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                                                                                                                                                                                          WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 2011
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Supervisors award
bid for courthouse roof
	 Hancock	 County	 supervisors	               	 •	R18	 from	 120th	 St.	 North	 3.5	
awarded	the	bid	to	replace	the	court-         miles	to	the	intersection	north	of	Elm	
house	 roof	 to	 Jaeger	 Associates	 of	      Street	in	Corwith	for	$295,180.85.
Titonka.                                      	 •	One	mile	of	paving	from	of	Jew-
	 Jaeger	 submitted	 the	 low	 bid	 of	       ell	Ave.	and	220th	Street,	north	to	the	
$34,737	 for	 a	 steel	 shingle	 roofing	     end	of	7th	Ave.	in	the	City	of	Britt	for	
system.                                       $87,640.85.
	 Other	 contractors	 submitting	 bids	       	 In	other	business	County	Attorney	
for	consideration	were	Larson	Con-            Karen	Kauffman	Salic	reviewed	Co-
tracting,	 Lake	 Mills,	 and	 Renais-         bra	insurance	coverage	benefits.
sance	Roofing	of	St.	Louis,	Mo.               	 Don	Reffer	of	B&W	Control	Spe-
	 Supervisors	also	awarded	the	con-           cialists,	 Algona,	 reviewed	 the	 2011	
tract	 for	 three	 asphalt	 resurfacing	      program	of	spraying	drainage	ditich-
projects	 to	 Manatt’s	 Inc.	 of	 Brook-      es	 for	 weed	 and	 brush	 control.	 The	
lyn,	Iowa.	Projects	include:                  county’s	drainage	ditch	system	is	on	
	 •	B63	from	Iowa	Hwy.	17	east	8.5	           a	 three-year	 rotational	 schedule	 for	
miles	to	the	Kanawha	City	limits	for	         spraying.

Brief school building
lockdown at LuVerne                                                                             Final WCLT commencement
                                                                                                In keeping with tradition at Woden-Crystal Lake-Titonka High School, Kyle Pals (right) hands rose to his
By	Rebecca	Peter                              remained	 in	 their	 classrooms	 with	
LUVERNE	 -	 Kossuth	 county	 au-              their	teachers.
                                                                                                mother, Renee Pals, after receiving his high school diploma, Friday, May 20. Abby Sexton gets a hug from her
thorities	were	called	to	the	LuVerne	         	 After	it	was	determined	the	build-              mother, Rhonda. The final commencement for WCLT was an emotional one for the 29 members of the Class
CWL	Elementary	building	on	Thurs-             ing	was	secure	and	safe,	the	building	            of 2011. The Woden-Crystal Lake and Titonka School Districts will go their separate ways and enter whole
day	morning,	May	19,	after	a	threat-          was	 returned	 to	 a	 normal	 schedule	           grade sharing arrangements with Forest City and Algona, respectively. “Life isn’t about waiting for the storm
ening	 note	 was	 discovered	 written	        and	 routine.	 The	 LuVerne	 building	            to pass. It’s about learning how to dance in the rain,” was the motto of the senior class. More photos on www.
on	a	stall	in	a	boys’	restroom.               houses	grades	K-6.	
	 “It	 is	 the	 goal	 of	 CWL	 schools	       	 “This	incident	is	a	reminder	to	all	
                                                                                       Click on the view/buy button. (Leader photos by Rebecca Peter)
for	 all	 students	 to	 be	 safe,”	 Mike	     of	us	we	should	not	take	anything	for	
Bumgarner,	superintendent,	said	in	a	
press	release.	“The	school	emergen-
                                              granted,	including	safety	at	school,”	
                                              Bumgarner	 stated.	 “I	 am	 pleased	              Memorial Day services in Hancock County
cy	 procedures	 were	 reviewed	 and	          with	 the	 cooperation	 I	 received	              By Rebecca Peter                                                                                                                  of	 Kanawha	 Lutheran	 Church,	 will	
implemented.	 The	 Kossuth	 County	           from	staff,	students,	and	emergency	              	 Memorial	 Day	 is	 Monday,	 May	                           In Flanders fields the poppies blow                                  give	the	invocation	and	benediction.
Sheriff	 Department	 was	 contacted,	         responders.	 	 I	 think	 it	 is	 reassuring	      30.	 Formerly	 known	 as	 Decoration	                                                                                             	 Ben	 Kreitlow	 and	 Jonathan	
and	 they	 responded,	 along	 with	 the	      the	 plan	 worked	 well	 and	 everyone	
                                                                                                                                                              Between the crosses, row on row,
                                                                                                Day,	Memorial	Day	commemorates	                                                                                                   Eekoff,	2011	delegates	to	Iowa	Boys	
Kossuth	 County	 Emergency	 Man-              worked	cooperatively	together	to	en-                                                                           That mark our place; and in the sky
                                                                                                U.S.	soldiers	who	died	while	in	the	                                                                                              State,	will	read	essays	on	the	“Spirit	
agement	Agency.”                              sure	safety	for	our	students.”                    military	 service.	 First	 enacted	 to	                       The larks, still bravely singing, fly                               of	America.”
	 The	 building	 was	 on	 lock	 down	         	 The	sheriff’s	investigation	is	pend-            honor	 Union	 soldiers	 of	 the	Ameri-                       Scarce heard amid the guns below.                                    	 Wreaths	 honoring	 veterans	 will	
from	 approximately	 9:05	 to	 10:15	         ing	 the	 outcome	 of	 the	 school’s	 in-         can	 Civil	 War,	 the	 recognition	 was	                                        – by John McCrae                                  be	 presented	 by	 the	 Kanawha	 Boy	
a.m.,	 according	 to	 the	 Kossuth	           ternal	 investigation,	 said	 Kossuth	            extended	 after	World	War	 I	 to	 hon-                                                                                            Scouts.
County	 Sheriff’s	 Office.	 Students	         County	Sheriff	Steve	Kollasch.                    or	Americans	 who	 have	 died	 in	 all	                  Klemme                    Christensen	will	present	the	memo-             	 In	 the	 event	 of	 rain,	 the	 program	
                                                                                                wars.                                      	 Klemme	 Memorial	 Day	 services	 rial	 wreath	 and	 read	 the	 list	 of	 de-         will	take	place	at	the	West	Hancock	
June 13 hearing                                                                                                 Garner                     begin	9:30	a.m.	at	United	Methodist	 parted	veterans.                                  Middle	School.
                                                                                                	 Memorial	 Day	 services	 at	 Garner	 Church.	The	American	Legion	Color	 	 The	 program	 includes	 tributes	                                    Wesley
for Ventura street project                                                                      will	begin	10:30	a.m.	at	Central	Park	 Guard	 will	 advance	 and	 retire	 the	 from	the	American	Legion	Auxiliary	
                                                                                                with	 the	 arrival	 of	 the	 veterans	 pa- Colors.                                 and	the	VFW	Auxiliary.	Representa-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  	 Memorial	Day	activities	at	Wesley	
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  include	 program	 by	 the	 American	
By Rebecca Peter                              Main	 Street	 from	 Hwy.	 18	 to	 the	                                                       	 Bob	 Christensen	 and	 Verlyn	 Ka- tives	from	the	Britt	Boy	Scout,	Girls	
                                                                                                rade	unit.	Garner	Mayor	Ken	Mick,	                                                                                                Legion	Andrew	Post	#428	beginning	
VENTURA	 -	 A	 public	 hearing	 on	           south	 corporate	 limits,	 and	 West	                                                        duce	will	share	Master	of	Ceremony	 Scouts	and	Cub	Scouts	will	lead	the	
                                                                                                Garner,	will	be	the	speaker.	                                                                                                     9	a.m.	at	South	Park.	
plans	and	specifications	for	the	Main	        Lake	Street	from	Main	Street	to	the	                                                                                                 Pledge	of	Allegiance.	
                                                                                                	 The	 Rev.	 Donald	 Hertges,	 pastor	 duties.                                                                                    	 Andrews	 Post	 #428	 will	 serve	 a	
Street/West	 Lake	 Street	 reconstruc-        west	corporate	limits.                                                                       	 The	Memorial	Day	address	will	be	 	 West	Hancock	High	band	and	vo-
                                                                                                of	 St.	 Boniface	 Catholic	 Church,	                                                                                             barbeque	 chicken	 supper	 starting	
tion	 project	 is	 scheduled	 for	 Mon-       	 A	 DOT	 bid-letting	 will	 be	 held	                                                                                               cal	music	students	will	provide	mu-
                                                                                                will	 give	 the	 invocation	 and	 bene- given	by	Kevin	Pearson.                                                                   at	 the	 Wesley	 Community	 Center.	
day,	June	13.                                 June	21	in	Ames.	Construction	is	ex-                                                         	 The	program	includes	the	invoca- sic.
                                                                                                diction.	                                                                                                                         Serving	 begins	 at	 5	 p.m.	 until	 300	
	 Tim	Moreau	and	Jason	Petersburg,	           pected	to	begin	late	July	and	into	the	
                                                                                                	 Morgan	 Ricke	 and	 Sara	 Legge,	 tion	 by	 Morgan	Tue	 and	 reading	 of	 	 In	case	of	rain,	the	program	will	be	               halves	are	gone.
Veenstra	 and	 Kimm	 Engineering,	            fall.	The	project	will	be	completed	in	
                                                                                                Iowa	Girls	State	delegates,	and	Wes	 deceased	 veterans	 by	 Verlyn	 Ka- held	at	the	high	school.	
recently	spoke	to	the	Council	about	          2012.
                                                                                                Bier	 and	 Matt	 Kenney,	 Iowa	 Boys	 duce.                                                     Corwith
regarding	project	addendums.                                City Audit
                                                                                                State	 delegates,	 will	 lead	 the	 audi- 	 Klemme	 area	 veterans	 who	 have	 	 The	 Elmer	 Wilson	 American	 Le-
	 The	 street	 reconstruction	 has	 an	       	 Else	 Taylor,	 city	 clerk	 informed	                                                      died	in	the	past	year	include:	Charles	 gion	 Post	 229	 will	 lead	 Memorial	
                                                                                                ence	in	the	Pledge	of	Allegiance.
estimated	 cost	 of	 $3.2	 million.	 The	     the	 council	 that	 the	 city	 received	 a	
                                                                                                	 Gerald	 Edgar	 and	 VFW	 Com- Butler	 and	 Harold	 Tulp	 both	 veter- Day	 services	 at	 Corwith.	 The	 pro-
project	 involves	 reconstruction	 of	                  VENTURA to back page
                                                                                                mander	 Bruce	 Sankey	 will	 give	 the	 ans	of	World	War	II.                       gram	 begins	 10:30	 a.m.	 at	 the	 Cor-
                                                                                                welcome.	Edgar	will	read	the	names	 	 A	veteran	of	the	Civil	War,	Rever- with	 Cemetery.	 The	 Rev.	 Beatrice	
                                                                                                of	departed	veterans.                      da	Morris	Day,	will	also	be	honored. Kinzler	will	be	the	speaker.	Special	
                                                                                                	 Garner	 area	 veterans	 who	 have	 	 The	 Belmond-Klemme	 High	 music	 will	 be	 provided	 by	 a	 vo-
                                                                                                died	during	the	preceding	year	are:        School	 Band	 and	 Chorus	 will	 pro- cal	 group	 from	 the	 Corwith	 United	
                                                                                                	 •	 World	War	II	–	Veronica	LaVon	 vide	patriotic	music	for	the	program.	 Methodist	Church	and	St.	John’s	Lu-
                                                                                                Lemke,	 Navy;	 Henry	 Kaduce,	 Air	 	 Memorial	 Day	 observances	 con- theran	Church.
                                                                                                Force;	Edward	E.	Winkleman,	Army.	 tinue	at	the	Ell	Township	Cemetery	 	 A	 community	 dinner	 will	 be	
                                                                                                	 •	 Korean	Conflict	-	John	P.	Schis- in	Klemme,	where	there	will	be	the	 served	 at	 the	 Corwith	 High	 School	
                                                                                                el,	 Army;	 Frank	 D.	 Rayhons	 Jr.,	 traditional	placing	of	wreaths	at	the	 following	the	program.	To	make	res-
                                                                                                Army,	 Joseph	 E.	 Kern,	 Air	 Force;	 Veterans	Memorial	Monument.	John	 ervations,	 call	 Natalie	 Shipman	 at	
                                                                                                Eugene	J.	Wood,	Air	Force.                 Schwichtenberg,	 American	 Legion	 515-583-2455.
                                                                                                	 •	 Vietnam	 Conflict	 –	 Larry	 D.	 Chaplain,	will	offer	a	prayer.	“Taps”	                     Goodell
                                                                                                Best,	 Navy;	 Samuel	 E.	 Schlicht,	 will	be	played	by	Terry	Kaduce.               	 State	 Rep.	 Henry	 Rayhons,	 Gar-
                                                                                                Army;	 Paul	 Klemm,	 Army;	 Steven	 	 Editor’s Note: A Memorial Day ner,	 will	 be	 the	 speaker	 for	 Memo-
                                                                                                Foster,	Air	Force.                         tribute to deceased veterans from rial	 Day	 Services	 at	 Goodell.	 The	
                                                                                                	 •	 Peacetime	 Service	 –	 Leo	 For- the Garner and Klemme area, con- program	will	begin	10:30	a.m.	at	the	
                                                                                                manek,	Army	Reserves.                      tinues on the Leader’s website: www. Goodell	Community	Hall.
                                                                                                	 Floral	tributes	will	be	presented	by                       	 The	 American	 Legion	 Robbins-
                                                                                                the	 VFW	 Auxiliary,	 American	 Le-                        Britt                   Christensen	 Post	 420	 and	Auxiliary	
                                                                                                gion	Auxiliary	and	the	Garner	Girls	 	 The	 American	 Legion	 Post	 315	 will	 serve	 lunch	 following	 the	 pro-
                                                                                                Scouts.                                    and	 VFW	 Post	 4370	 announce	 the	 gram.
                                                                                                	 The	program	will	include	a	musi- program	for	Memorial	Day	Services	                           Kanawha
                                                                                                cal	tribute	by	the	7th	and	8th	grade	 at	 Britt.	 Services	 will	 begin	 10:30	 	 The	 annual	 Memorial	 Day	 pro-
                                                                                                band	 under	 the	 direction	 of	 Bruce	 a.m.	at	Evergreen	Cemetery.	Mayor	 gram	 at	 Kanawha	 is	 10	 a.m.	 at	 the	

G-H Band Festival royalty
                                                                                                Jolivette.                                 David	 Mitchell	 will	 give	 the	 wel- Amsterdam	Township	Cemetery.
                                                                                                	 The	 Garner	 Ceremonial	 Unit,	 led	 come.	The	Rev.	Lee	Nelson	will	give	 	 The	parade	will	line	up	at	city	hall	
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  In memoriam…
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  The inscription on the base of
Elizabeth Snyder and Michael Boehnke are Garner-Hayfield can-                                   by	Jim	McMahon,	will	honor	the	de- the	invocation	and	benediction.                 and	proceed	to	the	cemetery.	The	pa-           the Civil War memorial at Con-
didates for the North Iowa Band Festival. Elizabeth is the daugh-                               parted	 veterans	 with	 the	 traditional	 	 The	Memorial	Day	address	will	be	 rade	will	halt	at	the	bridge	where	a	
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  cord Cemetery, Garner, reads,
ter of Robert and Theresa Snyder. She played clarinet in the                                    21-gun	 salute	 followed	 by	 “Taps”	 given	by	the	Rev.	John	Paulus,	pas- wreath	will	be	placed	in	memory	of	
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  “In memory of the heroes of
band. Michael, son of Bill and Laura Boehnke, played percus-                                    and	the	raising	of	the	flag.               tor	of	the	Britt	Church	of	the	Naza- those	buried	at	sea.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  1861-1865 who sleep in un-
sion. Both are 2011 graduates of Garner-Hayfield High School.                                   	 All	veterans	and	their	families	are	 rene.                                       	 Roger	 Johnson	 and	 Marvin	 John-           known graves.” The memorial
The 73rd North Iowa Band Festival is May 26-30 in Mason City.                                   invited	 to	 a	 noon	 potluck	 dinner	 at	 	 American	 Legion	 Chaplain	 Con- son	will	share	Master	of	Ceremonies	
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  was erected on May 30, 1908.
The parade is 10 a.m. Saturday, May 28. (Leader photo by Re-                                    the	VFW	Hall.                              nie	Burgardt	will	announce	the	dedi- duties	and	the	reading	of	the	honored	
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  (Leader photo by Rebecca Pe-
becca Peter)                                                                                                                               cation	of	the	Avenue	of	Flags.	Jerry	 dead.	The	Rev.	Geoff	White,	pastor	

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   Children are invited to celebrate           discusses end of year business
 “One World, Many Stories” at
 the Corwith Public Library’s                      The V.F.W. Auxiliary met on         a.m. to 3 p.m. Pancake breakfast will
 2011 summer library program                   Monday, May 9, with president           be June 12.
 which will start Wednesday, June              Connie Heinen conducting the                Aggie Voss conducted the
 8, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. and                 meeting with eleven members             installation of officers. The National
 will continue each Wednesday                  present. The meeting was opened in      Home Children’s prayer was
 through the month of June.                    Ritual Form.                            repeated and the meeting was closed
   Each child will receive a                       The minutes, financial reports,     in ritual form to meet again on June
 logbook to record minutes read                and general orders were read and        6.
 throughout the program, which                 discussed. The auxiliary received a         Members were reminded to
 will enable them to earn prizes.              $10 gift from a donor of the Honor      attend services in honor of veterans
 A “One World, Many Stories”                   Flight through the Buffalo Center       and troops on May 30 and display
 book bag will also be given to                Farmers Trust and Savings Bank.         flags.
 each child. Children entering                     This being the end of the year          “Our light shines for our troops     Prayer Shawl group receives money
 kindergarten through third grade              the committees have concluded           and veterans.”                           Iowa Network Services (INS) and Communications 1 Network, Inc., recently gave money to the
 are encouraged to participate.                their obligations and will begin                                                 Prayer Shawl Team. The funds will be used to purchase supplies to further the work of the Prayer
   In addition, the library is calling         anew for the coming year. Many                                                   Shawl Team in making Prayer Shawls and Lap Robes for individuals who have experienced
 on fourth through twelfth graders             “thanks” have been received for all     Torkelson receives                       some form of stress in their lives, a family member, friend or relative. To date they have made
 to participate in the reading                 the cooperation and support given.      certification as CPA                     and presented over 150 Prayer Shawls and 45 Lap Robes were given to the Veteran’s Home in
 program by tracking each hour                 Nellie Bird displayed her very                                                   Marshalltown. Pictured above are (left to right) Kent Atha of INS, Carol Niewald, Laura Fish, Wava
 read to earn tickets for a chance             attractive historical project. Lavon                                             Geary, all from the Prayer Shawl Team, and Randy Yeakel of Communications 1 Network, Inc. The
                                               Brown reviewed the flag burning             Rachel Torkelson of Newport
 to win a movie gift basket at the                                                                                              Prayer Shawl Team includes twelve ladies who are grateful for the checks to help promote their
                                               requirements. Phylis Lau reported       Beach, Calif., earned a certificate of
 end of four weeks. The more you                                                                                                mission of good will. (Submitted Photo)
                                               that six members have been died         public accounting license form the
 read the better your chance of
                                               from the tenth district and she read    state of California. She is employed
 winning a movie of your choice
 and goodies to go with it.
   Registration will begin as soon
                                               “Consider the Lillies.” Connie
                                               Bauer has the topics for patriotic
                                                                                       as a tax senior at Lesley, Thomas,
                                                                                       Schwartz and Postma Inc.
                                                                                           Rachel is the daughter of
 as school is dismissed for the
 summer, so stop in and sign up.
                                               art pictures and for the Voice of
                                               Democracy. She also reported on
                                               attending the district meeting.
                                                                                       Bonnie Torkelson of Forest City
                                                                                       and the late John Torkelson and
                                                                                                                                                                                           Paint Sale
                                                   Pillow cleaning posters are ready   the granddaughter of Pearl Peers
                                                                                       of Forest City. She is a graduate of

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                                                                                              PEOPLE & EVENTS                                                                                      Wednesday, May 25, 2011 • The        Leader 3

   Birthday open                                                                                                                                                           Corrick, Albritton announce
                                                                                       Wedding reception & dance                                                           engagement, upcoming wedding
   house to honor
                                                                                                                                                                              Barbara Corrick of Kingwood,
   Pat Grant                                                                             A reception and dance honoring
                                                                                                                                                                           Texas, and Mitchell Albritton of
     There will be an open house to                                                    the marriage of Kathleen
                                                                                                                                                                           Pearland, Texas, are pleased to
   honor Pat Grant’s 80th birthday on                                                  (Brooks) Hood, daughter of
                                                                                                                                                                           announce their engagement and
   Sunday, June 5, from 2 to 4 p.m.                                                    Dean and Linda Brooks of Britt,
                                                                                                                                                                           upcoming wedding.
   at the St. Francis Church Hall,                                                     and Doug Hood, son of Doug
                                                                                                                                                                              The bride-to-be is the daughter of
   Belmond.                                                                            and Debbie Hood of Tucson,
                                                                                                                                                                           Rick and Dawn Corrick of Garner.
     If you are unable to attend, a                                                    will be held on Saturday, June
                                                                                                                                                                           Barbara graduated from the Iowa
   card may be sent to 204 Country                                                     4, 5 p.m. - midnight at the
                                                                                                                                                                           State University with a degree
   Club Dr., Belmond, IA 50421. Pat                                                    Duncan Community Hall. The
                                                                                                                                                                           in elementary education. She is
   requests no gifts please.                                                           couple was married on March 5,
                                                                                                                                                                           employed as a technology specialist
                                                                                       2011 in Tucson. All family and
                                                                                                                                                                           with the Aldine Independent School
                                                                                       friends are welcome to attend.
                                                                                                                                                                              The groom-to-be is the son
                                                                                                                            Kathleen and Dough Hood                        of Ferril and Martha Albritton                   Barbara Corrick and
                                                                                                                                                                           of Ruston, Louisiana. Mitchell                    Mitchell Albritton
   Notice: Last call for Alumni Dinner    his niece, Wendy Smith.                                                                                                          received his bachelor of science          at Lyondell Basell.
at C-W-L High School, Monday, May                            **                                                                                                            degree in chemical engineering. He           The couple will be married July
30, at noon. If you have not made res-       Bud and Lois Kraft spent Saturday,
ervations yet-call today-583-2455.
   Barbara Devine of California has ar-
                                          May 14, at the Kathy and Mike Dobbs
                                          home in Ames.
                                                                                      Aksel and Stacy Nielson of Lu-
                                                                                    Verne are the proud new parents of a
                                                                                                                                  Births                                   is employed as a chemical engineer

                                                                                                                                                                             Hach, Juhl announce engagement
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     30, 2011 in Garner.

rived to be with her parents, Paul and       Betty Shipman was a Saturday, May      baby girl born on May 7, 2011 at 3:21     Baby Girl Humphrey
Sally Devine at Corwith and family in     14, overnight guest of Tom and Jane       p.m. at Trinity Regional Hospital in      Candace Humphrey of Clarion                    and upcoming wedding
Marshalltown for two weeks.               Eischen in Algona. On Sunday morn-        Fort Dodge. Rikiya Sue weighed 7        is pleased to announce the birth                    Alexa Hach and Kevin Juhl are
   Last weekend, May 14 and 15,           ing, they went to Fenton for the bap-     pounds 8.5 ounces and measured 19       of her daughter, Ashlynn Marie                   announcing their engagement and
Mary and Tom Murphy and girls and         tism of the twins.                        ¼ inches long. Rikiya has an older      Humphrey, on Wednesday, May                      upcoming wedding.
Noah, Abraham, and Zach Devine all                           **                     brother Cody, 6 and Carley, 4.          18, at Wright Medical Center.                       Parents of the couple are Mark
of Marshalltown came to the Devine           On Sunday, May 15, Justin Thomas         Grandparents are Deb Larson of        She weighed seven pounds, eight                  and Carol Juhl of Garner and
home.                                     Eischen and Jaren Thomas Eischen,         Crystal Lake and Christine Vogel        ounces. Ashlynn’s father is the late             Dave and Deb Hach of Reinbeck.
                    **                    sons of Ben and Janie Eischen of          of Custer, SD. Great grandparents       Kevin Askvig of Clarion. Excited                    The bride-elect is employed
   Maxine Zeigler, David Zeigler and      Whittemore were baptized at St. John
                                                                                    are Skip and Carmen Nielson of Lu-      siblings are Brooklyn Humphrey, 3,               as a health educator and will be
Angie Zeigler attended the gradua-        Lutheran Church in Fenton. All the
tion at Central Springs High School       family of Roger and Joyce Jensen          Verne, Wavel Lickman of Britt and       and Madison Askvig, 9.                           pursuing her master’s degree in
at Manly for Maxine’s granddaughter,      (Janie’s parents) attended and came to    Norma Johnson of Manhatten, KS.           Proud grandparents are Doug and                community health education at the
Daniel Welsh on Sunday, May 15.           the home of Tom and Jane Eischen in         Aksel is owner/operator of Nielson    Angie Humphrey and Dave and                      University of Northern Iowa in the
                    **                    Algona for the Baptismal dinner after-    Trucking and Stacy is the owner/op-     Cheryl Askvig of Clarion. Great-                 fall. The groom-elect is employed
   Elwood and Wava Geary attended         ward. (They even got a family photo       erator of Stylz by Stacy.               grandparents are Doug and Donna                  as a district sales manager at
the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. R.J.          taken). Ben’s aunt and uncle, Tom                           **                    Humphrey of Sierra Vista, Ariz.                  Pfister Seeds. Both received their
Geary in Ft. Dodge on Friday evening,     and Marg Mergen and family and also         The LuVerne Public Library is                                                          undergraduate degrees from the
May 20.                                   friends that were sponsors of the ba-     getting ready for their summer read-        Congregate Meals                             University of Northern Iowa.
                    **                    bies, came to the Eischen home for        ing program “One World – Many                 at Cardinal Grove                             The ceremony will take place
   Dick and Maryann Bennett of Ma-        dinner.                                   Stories.” Children’s programs will                                                       June 4 at 4:30 p.m., at the First
                                                                                                                                     Garner, Iowa                                                                        Alexa Hach and Kevin Juhl
comb, Mich., spent several days visit-                       **                     be held every Saturday during the                                                        Presbyterian Church in Cedar
ing Betty Williams. Dick was a former        Tuesday night, May 17, Richard and                                                  Menu is subject to change.
                                                                                    month of June. A special family pro-                  Monday, May 30                     Falls. The couple will reside in
Corwith resident and member of the        Shirley Hankom went to Mason City         gram is planned for Saturday, June      No meals - Memorial Day                          Cedar Falls.
Class of 1955. Thurman and Gerry          High School Vocal Concert. Their
                                                                                    25.                                                   Tuesday, May 31
Gaskill, former neighbors of the Ben-     grandson, Colin Halfpap was in it.
nett family were Sunday afternoon                            **                       The library will have a Saturday      Glazed Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes with

and evening, May 15, guests in the           Heather Walker of Vermillion, S. D.,   morning movie on May 28 begin-          Margarine, Spinach, White or Whole Wheat
                                                                                                                            Bread, Watermelon
                                                                                                                                                                             NEW LYRIC THEATRE—BELMOND, IA
Williams home. Monday, the Ben-           and Brice Grepin from France spent        ning at 10 a.m. Everyone is invited                 Wednesday, June 1                                      Showing May 27 thru June 2
netts and Betty were noon guests of       Wednesday until Saturday, May18-21,       to join them for a movie and pop-       Baked Chicken, Parsley Butter Potatoes,

Scott Whyte at The Loft. Dick and         with Jay and Nancy Gourley. Heather       corn.                                   Creamed Peas, White or Whole Wheat Bread
Scott are cousins. Monday afternoon,      returned to Vermillion and Brice re-                                              with Margarine, Peach Crisp
                                                                                                                                          Thursday, June 2
the Bennetts and Betty were guests of     turned to France.
                                                                                                                            Lasagna, Tossed Lettuce Salad with Dressing,
Thurman and Gerry where they toured                          **                                                             Garlic Toast, Apricot Halves, Oatmeal Raisin                                    RATED: “G”
Dick’s old neighborhood, saw the             Norman and Dianne Chambers at-                                                 Cookie
new Haweye Pride Egg facilities and       tended the wedding of Angela Smith                                                               Friday, June 3                             Fri. & Sat. 7:30 & 9:30 pm; Sun.-Thurs. 7:30 pm
enjoyed a steak dinner with the Gas-      and Walter O’Donohue at the United                                                Breaded Scrod Cod with Tartar Sauce, Scal-                          Ticket Prices (every night)
kills. Tuesday morning they visited       Methodist Church in Carroll, on Sat-                                              loped Potatoes, Diced Beets, White or Whole                    Adults - $2.00    15 & Under - $1.00
the Goldfield Cemetery where Dick’s        urday, May 17. The reception was held                                             Wheat Bread with Margarine
parents, Forrest and Harriet Bennett      at the Carolton Center. The bride’s
are buried.                               parents are Joyce and Dan Smith of             Please Join the                           You are invited to an                                 Graduation
   At noon, they were joined by Dale      Carroll and are cousins of Norman.
Yeoman, a classmate of Dick’s, and all    The Chambers attended a Brunch at                   Dodds!                             Open House                                              Open House
enjoyed lunch at The Loft.                the Smith home on Sunday morning.                                                          Graduation                                                   in honor of
                    **                                                                After 40 years in the truck
   Saturday afternoon, May 14, Doug                                                      equipment industry
                                                                                                                                                                                       Hillary Hilbert
Waltman, Becky Kerwin, Deb Warner                                                           Ivan is retiring.
and Chris Frisbie came to visit Leona
Welter. Other Saturday afternoon
                                                   Come & Go
                                                                                            June 3                               Nicole Genrich                                         Saturday, May 29th
                                                                                                                                                                                          4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
                                                  Bridal Shower                                                                     CWL Class of 2011
visitors were Debbie Lerdel, Denny                                                      4:00 - 8:00 p.m.                                                                                    at her home
DeGroote and David and Joyce De-
Groote. Overnight guests of Leona
                                                                                             VFW                                  Sunday, May 29                                     2301 130th St. Corwith, IA
                                                  Rachael Carroll
were Ken and Doralyn Bensen, Dan-                                                      3rd St., Garner, IA                              The Loft
ny and Donnelle Janssen and Wendy                      Bride-to-be of
                                                                                                                                                                                Graduation Reception
Smith.                                              Nathan Jacobson
                                                                                      Beer & hors d’oeuvres                            in Corwith                                            honoring
                                                    Saturday, June 4                        DJ from                                  (204 NW Elm St.)
   Saturday night, May 14, Bob De-
Groote’s family celebrated his 90th               10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.               9:00 p.m. to midnight                        5 p.m. to 8 p.m.                               KAREN MEYERS
birthday at Emerald’s in Algona. At-                    Corwith                                                                                                                    Sunday, May 29, 2011
tending were his kids: Don and Deb-                Community Center                                                                                                                   4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
bie Lerdel, Denny DeGroote, Ken and
Doralyn Bensen, Danny and Donnelle                     Corwith, IA                        Kyle Hauswirth                                                                          (immediately following Commencement)
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Family Eye Care supports Avery                                                                                                                     Publisher’s Notebook                              	 Use	 this	
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Avery Theater restoration project. Neil Fell accepts the check                                                                                           the Pioneer Enterprise
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ater operational by March of 2012. The Furmans look forward to                      marketing conference in West Des                                                                                           rewnewals	can	take	up	to	two	weeks	
opening night at the Avery. How about you? (LEADER photo by                         Moines.                                                                                                                    to	process,	and	may	cause	lags	in	ser-
Rebecca Peter)                                                                         Clear Lake Bank & Trust re-           By Ryan Harvey                           continue to keep us busy. The
                                                                                                                                                                                                               vice	if	not	planned	ahead.	Didn’t Get
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                                                                                                                               This week in the Leader office          overhang and old non-working             your	paper	in	Wednesday’s	mail,	call	
                                                                                    timedia entry titled, “Testimonial       we’ve experienced a bit of joy and a     overhead sign were removed last          the	Garner	Post	Office	or	The	Leader	
                                                                                    Campaign.” The television, radio,        bit of sadness.                          week giving our building a different     at	923-2684.
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                                                                                    advertising campaign featured more       Sarah Freesemann joined our staff.       mounted sign in the near future.
                                                                                                                                                                                                               	 Pam	 DeVries,	 1-800-558-1244,	
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                                                                                       Award winners were chosen from        She will be covering high school           We’ve recently completed our           	 Call	 Jennifer	 Roberts	 at	 641-923-
                                                                                    a field of 90 entries representing        sports for West Hancock and C-W-L.       graduation and fine arts tabs.            2684	or	email	glsports@qwestoffice.
                                                                                    excellence in bank marketing. The        She’ll be taking on additional duties    We salute those students for the
                                                                                    judges were advertising, public rela-                                                                                          Paper or Internet Advertising
                                                                                                                             in the week’s ahead so look for more     outstanding successes throughout         	 Barb	 Lange,	 641-923-2684	 or	
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Printing, Retail
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                                                                                    non-print categories.                    home and assist her husband with his     opportunity to salute those students     	 We	offer	complete	printing	for	bro-
                                                                                       Clear Lake Bank & Trust is a lo-      growing business. Her final day at        who don’t participate in athletics.      chures,	 newsletters,	 business	 cards,	
                                                                                    cally owned financial services in-        the office is Thursday, May 26. Barb      Many times these young men and           posters,	 photos,	 clothing,	 specialties	
                                                                                    stitution founded in 1934 with lo-       has been instrumental in many of the     women spend just as much time
                                                                                                                                                                                                               and	more!
                                                                                    cations in Clear Lake, Garner and                                                                                                      Administration
                                                                                                                             projects we’ve done at the Leader        preparing and performing as our          	 Publisher:	Ryan	Harvey,	515-689-
                                                                                    Mason City.                              office over the past three years and      student-athletes.                        1151	or	email	ryanharvey@iowacon-
                                                                                       The IBA serves more than 95 per-      she will be sorely missed. In the          We’re also finishing up our 2011
Poppy Day                                                                           cent of banks and savings institu-
                                                                                    tions in the state by providing legis-
                                                                                                                             meantime, I’ll be replacing her on
                                                                                                                             the sales route over the next few
                                                                                                                                                                      Garner Buy-It Guide. Sales on the
                                                                                                                                                                      project should be completed in the
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Charity Edgar (left), a volunteer for the American Legion Auxilia-                                                                                                                                             net
                                                                                    lative advocacy, training, regulatory    weeks until a capable replacement        next few days, so those who haven’t
ry Unit 256, accepts a donation from Ana Olsthoorn. The Ameri-                                                                                                                                                                 News Tips
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be able to lower your health risks by     fat around your waist may increase        as vegetables, fruits, whole grains,                               Angela McGregor, ARNP                                               The Leader Staff
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losing weight, doing regular physical     health risks even more than fat else-     and low-fat meat and dairy products                                    Mon 8:00-5:00                                       continuous	 years	 of	 service:	 Betty
activity and eating healthfully.          where on your body. Women with a          more often. Eat just enough food to                                                                                        Shimpan, Corwtih	 Correspondant;	
  The NIH explains that if you are        waist measurement of more than 35         satisfy you. Aim for at least 30 min-
                                                                                                                                                          Tues 8:00-12:00                                      Rebecca Peter,	News	Editor,	Report-
overweight or obese, you may be at        inches and men with a waist mea-          utes of moderate-intensity physical                                 Wed, Thurs 1:30-5:00                                   ing,	 Photographer;	 Ana Olsthoorn,	
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lems: type 2 diabetes; coronary heart     have an increased risk for obesity-re-    all days of the week. To lose weight,                                                                                      sign,	Specialty	Print	Projects;	Jeanne
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drome; certain types of cancer; sleep       If you are overweight, losing as lit-   likely need to do more than 30 min-                          the Britt Medical Clinic:                                     Joella Leider, Wesley	Correspondant;	
apnea; osteoarthritis; gallbladder dis-   tle as 5 percent of your body weight      utes of moderate physical activity                                                                                         Diane Fisher, LuVerne	 Correspon-
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     “We now accept credit cards”                                    730 West 3rd St., Garner, IA                                                                                                                                 • The Leader • The Leader • The Leader •                                                                                 FAITH & PRAISE                                                                               Wednesday, May 25, 2011 • The             Leader 5

Area churches team up with Bible camp
	 United	 Methodist	 Church,	 Garner,	        kindergarten	is	offered.
and	Faith	Lutheran	Church,	Miller,	are	       	 Day	 camp	 runs	 Monday,	 July	 11	            St. Paul Lutheran
teaming	 up	 with	 Ingham	 Okoboji	 Lu-       through	Thursday,	July	14,	from	3	to	8	
theran	Bible	Camps	for	day	camp	this	         p.m.	Preschool	camp	is	3-6	p.m.	at	the	          Confirmands
summer.                                       United	 Methodist	 Church,	 885	 Maben	          The following eighth grade
	 All	 youth	 are	 invited.	At	 day	 camp,	   in	Garner.                                       youth were confirmed in their
kids	will	encounter	a	week	packed	with	       	 Camp	 participants	 bring	 their	 own	         faith on Palm Sunday, April
Christ-centered	 activities,	 games,	 arts	   sack	 meal	 each	 day,	 however	 a	 snack	       17, 2011, at St. Paul Lutheran
and	crafts,	songs,	skits,	and	Bible-based	    and	beverage	are	provided.                       Church,      Garner:     (front
lessons.                                      	 The	week	concludes	with	a	Thursday	            row, left to right) Sadhna
	 A	 team	 of	 Christ-centered,	 trained,	    Day	Camp	Celebration,	where	campers	             Ades, Taylor Vossberg,
and	 energetic	 staff	 from	 Ingham	 Oko-     show	all	they’ve	experienced	celebrat-           Brianna      Doble,     Beckie
boji	will	lead	the	week’s	festivities.	The	   ing	Christ.                                      Jutting, Hailey Fandel, (back
theme	is,	Out	of	This	World!	The	theme	       	 Registration	 deadline	 is	 June	 12.	         row) Korey Engebretson,
verse	for	the	week	is	John	15:19b.            Forms	are	available	at	the	Garner	UMC	           Corey Hauptmann, Clayton
	 Day	camp	is	for	youth	who	will	have	        church	office.                                   Prescott,      Pastor     Dale
completed	 Kindergarten	 through	 fifth	      		 Contact	the	church	office	at	923-2191	        Glawatz. (Photo courtesy of
grade	in	the	2010-11	school	year.	Pre-        for	 information	 on	 fees	 or	 other	 ques-     Madsen Photography)
school	camp	for	children	3	years	(toilet	     tions.	Financial	assistance	is	available.
trained)	 through	 those	 ready	 to	 enter	

                   Baptist                               GARNER EVANGELICAL FREE                           ST. JOHN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN                      UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                                          Presbyterian
                                                                     CHURCH                                               CHURCH                                           885 Maben
       GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH                                    580 Hwy 18 E., Garner                                 2405 260th St., Garner                                  Garner                             UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
             202 McKinley St.                                     Phone 923-6092                                        Phone 829-4493                                  Phone 923-2191                                      475 Maben Ave.
                PO Box 152                                                              The Rev. Carl Hedberg                            Pastor Sandi Gobeli                                        Garner
            Corwith, IA 50430                                Haddon Anderson, Pastor                                    Sunday, May 29                                 Thursday, May 26                                     Phone 923-2274
             Ph. 515-583-2501                                    Thursday, May 26                         10 a.m. Worship Service                         4-6 p.m. God’s Pantry                                           Justin Asche, Pastor
                   Fridays                          6:30 a.m. Prayer/Bible Study                                       Wednesday, June 1                                Sunday, May 29                             Janet Dorenkamp, Associate Pastor
7:30 p.m. Bible Study                               5:30 p.m. GAP Parenting Program                       4 p.m. Confirm 2                                8 a.m. Adult Sunday School                                        Sunday, May 29
                  Sundays                                          Friday, May 27                         5:30 p.m. Confirm 1                             9:30 a.m. Worship Celebration                       8:30 a.m. The Wired Word
9 a.m. Worship                                      6:30 a.m. Prayer/Bible Study                              ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH                                  Monday, May 30                        9:20 a.m. Hymn Sing
10 a.m. Sunday School                                             Sunday, May 29                                  PO Box 212, 517 SE Elm St.              9-11 a.m. God’s Pantry Open                         9:30 a.m. Worship/ Quarter Sun/ Justin
                                                    8:30 am.. Prayer Meeting                                           Corwith, IA 50430                  1 p.m. Quilters                                     Asche
                  Catholic                          9 a.m. Sunday School                                           Barbara Chapman, Pastor                              Tuesday, May 31                       10:30 a.m. Fellowship
                                                    10 a.m. Worship Service                                                Sundays                        9:30 a.m. Bible Study at D Christensen’s                         Wednesday, June 1
 THE CATHOLIC COMMUNITIES OF                        7:30 p.m. Sojourn High School                         9:15 a.m. Sunday School                                      Wednesday, June 1                      1 p.m. From the Heart Workshop
  HANCOCK COUNTY ST. BONIFACE                                     Monday, May 30                          10:30 a.m. Worship                              1 p.m. Quilters
          CATHOLIC CHURCH                           6:30 a.m. Prayer/Bible Study                                                                          6 p.m. SPRC Meeting                                                   Reformed
     660 Bush, Garner Phone 923-2329                              Tuesday, May 31                             ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH
      ST. WENCESLAUS CATHOLIC                       6:30 a.m. Prayer/Bible Study                                         810 State Street                     UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                                 At the Crossroads Ministries
            CHURCH Duncan                           6 p.m. Young Couples Group                                                Garner                                     201 Willow St.                           BRITT CHRISTIAN REFORMED
   ST. PATRICK CATHOLIC CHURCH                                   Wednesday, June 1                                       Phone 923-2261                                      Goodell                                          CHURCH
                     Britt                          6 a.m. Men’s Outreach & Bible Study                                Pastor Dale Glawatz                               641-495-6102                                   569 Main Ave., N., Britt
        Fr. Dennis W. Miller, Pastor                7 p.m. Teen Guys & Girls Small Group                                Thursday, May 26                              Pastor Paddy Druhl                                  Pastor Joel De Boer
   Fr. Donald A. Hertges, Associate Pastor                                                                7 p.m. VBS Program                                            Sunday, May 29                                         843-3308
             Thursday, May 26                                       Independent                                         Saturday, May 28                  9:30 a.m. Worship Service                                         Sunday, May 29
8 a.m. Mass at Garner                                                                                     9 a.m. Women’s Bible Study & Fellowship         Potluck & Program, Pastor Paddy Retirement          9:30 a.m. Worship
               Friday, May 27                         OPEN ARMS CHRISTIAN MINISTRY                                       Sunday, May 29                                 Tuesday, May 31                       10:45 a.m. Sunday School
7:30 a.m. Mass at Britt                                              CHURCH                                     Service may be heard at 12:30 p.m.        2 p.m. Study
             Saturday, May 28                                    Garner Ed. Center                                     on 107.3 KIOW-FM                       UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                              PEACE REFORMED CHURCH
10 a.m. Reconciliation at Garner                                    325 W. 8th St.                        8:40 a.m. Senior Choir Practice                                   Klemme                                      3 mi. S. Hwy 69 Garner
4:15 p.m. Reconciliation at Duncan                              Phone 641-425-4095                        9 a.m. Worship                                              Pastor Paddy Druhl                                   Phone 923-3060
5 p.m. Mass at Duncan                                            Pastor Keith Hood                        10 a.m. Fellowship Time                                       Phone 587-2540                                   The Rev. Harvey Opp
              Sunday, May 29                                       Sunday, May 29                                                                                       Sunday, May 29                              www.peacereformed
7:15 a.m. Reconciliation at Britt                   9:30 a.m. Praise & Worship (Ed Ctr)                                    Methodist                      9:30 a.m. Worship Service                                        Sunday, May 29
8 a.m. Mass at Britt                                10:30 a.m. Fellowship & Coffee                                                                                      Tuesday, May 31                       9:30 a.m. Sunday School
10 a.m. Mass at Garner                              6:30 p.m. Adult Study (Pastor’s house)                    UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                     9:30 a.m. Bible Study                               10:30 a.m. Worship
              Monday, May 30                                      Monday, May 30                                       707 4th St., SW
Memorial Day                                        9:30 a.m. Bible Study-M Upmeyer                                          Britt                            UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                           ZION EVANGELICAL & REFORMED
9 a.m. Mass at Britt, St. Patrick Cemetery                       Wednesday, June 1                                  The Rev. Robert Dodge                                  306 3rd St.                                          CHURCH
             Wednesday, June 1                      6:30 p.m. Pot-luck Dinner (Ed Ctr)                                    843-3523                                     LuVerne, IA 50560                                   760 W. 8th, Garner
8 a.m. Mass at Duncan                               7:30 p.m. Jr/Sr Youth Group (Doc’s)                                    Sundays                                     Ph. 515-882-3509                                     Phone 923-3152
5 p.m. Reconciliation at Britt                                                                            9 a.m. Worship                                           The Rev. Cynthia Morrison                               Brian Lund, Pastor
5:30 p.m. Mass at Britt                                                Lutheran                                                                                             Sundays                                         Thursday, May 26
                                                                                                            UNITED METHODIST CHURCHES                     9 a.m. Worship                                      7:30 a.m. Concord Care Prayer Breakfast
SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH                         FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA)                                   CORWITH & WESLEY                      10 a.m. Sunday School                                              Sunday, May 29
                 124th Ave.                                            Miller                                       214 Clinton St., Box 217                              Wednesdays                          9:15 a.m. Sunday School
           Livermore, IA 50558                                  Handicap Accessible                                   Corwith, IA 50430                   7 a.m Prayer Breakfast                              10:30 a.m. Worship
             Ph. 515-679-4279                                    Phone 927-4413                                     The Rev. Beatrice Kinzler                                                                               Tuesday, May 31
                  Sundays                                     Rose Visser, Lay Minister                                     Sundays                                                                           9 a.m. Prayer Group
10 a.m. Mass                                                      Sunday, May 29                          9 a.m. Worship at Wesley                                                                            1:30 p.m. Prairie View Services
                                                    9:30 a.m. Worship                                     9:15 a.m. Sunday School at Corwith                                                                               Wednesday, June 1
 ST. BENEDICT CATHOLIC CHURCH                       10:30 a.m. Coffee                                     10:15 a.m. Sunday School at Wesley                                                                  6:15 p.m. Adult Bible Study
              2003 190th St.                        10:45 a.m. Sunday School                              10:30 a.m. Worship at Corwith
            Algona, IA 50511                                                                              Corwith Food Pantry by Appt.
            Ph. 515-679-4279                              FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH
                Saturdays                                          70 5th Ave, NW                   My son, if you have put up security for your neighbor, if you have struck hands in pledge for another, if you
6:30 p.m. Mass                                                           Britt                      have been trapped by what you said, ensnared by thewords of your mouth, then do this, my son, to free
                                                                  Pastor Lee Nelson
    ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH                                        843-3172                      yourself, since you have fallen into your neighbor’s hands: Go and humble yourself; press your plea with your
              403 East St., S.                                     Sunday, May 29
             Wesley, IA 50483                       9 a.m. Sunday School                            neighbor! Allow no sleep to your eyes, no slumber to your eyelids. Free yourself, like a gazelle from the hand of
            Ph. 515-679-4279                        10 a.m. Service                                 the hunter, like a bird from the snare of the fowler. –Proverbs 6:1
7:30 a.m. Mass
                Saturdays                                                 Support your local churches with an ad on the church page. Call toll free 866-923-2684 for prices.
5 p.m. Mass

8 a.m. Mass                                                    Corwith Red Power, Inc.                                                                                                        Gold Eagle Cooperative
             Church of Christ
                                                                Bud Jermeland
                                                                   Manager                                                          TRENCHING, INC.                                      Grain	•	Feed	Seed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Corwith	 583-2462
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Wesley	 679-4272
                                                                  Corwith, IA                                                  Dave McPeak                                                   Chemicals                           Titonka	 928-2272
   IMMANUEL REFORMED UNITED                                      Ph. 583-2364                  A TRADITION IN LEADERSHIP       LuVerne, IA • 882-3700 or 882-3313                        Custom	Application
            North Fourth & Elder
                  Klemme                                                             Security                                    Pro Advantage Services®, Inc.
                                                                                                                                “For All Your Insurance Needs”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Wade Eisenbarth
              Phone 587-2462
           Pastor Donna Buckman                                                      State Bank                            	    										Mike	Pearson,	           Corwith,	IA
                                                                                                                                                                                           Services                      LuVerne, IA 50560
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          (515) 882-3234
               Sunday, May 29                                                             102 Dewitt St • P.O. Box 365
                                                                                                                                Glen	Schulz,	Wendy	Jensen	      515-583-2153              Agronomic	Products/Services
                                                                                        LuVerne, IA 50560 • Ph. 882-3277   	
9 a.m. Worship
                                                                 Ludwig Services, Inc.
                                                                                                                                                                                             HIGHWAY	18
10 a.m. Sunday School

                                                                                                                                 BoB Becker construction
             Wednesday, June 1
5 p.m. 1st Year Confirmation                                                                                                                                                               Wesley           HIGHWAY
                                                                                                                                                                                            Iowa          FARM SUPPLY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      HIGHWAY	17

6 p.m. 2nd Year Confirmation                                         Al                                        Ray
                                                                  583-2145                                   295-9410                                                                          Golden Harvest • SOI • Chicks       679-4338
             Evangelical Free                                      Corwith          Farm 679-4085             Wesley               Wesley, IA 50483 Ph. (515) 679-4373                         Dekalb • RMP • McNess Feeds       ANNE STUDER

     EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH                                                                                                           HANCOCK COUNTY
                                                                                             Donald W. Furman, OD
             810 Second Ave SW                                                                                                          CO-OP OIL ASS’N.
                                                                                                                                           245 State St., Garner
                     Britt                                                                                                                Garner • Klemme • Ventura
             Pastor Stan Johnson                                                         Garner               Britt                          Phone 923-2635                                        190 State St., Box 169 • Garner, IA 50438
             Pastor Mark Stevens                                                        923-3737            843-3841                                                                               Phone: 641-923-3741 Fax: 641-923-2812
               Sunday, May 29                                                                                                  SMITH’S                    376 State Street
9 a.m. Services                                                     Ollenburg Motors Inc.                                                                 Garner, IA 50438
                                                                                                                                                          Ph. 641-923-2227                Douglas S. Hayes, AAMS                 200 State Street
No Sunday School                                                Chevy • Pontiac • Chrysler • Olds                                                                                                                                PO Box 143
                                                                    525 Hwy. 18 W, Garner, IA 50438                                                                                       Financial Advisor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Garner, IA 50438
                                                                           Phone 923-2861                                                             Your Local Lennox Dealer                                                   Bus. 641-923-3295
     EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH                                                                                                   HARDWARE          Plumbing • Heating • Air Conditioning                    Toll-free 800-542-6933
              502 Reed St., W.
             Wesley, IA 50483                                                                                                      PRITCHARD AUTO CO.                                        Garner Leader & Signal
             Ph. 515-679-4460                                          North Iowa Grain
                                                                                                                                                                                                     “Your Hometown Newspaper”
         Jason Boomgarden, Pastor                                         Equipment                                                                                                                    365 State, St., Garner, IA
                  Sundays                                                  Highway 18 • Garner, IA                                50 State St.                    Highway 18E                               641-923-2684
9 a.m. Worship                                                                Phone 923-2862                                      Garner, IA.                       Britt, IA.            
                                                                                                                                 641-923-3659                     641-843-3871
10:15 a.m. Sunday School
 6   The Leader • Wednesday, May 25, 2011                                                                                                                                                                                           

                                                                                                                                                                                                 RSVP Celebrates Volunteer
                                                                                                 Mick named to Iowa League                                                                       Investment in Future Generation
                                                                                                                                                                             	 Over	 100	 North	 Central	 Iowa	                           Kopacek
                                                                                                 of Cities of Legislative                                                    RSVP	 volunteers	 were	 recognized	                          	 Clear	 Lake:	 Janet	 Christensen,	
                                                                                                                                                                             for	 their	 generous	 donation	 of	 time	                    Connie	 Clapsaddle-Heine,	 Ellen	
                                                                                                 Policy Committee                                                            and	 talents	 provided	 to	 elementary	                      Jandebeur
                                                                                                                                                                             and	 middle	 school	 students	 in	 the	                      	 Forest	 City:	 Mike	 Ebaugh,	 Mari-
                                                                                             	 Kenton	 Mick,	 Mayor	 of	 Gar-
                                                                                                                                                                             North	Iowa	region.	Volunteers	were	                          lyn	Erding,	Tiny	Shelton
                                                                                             ner,	currently	serves	on	the	Iowa	
                                                                                                                                                                             honored	with	a	special	luncheon	cel-                         	 Garner:	 Carrol	 Boehnke,	 Dolores	
                                                                                             League	 of	 Cities	 Legislative	
                                                                                                                                                                             ebration	held	Thursday,	May	12,	on	                          Boehnke
                                                                                             Policy	 Committee.	 The	 commit-
                                                                                                                                                                             the	NIACC	campus.	                                           	 Ventura	Heights:	Janelle	Renner
                                                                                             tee	meets	several	times	each	year.	
                                                                                                                                                                             	 The	 President’s	 Council	 on	 Ser-                        	 RSVP	Advisory	Council	members,	
                                                                                             Using	feedback	from	member	cit-
                                                                                                                                                                             vice	 and	 Civic	 Participation	 was	                        and	hosts	for	the	recognition	event,	
                                                                                             ies,	the	committee	develops	legis-
                                                                                                                                                                             established	in	2003	to	recognize	the	                        included:	 Joe	 Angstman,	 Adriana	
                                                                                             lative	priority	suggestions	for	the	
                                                                                                                                                                             valuable	 contributions	 volunteers	                         Attleson,	Janis	Borum,	Tony	Coloff,	
                                                                                             upcoming	legislative	session.
                                                                                                                                                                             are	making	in	our	communities.	The	                          Mike	Ebaugh,	Tim	Fleming,	Brenda	
                                                                                             	 Mick	 and	 26	 other	 commit-
                                                                                                                                                                             Council	 established	 a	 President’s	                        Hanson,	 Joan	 Hanson,	 Craig	 Hick-
                                                                                             tee	 members	 were	 appointed	 to	
                                                                                                                                                                             Volunteer	Service	Award	as	a	way	to	                         ok,	Andy	 Hill,	 John	 Severtson,	 and	
Bash on the Farm receive grants                                                              the	 committee	 by	 the	 League’s	
                                                                                             Executive	 Board	 President.	 The	
                                                                                                                                                                             thank	and	honor	Americans	who,	by	                           Sharon	Steckman.
Iowa Network Services, Inc. and Communications 1 of Kanawha                                                                                                                  their	demonstrated	commitment	and	                           	 For	more	information	on	RSVP	of	
                                                                                             committee’s	 recommended	 Leg-
announce that the Bash on the Farm is the recipient of a $250                                                                                                                example,	inspire	others	to	engage	in	                        North	 Central	 Iowa,	 visit
                                                                                             islative	 priorities	 will	 be	 voted	
Charity Grant from Iowa Network Services and a $750 grant from                                                                                                               volunteer	 service.	 Measured	 by	 the	            	 or	 contact	 1-888-466-
                                                                                             on	 by	 the	 general	 membership	
Communications 1. Kent Atha (left) of Iowa Network Services                                                                                                                  cumulative	 hours	 earned	 over	 the	                        4222,	 ext.	 4256,	 641-422-4256,	 or	
                                                                                             at	 the	Annual	 Business	 Meeting,	
and Randy Yeakle (right) Communitcations 1 Director, present                                                                                                                 course	 of	 a	 lifetime,	 three	 levels	 of	                 email	 to	 RSVP	 of	
                                                                                             the	 Friday	 of	 the	 League’s	 An-
the award to John Wacker. Communications 1 Network provides                                                                                    Kenton Mick                   awards	 are	 given:	 Bronze	 awards	                         North	Central	Iowa	serves	the	coun-
                                                                                             nual	 Conference	 and	 Exhibit	 to	
service to the Klemme area and supported the grant application                                                                                                               (100	to	249	lifetime	service	hours),	                        ties	of	Cerro	Gordo,	Hancock,	Win-
                                                                                             be	 held	 in	 Des	 Moines,	 Sept.	 21	 the	 Legislative	 Priority	 commit-
submitted by Bash on the Farm. The annual Christian gospel
                                                                                                                                    tee	and	his	sixth	year	as	Mayor	of	      Silver	 awards	 (250	 to	 499	 lifetime	                     nebago	 and	 Worth,	 which	 provides	
                                                                                             to	23.
and rock event will be held at the Wacker farm, 1950 Hwy. 69, 4                                                                                                              service	 hours)	 and	 Gold	 awards	                          meaningful,	 purposeful	 volunteer	
                                                                                             	 This	 is	 Mick’s	 second	 year	 on	 Garner.
miles south of Garner, June 10-11. (Submitted photo)                                                                                                                         (500+	hours).                                                opportunities	for	people	ages	55	and	
                                                                                                                                                                             	 Local	 volunteers	 with	 RSVP	 of	                         over	as	they	respond	to	priority	com-
UI analyst says farm crisis still reverberates in latest census data                                                                                                         North	Central	Iowa	who	were	recog-                           munity	needs.
	 Iowa’s	farm	crisis	ended	more	than	 lived	 in	 incorporated	 cities	 in	 1980,	 counties	has	declined	by	8.7	percent.	 Moines	and	Cedar	Rapids-Iowa	City	 nized	for	reaching	one	of	these	life-                                         	 RSVP	is	sponsored	by	North	Iowa	
20	 years	 ago,	 but	 a	 University	 of	 before	 the	 crisis	 began.	 Schott	 said	 In	2010,	49.7	percent	of	Iowa’s	total	 areas,	such	as	Waukee,	Johnston	and	 time	award	levels,	include:                                               Area	 Community	 College	 and	 is	
Iowa	 analyst	 said	 last	 year’s	 census	 the	rural-to-urban	trend	is	evident	in	 population	 resided	 in	 the	 eight	 most	 North	 Liberty.	 Cities	 in	 that	 popula- Silver                                                           partly	funded	by	the	Corporation	for	
data	 shows	 its	 impact	 still	 rumbles	 almost	every	part	of	the	state.	In	76	of	 populous	counties,	compared	to	42.4	 tion	range	grew	by	46.7	percent	dur- 	 Britt:	Lois	DeLeon,	Darell	Schaper                                        National	 and	 Community	 Service,	
through	the	state.                            Iowa’s	99	counties,	the	percentage	of	 percent	in	1980.                               ing	the	decade.                          Bronze                                                       State	of	Iowa,	United	Way	of	North	
	 Jeff	Schott,	director	of	the	UI	Insti- residents	living	in	cities	increased	in	 	 Only	six	counties	have	gained	pop- 	 Central	Iowa	continues	to	emerge	as	 	 Britt:	 Beverly	 Diemer,	 Bren-                                           Central	Iowa	and	local	county	gov-
tute	of	Public	Affairs,	said	Iowa’s	ru- 2010	compared	to	2000.                            ulation	 in	 every	 census	 since	 1980:	 the	 state’s	 dominant	 population	 cen- da	 Hanson,	 Don	 Kopacek,	 Kay	                             ernments.
ral-to-urban	 population	 shift	 is	 even	 	 Schott	 noted	 that	 the	 eight	 coun- Dallas,	Marion,	Polk,	Story	and	War- ter,	 as	 Polk	 County	 and	 its	 adjacent	
more	pronounced	in	a	deeper	exami- ties	 with	 a	 population	 of	 more	 than	 ren,	all	in	the	Des	Moines-Ames	area,	 counties	 now	 make	 up	 23.9	 percent	                                     Hancock County Fair
nation	of	the	2010	U.S.	census	data.          50,000	 people	 had	 a	 combined	 and	Johnson,	home	to	Iowa	City	and	 of	the	state’s	population.	In	1980,	the	
	 “When	you	look	back	to	1980,	the	 overall	 population	 increase	 of	 10.9	 the	 University	 of	 Iowa.	At	 the	 same	 region	 accounted	 for	 only	 18.3	 per-                                  Tractor Tour Set for July 29
shift	is	dramatic,	and	it’s	not	slowing	 percent	 between	 2000	 and	 2010.	 In	 time,	 42	 counties	 have	 lost	 popula- cent	of	the	overall	population.
                                                                                                                                                                             	 The	 2011	 Hancock	 County	 Fair	                          will	continue	on	south	and	west	on	a	
down,”	 said	 Schott,	 who	 analyzed	 contrast,	 population	 in	 the	 other	 91	 tion	in	every	census,	and	53	counties	 	 Schott	 said	 those	 numbers	 are	 im-
                                                                                                                                                                             Tractor	Tour,	conducted	by	the	Han-                          route	to	St.	Benedict	where	they	will	
the	data	for	the	Iowa	League	of	Cit- counties	 dropped	 by	 1.8	 percent.	 Of	 have	shed	10	percent	or	more	of	their	 portant	for	policy	makers	as	they	plan	
                                                                                                                                                                             cock	 County	 Agricultural	 Museum	                          stop	for	lunch	and	a	social	time	at	the	
ies.	 “It	 shows	 how	 badly	 Iowa	 was	 the	 129	 cities	 registering	 the	 largest	 population	in	the	past	30	years.              for	the	future	of	rural	Iowa.
                                                                                                                                                                             will	be	held	on	Friday,	July	29.	This	                       Bill	and	Richard	Ludwig	farm.	
clobbered	economically	in	the	1980s	 population	 decline	 during	 the	 past	 	 Schott’s	 analysis	 found	 that	 be- 	 “Planning	 for	 population	 decline	
                                                                                                                                                                             is	 the	 seventh	 annual	 tractor	 tour,	                    	 When	the	tour	resumes,	it	will	trav-
and	how	long-lasting	its	affects	have	 decade,	all	but	one	were	smaller	than	 tween	2000	and	2010,	the	number	of	 is	 a	 lot	 different	 than	 planning	 for	
                                                                                                                                                                             which	 began	 in	 2005.	 Each	 year	                         el	to	Corwith	for	one	final	rest	stop	
been.	 The	 impacts	 have	 lasted	 for	 a	 1,000	residents.                               people	living	in	cities	with	a	popula- growth,”	he	said.	“It’s	going	to	be	a	
                                                                                                                                                                             the	tour	visits	a	different	area	of	the	                     before	 returning	 to	 the	 ag	 museum	
generation	now.”                              	 He	said	the	longer-term	perspective	 tion	 greater	 than	 10,000	 grew	 by	 11	 challenge	 for	 local	 governments	 to	
                                                                                                                                                                             county	and	nearby	areas.	                                    on	the	fairgrounds	at	Britt.	Coupons	
	 As	 a	 result	 of	 the	 crisis,	 more	 and	 is	even	more	striking.	Since	1980,	the	 percent.	The	fastest	growing	cities	in	 meet	the	challenges	they	have	to	face,	
                                                                                                                                                                             	 Drivers	 and	 support	 teams	 will	                        for	an	ice	cream	treat	will	be	distrib-
more	of	Iowa’s	population	live	in	cit- population	of	the	eight	largest	coun- the	group	were	those	with	a	popula- especially	 as	 their	 population	 ages	
                                                                                                                                                                             check	in	at	the	north	entrance	to	the	                       uted	at	the	museum	to	be	redeemed	
ies.	 That	 number	 was	 79	 percent	 in	 ties	 has	 increased	 by	 22.5	 percent,	 tion	 between	 10,000	 and	 20,000,	 and	there	are	fewer	resources	to	pay	
                                                                                                                                                                             fairgrounds	 between	 6:30	 and	 7:30	                       at	the	snowmobilers	stand.
2010,	up	from	the	74.6	percent	who	 while	the	population	of	the	other	91	 most	 of	 them	 in	 the	 booming	 Des	 for	the	services	that	will	be	needed.”
                                                                                                                                                                             a.m.	 Breakfast	 will	 be	 served	 start-                    	 The	application	fee,	prepaid	in	ad-

Dividing Perennials                                                                                                                                                          ing	at	7	a.m.	with	a	drivers	meeting	
                                                                                                                                                                             following	at	7:30.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          vance,	 is	 $40	 and	 includes:	 break-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          fast,	lunch,	and	a	t-shirt.	If	no	t-shirt	
by	 Rick	 Pleggenkuhle,	 Horticulture	 are	 tough	 plants	 and	 are	 rarely	 af- (Rudbeckia),	 Salvia,	 Phlox,	 Shasta	 splitting	it	apart.	Replant	as	soon	as	 	 This	year,	the	cavalcade	will	depart	                                   is	desired,	the	fee	is	$30.
Program	 Coordinator,	 ISU	 Exten- fected	when	divided	and	transplant- Daisy	 (Leucanthemum),	 Speedwell	 possible	or	keep	them	moist	and	out	 from	the	fairgrounds	at	8	a.m.	head-                                                       	 Applications	 and	 fees	 are	 due	 by	
sion-Cerro	Gordo	County                       ed.	Perennials	are	divided	for	many	 (Veronica),	Stonecrop	(Sedum),	and	 of	 direct	 sunlight.	 Soak	 the	 plants	 ing	west	to	Wesley	where	there	will	                                     July	 9.	 Contact	 Darrell	 Schaper	 at	
	 After	spending	last	weekend	work- reasons	including:	to	rejuvenate	and	 Yarrow	 (Achillea).	 Most	 of	 these	 with	water	after	replanting.                                 be	a	short	rest	stop	with	coffee	and	                        641-843-4362	 for	 information	 and	
ing	 in	 the	 yard,	 I	 noticed	 that	 the	 increase	 flowering,	 to	 limit	 size,	 or	 listed	 above	 will	 grow	 enough	 that	 	 I	 encourage	 you	 to	 spend	 a	 few	 rolls.                                                           application	forms.
Black	 Eyed	 Susan’s	 (Rudbeckia	 to	 share	 a	 unique	 variety	 with	 oth- they	can	be	divided	and	transplanted	 minutes	this	spring	looking	at	the	pe- 	 Following	 the	 break,	 the	 tractors	
fulgida	 ‘Goldsturm’)	 are	 getting	 ers.	Most	plants	respond	well	when	 every	three	to	four	years.                                 rennials	in	your	garden	or	landscape.	
rather	large.	They	were	planted	about	 divided	in	the	spring	while	others	do	 	 When	 dividing	 perennials	 in	 the	 Do	you	have	varieties	that	have	not	                                        Taylor receives
five	 years	 ago	 as	 small,	 one	 gallon	 best	late	summer	to	early	fall.                spring,	wait	until	the	new	growth	be- been	 performing	 well	 and	 are	 in	
plants.	As	they	begin	to	emerge	this	 	 For	 those	 of	 you	 that	 have	 peren- gins	to	emerge,	this	way	you	will	be	 need	of	rejuvenating;	or	do	you	have	                                      pharmacy award at
spring,	I	noticed	that	each	plant	now	 nials	 in	 your	 yard	 that	 are	 in	 need	 able	to	see	how	large	it	is.	Dig	com- a	special	Hosta	that	you	would	like	                                    Drake University
covers	an	area	at	least	the	size	of	a	 of	 dividing,	 following	 is	 a	 list	 of	 pletely	 around	 and	 under	 the	 plant.	 to	 share	 others?	 Dividing	 your	 pe- 	 Jessica	 Taylor	 of	 Ventura,	 Iowa,	
2’	 circle.	 They	 are	 larger	 than	 their	 varieties	 that	 do	 well	 in	 the	 spring:	 Lift	the	plant	onto	a	tarp	to	avoid	get- rennials	may	be	the	answer	and	it	is	 accepted	 the	 Excellence	 in	 Phar-
intended	size	and	need	to	be	divided. Aster,	Astilbe,	Bee	Balm	(Monarda),	 ting	dirt	on	top	of	the	rock	or	mulch.	 easier	than	you	may	think.                                macy	 Award	 at	 Drake	 University’s	
	 When	 visiting	 or	 calling	 our	 of- Beardtongue	 (Penstemon),	 Blanket	 Take	a	spade	or	sharp	knife	and	cut	 	 For	 more	 information	 on	 dividing	 College	 of	 Pharmacy	 and	 Health	
fice,	people	frequently	ask:	how	and	 Flower	 (Gaillardia),	 Blazing	 Star	 into	equal	portions.	Make	sure	each	 perennials	or	other	gardening	topics,	 Sciences	 graduate	 recognition	 cer-
when	do	I	divide	perennials?	Many	 (Liatris),	 Coneflower	 (Echinacea),	 division	 has	 equal	 amounts	 of	 top	 contact	the	Hancock	County	Exten- emony	 on	 May	 13.	Taylor	 received	
are	reluctant	to	do	dig	up	their	peren- Coral	 Bells	 (Heuchera),	 Coreop- growth	 and	 roots.	 Each	 individual	 sion	Office	at	641-923-2856	or	visit	 the	 award	 in	 acknowledgement	 of	
nials	in	fear	that	they	may	damage	or	 sis,	 Daylily	 (Hemerocallis),	 Ge- plant	 should	 be	 about	 four	 to	 six high	professional	motivation	and	su-
kill	them.	In	reality,	most	perennials	 ranium,	 Hosta,	 Black	 Eyed	 Susan	 inches	in	size	when	you	are	finished	 den/.                                                     perior	proficiency	in	the	provision	of	

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By:	Brenda	Schmitt,	ISU	Extension,	           al	online	survey	of	more	than	27,000	           ping	 on	 that	 day	 you	 will	 increase	            variety	is	now	not	seen	to	be	a	neces-                           respondents	 show	 that	 the	 private	          your	 chances	 of	 finding	 the	 sales	              sity.	Consumers	are	sick	of	having	to	

	 While	 low-income	 shoppers	 have	          label	phenomenon	is	here	to	stay.	In	           items.                                               pick	from	hundreds	of	kinds	of	break-

decreased	 discretionary	 spending	           fact,	 while	 more	 than	 half	 of	 online	     	 Given	 the	 recent	 economic	 slow-                fast	cereal,	for	example.	Studies	have	
during	 the	 past	 two	 years,	 31%	 of	      consumers	 surveyed	 said	 they	 pur-           down	 the	 ‘value-conscious’	 shopper	               shown	that	more	options	often	leads	
these	consumers	have	increased	what	          chased	more	store	label	brands	during	          is	more	visible	than	ever	before.	This	              to	 less	 satisfaction	 with	 your	 deci-
they	 spend	 on	 food	 and	 beverage	 in	     the	 economic	 downturn,	 91	 percent	          trend	 will	 continue	 even	 as	 econo-              sions—because	 you’re	 left	 wonder-
part	because	of	the	increased	cost	of	        said	they	will	continue	to	do	so	when	          mies	 recovers	 as	 it	 is	 anticipated	             ing	 if	 you	 made	 the	 choice.	And	 to	
food.	                                        the	economy	improves.                           that	a	fair	share	of	shoppers	will	re-               some	 extent,	 consumers	 appreciate	
	 “The	next	time	you’re	shopping	for	         	 Try	shopping	on	Tuesday	evenings	             tain	their	‘value	mindset’	with	an	in-               a	simplification	of	the	grocery	shop-
whole	grain	pasta,	canned	vegetables,	        and	 Thursday	 afternoons	 for	 your	           creased	 preference	 to	 shop	 at	 stores	           ping	 experience	 with	 fewer	 options.	         •	 Ad	must	be	a	private	party	item	for	
or	frozen	fruit	at	a	super	center,	give	      best	deals.	On	Tuesday	evenings	the	            with	everyday	low	prices	and	exhibit	                If	this	simplification	saves	them	mon-
the	 store	 brand	 a	 try,”	 says	 Brenda	    meat	department,	deli	and	bakery	will	          a	tendency	to	be	overly	frugal	-	such	               ey;	all	the	better.                                 sale.	Business	items,	garage	sales,	
Schmitt,	 ISU	 Extension	 Family	 Fi-         drastically	 reduce	 all	 the	 items	 that	     as	dollar	stores.	                                   	 For	more	information	on	how	to	find	              rentals	and	fundraisers	are	not	eligible.
nance	Specialist.	“Generics	cost	30%	         were	on	sale	for	the	previous	week.	It	         	 Shoppers	have	been	more	willing	to	                ways	 to	 save	 in	 ever	 aisle,	 low-cost	
to	50%	less	than	what	the	typical	con-        is	against	regulations	to	remark	these	         test	out	ways	to	trim	their	food	bills,	             healthy	meals,	ways	to	reduce	waste	
                                                                                                                                                                                                    •	 Value	of 	item	must	be	$75	or	less,	and	
sumer	 had	 been	 spending	 for	 years	       items	 so	 they	 must	 push	 them	 out	         including	 not	 only	 generic	 products	             and	more,	visit	the	Spend	Smart	Eat	                must	be	listed	in	the	ad.
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 8   The Leader • Wednesday, May 25, 2011                                                                               CLASSIFIEDS                                                                                     

       FOR SALE                                       Cindy’s                                                     GET RESULTS!!                                                          THANK YOU
                                                                                                                     With a Classified Ad!                                                                                         SMITH’S
PICK-UP TOPPERS - Buy factory di-
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                                                                                                                                                                                      To: Each Meals on Wheels Volun-
                                                                                                                                                                                      teer – and you who accompany                HARDWARE
rect. UNICOVER, 843-3698, Britt, IA.                                                                                                                                                  them:                                          Heating,
                           1-22tfn                      “Call The Best”                               $8 for 16 words. 25¢ per word thereafter.                                         Until now little did I know of or
                                                                                                                                                                                      think about the invaluable service             Plumbing
FOR SALE – Yacht Club Golf Cart                Residential & Commercial                         Classifieds are paid in advance, $1 charge for billing.                               you give daily in bringing our noon
Trailer. $450 OBO. Call 641-430-1751                                                                                                                                                  meal. And, first of all to those pre-
                                               Quality Work At Affordable Rates • Weekly,
                                                 Bi-Weekly Or Monthly • Large Or Small                                   Site Managers Wanted
                                                                                                                                                                                      paring menus and good food. Tak-           Air Conditioning
                                                Jobs Welcome • New Construction Clean-                                                                                                ing extra minutes to visit, knowing            Downtown Garner
FOR SALE – Duplex for sale in Gar-                                                             Murphy-Brown LLC, a leader in the pork industry, is looking for candidates with        you care, brightens many other-
                                               ing • Apartments & Rentals Cleaned • Free
ner near Main Street and Stellars.                                                             the following qualities:                                                               wise lonely hours.                            Phone 641-923-2227
                                                  Estimates • Locally Owned •Gift Cards
New mechanicals, interior updated,                                                             • Possess a valid driver’s license, proven driving record, and good work ethic.        Deepest thanks from my Irish heart.
3-stall garage. Excellent renal history.
Great money maker. Call 515-979-
                                                      (641) 421-0051 Or                        • Ensure safe working environment adhering to company policies.                                   Lucile Wesson                   *Lennox Furnaces
                                                                                               • Respond in a timely fashion to alarm calls.                                                                         05/25
3432.                    05/18-05/25*                   (641) 357-7785                                                                                                                                                          *50 Years Experience
                                                                                               • Provide and monitor proper animal feed, water, and environment.
                                                         2703 19th St SW                                                                                                              Thank you to Bill’s Family Foods for
FOR SALE - “99 Jayco 32 foot, 14                                                               • Follow proper load-in, load-out procedures.
foot slide-out on a lot at Mille Lacs
                                                           Mason City                          • Must be able to meet the physical demands of the job.
                                                                                                                                                                                      the drawing I won. Thank you very            The Best Doesn’t
Lake. Has a 10x20 deck and a small                                                             Murphy-Brown LLC offers competitive wages and a comprehensive benefits                        Joyce McCormick                        Cost Any More!
shed. Contact 641-590-0976 or 641-                                                             package.
587-2344.                05/25-06/15                   NOTICES                                                      Pre-employment drug screening required.

                                                                                                For an application stop by the office located at: 2124 90th Ave, Algona, IA
FOR SALE - Laying Hens. 1 year
old. 12 plus birds $50 a flock, 2 flocks
                                               PREGNANT? Need help? Call toll                                Or contact Rosalie Kain at 515-295-7570 ext 42413                           Hagie Rocks! Why you ask? The Hagie Family Values
available. One free rooster. Call 641-
                                               free: BIRTHRIGHT 1-800-550-4900.                                      Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V                                  and Vision Statement have recently been rolled out. Why is that
                                               Our help is free and confidential.                                                                                                        important? We are 100% focused on our employees; growing
561-2530.           05/26-06/08*(free)
                                                                                                                                                                                         out talents from within, being passionate and determined, and
                                                                                                    SERVICES                                     Experienced                             creating fun in what we do. Want to hear more? Ask one of our
                                                      RENTALS                                                                                   Cosmetologist                            employees or call the number below.
                                                                                                                                                                                         ASSEMBLERS: Experience with assembly, mechanical tools,
                                                                                             CLEAN-VIEW WINDOW CLEANING:                      wanted: part-time.                         blueprint reading and electrical and hydraulic systems required.
                                               OFFICE FOR RENT: 700 sq ft. 2 BED-            Residential & Commercial. Free Es-
                                               ROOM APT. FOR RENT. 923-2249. Leave           timates. Discounted Monthly Rates.               Contact Julie at the
                                                                                                                                                                                         MATERIAL HANDLER: Responsible for transferring items
  20802 120th St. - Dougherty, IA              message.                   12/10tfn           Call (641)529-0451.          4/1tfn                  Hair Shanty,                           in the computer accurately and putting manufactured items
           $117,000                            FOR RENT – House for rent in Britt. 2                                                           100 Glen Cove Dr                          away correctly. Must have the ability to multitask and deal
 WANT COUNTRY! 3.65 acres Nice                                                               S & S MALEK BROS.: Thatcherizing,
 central location & only 1/2 mile off hard-
                                               Bedrooms. All new windows. Appliances
                                               available if needed. $300 a month. 641-
                                                                                             rolling, mowing, garden tilling. Tree                Clear Lake.                            with pressure, a working understanding of the computer, and
 surface. Nice and open. Kitchen,dining        860-1524.                      02/16tfn
                                                                                             trimming and cutting. Stump removal                 641-357-7605                            problem solving skills.
 & living room. Great for entertaining.                                                      and tree transplanting. Odd jobs. 641-
                                                                                             923-2374.                     03/02tfn                                                      MACHINE OPERATORS (2nd Shift): Job duties include
 4 bedrooms & 2 full baths. Master bed,        HOUSE FOR RENT – 3-4 Bedroom, 1
                                               ½ bath, No smoking, 2 Credit references                                                                                                   setting up and operating Fabrication equipment, working to
 bath and office combo. Hardwoods &
                                               required. Available immediately. $475 per         Denny’s Lawn Care                                                                       part drawings, and monitoring and maintaining part quality.
 tile through out. Lower level family room,
 workout room, office & laundry. Tons of
                                               month, plus $475 deposit. Leave message
                                               at 641-923-2476.            05/26-06/01*        641-590-3611
                                                                                                                       • Mowing • Edging
                                                                                                                     • Trimming • Aeration
                                                                                                                                              EMPLOYMENT                                 Experience with CNC equipment preferred.
 storage! Well landscaped yard with sev-                                                       641-585-5434           • Broad Leaf Control                                               R&D COORDINATOR: Leads, organizes and participates in
 eral nice out buildings. This one is priced   FOR RENT – 2 Bedroom Condo, Garage                                          & Fertilizer      Looking for Preschool Teacher, B.A.         day to day work activities for 4 to 6 technicians. Fabricates,
 to SELL. Don’t wait to see, call Jane         with Opener, 2 ½ Bath, Full Basement with                Dennis Huling                        Degree in Early Childhood required.
                                               Family, Stove, Refrig, Microwave, Dish-          133 Indian Ave., Forest City, IA                                                         assembles, and installs various apparatuses used to test
 today to see @ 641-425-4900.                                                                                                                Experience preferred. Apply at: Lake
                                               washer, Washer and Dryer. No Smoking                                                          Town Charlie Brown, Preschool and           prototypes relating to mechanical, electrical, electromechanical,
                                               and No Pets. 816-804-7017.       05/25tfn                                                                                                 hydro mechanical or structural products, and conducts tests
                                                                                                                                             Childcare Center, 7B South 8th Street,
                                                                                                 Nelson Sandblasting                         Clear Lake, Iowa 50428. 641-357-            and records results. Two years of experience in the field or in a
                                                                                                       2195 235th Street                     7277.                   05/26-06/29         related area required.
                                                                                                       Garner, IA 50438
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                                                                                                      Kim (641) 425-2854                         NOW TAKING Applications
                                                                                                                                                 at Garner Village Apartments              or call 515-532-2861. For confidential consideration, apply in
                                                                                                     Travis (641) 425-2250
                                                                                                                                                              Garner                                       person, or send application to:
                                                                                                                                                           2-3 Bedroom
                                                                                                                                                Centrally located washer & dryer.
                                                                                              EENHUIS CONSTRUCTION, LLC.                          Rental Assistance Available.                                                Hagie Manufacturing Company
                                                                                                    Home Repairs & Improvements                      Phone 641-923-2898,                                                         721 Central Ave. West
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                                                                                                             Hardware - Paint - Plumbing
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              with the Big Service”             COUNTY & CITY OFFICIALS
                                                     Phone Numbers
      Britt Auto Service                 Hancock Co. Sheriff.............923-2621
      Local towing / truck               County Assessor ...................923-2269          This space
       located in Garner                 County Attorney ...................923-4198

      Everything from cars
                                         County Auditor.....................923-3163           for rent
                                         County Treasurer..................923-3122
          to big trucks.                 County Recorder ..................923-2464          call 923-2684

                                                                                             W                             N
 641-843-9073 day • 641-843-8027 evening County Clerk of Court .........923-2532

                                         County Public Health ...........923-3676
                                         Garner Fire Dept. .......................... 911
                                         Garner Police Dept ...............923-3773
                                         Garner. Vol. Amb. Service ............ 911                    DENTAL..
                                         Garner City Hall...................923-2588              Dr. George Wilson, DDS
                                         Dept. Pub. Works .................923-2384                Dr. Scott Wilson, DDS
                                                 GARNER PUBLIC LIBRARY                        8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday
                                                     Phone 923-2850                         Garner Family Practice Clinic
          Garner                               Winter Hours from Labor Day to
                                               Memorial Day are as follows:                                                                           This person will take over an existing set of accounts while not being afraid to
     Veterinary Clinic                         Monday 10 am - 5:30 pm & 7 - 8 pm
                                               Tuesday 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                      develop new and successful relationships. The successful candidate must be
   Dr. Bruce A. Schupanitz                                                                                                 730 W 3rd St               self-motivated, personable, hard working, able to multi-task and not afraid
                                               Wednesday 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
       Phone 923-2355                          Thursday 12 noon - 8 p.m.
                                                                                                                             Garner, IA               of technology or new ideas. This position will spend the majority of their time
                                               Friday 12 noon - 4 p.m.                                                                                on the streets meeting with clients. The position will have a base pay plus
                                               Saturday 10 am - 12 noon & 1 - 3 p.m.                                                                  commission. Interviews will begin immediately.
                                                                                                    Timothy M.
                                                    GARNER-HAYFIELD                                  Anderson                                                 To apply send your resume, cover letter, references,
                                                   COMMUNITY SCHOOLS                           165 E 4th St., Garner
                                                       Supt. Office 923-2718                                                                                               and salary requirements to:
  531 2nd St. NW, Britt, IA 50423                     High School 923-2632                       Phone 923-2769                                              Ryan Harvey, Publisher, 365 State St., Garner, Ia 50438
          641-843-5000                               Middle School 923-2809                      Attorney-at-Law                                                  by email at
                                                   Elementary School 923-2831
                                                  Tyler Williams - Superintendent                                                                                    or apply online at
   Philip L. Garland                              & Elementary School Principal
                                                  Paul Schoneman - High School
        LAWYER                                      & Middle School Principal
       200 State St., Garner                                          Donald W. Furman, OD
         Phone 923-3792
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                                                                                              Wood Chiropractic
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                                                                                             Dr. Scott B. Wood
          Dentist                              9 am-4:30 pm, LEC; MASON CITY:
                                               Southport Mall, Tues.-Fri. 8:30 am-5         “Sports Physician”
  160 West Fourth, Garner                       pm & Sat. 8 am-1 pm, C.G. Court-
      Phone 923-2294                            house Mon.-Fri. 8:15 am-4:15 pm.             232 State St.          Bus: 641-923-2059
                                                                                              Garner, IA             Home: 923-3787
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News from the Hancock County Courhouse
      MAGISTRATE COURT                          9:30.	The	Garner	Police	Department	           the	Forest	City	and	Clear	Lake	Police	  misdemeanor;	 Randall	 Lee	 Lam-                                Rose,	 T97Nn,	 R25W,	 Sect.	 28,	 as	        to	 Decedents	 Trust	 of	 Isabel	 Parker	
	 No	Valid	 License:	 Jaime	 Mendez,	           investigated	this	matter.                     Departments.	                           oreux,	 44,	 Britt,	 “Operating	 While	                         desc.	5-12                                   and	 Gail	 W.	 Parker	 Trustee,	 T96N,	
Britt,	 $465;	 Agustin	 Calles,	 Britt;	        	 Brian	Daniel	Edmonds,	44,	Mason	            	 Christopher	 James	 Hartwig,	 59,	    Intoxicated	 -	 Second	 Offense,”	 an	                          	 QUIT	 –	 Brett	 Fish	 and	 Lana	 Fish	     R25W,	 Sect.	 16	 and	 T96N,	 R26W,	
Rosa	 Elia	 Carmona,	 Britt;	 Juana	            City,	pled	guilty	to	“Forgery,”	a	class	      Kanawha,	 was	 convicted	 of	 “Pub-     aggravated	 misdemeanor;	 Lori	 Jane	                           to	Jack	Niewald	and	Carol	Niewald,	          Sect.	25,	as	desc.	5-16
Martinez	Quintana,	Belmond,	$330.               D	felony,	stemming	from	an	incident	          lic	 Intoxication	 --	 Third	 Offense,”	Pepper,	 51,	 Corwith,	 “Theft	 In	 The	                        City	 of	 Corwith,	 Original	 Town,	         	 DEED	 -	 Revocable	 Trust	 of	 Gail	
	 Driving	 While	 Suspended:	 Carl	             at	a	Garner	business	on	December	9.	          an	 aggravated	 misdemeanor,	 stem-     Fourth	 Degree,”	 a	 serious	 misde-                            Block	6,	Lots	7	and	8,	as	desc.	5-12         W.	Parker,	Revocable	Trust	of	Isabel	
Anthony	Hill,	Woden,	$397.50.                   A	 pre-sentencing	 investigation	 was	        ming	from	an	incident	on	November	      meanor.                                                         	 WD	 –	 Herman	 Dewaard	 to	 Her-           Parker	 and	 Gail	 W.	 Parker	 Trustee	
	 No	 Insurance:	 Carl	Anthony	 Hill,	          ordered	and	sentencing	is	scheduled	          13,	2010.	Hartwig	was	sentenced	to	                CIVIL COURT                                          man	 Dewaard	 Trustee,	 Peter	 J.	 De-       to	survivors	Trust	of	Gail	W.	Parker	
Woden;	 Rosa	 Elia	 Carmona,	 Britt,	           for	 June	 28,	 at	 9:30.	 The	 GPD	 and	     seven	days	in	jail	and	pay	court	costs	 	 The	 court	 handled	 two	 child	 sup-                         waard	 Trustee,	 Ronald	 G.	 Dewaard	        and	 Gail	 W.	 Parker	 Trustee,	 T96N,	
$397.50.                                        Hancock	County	Sheriff’s	Office	in-           and	attorney	fees.	                     port	cases.                                                     Trustee,	Michael	B.	Dewaard	Trust-           R26W,	 Sect.	 25,	 as	 desc.	 5-16	 and	
	 No	 Registration:	 Chrystal	 Lynn	            vestigated	this	matter.                       	 Robert	Howard	Thomazin,	40,	For-      	 US	Bank	National	Association	vs.	                             ee,	 and	 Trust	 of	 Herman	 Dewaard,	       City	 of	 Britt,	 Stubbins	 3rd	Addition,	
Schuver,	Britt,	$161.25.                        	 Kalob	 Dean	 Carpenter,	 20,	 Alex-                                                 Brandon	 T.	 Heimer.	 Case	 was	 dis-
                                                                                              est	 City,	 was	 convicted	 of	 “Driving	                                                               T94N,	R26W,	Sect.	35,	as	desc.	5-12          Lot	5,	as	desc.	5-16
	 No	 Seatbelt:	 Darrin	 Dean	 Eckard,	         ander,	 pled	 guilty	 to	 “Assault	 With	     While	Barred,”	an	aggravated	misde-     missed	without	prejudice	on	May	17.                             	 WD	–	Dorothy	Christensen	to	Web	           	 COD	 –	 Estate	 of	 Lula	 J.	 Schro-
Webster	City,	$127.50.                          Intent	 To	 Commit	 Sexual	 Abuse,”	          meanor,	stemming	from	a	traffic	stop	   	 Capital	 One	 Bank	 vs.	 Garo	 Lau-                           J.	 LLC,	 City	 of	 Garner,	 park	Addi-      eder	and	Marcus	Younge	Executor	to	
	 Registration	 Violation:	 Teri	 Lynn	         an	 aggravated	 misdemeanor,	 stem-           by	the	Iowa	State	Patrol	on	February	   derback	 and	 Terri	 R.	 Lauderback.	                           tion,	Block	6,	Lots	1	and	2,	as	desc.	       Schroeder	Family	Trust	and	Marcus	
Markle,	Ventura,	$100.50.                       ming	 from	 an	 incident	 on	 June	 10.	      5.	Thomazin	was	sentenced	to	serve	     Judgement	 for	 the	 plaintiff	 May	 17	                        5-12                                         Younge	Trustee,	T97N,	R23W,	Sect.	
	 Speeding	(20+	over):	Warren	Keith	            Sentencing	is	scheduled	for	June	28,	         two	days	in	jail	and	pay	court	costs.	  in	the	amount	of	$10,013.66	plus	ac-                            	 DEED	 –	 Cathy	 J.	 Sloan,	 Cathy	 J.	     27,	as	desc.	5-17
Risberg,	Garner,	$282.75.                       2011,	at	9:30.	The	Garner	Police	De-          The	 DOT	 will	 extend	 his	 barrment	  crued	interest	of	$699.31	and	interest	                         McMahon,	 and	 Thomas	 J.	 McMa-             	 WD	–	Beryl	Binkard	Collins,	Col-
	 Speeding	 (16-20):	 Jonathan	 C.	             partment	investigated	this	matter.            period.	                                at	a	rate	of	14.65%	per	annum.                                  hon	to	Alejandro	A.	Fosado	and	Julie	        lins	 Beryl	 Binkard,	 and	 Larry	 M.	
Nedved,	Britt,	$181.50.                         	 Daniel	 James	 Lusk,	 20,	 Britt,	 ap-               ARRAIGNMENTS                             SMALL CLAIMS                                          M.	Fosado,	City	of	Garner,	Original	         Collins	 to	 Levi	 Doughan,	 City	 of	
	 Speeding	 (6-10	 over):	 John	 Neal	          peared	for	probation	revocation	pro-          	 The	 following	 persons	 were	 ar-    	 Citibank	South	Dakota	NA	vs.	Lori	                            Town,	Block	14,	Lot	7,	as	desc.	5-12         Britt,	Andersons	2nd	Addition,	Block	
Holland,	Des	Moines;	Jason	E.	Kell-             ceedings	 on	 the	 underlying	 charge	        raigned:	 Mark	 Leland	 Reed,	 51,	     Wolf,	 P.O.	 Box	 117,	 Klemme.	 Case	                          	 DEED	 –	 Kathleen	 K.	 Zeitz	 and	         23,	Lots	13	and	14,	as	desc.	5-17
ner,	Chippewa	Falls,	WI,	$141;	Phil-            of	 “Burglary	 In	The	Third	 Degree,”	        Eagle	Grove,	“Possession	Of	A	Con-      was	dismissed	May	12	without	prej-                              Gary	 Zeitz	 to	 Thomas	 J.	 McMahon	        	 WD	 –	 Karmon	 Amsler,	 John	
ip	A.	Carlson,	Isanti,	MN,	$119.                a	class	D	felony.	Lusk	was	found	in	          trolled	 Substance	 (Marijuana),”	 and	 udice.                                                          and	Cathy	J.	McMahon,	City	of	Gar-           Amsler,	 Mona	 Kahl,	 Mona	 Jean	
	 Speed:	Jesse	Dean	Heyer,	Titonka,	            contempt	and	will	serve	five	days	in	         “Driving	 While	 Revoked,”	 serious	         PROPERTY TRANSFERS                                         ner,	Reings	Addition,	Lot	3,	as	desc.	       Kahl,	Elizabeth	M.	Kahl,	Mona	Jean	
$119;	 Troy	 David	 Webber,	 Titonka,	          jail.	                                        misdemeanors;	Joshua	John	King,	23,	    	 Revocable	 Trust	 of	 Kathleen	 G.	                           5-12                                         Kahl	Attorney	 in	 Fact,	 and	 Karmon	
$108.                                           	 Farid	 Khalaf	 Faltas,	 46,	 Clear	         Garner,	“Domestic	Abuse	Assault,”	a	    Teget,	 Richard	 W.	 Baskerville	 Co	                           	 WD	 –	 Ronald	 E.	 Monson,	 R.	 E.	        Amsler	Attorney	in	Fact	to	Douglas	
	 Failure	 to	 Secure	 Child:	 Jaime	           Lake,	 was	 convicted	 of	 “Placing/          serious	 misdemeanor;	 Brent	 Arnold	   Trustee,	and	John	H.	Teget	Co	Trust-                            Monson,	 and	 Linda	 S.	 Monson	 to	         P.	 Studer,	 T95N,	 R25W,	 Sect.	 8,	 as	
Mendez,	Britt,	$262.50.                         Transporting	 Gasoline	 In	An	 Unap-          Boyd,	33,	Garner,	“Possession	Of	A	     ee	to	Teget	LLC,	T97N,	R25W,	Sect.	                             Jaks	 Puppies	 Inc.,	 T96N,	 R26W,	          desc.	5-17
	 Careless	 Driving:	 Ethan	 Isaac	             proved	Container,”	a	serious	misde-           Controlled	 Substance	 (Marijuana),”	   11,	as	desc.	5-11                                               Sect.	12,	as	desc.	5-13                            MARRIAGE LICENSES
Kropp,	Klemme,	$107.25.                         meanor,	 stemming	 from	 an	 incident	        a	serious	misdemeanor;	Tammy	Ann	       	 WD	 –	 Neil	 Goodnature,	 Marie	                              	 QUIT	–	Viola	Barkema,	Duwayne	             	 Nicole	 F.	 Rosenbaum	 and	 Colton	
	 Minor	Using	Tobacco:	Ethan	Isaac	             on	 July	 10,	 2007.	 Faltas	 was	 sen-       Leerar,	46,	Kanawha,	“Theft	In	The	     Frederick,	 and	 James	 Frederick	 to	                          K.	Barkema,	Dawn	D.	Barkema,	Da-             M.	Harms,	Kanawha,	5-12.
Kropp,	Klemme,	$50.                             tenced	 to	 serve	 30	 days	 in	 jail	 and	   First	Degree,”	a	class	C	felony;	San-   Goodnature	 Store	 Inc,	 City	 of	 Gar-                         vid	J.	Barkema,	Jeanne	M.	Barkema,	          	 Christine	 M.	 Boyken	 and	 Randall	
         DISTRICT COURT                         pay	 $425.25,	 plus	 court	 costs	 and	       dra	Jo	Suntken,	48,	Goodell,	“Theft	    ner,	 Original	 Town,	 Block	 33,	 Lots	                        Delwin	 Barkema,	 Dawn	 L.	 Barke-           N.	Boyken,	Britt,	5-7.
	 Justin	Lee	Boeset,	19,	Garner,	pled	          attorney	 fees.	 The	 jail	 sentence	 and	    In	 The	 Second	 Degree,”	 a	 class	 D	 12,	13,	14,	and	15,	as	desc.	5-11                               ma,	 Dean	 Barkema,	 Kim	 M.	 Clark,	                 GARNER POLICE
guilty	 to	 “Assault	 With	 Intent	 To	         fine	 were	 suspended.	 He	 will	 be	 on	     felony;	 Jonathan	 Paul	 Mathies,	 29,	 	 WD	 –	 Phyllis	 Goodnature	 to	 Neil	                         Darla	Gabrielson,	Tad	A.	Gabrielson,	                   DEPARTMENT
Commit	 Sexual	 Abuse,”	 an	 aggra-             probation	to	the	Department	of	Cor-           Corwith,	 “Theft	 In	 The	 Fourth	 De-  Goodnature,	City	of	Garner,	Original	                           Terisa	 Schlueter,	 Robert	 Schlueter,	      	 Citations:	Ernie	Benitez,	animal	at	
vated	 misdemeanor,	 stemming	 from	            rectional	 Services	 for	 one	 year.	The	     gree,”	a	serious	misdemeanor;	Mark	     Town,	Block	21,	Lot	3,	as	desc.	5-11                            Terisa	 Schleuter,	 Robert	 Schleuter,	      large;	Betsy	Boyea,	OWI	2nd	offense	
an	incident	on	October	14.	Sentenc-             Hancock	 County	 Sheriff’s	 Office	           Thomas	 Everett,	 43,	 Klemme,	 “Do-    	 WD	 –	 Carolyn	 Kay	 Weldon	 to	                              Richard	J.	T.	Barkema,	Suzanne	Cox	          and	eluding;	Rachel	Benitez,	dog	at	
ing	is	scheduled	for	June	28,	2011,	at	         was	 assisted	 in	 its	 investigation	 by	    mestic	 Abuse	 Assault,”	 a	 serious	   Carolyn	K.	Welden	Trustee	and	Re-                               Barkema,	 Suzanne	 Barkema	 Cox,	            large;	
                                                                                                                                      vocable	Trust	of	Carolyn	K.	Weldon,	                            and	 Chad	 Cox	 to	 Barkland	 LLC,	                            May 12
                                                                                                                                      T94N,	R25W,	Sect.	2	and	3,	as	desc.	                            T96N,	 R23W,	 Sect.	 34	 and	 T95N,	         	 11:30	a.m.	Report	of	civil	issue	in	
News from the Kossuth County Courthouse                                                                                               5-12                                                            R23W,	Sect.	27,	as	desc.	5-16                the	100	block	of	West	5th.
                                                                                                                                      	 DEED	–	Walter	T.	Rose	II	and	Re-                              	 DEED	 –	 Revocable	 Trust	 of	 Gail	       	 4	 p.m.	The	 Garner	 Police	 Depart-
        KOSSUTH COUNTY                          on	streets	–	Burt.                        Whittemore.
                                                                                                                                      becca	 Jo	 Rose	 to	 Hazel	 Larson	 LE,	                        W.	Parker,	Revocable	Trust	of	Isabel	        ment	conducted	a	follow-up	tobacco	
         SHERIFF REPORT                                    Sunday, May 15                 	 10:08	p.m.	Report	of	injured	deer	–	
                                                                                                                                      Walter	 T.	 Rose	 II,	 and	 Rebecca	 Jo	                        Parker	 and	 Gail	 W.	 Parker	 Trustee	               HANCOCK CO to page 10
           Tuesday, May 10                      	 3:04	 a.m.	 Report	 of	 vandalism	 –	 Wesley.
	 7:51	 a.m.	 Report	 of	 items	 taken	 –	
                                                	 1:23	 p.m.	 Report	 of	 house	 fire	 –	
                                                                                                           May 16                                           The Great Iowa Treasure Hunt announces
	 7:34	a.m.	Report	of	property	taken	
–	Fenton.
                                                Buffalo	Center.                           	 Arrested	 Darin	 L.	 Householder,	
                                                	 2:40	p.m.	Report	of	vehicle	vs.	deer	 Fenton,	DOB	6/4/1966	for	OWI.                                       the top 10 properties in Hancock County
	 8:15	 a.m.	 Report	 of	 vandalism	 –	         –	Algona.                                                                             	 There	is	a	Top	10	list	for	just	about	                        County	 are	 Michael	 T.	 Hagley	 of	        and	 check	 to	 see	 if	 they	 have	 un-
Lone	Rock.                                      	 2:54	p.m.	Report	of	break	in	–	Swea	                  ACCIDENTS                     everything.	From	“Most	Memorable	                               Britt,	Leona	Landon	of	Garner,	John	         claimed	 property	 waiting	 for	 them.	
	 10:30	a.m.	Report	of	disabled	trac-           City.                                                       May 3                     Quotes”	 to	 “Best	 Urban	 Legends,”	                           Franz	 of	 Garner,	 James	 L.	 Strait	 of	   Individuals	 may	 also	 send	 an	 email	
tor	–	Algona.                                   	 4:28	 p.m.	 Request	 for	 vehicle	 un- 	 According	 to	 the	 accident	 report	 Top	10	lists	are	always	fun	to	read.	                                Garner,	 IMT	Transport	 Logistics	 of	       to	For	those	who	
	 10:50	a.m.	Request	to	speak	to	dep-           lock	–	Lone	Rock.                         Robert	 W.	 Broeggert,	 Manteno,	 Ill.,	 State	 Treasurer	 Michael	 Fitzgerald	                             Garner,	 Wilbur	 C.	 Pihl	 of	 Woden,	       prefer	corresponding	by	mail,	please	
uty	–	Burt.                                     	 4:36	p.m.	Report	of	break	in	–	Fen- was	driving	a	2001	Freightliner	semi	 has	 a	 list	 of	 his	 own,	 but	 his	 is	 for	                           Everett	 F.	 Johnson	 of	 Kanawha,	          write	 to	 State	 Treasurer	 Michael	
	 11:05	 a.m.	 Request	 for	 welfare	           ton.                                      owned	 by	 Benjamins	 Livestock	 and	 the	 top	 10	 unclaimed	 properties.	                                 Catherine	 E.	 Butler	 of	 Britt,	 Fern	     L.	 Fitzgerald,	 Great	 Iowa	 Treasure	
check	–	Bancroft.                               	 5	p.m.	Report	of	kids	playing	near	 Feed	Inc.,	Manteno,	Ill.,	north	on	R14.	 “We	are	locally	listing	the	largest	10	                                A.	Greiman	of	Garner,	and	Della	M.	          Hunt,	 Lucas	 State	 Office	 Building,	
	 11:18	 a.m.	 Request	 for	 an	 ambu-          roadway	–	Swea	City.                      As	 he	 was	 driving,	 the	 semi	 entered	 unclaimed	 properties	 available	 for	                           Carr	of	Garner.                              Des	Moines,	IA	50319.	Please	make	
lance	–	Bancroft.                               	 5:29	p.m.	Report	of	suspicious	ve- the	 shoulder	 of	 the	 road	 and	 rolled	 claim	 in	 Hancock	 county,”	 Fitzger-                                	 All	Iowans	are	encouraged	to	visit	        sure	to	provide	current	name,	previ-
	 4:33	p.m.	Request	for	welfare	check	          hicle	–	Wesley.                           onto	the	vehicle’s	side.	Damage	to	the	 ald	 said.	 “I	 encourage	 everyone	 to	                  	               ous	names	and	addresses.
–	LuVerne.                                                 Monday, May 16                 Freightliner	was	estimated	at	$30,000	 check	 their	 local	 newspaper	 for	 the	
	 7:25	p.m.	Report	of	cattle	out	–	Al-          	 8:55	 a.m.	 Report	 of	 mail	 found	 –	 and	 the	 vehicle	 was	 towed	 privately.	 Great	Iowa	Treasure	Hunt	list,	which	
gona.                                           Algona.                                   no	injuries	or	citations	were	reported. is	coming	soon.	If	you	don’t	want	to	
	 9:23	 p.m.	 Report	 of	 stray	 dogs	 –	
                                                	 9:45	a.m.	Report	of	mail	taken	–	Al-
                                                                                                            May 11                    wait,	you	can	check	online	today	at	
                                                                                          	 According	 to	 the	 accident	 report”
         Wednesday, May 11
	 2:41	a.m.	Report	of	vehicle	vs.	cow	
                                                	 10:45	a.m.	Report	of	suspicious	cir- Mark	 A.	 Schmidt,	 41,	 Algona,	 was	 	 The	list	of	the	top	10	properties	in	
                                                cumstances	–	Swea	City.                   driving	 his	 1994	 Chevrolet	 Astro	 Hancock	 County	 is	 being	 released	
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        is Ladies Day
–	Wesley.
	 10:39	a.m.	Report	of	property	miss-
                                                	 11:55	a.m.	Report	of	cattle	out	–	Al- northbound	on	R14.	As	he	was	driv- in	 conjunction	 with	 the	 upcoming	
                                                gona.                                     ing,	 he	 struck	 a	 cow	 in	 the	 roadway	 spring	publication	of	the	Great	Iowa	
                                                                                                                                                                                                            LADIES DAY SPECIAL INCLUDES:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 * OIL CHANGE (up to 6 Qts Oil)
ing	–	Titonka.                                  	 12:50	p.m.	Report	of	theft	–	Fenton. owned	 by	 Daniel	 Ede	 of	 Wesley.	 Treasure	Hunt.	It	includes	the	names	                                                * FREE 27-POINT INSPECTION
	 12:15	 p.m.	 Report	 of	 bad	 check	 –	       	 3:07	 p.m.	 Report	 of	 cattle	 out	 –	 Damage	 to	 the	 Astro	 was	 estimated	 of	 thousands	 of	 individuals	 with	                                               * VACUUM INTERIOR
Algona.                                         Lone	Rock.                                at	$1,000	and	the	vehicle	was	towed	 unclaimed	 property	 that	 have	 been	                                                 *** FREE CAR WASH***
	 2	p.m.	Request	to	speak	to	deputy.            	 5:17	 p.m.	 Request	 for	 vehicle	 un- by	Kemna’s	Auto.	Damage	to	the	cow	 received	 in	 the	 last	 year.	 “People	
	 2:34	p.m.	Report	of	controlled	burn	          lock	–	St.	Joe.                           was	estimated	at	$1,000.	No	injuries	 believe	they	would	never	lose	track	                                      Ladies: Call Sandy to schedule your LADIES DAY SPECIAL
–	Algona.                                       	 6:11	 p.m.	 Report	 of	 grass	 fire	 –	 or	citations	were	listed.                                                                                          for WEDNESDAYS ONLY at
                                                                                                                                      of	their	assets,	but	it	happens	all	the	                               641-923-3727 or 800-442-8804
	 3:20	p.m.	Request	to	speak	to	depu-                                                                                                                       time,”	 Fitzgerald	 stated.	 “We	 make	
ty.                                                                                                                                                         many	attempts	to	locate	the	rightful	
	 3:29	 p.m.	 Report	 of	 family	 prob-                                                                                  owners.	This	money	belongs	them.”	
                                                                                                                                                                                                             OLLENBURG MOTORS, INC.


lems	–	Bancroft.                                                                                                                                            	 Top	 ten	 properties	 in	 Hancock	
	 6:03	p.m.	Request	to	speak	to	depu-                                     For All Of Your Real Estate Needs ...
ty	–	Bancroft.                                                                                    Specializing in:
	 6:57	p.m.	Aided	motorist.                                                               • Residential    • Commercial
          Thursday, May 12                                                                • Acreages       • Lots/Land
	 4:22	a.m.	Report	of	threats	–	Led-
                                                                                          • Crop Farms • Rec. Farms
	 8:14	a.m.	Report	of	disabled	vehicle	                                                         •Farm Management
–	Titonka.                                                                                     Matt             Kyle
	 8:57	a.m.	Report	of	controlled	burn	                                                       425-7673        425-0766
–	Whittemore.                                                                                   Office: 923-2813
	 1:15	p.m.	Report	of	controlled	burn	
–	Wesley.
	 1:39	p.m.	Request	for	an	ambulance	
–	Bancroft.
	 11:38	p.m.	Request	to	speak	to	dep-                          
uty	–	Ledyard.
            Friday, May 13
	 12:33	p.m.	Request	to	speak	to	dep-                                          Free Inspections
uty	–	Burt.
	 1:15	 p.m.	 Report	 of	 mail	 stolen	 –	
	 1:38	 p.m.	 Request	 for	 vehicle	 un-
lock	–	LuVerne.
	 3:22	p.m.	Report	of	reckless	driver	
–	Whittemore.
	 4:34	 p.m.	 Request	 for	 vehicle	 un-
lock	–	Whittemore.
	 11:07	 p.m.	 Request	 for	 an	 ambu-
lance	–	Algona.
	 11:37	p.m.	Report	of	party	–	Lone	
Rock.                                                                         On “after-season” planters &
           Saturday, May 14                                                “pre-season” tractors & combines...
	 6:54	 p.m.	 Report	 of	 vandalism	 –	
                                                                             call & ask for Marv or Andy B. to
	 7:30	p.m.	Report	of	branch	on	pow-                                           schedule your appointment.
er	lines	–	Algona.
	 9:45	p.m.	Report	of	cattle	out	–	Al-                                        BRAKKE IMPLEMENT, INC.
gona.                                                                     17551 KILLDEER AVENUE, MASON CITY, IA
	 11:06	 p.m.	 Report	 of	 kids	 playing	
                                                                               641-423-2412 ● 800-321-4455
 10      The Leader • Wednesday, May 25, 2011                                                  COURTHOUSE / PUBLIC NOTICES                                                                                                                                            

HANCOCK CO from page 11                                              May 15                               check at Wildridge.
compliance check on two Garner
businesses. A 16 year-old female was
                                                       1:20 a.m. Report of illegal dumping
                                                     in the 100 block of Highway 18 West.
                                                                                                             6:09 p.m. Report of animal com-
                                                                                                          plaint in the 500 block of Concord.
                                                                                                                                                                  NOTICE OF PROOF OF WILL WITHOUT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Hancock Co. Sheriff Sale
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   HANCOCK COUNTY                                 NOTICE OF SHERIFF LEVY & SALE
used to attempt to purchase tobacco                    10:40 a.m. Report of verbal argu-                                  May 18                                             ADMINISTRATION                                     BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        May 9, 2011                                    FOR HANCOCK COUNTY
from the retailers. Both businesses                  ment in the 1000 block of Grove.                        12:21 a.m. Public assist at 5th and
                                                                                                                                                               IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR HAN-
                                                                                                                                                                               COCK COUNTY                                              Garner, Iowa                             FARMERS TRUST & SAVINGS BANK,
passed the check and did not sell to-                                May 16                               State Street.                                             IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF                      The Hancock County, Iowa, Board of Super-                                Plaintiff
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     visors met in adjourned session on the above                                   vs.
bacco to the minor.                                    1:05 p.m. Funeral escort.                             7:55 a.m. Business assist.
                                                                                                                                                                       BETTY L. HEJLIK, DECEASED
                                                                                                                                                                        PROBATE NO. ESPR010993                       captioned date pursuant to adjournment with                 2 WHEEL TATTOOS, LLC, STEVEN J.
  7:34 p.m. Report of harassment in                    5:13 p.m. Report of trespass issues                   8:44 a.m. Report of civil issue in               To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Betty       Supervisors Supervisor Florence (Sis) Thomas-           O’HARA, JR.; ROBIN D. O’HARA; AND THE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Greiman, Ted D. Hall and Jerry J. Tlach pres-                 CITY OF BRITT, IOWA, Defendant
the 300 block of West 12th Street.                   in the 1100 block of Grove Avenue.                   the 300 block of East 8th Street.
                                                                                                                                                              L. Hejlik, Deceased, who died on or about Janu-
                                                                                                                                                              ary 22nd, 2011:                                        ent. Absent: none.                                                  Case No.: EQCV018780
               May 13                                  9:51 p.m. Report of lost items at                     9:59 a.m. Report of suspicious ac-                  You are hereby notified that on the 28th day of        The minutes of the May 2, 2011 meeting was                          Special Execution
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     read and approved.                                        As a result of the judgment rendered in the
  3 p.m. Report of neighbor dispute                  Kum and Go.                                          tivity in the 1200 block of Maben.
                                                                                                                                                              April, 2011, the last will and testament of Betty
                                                                                                                                                              L. Hejlik, deceased, bearing date of the 28th day         On motion by Supervisor Tlach and second-           above reference court case, an execution was
in the 700 block of Maben Avenue.                      10:53 p.m. Report of noise com-                       4:30 p.m. Report of animal com-                  of March, 1995, was admitted to probate in the         ed by Supervisor Hall, the Board gave approval         issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     to the following: Appointment of J. William Wad-       The execution ordered the sale of defendant (s)
  7:36 p.m. Report of harassment in                  plaint in the 700 block of Maben.                    plaint in the 400 block of West 8th
                                                                                                                                                              above named Court and there will be no pres-
                                                                                                                                                              ent administration of the Estate. Any action to        dingham as drainage engineer for Drainage              personal property described below to satisfy the
the 100 block of West 5th.                             11:21 p.m. Report of missing per-                  Street.                                             set aside the Will must be brought in the Dis-         District No. 8 East Main and Lateral 6 cleanout.       judgment. The property to be sold is:
               May 14
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Utility permit for Prairie Energy Cooperative,           RED 2002 CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28
                                                     son in the 200 block of West 12th                       7:43 p.m. Report of a three year old
                                                                                                                                                              trict Court of said county within the later to oc-
                                                                                                                                                              cur of four months from the date of the second         Clarion, Iowa to replace overhead power poles            2DR, VIN/ 2G1FP22G622167579, LIC/
  11:50 a.m. Manager of the Country                  Street.                                              child who wandered off in the 600                   publication of this notice or one month from the       in Section 18, Magor Township.                           549PZN
                                                                     May 17
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        On motion by Supervisor Hall and seconded              The described property will be offered for
Club had questions about a private                                                                        block of West 8th Street. They were
                                                                                                                                                              date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the
                                                                                                                                                              decedent and devisees under the Will whose             by Supervisor Tlach, the Board gave approval           sale at public auction for cash only as follows:
party in their establishment and the                   10:48 a.m. Public assist.                          found a few minutes later at the REC                identities are reasonably ascertainable, and           to the following: Agreement to contract with the          Date of Sale: 06-22-2011
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Mental Health Center of North Iowa for Fiscal             Time of Sale: 10:00 a.m.
serving of alcoholic beverages. She                    4:09 p.m. Report of animal com-                    Center.
                                                                                                                                                              thereafter be forever barred.
                                                                                                                                                                 Dated this 5th day of May, 20151.                   Year 2012 as part of the condition of eligibility         Place of Sale: Hancock County Courthouse,
was advised of the social host ordi-                 plaint in the 400 block of Country                      9:29 p.m. Report of door open in                                 Arthur D. Hejlik                       for receiving Mental Health and Developmental          Garner, Iowa
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Disabilities Community Services Fund dollars.             This sale not subject to redemption.
nance and steps to take to keep un-                  Club Drive.                                          the 200 block of State Street. Secured
                                                                                                                                                                 Ted Hovda                                           Re-hiring of George Lallak as part-time summer            Judgment Amount: $117,281.54
derage individuals from consuming                      5:52 p.m. Ambulance assist.                        by owner.                                              Attorney for estate                                 help for conservation department effective May            Costs: $50.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     4, 2011 at $8.00 per hour. Re-hiring of Ethan             Accruing Costs: Pending
alcohol.                                               6:01 p.m. Request for welfare                         11:02 p.m. Ambulance assist.
                                                                                                                                                                 395 State Street, P. O. Box 9
                                                                                                                                                                 Garner, IA 50438                                    Nannenga, part-time summer help for second-               Interest: $7,731.98
                                                                                                                                                                 Date of second publication 25th day of May,         ary road department, effective May 10, 2011 at            Attorney: Siegrist & Jones, 641-843-4451

                                        Garner Proceedings                                                                                                    2011.
                                                                                                                                                                                          Published in the Leader
                                                                                                                                                                        on Wednesday, May 18, and May 25, 2011
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     $8.50 per hour. Re-hiring of Matt Sweers, part-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     time summer help for secondary road depart-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ment, effective May 11, 2011 at $8.75 per hour.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Dated this 9th day of May, 2011
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            	 Scott	E.	Dodd,	Sheriff
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            	 Hancock	County,	Iowa
               CITY OF GARNER                        approve a 3 year agreement for audit services           CORRESPONDENCE/OTHER BUSINESS:                                                                          Hiring of Benjamin Nieman, part-time summer            	 By:	Lori	Mennenga,	Deputy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Published in the Garner Leader

          COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS                        with Renner & Birchem of Mason City for the          Items discussed included:                                                                                  help for secondary road department, effective
            UNPPROVED MINUTES                        fiscal years 2011, 2012 and 2013 at a cost of           • Hollow tree in the 200 block of West 5th                                                              May 31, 2011 at $8.00 per hour. Hiring of Billy                    on Wednesday, May 25 and June 1, 2011
                 MAY 10, 2011                        $3,800, $3,800 and $3,900 respectively, carried         • Speed Limit sign needs repaired along                                                                 Autry, Jr., part-time summer help for second-
   The City of Garner Council met in regular         unanimously.                                         East 2nd                                                                                                   ary road department, effective May 10, 2011 at

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Public Notice
                                                                                                                                                                      NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL,
session on Tuesday, May 10, 2011 at 7:00 pm             Motion by Smith, seconded by Drabek to ap-           • Update on WWTP Project                               OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR,                      $8.00 per hour.
in the Council Chambers at City Hall.                prove a VIP construction grant application for          • Keeping citizens informed about projects                AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS                          No further business to come before the
   Mayor Mick called the meeting to order at         the Garner Chamber in the amount of $2,500,             • Rotary received their grant and the elec-       IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR HAN-                   Board, motion made to adjourn at 10:30 a.m. by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          NOTICE OF HEARING
7:00 pm.                                             carried unanimously.                                 tronic message board has been ordered                                 COCK COUNTY                          Supervisor Tlach and carried. All Supervisors
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ON COMPLETION OF CONTRACT
   ROLL CALL-Present: Bauer, Drabek,                    Motion by Bauer, seconded by Voortmann               • Update on painting of street light poles           IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF                     present voting, “Aye,” session to adjourn and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 3 & 4 LATERAL 5
Schmidt, Smith and Voortmann, Absent: none.          to authorize advertising for bids for the 2002          • Update from the Garner Visioning group                   HENRY KADUCE, Deceased                       will meet again on May 16, 2011.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  HANCOCK COUNTY, STATE OF IOWA
   Motion by Smith seconded by Voortmann to          Chevy Impala, carried unanimously.                      • Sump pumps illegally placed on driveways                   Probate No. ESPR010997                     	 ATTEST:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            TO: LANDOWNERS IN DRAINAGE DISTRICT
approve the agenda as printed, carried unani-           Motion by Bauer, seconded by Voortmann               • Housing Needs Assessment                       TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ES-                   	 Debra	Bellinghausen,	Auditor	
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            NO. 3 & 4 LATERAL 5:
mously.                                              to approve a quote from SNK Construction of             To complete the City Administrator’s Annual      TATE OF HENRY KADUCE, Deceased, who                    	 Florence	(Sis)	Greiman,	Chair	
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                You and each of you are hereby notified that
   PUBLIC INPUT: none.                               Clear Lake for Salt Shed Modifications in the        Performance Review, per Section 21.5(1i) of         died on or about April 21st, 2011:                                                Published in The Leader
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            the supervising engineer, J. William Wadding-
   Motion by Bauer, seconded by Voortmann to         amount of $14,350 and Midwest Concrete of            the Code of Iowa there was a motion by Dra-            You are hereby notified that on the 11th day                              on Wednesday, May 25, 2011
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ham, P.E. and engineer in charge of the Open
approve the Consent Agenda items as follows,         Algona for the wall cutting in the amount of         bek, seconded by Voortmann to enter into            of May, 2011, the last will and testament of                                                                  Ditch Cleanout of Drainage District No. 3 & 4
carried unanimously.
   • Minutes – April 26th Regular meeting
   • April Police, P&R, Street, WT/SW, Clerk
                                                     $1,480, carried unanimously.
                                                        Motion by Drabek, seconded by Smith to ap-
                                                     prove the 2011 Street Maintenance Program
                                                                                                          Closed Session, Ayes: Bauer, Drabek, Schmidt,
                                                                                                          Smith, Voortmann, Nays: none.
                                                                                                             Motion by Drabek, seconded by Smith to exit
                                                                                                                                                              HENRY KADUCE, deceased, bearing date of
                                                                                                                                                              the 18th day of January, 2010, was admitted to
                                                                                                                                                              probate in the above named court and that Bar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Lateral 5, has filed with the Auditor of Hancock
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            County, Iowa, his report stating that the con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            tract for the work performed by A-1 Excavation
and Administrator reports                            and authorize obtaining quotes, carried unani-       Closed Session, carried unanimously.                bara J. Eenhuis was appointed as executor of                                                                  & Drainage, Inc. of Joice, Iowa has been com-
   Motion by Bauer, seconded by Voortmann to         mously.                                                 Motion by Bauer, seconded by Smith to ap-        the estate. Any action to set aside the will must            OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR,                      pleted in substantial compliance with the plans
approve the claims as submitted, carried unani-         Motion by Bauer, seconded by Drabek to set        prove Resolution #2011-16 EMPLOYMENT                be brought in the district court of said county                 AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS                       and specification governing the work and rec-
mously.                                              the Public Hearing date for the FY 2011 Bud-         CONTRACT AND AGREEMENT, for the City                within the later to occur of four months from the        IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR HAN-                  ommends that it be accepted.
   Motion by Smith, seconded by Schmidt to ap-       get Amendment, May 24th at 7:00pm, carried           Administrator, Ayes: Bauer, Drabek, Schmidt,        date of the second publication of this notice or                         COCK COUNTY                              The total contract amount for Drainage Dis-
prove pay estimate #17 to Larson Contracting         unanimously.                                         Smith, Voortmann, Nays: none.                       one month from the date of mailing of this notice           IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF                    trict No. 3 & 4 Lateral 5 was $42,989.20. The
Central in the amount of $54,373.25 for work on         Motion by Schmidt, seconded by Drabek to             Motion by Bauer, seconded by Drabek to           to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under               MARVIN H. DIEKHUIS, Deceased                    total amount earned by the contractor was
the WWTP, carried unanimously                        approve the 2nd reading of Ordinance #388            approve Resolution #2011-17 SETTING THE             the will whose identities are reasonably ascer-                    Probate No. ESPR010999                     $37,232.20. The amount paid the contractor
   Motion by Drabek, seconded by Bauer to            AMENDING THE CITY CODE OF THE CITY                   SALARIES FOR THE APPOINTED OFFICERS                 tainable, or thereafter be forever barred.             TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ES-                   was $33,508.98. This leaves a balance due
approve pay estimate #1 to SM Hentges in             OF GARNER, IOWA TO ADJUST WATER                      AND EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF GAR-                      Notice is further given that all persons indebt-    TATE OF MARVIN H. DIEKHUIS, Deceased,                  the contractor of $3,723.22 after the required
the amount of $198,413.15 for work on the            RATES AND PENALTIES, Ayes: Bauer, Dra-               NER FOR FISCAL YEAR 2011-2012, Ayes:                ed to the estate are requested to make immedi-         who died on or about April 25th, 2011:                 30 day waiting period. The final amount of
Trunkline Project, carried unanimously.              bek, Schmidt, Smith, Voortmann, Nays: none.          Bauer, Drabek, Schmidt, Smith, Voortmann,           ate payment to the undersigned, and creditors             You are hereby notified that on the 12th day of     $37,232.20 under runs the contract amount of
   Motion by Schmidt, seconded by Smith to              Motion by Bauer, seconded by Voortmann            Nays: none.                                         having claims against the estate shall file them       May, 2011, the last will and testament of MAR-         $42,989.20 by $5,757.00. The decrease in cost
approve a request from the Boy Scouts for a          to approve the 2nd reading of Ordinance                 Meeting adjourned 8:20 pm.                       with the clerk of the above named district court,      VIN H. DIEKHUIS, deceased, bearing date of             was mainly due to less pipe being used than
1 year extension to construct a sidewalk, to         #389 AMENDING THE CITY CODE OF THE                   	 Kenton	L.	Mick,	Mayor                             as provided by law, duly authenticated, for al-        the 13th day of July, 1988, was admitted to pro-       what was estimated for the letting plans.
be completed with the 2012 Program, carried          CITY OF GARNER, IOWA TO ADJUST SEW-                  	 Daisy	Huffman,	City	Clerk                         lowance, and unless so filed by the later to oc-       bate in the above named court and that Phyl-               You are further notified that the Board of Su-
unanimously.                                         ER RENTAL RATES, Ayes: Bauer, Drabek,                                          Published in The Leader   cur of four months from the second publication         lis Diekhuis was appointed as executor of the          pervisors of Hancock County has fixed the date
   Motion by Voortmann, seconded by Bauer to         Schmidt, Smith, Voortmann, Nays: none.                                     on Wednesday, May 25, 2011    of this notice or one month from the date of           estate. Any action to set aside the will must be       for hearing on the completion of said contract
                                                                                                                                                              mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed       brought in the district court of said county within    for 9:00 a.m. on Monday, June 13, 2011, in the

                    Corwith-Wesley School Board
                                                                                                                                                              or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred.         the later to occur of four months from the date        Hancock County Supervisors’ Board Room lo-
                                                                                                                                                                 Dated this 12th day of May, 2011.                   of the second publication of this notice or one        cated in the Government Building adjacent to
                                                                                                                                                                                Barbara J. Eenhuis                   month from the date of mailing of this notice to       the Courthouse, Garner, Iowa.
                                                                                                                                                                                Executor of estate                   all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the           Any interested party in said district may file
               CORWITH WESLEY                           Motion by Grein, second by Studer to hire         Hawkeye West Pest Control Co
                                                                                                                                                                                1320 Maben Ave                       will whose identities are reasonably ascertain-        objections to said report and submit any evi-
         COMMUNITY SCHOOL BOARD                      Jeana Thompson as ¾ time Head Teacher and               -General Insect Control                $65.00
                                                                                                                                                                                Garner, IA 50438                     able, or thereafter be forever barred.                 dence which they may have tending to show
            OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS                     Bill Funnemark as ¼ time Head Teacher. All           Healy Awards, Inc.-Award Plaque           $29.76
                                                                                                                                                                 Philip L. Garland, ICIS PIN No: P00170366              Notice is further given that all persons indebt-    why said report should not be accepted. Said
            UNAPPROVED MINUTES                       ayes.                                                Humboldt Reminder-Advertising             $27.00
                                                                                                                                                                 Attorney for executor                               ed to the estate are requested to make immedi-         objections should be in writing and filed with the
       Thursday, May 19, 2011, 7:00 p.m.                Motion by Studer, second by Grein to pay          Ibc Sales Corp-Bread                      $23.70
                                                                                                                                                                 220 State St., P. O. Box 134                        ate payment to the undersigned, and creditors          Auditor of Hancock County at or before the time
   The Corwith Wesley Community School               Shannon Larson for an additional class period.       Iowa Communications Network-ICN $127.86
                                                                                                                                                                 Garner, IA 50438                                    having claims against the estate shall file them       fixed for said hearing.
Board met in regular session on Thursday, May        All ayes.                                            Jmc, Inc.-JMC                            $768.96
                                                                                                                                                                 Date of second publication1st day of June,          with the clerk of the above named district court,          You are further notified that any interested
19, 2011 at the Corwith Wesley High School.             Motion by Grein, second by Studer to ap-          Keck, Inc.-Kitchen Supplies              $612.64
                                                                                                                                                              2011.                                                  as provided by law, duly authenticated, for al-        party having a claim for damages arising out
   Vice President Chambers called the meeting        prove the stipend of $500 payable to Jim Sund-       K & H Co-Op-May 11 Bill                $1,961.01
to order at 7:02 PM.                                 berg for WCL shared teacher. All ayes.               K & H Co-Op-May 11 Bill                   $14.97                                 Published in the Leader   lowance, and unless so filed by the later to oc-       of the open ditch cleanout shall file said claim
   MEMBERS PRESENT: Studer, Chambers,                   Motion by Grein, second by Studer to ap-          K & H Co-Op-May 11 Bill                  $313.24               on Wednesday, May 25, and June 1, 2011      cur of four months from the second publication         with Board of Supervisors of Hancock County
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     of this notice or one month from the date of           at or before the time fixed for hearing on the
Grein                                                prove Paul Garman as a non-paid volunteer for        Martin Bros.-Food                        $395.43
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed

                                                                                                                                                               Trust Notice
   MEMBERS ABSENT: Hauswirth and Burrs               baseball. All ayes with Studer abstaining.           Mid-America Publishing Corp                                                                                                                                       completion of the contract which claim shall not
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred.         include any claim for land taken for right-of-way
   ADMINISTRATION            PRESENT:        Supt.      Motion by Studer, second by Grein to ap-             -Advertising                           $16.50
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Dated this 13th day of May, 2011.                   or for severance of land. The filing of said claim
Bumgarner, Prin. Rotert                              prove Beth DeGroote as AD at $2,200, Allyson         Next Generations Technologies, Llc
                                                                                                                                                                               TRUST NOTICE                                            Phyllis Diekhuis                     with the Hancock County Auditor at or before
   ADMINISTRATION ABSENT: None                       Thompson as Nutrition/Calendar at $725 and              -Technical Support                    $894.31
                                                                                                                                                                                In the matter of                                       Executor of estate                   the time fixed for hearing shall be deemed filed
   OTHERS PRESENT: Secretary DeGroote,               Brent DeGroote and staff as game administra-         Niacc-PSEO Classes                     $5,223.83
                                                                                                                                                                             The Bertha L. Brown                                       1425 Front St.                       with the Board of Supervisors. At said time and
Merle Sohl, James Sundberg, Mike Pearson,            tion at $60 per game or $100 per track meet. All     North Iowa Lumber And Design
                                                                                                                                                                           Revocable Living Trust                                      Garner, IA 50438                     place the Board of Supervisors will hear and de-
Jessica Irvine                                       ayes.                                                   -Industrial Resale                     $41.88
                                                                                                                                                                            Dated August 25, 1994                       Philip L. Garland, ICIS PIN No: P00170366           termine all objections to the completion of said
   Motion by Studer, second by Grein to ap-             The current positions available for the Cor-      Craig Orness-Silver cords                $205.87
                                                                                                                                                                 To all the persons regarding Bertha L. Brown,          Attorney for executor                               contract, and shall also hear and determine all
prove the agenda as printed. All ayes.               with-Wesley CSD are as follows: High School          Pam Petersen-Keys                         $10.26
                                                                                                                                                              deceased, who died on or about 12th day of                220 State St., P. O. Box 134                        the claims for damages which may have been
   Previous minutes were approved as printed.        Girls Track Coach                                    Pam Petersen-Kitchen Supplies             $11.18
                                                                                                                                                              February, 2011. You are hereby notified that              Garner, IA 50438                                    filed.
   Motion by Studer, second by Grein to ap-             Motion by Studer, second by Grein to ap-          R & M Plumbing And Heating
                                                                                                                                                              Douglas M. Brown is the trustee of the Bertha             Date of second publication1st day of June,              If you have a farm tenant for your land,
prove the financial reports including all warrants   prove the medical insurance staying with Well-          -Plumbing work                        $196.00
                                                                                                                                                              L. Brown Revocable Living Trust Dated August           2011.                                                  please notify him of this notice so that they may
for the month. All ayes.                             mark for 2011-12. All ayes.                          Rieman Music, Inc
                                                                                                                                                              25, 1994. That, at this time, no probate admin-                                     Published in the Leader   file claims for crop damages, if any.
   Public Forum: None                                   Motion by Grein, second by Studer to ap-             -Instrumental Repairs                  $73.20
                                                                                                                                                              istration is contemplated with regard to the                      on Wednesday, May 25, and June 1, 2011          You are further notified that this notice and
   Communications:                                   prove the Iowa Lakes Community College con-          Stephens Communications Inc
   Jessica Irvine did a presentation to the board    tract for 2011-12. All ayes.                            -Alarm work                           $640.00    above-referenced decedent’s estate. Any ac-                                                                   the reference herein to objections and claims
on health insurance options.                            Motion by Studer, second by Grein to ap-          Holly Trulson-Home Ec Mileage             $67.20    tion to contest the validity of the trust must be                                                             for damages and final settlement is in compli-
   Last week was School Board Member Appre-
ciation Week. The CWL Cheer Fund purchased
candy for the men and flowers for the women
                                                     prove the open enrollment requests into West
                                                     Hancock. All ayes.
                                                        Motion by Grein, second by Studer to ap-
                                                                                                          Holly Trulson-Home Ec
                                                                                                          Holly Trulson-Home Ec Supplies
                                                                                                          David Wagner-Mowing
                                                                                                                                                              brought in the District Court of Hancock County,
                                                                                                                                                              Iowa, within the later to occur of sixty (60) days
                                                                                                                                                              from the date of second publications of this no-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Subscribe to                              ance with Section 468.101, Section 468.102
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            and Section 468.103 of the Code of Iowa.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                This notice is published and mailed as pro-
board members.                                       prove the 2011-2012 School Calendar. All ayes.       Waste Management Of Northern I                      tice or thirty (30) days from the date of mailing                                                             vided by law at the direction of the Board of Su-
   Vice President Chambers read a letter from           Motion by Grein, second by Studer to ap-             -May 11 Bill                          $288.23    this notice to all heirs of the decedent, spouse                                                              pervisors as Trustees of Drainage District No. 3
Elwood Geary resigning as photographer for           prove the 2011-2012 School schedule changes          Valleyfair-Physics Trip                  $307.50    of the decedent and beneficiaries under the                                                                   & 4 Lateral 5, Hancock County, Iowa.
the school.                                          with school starting at 8:20 a.m. and ending at      Concept Attractions-Senior class trip $271.83       trust whose identities are reasonably ascertain-                                                              	 Debra	Bellinghausen,	Auditor
                                                                                                                                                              able, or thereafter be forever barred.                                                                        	 Hancock	County,	Iowa
   Principal Rotert reported the following to the    3:26 p.m. All ayes.                                  Hillcrest Golf Course-Boy’s Golf Fees $42.00
board: Graduation will be May 29th at 2:00 p.m.         Motion by Studer, second by Grein to ap-          Hillside Golf Course-Green Fees          $300.00       Notice is further given that all persons indebt-                                                                                       Published in The Leader
The Valedictorian is Hillary Hilbert and the Sa-     prove the bid for Iowa Assoc. for Education Pur-     Iowa State Bank-Senior Trip            $2,315.00    ed to the decedent or the trust are requested                                                                                       on Wednesday, May 25, 2011
lutatorian has two candidates, we have to wait       chasing Agreement. All ayes.                         Vanna Anderson-Senior class               $30.00    to make immediate payment to the undersigned
for all the grades to be in. 8th Grade promotion        Prin. Rotert presented the following summer       Mike Arndorfer-SB Official                $80.00    trustee and creditors having claims against the
is May 26th at 11:30 a.m. in the gym at Corwith.     projects: painting of main sign in front of build-   Bmo Financial Group-Spanish Trip          $77.50    trust must mail them to the trustee at the ad-
Will be presenting a contract to the board in        ing, hand rail for FACS room, field house toi-       Bomgaars-Prom Supplies                    $54.94    dress listed below via certified mail, return re-
June with NGT. NGT will do support, monitoring,      lets, wall repair, driveway/entryway repair, treat   Brackey Jim-BB Official                   $80.00    ceipt requested, and unless so mailed by the
maintenance and administration for the same          stage curtains with fire retardant, boiler room      Tim Christensen-SB Official               $80.00    later to occur of sixty (60) days from the second
monthly rate. Will be bringing a reviewed and        door replacement, northwest gym door repair          Deckers-Softball/Baseball                $261.33    publication of this notice or thirty (30) days from
revised good conduct policy for board approval       and replacement and repair and adjustment/           Deckers-Softball/Baseball                $235.52    the date of mailing this notice (unless otherwise
in June. Had four good conducts reported to the      replacement of bell system.                          Deckers-AD Supplies                       $72.40    allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever
office on May 9th. The senior trip went well. The       Motion by Grein, second by Studer to ap-          Tim Fredrickson-SB Official               $80.00    barred.
seniors voted to purchase a new podium for the       prove the summer projects. All ayes.                 Bill Funnemark-NHS Dinner                $200.20       Dated this 18th day of May, 2011.
school and donate the rest of their funds to the        Motion by Studer, second by Grein to ap-          Gifts Sew Sweet-State Track shirts       $273.00       The Bertha L. Brown Revocable Living Trust
young boy in Reinbeck with cancer. A big thank       prove the Corwith-Wesley list for graduation         Gruis Recreational-Green Fees             $60.00       Dated August 25, 1994
you to Shannon Larson, Bill Funnemark, Ally-         pending all graduation requirements are met.         Matthew Hauge-BB Official                 $80.00       Douglas M. Brown
son Thompson for helping out with the senior         All ayes.                                            Hyvee-Prom supplies                       $20.00       344 Hall Road
trip and to Jim Sundberg and Eller Shipman for          Meeting adjourned 9:30 p.m.                       Ihsma-Vocal & Band Large Group           $105.00       Crownsville, MD, 21032
all their hard work for prom. Students last day      	 BOARD	PRESIDENT                                    Ihsma-Small Group Solo                   $140.00       Date of second publication 1st day of June,
is May 26th with a 12:30 dismissal. Staff are        	 BOARD	SECRETARY                                    Iowa High School Speech Assoc.                      2011
done on May 31st. Dwight Widen is no longer          Advanced Systems-11-May                  $801.12        -Speech - Large Group                  $56.00                                 Published in the Leader
an option as interim superintendent. We have         Anderson Erickson Dairy Co.-Milk         $654.62     Iowa State Bank-Cash Box for SB/BB $150.00                      on Wednesday, May 25 and June 1, 2011
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Experience returns for Cardinal softball
	 A	 year	 ago,	 Garner-Hayfield	                 experience	 in	 the	 outfield	 for	 the	       Ventura	girls,”	noted	Steffens.
softball	 coach	 Anita	 Smith	 utilized	          Cards	and	is	looking	to	get	back	into	         	 Steffens	is	excited	about	her	new	
a	 large	 number	 of	 underclassmen	              a	 game	 after	 seeing	 her	 basketball	       coaching	 responsibility.	 “I	 look	
to	 fill	 her	 game	 lineup.	 This	 year,	        season	shortened	by	a	back	injury.	            forward	 to	 working	 with	 the	 girls	
Smith	has	moved	on	with	a	different	              	 Six	juniors	will	add	experience	and	         this	 year	 on	 improving	 their	 level	
face	replacing	her	and	Garner’s                   depth	to	the	Cardinal	roster.	Pitcher	         of	 play.	 Last	 year	 was	 tough	 with	
new	coach	Kelsey	Steffens	will	have	              Jasmine	 Doble	 has	 been	 on	 the	            most	of	the	varsity	lineup	consisting	
the	 luxury	 of	 building	 a	 team	 with	         mound	for	Garner	since	her	eighth-             of	 sophomores	 and	 juniors.	 Their	
experienced	players.	                             grade	year	and	is	expected	to	play	a	          experience	 last	 year	 will	 only	 help	
	 Steffens	is	a	familiar	face	around	             key	role	for	the	Cards.	Other	juniors	         them	 become	 a	 better	 softball	 team	
the	 Cardinal	 athletes,	 having	                 returning	 include	 catcher	 Alicia	           this	year.	The	leadership	shown	by	the	
coached	volleyball	and	track	during	              Savoy,	 shortstop	 Karah	 Huinker,	            upperclassmen	was	well	recognized	
the	 last	 two	 years.	 In	 this,	 her	 first	    third-baseman	 Megan	 Waddingham	              throughout	the	first	week	of	practice.	
year	 with	 the	 title	 of	 head	 coach,	         and	 first	 baseman	 Kristin	 Stromer.	        It	is	enjoyable	to	work	with	student	
Steffens	hopes	to	see	the	Cards	show	             Sophomores	Hannah	Hutcheson	and	               athletes	that	come	to	practice	ready	
improvement	from	a	year	ago.                      Kelly	 Babcock	 also	 saw	 valuable	           for	a	challenge	to	better	themselves	
	 Last	 year’s	 youthful	 squad	 had	             playing	 time	 last	 season	 and	 are	         and	their	teammates.”
a	 tough	 season,	 finishing	 1	 –	 13	 in	       expected	 to	 see	 action	 again	 this	        	 The	Cardinals	will	spend	their	first	
North	 Iowa	 Conference	 play	 and	 3	            year.                                          week	of	action	on	the	road,	traveling	
–	23	overall.	The	Cards	are	looking	              	 Adding	 to	 the	 depth	 for	 Steffens	       to	 Clarion	 on	 Tuesday,	 North	
to	 turn	 those	 numbers	 around	 as	             is	the	addition	of	three	players	from	         Kossuth	 on	 Wednesday,	 Humboldt	
virtually	 the	 entire	 lineup	 returns	          Ventura	 as	 G-H	 began	 a	 sharing	           on	 Thursday	 and	 Hampton	 on	
from	2010.	                                       arrangement	 with	 their	 neighbor	            Friday.	 Garner’s	 first	 home	 contest	        Returning letterwinners
	 Heading	 the	 list	 of	 returning	              to	 the	 East	 this	 season.	 “	 I’ve	 been	   of	 the	 season	 will	 be	 on	 June	 2	         Letterwinners returning to play softball for Garner-Hayfield in 2011 are: (front row, left to right)
players	 is	 senior	 outfield	 Jenna	             impressed	 with	 the	 willingness	             against	Central	Springs.                        Kelly Babcock, Jasmine Doble, Megan Waddingham, Taylor Nelson, (back row) Karah Huinker,
Wellik.	 Wellik	 has	 two	 year’s	                of	 the	 G-H	 girls	 to	 welcome	 the	                                                         Kristin Stromer, Jenna Wellik, Liz Tusha, and Alicia Savoy. (Photo by Rick Ermer)

Josh Thompson selected for Iowa Shrine Bowl
Game benefits Shriners children’s hospitals
	 “They	 run	 so	 others	 may	 walk”	 is	
the	 motto	 for	 the	 2011	 Iowa	 Shrine	
Bowl.		This	is	most	certainly	true	in	
the	 case	 of	 Garner-Hayfield’s	 Josh	
Thompson.		Josh	has	been	selected	to	
participate	in	the	2011	Shrine	Bowl.		
	 Thompson	 has	 had	 much	 athletic	
success	in	his	high	school	career.		As	
an	 offensive	 wide	 receiver	 he	 has	
hauled	 in	 151	 receptions	 for	 2,173	
yards	and	28	touchdowns.		As	a	de-
fensive	 player,	 he	 has	 made	 99	 solo	
tackles,	63	assists	and	7	interceptions.	     	
His	athleticism	continues	on	the	bas-
ketball	 court	 and	 in	 track	 and	 field	
	 It	 is	 his	 abilities	 that	 have	 made	
him	a	perfect	candidate	for	this	ben-
efit	game	in	which	he	will	be	able	to	
share	these	talents	to	raise	funds	for	
the	Shriners	hospitals	which	provide	
medical	 care	 for	 children	 suffering	
from	 orthopedic	 conditions,	 burns,	
spinal	cord	injuries	and	cleft	lip	and	
	 A	bond	to	Shriners	Children’s	hos-
pital	 runs	 close	 to	 home.	 	There	 are	
                                                                                                                                                    Returning letterwinners
                                                                                                                                                    Letterwinners returning to play baseball for Garner-Hayfield in 2011 are: (front row, left to right) Nick
3	children	from	Garner	who	are	cur-
                                                                                                                                                    Roberts, Joe Ermer, Lance Austin, (back row) Blake Risius, Nathan Hrubes, Zach Buseman,
rently	 patients	 at	 Shriners	 Hospital	
and	Clinics	for	Children	in	the	Twin	                                                                                                               and Damon Quandt. (Photo by Rick Ermer)
	 Eric	Luppen,	age	8,	has	been	a	pa-
tient	there	for	4	years.		According	to	
                                                  Josh Thompson (center) will play in the 2011 Shrine Bowl. The                                     G-H baseball fields youthful squad
                                                  football game not only showcases the state’s top pre-college                                       	 A	 number	 of	 new	 faces	 will	 be	       seniors	 and	 a	 total	 of	 six	 letter	       about	 his	 team’s	 youthfulness.	
his	 parents,	 Al	 and	 Linda	 Luppen,	
                                                  football talent, but is a fund-raiser for Shriners Hospitals for                                   seen	in	the	dugout	and	on	the	field	         winners	returning.	Seniors	Damon	              Of	 the	 16	 players	 on	 the	 varsity	
he	was	diagnosed	with	Scoliosis	and	
                                                  Children. Three Garner families have benefited from the Shriners                                   when	the	Garner-Hayfield	baseball	           Quandt	and	Blake	Risius	will	lend	             roster,	11	of	them	are	freshmen	and	
makes	 bi-yearly	 trips	 to	 St	 Paul	 to	
                                                  Hospital and Clinic in the Twin Cities: (left-right) Eric Luppen,                                  team	 opens	 their	 season.	The	 new	        their	 leadership	 skills	 to	 a	 roster	      sophomores.	
monitor	 his	 situation	 and	 present	 all	
                                                  Brooke Waddingham and Jonathan Furman. (Submitted photo)                                           faces	on	the	field	will	be	a	number	         that	 will	 include	 a	 number	 of	            	 “Our	 two	 seniors	 will	 have	 to	
options	for	treatment.		
	 “The	 doctors	 are	 very	 knowledge-            been	a	patient	at	Shriners	since	1999.	    	   She	 had	 corrective	 surgery	 in	 2002	            of	 underclassmen	 along	 with	 a	           freshmen	 and	 sophomores.	 Both	              lead	 a	 very	 young	 team,”	 noted	
able	in	what	they	do.		They	are	also	             He	was	fitted	for	a	brace	on	his	right	        and	 follow	 up	 until	 she	 reached	 age	          couple	 of	 players	 from	 Ventura	          Quandt	and	Risius	have	experience	             Childress.	“We	are	hoping	to	make	
very	patient	and	understanding	when	              ankle	to	help	with	balance	and	stabil-         19.		Keri	said,	“The	hospital	arrange-              while	the	new	faces	in	the	dugout	           on	 the	 mound	 and	 are	 expected	            improvements	 on	 every	 aspect	 of	
dealing	 with	 parents	 that	 are	 unsure	        ity.	The	process	to	make	these	braces	         ments	are	so	nice	you	don’t	even	feel	              aren’t	exactly	new,	just	rearranged.	        to	 play	 key	 roles	 defensively.	            our	game.	I	am	excited	to	see	how	
of	what	to	do	or	what	choices	to	make	            is	time	consuming	and	costly.	                 like	it’s	a	hospital.”		                            	 Long	 time	 assistant	 Paul	               Joe	 Ermer	 is	 the	 only	 junior	 on	         our	 younger	 players	 will	 react	 to	
regarding	 the	 situation	 their	 child	 is	      	 It	requires	staff	with	skill	and	crafts-     	 It	was	her	good	experience	at	Shri-               Childress	 will	 assume	 head	               the	 roster	 returning	 to	 the	 squad.	       varsity	 baseball	 and	 how	 quickly	
facing.		They,	most	importantly,	make	            manship	 that	 they	 acquire	 through	         ners	that	caused	her	to	become	a	med-               coaching	 duties	 this	 year	 after	         Ermer	 was	 a	 second	 team	 NIC	              they	 will	 grow	 as	 players.	 That	
a	 concerted	 effort	 to	 help	 the	 kids	        years	 of	 practice.	 	 The	 technicians	      ical	 assistant	 as	 a	 career.	 Keri	 along	       former	 head	 coach	 Bill	 Awtry	            player	 as	 a	 sophomore	 last	 season	        will	 be	 a	 major	 factor	 on	 how	
they	are	seeing	feel	comfortable”	say	            must	 fine	 tune	 the	 braces	 to	 prevent	    with	her	parents	Don	and	Kay	Schle-                 relocated	 due	 to	 an	 employment	          and	 will	 see	 time	 on	 the	 mound	          competitive	we	will	be	this	season.”
Eric’s	mother	Linda.		                            and	rubbing	and	sores.		Shriners	pro-          usner	 from	 Garner	 were	 so	 pleased	             change.	 Childress’	 assistant,	             and	 in	 the	 infield.	 Other	 returning	      	 The	 Cards	 will	 begin	 their	
	 Brooke	 Waddingham,	 14,	 of	 Gar-              vide	 new	 braces	 each	 time	 children	       with	 the	 treatment	 and	 care	 she	 re-           Brett	 Greiman,	 has	 spent	 the	 last	      letter	 winners	 include	 sophomores	          season	 with	 a	 full	 week	 of	 action.	
ner,	 had	 her	 first	 visit	 to	 Shriners	 in	   outgrow	 them.	 	 Jonathon’s	 parents,	        ceived	at	Shriners,	that	Don	became	                several	 years	 working	 with	 the	          Zach	 Buseman,	 Nick	 Roberts	 and	            The	 Cards	 will	 be	 on	 the	 road	 for	
2003	 after	 a	 recommendation	 from	             Don	 and	 Melinda	 Furman	 said	 that	         a	 Shriner	 himself	 and	 is	 very	 active	         program	 in	 a	 volunteer	 capacity.	        Nathan	 Hrubes.	 Buseman	 pitches	             their	 first	 four	 games,	 traveling	
the	local	AEA	for	abnormality	of	gait.	       	   over	 time	 his	 right	 heal	 cord	 began	     in	the	North	Iowa	Shrine	Club.		Keri	               Childress	 is	 hoping	 that	 his	 and	       and	 plays	 first	 base	 while	 Roberts	       to	 Clarion	 on	 Tuesday,	 North	
Shriners	offered	many	treatments	and	             to	 shorten	 causing	 his	 toe	 to	 point,	    remembers	seeing	the	Shriner	cars	in	               Greiman’s	 familiarity	 with	 the	           is	 an	 infield	 and	 Hrubes	 plays	 the	      Kossuth	 on	 Wednesday,	 Hampton	
assistive	devices	such	as	Botox	injec-            which	 would	 cause	 Jonathon	 to	 trip	       past	 parades	 and	 not	 realizing	 how	            players	and	program	will	lead	to	a	          outfield.                                      on	 Thursday	 and	 Rockford	 on	
tions,	walkers,	a	wheelchair	and	ther-            easily.	 	 Shriners	 Hospital	 provided	       much	those	men	do	to	raise	funds	and	               smooth	transition	to	some	different	         	 Childress	is	optimistic	about	his	           Friday.	G-H	will	then	play	in	the	St.	
apy	services	to	assist	with	her	disabil-          the	surgery	and	follow-up	visits	nec-          help	the	kids	until	now	as	she	watches	             coaching	ideas.                              pitching	staff,	noting	that	the	Cards	         Edmond	Tournament	on	Memorial	
ity.		By	2006	surgery	was	needed	to	              essary	to	lengthen	the	heal	cord	and	          her	dad.                                            	 Childress’	 squad	 will	 be	 very	         have	 four	 experienced	 hurlers	              Day.
lengthen	 tendons	 and	 straighten	 her	          keep	him	safe.		                               	 So	as	you	can	see,	the	Shrine	Bowl	               thin	 on	 experience,	 with	 only	 two	      returning,	but	he	is	also	concerned	
legs.		                                           	 Another	 area	 the	 Furman’s	 gained	        isn’t	just	another	football	game.		It	is	

                                                                                                                                                 Huinker advances to regional golf
	 All	this	was	done	without	the	worry	            support	 from	 Shriners	 was	 with	 the	       an	opportunity	for	standout	athletes	to	
of	insurance	limits	thanks	to	citizens	           equipment	 loan	 closet.	 	 Jonathon	          show	appreciation	for	the	talents	and	
who	 support	 the	 Shriners	 hospitals	           didn’t	have	the	stamina	to	go	on	long	         abilities	they	have	been	given	and	use	
and	the	Shriner	members	themselves	               walks	and	soon	outgrew	the	tradition-          that	ability	to	help	others.		The	partici-      	 For	 the	 second	 year	 in	 a	 row,	          	 Huinker	 started	 the	 day	 with	
who	sponsor	these	children.		The	sur-             al	 stroller.	 	 Shriners	 were	 happy	 to	    pants	will	gather	in	Ames	in	July	for	a	        Garner-Hayfield’s	 Karah	 Huinker	              a	 disappointing	 round	 of	 55	 but	
gery	didn’t	gain	Brooke	the	ability	to	           lend	Jonathon	a	“heavy	duty”	stroll-           week	 of	 practicing	 not	 only	 for	 their	    advanced	 to	 the	 Class	 2A	 Regional	         rebounded	with	a	48	for	a	total	score	
walk	again,	but	did	give	her	mobility	            er,	which	he	used	almost	daily	for	4	          game,	but	practicing	with	kids	who	are	         Golf	 Tournament.	 Huinker	 earned	             of	 103	 to	 earn	 the	 runner-up	 spot.	
for	transfers.		Her	parents	Mark	and	             years.		The	Furman’s	feel	incredibly	          Shriners	patients.		The	week	will	cul-          medalist	honors	as	a	sophomore	and	             Mariah	Formanek	was	in	third	place	
Liz	 Waddingham	 have	 been	 pleased	             fortunate	 to	 have	 found	 such	 a	 re-       minate	with	the	big	game	held	on	July	          finished	 in	 the	 runner-up	 spot	 this	       individually	after	the	first	round	with	
with	the	care	and	concern	Brooke	has	             source,	 which	 understands	 children	         23	7:00	p.m.	at	Jack	Trice	Stadium	and	         season	 at	 the	 District	 Tournament.	         a	 52	 but	 had	 trouble	 on	 the	 second	
received	 from	 Shriners	 Twin	 Cities,	          with	special	needs	and	will	treat	them	        is	open	to	the	public.		                        Karah	 will	 be	 playing	 for	 a	 spot	         nine,	carding	a	66	for	a	total	of	118.	
the	 staff	 is	 always	 friendly	 and	 pa-        with	such	care	and	concern.		The	ben-          	 To	 make	 a	 contribution,	 checks	           in	 this	 year’s	 Class	 2A	 State	 Golf	       Kendra	 Kadrlik	 combined	 scores	 of	
tient,	and	they	treat	you	like	family.            efits	 are	 tremendous	 for	 patients	 at	     should	 be	 payable	 to	 Iowa	 Shrine	          Tournament	to	be	held	next	week	in	             60	and	62	(122)	while	Morgan	Larson	
	 Jonathon	 Furman	 had	 a	 severe	               Shriners	Hospital!                             Bowl	Games	Inc.		They	can	be	mailed	            Adel.                                           completed	the	team	total	with	rounds	
stroke	 in	 1996	 when	 he	 was	 only	 2	         	 Keri	 McKinley	 of	 Garner,	 who	            to	Josh	Thompson	at	860	11th	Street	            	 The	 Cardinals	 traveled	 to	 Nashua	         of	 67	 and	 63	 (130).	Also	 competing	
months	old	which	permanently	weak-                is	 now	 an	 adult,	 was	 also	 treated	 at	   Pl.,	 Garner	 IA	 50438.	 	 Donations	          on	Monday	for	district	play,	hoping	to	         for	G-H	were	Chanae	Kofron	(67,	64,	
ened	 his	 right	 leg	 and	 arm.	 	 He	 has	      the	 Shriners	 Hospital	 for	 Scoliosis.	  	   should	be	submitted	before	June	1.              finish	as	one	of	the	top	two	teams	and	         131)	and	Morgan	Ricke	(67,	71,	138).
                                                                                                                                                 extend	 their	 season	 by	 at	 least	 one	      	 Cardinal	 coach	 Todd	 Greiman	

Garner Women Golf Association winners                                                                                                            week.	A	strong	field	combined	with	a	
                                                                                                                                                 difficult	 course	 led	 to	 a	 fourth	 place	
                                                                                                                                                                                                 commented,	 “The	 thick	 roughs	 and	
                                                                                                                                                                                                 quick,	 unlevel	 greens	 led	 to	 some	
	 Thirty-five	 women	 enjoyed	                    50.                                            Schleusner,	34.                                 finish	for	the	Garner	girls.                    big	 numbers	 for	 all	 of	 the	 golfers.	
golfing	 with	 the	 GWGA	 golf	 on	               	 Handicap	 Medalist:	 Darlene	                	 Putter	 of	 the	 week	 was	 Jackie	           	 Forest	City	won	the	team	title	with	a	        The	medalist	shot	a	101	for	the	day,	
Wednesday,	 May	 18.	 Winners	 were	              Wood,	34.                                      Young,	13.                                      score	of	448	followed	by	a	surprising	          and	 it	 typically	 takes	 a	 score	 in	 the	   Morgan Larson putting at the
as	follows:                                                  Blue Golfers                        	 Denise	 Haberkamp	 had	 a	 birdie	            Osage	 squad	 in	 the	 runner-up	 spot	         80’s	 to	 win	 a	 district	 championship.	      District Meet on Monday at
            Red Golfers                           	 Scratch	Medalist:	Mary	Clark,	46.            on	hole	number	five.                            with	a	449.	Dike-New	Hartford	place	            The	 course	 really	 caused	 us	 some	          Nashua. (Submitted photo)
	 Scratch	Medalist:	LuAnn	Lauters,	               	 Handicap	     Medalist:	    Judy	            	 Three	 golfers	 had	 chip-ins:	               third	 with	 a	 459	 followed	 by	 the	         problems	and	our	team	score	reflected	          Tournament	 hoping	 to	 advance	 to	
56.                                               Wilhelm,	33.                                   Denise	Haberkamp	on	hole	number	                Cards	 at	 473	 and	West	 Fork	 at	 474.	       that.	I	expected	to	compete	for	second	         the	 state	 meet.	 The	 field	 is	 very	
	 Handicap	Medalist:	Tracy	Brock,	                           Gold Golfers                        one,	Kris	Wood	on	hole	number	two,	             Completing	 the	 field	 were	 Nashua	           place,	but	we	couldn’t	avoid	the	big	           strong	at	Dike	this	year,	as	some	very	
37.                                               	 Scratch	    Medalists:	  Denise	             and	 Jody	 Garland	 on	 hole	 number	           Plainfield	 (480),	 Central	 Springs	           numbers.”                                       impressive	 scores	 advanced	 from	
           White Golfers                          Haberkamp,	44.                                 nine.                                           (497)	 and	 Aplington-Parkersburg	              	 Huinker	 will	 now	 play	 on	 May	            the	 two	 other	 district	 sites	 that	 are	
	 Scratch	 Medalist:	 Carol	 Omans,	              	 Handicap	 Medalists:	 Laura	                                                                 (518).                                          23	at	Dike	in	the	Class	2A	Regional	            included	in	this	regional.	
   12             The Leader • Wednesday, May 25, 2011                                                          SPORTS                                                                                            

Sidetrack Lanes 2010-2011
Season League Results
  The following are the 2010-2011          3177.                                        Step Ladder Tournament
season bowling league results from           Scratch Game: Eric Cox, 279; Jim         The 2010-2011 Men’s League
the Sidetrack Lanes in Britt.              Nielsen, 267; Dave Spencer, 267.        concluded April 27 with the annual
                                             Scratch Series: Tim Smith, 707;       awards banquet and step ladder tour-
            Youth League                   Dave Spencer, 698; Doug Bauer,          nament. Each bowler was invited to
   The 2011 Sidetrack Lanes youth          693.                                    participate in an individual handicap
league met Sunday afternoons from            Handicap Game: Duane Smith,           tournament. The bowlers rolled two
January through March. Fundamen-           296; Eric Cox, 295; Dan Chizek,         games with the top five advancing to
tals of bowling were a focus includ-       294.                                    a step ladder roll off finish. The top
ing scoring by hand and sportsman-           Handicap Series: Tim Smith, 788;      five bowlers to advance were Earl
ship. Each bowler was able to show         Earl Parks, 774; Doug Bauer, 756.       Parks, Jordan Cook, Matt Muth, Eric
off their skills at the end of the sea-      Individual High Averages: Dave        Cox and Tim Smith. Earl Parks of
son by participating in a youth/adult      Spencer, 196.54; Eric Cox, 189.86;      Kanawha started the roll off in the
tournament. Winners of the tourna-         Jim Nielsen, 188.55.                    top seat and was able to hold his po-     Proto Men’s League first place winners                                                      Tim Smith high series
ment were Glen and Tracy Smith,                                                    sition to win the tournament.
Dillon Lennox and Doug Bauer, and            Saturday Night Couples League
Nick and Andrew Hunt.                         Every other Saturday night Side-      High School Bakers Tournament
                                           track Lanes hosted a couple’s league.     Sidetrack Lanes hosted a high
            Men’s League                   Each two person team competed           school Baker’s Tournament in
   The 2010-2011 season concluded          against another individual and team     March. Each team consisted of five
on April 25 with the season roll off.      match points. This year’s league        high school age bowlers. The tourna-
To qualify to participate in the roll      concluded April 23.                     ment consisted of three games where
off the teams must win one of the             Couples League Results: first         each bowler bowled two frames of
four quarters which make up the            place: Mo and Rob Clarke of Britt;      each game.
season. The winner of the roll off         second place: Ron Bauer and Tina          First place was the team of Javier
determines the overall season cham-        Hudspeth of Britt; third place: Cory    Vasquez, Cody Bratten, Skylar Vega,
pion. Two teams made this year’s           Trenary and Laurie Sorensen of          Aaron Bratten and Adam Herman-
roll off. Pronto who won the second,       Clear Lake; fourth place: Sonja and     son.
third, and fourth quarters and Side-       Brad Muhm of Miller; fifth place:          Second place was the team of
track Lanes who won the first quar-         Matt Muth and Amy Madson of Britt;      Morgan Johnson, Braden Carlson,
ter. This year’s Sportsman’s League        sixth place: Todd Romer and Ranae       Connor Haugland, Darielle Hud-
champion is Pronto from Kanawha.           Gray of Britt; seventh place: Chris     speth, and Kelsey Mahlstedt.
                                           and Shannon Johnson of Kanawha;
           Roll Off Results                eighth place: Tracy and Jim Wood of
   First place – Pronto from               Woden; ninth place: Dean Nielsen
Kanawha. Team members are Cody             and Kathy Tonn of Britt; and tenth
Hoeft, Duane Smith, Earl Parks, Jor-       place: heath and Krissy Anderson of
dan Cook, and Cory Brown.                  Goodell and Ryan and April Smith                                                  Step Ladder finalists
   Second place – Sidetrack Lanes          of Britt.
from Britt. Team members are Matt             Season High Scores were as fol-
Priebe, Tracy Smith, Gary Madsen,          lows:
Vernon Gaulke, Jacob Zittrisch, with          Team Scratch Game: Bauers, 358;
the following substitutes: Doug Bau-       Team Scratch Series: Bauers, 1011;
er, Ron Bauer, and Jake Weiland.           Team Handicap Game: Woodys,
   Team Season High Games and Se-          473; and Team Handicap Series:
ries:                                      Bauer’s, 1249.
   Scratch Game: Faust Farms, 1123;           Scratch Game: Men: Ron Bau-
1st State Bank, 1004; J&D Hob Nob,         er, 247, Women: Mo Clarke and
1003.                                      Sonja Muhm, 190; Scratch Series:
   Scratch Series: Faust Farms, 3081;      Men: Ron Bauer, 668, Women: Mo
1st State Bank, 2733; J&D Hob Nob,         Clarke, 473; Handicap Game: Men:
2726.                                      Ron Bauer, 242, Women: Laurie
   Handicap Game: Faust Farms,             Sorenson, 253; Handicap Series:
1244; 1st State Bank, 1209; J&D            Men: Ron Bauer, 686, Women: Mo
Hob Nob, 1203.                             Clarke, 650.
   Handicap Series: Faust Farms,                                                    Earl Parks first place Ladder             First place youth
3349; Pronto, 3222; 1st State Bank,,              Sportsman’s League
                                                                                                                                                                                              Waterpower & Aqua Aerobics

 Young Plays at 2A District Golf
                                                                                                                                                                            The Garner Aquatic Center is once again offering two types of
                                                                                                                                                                            water workouts for patrons; classes will be starting on June 13,
   Garner-Hayfield’s Rick Young completed his            to district competition next season.                    much as any team that I’ve coached,” remarked                   On Tuesday and Thursday mornings, patrons are welcome to
 high school golf season last week, competing in          Cardinal coach Ken Krause commented, “ Rick           Krause. “Positive attitudes and time on the practice        join instructor Stephanie Kappos at 6 a.m. for an hour-long ses-
 the Class 2A District Meet. Young was playing in       struggeled on the early part of the round but played    range have been the keys to their success. The team         sion of waterpower.
 hopes of qualifying for the State Golf Meet after      very well on the final ten holes. He has shown a         will lose two seniors Cole and Zach Greiman and                 Aqua aerobics will be Monday and Wednesday evenings, 5:30
 advancing from the Class 2A Sectional Tourna-          great deal of improvement during the season and         both young men have been enjoyable to work with.            to 6:30 p.m. with instructor Cheryl Hanna.
 ment a week ago. Rick traveled to Waterloo on Fri-     with continued work on his short game will be very      We will return four varsity players next season led             A season pass to attend both aqua aerobics and waterpower
 day to play at the Gates Park Golf Course.             competitive next year.”                                 by Rick, A.J. Haag and Zach Buseman who are all             classes is $50. Daily admission for either class is $3.50.
   During the competition, Young opened with a 43         Rick’s elimination from tournament play marked        two year letter winners. The can make great im-
 on the front nine and then followed with a 40 on the   the official conclusion of the high school golf sea-     provement by playing over the summer. Freshman                          2011 PVGC Tournament Schedule
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                   Leader Sports section is sponsored by the following area businesses:

                       American Espresso                Edward Jones Investments                                Mat’s Place                                American Legion Post #229                                Iowa State Bank
                           Coffee Cafe                    Hancock County Coop                                 Klein Insurance                                      The Loft                                        Gold Eagle Co-op
                    Clear Lake Bank & Trust                     Oil Assn.                                   Tammy’s Pharmacy                                 Corwith Farm Service                                  Hancock County
                  Drs. Tesene, Maurer & Maurer          Manufacturer’s Bank & Trust                      Pro Advantage Services®                                K&H Co-op Oil                                      Memorial Hospital

         OLF • SOCCER • TRACK • GOLF • SOCCER • TRACK • GOLF • SOCCER • TRACK • GOLF • SOCCER • TRACK • GOLF • S                                                                              SPORTS                                                                Wednesday, May 25, 2011 • The      Leader 13

                                               Congratulations to area athelets
                                              on their accomplishments at State!
                           Check out the Leader next week for Stats and tribute!

                                   FC Distance Medley finished
Jason Carroll, senior at CWL,      14th with a time of 3:40.42.                                                                                     WCLT senior Myles Scarano
                                   WCLT Seniors Andrew Mont-             Jace Engstler, junior GH, fin-                                              placed 7th in the 1600 meter         Ben Lau, senior GH, finished
finished 3rd in the 100 meter
                                   gomery (above) and Myles              ished 15th in the 2A long jump           Dasiana Larson placed 17th in     run (4:25.94) and 9th in the         14th in 800 meter run on Satur-
dash on Saturday with a time
                                   Sarano led and anchored the           on Thursday with a leap of               2A Shot Put with at 34” 5 3/4”    3200 (9:45.35).                      day with a time of 2:02.84.
of 11.52.
                                   medley or the Indians.                19’6”

                                                                                                                                                    WCLT, Jason Gapp, placed 10th in the the 3A High Jump (6”)

GH girl’s 800 sprint medley placed 5th with a time of 1:53.59. Members of the medley team were (left to right) junior Melody Baxter,
senior Taryn Prohaska, junior Jordan Blank (not pictured), and freshman Maddie Tusha.

NO PHOTO:                                                                on Anderson ran in the first spot of the medley.
  WCLT’s Aaron Anderson placed 11th on Saturday in the 800-                FC/WCLT Amanda Busta placed 7th in the 100 meter hurdles
meter run with a time of 2:05.70.                                        (16.35) and 11th in the 400 meter hurdles (1:08.78)
  FC/WCLT junior Jon Krien finished 18th in the 400 meter hur-              FC/WCLT 4x800 meter relay – finished 23rd (10:39.87)                      Senior, Josh Thompson tied
dles (58.11).                                                              FC/WCLT’s Maranda Chapin placed 17th in the discus (108’6”)              for 3rd in the High Jump on Fri-     Jessica Kingston finished 21st
  FC/WCLT 4x800 meter relay placed 19th (8:25.99)- WCLT’s Aar-           and 16th in shot put (34”8.25”)                                            day with a distance of 6’2”          in the 400 meter dash (1:04.35)

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       David Morgan
       On this rare occasion, the town of Mason City has the                          hundred dollars back in the seventies. Turns out, it was a                     INFORMATION
       chance to host Premiere Estate Buyers at the Clarion Inn.                      rare submariner that brought the local resident in excess of a
       “We are paying local residents this week on the spot for their                 thousand dollars.” Parsons continued to say that Rolex, Cartier,
       treasures,” said Jordan Parsons, a spokesperson for the event.                 Patek Phillipe, Hamilton and Omega are all great brands that
       The main items of interest, said Parsons, are anything jewelry                 could bring in a large amount of money.
                                                                                                                                                                 WHO         PREMIERE ESTATE BUYERS
       related, with gold at the $1,400 mark. Another category that                         The company recently purchased an old Gibson guitar in
       has recently increased due to market highs is coins. One coin                  Grand Rapids, Michigan for $124,500. And just last week                    WHAT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC TO
       could be worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars. “Coins                   they paid a Huntsville, Alabama resident $15,000 for an old                            SELL THEIR VALUABLES
       start to accumulate a premium when they are dated 1964 or                      Martin guitar that had been refurbished and altered. Parsons
       earlier,” said Parsons. The astonishing part about the event is                said that most all pre-1970 Gibson, Fender, Martin, National
       that they will pay you on the spot. Nothing has to be mailed off               and Rickenbacker guitars are valuable. They are worth at least a          WHERE CLARION INN
       while you are stuck waiting for a check. This is not an appraisal              couple hundred dollars and in extreme cases, a couple hundred                          (FORMERLY HOLIDAY INN)
       event either—we are here to purchase residents’ items for a fair               thousand. Another customer ecstatic customer exclaimed, “It’s
       market value.                                                                  unbeleivable, I brought in some old coins that had been in an                          2101 4TH STREET SW
                                                                                      old cigar box for years and some old herringbone necklaces—in                          (HIGHWAY 122 W)
     “IT’S UNBELIEVABLE, I BROUGHT IN SOME OLD COINS THAT                             less than fifteen minutes I left with a check for $700.”
      HAD BEEN IN A LITTLE CIGAR BOX FOR YEARS AND SOME OLD                                                                                                                  MASON CITY, IA 50401
                                                                                            Residents are encouraged to gather up similar items from
      HERRINGBONE NECKLACES—IN LESS THAN FIFTEEN MINUTES                              their lockboxes, closets, jewelry boxes and even under the bed.
      I LEFT WITH A CHECK FOR $700.”                                                  Bring them into the Premiere Estate Buyers event and cash in.             WHEN MAY 24TH - 28TH
            Premiere is capable of paying a higher percentage because                 “We are fortunate to host the event here in Mason City,” said
                                                                                      Parsons, “—don’t miss your opportunity to cash in.”                                    TUES–FRI 9AM–6PM
       of their vast network of clients. It also saves on refinery charges
       because of the large volumes they deal in. Smaller dealers, in                                                                                                        SATURDAY 9AM–4PM
       most cases, cannot pay as high of a premium.
            Huge premiums can also be paid for vintage watches.                                                                                                   DIRECTIONS 641.423.1640
       Parsons explained that, “One time in a show in Illinois, a
       customer brought in a watch that they had bought for a few
                                                                                                                                                                INFORMATION 217.787.7767

       What We Buy:

    GOLD                                       SILVER                                      COINS                                      BROKEN JEWELRY                             PLATINUM
    Broken and unused jewelry, dental gold,    Flatware, tea sets, goblets, jewelry        Any and all coins made before 1965,        New or Old: mismatched earrings,           Anything made of platinum.
    Krugerrands, Canadian Maple Leafs, Pan-    and anything marked sterling.               rare coins, entire collections, silver     bracelets, loose diamonds, all gem
    das, gold bars, U.S. Eagles, etc.                                                      dollars, half dollars, and all others.     stones, etc.
 14    The Leader • Wednesday, May 25, 2011                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

CW audit report released
  Cornwell, Friderers, Maher & As-        of $283,324.
sociates, P.L.C., CPA’s recently re-        Expenses for District operations
leased an audit report for Corwith-       totaled $2,289,152, a 7.0 percent de-
Wesley Community School District,         crease from the prior year. Expenses
Corwith.                                  included $1,440,436 for instruc-
  The District’s revenues totaled         tion, $651,464 for support services,
$2,556,965 for the year ended June        $126,673 for other expenditures, and
30, 2010, a 4.5 percent decrease from     $70,579 for non-instructional pro-
the prior year. Revenues included         grams.
$1,523,859 in local tax, charges            A copy of the audit report is avail-
for service of $369,824 operating         able for review in the District Secre-
grants, contributions and restricted      tary’s Office, the Office of Auditor of
interest of $336,493, capital grants,     State, and on the Auditor of State’s
contributions and restricted interest     web site at hppt://
of $31,725, unrestricted interest of      reports/index.html.
$11,740 and other general revenues

NIACC offers motorcycle rider education
  North Iowa Area Community Col-          shifting and stopping. Anyone may
lege and ABATE of Iowa, Inc. will         take the course to learn, refresh or
offer Motorcycle Rider Education          improve safe riding skills. The li-
for those who ride or plan to ride a      censing skills test may be waived
motorcycle.                               upon successful completion of the
  Participants will learn to ride safe-   course. Iowa law requires any per-
ly in this Motorcycle Safety Founda-      son under the age of 18 who wants
tion approved course. Motorcycle          a Class M license – valid for the op-
classes will be conducted in Garner       eration of a motorcycle – to success-
on June 10 – 12. Class will be in ses-    fully complete a Motorcycle Rider
sion at 6 p.m. on Friday and all day      Education course before the license
on Saturday and Sunday. There is a        will be issued.
fee for this class.                         To register for Motorcycle Rider
  Motorcycle Rider Education high-
lights the basic skills of riding such
                                          Education course, call 641-422-
                                          4358 or toll-free 1-888-GO NIACC                        CWL elementary concert
as riding in a straight line, turning,    ext. 4358.                                              The first through fourth grade classes at Corwith-Wesley-LuVerne presented “Arf!” at the elementary spring concert, May 16. “Arf”
                                                                                                  is a canine musical of kindness, courage and calamity! Songs were This is Our Night to Howl!, What Does It Mean to be a Dog?,
                                                                                                  Connect the Dots, Fight Fair, and I May be Small. The concert was under the direction of Molly Wubben. (Submitted photo )

  News at a glance
                                            YOUR TRUSTED NAME IN REAL ESTATE
Graduation ceremony
BRITT - On Saturday, May 28, 2011
Teenworks Iowa, a local Home-
school service will be sponsoring a
                                            Amazing 5 BR, 3 BA Ranch w/So. Exposure.
graduation for local homeschooler           Approx. 1,836 Sq. Ft., Plus Full, Fin. Lower           Gorgeous Inside and Out: Well Cared For,
graduates. The ceremony will start          Level w/2 Egress Windows. Central Vac. New             4 BR, 3 BA Ranch Near Schools. Cook’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Spacious Ranch in Great Location in Garner!
                                            Hot Tub Room Off Dining Area. New: Flooring,           Kitchen w/Pantry & Appliances Included. Main
at 1 p.m. at the Britt Evangelical          Countertops and Furnace. Freshly Painted.              Level Laundry. Cathedral Ceilings. Gas FP in
                                                                                                                                                      Approx. 1,800 Sq. Ft., 4 BR, 2 Bath Home                Attention 1st Timers & Investors!! Cute 2 BR,         Great 3 BR, 1.25 Bath on Large Lot w/Attached
                                                                                                                                                      w/Many Updates Located on Corner Lot                    1 Bath Opportunity on Corner Lot near Schools         Garage and Vinyl Siding & Brick Exterior. Large
Free Church with a reception at noon        Woodburning FP in Main Level Family Room.
                                            Oversized, Insulated & Heated, Att. 3 Stall Garage
                                                                                                   Living Room & Family Room. Mostly Finished
                                                                                                   Lower Level w/Lge. Family Room/Rec Area            Near Downtown: Main Level Laundry. Formal               & Parks. Great for a first time home or investor       Family Room w/Vaulted Ceiling & Sky Light.
prior to the ceremony. This year            w/Rear OH Door for Golf Cart. Brick & New              w/Wet Bar. Vinyl Siding. Oversized, Insulated      Dining Room. Newer Windows. Large Deck.                 looking for an Excellent Rental Property. Priced      Hot Water, Heat, C/A, and Full Basement.All in
                                            Vinyl Siding. On Lge. Lot Across the Street            & Sheetrocked, Attached Double Garage. One         Fenced Backyard. Vinyl Siding and Brick.                to Sell in the $30s. This one won’t last long, call   Prime Location near Schools, Parks, New Pool
graduates include: Samantha Horak           From the Golf Course!!!                                Year Home Warranty To Buyers!!                     Detached 2 Stall Garage. A MUST SEE!                    us today and come take a look.                        and Rec Center. Mid $120’s.
of Buffalo Center, Micah Jaeger of
Titonka, Aric Siegrist of Wesley, Ka-
tie Uken of Titonka and Adam Wa-              PE
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chholz of Ottosen. The ceremony is                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  INDUSTRIAL PARK:
open to the public.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    • Lot (B) - 0.26 Acres - $7,500
                                            Well Cared For, 3-4 BR, 2 BA Ranch w/Approx.
Veterans commission                         1,354 Sq. Ft. Appliances Negot. 4 Seasons
                                            Room Off Dining. NEW: Flooring, Paint, Trim,                                                                                                                      ATTENTION 1st TIME HOMEBUYERS:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    • Lot (C) - 0.58 Acres - $10,000
  The Hancock County Commis-                Furnace, CA & Windows. Finished Lower Level             Newer Metal Building w/Almost 12,000 Sq.          Built in 2003 in Garner’s Industrial Park:
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Extensively Remodeled, 4 BR, 2 Bath Home
sion of Veteran Affairs will meet on        w/Possible 4th BR. Attached Double Garage               Ft. for Light Manufacturing, Assembly Work        40’x80’ Commercial Bldg. Located On A
                                                                                                                                                      1/2 Acre Lot. Offers 20’x20’ Office w/Lge.               Near Downtown and Churches: Main Level                • Lot (D) - 0.716 Acres - $10,000
                                            w/Built-Ins. Fenced Backyard. Ideal Location            or Storage, Klemme: Two Large Overhead                                                                    Laundry. Open Stairway. Some Newer Windows.
                                                                                                                                                      Built-In Desk. Restroom. 20’x20’ Cold Storage
Wednesday, June 8, at 9:30 a.m. in          on Dead-End Street Near Schools, Parks, Pool            Doors. Majority of Floor Heating. Large
                                                                                                    Capacity Electrical Service. Office Space and      Area and 20’x40’ Cold Storage Area. (4) 8’x10’          Vinyl Siding. Front Porch. Attached Garage.           Give Us A Call For Details!
                                            & New Rec Center. $142,500.                                                                                                                                       Corner Lot. $60’s.
the Board of Supervisors Room at                                                                    Restrooms. Good Location and Available            Overhead Doors. Asking $85,000. Check Out
                                                                                                                                                      the Many Possibilities!
the courthouse in Garner.                        Gorgeous New Construction

VENTURA from front
letter from the state auditor directing
the City of Ventura to have an audit        LAST UNIT: QUALITY CONDO W/SOUTH
                                            EXPOSURE, GOLF COURSE: Stunning,                                                                          Former Sawmill Restaurant/Bar, Klemme:
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Well Cared For, 4 BR, 3 Bath Ranch
                                                                                                                                                                                                              w/Approx. 1,552 Sq. Ft. Plus Full, Finished
done for the fiscal year ending June        2-4 BR, 2-3 BA w/Approx. 1,500 Sq. Ft. Plus             GREAT COMMERCIAL BUILDING IN                      Lots of Upgrades by Previous Owner. Bar                 Lower Level: Beautiful Oak Dine-In Kitchen.
                                            Lower Level. Main Level Laundry. Custom                 KANAWHA: Check Into the Possibilities             Seating for 60 & Restaurant Seating for 70.             Appliances Included. Hardwood Floors. Master
30, 2011.                                   Cabinets. Master BR w/ Master BA & Walk-                of this 40’x60’ Sq. Ft. Metal Bldg. 2 Offices.     Everything Complete for New Start Up. Good              Suite w/Master Bath and Walk-in Closet. New
  Taylor was informed by the Iowa           In Closet. Vaulted Ceilings. Gas FP. 4 Seasons
                                            Rm. Poss. Bath, 2 BR’s, Family Room in LL
                                                                                                    2 Bathrooms. Two 14’ Overhead Doors. Located      Equipment. Full Basement. Newer Steel Roof.             Furnace & Central Air. Covered Porch. Large
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Deck. Attached, Insulated & Heated, 3 Stall
                                                                                                    on 55’x144’ Lot w/Railroad Access. Good           Needs Cleaning & General Repair. Enterpris-
League Cities that Ventura would            w/2 Egress Windows. Att. Dbl. Garage. Sod Yard          Investment w/Tenant in Place. Priced to Sell      ing New Owner/Operator Has Everything                   Garage. Vinyl Siding. PRIME Location Near
                                            w/Sprinklers. Fixtures and Flooring now                 at $57,500.                                       Needed For A Successful Operation!!                     School     on     Corner    Lot.      $180’s,
have four years to complete the audit       installed! Tax Abatement! Mid $190’s.                                                                                                                             So Don’t Wait!!
once the census count topped 700.
On the advice of the John Sorensen,
city attorney, the matter was placed        New Listings 
on the agenda for Monday’s council
  Jim Frederick, who resigned April
25, said enjoyed his time on the city                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Greg Schoneman
                                              Well Kept 3 BR, 3 Bath, 1.5 Story w/Numerous                                                                                                                      Quality, 3-4 BR, 2.5 BA Ranch w/Approx.
council. Frederick, who will be               Updates on an Enormous 132’x218’ Corner                                                                                                                           1,600 Sq. Ft. Plus Full, Fin. Lower Level w/4th              Broker
moving from the community, was                Lot Within Walking Distance to Downtown,
                                              Parks or Rec. Center. Newer Flooring, Paint,           Gorgeous Ground Level Condo on #9 Fairway          UNDER CONSTRUCTION!! New 1540 sq. ft.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                BR or Office, Spacious Family Rm., Rec Area.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Beautiful Oak Kitchen, Doors & Trim. Main
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ALC, CCIM, CRS, GRI
originally appointed to the council           Furnace, Roof, Fascia & Soffit. Large Sunken            w/Excellent View of the Garner Golf Course.        Ranch Home in Garner’s Newest Subdivision w/            Level Laundry w/1/2 Bath. Master BR w/Walk-                 923-2407
                                              FR w/Fireplace as well as a Large FR w/Wet             Immaculate 2 BR, 1 Bath w/934 sq. ft., Main        Southern Exposure. 3 BR, 2 Bath w/Main Level            In Closet & Full Master BA. Relaxing 3 Seasons
in June of 2004. He was elected in            Bar in Partially Finished Lower Level. Exterior        Level Laundry, Newer Furnace & Central Air,        Laundry Room, Master Suite w/Walk-in Closet,            Room Off Lge. Living Room w/Cathedral Ceil-
2005 and again in 2007.                       Features Steel Siding, Front Deck & Oversized          Attached Private Garage, Large Basement Area       and Oversized Finished Dbl. Garage! Comple-             ing. Attached, Insulated 24’x34’ Garage. Brick
                                              Finished Garage. Priced to Sell at $119,900. Call      and All Appliances Included. Care Free Living      tion set for Sept. 1, don’t let this one slip away,     Expterior. PRIME 120’x150’ Landscaped Lot
  The agenda for Monday night’s               for your private viewing today!!                       in Every Way!!                                     call today! $180s.                                      Near Schools, Pool and Parks!! Low $180’s.                 Lisa Schoneman
Ventura City Council meeting in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Broker Associate
cluded filling the vacancy by ap-
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  PEOPLE WHO READ                                                                                               724 A. - Monroe County, Iowa
                                                                                                        Top Notch Hunting Parcel in County Very Well-
  NEWSPAPERS ARE:                                                                                       known for Monster Bucks! Extensively Managed
                                            Very Nice, 4 BR, 2 Bath Ranch w/Approx.
                                                                                                        for Whitetail w/380 Tillable Acres for income. Ex-                                                                                                                 Matt Schoneman
                                            1,292 Sq. Ft. Plus Egress Window in Partially
                                                                                                        cellent Food Plot Locations and Pinch Points, True                                                                                                                 Broker Associate
                                            Finished Lower Level w/Family Room. Main
                                            Level Laundry. Large Living Room w/Picture                  Hunter’s Paradise. Priced to Sell @ $1,795/acre,
                                            Window. Attached, Oversized 2 Stall Garage.                 Call Today!                                                                                           Carefree Condo Living Awaits You! Check                         425-7673
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Out This 3BR, 3 Bath, Condo w/Finished
                                            Patio. Vinyl siding and Brick Exterior. Fenced
                                            Backyard. PRIME 100’x150’ Lot Near Schools,
                                                                                                                357 A. - Clarke County, Iowa                                                                  Lower Level. 2-Stall Attached Garage. Main
                                            New Aquatic Center & Parks. Offers 1 Yr.                    Excellent Hunting Farm w/Income!! 250 Acres                                                           Level Laundry, Open Floorplan. Must See!!

    BOARD                                   Home Warranty To New Buyers.                                rented @ $170/acre paid in advance. Remainder                                                         $170’s.
                                                                                                        in Timbered Draws. $2,650/acre, Call for Details                                                                                                                   Kyle Schoneman
  MEMBERS                                                                                                                             260 A. - Harrison County, Missouri
                                                                                                                                Very Nice Laying Farm west of Eagleville, Missouri
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                                                                                                                                with less than a half mile of !
                                                                                                                                                              gravel in a strong farm-                           PE
                                                                                                                                ing area with a great tenant in place for 2011. Great
                                                                                                                                farm for the money, Asking $1,950/acre, Call today
                                                                                                                                for Details!!
            It all starts                                                                                                               505 A. Ringgold County, Iowa                                          NEW CONSTRUCTION w/Southern
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Joe Gibbs
                                            Great For A First Time Buyer: Completely
         with Newspapers                    Remodeled, 3 BR Home w/Beautiful Oak                                              Quality Crop farm in S. Iowa located on hard surface                            Exposure! 1,330 sq. ft. Ranch w/3 BRs,                       Broker Associate
                                            Kitchen. Appliances Negotiable. New Floor                                         road close to town. Great Tenant in place for 2011                              2 Baths & Main Level Laundry. Great
                                            Coverings, Furnace, Windows and Roof. Main                                        renting 431.7 acres @ $200/acre paid March 1st.                                 Room, Vaulted Ceilings, Att. Oversized
                                            Level Laundry. Central Air. Vinyl Siding. Over-                                   Asking $3,495/acre, Call for details!!                                                                                                           425-0009
                                            sized Single Detached Garage PLUS Storage                                                                                                                         Garage, Vinyl Siding, Covered Front
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Porch. Priced to Sell in low $160s. Call
                                            Shed. Close to New Rec Center, Downtown
                                                                                                    Tell us what you want ... we’ll go find it!
      A Good Rule                           and Churches. $72,000.                                                                                                                                            us today to schedule your private viewing.

     for SUCESS...                                                                                                                                                 1 Unit Remains!                                                                                         Doug Thompson
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                 in                         Excellent for the 1st-time Homebuyer! Great                                                               In New Area Near School, Pool & Park                    Ideal For The First Time Homebuyer, And
                                            928 Sq. Ft. Ranch w/2 BRs, 2 Baths, & a Full           Just Walk To Schools, Parks, Pool & New Rec        w/South Exposure: Each Unit Offers: Main Level          Close to Downtown On A Large Corner Lot:

                                            Basement all only 1 Block from the School. Large       Center: Well Cared For 3 BR, 2 Bath Split Foyer    Laundry. Granite Counters. Vaulted Ceilings.            Charming and Unique, 3 BR, 2 Bath Home
                                            Lot, 2 Det. Garage, Storage Shed & Concrete            w/South Exposure, Located on Quiet, Dead-End       Skylights. FP. Master BR w/BA & Walk-In                 w/Open Floor Plan & Large Rooms.
      365 State St., Garner, IA             Patio. New Furnace & C/A as well as Updated            Street in Great Area. Appliances Negotiable.       Closet. Att. Dbl. Garage. East Unit-Approx.             Includes Appliances. Nice Deck Off The Kitchen.
        Phone 641-923-2684                  Dine-in Kitchen & Main Level Bath. All of this         New Carpet and Ceramic Tile. Interior Freshly      1,449 Sq. Ft., 3 BR’s, 3 BA’s & Finished                New Roof. Detached 2 Stall Garage. Mid $70’s,               with a Prime Location priced in the $70’s, Call us     Painted. Attached 2 Stall Garage. Please Give Us   Lower Level. West Unit- Approx. 1,427 Sq. Ft.,          So You’ll Want To Call Us Soon To Check               today to set up a private viewing.                     A Call Soon!!                                      2 BR’s, 2 BA’s & Unfinished Lower Level.                 This One Out!!


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