. Anthony
husband, Don, lived near Adaza from Gracie of Yarmouth, Joe and Beth staff! So, after your meal, did you appreciated that they decorated their Regional Hospital in Carroll.
the time of their marriage in 1949 Beschorner, Olivia, Shea, Piper spend the rest of the day watching suite for Christmas; and put away the Funeral services were held at 10:30
until moving to Churdan in the 90’s. and Mack of Indianola. Saturday football on television? Or putting fall decor for another year. Before a.m. on Monday, December 5, at the
Her Swedish heritage, loyalty to evening all of them were guests of up Christmas decorations? Some leaving they all enjoyed a brunch Glidden United Methodist Church
Adaza and her family were important Pat and Carol Hardy, Lohrville. people may have taken a nap in prepared by the daughters. with Rev. Lorinda H.M. Hoover
to her. Survivors are her children, Pat and Carol’s children, Tim and order to rest up for the 2 a.m., 4 a.m., Ann Bloomquist recently took her officiating. Organist for the service
Marge Griffith of Audubon, Steve Casey Hardy and Maggie of North or 6 a.m. shopping the next day. mother Norma Willoughby to Des was Doris Bentley and soloists were
of Manson, Ron of Jefferson, Randy Mankato, MN; Aaron and Michele Although it is a lot of work, there Moines, where they met Jim & Barb Gary Spivey and Mary Ross. Casket
of Lake City, Kim of Jefferson, Jay Asmus, Nicholas and Thomas is an added benefit of baking your Willoughby. The Willoughbys then bearers were Bob Van Horn, Dennis
of Churdan, Lori Bauer of Paton of Austin, MN; Eric and Trisha own turkey – leftovers! After a few flew to Florida and stayed at Norma’s Jorgensen, Karl Jorgensen, Verlin
and Tina Weierke of Farmington, DeTemmerman of Des Moines were days of that, you may be ready for a condo at Daytona Beach. While Breon, Jim Irlmeier, and Calvin
MN; also 27 grandchildren, 26 also present. change – how about baked fish, like there they visited Norma’s church Hughes. Honorary casket bearers
great-grandchildren, many relatives Martha Hennesy of Andover, they fix here at Sunnyview. It always and were able to reconnect with were Don Jorgensen, Joel Shaner,
and friends. Mass of the Christian MN, visited Liz Guess over the looks delicious. (By the way, do you Norma’s former neighbors. Upon David Vinton, Kim Smith, Bill
burial was Monday Nov. 28 at St. holiday weekend. John Guess of know what is the most expensive returning to Iowa, Norma stayed for Gregory, and Elmer Peters. Burial
Columbkille Catholic Church in Scranton, John and Libby Towers fish? “Gold fish.”) There are special a few days with Jim & Barb and their was in the Lanesboro Cemetery
Churdan, with burial at St. Joseph of Churdan, Natalie Gemberling meals coming up during the holiday family at Knoxville. The following with military honors conducted by
Catholic Cemetery, Lohrville. of Waverly, Travis Gemberling of season, and many residents invite week Paul Bloomquist drove Norma the Merle Hay Post of the American high school class reunions, the last
Liz Gingery of Jefferson went with Lohrville, Martha and Liz were guests to join them here to eat. Also, to stay at Ann’s home in Dayton over Legion. one being his 84th.
Robert and Karen Gingery Nov. Thanksgiving guests at Wade and the kitchen supplies the cookies for the Thanksgiving holiday. Norma The Dahn and Woodhouse Known for his integrity, Ken
26 & 27 to visit Rob and Renee Ann Gemberling’s, Lohrvhille. BINGO day. enjoyed her travels but is very happy Funeral Home of Glidden was in served as executor for many family
Gingery, Peyton, Madelyn and Liam Kathy Schmitt of West Des Here comes the Christmas rush! to be back in her home at Sunnyview. charge of arrangements. Online estates. He served as pall bearer for
at Holland. Moines, Steve and Liisa Schmitt and If you need a new winter coat or Twenty guests joined Sunnyview condolences may be left at www. over 200 people, he served on the
Barbara Winkelman went to boys of Minneapolis were overnight snow boots, you might want to get residents for turkey dinner with all dahnandwoodhouse.com Glidden School Board, and he was
Diana May’s in Newton the day visitors at Paul and Pat Schmitt’s to the stores soon. In about a month the trimmings on Thanksgiving. We Kenneth Sherer was born on honored to receive Glidden’s leading
before Thanksgiving. On Thursday on Thanksgiving. They were dinner they may start showing spring heard that everything went well, March 1, 1912, at Lanesboro, the son citizen award in 1974.
they were guests at Dave and Ruth guests at Chuck and Linda Schmitt’s, merchandise, regardless of the and that the dressing and pie were of Emil and Gertrude (Shoemaker) Kenny’s special hobbies included
Carlson’s home in West Des Moines. Lohrville. Others there were Tom and weather. especially good. Thank you to the Sherer. Kenny, as he was known years of coin collecting, playing
Barbara visited Diana until coming Brittany Sickels of LeMars, Tony Since Christmas is coming, that kitchen staff – Marianne Aden, Jean to most, spent his childhood and cards, gardening, family vacations,
home Monday. and Marty Schmitt and Stephen of brings to mind the giving of gifts. Peck and Angela Blair. young adult years farming with and watching his beloved St. Louis
Vernon and Shirley Hamilton were Des Moines, Ken Schmitt of Carroll Here is a gift-related story that Have you brought out your his father. He graduated with the Cardinals and Iowa Hawkeyes. He
Thanksgiving guests at the home of and friend, Deb, Bill and Jan Schmitt we heard recently. An older and a garlands and lights? Sunnyview class of 1926 from Lanesboro High particularly looked forward to the 10
Mark and Les White at Bondurant. of Alleman, Bryce Schmitt of Ames, younger man were the only survivors has been decorated. As you might School. He worked in Carroll for the a.m. “Coffee Club” gatherings at the
Others there were Gina Hanlon and Britni Schmitt, Aubrie and Ryker after a ship was lost during a terrible guess, this was a big job, not for the government establishing the acreage home of Cal Hughes. He will always
family, Alex Hamilton, and Mark’s of Carroll. They had their family storm. The younger man bemoaned faint-hearted. Dee Harman, staff in farm fields from aerial photos. His be remembered for his funny stories,
sister, Shelly, her husband Morris Christmas celebration later in the their fate on the tiny island, but the supervisor, started “sorting trees” mathematical skills served him well quick wit and amazing memory.
and their three daughters from day at Paul and Pat Schmitt’s home. older man said, “It’s okay. We are one day at 5:30 a.m. Then, around as most fields were oddly shaped so Survivors include his two
certain to be found.” “How can you 8 a.m., Sandy Alne and Jana Blunt exact math had to be used to estimate daughters: Mary Alice Spivey, and
be so certain of that?” the younger started putting trees together, with the number of acres in each field. her husband, Gary, of Bellevue,
LAKE CITY SUNNY KNOLL man wanted to know. “I give a lot of
money every year to my alma mater
help from many residents.
In the front lobby, the residents
Ken enlisted in the United States
Army in 1942. He married his
Neb.; and Karla Wherland, and
her husband, Bill, of Minneapolis,
NEWS NEWS and I pay a lot of taxes. Don’t worry.
They’ll find me.”
have their own tree, and there is a
“staff” tree done in red. In the Big
long-time girlfriend, Genevieve
Jorgensen, while on furlough on
Minn.; five grandchildren: Brandon
Boice, of St. Paul, Minn.; Emi
If you hunt or know any hunters, Lounge there are two trees. One November 21, 1942. He then worked Spivey, of Omaha, Neb.; Gina
On Wednesday Dian Richardson It’s beginning to look at a lot like you may know that this can be a busy was done in gold and the other as a pharmacist for four years at Simpson, of Oakdale, Minn.; and
hosted a coffee with Eileen Gateley, Christmas here at Sunny Knoll! time of year. Isn’t it about time for was done in multi-colored lights the 136th Station Hospital 60 miles Jenna and Meredith Spivey, of Los
Naomi Streeter, and Marge Bauman This week has been a great week to pheasant season? How about deer and ornaments with a Santa on top. northeast of London, England. After Angeles, Calif.; a brother-in-law,
who are the new residents at the get our Christmas decorations up. season? We heard that deer season Then, in the library is the tree done the war Kenneth and Genevieve Karl Jorgensen, of Fonda; a sister-
Jefferson Place Condos. These Out week started out with a usual started in Wisconsin. We know of in blue. Also, Carene Folden and made their home in Glidden where in-law, Mary Sherer, of Indianola;
are the condos located in the Monday of playing bingo and spa people traveling in Wisconsin who helpers decorated her lovely tree they raised two daughters: Mary nephews: Kim Smith, and his
newly renovated historical McVay day in the afternoon. Tuesday we pulled their car into a gas station to in the TV lounge. There is even a Alice and Karla. Kenneth worked in wife, Mary, of Omaha, Neb.; Don
Hospital. enjoyed having goodies from the refuel, and they had an eerie feeling small decorated tree by the entrance the First National Bank as a cashier Jorgensen, and his wife, Dorothy,
Anne Reiter attended a Pampered kitchen for happy hour. Mark fixed that something was not quite normal. near halls one and five. With all of for 30 years and also served on the of Lanesboro; John Barber, and
Chef party at the home of Cathy us a variety of appetizers including Then they noticed that each vehicle the trees, lights, and door wreaths, it Board of Directors. He has been a his wife, Tove, of Copenhagen,
Lietz in Yetter on Thursday, Dec. fried mushrooms, cheese balls, nearby had a deer strapped to the looks like Sunnyview is ready for a member of Methodist Church for 89 Denmark; and Dennis Jorgensen,
1. The consultant was Shelley pickles, and cauliflower. Although roof. (This may actually be normal party. Thank you everyone! years, serving as its treasurer for 22 and his wife, Crystal, of Lake City;
Kent. Delicious refreshments we have had this before it was still for Wisconsin.) This is not necessarily a related years. He was the oldest American and nieces: Kathy Shaner, and her
and treats were served, cooking a huge hit. Wednesday was the day Do you feel like you have been thought, but someone once said, Legionnaire in Glidden. He husband, Joel, of Cummings; Marlys
demonstrations were done and the tree went up as well as some walking the “extra mile” lately? “I’ve learned that you can tell a lot served as “Grand Marshall” of the Vinton, and her husband, Dave, of
many were in attendance including other decorations. The tree is just Here is something to think about. about a man by the way he handles Glidden Memorial Day Parade Indianola; and Ann Link, and her
Mary Reiter, Sherry Lampe, beautiful. I love how it has drawn What is at the end of every mile, the these three things: a rainy day, lost in 2003. He served on the Senior husband, Cub, of Sacramento, Calif.
Melissa Schleisman, Brandy Winter, some of the residents to come out of beginning of every end, and the end luggage, and tangled Christmas tree Housing Association Board for Kenneth was preceded in death
Ashley Smith, Sheila Remsburg, their rooms to just sit and admire it. of every smile? The letter “e.” lights.” many years. He was active in many by parents; his wife, Genevieve, in
Chris Heim, Minnie Huster, Joyce Friday is our usual coffee day and ice REMEMBER WHEN: On December 7th we observe the school and community events and 1989; two sisters: Fern Sherer and
Schleisman, Mary Jean Leslie and cream social. We also had resident Remember when there were two 70th anniversary of the attack on especially enjoyed attending his Zeline Smith; and a brother, Warren.
Cathy’s mother Deloris. shopping Friday morning. We will elementary schools in Rockwell Pearl Harbor, the “day that will live
be very busy next week getting ready City, one on the east side and one on in infamy.” Let us remember those
the west side? Do you know where who gave their lives on that day.
for our Christmas party on the 11th!
those two schools were located? God bless America.
Selling 111/2 inch Doll Clothes
Jerry & Julia Jacobs
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For Thanksgiving Bette Knapp
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216 N. Woodlawn, Lake City 25th Wedding Anniversary Lake City Lions Susan Clapper, Manson and Jordan
Their children and family would Clapper Fort Dodge went to Bob and
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City and for the afternoon the whole
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children’s Program Practice; 5 p.m. LUTHERAN
BARNUM contemporary Worship Service. Wayne Pfannkuch, Pastor
Sunday, Dec. 11: 9 a.m. Sundays: 9 a.m. Worship; 10:00
CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN Children’s Program practice; 10:30 a.m. Sunday school; 6:00 p.m.
CHURCH a.m. worship-Children’s Christmas Contemporary Service; 7:05 p.m.
“The Prairie Church” Program. Confirmation
2 ½ miles SW of Barnum Monday, Dec. 12: 10:30 a.m. Rev. Wednesday, Dec. 7: 5 p.m. EPIC
James Davis, Pastor Weidert devotions at Opp. Living. Jr. Hi at Rockwell City; 6:30 p.m.
Sundays: 9:15 a.m. Worship PILGRIM LUTHERAN EPIC Sr. Hi at Lytton.
CHURCH Thursday, Dec. 8: 7 p.m.
FARNHAMVILLE Craig S. Zandi Committee meetings; 8 p.m.
Pastor Church Council.
HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN Saturdays: 5:30 p.m. Worship/ Saturday, Dec. 10: 8:30-10 a.m.
CHURCH Holy Communion; Sundays: 8 a.m. Grades 2-7 Children’s Christmas
Rev. Robert Zellmer Confirmation Classes; 9:00 a.m. practice.
Sundays: 8:30 a.m. Sunday Worship/Holy Communion; 10 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
School/Adult Bible Classes; 9:30 a.m. Sunday School/Bible Study Pastor Wayne Pfannkuch, Pr
a.m. Worship Wednesday, Dec. 7: 11:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m. Worship
FIRST UNITED CHURCH Ladies Aid; 7 p.m. Advent Worship 10:00 a.m. Sunday School @
Crystal Oberheu, Pastor at Zion; fellowship to follow. Emanuel-St. John Lutheran In photo from left to right: Great-grandmother Ruby Hasty, grandmother Terry Garrett, Adala Reigle,
Sundays: 9:00 a.m. Worship Thursday, Dec. 8: 6 p.m. Board of Great-great grandmother Fannie Jondle and mother Sarah Reigle.
. Elders; 7 p.m. Board of Stewards. POMEROY
Sunday, Dec. 11: S.S./Youth
GLIDDEN Group Christmas Caroling at Shady EVANGELICAL
Oaks; S.S. Christmas Program CONVENANT
GRACE BAPTIST Practice; 7 p.m. Choir Rehearsal. Rural Pomeroy Adala Loretta Reigle was born Patti Reigle, Madison, Nebraska. civil engineer with JEO Consulting,
329 E. 7th Street ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC Sundays: 9 a.m. Sunday School; October 17th, 2011 to Nick and Great-grandparents are Irene Reigle, Norfolk and Sarah is employed as
Glidden CHURCH 10:15 Morning Worship Sarah Reigle of Wisner, Nebraska. Madison; Delores Freudenburg, a nurse at Elkhorn Logan Valley
712-659-3893 Fr. Lynn Bruch She weighed 7 lbs. 5 oz. and Madison; Ruby Hasty, Otho; Pearl Public Health Department, Wisner,
712-659-2304 Masses: 5:30 p.m. Tues. & 8:00 was 20 and one half inches long. Rewolinski and William Smedley, NE.
Rev. R.E. Hamilton, Pastor a.m. Fri. ROCKWELL CITY Grandparents are Gary and Terry Omaha. Fannie Jondle, Ft. Dodge, is
Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 5:00 p.m. Saturday Garrett of Churdan, and Tom and a great-great grandmother. Nick is a
for all ages; 10:30 a.m. Morning 10:00 a.m. Sunday CHURCH OF CHRIST
Lake View Prepares for
service; 5:40 p.m. Praise & Prayer; Confessions: Saturday 4:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m. Sunday school
6:00 p.m. Evening service WOODLAWN CHRISTIAN
10:00 a.m. Communion &
UNITED METHODIST Sundays: 9:00 a.m. Adult Sunday Worship
CHURCH school; 10:10 a.m. Worship; Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Supper;
Chad Jennings, Pastor
9:15 a.m. Sunday school
6:00-7:30 p.m. Youth and Adult
Bible School; Wednesdays: after
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Youth Group 1st
thru 12th grades;
A Candlelight Christmas Thursday, Dec. 8: Swiss Style
10:30 a.m. Worship school-6:20 p.m. Rock Solid Kidz EVANGELICAL FREE The community of Lake View will visitors will be greeted by local Ground Beef, Baked Potato,
PLEASANT RIDGE Sunday, Dec. 11: Congregational CHURCH host their Christmas Candlelight businesses open for shopping and Creamy Cole Slaw, Blushing Pears,
COMMUNITY CHURCH meeting after worship; 1:30 p.m. Pastor Don Howard Walk on Saturday, December 10th, dining, as well as community holiday Cranberry Fruit Bar.
Four Miles South of Glidden Administrative Board meeting. 817 S. 3rd. St. at 5:30 p.m. This will be the first festivities that will include a Main Friday, Dec. 9: Roasted Pork,
Pastor Brian Hodge For more information, please year for the event, as last year’s Street fire pit, Christmas music, Potatoes w/Gravy, Lima Beans, Hot
www.pleasantridgecc.org LANESBORO call 297-5445 inaugural festivities were cancelled Bingo, hot beverages and great Cinnamon Apples w/Crunchy Top,
Sundays: 9:30 a.m. Sunday 9:00 a.m. Worship; 6:30 p.m. due to a snowstorm. prize giveaways at the American Orange Juice.
school; 10:30 a.m. Morning UNITED METHODIST Sunday evening Worship; Everyone is encouraged to dress in Legion building. The winners of the Monday, Dec. 12: Ham Loaf,
Worship; 6:30 p.m. CHURCH Wednesday: Prayer Service – festive attire and gather at the Lake community holiday lighting contest Sweet Potatoes, Calico Corn, Fruit
Fellowship. Reverend Lexi Kirkpatrick 6:30 p.m. View Historical Museum between will also be announced at the end of Compote, Whole Wheat Bread.
Sundays: 8:00 a.m. Sunday IMMANUEL LUTHERAN 5-5:30 p.m., where candles can the evening. Tuesday, Dec. 13: Beef Stew,
school; 9:00 a.m. Church. (Missouri Synod)
be purchased for $1 in support of Non-walkers are encouraged to Corn Bread, Tangy Coleslaw,
Wednesdays: 4:00 p.m. After Rev. Chadric Dietrich community initiatives. Participants park along Lake Street to watch Peaches, Orange Juice.
School Special Kids; 6:00 p.m. Sundays: 8:45 a.m. Worship/Holy will join in the unique experience of the beautiful candlelit procession Wednesday, Dec. 14: Baked
Anita Bane, Pastor
Chimes. Communion at Immanuel; 10 p.m. caroling and walking by candlelight and then join the festivities on Chicken, Potatoes w/Gravy, Peas,
9:00 a.m. Worship
Thursdays: 9:00 a.m. Community Sunday School along the Black Hawk Lake trail to Main Street. Everyone should Applesauce-Raisin Cake, Tomato
Coffee. ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC Main Street, which will include a also make plans to visit the Lake Juice.
Fr. Richard Ries
luminary-lit stroll along the popular View American Legion Hall on
Masses: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
TRINITY LUTHERAN Pier to Pier walkway that connects Saturday, 12/10, from 2-4pm, for the
CHURCH the community’s two historic Stone Community Candyland Bake Sale,
ST. PAUL LUTHERAN
LOHRVILLE CHRISTIAN Reverend Jim Mossman
(Missouri Synod) Piers. photos with Santa and horse-drawn
CHURCH Saturday: 5:30 p.m. Worship
Rev. Chadric Dietrich Upon arriving on Main Street, wagon rides.
(Disciples of Christ) Sunday: 9:00 a.m. Worship; 9
10:15 a.m. Worship/Holy
Phil Cline, Pastor a.m. Sunday school
Communion at Immanuel,
95 5th Street, Lohrville Thursday, Dec. 8: 6:45 a.m. Men’s
712-465-5545 Bible Study.
MIDAS Transit serves
9:00 a.m. Sunday Worship
10:15 a.m. Fellowship/Coffee
For information on local Bible
Friday, Dec. 9: Pastor’s Day off.
Sunday, Dec. 11: 10 a.m.
Caroling & Angel Delivery; 10 a.m.
Rockwell City & Calhoun County FOR
John Swoyer, Pastor
9:30 a.m. Sunday school
10:30 a.m. Worship
Studies call Pastor Phil @ (H) 712-
465-5545 (C) 712-465-6009.
ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC
Fellowship; 10 a.m. Confirmation;
11 a.m. Advent Luncheon; 4-6 p.m.
Financial Peace Class.
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Mass 10:30 a.m. Worship, 5:00 p.m.
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10 The Graphic-Advocate Sports Decebmer 7, 2011
Colin Higgins goes up for the shot during the Nov. 29 home victory over Ar-We-Va. (Graphic-Advocate The Titan girls aggressively went for the ball but could not compete against the highly ranked Ar-We-Va
photo by Ken Ross) team during a game Nov. 29 in Rockwell City. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
Reynolds Selected As First- Girls JV and JVR
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Team Academic All-District
Senior Adam Reynolds was
selected to the Capital One/College
Sports Information Directors of
America First-Team Academic All- The South Central Calhoun Titan Hannah Corey – 10; Jennifer Hood
District Football team. Junior Varsity and Junior Varsity – 8; Tyffaney Toms - 8;
Reynolds, from Rockwell City, Reserve Girls’ Basketball teams Other stats: Hannay Corey
Mediacom Communications is
MediacomCommunications is seeking
was an honorable mention all MIAA played three games recently losing a 8 rebounds ; Jennifer Hood -
Lead businesses Commercial Account Representatives
seeking Commercial Account
for the Storm Lake, Des Moines, pick last season in nine games this JV game against Newell-Fonda and 5 rebounds - 7 steals ; SaDee
Representatives for the Waterloo,
into the future. Marshalltown, Ames, Creston, and Red
Iowa area The selected candidates
area. year has registered 33 tackles with winning both a JV and JVR game White - 3 steals ; Kylie Hepp - 3
will beIowa areas. The selected candidates
Oak, responsible for selling strategic a fumble recovery. He has a 3.59 against Pocahontas Area Pomeroy steals; Michaela Graffunder - 3
will be responsible forsolutions including fiber-based networks, Internet-
communications selling strategic communications solutions including ﬁber-based grade point average while majoring Palmer. steals
networks, services, phone services and videoand video services to business
related Internet-related services, phone services services to business in Agricultural Science at Truman During the JV game at Newell The JV Final Score was SCC –
customers. State University in Kirksville, MO. against Newell-Fonda Nov. 28 v. the 47, PAC/P-P – 43. The JV team
Candidates must have strong sales experience. Business-to-business The 2011 Capital One Academic
fin al score was Newell-Fonda 38; overcame a 5 pt. deficit with a
experience and a Bachelor’s degree preferred. All-District Football Teams, selected
by the College Sports Information SCC 33. minute to play to win by 4.
Mediacom offers an exciting work environment, competitive salaries
Directors of America, have been Leading scorers were: Michaela Leading Scorers were Kylie
and excellent benefits.
released to recognize the nation’s top Graffunder – 11; Emily Holly – Hepp – 12; Maria Dischler –
For consideration, please apply online at: careers.mediacomcc.com. student-athletes for their combined 6; Kellsie Knapp – 5 9; Ashley Henkenius – 9; Emily
And click on Job ID 1234. performances athletically and in Other Stats include: Tyffaney Snyder – 6; Michaela Graffunder – 5
the classroom. Capital One became Toms - 7 rebounds; Kellsie Knapp Other stats: Tyffaney Toms
the entitlement rights holder to - 4 rebounds ; Michaela Graffunder - - 8 rebounds; Kylie Hepp - 4
www.mediacomcc.com CoSIDA’s Academic All-American 4 steals and 3 assists ; Jennifer Hood rebounds; Ashley Henkenius - 4
teams programs in 2011. - 3 steals; rebounds; Michaela Graffunder - 4
On Dec. 1, the SCC JVR defeated steals ; Kylie Hepp - 3 steals ; Emily
PAC/P-P at Pocahontas Junior Snyder - 3 steals and 3 assists .
39 – 33. Leading Scorers were JV record is 2-1 JVR is 1-0.
Middle School Basketball
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SCC wrestlers win in Ida Grove then in duals This week’s Crossword and
Not every detail went right for the
South Central Calhoun wrestlers Sudoku puzzles
in Ida Grove on Nov. 29, but
overall, the Titans put on a strong
performance during the dual meet
against the Odebolt-Arthur/Battle
Creek-Ida Grove, according to SCC
Head Coach Lance Schultz.
The final score was SCC – 49;
OA/BCIG - 30.
“OA/BCIG always has a strong
squad, we matched up well with
them and came away with a big win
to start the season. We had way to
many little things not look good
tonight, but to our credit we came
back strong to get the wins where
we needed. Freshman Zayne Barrett Trey Eddy, a Titan junior, defeated his OA/BCIG opponent, Austin Saddler, by decision on Nov. 29 in Ida
(filling in for two regulars out with Grove. (Photo courtesy of Wendy Goodman)
injuries) came away with basically
the meet winner when he pinned won by fall over Ben Sexton (SCC)
a senior at 170 lbs., Zayne will 1:13
normally be a 152 lber, MJ Sittig, 170- Zayne Barrett (SCC) won by
Taylor Reiss, Nolan Machovec, fall over Jeremy Maass (OA/BCIG)
and Zeb McCubbin all earned wins 3:11
in the only JV matches wrestled.” 182- Cash Wilke (OA/BCIG) won
commented Coach Schultz. by fall over Kelby Schoop (SCC) CLUES ACROSS 2. Poker stake
Results include: 1:04 1. Leavened rum cakes 3. Tennis player Bjorn
285- Tanner Thompson (OA/BCIG) 195- Colten Riley (SCC) won by 6. Stepped on 4. Rapid bustling movement
10. Arab outer garments 5. Centripetal
won by fall over Aron King (SCC) fall over Jake Matthies (OA/BCIG) 14. Positive pole 6. Wound around something
3:25 :55 15. Sharpening stone 7. Sumac genus
17. Atomic #38 8. Original Equipment Manufacturer
106- Skylor Pochins ki 220- Kaden Anderson (SCC) won 19. Omnivorous mammal of C and S 9. Alcohol withdrawal symptom
(SCC) won by fall over Dustin by fall over Payton Klinger (OA/ Am. 10. Unkeyed
20. Records electrical brain currents 11. Small water travel vessel
Behrendsen (OA/BCIG) 2:32 BCIG) 1:37 21. Without (French) 12. Family Formicidae
113- Justin Sadler (OA/BCIG) won In regards to the first place at the 22. Mother’s sisters 13. 3rd largest whale
23. An open skin infection 16. Scamper
by fall over Jesse Barringer (SCC) JSPC DUALS at Jefferson on Dec. 24. Long mucilaginous green pods 18. Container counterweight
3:35 3., Schultz said, “What a great 25. Past tense of 23 across 22. (Largest) Peoples of Ghana
26. Cereal grain product 23. Unit of loudness
120- Chase Goodman (SCC) won day, finally got over the hump with 29. Lack of normal muscle tone 24. Double-reed instrument
by fall over Baden Gebel (OA/ Norwalk, they have beaten us in this Zayne Barrett, a Titan freshman, defeated his OA/BCIG opponent, 31. Lean, scrawny 25. Sole genus
Jeremy Maass, by fall on Nov. 29 in Ida Grove. (Photo courtesy of 32. Work holiday (informal) 27. “Dynasty” actress Linda
BCIG) 1:30 tournament the last 4 years. Always 34. Abnormal breathing 28. Said of a maneuverable vessel
126- Trey Eddy (SCC) won by nice to come out of a tournament Wendy Goodman) 35. Peels 29. Macaws
37. Capital of the Apulia region 30. Seamen
maj. dec. over Austin Sadler (OA/ beating two 3A programs and stay SCC 40 Norwalk 36 113- Jesse Barringer 1-2 38. They __ 31. A women’s undergarment
BCIG) 10-1 undefeated. We definitely saw some 39. Linear unit (Span.) 33. Cost Information Report
SCC 58 Carroll 18 138-Tate Klocke 1-2 1 pin 40. More lucid 35. Trims
132- Logan Peed (SCC) won by things we can correct and improve SCC 40 JSPC 29 145-Jeff King 1-2 41. 6th largest Russian city 36. River rising in NE Turkey
fall over Dane Treiber (OA/BCIG) on but overall we had a very good 43. Fights a short bout 37. Soap blocks
SCC Ind. results 152-Tyler Kutz 1-2 1 pin 45. Ancient Olympic Site 39. Overnight case
3:49 day. We now need to focus on the 106-Skylor Pochinski 3-0 3 pins 220- Kaden Anderson 1-2 1 pin 46. Companion animals 40. Derisive literary works
138- Tate Klocke (SCC) won by start of our conference dual meet 47. Indian frocks 42. Simply
126-MJ Sittig 2-0 2 pins 126- Trey Eddy 0-2 49. SE Indonesian island 43. 5th wheels
fall over Kaleb Young (OA/BCIG) schedule this week.” 182-Kelby Schoop 3-0 3 pins 160-Zayne Barrett 0-2 50. The winged goddess of the dawn 44. A furry animal skin
5:09 1st South Central Calhoun 3-0 53. Exchange of goods 47. Burning of the Hindu widow
195- Colten Riley 3-0 2 pins 160- Michael DeMoss 0-1 54. Bird in a pear tree 48. Actor Ladd
145- Pat Billings (OA/BCIG) won 2nd Norwalk 2-1 285-Aron King 3-0 3 pins 170- Ben Sexton 0-1 56. A contest in which the winner is 49. Bay Area Transit Authority
by fall over Jeff King (SCC) 1:31 3rd JSPC 1-2 undecided 50. The boundary of a surface
combined 1:47 in time Most Valuable Wrestler of 58. Tidal bore 51. A brutish giant
152- Tyler Kutz (SCC) won by dec. 4th Carroll 0-3 170- Cody Schoop 1-0 Tournament: Colten Riley (SCC) 59. Petite 52. One who divines the future
over Sam Miller (OA/BCIG) 2-1 South Central Calhoun is now 4-0 60. Freshwater duck genus 53. Very fast airplane
120-Chase Goodman 2-1 2 pins Fastest Fall of Tournament: Aron 61. A nasty smile 54. Frying vessel
160- Brent Stickrod (OA/BCIG) on the season 132-Logan Peed 2-1 1 pin King (SCC) :21 55. 007’s creator
CLUES DOWN 57. 1/1000 of an ampere
1. The supporting part
It’s Not Too SCC Middle
Late for That School Winter
Flu Shot Health Concert Calhoun
Calhoun Public The South Central
recognizes National Inﬂuenza Middle School students will be
Vaccination Week presenting their Winter Concert on
Calhoun Public Health joins Friday, December 9th. The concert
the Iowa Department of Public
Health and the CDC in recognizing
will be held in the SCC Middle Summer & Fall Athletic Recognition
Sunday, December 11 from 11-1
School Gym in Rockwell City at
December 4 through 10 as National 7:00 p.m. Included in the concert
Influenza Vaccination Week
(NIVW). The CDC established
will be the 5th Grade Vocal Music (NOTE TIME HAS BEEN CHANGED FROM
students(please note, this is a change
NIVW in 2005 to highlight the from the school calendar!), the 6th
6:00 pm on school calendar)
importance of continuing flu Grade Vocal Music students and A pancake & sausage brunch will be served from
vaccination through the holiday
season and beyond.
the 7th & 8th Grade Choir. The 11:00 to 1:00 pm at the South Central Calhoun
Instrumental Music Department will
Flu vaccination coverage be featuring the 6th Grade Band and
Middle School in Rockwell City
traditionally drops off quickly after the 7th & 8th Grade Band.
the end of November because many There will be no admission charge
people believe getting vaccinated
for the concert, but there will be a
after that time is too late. “That’s
freewill donation at the door.
simply not true,” said Calhoun
The different groups will be
Public Health Director Jane
Condon. “As long as flu viruses are singing and playing a variety of
circulating, people can get sick. We
know flu activity generally peaks in
Holiday music that they have been
preparing for the past several weeks.
Anniversary Here’s How It Works:
Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into nine 3x3 box-
es. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column
January or February and lasts into The students have been working Card Shower and box. Each number can appear only once in each row, column and box.
the spring, so it is definitely not too very hard to get ready, and we hope
you will be able to come out and for You can figure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the
Don & Janice (Johnson) Ostermann
late to get a vaccination.” It takes numeric clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name,
about two weeks after vaccination enjoy the music of the Season! the easier it gets to solve the puzzle!
for the body’s immune response to December 16th
provide fully protection. “With flu
activity increasing and family and Address: 1316 Burnett, Ames, IA 50010
friends gathering for the holidays,
now is a great time to get a flu
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loved ones,” said Condon.
The CDC recommends a yearly
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12 The Graphic-Advocate Lohrville Celebration Decebmer 7, 2011
Artists at work Good day for chili
Kids who were waiting to visit Santa or who had already visited Santa created works of art at the Chili and bars were served at Lohrville during the Dec 2 celebration. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken
Lohrville Library on Dec. 2. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross) Ross)
Lohrville tradition Putting it all together
The lighting of the tree is a Lohrville holiday tradition. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross) Koby Kraft and Kadynn Isaacs worked on a jigsaw puzzle at the
Lohrville Library on Dec. 2. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
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