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									                                                                    COON RAPIDS
                                        Enterprise
Wish I Said It!
“A woman is like a teabag: you
never know how strong she is
until she’s in hot water.”

                Eleanor Roosevelt


               THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 2009                                                                                                                             VOLUME 128 | NUMBER 11


New bar ‘on tap’                                                                                                                                                                                                Photo courtesy Doug Carpenter




to open here soon
                                     the railroad tracks. The proposed
City questions                       location is two lots west of The
location of new fire/                 Wash House on Highway Street.
                                       The fire and ambulance depart-
ambulance station                    ments are fundraising to build a
         By Alyssa Jackson
                                     new fire/ambulance station to
  It’s been rumored for several      replace the aging and outgrown
weeks, but Monday was the first       present facilities. More than a
‘official’ indication that a new      year ago, the city paid a Carroll
business is emerging at the for-     based engineering firm for de-
mer Northside Bar location on        sign plans on a new facility to be
Main Street.                         built on property located on the
  At the beginning of Monday’s       west edge of Coon Rapids (north
city council meeting, Michael        of the tracks), but apparently that
Franz and city officials discussed    site has fallen out of favor.
the need to hold a special coun-       McDonough told the coun-
cil meeting later this week to       cil that choosing a new location
approve a liquor license for the     sooner rather than later would
business, to be called “Doug and     be advantageous for a number
Michael’s Old School Pub”.           of reasons. She said putting up
  The new business has yet to        a sign stating it is the “future lo-
meet state requirements for proof    cation of the Coon Rapids Fire
of insurance, crowd control and a    and Ambulance Department”                                      Representative Rod Roberts (left) and Senator Steve Kettering came to Coon Rapids last Saturday for a legislative forum.
background check -- all three are    would help keep the fundraising


                                                                            Report from legislative leaders
necessary before a liquor license    endeavor fresh in people’s mind.
can be approved. Franz told city     She also stated the property was
officials he is in the process of     flat and would require little prep-
completing these requirements        aration before building.
and plans to open as soon as he
                                                                            No serious talk of school consolidation at legislature
                                       Several council members ex-
receives a liquor license.           pressed concern about the pro-
  A tentative date for a special     posed location being south of the
city council meeting was set for     railroad tracks, including Mary
today (Thursday) at noon.                                                             By Alyssa Jackson                  Kettering agreed.                          Coon Rapids-Bayard Interme-              come to the floor.”
                                     Schwaller.                                At a legislative forum held last          The forum also addressed                diate Building superintendent                 The forum was sponsored by
  Franz, who is originally from        “It may only be two minutes,
the Pittsburgh, PA area, is the                                             Saturday at the Coon Rapids city          how stimulus funding may af-               Rich Stoffers stood during the              the Carroll Chamber of Com-
                                     but it could be two minutes too        council chambers, Senator Steve           fect this year’s legislative bud-          forum to give his thanks to the             merce and there will be future
manager of a Coon Rapids-based       late,” warned Schwaller, who
company called A to Z Enterpris-                                            Kettering and Representative              get for Iowa. Kettering reported           two legislators for advocating              forums in the area.
                                     said she was concerned that train      Rod Roberts spoke to a crowd of           $2.1 million is headed for Iowa            for west central Iowa schools.
es, which provides sound, light      traffic could slow an ambulance                                                                                                                                            Schedule of future forums
and video production services to                                            40.                                       and will go in large part to fund          He also inquired about House
                                     or fire response. She said she             The two legislators addressed          programs already in place, such            file 351, which would require                   • Sat., March 21 – Carroll Fire
clients throughout the midwest.      would never be in favor of a fire                                                                                                                                             Station
He took over the business after                                             whether or not there was “mean-           as road and highway programs,              that schools start no earlier than
                                     station on the south side of the       ingful conversation about school          Medicaid and the educational               the fourth Monday of August or                 • Sat., April 4 – Glidden City
his good friend and previous         tracks because statistically, most                                                                                                                                           Meeting Room at the
owner, Doug Zook, died unex-                                                consolidation in the Legisla-             system.                                    they would be penalized.
                                     of the residences are on the north     ture.”                                       Many details on how the                    Roberts reported that file 351                 Library
pectedly from a heart attack in      side of the tracks. Schwaller                                                                                                                                              • Sat., April 18 – Carroll High
the fall of 2007.                                                              “There is no serious proposal          stimulus funding can and will              had passed out of the House
                                     noted that while train traffic is       with regards to school consolida-         be used are not yet available, he          education committee, but that                    School small commons
  Owner Mike Hartl closed the        currently low, it could increase in
Northside Rec Parlor last fall,                                             tion,” Roberts said.                      said.                                      “it is questionable whether it will
                                     the future.
but Franz has reportedly leased        The consensus of the council


                                                                            Parkview almost a full house
the building and is preparing to     was to continue looking for a
reopen under new management.         future location of a new Fire and
  In other business, a location      Ambulance Department build-
proposed for the new Fire and        ing. McDonough expressed con-
Ambulance Department facility        cerns that available lots large
by Ambulance Director Paulette
McDonough was met by some
                                     enough for the building within
                                     city limits are few. The topic will
                                                                            Assisted living facility                                               Coffee talk from Parkview residents
                                                                                                                                                   “It’s great. I don’t have to do any work. I think it’s the best place in the world
resistance from the city council
because of its location south of
                                     be back on the agenda for the
                                     council’s April meeting.
                                                                            filling beds fast                                                       and I’m not leaving unless they kick me out.”             – Glenna Heiderscheit

                                                                                                                                                   “Everything is convenient. My room is really comfortable and it’s the right size
                                                                                      By Alyssa Jackson
                                                                                                                                                   room.”                                                     – Mary Schwenk
 Pre-K/Head Start orientation meeting March 24                                 In the past two months, the
    The Pre-Kindergarten/ Head Start Early Childhood Program                number of residents living in the                                      “Everyone is so nice and so friendly here.”                                 – Ada Huffaker
 Parent/Guardian orientation meeting has been re-scheduled for              Parkview Assisted Living has
                                                                            doubled, bringing the tenant list to                                   “We have more food than we can eat – very good food.” – Norma Laughery
 Tuesday evening, March 24, at 6:30 p.m, at Robert Deal Elemen-
 tary.                                                                      ten.
    At the meeting, CR-B school staff and Community Opportuni-                 “It’s been such a growing pro-
 ties representatives, will be sharing information about our Early-         cess through the whole thing,” said
 Childhood Program for the 2009-2010 school year. Parents and               Diane Hyland, Nurse Manager at
 families that are interested in enrolling their child(ren) in the Pre-     Park View.
 Kindergarten Program, are asked to contact either the Deal Ele-               The facility opened on Septem-
 mentary office at 712-999-2845, or CR-B Preschool Program Teach-            ber 3, 2008 and has filled all but
 ers, Jane Caldwell or Annette Nees.                                        two apartments since then. Cur-
    Parents and families will receive specific information about cur-        rently a one-bedroom apartment
 riculum, instruction, program guidelines, transportation, fees and         and a two-bedroom apartment are
 shared program opportunities for students in the CRB district and          available.
 for those families with four year olds outside of our district that           Judging by the smiles on the fac-
 are wanting a quality preschool/pre-k experience for their chil-           es of the residents, things are going
 dren as well.                                                              well. The facility, which offers on-
    “Our district is once again offering a first-class and high quality      site staff during the hours of 8 a.m.-
 preschool program for many of our children ages 3-5, with all our          8:30 p.m. and over night checks by
 district four year olds receiving the highest priority, as governed        the attached Thomas Rest Haven
 by our state-funded voluntary preschool program grant for four             staff, has gotten rave reviews from
 year olds,” said CRB school superintendent Rich Stoffers.                  its residents.
                                                                               “Coon Rapids should be proud
 Community invited to join CRB visionin process                             of what they have built for their
   A consultant with the Heartland Area Education Association               residents,” Hyland said.
 will discuss strategies needed for the Coon Rapids-Bayard school              On an average morning, many
 district to meet future objectives and goals in a special school im-       of the residents can be found gath-
                                                                                                                                                                                              Photo courtesy of Natural Expression Photography
 provement meeting next Tuesday, March 17 from 6 - 8 p.m. in the            ered around a table chatting over
 Intermediate School Media Center.                                          coffee mugs. Relaxation is a big          Coffee time includes from Leonard Ramsey, clockwise: Norma Laughery, Mary Schwenk, Roberta Linn, Clara Lyons, Jean Sten-
   Jim Verlengia, a director of the Heartland AEA, will facilitate the      part of living at the Parkview facil-                                                   strom and Glenna Heiderscheit
 meeting, “as the district begins the task of evaluating our school         ity, but residents are still active and   take part in the meetings.
 improvement efforts,” said CRB superintendent Rich Stoffers.               a part of the community, Hyland             “I’d really like to have some vol-
 “Jim will have us interacting... and challenging each of us on...          said.                                     unteers come down and, especially             A call for volunteers:
 school improvement perspectives, student-centered opportunites,               “Our tenants are more indepen-         when the weather gets nice, take              Park View Assisted Living would like volunteers to take walks
 and future direction of our district.”                                     dent, so they come and go a lot.          our tenants for walks,” Hyland
                                                                                                                                                                    with residents or participate in other activities. Volunteers inter-
   Discussion is likely to continue the dialogue initiated in No-           There’s a lot of family involve-          said.
                                                                            ment,” she said.                            The ten residents are Norma                 ested in a card game, walks or just visiting, should contact Diane
 vember 2008 when the Department of Education visited the CRB
 school district, and when the DOE prepared a feasibility study re-            On occasion, community organi-         Laughery, Ada Huffaker, Jean                  Hyland at (712) 999-0120. Community organizations who wish
 port for the district last month.                                          zations, including the Garden Club        Stenstrom, Tina Van Dyke, Glenna              to hold meetings at the facility should do the same.
   Parents, business and community members are invited to join              and the Heritage Club, have come          Heiderscheit, Leonard Ramsey,
 with teachers and administrators at the meeting, Stoffers added.           into Parkview for a meeting. When         Don Stiles, Mary Schwenk, Clara
                                                                            they do, the residents often get to       Lyons and Bobbi Linn.



                                                          Now Might be a great tiMe to buy your New hoMe!
                                                             First-time home buyers who purchase their homes before December 1 could be eligible for an
                                                                     $8,000 tax credit. Contact Community insurance agency for more information.

                                                                            Community insuranCe agenCy
                                                          110 5th ave, Coon rapids • tel 712-999-2288 • see our listings at www.crcommunityinsurance.com
                                                                                                   See John hyland, Larry Schwenk or Donna Kinnick
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             insidE pEoplE
               nEws about pEoplE you know
                                                                               irene Fick celebrates
                                                                               95th birthday
                                                                                 Thirty-five family members
                                                                               helped Irene Fick celebrate her
                                                                               95th birthday last Saturday eve-
                                                                               ning at Prime Time Restaurant in
                                                                               Guthrie Center.
                                                                               	 Fick, a long time resident of
                                                                               Coon Rapids, turned 95 this past
                                                                               Monday.
                                                                               	 Those     attending    included		
                                                                               Donald and Mary Arrowsmith
                                                                               of Orient and their son Kevin
                                                                               Arrowsmith of Ames; Mary Ar-
                                                                               rowsmith of Bayard; and Irene’s
                                                                               children: Leonard and Jane Erb
                                                                               of Springfield, MO; Dennis and
                                                                               Meredith Pierce of Adel; and
                                                                               Delane Fick of Texas.
                                                                               	 Grandchildren attending were
                                                                               Pamela Erb of Oceanside, CA;
                                                                               Rick Erb of Anacortes, WA;


                                                                                                                       CR Lions Club donates to
                                                                               Jane Gunther and family of
                                                                               Des Moines; Yvette Hayes and
                                                                               daughter Sydney of Sioux Falls,


                                                                                                                       Crusader sports programs
                                                                               SD; Jodi and Lee Coons and sons
                                                                               of Perry; Julie and Mark Win-
                                                                               nett and family of Coon Rapids;
                                                                               Jenna and Jason Rosenbeck and
                                                                               sons of Coon Rapids; Jamie Fick         	 Coon Rapids Lions Club mem-                                                 in the state basketball tourna-     throughout the year, like, for in-
                                                                               and Lucas Richardson and their          bers are throwing out their hard                                              ment in Des Moines.                 stance, the 5th through 8th grade
                                                                               daughter, Madysen of Coon Rap-          earned money again, this time                                                   The club is also donating         girls basketball tournament they
                                                                               ids.                                    towards three Coon Rapids-Ba-                                                 money to the Crusader wres-         are hosting this weekend.		Other
                                                                               	 Irene’s oldest grandson, Steven       yard athletic programs.                                                       tling team to help offset their     events include their sponsor-
                                                                               Erb of Buffalo, MO arrived March        	 CRB high school baseball coach                                              expenses incurred during their      ship of the PeeWee wrestling
                                                                               9th to celebrate with Irene.            John Waddle (left) receives a $300                                            trips to Des Moines for the state   tournament, the Texas Hold’em
                                                                                                                       check from Lions Club member                                                  wrestling tournament and to         poker tournament held during
ARIzonA vACATIon....Dr. R.L. Davis and his wife, Carol, went                   taking classes in Germany               Dave Schroeder.	 	 The money is                                               Cedar Rapids for the state duals    the county fair, and their annual
traveling last month.		They spent the last week of February in Peoria,           Jonathan Davies of Coon               to go to the purchase of a new                                                tournament.                         spring cleanup -- which, says Ru-
AZ where they visited Doc’s sister, Barbara, and her husband, Bob              Rapids, a fourth year student at        pitching machine for the Cru-                                                 	 The Lions Club’s money comes      dolph, is coming up next month.	   	
Nickelsen.		Turns out the Nickelsens are practically next-door neigh-          the University of Iowa in Iowa          sader baseball program.                                                       from fund raising activities held   “So please donate generously for
bors to former Coon Rapids residents Bill and Shirley Pitzer; both             City, left last Saturday for Dort-      	 CRB high school basketball                                                                                      our clean-up,” she offered.
couples live in the same development in a suburban development                 mund, Germany, where he will            coach Duane Esdohr (right) re-
outside of Phoenix. The Davises enjoyed sightseeing, like the Sedona           be spending the next few months         ceives $250 from Lions Club
area north of Phoenix, pictured above.		Carol said the weather was             taking classes in German at the
perfect, with highs of 85-90 degrees during the day.                           Technische Universität Dort-
                                                                                                                       member Annie Rudolph.	 	 This                                                                                                 Memorial &
                                                                                                                       money is to be used to help offset
                                                                               mund. While in Europe, Jon is           expenses incurred by the players
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Sympathy
 Career Fair set by st. Gregory Friday, Mar. 20                                also planning a trip to Rome and        during their recent appearance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Gifts
 			St. Gregory’s Career Pathways for Hope is an innovative event de-          a trip to Paris and London with                                                                                                                                       Inspirational Stones
 signed to assist high school students and adults interested in setting        a friend who is studying in Ma-                                                                                                                                         - Cement Angels
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           - Plants -
 a course for life or changing their lives. A Career Fair, hosted by St.       drid, Spain this semester. Jon, a                     Coon Rapids
                                                                                                                                      EntERpRisE                                                                                                    Artstone & WillowTree
 Gregory’s Retreat Center, is scheduled Friday afternoon, March 20.            2005 graduate of Coon Rapids-
                                                                                                                                            USPS 1318000                                                                                                   Figurines
 	 Local businesses are cooperating to offer advice and assistance in          Bayard High School, is pursuing                          Charles Nixon, Editor and Publisher                                                                           Keepsake Arrangements
 career choices and pathways. Planned from 1 to 5 p.m. in the Bayard           a degree in Computer Engineer-                                Tel. 712-999-6397
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Delivery Available
                                                                                                                                            Fax: 712-999-2821
 Community Center, information will be available from business                 ing and International Studies at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Ribbons
                                                                                                                                       coonrapidsenterprise@crmu.net
                                                                                                                                         coonrapidsenterprise.com
 owners throughout the area. Tales of successful business pursuits             the University of Iowa.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       & Roses
                                                                                                                        Coon Rapids Enterprise is published weekly. Periodicals postage paid at
 will be told first hand by people who work in the local community.                                                     Coon Rapids, Iowa and additional entry office. Postmaster: Send address
                                                                                                                        changes to Coon Rapids Enterprise, 504 Main Street, Coon Rapids, IA 50058.
 	 There will also be emphasis on resume writing, tips on acquiring a          named iowa Geographic                    Subscriptions: $30 annually in Carroll, Greene, Guthrie and Audubon Coun-                                                     509 Main, Coon Rapids, IA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           712-999-2222
                                                                                                                        ties; Snowbirds $34; Everywhere else, $40
 job and advice on how to own and operate your own business. The               bee semifinalist
 businesses will explain the pros and cons of their career.                 Ian Carter, sixth grader at
 	 Representatives from these career areas have agreed to participate:   Coon Rapids-Bayard school and
 health, social services, engineering, agriculture, finance, education,  son of Deb and Mike Carter, has
 business, cabinetry, information technology, publishing, insurance,     been notified by the National
 dentistry, beauty consulting, law and cosmetology. The reps hail        Geographic Society that he is one
 from Bayard, Coon Rapids, Guthrie Center, Scranton, Adair and           of the finalists eligible to compete
 Carroll.                                                                in the 2009 Iowa Geographic Bee.	    	
 	 A reasonable donation will be collected with the proceeds rein-       Bees were held in schools with
 vested into the community. Door prizes will be awarded. Refresh-        fourth through eighth grade
 ments prepared by Chef Chris of Kansas City will be available.		For     students throughout the state
 more information, contact Jeanne at 712-350-0082.                       to determine each school’s Geo-
 	 This interesting afternoon is hosted by St. Gregory’s Retreat Cen-    graphic Bee winner.		School-level
 ter with information provided about the Bayard and Adair Treat-         winners then took a qualifying
 ment Centers.                                                           test, which they submitted to
                                                                         the National Geography Society.	     	
post season honors Esdohr, Reis                                          The highest scores in the state
	 CRB seniors Heidi Esdohr and Lindsey Reis were named to the of Iowa then earn a trip to state.	             	
Iowa Girls Coaches Association’s All District team. In addition, Heidi   The 2009 Iowa Geographic Bee
was named to the IGCA’s All State Third Team. Both girls have been will be held at Drake University
invited to play on the Senior Class 1A All Star White Team in the 2009 on Friday, April 3. The state win-
Iowa Girls’ Coaches Association Senior Basketball Classic on Satur- ner will represent Iowa in the
day and Sunday, April 4-5, at Mount Mercy College, in Cedar Rapids.	 national finals at the National
                                                                       	
They were not listed on the initial roster because they were contacted Geographic Society headquar-
after they were seen at the state tournament, said CRB Coach Duane ters in Washington, D.C.	 	 The
Esdohr.                                                                  state winner will receive $100
                                                                         and the trip to Washington, D.C.	    	
participate in a northwestern College scholarship day                    The national winner will receive
   Johnny Schwaller and Heidi Esdohr both of Coon Rapids were a $25,000 college scholarship.
among over 250 outstanding high school students, representing 14
states, to participate in a Northwestern College Scholarship Day re- prescribed Fire Course to
cently.	 	 The students were on campus in January and February for be held March 24-25
interviews and a writing competition.		Northwestern College faculty,        A prescribed fire course includ-
staff and students evaluated them on the basis of their potential for ing live demonstrations will be
academic success, leadership and effective Christian service.	 	 The hosted by Carroll County Con-
participants were students who had already qualified for Northwest- servation and conducted by the
ern College honor scholarships and were competing for additional Iowa DNR State Forest/Fire Di-
funding to their Presidential or College scholarships.		Johnny is the vision on Tuesday and Wednes-
son of Jim and Mary Schwaller and Heidi is the daughter of Duane day, March 24 and 25.
and Robyn Esdohr all of Coon Rapids.                                     	 On March 24 there will be a
                                                                                classroom session at the Conser-
                                     all tournament team                        vation Education Center from
                                        Anna Langel, 11 year old daugh- 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
                                     ter of Nick and Mary Langel of 	 On March 25 there will be a
                                     Manning, made the all tournament hands-on afternoon outdoor
                                     team for 5th grade girls following session with field exercise burn,
                                     the AAU State Basketball tourna- weather pending from 10:30 a.m.
                                     ment on Saturday, February 28 in - 2:30 p.m.
                                     Ankeny.	 	 Anna plays for the All 	 There is no cost for the course;
                                     Iowa Attack in Ankeny, and was however, meals will be provided
                                     among the top five chosen out of for a minimal cost.	 	 You may
                                                                              	
                                     approximately 60 5th grade girls.	 bring your own meal.
                                     She is the granddaughter of Bill 	 Items that will be covered in-
                                     and Mary Ann Compton of Coon clude:
                                     Rapids.                                       • History of fire in Iowa
                                                                                   • Benefits of fire on prairie and
kolars’ first service in new church                                             forests
   Ben Kolars, a Coon Rapids native who’s served as Central Chris-                 • Setting goals and objectives
tian pastor in Carroll for the last six years, held his first service last 	 • Creating and using burn
Sunday in their new church east of Carroll on Highway 30.		The 10- plan
year-old Central Christian Church congregation hosted a grand open- 	 • Fire weather
ing service to celebrate the five year project to build the new church. 	 • Tools, lighting techniques
Until now, the congregation has held its church services in several 	 • Safety
locations in Carroll, including the New Hope Village activities center, 	 Landowners, naturalists, stu-
the Carroll 5 Theatre and the Swan Lake State Park Conservation Ed- dents and anyone interested in
ucation Center.			“It establishes us a little bit.		It’s a home base.		It’s an using prescribed fire as a man-
opportunity to do more activities...to grow and offer more ministry,” agement tool should attend.
said Kolars.		Kolar’s wife, Alisa, is the church’s children’s minister.	 	 Participants need to wear all
                                                                              	
Ben is the oldest of three sons of Carl and Mary Jane Kolars.		Carl was long-sleeve, all-natural fibers,
a production manager for Garst Seed in Coon Rapids in the 1970s and Nomex if they have it, leather
1980s.                                                                          gloves, eye protection, ear pro-
                                                                                tection, leather boots and a hel-
                                                                                met or natural fiber hat.
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at	position	options	in	Sitel’s	Atlantic	office.		For	years,	the	Carroll	               	 control	........................... $101.20       Trayden	 Haberl,	 child	 of	 Ja-         John	 and	 Nancy	 Opperman	 to	           derin	2/17/09
Sitel	 consistently	 ranked	 No.	 1	 or	 No.	 2	 in	 monthly	 productivity	            Michael	 Moskowitz,	 Carroll,	                         mie	 Kendall,	 Crawford	 Co	            Templeton	Sav	Bank;	pt	NW1/           Bank	of	the	West	to	Gene	and	Ruth	
when	stacked	up	against	similar-sized	operations	in	the	Sitel	net-                       Speeding	......................... $76.40            1/27/09                                 4NW1/4	 8-82-36	 $350,000	              Nellesen	2	releases	2/17/09
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                                                                                       Cynthia	 Tunning,	 Iowa	 City,	
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                                                                                       Jessica	 David,	 Glidden,	 Speed-                      Brandy	Allen	1/28/09                    ridge	3rd	s/d	Carroll	$77,000           2/17/09
PANORA                                                                                                                                     Grace	Collins,	child	of	Adrienne	
                                                                                         ing	...................................$110.72                                             Justin	 Huegerich	 to	 Iowa	 State	     UBI	 to	 Dale	 and	 Lisa	 Boes	
DOT announces resurf ace project of Hwy 44 east                                        Benjamen	 Grabill,	 Manning,	 No	                      and	 David	 Collins,	 Crawford	         Bank;	L2	S1/2NW1/4	16-85-34	            2/17/09
	 U.S.	Highway	44	--	one	of	the	worst	stretches	of	highway	in	the	                       seatbelt	............................ $83.00         Co.	1/30/09                             $67,500	(WD	from	Jean	Hueg-           Wells	 Fargo	 to	 David	 Pederson	
state,	says	the	Guthrie	County	Vedette	--	is	set	to	be	resurfaced	this	                Anthony	 McCoy,	 Lidderdale,	                       Deaths:                                    erich	 and	 Bonny	 Snyder	 and	         2/17/09
summer	from	Panora	east	to	Highway	169.		Bids	are	slated	to	be	let	                      Fail	to	carry	registration	                       Louise	Menke,	84,	Carroll	b.	3-6-          Leonard	$67,500)	2/18/09              American	 Holdings	 Inv	 Inc	
in	May	with	work	to	begin	in	a	month	or	two	after	that,	according	                     	 card	.................................. $63.20       1924	d.	9/5/08                        Tony	and	Bobbi	Jo	Wernimont	to	           to	 Randall	 and	 Lydia	 Balk	
                                                                                       Nathan	 Stocker,	 Carroll,	 Opera-
to	the	Iowa	DOT.		Shoulders	will	be	widened	two	feet.		The	present	                                                                        Ada	 Bolger,	 91,	 Coon	 Rapids	 b.	       UBI;	 pt	 SE1/4NE1/4	 16-83-33	         2/17/09
                                                                                         tion	w/o	registration	.... $89.60
surface	will	be	scarified	and	relaid	with	three-inch	layer	of	asphalt	                 Holly	Onken,	Glidden,	                                 3-1-1917	d.	9/25/08                     $162,000	2/18/09                      American	 Holdings	 Inc	 Inc	 to	
added.		Work	will	be	done	one	side	at	a	time	and	there	will	be	no	                     	 Speeding	......................... $76.40         Marie	 Heim,	 98,	 Carroll	 b.	 6-27-    Shannon	 and	 Jamie	 Obert	 to	           Jason	Desart	2/17/09
detour.	 	A	 pilot	 car	 will	 be	 used	 to	 guide	 traffic	 through	 the	 con-        Timothy	 Devries,	 Lohrville,	 no	                     1910	d.	2/8/09                          Carroll	 Co	 State	 Bank;	 LA	        MERS	to	John	and	Joan	Grossman	
struction	area.				              	                          Guthrie County Vedette       seatbelt	............................ $83.00      Charles	 Ware,	 68,	 Carroll	 b.	 2-7-     Crawfords	 s/d	 Coon	 Rapids	           2/17/09
                                                                                       Duane	 Conroy,	 Carroll,	 Opera-                       1941	d.	2/11/09                         $106,000                              Commercial	 Sav	 to	 Clint	 and	
                                                                                         tion	w/o	registration	.... $89.60                 Bryce	Bohac	7	months,	Carroll	b.	        Daniel	and	Mary	Stevens	to	Iowa	          Joyce	Siskow	2/18/09
DALLAS CENTER                                                                          Dale	Devries,	Lohrville,	no	seat-                      6-15-1908	d.	2/6/09                     Sav	Bank;	L6	B1	Northridge	1st	       MERS	 to	 Richard	 and	 Sharon	
Proposed Stored Energy Park could cost $250M                                             belt	................................... $83.00   Raymond	Sapp,	72,	Carroll	b.	3-7-          s/d	Carroll	$160,000	(REL	from	         Beyer	2/18/09
	 The	Dallas	Center	city	council	met	in	a	special	joint	session	with	                  Paul	Synowiecki,	Carroll,	Speed-                       1936	d.	2/13/09                         same)	2/18/09                         Dennis	 Sibenaller	 to	 Heart-
the	Dallas	County	supervisors	on	February	24	for	a	presentation	on	                      ing	.................................... $76.40
                                                                                                                                           Helen	 Petersen,	 96,	 Manning	 b.	      William	Draisey	Jr	and	Maxine	to	         land	 Properties	 Mgmt	 LLC	
the	 Iowa	 Stored	 Energy	 Park,	 which	 is	 proposed	 for	 construction	              Scotty	Holloway,	Manning,	Stop-
                                                                                         ping,	 standing,	 or	 parking	                       2-27-1912	d.	2/10/09                    City	 State	 Bank,	 Norwalk,	 L8	       2/18/09
near	 Dallas	 Center.	 	 Currently,	 the	 proposal	 hinges	 on	 geological	                                                                Marriages:                                 B68	5th	add	Carroll	$81,000           Carroll	Co	State	Bank	to	Timothy	
                                                                                         where	prohibited	........... $14.60
tests	which	are	scheduled	over	the	next	12	to	18	months.		The	con-                     Gloria	Washington,	Omaha,	NE,	                      Adam	 Schaefer,	 25	 and	 Carri	         releases:                                 and	 Lori	 Wieland	 2	 releases	
cept	behind	the	proposed	park	is	based	on	the	idea	of	compressed	                        Speeding	......................... $89.60            Christensen,	24	both	of	Carroll	      1st	 Bank	 and	 Trust	 to	 Catherine	     2/18/09
air	energy.	In	basic	terms,	the	park	would	pump	air	into	an	under-                     Taylor	 Pudenz,	 Carroll,	 Speed-                      2/7/09                                  Olson	1/30/09                         Quit claiM DeeDs:
ground	 pocket.	 Once	 that	 air	 is	 compressed	 into	 the	 pocket,	 it	 is	            ing	.................................... $89.60   Danny	Rothmeyer,	41	and	Angela	          MERS	to	Steven	and	Krissi	Auen	         Nichole	 Onken	 and	 Ryan	 to	
released,	similar	to	the	action	of	letting	air	out	of	a	balloon,	running	              Mary	 Borkowski,	 Audubon,	                            Christensen,	47	both	of	Carroll	        1/30/09                                 Nichole	 Onken	 and	 Ryan;	 L2	
the	air	through	turbines	that	generate	electricity.		The	studies	to	be	                  Speeding	......................... $76.40            2/14/09                                                                         B8	 Collisons	 1st	 add	 Carroll	
                                                                                                                                                                                    Commercial	Sav	Bank	to	Gerald	
conducted	this	year	will	determine	whether	the	space	discovered	                       Kurt	Riesselman,	Dedham,	Pass-
                                                                                                                                           Divorces:                                  and	Elizabeth	Klocke	1/29/09            1/30/09
under	farmland	near	Dallas	Center	will	work	for	the	project.		Simi-                      ing	 contray	 to	 highway	 sign/
                                                                                                                                           Mathew	Detlefsen,	33	and	Wendi	          Commercial	Sav	Bank	to	Ronald	          Joe	 and	 Jennifer	 Riesselman	 to	
lar	underground	pockets	are	used	to	store	natural	gas	throughout	                        markings	....................... $101.20
                                                                                       Kevin	 Soyer,	 Glidden,	 No	 seat-                     Detlefsen,	26	married	5-26-2006	        and	Joleen	Klocke	1/29/09               Alfred	Riesselman	Trust;	NW1/
the	country.		“We’re	not	here	by	chance,”	said	project	director	Kent	                                                                         2/17/09                               UBI	to	Patrick	and	Cheryl	O’Brien	        4SW1/4	24-83-36	1/30/09
                                                                                         belt	................................... $83.00
Holst	said.	He	explained	out	of	20	sites	originally	identified	across	                 Krystal	 Wiebelhaus,	 Manilla,	                     JuDgMents:                                 2/12/09                               Larry	 and	 Rosemary	 Daniel	 to	
Iowa,	the	Dallas	Center	site	is	the	only	one	left.	All	others	were	ruled	                Speeding	......................... $76.40         Carroll	 Today	 Paper	 in	 favor	 of	    MERS	 to	 Jay	 and	 Kellie	 Wester-       Larry	 Daniel	 Family	 Tr	 and	
out	for	a	variety	of	reasons.		Testing	of	the	underground	structure	                   Deborah	 Emarine-Pearson,	 Ma-                         AFS	Arrow	Financial	$1,140.09           camp	2/12/09                            Rosemary	Daniel	Family	Tr	S1/
will	start	soon	on	land	owned	by	John	Mortimer.	Holst	also	high-                         son	City,	Fail	to	display	regis-                  Jason	Deshane	in	favor	of	State	of	      MERS	to	Jim	Lumsden	and	Steph-            2SE1/4SE1/4;	 pt	 N1/2NE1/
lighted	many	of	the	financial	benefits	to	the	city	and	county	during	                    tration	plate	.................... $63.20            IA	$1,146.16                            anie	2/12/09                            4SE1/4	35-85-34	2/12/09
his	 presentation.	 He	 estimates	 the	 project	 would	 employ	 200-300	               Ross	Carstens,	Grimes,	                             Shelly	 Eschbach	 in	 favor	 of	 UBI	                                            court officer DeeDs:
                                                                                                                                                                                    PHH	 Mtg	 to	 Shonna	 and	 Chris-
during	construction.		In	the	immediate	future,	the	tests	will	include	                 	 Speeding	......................... $89.60            $319.70	plus	$74.36	costs               tian	Smith	2/12/09                    Roland	Gotsch	Estate,	Ann	Wenck	
two	test	wells	being	drilled	into	the	pocket.	These	wells	would	be	                    Troy	Reinhart,	Panora,	
                                                                                                                                           Debra	Hike	in	favor	of	UBI	$227.97	      Region	XII	COG	to	James	and	Ann	          Ex	 to	 Gene	 and	 Loa	 Vincent;	
designed	to	be	useable	if	the	project	moves	ahead.	Core	samples	of	                    	 Speeding	......................... $76.40
                                                                                       Dennis	 Fulcher,	 Bellevue,	 NE,	                      plus	$74.36	costs                       Tiefenthaler	2/12/09                    N1/2N1/2NE1/4	 34-85-45	
the	earth	between	the	surface	and	the	pocket	will	be	sent	for	analy-                                                                       Virginia	 and	 Donnie	 Wanser	           Commercial	 Sav	 to	 Joseph	 and	         $231,000	2/17/09
                                                                                         Speeding	......................... $76.40
sis,	 this	 will	 determine	 whether	 the	 rock	 will	 hold	 the	 air	 if	 it	 is	     Gary	 Beckman,	 Lake	 View,	 No	                       Jud	 in	 Rem	 in	 favor	 of	 Bank	      Karen	Himmers	2/12/09
pumped	in.		Once	this	stage	is	completed,	the	project	will	move	into	
the	design	stage.		“The	specific	design	of	the	facility	can’t	be	done	
                                                                                         seatbelt	............................ $83.00
                                                                                       Jacob	Klocke,	Templeton,	Speed-
                                                                                                                                              of	 American	 $65,623.05	 plus	       Commercial	 Sav	 to	 KCS	 As-            VENTEICHER
                                                                                                                                              $202.50	costs                           sociates/J	 Scott	 Richardson,	
until	we	know	the	results	of	the	drilling	and	the	tests,”	Holst	said.	           	       ing	.................................... $76.40   Clark	 Jones	 in	 favor	 of	 Midland	      Michael	 Greteman,	 MIJI	 Part-         ELECTRIC
He	estimates	the	plant	itself	would	cost	as	much	as	$200	million	to	                   Thomas	Schmitz,	Templeton,	No	                         Funding	 %503.05	 plus	 $69.10	         ners	(2)
$250	million	to	build.	By	contrast,	at	the	time	of	the	meeting,	Holst	                   seatbelt	............................ $83.00
said	ISEP	had	about	$1.5	million	in	the	bank.		Holst	said	his	priority	                Ashly	Steffes,	Manning,	No	seat-
                                                                                                                                              costs
                                                                                                                                           Jaylon	 Lloyd	 in	 favor	 of	 H	 &	 R	
                                                                                                                                                                                    Commercial	 Sav	 to	 Robert	 and	                  • FArM
                                                                                         belt	................................... $83.00                                              Joan	 Badding	 and	 Roger	 and	
while	the	tests	are	underway	is	to	raise	funds	to	move	forward	if	
                                                                                       Morgan	Stark,	Lake	View,	Fail	to	
                                                                                                                                              Accounts	$3,561.61	plus	$104.60	        Beverly	Kanne	2/12/09                      • CoMMerCiAl
everything	looks	good	for	the	site.		He	also	described	his	vision	for	                                                                        costs                                 MERS	to	Jodi	Morenz	and	Lucas	
                                                                                         obey	traffic	control	
what	the	facility	would	include.	He	expects	the	need	for	about	40	
                                                                                       	 device	.............................. $96.20      Steven	Main	in	favor	of	St	of	IA/          Knowles	2/13/09                                  • HoMe
acres	to	build	on.	One	of	the	major	attractions	will	be	a	visitor	edu-                 Kevin	Stork,	Breda,	no	                                ex	rel	$4,779.00                      MERS	to	Scott	and	Laura	Habrich	
cation	center.	He	sees	the	plant	acting	as	a	sort	of	tourism	attraction	               	 seatbelt	............................ $83.00      Koester	Miller	in	favor	of	Richard	                                                CALL 712-684-5703
                                                                                                                                                                                      2/13/09
on	a	small	scale.		If	all	goes	well	with	the	testing,	fund	raising	and	                John	 Hermiston,	 Blue	 Grass,	                        Miller	$200.00	mo	c/s
planning,	 Holst	 said	 he	 would	 expect	 the	 plant	 to	 be	 operational	              Speeding	......................... $76.40         Russell	 Neff	 in	 favor	 of	 UBI	                                        Brower Built
by	 2012	 or	 2013.	 	 Dallas	 Center	 mayor	 Mitch	 Hambleton	 said	 he	              Megan	 Arellano,	 Glidden,	 Park	                      $199.13	plus	$69.10	costs                                  I love to build things. Cabinets, bookshelves,
thought	the	meeting	went	well.		“I’m	anxious	for	them	to	move	on	                        contrary	to	markings	.... $23.00
this,”	he	said.	“I	think	there	were	a	lot	of	good	questions.”                          Alvin	 Evans,	 Carroll,	 No	 valid	
                                                                                                                                           Stephanie	Nieland	in	favor	of	UBI	                             remodeling projects or that special piece of
                                                                                                                                              $562.83	plus	$69.10	costs
  		                                                       Dallas County News                      .
                                                                                         license	........................... $248.00                                                                            furniture you can’t seem to find.
                                                                                                                                           Steve	Schneider	in	favor	of	St	of	
                                                                                       Desiree	 Ladoux,	 Des	 Moines,	
                                                                                                                                              IA/ex	rel	$215.00	mo	c/s
                                                                                                                                                                                                              616 3rd, Coon rapids, • 999-5338
WEST HARRISON                                                                            Operation	w/o	
                                                                                       	 registration	................... $109.40          Nick	 Sisson	 in	 favor	 of	 Larry	
Superintendent resigns....                                                             James	 Betchel,	 Manning,	 Speed-                      Chartier	 $170.00	 plus	 $69.10	
	 Richard	 Gerking,	 West	 Harrison	 Community	 School	 super-                           ing	.................................... $76.40      costs
intendent,	 resigned	 at	 the	 board	 meeting	 March	 4.	 	According	 to	              Patricia	 Dahlin,	 Carroll,	 Opera-                 Jan	 Thielen	 in	 favor	 of	 Carroll	
the	 agreement	 reached	 by	 Gerking	 and	 the	 West	 Harrison	 Board	                   tion	w/o	registration	.... $89.60                    Glass	 Co	 $104.00	 plus	 $69.10	
of	Education,	his	resignation	is	effective	June	30,	2009,	but	his	last	                Travis	 Oelmann,	 Ames,	 Dark	                         costs
day	of	service	was	March	6.	He	will	continue	to	receive	his	current	                     windows	......................... $69.80          Mortgages:
salary	and	benefits	through	June	30,	2009,	and	agreed	to	provide	as-                   Jay	 Christensen,	 Harlan,	 Park	                   Roger	and	Kathleen	Berg	to	Com-
sistance	to	the	district	on	an	as-needed	basis	from	March	6	through	                     contrary	to	markings	.... $18.00
June	30.		Gerking	will	be	paid	his	32	days	of	accrued	vacation	as	                     Karla	Bauer,	Breda,	
                                                                                                                                              mercial	 Sav	 Bank;	 L6,	 pt	 L5	
                                                                                                                                              Richlawn	add	Carroll	$162,400	
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Distillates
well	as	$750	a	month	for	60	months.	This	payment	will	be	made	on	a	                    	 Speeding	......................... $76.40
                                                                                       Sue	Feilmeier,	Carroll,	                               1/30/09
six-month	basis	at	$4,500	each	time,	the	first	payment	to	be	made	in	
                                                                                       	 Speeding	......................... $76.40         William	 Jr	 and	 Barbara	 Dan-                 You expect more from a leader.
September.		Gerking,	who	had	served	as	West	Harrison’s	superin-                        Lori	 Solberg,	 Denison,	 No	 seat-                    ner	 to	 UBI:	 pt	 E1/2NE1/4	
tendent	since	2002,	received	the	agreement	Feb.	24	and	was	given	21	                     belt	................................... $83.00      23-83-34;	 E1/2SW1/4;	 SW1/
                                                                                                                                                                                                  and you get it.
days	to	consider	it.		The	school	district	is	in	the	process	of	trying	to	              Tammy	Kropf,	Manilla,	No	seat-                         4SW1/4;	 S1/2NW1/4SW1/4	
reduce	its	budget	by	$300,000,	due	to	declining	enrollment	as	well	                      belt	................................... $83.00      27-83-34;	N1/2NW1/4	34-83-34	                     serving Farm, Home & industry
as	the	district	going	over	its	state	approved	spending	limit	last	year.	   	           James	 Campbell,	 Westside,	 Fail	                     $1,892,250	1/30/09                                 Gasoline • Diesel Fuels • Heating Oils
No	mention	was	made	at	the	board	meeting,	regarding	the	possible	                        to	obey	flashing	red	                             Joseph	Danner	and	Kelly	Hudson-                        Motor Oils • engine Oils • Greases
fine	arts	department	cuts.	                                Woodbine Twiner             	 signal	............................... $96.20                                                           Gear lubricants • transmission Fluid
                                                                                                                                              Danner	to	UBI;	pt	NE1/4NE1/4	
                                                                                       Molly	 Klocke,	 Dedham,	 Speed-
                                                                                         ing	.................................... $76.40      22-84-33	$551,000	1/30/09                           lube & Hydraulic Oils • anitfreeze
                                                                                       Cruz	Monge,	Denison,	No	valid	                      John	 and	 Catherine	 Vonnahme	                               soy Diesel available
                                                                                         license	........................... $182.00
                                                                                                   .                                          to	 Carroll	 Co	 State	 Bank;	 L1	



     Freespace
                                                                                       Alicia	 Pudenz,	 Carroll,	 Fail	 to	                   and	pt	L2	B28	Arcadia	$102,900	                         Community Oil Company
                                                                                         stop	at	railroad	                                    1/30/09                                                             Carroll, iowa
                                                                                       	 crossing	......................... $182.00        Richard	 and	 Sharon	 Beyer	 to	                                       712-792-2722
                                                                                       Melinda	Glade,	Jefferson,	Speed-                       Freedom	 Direct	 Corp;	 pt	 L4	
       sponsored By iowA sAvings BAnk                                                    ing	.................................... $76.40      B7	 Wattles	 2nd	 add	 Carroll	
     CArroll • CArroll eAst • Coon rApids • BAyArd • lAke City • glidden
                                                                                       Dustin	 Julich,	 Carroll,	 No	 seat-
                                                                                                                                              $94,999
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Glidden Oil Company
                                                                                         belt	................................... $83.00                                                                         Glidden, iowa
                                                                                                                                           Selma	Ullerich	to	Audubon	State	
Bingo every	 Tuesday	 night	 at	 6:45	 p.m.	 at	 the	American	 Legion	                 Mary	Schon,	Carroll,	                                                                                                     712-659-3155
                                                                                       	 Speeding	......................... $76.40            Bank;	pt	L4	IS	NE1/4	20-82-36	
Hall.                                                                                                                                         $55,000	2/12/09
BayarD st. Patrick’s catholic church Annual	 Beef	 ‘n	
                                                                                       Amber	Fehring,	Carroll,	No	seat-                                                                                   tankwagon service
                                                                                         belt	................................... $83.00   Douglas	 and	 Karla	 Bauer	 to	 1st	
Noodle	Luncheon	will	be	held	Sunday,	March	15	.	Serving	11	a.m.	-	1	                   Bentley	 Wernimont,	 Breda,	                           Fed	 Credit	 Union;	 L2,	 N1/2	
p.m.		at	the	Bayard	Community	Center.		For	delivery	or	carry	outs,	call	
651-2513.		Raffle	tickets	for	“Basket	of	Blarney”	on	sale	that	day.
                                                                                         Speeding	......................... $76.40
                                                                                       Kirk	Stork,	Carroll,	No	
                                                                                                                                              L3	 B3	 Templeton	 $54,575.66	
                                                                                                                                              2/12/09
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Delvac
Be a liBrary angel!! A	wonderful	collection	of	angels	has	been	
donated	to	Friends	of	the	Library	and	they	are	offering	them	for	sale	
                                                                                       	 seatbelt	............................ $83.00
                                                                                       Sandra	 Naruto,	 Carroll,	 Speed-
                                                                                                                                           Jeffrey	 and	 Jayme	 Kock	 to	 Car-                                          Days
                                                                                                                                              roll	 Co	 State	 Bank;	 L1	 NW1/
(some	by	silent	auction),	with	all	proceeds	benefitting	the	library.		They	              ing	.................................. $102.80       4NW1/4	 10-84-35	 and	 L2	                                Mobil Oil sale
would	make	a	perfect	Easter	or	Confirmation	gift.		The	flock	will	be	on	               William	 Scalf,	Auburn,	 No	 seat-
                                                                                                                                              NEfr1/1/4	NEfr1/1/4	4-84-35	
display	and	available	at	the	library	beginning	Monday,	March	9.                          belt	................................... $83.00
                                                                                       Anthony	 Brown,	 Lidderdale,	                          $126,000	2/12/09                                          Mobil Delva 1300 15-W-40
legal services offereD Monthly                                                                                                             Jon	 and	 Allisa	 Tiefenthaler	 to	                            55. gal. drums only
                                                                                         Speeding	......................... $76.40
Domestic/Sexual	Assault	 Outreach	 Center,	 Carroll	 and	 Crawford	                                                                           Bank	Midwest;	L1	Tiefenthaler	                                   $8.90 gal.
                                                                                       Bret	Hildebrand,	Carroll,	Control	
Counties,	 announced	 that	 beginning	 Friday,	 March	 20,	 an	 attorney	                of	vehicle........................$119.30            s/d	Breda	$600,000	2/13/09
from	Iowa	Legal	Aid	will	be	at	the	Domestic/Sexual	Assault	Outreach	                   Jamie	Coobs,	Clive,	                                Neil	 and	 Anna	 Muhlbauer	 to	                                   Mobil MX 15-W-40
Center(DSAOC)	office	in	Carroll	every	third	Friday	of	every	month.	                    	 Speeding	......................... $76.40            1st	 Natl	 Bank	 Manning;	 E1/
The	 attorney	 will	 meet	 with	 persons	 who	 are	 or	 have	 experienced	                                                                                                                                   55 gal. drums only
                                                                                       Shaun	 Reich,	 Coon	 Rapids,	 No	                      2NE1/4	 34-83-36	 $262,500	
domestic	violence	and	need	advice	concerning	civil	matters.		Those	                      insurance	...................... $380.00                                                                                $7.79 gal.
                                                                                                                                              2/13/09
civil	matters	could	include	landlord/tenant	issues,	welfare	programs,	                 Shaun	 Reich,	 Coon	 Rapids,	 Op-                   James	 and	 Marcia	 Hinners	 to	
custody	and	divorce	issues,	foster	care,	and	protective	and	restraining	                 erate	non-registered	                                                                                            Mobil 424 Hydraulic Oil
                                                                                                                                              Iowa	 Sav	 Bank;	 L4	 B1	 North-
orders.		Appointments	will	be	available	from	11	a.m.	to	1	p.m.		Ap-                    	 vehicle	............................. $89.60                                                                      55 gal. drums only
                                                                                       Thomas	 Laporte	 Jr.,	 Urbandale,	                     ridge	2nd	s/d	Carroll	4164,800	
pointments	can	be	made	either	by	calling	the	DSAOC	office	in	Carroll	                                                                         (REL	from	same)	2/13/09                                           $7.78 gal.
                                                                                         Speeding	......................... $76.40
at	(712)792-6722	or	Iowa	Legal	Aid	Southwest	District	office		toll	free	                                                                   Jason	 Desart	 to	 Iowa	 Sav	 Bank;	
at	(800)432-9229.                                                                                                                             L17,18,19	 B16	 Lanesboro	                                Prices good through March
                                                                                                                                              $20,100	2/13/09
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               HISTORY FROM THE ENTERPRISE

                                        ARCHIVES
   100 Years Ago
           March 12, 1909
     The Anti-Saloon League,
through its Dial of Progress, has
vilified Coon Rapids for years
but in its last issue it certainly
reached the limit. It went so
far as to enter the privacy of a
home, through most cowardly
insinuation, even to the describing
of the furniture as “broken and
worn and unsuitable for use-
mirror cracked,” etc. Normal
men of conscience, of the finest                                                                                                                            This team from Dedham finished runners-up to Bayard. Front row:
feeling that characterize the                                                                                                                              Leann Stangl, Jenny Feld, Jeannette Danner, Michelle Danner. Back
true gentleman -- with a manly                                                                                                                             row: Ann Meiners, Jean Kitt, Peggy Sporrer, Jayne Schmitz, Darlene
respect that is due from all men                                                                                                                           Schmitz, Kathy Wiskus.
to all women and children, will
spare the feelings of the wife and
mother and her family. But here
is the editor of a reform (?) paper,
a so-called preacher, who, hyena-
like, enters the sacred portals of an
humble home and with fiendish
claws, lacerates the mother’s
                                        Elementary bb tourney winners, 1984
heart by holding up to public           Twenty-five years ago the Coon Rapids Rotary Club held an elementary basketball tournament, with
ridicule the modest furniture           teams competing from Bayard, Coon Rapids and Dedham. This team from Bayard was the champion
of her dwelling. The shame of           of the girls division. Front row: Mari Perschall, Tonya Hilgenberg, Janelle Ritchie, Shonda Smith, Trish
such cruelty. No other editor,          Jurgens, Colleen Caraher, Melissa Hay, Susan Garwood. Second row: Nancy Hunter, Sherry Vaughan,
we are sure in all Iowa, even           April O’Tool, Renee Winger, Allison Albright, Shantel Sondgeroth. Third row: Coaches Teresa Stone, Lori
those who make no pretention of         Brown, Becky O’Tool.
Christianity, would publish and
distribute such heartless stuff
under any consideration. Does
the reader ask why this brutal
attack? Simply because the
Anti-Saloon League grew angry
at the husband, and instead of
confining their assault to him, as
all men of self respect and honor
would do, they heap indignity                                                                                                                              Here are the champions of the boys division. Front row: Gary Clay-
and insult on his helpless family.                                                                                                                         burg, Chris Pevestorf, Robbie Lyons, Brian Palmer. Back row: Lynn
  The exposure made by the                                                                                                                                 Knudsen, Cory Honold, Brent Betts, Russell Herman.
Enterprise of the Anti-Saloon
League’s grafting methods made

                                                                                                                                                              David L. Berning, D.D.S.
it wince. In its Dial of Progress,
it cunningly refrains from saying

                                                                                                                                                                           Family Dentistry
a word about its failure, during
the past ten years, to close Coon
Rapids saloons. Neither does it
give a statement of the amount of                                                                                                                                 Office Hours Monday thru Thursday
money it has collected from the
county and Coon Rapids during
                                                                                                                                                                    409 W. 7th Street • Carroll, IA 51401
these long stretch of years, nor
what is has done with it, to whom
                                                                                                                                                                              712-792-4776
paid and for what service, if any.
It endeavors, however, to turn
attention away from its shady
methods by indulging in a few
personalities, thus confessing
                                        This Bayard team finished second in the boys division. Front row: Travis Hilgenberg, Shannon Moran,
                                        Jason Sheer, Shawn Lyons, Mike Remer. Second row: Brian McAlister, Darrin Lloyd, Pat O’Tool, David
                                                                                                                                                                Mike’s Plumbing
its inability to make a creditable
defense. For instance, it says that
                                        Smith, Brett Wailes. EDITOR’S NOTE: We reprinted the photo identification as it was originally printed
                                        in 1984, even though #13 appears to be unidentified.
                                                                                                                                                                     and    Pump Service LLC
the reason why The Enterprise           as owner of a general store, in a                                           ing the combined varsity football                             We are your one call service
editor has refused to assist it to
further graft the people of Coon
                                        little room about 20x40 feet. But        50 Years Ago                       team Coon Rapids, with Bayard                                 center for:
                                        he was a hustler, and was the first              March 13, 1959              choosing the next shared team                                    • Ruud Furnaces
Rapids is because the Enterprise        business man to carry as large as                                           name. The Bayard board sugged
                                                                               Petitions calling for an election                                                                     • Tapan Central Air
editor fears that if he does so         a $5 a month ad in The Enterprise.                                          each school then alternate nam-
                                                                             to form a new Bagley-Bayard com-
he will fail to secure another          He later engaged in the clothing                                            ing the teams. The board voted                                   • A.O. Smith Water Heaters
                                                                             munity school district have been
commission as postmaster, and           business and still later became                                             3-2 to direct Sweet to negotiate                                 • Aremotor & Grundfos
                                                                             filed with Miss Carol J. Hennings,
further, that being one of the          a hardware merchant, always                                                 with Bayard superintendent Mel                                     Submergeable Pumps
                                                                             Guthrie County superintendent
two owners of the electric light
plant, that if the saloons close
                                        carrying a good, honest line of      of schools. Such a district would      Wishman concerning shared ac-                                    • Delta and Delex Faucets
                                        goods and always having a good       include 127 sections of land with      tivities. Board members Kay                                      • Ditchwitch digging machine service
he would lose the patronage of          businsss.                                                                   Galloway and Don Wanninger
                                                                             a total valuation of about $7.3 mil-                                                                    • Water softeners and filters
both. But to all observing Coon           W.H. Prettyman bought the                                                 voted against the motion.
                                                                             lion. At present there are about
Rapids people these statements          Garrison acre lot, near Emanuel                                               The city council met with Eu-                         Call us for your service needs
                                                                             500 children of school age in this
are stupid. The Enterprise editor       Conner’s, which no doubt means       proposed district. Such a district     gene Carter concerning a notice          Mike’s Plumbing and Pump Service LLC
stated months ago through               that this family also expects to                                            to abate nuisance which he re-                                 Coon Rapids, IA 50058
                                                                             would rank about 200 in size in
his paper that he was not a             move to town in time and build                                              ceived in February and which
                                                                             Iowa.                                                                                       712-999-2923 Business or 712-999-5451 Home
candidate for reappointment for         a nice home. Coon Rapids will                                               required him to stop burning
                                                                               The Coon Rapids Conservation
postmaster. And if the saloons          need a number of good familes                                               railroad ties at Fairview Flowers.
                                                                             Association presented William T.
were closed out of Coon Rapids          to take the place of those she is                                           After discussion, Carter asked
                                                                             Edwards of Bayard with a cer-
their two good brick buildings          losing.                                                                     for permission to continue the
                                                                             tificate entitling him to a week’s
would be wanted for legitimate                                                                                      burning of railroad ties accord-
                                                                             free cabin and boat next summer
business purposes, which no
doubt would make two more
                                            75 Years Ago                     at the Miller-McCarty Hy-Line          ing to some mutual agreement,
                                                   March 9, 1934             cottage at Lake Tullaby, Mine-         but the council directed the clerk
advertising patrons for the                                                                                         to set up a meeting with Carter
                                          The Hi-Bred Corn company           sota. Edwards was the winner of
Enterprise -- advertising revenue                                                                                   and all of the complaintants to
                                        with 10,000 bushels of hi-bred       the top prize at the conservation
being much more attractive that                                                                                     discuss the matter further.
                                        corn to deliver this month started   association’s annual sportsmen’s
the little profit from one saloon’s                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heydon of
                                        the ball rolling Wednesday when      party.
electric lights.                                                                                                    Yankton, SD announce the birth
                                        they loaded out 120 bushels for        Morrie Powers and his Bel
  Has the reader stopped to think                                                                                   of their first child, a son, on
                                        delivery to forty eight farmers      Aires will play for the Jefferson
that the officers of the Anti-Saloon                                                                                 March 8 at Sacred Heart Hos-
                                        at Sac City. Next week will see      Fireman’s Ball Saturday in the
League live in Des Moines where                                                                                     pital. The little man has been
                                        truck loads delivered to cus-        Jefferson Armory.
there are nearly 100 saloons and                                                                                    named Jonathan Edward.
                                        tomers at Odebolt, Storm Lake          In the five way race for two seats
as many other places of vice? Is
                                        and Newell and a steady stream       on the Coon Rapids school board,
Des Moines so absolutely pure
                                        of corn, enough to plant some        Wesley Thomas and Don Halver-
that the League can find no work
there to do, and yet did you ever
                                        75,000 acres, will continue to       son were defeated for re-election          10 Years Ago
                                        flow out of the local warehouse       and Albert Stenstrom and Mrs.                    March 11, 1999
hear of it closing a single saloon
                                        for the balance of the month.        James Thorp, two aspirants, were         Vera Sorenson and Sandy Rob-
in Des Moines, raiding a single
                                          Next Monday is another elec-       elected.                               ertson, long time elementary
gambling joint or pulling a single
                                        tion day, school election. In Coon     The Enterprise was advertising       teachers at Coon Rapids-Bayard
house      of     prostitution?Only
                                        Rapids, only two nomination pa-      for a person to assume responsi-       schools, are planning to take ad-
a few nights ago a woman,
                                        pers have been filed, that of Clar-   bilities of photographic darkroom      vantage of the district’s early re-
danced bare-legged before a
                                        ence Coder for a three year term     technician and advertising layout      tirement incentive package and
large audience in Des Moines
                                        as director and H.J. Day for a two   and page pasteup artist.               will retire at the end of the school
composed largely of young men
                                        year term as treasurer, and these                                           year.
and young men, and yet not even
against this vileness did the Anti-
                                        two names only will be printed           25 Years Ago                         Ernie Merit was honored for his
                                        on the ticket. Voters have the                 March 8, 1984                20 years of service to the Coon
Saloon League move a finger nor
                                        right to write in any other names      The Coon Rapids school board         Rapids Fire Department.
raise even a whisper of protect.
                                        they choose.                         voted 4-1 to reduce elementary           Nathan Tigges, a sophomore at
Why doesn’t the League, do
                                          Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Ford          principal Bob Deal’s position to       CRB, joined Sean Sonderleiter of
you ask, first remove the putrid
                                        of Bayard are the parents of a       half-time in an effort to lessen       Des Moiens Christian and four
ulcers, the many rotten social
                                        daughter born Wednesday. The         budget costs for the next school       other players as first team all
sores from its own Sodom, efore
                                        young lady’s name is Roberta         year. Board member Kay Gal-            WCAC in boys basketball honors
calling other towns, nor a tenth
                                        Elaine.                              loway cast the only dissenting         released.
part as immoral, vile and lawless,
                                          The past few days three new        vote. The move followed the              A group of five CRB seniors
and publishing its libelous stuff
                                        cards are parked on Main Street.     board’s adoption of the district       competed in the Northwest Mis-
broadcast over the state to their
                                        Dr. C.E. Wolfe is driving a 1934     proposed $1.74 million bugdet.         souri State math contest and
hurt?
                                        Chevrolet coupe, George Textor       Superintendent Joe Sweet told          for the first time ever, brought
  A delightful surprise party
                                        has a 1934 Chevrolet town car        the board that anticipated in-         home the Class A champion-
was given to Mr. and Mrs. W.H.
                                        and Charley Thomas and the           come for next year falls short of      ship plaque. Members included
Asher last Thursday evening
                                        girls are driving a new Pontiac      the necessary budget costs. The        Brenda Patrick, Tricia Nickell,
on the eve of their departure
                                        sedan though Charley says “it        move will save the district an es-     Katie McCool, Ben Jackson and
for Washington, Iowa. A large
                                        belongs to Mrs. Thomas.”             timated $16,000.                       David Eickman. A sophomore
number of friends were present
                                          Wayne Textor Monday resigned         Sup’t. Sweet also reported on        team from CRB took second
and enjoyed a happy evening,
                                        his job at Textor Bros. store to     the status of the negotiations         place. Members included Jill
a delicious luncheon being
                                        accept a position in the book-       between Bayard and Coon Rap-           Booth, Erin Davies, Jill Esdohr
served. Mr. and Mrs. Asher have
                                        keeping department of Armour         ids on shared activities. A new        and ALyssa Jackson.
lived at Coon Rapids almost all
                                        Creameries, succeeding Miss          proposal was received by Ba-
their lives, Mr. Asher beginning
                                        Mildred Whitten who plans to         yard, similar to the first one,
business here twenty-five years
                                        return to New York.                  with one notable change: nam-
ago as a clerk and soon afterward
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                                                                                                                                                                          by Nieland, second by Danzer to deny

Time and place set for
                                                                           L                 CARROLL COUNTY                                                               the $5,000 funding request from The                   IOWA DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN WAIV-
                                                                                                                                                                          Richmond Center, since Carroll County                   ER/REHAB/ICF-MR/ETC .. 155,868.72
                                                                                                                                                                          already pays approximately $42,000                    K-MART CASE MGMNT-OFFICE SUP-

                                                                                             Supervisors’ proceedings                                                     annually to the Center. On roll call, all               PLIES .................................. 12.14

presentation of Farmscape                                                                                                                                                 voted aye.
                                                                                                                                                                            Motion by Danzer, second by McDer-
                                                                                                                                                                          mott to approve a wage increase of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                LEGS ON LEASE JAN.TRANS .... 165.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                LINGLE, PAULETTE CASE MGMNT-MEAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  REIMB ................................... 6.01
                                                                           The Board of Supervisors of Carroll                 Beardmore reported on E911 and             $500 for Case Manager, Angela Chan-                   MIDAMERICAN ENERGY CASE MGMNT-
  Farmscape, a play by Mary Swander and her students from Iowa             County, Iowa met in regular adjourned            Emergency Management Board meet-                                                                      ELECTRIC ............................ 93.03
                                                                                                                                                                          dler, following a six-month review. On
State University, will be presented on March 22nd at 5:00 in the af-       session in the Boardroom of the Court-           ings, Ambulance Board meeting, and            roll call, all voted aye.                             NEW HOPE VILLAGE INC WK ACT/EN-
                                                                           house, in Carroll, Iowa, the County seat         CACCC Board meeting.                                                                                  CLAVE/COACH/ETC ......... 12,089.79
ternoon in the Coon Rapids-Bayard High School Theatre. Under the           of said County on Tuesday, February
                                                                                                                                                                            Board continued to work on the FY10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                NORTH CENTRAL IOWA MENTA MH-
                                                                                                                               McDermott reported on meeting with         county budget, reviewing fund balances
direction of Ms. Swander, local participants from Coon Rapids will         17, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. Central Standard           Sheriff.                                      and tax levy rates.                                     TREATMENT ....................... 329.00
                                                                           Time pursuant to law, the rules of said                                                                                                              NORTH STAR COMMUNITY SER                    JAN.
take on the roles of farmers, busi-                                        Board and to the adjournment with the
                                                                                                                               Nieland reported on Conservation             Motion by Danzer, second by Beard-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  WORK ACTIVITY ................. 573.48
                                                                                                                            Board meeting.                                more to adjourn at 11:37 a.m. On roll
ness owners, factory workers and                                           following members present: Marty Dan-               Motion by Beardmore, second by Dan-        call, all voted aye.                                  RAY’S REFUSE SERVICE INC CASE
musicians. Experiences of change,                                          zer, Dan Nieland, Mark Beardmore and             zer to adjourn at 11:19 a.m. On roll call,                        Joan Schettler, Auditor             MGMNT-JAN.TRASH ................. 6.89
                                                                           Del McDermott. Eugene Meiners was                all present voted aye.                                        Eugene Meiners, Chairman              RESCARE INC. MH-TREATMENT 665.00
in working the land and in living                                          absent.                                                              Joan Schettler, Auditor                                                         SAINT ANTHONY HOSPITAL MH-TREAT-
the Iowa “farmscape”, will be told                                            Motion by Danzer, second by Beard-                           Dan Nieland, Vice Chairman                                                             MENT ................................ 873.60
                                                                           more to approve the agenda with one                 The Board of Supervisors of Carroll                     CARROLL COUNTY                           SCHIEFFER, JUSTIN CASE MGMNT-
in a Reader’s Theatre style pro-                                           addition: Contract Law Agreement with            County, Iowa met in regular adjourned               CLAIMS REGISTER REPORT                            FLASH DRIVE ....................... 13.88
                                                                                                                                                                                    0001 GENERAL BASIC
duction that is based upon actual                                          the City of Glidden. On roll call, all pres-     session in the Boardroom of the Court-
                                                                                                                                                                          ACE HARDWARE CTH-SUPPLIES.. 74.03
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                SOUTHWEST IOWA PLANNING JAN.
                                                                           ent voted aye. Motion by Beardmore,              house, in Carroll, Iowa, the County seat                                                              TRANS ................................. 13.75
interviews conducted by the Uni-                                           second by McDermott to approve the               of said County on Monday, February            ADVANCED LASER TECH. JAIL-CAR-                        SPECTRA HEALTH CARE INC JAN/FEB.
versity students. Admission is free                                        minutes of the February 9, 2009 and              23, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. Central Stan-             TRIDGE ............................... 49.95          RCF-CMI ..........................1,373.40
                                                                           February 13, 2009 meetings as present-           dard Time pursuant to law, the rules of       ALLIANT ENERGY FUEL ........... 563.01                VILLAGE NORTHWEST UNLIMI JAN.
to the community.                                                          ed. On roll call, all present voted aye.         said Board and to the adjournment with        ANDERSON SHOE STORE AMBL-UNI-                           WORK ACTIVITY ............... 1,070.52
  This docu-drama is presented                                                Board discussed possible changes to           the following members present: Dan              FORMS ................................ 95.00        0010 MH-DD SERVICE FUND
                                                                           the FY10 budget, particularly looking for        Nieland, Marty Danzer, Mark Beardmore         ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES DHS-                           TOTAL ......................... 180,580.40
under a grant from The Leopold                                             potential reductions to expenditures.            and Del McDermott. Eugene Meiners               RUG RENTAL ........................ 41.64           RURAL SERVICES BASIC
Center For Sustainable Agricul-                   Mary Swander                Vice-chair, Dan Nieland, opened a             was absent.                                   ARROW MANUFACTURING INC AMBL-                         QUANDT AUTO SALVAGE INC                   RURAL
                                                                           public hearing at 10:00 a.m. for a con-             Motion by Danzer, second by Beard-           FENDER ............................... 26.88          SERV-WHEEL ........................ 70.00
ture. It is best enjoyed by ages                                           struction permit application for Bill Dan-                                                     ATHERLEY, AMY CONS-MILEAGE                            0011 RURAL SERVICES BASIC
                                                                                                                            more to approve the agenda with two
High School and up. Immediately after the hour long performance,           ner, Jr. in Section 27 of Pleasant Valley        additions: manure management annual             REIMB ................................... 8.80        TOTAL ................................. 70.00
                                                                           Township. Dave Wittry and Bill Danner, Jr.                                                     BAKER, WENDY AMBL-FUEL REIMB .....                    SECONDARY ROAD
a stage-talk will be offered for those audience members who would          were present and addressed the Board.
                                                                                                                            update for PI235 Finisher in Section 5,
                                                                                                                                                                            ........................................... 20.00   ACTERRA GROUP FUEL CARDS .. 81.37
                                                                                                                            Wheatland Township; and plat approval.
like to go further in exploring themes from the play and about the         No comments were received from the               On roll call, all present voted aye. Mo-      BANK CARD SERVICES CONS-                              BLACK HILLS ENERGY GLIDDEN SHED
                                                                           public. The Board attended the DNR site                                                          DVD’S ................................. 57.40         GAS .................................. 284.22
creation of the play.                                                      survey at the location on February 12,
                                                                                                                            tion by Beardmore, second by Danzer to
                                                                                                                                                                          BASS, DOUG SHER-MEAL REIMB 22.00                      BOMGAARS RUBBER GLOVES ...... 7.99
                                                                                                                            approve the minutes of the February 17,
  There is still a need for four more male “actors” to join in the pro-    2009 and completed the Master Matrix,            2009 meeting as presented. On roll call,      BOMGAARS AMBL-BUILD.MAINT 25.95                       BREDA, CITY OF BREDA SHED
                                                                           which scored more than enough points.                                                          BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC AMBL-MEDI-                       UTILITIES ............................ 73.06
duction. Rehearsals last three hours and are Friday evening, Saturday                                                       all present voted aye.
                                                                                                                                                                            CAL SUPPLIES ..................2,497.91
                                                                           Vice-chair closed the public hearing at             John Hostetler, Executive Director of                                                            BRUS, KEVIN PLUG CLEANER .... 20.00
afternoon and Sunday afternoon before the performance. No previ-           10:05 a.m. Motion by Danzer, second by           Community and Family Resources, the           CALHOUN COUNTY AUDITOR ATTY-28E                       COON RAPIDS MUNICIPAL #33 SHED
                                                                                                                                                                            AGREEMENT ..................... 1,953.81
ous acting experience is necessary and there are no lines to memorize,     Beardmore to approve the construction            current management company for The
                                                                                                                                                                          CARD CENTER SUPPLIES/LODG/CLASS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  UTILITIES .......................... 342.46
                                                                           permit application and Master Matrix             Richmond Mental Health Center, gave an                                                              DEDHAM, CITY OF DEDHAM SHED
scripts will be used during the performance. Men high school age or        scoring for Bill Danner, Jr. On roll call, all   update on the proposed merger of the            REG/ETC ...........................1,669.27           WATER ................................ 23.00
older who are interested can contact Organizer-Producer, Karan Ben-        present voted aye.                               two facilities. The Richmond Center is        CARPENTER UNIFORM COMPAN JAIL/                        L & M ELECTRONICS INC. MOBILE RA-
                                                                              A request for a plat vacation in Section      experiencing financial difficulties. Emer-        SHER-UNIFORMS ................ 275.75                 DIO REPAIR ....................... 154.05
ton at 712 292.0318 or 712 999.7031. Ms. Benton can also be e-mailed       13, Washington Township was reviewed.            gency funds were requested from Story         CARROLL,CITY OF 2ND QTR COMMUNI-                      MANNING MUNI GAS DEPT TEMPLETON
at KaranB@ creatinggreatplaces.org.                                        Motion by Danzer, second by McDermott            County, the City of Ames, Mary Greeley          CATIONS ....................... 11,213.36             SHED GAS ........................... 13.77
                                                                           to set 10:00 a.m. on March 9, 2009 as            Medical Center and United Way of Story        CCDA CONS-DIRECTOR DUES ... 25.00                     MANNING MUNI UTILITIES MANNING
  Farmscape promises to be a rich and enduring experience for actor        the time and date for a public hearing           County in the amount of $178,000. The         CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTIN CUSTO-                         SHED UTILITIES ................... 57.54
and audience alike. It brings to the stage true, identifiable experiences   on the plat vacation request. On roll call,      Richmond Center’s building is slated to         DIAL SUPPLIES ................... 223.50            NEW COOPERATIVE INC.
                                                                           all present voted aye.                           be sold to Youth and Shelter Services         DR MICHAEL SLATTERY (MCF ME.                            FUEL ............................. 16,635.47
set to the language of one of Iowa’s premiere poets. Farmscape has            Motion by McDermott, second by                                                                INVEST.............................. 100.00         QUANDT, DANIEL QUANDT FY09 CLOTH-
                                                                                                                            of Ames on July 1, 2009. The majority
been touring successfully to communities throughout Iowa and in            Danzer to approve a survey for Lot 2,            of The Richmond Center’s clients are          ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS RE                        DP-     ING ALL ............................... 70.00
                                                                           NW1/4 NE1/4, Section 32-85-34. On                                                                SOFTWARE MAINT ............ 4,195.00                SCHAEFFER MFG. CO. TRANSMISSION
Nebraska, Ms. Swander is currently in the planning stages for its ap-      roll call, all present voted aye.
                                                                                                                            funded by Medicaid/Medicare, contrib-
                                                                                                                                                                          FARRELL, ILA DHS-OFFICE WORK                            FLUID................................ 138.11
                                                                                                                            uting to the financial crisis. Hostetler is
pearance internationally.                                                     Board reviewed manure management              requesting $5,000 from Carroll, Greene          217.50                                              WEBB CONTROL INC JANUARY SHOP
                                                                           annual updates for Chris Finisher Farm,          and Boone counties as well as Story           FELD EQUIPMENT CO, ED M EXT.IN-                         PEST CONTROL ..................... 25.00
                                                                           Section 12, Wheatland Township; and              County Medical Center. Supervisors will         SPECT/SECURITY .................. 55.00             WESTERN IOWA POWER COOPE #35
                                                                                                                                                                          FISH, BILL AMBL-ME.EDUCATION/

       COON RAPIDS
                                                                           Randy Christensen, Section 5, Scranton           take action on the funding request at a                                                               SHED ELECTRICITY/LIGHT ... 103.17
                                                                           Township, Greene County.                         future meeting.                                 FUEL ................................. 102.62       0020 SECONDARY ROAD
                                                                              Board discussed the Contract Law                 Dawn Mentzer, CPC Administrator, re-       FLORIDA MICRO LLC ROUTER/HARD                           TOTAL ........................... 18,029.21
                                                                           agreement between the County Sher-               viewed changes in the proposed FY10             DRIVE/CAMERA .................. 217.09              CAPITAL PROJECTS


     FAMILY DENTISTRY
                                                                           iff and the City of Glidden. Motion by           MH/DD budget. Mentzer anticipates a           GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL FUN CONS-                        SIEPKER,     TERRY         MC      PLUMBING-
                                                                           McDermott, second by Danzer to lower             $388,000 decrease in costs due to an            PROPERTY INSURNACE ......4,137.00                     T.SIEPKER .......................... 400.00
                                                                           Glidden’s payment by $1000. On roll              increase in Medicaid payments, which          GLIDDEN, CITY OF GEN.ASSIST-                          1500 CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL .......
                                                                           call, all present voted aye.                                                                     WATER .............................. 150.00           400.00
          DR. JUSTIN HILLOCK D.D.S.                                           Vice-chair opened a public hearing at
                                                                                                                            is part of the economic stimulus pack-
                                                                                                                            age. Mentzer also spoke about the Jack        HAUGE ASSOCIATES INC. AMBL-COL-
                                                                                                                                                                            LECTION EXPENSE ................ 18.75
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                E911 SERVICE COMMISSION FUND
                                                                           10:31 a.m. for an electric line easement                                                                                                             AT&T E911-TELE ...................... 39.19
            411 Main Street, Coon Rapids, IA                               option (overhang only) for MidAmerican
                                                                                                                            Hatch bill, which proposes regionaliza-
                                                                                                                            tion of mental health services.               HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER AMBL-CPR                      ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING C E911-
                                                                           Energy Company. Dave Lane and Steve                 Motion by McDermott, second by               MATERIAL ............................ 96.00           PAGER REPAIRS .................. 413.00

                 NOW OPEN!                                                 Harrison from MidAmerican Energy                 Danzer to approve payment of claims as        HY VEE INC CONS-POP ............. 34.15               QWEST E911-TELE ................. 685.19
                                                                           Company were present to review the               presented. On roll call, all present voted    INTOXIMETERS SHER-SUPPLIES 145.00                     TEMPLETON TELEPHONE CO E911-JAN-
                                                                           proposed plan to tie the Carroll north           aye.                                          IOWA DES MOINES SUPPLY I                       CTH-     UARY TRUNKS .................... 289.68
                                                                                                                                                                            CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES ......... 277.53
               New patients welcome                                        and south substations together, follow-
                                                                           ing the Sauk Rail Trail and crossing at
                                                                                                                               County Engineer reviewed a utility
                                                                                                                            permit for Glidden REC in Section 12,         IOWA FREEDOM OF INFORMAT OPEN
                                                                                                                                                                            MTG/RECORDS HANDBOOK .... 24.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                WESTERN IOWA NETWORK E911-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  TELE ................................. 341.64
                                                                           200th Street to connect to U.S. Highway          Richland Township. Motion by Danzer,                                                                4010 E911 SERVICE COMMISSION
                       712-999-3738                                        71. Virginia Hagemann asked about
                                                                           the option payment. Auditor said the
                                                                                                                            second by McDermott to approve the
                                                                                                                            utility permit for Glidden REC as pre-
                                                                                                                                                                          IOWA STATE ASSOCIATION
                                                                                                                                                                            ISAC REG-E.MEINERS .......... 110.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        SUPR-     FUND TOTAL .....................1,768.70

                                                                                                                                                                          IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPME CTH-
            Hours: Thurs. 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM                                revenue will go into the county’s gen-
                                                                           eral fund. Beardmore asked the MidAm-
                                                                                                                            sented. On roll call, all present voted
                                                                                                                            aye.                                            ELEV.INSPECT.CERT. .............. 50.00
                Friday Noon - 5:00 PM                                      erican representatives if this project
                                                                           will complete the loop around Carroll
                                                                                                                               County Engineer reviewed the five-
                                                                                                                            year plan for roads and bridges, es-
                                                                                                                                                                          JERRY’S AUTO SERVICE CONS-BLAZER
                                                                                                                                                                            REPAIRS ............................ 395.02         Notice of Sheriff’s
                                                                           County. Lane and Harrison replied that
                                                                           it would complete the loop, contingent
                                                                                                                            pecially those projects scheduled for
                                                                                                                            FY2010. The Board will schedule a tour
                                                                                                                                                                          KERSEY, CAREY SANI-MILEAGE, MEALS,
                                                                                                                                                                            LODGING ........................... 266.15          Levy and Sale
                                                                                                                                                                          LINWELD INC AMBL-OXYGEN .... 79.46                                                  State of Iowa
                                                                           upon receiving easements from all land-          to look at various roads and bridge con-
                                                                                                                                                                          LNC COMPUTERS DEC/JAN SERV/EQUIP-                                                  Carroll County
                                                                           owners on the proposed route. Discus-            struction projects in the five-year plan.
                                                                                                                                                                            MENT .............................. 2,987.25                Iowa District Court CASE #37681
                                                                           sion followed concerning placement of               Board reviewed manure management
                                                                                                                                                                          MAIL SERVICES LLC TREAS-RNWL NOT/                                                  Carroll County
                                                                           poles along the route. Vice-chair closed         annual updates for Danner Finisher,
                                                                                                                                                                            POSTAGE ........................... 612.52                                    Special Execution
                                                                           the public hearing at 10:44 a.m. Motion          Sections 27 & 34, Pleasant Valley Town-
                                                                                                                                                                          MANNING MONITOR, THE PUB.NOT/RE-                      PLAINTIFF: BANK OF AMERICAN, N.A.
                                                                           by Danzer, second by McDermott to ap-            ship; and PI-235 Finisher, Section 5,
                                                                                                                                                                            PORT/PROCEED. ............... 1,189.53              DEFENDANT (JUDGMENT DEBTOR):
                                                                           prove Resolution #2009-004. On a roll            Wheatland Township.
                                                                                                                                                                          MIDAMERICAN ENERGY                                    WANSER, VIRGINIA
                                                                           call vote, Danzer, aye; Beardmore, aye;             Motion by Nieland, second by McDer-
                                                                                                                                                                            ELECTRICITY .................... 2,177.61           WANSER, DONNIE
                                                                           McDermott, aye; Nieland, aye; Meiners            mott to approve a plat of survey for Lot
                                                                                                                                                                          NAPA AUTO PARTS SHER-                                 LVNV FUNDING FKA SHERMAN ACQUI-
                                                                           absent. Motion carried.                          1, NW1/4 NW1/4 Section 28-82-34. On
                                                                                                                                                                            SUPPLIES ............................. 27.18        SITION
                                                                                     RESOLUTION 2009-004                    roll call, all present voted aye.
                                                                                                                                                                          O’REILLY’S AUTO PARTS VEHICLE                             As a result of the judgement rendered
                                                                              A Resolution Granting Electric Line              Board discussed various changes to
                                                                                                                                                                            MAINT/SUPPLIES .................. 14.47             in the above referenced court case, an
                                                                           Easement Option to MidAmerican En-               the proposed FY10 budget. Motion by
                                                                                                                                                                          PARCHER, BARB K ATTY-CT.RELATED                       execution was issued by the court to the
                                                                           ergy Company                                     McDermott, second by Danzer to stipu-
                                                                                                                                                                            SERVICES .......................... 258.00          Sheriff of this county. The execution
                                                                              WHEREAS, on the 17th day of Febru-            late that $750 of the $5000 budgeted
                                                                                                                                                                          PITNEY BOWES INC AUD-3 RED INK                        ordered the sale of defendant(s) REAL
                                                                           ary, 2009 the Carroll County Board of            for Domestic/Sexual Assault Outreach
                                                                                                                                                                            CART/QTR.MAINT ............. 1,248.45               ESTATE described below to satisfy the
                                                                           Supervisors held a Public Hearing to             Center must be spent on repairs to the
                                                                                                                                                                          POSTMASTER DHS-POST BOX                               judgement. The property to be sold is:
                                                                           consider granting to MidAmerican Ener-           house in Carroll, owned by the Domestic
                                                                                                                                                                            FEE ................................... 180.00      LOT FOUR (4), BLOCK ONE (1), ROHDE’S
                                                                           gy Company an option for an easement             Abuse Prevention Center. On roll call, all
                                                                                                                                                                          RAMADA INN CONS-LODGING . 362.88                      FIRST ADDITION TO MANNING, CARROLL
                                                                           and other collateral rights for transmis-        present voted aye.
                                                                                                                                                                          RAY’S REFUSE SERVICE INC JANUARY                      COUNTY, IOWA
                                                                           sion lines, for One Hundred Forty-sev-              Danzer reported on Region XII.
                                                                                                                                                                            TRASH ................................ 17.06        Location of Property: 124 3RD ST.
                                                                           en and 18/100 dollars ($147.18) and                 Beardmore reported on MH-DD Stake-
                                                                                                                                                                          RIVER, MARK CONS-REIMB/DISTRICT 1                         The described property will be offered
                                                                           the right, for and during the period of          holders meeting and Human Services
                                                                                                                                                                            MTG ...................................... 8.00     for sale at public auction for cash only as
                                                                           twenty-four (24) months from the date            Coalition.
                                                                                                                                                                          ROTHFOLK, NORMAN AMBL-                                follows:
                                                                           of granting, the right to acquire for the           McDermott reported on Region XII
                                                                                                                                                                            REFUND............................. 341.25          Date of Sale: 4/7/2009
                                                                           further consideration of One Thousand            and DECAT.
                                                                                                                                                                          S.I. AUTO BODY INC AMBL-VEHICLE RE-                   Time of Sale: 10:00 a.m.
                                                                           Three Hundred Twenty-four and 62/100                Nieland reported Partnership 4 Fami-
                                                                                                                                                                            PAIR ................................. 776.00       Place of Sale: Carroll County Sheriff’s
                                                                           dollars ($1,324.62) upon exercise of             lies.
                                                                                                                                                                          SAINT ANTHONY HOSPITAL AMBL-MED-                      Office, 114 E. 6th Street, Carroll, IA
                                                                           said option and as agreed to, a perpetual           Motion by Beardmore, second by Dan-
                                                                                                                                                                            ICAL SERVICES .................. 281.77                  This sale not subject to redemption.
                                                                           right-of-way easement (overhang only)            zer to adjourn at 11:17 a.m. On roll call,
                                                                                                                                                                          SAINT ANTHONY REHABILITA SAFETY                               Judgment Amount: $65,623.05
                                                                           upon, over, under, across, and along the         all present voted aye.
                                                                                                                                                                            COMM-HCA/INSERVICE ........ 150.00                                       Accrued Costs: PLUS
                                                                           land situated in the County of Carroll,                              Joan Schettler, Auditor
                                                                                                                                                                          SCHRECKS FOUR SEASON SER AMBL-                                                  Costs: $1,152.50
                                                                           State of Iowa, and as more specifically                          Dan Nieland, Vice Chairman
                                                                                                                                                                            SNOW REMOVAL ................. 310.00                                        Interest: $729.27
                                                                           described: The North 25.0 feet of the               The Board of Supervisors of Carroll
                                                                                                                                                                          SCHROEDER, RHONDA DHS-KEYPAD                                            Sheriff’s Fees: Pending
                                                                           East 325.0 feet of Lot 2 of the SW1/4            County, Iowa met in regular adjourned
                                                                                                                                                                            FLEXLOCK .......................... 109.65                                           Attorney:
                                                                           SE1/4, Section 23, T-84N, R-35W of the           session in the Boardroom of the Court-
                                                                                                                                                                          SECURE SHRED SOLUTIONS L DHS-                                               974 73rd St Suite 20
                                                                           5th P.M., Carroll County, Iowa, as mea-          house, in Carroll, Iowa, the County seat
                                                                                                                                                                            SHREDDING ......................... 70.00                                Des Moines, IA 50312
                                                                           sured along the North lot line of said Lot       of said County on Friday, February 27,
                                                                                                                                                                          SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO. CTH-PAINT/                                                 Date: 2/24/2009
                                                                           2; AND The North 25.0 feet of that por-          2009 at 9:00 a.m. Central Standard
                                                                                                                                                                            CAULK ................................. 35.27                        Sheriff: Douglas R Bass,
                                                                           tion of Lot A of Lots 29, 30, 31, 32 & 33        Time pursuant to law, the rules of said
                                                                                                                                                                          SMOUSE, JOSH ME.INVEST ..... 100.00                                        Carroll County Sheriff
                                                                           in the S1/2 of SE1/4 of said Section 23          Board and to the adjournment with the
                                                                           lying in the SW1/4 SE1/4 of said Sec-            following members present: Eugene             SOFTCHOICE CORPORATION DP-SOFT-
                                                                           tion 23; AND The West 50.0 feet of that          Meiners, Dan Nieland, Marty Danzer,             WARE MAINT ....................1,670.25
                                                                           portion of Lot A of Lots 29, 30, 31, 32          Mark Beardmore and Del McDermott.             STERICYCLE AMBL-BIOWASTE DISPOS-
                                                                           & 33 in the S1/2 of SE1/4 of said Sec-              Motion by Nieland, second by Danzer          AL ..................................... 685.98
                                                                           tion 23 lying in the SE1/4 SE1/4 of said         to approve the agenda with one addi-          STONE PRINTING OFFICE PR AMBL-ED-
                                                                           Section 23, AND The South 25.0 feet of           tion: Law Enforcement Contract with             UCATION MATERIAL ............ 724.82
                                                                           said Lot A lying North of and adjacent           City of Glidden. On roll call, all voted      TIRE & OIL SPECIALTIES AMBL-VEHICLE
                                                                           to 3rd Street. Said easement contains            aye.                                            MAINT ................................. 14.00
                                                                           0.446 acres, more or less. Legal Notice             Sheriff, Doug Bass, met with the Board     TREASURER STATE OF IOWA JAIL-
                                                                           was published in the Carroll Daily Times         to review the Contract Law agreement            SCHOOL ............................ 405.00
                                                                           Herald February 9, 2009.                         with the City of Glidden. Glidden officials    UNITED        STATES         CELLULAR          CELL
                                                                              NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED,                feel their city is being over-charged for       PHONES ............................ 130.98
                                                                           that the Carroll County Board of Super-          contract law services. The Board point-       VAN ZUIDEN, BILL CONS-MEALS 20.47
                                                                           visors, hereby grants to MidAmerican             ed out that Glidden is close in popula-       VANDERHEIDEN, JOSEPH J ME.
                                                                           Energy Company the above described               tion to Coon Rapids, and the charge for         INVEST.............................. 100.00
                                                                           option for an easement and other collat-         contracting with the County Sheriff’s         VASQUEZ, JEN AMBL-FUEL
                                                                           eral rights for transmission lines in con-       office is much less than the cost of a           REIMB. ................................ 20.00
                                                                           sideration of the payment of $147.18.            municipal police department. Following        VERIZON WIRELESS DHS-TELE 123.46
                                                                              Passed unanimously on a roll call vote        a lengthy discussion, motion by McDer-        VIDEO        PROFESSIONALS               DHS-VHS
                                                                           this 17th day of February, 2009.                 mott, second by Danzer to reduce the            TAPE/PROTECTIVE ................. 15.00
                                                                           s/Dan Nieland                                    contract with Glidden by $2500 (in ad-        VISA JAIL-MEALS/LODGING .... 611.56
                                                                           s/Marty Danzer                                   dition to the $1000 reduction approved        WERDEN JR., JOHN C. ATTY-MILEAGE/
                                                                           s/Mark Beardmore                                 on February 17, 2009), and to leave the         MEALS/LODGING ................ 574.45
                                                                           s/Del McDermott                                  contract open for one year. On roll call,     WEST CENTRAL IOWA RURAL CONS-
                                                                              Attest: Joan Schettler, County Auditor        Danzer, Nieland and McDermott voted             WATER ................................ 30.00
                                                                              Danzer reported on WESCO, Solid               aye; Beardmore and Meiners voted nay.         WEST CENTRAL PATHOLOGY
                                                                           Waste Board meeting, M&M RC&D, Re-               Motion carried.                                 AUTOPSY- .......................... 800.00
                                                                           gion XII, and Verizon Tower.                        Board discussed $5,000 funding re-         WESTERN IOWA POWER COOPE CONS-
                                                                                                                            quest from The Richmond Center. Motion          ELECTRICITY ........................ 72.00
                                                                                                                                                                          WETRICH, MATT CONS-MEALS/
                                                                                                                                                                            SHELVES ........................... 461.59
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                                                                                                                                                                            TOTAL ........................... 47,229.98
                                                                                                                                                                          GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL
                                                                                                                                                                          CARROLL COUNTY SHERIFF SHERIFF
                                                                                                                                                                            FEES ............................... 1,313.95
                                                                                                                                                                          COMMUNITY & FAMILY RESOU TREAT-
                                                                                                                                                                            MENT-SA .........................1,295.00
                                                                                                                                                                          DUBUQUE COUNTY SHERIFF SHERIFF
                                                                                                                                                                            FEES ................................... 25.00
                                                                                                                                                                          GUTHRIE CO. SHERIFF SHERIFF
                                                                                                                                                                            FEES ................................... 48.00
                                                                                                                                                                          HOT SPRING COUNTY SHERIF SHERIFF
                                                                                                                                                                            FEES ................................... 50.00
                                                                                                                                                                          IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY SEAT REG-
                                                                                                                                                                            SCHON/IRLBECK ................. 200.00
                                                                                                                                                                          JOHNSON CO. SHERIFF’S DE SHERIFF
                                                                                                                                                                            FEES ................................... 16.50
                                                                                                                                                                          NORTHWEST IOWA Y.E.S. CE OCT/JAN-
                                                                                                                                                                            JUV ................................ 4,950.00
                                                                                                                                                                          TREASURER STATE OF IOWA SA-TREAT-
                                                                                                                                                                            MENT ................................ 966.15
                                                                 Expires 03/31/09                                      Expires 03/31/09                                   0002 GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL
                                                                                                                                                                            TOTAL ............................. 8,864.60
                                                                                                                                                                          MH-DD SERVICE FUND
                                                                                                                                                                          ALLIANT ENERGY CASE MGMNT-
                                                                                                                                                                            GAS .................................. 227.19
                                                                                                                                                                          BUENA VISTA COUNTY AUDIT FEB-CM-
                                                                                                                                                                            SUPR/CPC-ADMIN ........... 5,167.30
                                                                                                                                                                          CASS INC. (761) JAN.WORK ACTIVITY
                      Available at                                                                                                                                          ......................................... 929.50
                                                                                                                                                                          CHANDLER, ANGELA CASE MGMNT-
                                                                                                                                                                            MILEAGE.............................. 63.80
                 Bayard, Ia                                                                                                                                               CHOICE INC. JAN.TRANS ........ 151.20
                                                                                                                                                                          COUNTY CASE MANAGEMENT S JAN.
                                                                                                                                                                            CONSULTING ...................... 565.00
           101 Highway 141                                                                                                                                                FELD EQUIPMENT CO, ED M CASE
                                                                                                                                                                            MGMNT-QTR SECURITY .......... 27.00
                                                                  Expires 03/31/09                                      Expires 03/31/09                                  GENESIS DEVELOPMENT JAN.WORK

             (712) 651-2067                                                                                                                                                 ACTIVITY ............................. 20.00
                                                                                                                                                                          HOWARD CENTER INC JAN.SUPR.APT.
                                                                                                                                                                            LIVING .............................. 275.20
                                                                                                                                          Coon Rapids EntERpRisE - thuRsday, MaRCh 12, 2009/PAGE 6

Plans cancelled for                                                                                                                                              What are those things?
                                                                                                                                                                 By Maxine Christensen
                                                                                                                                                                 Reprinted from the Atlantic News-Telegraph, Monday, March 9, 2009

hybrid power plant                                                                                                                                                      Passing through Coon Rapids on Highway 141 you will notice on
                                                                                                                                                                 the north side of the street three structures ‑ but what in the world are
Partners appreciate broad support for project                                                                                                                    they?
                                                                                                                                                                        There are three tall round structures ‑ one has large round balls
by Marshalltown community, labor partners,                                                                                                                       up and down the sides ‑ another one has many eight sided figures of
business leaders, political leadership                                                                                                                           metal and the third has some twisted metal running up and down. Two
                                                                                                                                                                 are the same height, but one is taller. At the base were lights shining on
  Interstate Power and Light Company (IPL), a subsidiary of Alli-              Winners in the first St. Gregory Retreat Center Soup and Dessert Cook Off
                                                                               were, from the left,: Ed Heisterkamp, Coon Rapids, chili; Linda Smith, Bayard,
                                                                                                                                                                 them, and at one place is a small sign
ant Energy Corporation (NYSE: LNT), announced last week that
                                                                               sauerkraut soup; Carol Laughery, rural Bayard, beef soup; Sandy Robertson,        that says “street lighting.” There is a
plans to construct the proposed Sutherland Generating Station                                                                                                    rock wall around the structures, and a
                                                                               Bayard, dessert, and Robyn Corkins for her husband, Brent, chicken soup.
Unit 4 in Marshalltown have been cancelled. The project’s oth-                                                                                                   concrete circular driveway. It almost
                                                                               They received prizes of cash, certificates and a custom designed soup ladle
er partners are Central Iowa Power Cooperative (CIPCO), Corn                   trophy.                            Story and Photo courtesy Bayard News Gazette   resembles a small park.
Belt Power Cooperative (Corn Belt) and                                                                                                                                  Being curious, a stroll across
North Iowa Municipal Electric Coop- About Corn Belt Power                                                                                                        the street to a gas station, a lady was
erative Association (NIMECA).              Cooperative
                                           Corn Belt Power Coopera-
  The decision to cancel the project tive, headquartered in Hum-
                                                                               28 crock pots of soup                                                             walking by. When asked what the
                                                                                                                                                                 structures were she replies “Looks
is based on a combination of factors boldt, is a generation and
including the current economic and transmission (G&T) electric
financial climate, increasing environ- cooperative owned by its
                                                                               go head-to-head in                                                                like a lot of expense for nothing, to
                                                                                                                                                                 me, but then, I don’t live here.”
                                                                                                                                                                        Not satisfied, a man had finish‑
mental, legislative and regulatory un- member systems. Corn Belt
certainty regarding regulation of fu-
                                           Power provides electricity to
                                           11 member distribution elec-
                                                                               St. Gregory’s cook-off                                                            ing pumping his gas, so the question
                                                                                                                                                                 was first put to him” Do you live
ture greenhouse gas emissions and the tric cooperatives and one                                                                                                  here?” and when he answered “yes”
                                                                               	 St. Gregory Retreat Center             one was full and happy when              the question was then asked, “Just
terms placed on the proposed power municipal electric coopera-
                                                                               hosted the first soup and des-           they left. I believe a good time         what are those structures there?”
plant by regulators.                       tive that serve farm members,
                                                                               sert cook off on Sunday evening,         was had by all.”                         and he replied “Look’s like a lot of
  “Our company and our partners ap- rural residences, small towns
                                                                               February 22. Almost 150 people           	 The St. Gregory guests from all        expense for nothing to me,” but then
preciate the tremendous support dem- and commercial and indus-                 attended and judged the 28 crock         over the United States provided
                                           trial members in 41 counties
onstrated for this project by our labor in northern Iowa. Member                                                                                                 went on to say, “You know when the state of Iowa had a program called
                                                                               pots of delicious soups and 18           entertainment with original po-          ‘Great Places in Iowa’? The Government gave some money to Coon
partners, industry, agriculture and busi- cooperatives include Glidden         pans of mouth watering des-              ems, performing classical pieces,        Rapids and they had to spend it. I guess one is supposed to be DNA
ness leaders, the community of Mar- REC and Sac County REC.                    serts.                                   original stories plus vocal selec-       for hybrid seed corn, one is just supposed to represent a silo, and who
shalltown and economic development                                             	 Winners were: Ed Heister               tions.                                   knows what the other one is for.”
organizations across the state,” says About North Iowa                         kamp of Coon Rapids, first place         	 “I feel blessed to be part of                 The conclusion this reporter came to was that Coon Rapids
Tom Aller, president-IPL. “While our Municipal Electric                        in the chili category; Linda Smith       such a Christian, caring organi-         was noted for Garst Seed Corn. The Garst farm is the family home
company is disappointed in this missed Coop Association                        of Bayard, first place in the mis-       zation as St. Gregory. It has truly      of agricultural innovator Roswell Garst And is the hub of activities at
opportunity to further Iowa’s efforts to North Iowa Municipal Elec-            cellaneous soup category with            been a win-win situation for             Garst Farm Resorts. Roswell and his wife hosted Soviet Premier Nikita
grow its economy and position our state tric Cooperative Association           sauerkraut soup; Carol Laughery          both the communities and the             Khrushchev on the farm in 1959.
as a leader in renewable energy, we will (NIMECA), with offices in             of rural Bayard, first place in the      guests,” continued Haverman.                    The Garst family owns 4,500 acres along both sides of an eight
continue to focus our efforts on expand- Humboldt, is a municipal              beef soup division; Brent Cork-          “St. Gregory employs many of             mile stretch of the Middle Raccoon River with woodlands, wetlands,
                                           electric cooperative owned
ing our renewable energy resources and by its municipal members.               ins of Bayard, first place in the        our towns people and the guests          prairies, unique geology (white rock) and fishing ponds. The family will
energy efficiency initiatives and reduc- NIMECA provides power                 chicken soup division and Sandy          have added to our economy by             be donating 5,000 acres of lands, as well as the historic farmstead to a
ing our environmental impact.              and services to 13 munici-          Robertson of Bayard, first place         doing business with local hair           new nonprofit organization called Whiterock Conservancy.
  Our company still has an obligation to pal electric systems. Mem-            in the dessert category.                 stylists, convenience store, bank,              That is no doubt what these structures are supposed to represent.
serve customers with safe, reliable and bers of NIMECA include                   Each winner received a cash            library, newspaper office and
                                           the communities of Algona,          prize, certificate and a ladle/          area churches.
environmentally responsible energy at Alta, Bancroft, Coon Rapids,
a reasonable cost. We will continue de- Graettinger, Grundy Cen-               spatula trophy. The trophies                “The guests have personally           Reader Comments
                                                                               were made by Gary Haverman.              gotten to know many people in            Doug Carpenter wrote on Mar 10, 2009 11:41 AM:
veloping new energy resources, such ter, Laurens, Milford, New
                                                                               	 The trophies are designed to           the area and the comment I hear          “Hybrid Icons”
as our construction of the Whispering Hampton, Spencer, Sumner,
                                                                               travel so the winning cooks will         most often from the guests is               Coon Rapids does have some interesting art that catches travelers’ at‑
Willow wind farm, which is expected to Webster City and West Bend.
                                                                               be asked to return them and              what a kind, friendly town with          tention. The streetscaping and art at the intersection of HW 414 and 5th
be in service by 2010, as well as investing in our existing power              defend their titles in February          warm, caring people,” added
plants to enhance their production while reducing their impact on                                                                                                Ave was funded by the State’s Great Places Program. It is one of many
                                                                               2010.                                    Haverman. “Definitely the town           projects that have fostered major positive changes in the Coon Rapids
the environment. In addition, over the next six to twelve months,              	 “Many of the comments heard            has extended themselves in won-          and Whiterock. Many of them are aimed at making our area a more
our company will evaluate its energy supply options as we pre-                 were that it was so much fun             derful, small town hospitality           interesting place to live, work and visit. Visitors will see more art, trails
pare to meet the energy needs of future generations of Iowans.”                visiting with people they hadn’t         and the guests have generously           and recreational opportunities in 2009 and the coming years.
  “Today’s decision is not in the best interest of our cooperative             seen for a while, they loved the         given of themselves to serve this           The art viewed by Maxine Christensen is called the “Hybrid Icon”. It
or our state, but it is the hand we were dealt,” said Dennis Mur-              variety of entertainment,” said          community. Each person helping           is meant to capture the history and future of Coon Rapids in an artistic
dock, CIPCO Executive Vice President and CEO. “CIPCO was                       Jeanne Haverman, organizer of            each other has brought purpose           and thought provoking way. It was designed by Iowa Artist David
committed to the Sutherland project as a solution to providing                 the event for St. Gregory. “The          to all of our lives.”                    Dhalquist. His explanation of the sculpture follows:
an affordable and reliable supply of electricity with a renew-                 food was incredible and every-                                                       Many communities in Iowa share common histories; rivers, rail-
able component. While the economic slowdown has dampened                                                                                                         roads, prairie landscape, native ecologies, agriculture and more. These
short-term forecasts for energy growth, we still have a need for
baseload electric generation to serve our members. We will con-                Swan Lake Summer Camp                                                             themes are manifested directly and indirectly in many ways throughout
                                                                                                                                                                 the life of our cities and towns. All of these elements are part of the
                                                                                                                                                                 history of Coon Rapids. But what is “the story” that distinguishes Coon
                                                                               registration March 30
tinue to pursue other opportunities to meet the growing needs
of our members to foster economic growth and job creation.”                                                                                                      Rapids and sets it apart from other towns in Iowa?
  Ken Kuyper, executive vice president and general manager,                                                                                                         Recently, as part of our design process, we conducted a three day
Corn Belt Power Cooperative, states, “It’s regrettable that this                                                                                                 brainstorming session in Coon Rapids. The session began with an in-
plant won’t be built. This new source of generation was an im-
                                                                               	 Mark your calendars for the
                                                                               upcoming summer camps at
                                                                                                                        FCSAmerica                               depth series of conversations with residents of Coon Rapids about the
portant part of our plan for meeting the growing demand for elec-              Swan Lake.		Listed below are the         distributes $1.8M                        life and history of their community. Through this discovery or “artistic
tricity from the people of rural Iowa. Corn Belt Power will work               dates:                                                                            fact-finding” process, one which combined insight with research and
to determine the next best alternative to the Sutherland plant. We             Caterpillar Camp (3-4 yr olds) 9-        to area producers                        documentation, a unique and site-specific theme began to emerge. From
will continue to do everything we can to meet our co-op mem-                     11 am sessions                            Farm Credit Services of Amer-         Coon Rapid’s agricultural roots, a significant new technology devel-
bers’ need for reliable and affordable power.”                                 Fri, Jun 19; Sat Jul 11; Sat Jul 25      ica (FCSAmerica) customers in            oped into a business that is known around the world. The production of
  “Our members are disappointed that the project will not be mov-                (Parent or guardian must stay          the Carroll area, which includes         “Hybrid Corn” is a fascinating story that encompasses many important
                                                                                 with camper)                           Carroll and surrounding coun-            events. Hybridization not only speaks to the lives of Henry Wallace and
ing forward,” said Greg Fritz, NIMECA CEO. “When combined
                                                                               Cricket Camp (5-Kindgarten)              ties, are receiving cash patronage       Roswell Garst, but it reaches across cultures to Nikita Khrushchev,
with our existing hydro, wind, and coal resources this hybrid
                                                                                 9 am–12 pm and 1:30-4:30 pm            payments totaling approximately          becoming a symbolic bridge during the Cold War. At the heart of this
plant would have provided the energy necessary for continued
                                                                                 sessions                               $1.8 million this month. The 2008        science,
economic development and growth in our member communities.
                                                                               Jun 16-18; Jun 23-25                     cash patronage distribution for          two enti-
We will be exploring other opportunities to provide our mem-                                                                                                     ties com-
                                                                               Nature Explorers (completed              all eligible FCSAmerica custom-
bers with the energy necessary for their communities to grow and                                                                                                 bine to
                                                                                 1st-3rd grades) 9 am – 3 pm            ers is $60 million.
prosper.”                                                                                                                                                        become
                                                                                 sessions                                  “More than simply having fi-
                                                                               Jul 7-10; Jul 14-17; Jul 21-24           nancial strength, patronage al-          stronger
                                                                               Junior Naturalists (completed            lows us to share it with our cus-        than one

Small wind                                                                       4th-5th grades) 2 day 1 night
                                                                                 camp
                                                                                                                        tomer-owners who helped build
                                                                                                                        it, said President and CEO Doug
                                                                                                                                                                 alone.
                                                                                                                                                                 Hybrid
                                                                                                                                                                 corn be-

workshops planned
                                                                               Jun 11-12; Jun 30-Jul 1                  Stark. “We appreciate the dedi-
                                                                               Carroll County Naturally (com-           cation and loyalty of those who          came a
                                                                                 pleted 6th-7th grades)		2 day 2        were a part of our success.”             dynamic
                                                                                 night camp Jul 29-31                      Richard Danilson, FCSAmeri-           industry
	 Landowner scale wind turbine          has come in the form of large                                                                                            for Coon
                                                                                                                        ca’s Vice-President in Perry-Car-
systems will be discussed at two        scale projects involving large                                                                                           Rapids and the entire state of Iowa. Consider how many things relate to
                                                                               	 Camp registration runs from            roll office added, “The patron-
workshops on March 25th and             development companies. These                                                                                             the production of Hybrid corn in Coon Rapids; the lives of several gen-
                                                                               March 30 through May 22 on a             age program is a great benefit
one workshop on March 26th.             large wind farms have stimulat-                                                                                          erations of residents, the development of the town itself, schools, even
                                                                               first-come, first-served basis. For      available to area producers and
The March 25th workshops will           ed a tremendous interest in wind                                                                                         the experience of walking down the street. Clearly, this is a story that
                                                                               more information on summer               the communities in which they
be held beginning at 8:45 AM at         energy and have spurred interest                                                                                         you can “hang your hat on.” How can one begin to tell this story in an
                                                                               camps and all other conservation         live. Many of the producers will
the Grundy Community Center             in developing smaller farm and                                                                                           exciting visual way that welcomes people into Coon Rapids, engages
                                                                               happenings, sign up for our free         spend the money locally, adding
in Grundy Center and again at           acreage projects.                                                                                                        them to learn more and to return? Our concept is the “Hybrid Icon.”
                                                                               newsletter by calling (712) 792-         an economic benefit to the entire
2:00 PM at the Muse Norris Con-         	 Speakers from the Iowa Energy                                                                                             The “Hybrid Icon” is a gateway to Coon Rapids. The marker func‑
                                                                               4614.                                    region.”
ference Center on the NIACC             Center, local wind consultant -                                                                                          tions in many sculptural and interpretive ways. The archetypal forms re‑
                                                                                                                        	 Since 2005, FCSAmerica has
Campus in Mason City.	 	 The            Tom Hurd, local landowners who                                                                                           call grain silos and drying bins. These structures have traditionally held
                                                                                                                        distributed more than $260 mil-
March 26th workshop will be             have installed wind systems and                                                                                          the harvest of our land. It is a “beacon,” internally illuminated in the
held at 1:00 PM at the Rialto The-      local utility companies will pro-             ST. JUDE’S                        lion in cash patronage to eligible
                                                                                                                                                                 evening, announcing that you have “arrived,” you are home. Contained
ater in Pocahontas.	 	 Each work-       vide useful information on how                NOVENA                            customers and the Board of Di-
                                                                                                                                                                 inside the “lanterns” on the corner hillside, are symbols of scientific
                                                                                                                        rectors has approved a patron-
shop will last approximately 3 ½        these energy generation projects          May the Sacred Heart of                                                        research; cellular structure, protein building blocks, and DNA genomic
                                                                                                                        age program for 2009.
hours and will feature the same         can be planned.                           Jesus be adored, glori-                                                        mapping. “Hybrid Icon” is a dynamic expression of transformation. The
                                                                                                                           Farm Credit Services of Ameri-
topics but offer alternative loca-      	 The cost of the workshop is             fied, loved and preserved                                                      forms are part of our collective memories. Growing from a foundation
                                                                                                                        ca is proud to finance the growth
tions for interested participants.			   $15.00 if registered on or before         throughout the world                                                           that is hard work and conservation, they speak to the past, while at the
                                                                                                                        of rural America, including the
	 The workshops are designed to         March 23 or $20.00 at the door.	   	      now and forever. Sacred                                                        same time reach to the future. They become a “destination,” and create
                                                                                                                        special needs of young and be-
answer basic questions on small         The registration fee includes re-         Heart of Jesus, pray for                                                       a memorable “presence” that welcomes people to Coon Rapids.
                                                                                                                        ginning producers. With more
wind energy systems and to dis-         freshments.		For additional infor-        us; St. Jude, worker of                                                           I invite your readers to visit Coon Rapids this spring, walk our trails
                                                                                                                        than 75,500 customers, assets of
cuss local, state and federal pro-      mation or to register contact the         miracles, pray for us; St.                                                     and enjoy the Hybrid Icons and the growing number of public art instal‑
                                                                                                                        more than $13 billion, and a cash
grams available to finance these        Resource Conservation & Devel-            Jude, help of the hopeless,                                                    lations in our small town.
                                                                                                                        patronage program, FCSAmerica
projects. The featured topics in-       opment offices in Charles City            pray for us.
                                                                                                                        is one of the leading providers
clude background information            (641-257-1912, Ext 4), Humboldt           Say this prayer 9 times a                                                                                                               Doug Carpenter
                                                                                                                        of credit and insurance services
on small scale wind development         (515-332-1720) or Garner (641-            day, by the 8th day your                                                                                      President, Coon Rapids Development Group
                                                                                                                        to farmers, ranchers, agribusi-
in Iowa, economics of installing a      923-3606, Ext 5).                         prayers will be answered.	  	                                                                                                  www.coonrapidsiowa.com
                                                                                                                        ness and rural residents in Iowa,
system on your farm or acreage          	 Sponsors of the Small Wind              It has never been known
                                                                                  to fail.		Publication must            Nebraska, South Dakota and
to reduce the purchased power           Workshops include the Iowa
                                                                                  be promised.                          Wyoming. Learn more at www.
as well as financing and grants         Energy Center, Cedar Valley Re-
                                                                                                                        fcsamerica.com.
options.                                source Conservation & Devel-
	 Wind power has become Io-             opment, Inc., Prairie Partners
wa’s fastest growing renewable          Resource Conservation & Devel-            Coon Rapids Rotary’s 6th Annual
resource and has seen incredible
growth the past ten years.	 	 To
                                        opment, Inc. and Prairie Winds
                                        Resource Conservation & Devel-
                                                                                                                                                      This saTurday, March 14
date, most of the development           opment, Inc.                                                                                                  Coon Rapids Legion Community BuiLding
Additional information can be obtained by contacting                                                                                                                Social Hour at 5 p.m. Tournament at 6 p.m.
• Cedar Valley RC&D at 641-257-1912 or kurt.hoeft@ia.usda.gov
• Prairie Partners RC&D at 515-332-1720 or robert.moser@ia.usda.gov                                                                                                          $50 Entry FEE
• Prairie Winds RC&D at 641-923-3606 (Ext. 5) or mark.schutt@ia.usda.gov                                                                              Proceeds to community projects. Entrants limited to the 1st 105 partici-
                                                                                                                                                      pants. Walk-ins $60 at the door pending openings. This year’s tournament

                                                                                  pokER touRnEy
                                                                                                                                                      will include: Top 10 Places Paid Out; Trophies to the top Four; Door Prizes;
                                                                                                                                                      Bonus Prizes such as Best Hand of the Night and for knocking others out
                                                                                                                                                      of the tournament
                                                                                                                                                                   Note: Disruptive participants will be asked to leave w/no refund.
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                                                                                                                 Join Us this Friday                                                 Resident
                                                                                                                                                                                  of the Month
                                                                                                                 and Saturday Nite
                                                                                                                  March 13 & 14!
                                                                                                                            featuring:
                                                                                                             • Ribeye Steaks • Fish Dinners
                                                                                                             • Full Salad Bar • Homemade Desserts
                                                                                                             • Much More

                                                                                                                                                                                  Thomas Rest Haven March
                                                                                                                                                                                  resident-of-the-month is Phyllis
                                                                                                                                                                                  Stiles. Phyllis has lived at TRH
                                                                                                                                                                                  for 3 ½ months. Her husband,
                                                                                                                        501 5th Ave South, Coon Rapids                            Don, of almost 51 years, is a
                                                                                                                                                                                  resident of Parkview Assisted
                                                                                                                            CALL 712-999-6433                                     Living. The Stiles have blessed
                                                                                                                                                                                  us here at TRH. The couple
                                                                                                                                                                                  farmed almost 300 acres of corn

Early celebration for Edna Hague                                                                                                                                                  and beans for many years north
                                                                                                                                                                                  of Dawson. They farmed until
	 More than forty people gathered in the basement meeting room of the Municipal Building on Sunday,                                                                               a stranger told them that they
March 1, 2009, for an early celebration of Edna Hague’s 97th birthday on March 9, 2009.		The guest list                                                                           were killing themselves and
included Edna’s son, Mervin Hague and his wife Joan of Gilbertville, IA., her daughter Shirley and her                                                                            should let the younger farmers
husband Byron Swedberg of Bellingham, WA.		Her brother Billie Taggart of Manning, IA and two neph-                                                                                take over. Then they started
ews, Lyle Paulsen and his wife Juanita of Coon Rapids and Bruce Meggison of Des Moines, IA.		A hymn                                                                               renting out their ground. One
sing accompanied by Joan Hague on the piano and an angel food cake baked with Edna’s recipe by Vera                                                                               of the favorite things about TRH
                                                                                                                                                                                  for Phyllis is the staff that makes
Bass of Coon Rapids were two of the highlights of the afternoon. The five generations of Edna’s family
                                                                                                                                                                                  her feel like family. When
present at the happy affair included son Mervin, granddaughter Julie Hildebrand, great granddaughters,
                                                                                                                                                                                  asked if Phyllis had any advice
Cari Lynn and Courtney, and Edna’s five great great grandchildren. Various family members and friends
                                                                                                                                                                                  to give, she said she was lucky
also attended from Ankeny, Carroll, Dedham, Glidden, Des Moines, Grimes and Norwalk.
                                                                                                                                                                                  to get her own life lived. One
                                                                                                                                                                                  thing we admire about Phyllis



                        February COP                                      SHOP
                                                                                                                                                                                  and Don is that after almost 51
                                                                                                                                                                                  years of marriage, they’ve only
                                                                                                                                                                                  had one fight. Phyllis is such a
                                                                                                                                                                                  giving person -- maybe that is
                                                                                                                                                                                  the reason for such a happy life.
                                      Street.	 	 The pole was found
                                                                                                                                                                                  If you would like to learn more
                                      near the bridge in the river.	  	
                                      Josh Smith was charges with          Congregate Meals                                                                                       about Phyllis and her happy
Citations/arrests                                                                                                                                                                 life and marriage come visit us
Jorge Sanchez, Marshalltown,          failure to maintain control and         Call for reservations                                                                               at TRH. The Stilles have two
  Speed 60/45                         striking fixture on roadway.            by 9:15 a.m. 999-5514                                                                               daughters, Deanna Lee of West
Ronald Lengeling, Carroll, Speed    2/9/09 Brandon Patrick reported                                                                                                               Des Moines and Donna Lee, of
                                      the theft of automotive parts       Monday, March 16
  55/45                                                                   Pork Chow Mein, Rice, Cabbage-                                                                          Euless, Texas.
Brittany Schoonover, Coon Rap-        from a garage on 5th Avenue
                                                                          Pineapple Salad, Oatmeal Fruit
  ids, Expired registration           owned by Keith Carr.
                                                                          bar, Vegetable Juice
Jacklyn Dentlinger, Coon Rapids,    2/15/09 Sheryl Swalla reported
                                                                          tuesday, March 17
  Failure to yield                    a 1998 Chevrolet Lumina was
                                                                          Pot O’Gold Roast w/Potatoes,
Joshua Smith, Coon Rapids, Fail-      abandoned on her storage rent-
                                                                          Carrots and Onions w/Milk
  ure to maintain control and         al property near Elm Street.        Gravy, Apple Crisp, Leprechaun
                                    2/17/09 Police were called to 712                                                                                                                 Coon Rapids, IA 50058
  striking fixture on road                                                Punch                                                                                                           712-999-2253
John Rickers, Westside, Speed         Walnut Street for a domestic        Wednesday, March 18
  55/45                               disturbance.                        Lemon-Herbed Chicken, Creamed
Christopher Bratton, Bayard,        2/19/09 Police picked up two          Corn, Stewed Tomatoes, Fruit
                                                                                                                                                                                  sale Date ClaiM
  Speed 60/45 and failure to          dogs that were found running        Ambrosia, OJ
  prove insurance                     at large.                           thursday, March 19                                                                                     SalE DatE Claim
Jamie Cloobs, Clive, Speed          2/22/09 Resident on 1st Avenue        Hearty Italian Veg. Beef Soup,                                                                         april 25 and 26
                                      reported being harassed by          Crackers, Cottage Cheese, Mixed
  55/45                                                                                                                                                                          2 day auction of Nascar,
Stephanie Riedell, Lake View,         someone in a vehicle parked         Fruit, Cocoa
                                      near her location.                  friday, March 20
                                                                                                                                                                                 Ertl Trucks, Coca Cola
  Speed 55/45
Travis Oelmann, Ames, Tinted        2/22/09 Rich Stoffers reported        Egg Casserole, Fruit Cup, Bran-                                                                        items, and Barbie Doll
  windows                             a broken window at the Coon         Cran Muffin, OJ                                                                                        collections, plus tools an
Shaun Reich, Coon Rapids, Driv-       Rapids-Bayard        Elementary                                                                                                            shop equipment
  ing while suspended, failure to     School.
                                    2/26/09 Police responded to a
                                                                                                                                                                                 Location: Carroll County
  prove insurance and operation
  without registration                burglary alarm at the Coon          audubon County farm ground sells for $4700 an acre                                                     Fairgrounds
Justin Meiners, Carroll, Speed        Rapids Elementary building.         AUDUBON - A land auction offering 695+ acres in one unit sold for $4700 an acre Tuesday in Audubon     Owner Judy Merit
  55/45                             2/28/09 Police investigated a re-      County, about 16 miles southwest of Coon Rapids.		George Brincks of Templeton was the winning bid-    Auctioneers Steve Seidl
                                      port of a possible intoxicated       der in the sale conducted by Farmers National Company.		The land was an entire section of land with
Ronald Bresnahan, Ida Grove,
                                                                           650 acres of tillable cropland.
                                                                                                                                                                                 and Chris Ludwig
  Speed 55/45                         driver coming into Coon Rap-
Todd Partidge, Auburn, Speed          ids on Highway 141.
  55/45
Galen Gaer, Harlan, Speed 55/45
Logan Flynn, Templeton, Speed
  55/45
Mark Fertig, Odebolt, Speed
  55/45
Grant Snyder, Odebolt, Speed
  55/45
Jodi Bruhn, Schleswig, Speed
  60/45
Thomas Laporte, Urbandale,
  Speed 55/45
Emma Mckiernan Struve, Man-
  ning, Speed 55/45
Ray Lang, Chillicothe, No driv-
  ers license
Jorge Gonalez, Coon Rapids,
  Guthrie county warrant for
  driving while suspended and
  false information
Zachariah Schulte, Perry, Possess
  drug paraphernalia
Theodora Braaksma, Coon Rap-
  ids, Possess drug parapherna-
  lia
Brandon Herron, Coon Rapids,
  Carroll county warrant for
  contempt or court
Calls for serviCe
2/3/09 Police assisted the Coon
  Rapids Country Store in iden-
  tifying a customer who drove
  off without paying for fuel.
2/4/09 Motor vehicle accident
  was reported on 4th Avenue at
  State Street.	 	 Holly Namanny
  was northbound on 4th Av-
  enue when her vehicle was
  struck by a eastbound vehicle
  on State Street driven by Jack-
  lyn Dentlinger.	 	 Damage to
  a 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer
  owned by Namanny was ap-
  prox. $1500.		Damage to a 2002
  Pontiac driven by Dentlinger
  was approx. $1000.		Dentlinger
  was issued citation for failure
  to yield upon entering inter-
  section.
2/7/09 Chuck’s Place reported
  someone broke a window and
  entered the bar and stole two
  video poker machines.	 	 The
  machines were owned by Kel-
  ly Coin of Carroll.
2/7/09 Employees of		Coon Rap-
  ids Municipal Utilities report-
  ed a light pole was struck on
  Sumpter Avenue and Bridge
                                                                                                                                                                                    Coon Rapids EntERpRisE - thuRsday, MaRCh 12, 2009/PAGE 8
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               thaNK YOUS                                                                                                                                                                        Thomas Rest Haven
                                                                                                                                             $2 Admission Tel. 712-464-3040
                                                                                                                                             Check out movie selections and
                                                                                                                                                                                                   is currently accepting applications for
   We would like to                    friends, neighbors, and
                                                                                                                                              events on: LakeCityIowa.com
thank our friends, fami-               co-workers for all their                                                                                          showtimes:
lies and our communi-                  kindnesses, concerns,                                                                                  friday, saturday, & sunday 7:30pm                  PART TIME EVENING ASSISTED LIVING
ties for your support                  warm thoughts, visits,                                                                                         sun. Matinee 2:00pm
                                                                                                                                                                                                        UNIVERSAL WORKERS
during Mom’s illness                   food, prayers, flowers,                                                                               March 13-15
and death. We are so                   cards, gifts and expres-                                                                              Marley & Me
blessed to have the sup-               sions of sympathy since                                                                               Comedy/Drama/Family          PG         Applicants should embrace resident centered care concepts, be
                                                                                                                                             Heel the Love. A family learns
port of all of you. Your               the loss of our loved                                                                                 important life lessons from their       motivated to seek excellence, and have proven success working
visits, phone calls, cards,            one. A special ‘bless                                                                                 adorable, but naughty and neu-            in a team environment. Nurse Aide Certification required.
                                                                                                                                             rotic dog. Starring Owen Wilson,
food, and prayers have                 you’ to Pastor Gunder-                                                                                Jennifer Aniston
all been a comfort to                  son, the UMW ladies for                                                                               Movie time is 115 minutes
                                                                                                                                                                                      Our generous wage and benefit package includes IPERS, vaca-
us. Thank you to Cathy                 the lunch, the CR ambu-                 SIGN UP NOW FOR                                                                                       tion, sick leave, holiday pay, personal days, health and life insur-
Van Gundy for the won-                 lance crew, and all the
derful service and to                  medical staff involved
                                                                             YOUTH LITTLE LEAGUE                                                                                       ance, cafeteria plan and self directed retirement savings plan
                                                                                                   Grades K-7
the United Methodist                   for all your help and                Registration forms are available at the City Clerk’s Office.
Women for the food that                support during Bob’s ill-                Registration due date is April 3                                                                                Mary Jane Venteicher, TRH Administrator
was prepared. A special                ness.                                          Fees for K-3 $20.00
Thank you goes out to                           Betty Christensen                     Fees for 4-7 $25.00                                                                            217 Main St. Coon Rapids, IA 50058 Tel 712-999-2253
Hospice of Iowa for your                       Robbi Christensen                  Maximum of $50 per family
                                                                           (an additional charge of $10 per player or $20 per family will
care; you are truly amaz-               Carri & Adam Schaefer                             be charged for late registration)                                                         “This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer”
ing and special people.                                      & Evan
God has given us a spe-                --------------------------------                                                                                                                        Criminal history background check required.
                                                                                FOr reNt
cial gift for almost 69                   Our family extends a
years. We will miss our                heartfelt thank you to             FOr reNt: 1 bedroom
Mom so very much, but                  the residents of Coon              apartment with appliances,
will remember her love,
smile, kindness, words
                                       Rapids for the outpour-
                                       ing of support to us.
                                                                          utilities included. Tel.712-
                                                                          830-4688
                                                                          _____________________tfn
                                                                                                                Spot Shot Basketball
of wisdom, and most                       We        were        over-                                                                        • Open to boys and girls
of all her strength that               whelmed by the gener-              FOr reNt: Very clean, 3                                            • Separate age divisions -
she has passed on to us.                                                  bedroom home in Coon
                                       osity and support of the                                                                                 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
                                                                          Rapids, big home, big yard,
“Friends are angels who                community, not just in             small garage, call 712-830-                                        • Top two finishers in each
lift us to our feet when               our recent loss, but over          7714                                                                  local competition advance
our wings have trouble                 the past several difficult                                                                               to state finals in Grinnell
                                                                          _____________________tfn
remembering how to                     years.                                                                                                • Ribbons for everyone who
                                                                          FOr reNt: Large 2 bed-                                               enters
fly.” You have all been                   A special thank you             room apartment, stove,
our Angels.                            to Martha Wolfe and the                                                                               • $5.00 per person
                                                                          refrigerator       furnished,
 The Family of Marilyn                 Bayard Methodist wom-              utilities included; washer &                                       • www.lapra.org
                     Hoyt:             en for offering their tal-         dryer on site; Call 712-684-
  Brenda Flack & Family                ents and time to serve a           5402
          Julie Burkhardt                                                 _____________________tfn              Coon Rapids Park & Recreation
                                       wonderful lunch follow-
                 & Family              ing the service.
                                                                          FOr reNt: One bedroom
                                                                          apartment, stove, refrigera-
                                                                                                                   Sunday, March 15, 2009
         Teresa McClellan                 Our family is appre-                                                               Sign In - 12:30 p.m.
                                                                          tor furnished, utilities in-
                 & Family              ciate of Linda’s cousin,                                                           CR-B Middle School Gym
                                                                          cluded, washer & dryer on
                                                                                                                 Questions: Call Chris Mohr Tel. 712-999-4040
     Steve Hoyt & Family               John Miller, for his pas-          site; Call 712-684-5402
                                                                          ___________________tfn
                                       toral guidance at the
------------------------------------   church and graveside
   The family of Robert
Christensen would like
                                       services.
                                             The family of Linda
                                                                                                     Coon Rapids Golf Course
to thank all our relatives,                                  Nielsen                                  2009 Membership Prices
                                                                                                                                                      PRICES AFTER
                                                                            PRICES BEFORE MARCH 15TH                                                   MARCH 15TH
                                                                            Type                      Full 7% Tax                   TOTAL                  Total
               Full Time Chef                                               Family                 $440.00  $30.80                 $470.80               $497.55
                                                                            Single A (Age 25+)     $315.00  $22.05                 $337.05               $363.80
                                                                            Single B (Ages 19-24)  $215.00  $15.05                 $230.05               $256.80
                                                                            Student                $115.00   $8.05                 $123.05               $149.80
                                                                            Cart Shed              $185.00  $12.95                 $197.95               $197.95
                                                                            Trail Fees              $70.00   $4.90                  $74.90                $74.90
                                                                            Associate              $100.00   $7.00                 $107.00               $107.00
                                                                            Corporate             $1500.00 $105.00                $1605.00              $1605.00
  in Adair and Bayard is looking for a full time
  chef to work at both Adair and Bayard locations.
  Salary dependent on experience. Benefits
                                                                                          **Buy Early and Save - Offer Ends March 15th**
                                                                                Time is running out for the buy early and save membership incentive program
  available. Please bring resume or contact the                                                             at the CR Golf Course.
  Directors — Tom in Adair at 641-742-3636 or                                         Support the course and your community. Buy your membership today!
  Clayton in Bayard at 712-651-2300.                                                      Call Tyler at 712-790-2672 or Janelle 515-314-9267




           BusinEss &
                                                                                                                                                                      Coon Rapids

                                                                                                                                                              Chiropractic
                                                                                                                                                                     Clinic
                                                                                                                                                               Dr. Philip F. Outhier

     pRofEssional diRECtoRy                                                                                                                                121 4th Ave., Coon Rapids, IA
                                                                                                                                                          officE hours: By Appointment
                                                                                                                                               Evening and weekend appointments available
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REC members Numbers down but                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Photo courtesy of Bayard News Gazette


approve       quality high for CRB
consolidation individual speech
   GLIDDEN–Members of Glidden
REC and Sac County REC overwhelm-                The Coon Rapids-Bayard            The coaches give a special
ingly approved a plan to consolidate           individual speech team            thanks to those who supported
the two electric cooperatives. Ninety-         competed Saturday, Feb-           the team on Saturday.
three percent of Glidden REC members           ruary 28, at the Northwest          District results were:
who voted and nearly 73 percent of Sac         Webster High School in              Interpretive Poetry, senior
County REC members who voted ap-               Manson, earning nine I’s          membership: Molly McAlister
proved the measure.                            and one II.                       I; junior membership: Rowna
   “We’re pleased that members agreed            CR-B had only six stu-          Heck, Justina Albright and Beth
with the board of directors that con-          dents participating this          Gelhaus I
solidation is in the best interest of          year with only one having           Interpretive Prose, junior
both cooperatives,” says Bruce Bailey,         any previous individual           membership: Beth Gelhaus and
CEO of Glidden REC. “This is a way             speech experience.                Kelli Dentlinger I
to strengthen both cooperatives and              “I was really disappoint-         Acting: Molly McAlister I
help mitigate the impact of rising pow-        ed in our senior leadership         Literary Program, senior mem-
er-supply costs, impending climate-            when they dropped out the         bership: Jacob Stringer I
change mandates, and declining farm            week of competition, but            Storytelling: Kelli Dentlinger I;
population.”                                   those who remained really         Justina Albright II
   Both cooperatives held special meet-        picked up my spirits,” said




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Thank you.
ings to close the balloting and count          speech coach Marilyn Jep-
votes on March 4. Glidden REC’s 93             son. “Even though many of                                                                                                                                From left: Kelli Dentlinger, Beth Gelhaus, Jacob Stringer, Justina Albright, Rowna Heck, Mary McAlister
percent approval represents 802 “yes”          these individuals had had
votes out of 869 ballots cast. Of the 461      hectic schedules with our
Sac County REC members who voted,              many CR-B successes over
334 approved the measure. For the con-
solidation to have passed, Iowa law
                                               the past few weeks, they                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Glidden REC members
                                               hung in there and had ex-
stipulates that at least 50 percent of the     cellent performances. I was
membership of each cooperative must            extremely proud of their ef-
vote and two-thirds of those who voted         forts.”
from each cooperative must favor the             Senior Molly McAlister
proposal. “We met the required thresh-         was the team’s only re-
old and then some,” says LaVerne
Greving, president of Glidden REC.
                                               turning letter winner. Once                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Your support and participation
                                               again, she displayed her
“It’s a sign that Glidden REC members          many and varied talents                                                                                                                                                                                                                           in the recent consolidation process
care about their cooperative and take          writing both of her selec-
an active interest in it. We’re grateful       tions for contest. One of                                                                                                                                                                                                                         with Sac County REC is appreciated.
for the support members have shown             McAlister’s state judges
throughout this process, and we espe-          from last year was her critic
cially thank those who attended the in-        again this year.                                                                                                                                                                                                                        493 percent of                                                                                   4Raccoon Valley Electric
formational meeting in January and the           According to this judge,                                                                                                                                                                                                         Gliddden REC voters                                                                                   Cooperative will begin
special meeting this week.”                    she had thought McAli-                                                                                                                                                                                                            and nearly 73 percent                                                                                  operation January 1, 2010.
   The new cooperative, Raccoon Valley         ster had been outstanding
Electric Cooperative, will begin opera-        last year, but said that she                                                                                                                                                                                                   of Sac County REC voters                                                                                  Watch your newsletter
tion January 1, 2010. The headquarters         had continued to refine her                                                                                                                                                                                                      approved the measure.                                                                                    for ongoing details.
will be in Glidden, which has larger           skills and had really grown
and newer facilities, and a branch of-         as a performer.
fice will be in Sac City. The Glidden             “It’s nice to have this
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Glidden REC
REC board has been conducting a na-            quality of leadership on the
tionwide search for a manager in light         team,” added Jepson.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Sac County REC
of the impending retirement of Bailey,           Senior Jacob Stringer
who is retiring June 30, 2009. Now that        competed for the first time.
the consolidation has been approved,           Stringer performed a liter-
the Sac County REC board of direc-             ary program, a combina-
tors will also be involved in the search.      tion of prose and poetry.




                                                                                  We’re HUNGrY for your trade!!!
A general manager of Raccoon Valley            Stringer is also a creative
Electric Cooperative will be named by          writer and composed his
July 1, 2009.                                  own poetry.
   Electric cooperative consolidations           “Jacob is a very gifted
are not new, Bailey notes. Nearly 115          young man,” Jepson stated.
electric cooperatives across the country         Other members of the
have consolidated or merged over the
years, he says. In Iowa, there have been
                                               group included freshmen
                                               Justina Albright, Kelli                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           2008 ford edge aWds
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Just 2 remaining!!!
about 25 consolidations or mergers,            Dentlinger, Beth Gelhaus,
leaving 37 RECs.                               and Rowna Heck. “All
   Projections by Glidden REC and Sac          show excellent potential as
County REC show that consolidation             speakers,” Jepson said.
will save $2.9 million over 10 years.            The team will perform in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      SeL, leather, loaded, super sharp!!!



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  19,500
With the plan approved by the member-          the state contest on Satur-


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   $
ships, the two boards of directors will        day, March 14, at Iowa Cen-
now forge ahead on details to combine          tral Community College in
the systems. “We expect a smooth tran-         Fort Dodge. The agenda for
sition,” Bailey says. “The actual tran-        the contest can be found
sition that will take place next January       by going to the Iowa High
is essentially just one done on paper.         School Speech Association’s
Members won’t see any interruption             (IHSSA) website.                          2005 ford f350 XLT                                                             2005 chevy cavalier                                                                   2007 ford 500 SeL                                                                    2006 ford f250 XLT                                                           2008 ford edge SeL
of service.” In fact, Bailey says service        Jepson is assisted by Carla
will improve with the consolidated co-         Schaefer.
operative, since there will be additional                                                                                        Just In!                                                                            Just In!                                                                           Just In!                                                                       Just In!                                                                         Just In!
                                                                                                             18,900                                                                             7,900                                                                             11,900                                                                          23,900                                                                            20,900
manpower and equipment. “We’re
looking forward to formalizing what                                               reg. cab, diesel,
                                                                                                        $                                                           4-door, clean,
                                                                                                                                                                                           $                                                         dark blue, very
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            $                                                              crew cab, auto,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  $                                                      Panoramic roof,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              $
                                                                                  auto, 1-owner!                                                                    just 40k miles!                                                                  sharp unit!!!                                                                         diesel, many extras!                                                          front wheel drive!
has been a long-standing business part-
nership with Sac County REC,” Bailey
says. “It’s a great fit.”
                                                                                     2004 Pontiac Grand am Se                                                         2007 ford explorer XLT                                                               2006 ford f250 4x4                                                                  2007 ford f150 Lariat                                                             2006 ford f150
                                                   Let Friday the 13th
   Glidden REC and Sac County REC are              Be Your Lucky Day!
non-profit electric cooperatives, owned and
controlled by the farmers, rural residents,
                                                    13% Off                                                                      Just In!                                                                            Just In!                                                                           Just In!                                                                       Just In!                                                                         Just In!
                                                                                                        $
                                                                                                              7,900                                                                        $
                                                                                                                                                                                               17,900                                                                       $
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 23,900                                                                           22,900
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  $                                                                           $
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    21,900
businesses and industries they serve. Sac
County REC, formed in 1938, provides elec-          Storewide Friday Only!        Jus 64,000                                                                        4x4, 3rd seat,                                                                   diesel, crew                                                                          Supercrew,                                                                    Supercrew,
tric service in the counties of Buena Vista,
Calhoun, Crawford, Ida and Sac. Glidden              Ribbons                      miles, nice!                                                                      cerTIfIed!!!                                                                     cab, new tires!                                                                       nice truck!                                                                   black, sharp!!!



REC, formed in 1936, provides electric ser-
vice in the counties of Audubon, Calhoun,
                                                     & Roses
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