Wolverines fall in substate ﬁnal
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Thursday, March 3, 2011
Volume 87 – Number 9
The Grundy Register Serving Grundy County since 1928
Grundy Center, Iowa
$1.00 Newsstand Price
Despite rate decrease, local Grundy Center
Briefs projects to relieve
property owners to see tax hike water runoff, ﬁx
Seeds of Hope to sponsor By JOHN JENSEN
The Grundy Register deteriorating road
annual cell phone drive GRUNDY CENTER — What ap-
peared to be good news for Grundy
By JOHN JENSEN
The Grundy Register
GRUNDY CENTER —Seeds of Hope will sponsor its second-annual
Center residential property owners GRUNDY CENTER — Resi-
cell phone drive in March.
actually disguised the bad Monday, dents on Grundy Center’s south
Phones collected will be used by people served by Seeds of Hope for as a tax rate decrease for the city will
emergency calls. Older models, batteries and phones not in working con- side will see plenty of construction
not add up to a decline in taxes. equipment this spring and early
dition are recycled, with proceeds used to purchase essentials such as bus The City budget estimate pub-
tickets, gas cards, door locks and other necessities. summer, as three major projects will
lished in today’s paper shows a
Cell phones may be dropped off in Grundy Center at Van Wert Inc., 16.98282 percent tax levy rate, affect roads and property in the com-
Family Foods and The Video Place throughout March. which is down 1.2 percent from munity.
For more information call 319-824-5522. 17.19647. An increase in the tax roll- Two of the three projects will
back (the percentage of a residential help improve storm water drainage,
property’s value that is taxable) from while the third will replace an aging
Community Ash Wednesday 47 percent to 48.5 percent, actually and deteriorating local street.
adds up to a 2.1 percent increase, Public Works Director Dan Ban-
service planned for March 9 or about $17 on a home valued at gasser said drainage has been an is-
$100,000. sue in the area of Bridles Addition
GRUNDY CENTER — The Community Ash Wednesday service will City Clerk Rich Riesberg added and the Southview area for several
be held March 9 at Bethany Presbyterian Church at 7 p.m. The service is that the City’s revenues from the Lo- years. One project will install a re-
planned jointly by Bethany and Orchard Hill (Grundy Campus). All are cal Option Sales Tax have remained Source: 2012 Grundy Center Budget Estimate tention basin on a property at 205
welcome to attend. relatively steady through the nation 2011 number, which was originally last year’s $6,942,190 initial esti- Southview Drive that a home was
Ash Wednesday is the ﬁrst day of Lent and occurs 46 days (40 days and state’s difﬁcult economic times, estimated to be $75,000 at this time mate. Much of the difference comes moved from last fall. The basin,
not counting Sundays) before Easter. Ash Wednesday derives its name allowing the City to avoid the major last year, includes three street and from TIF revenue, which is estimat- which will appear as a grass lot re-
from the practice of placing ashes on the foreheads of believers as a sign tax increases expected in some other storm water projects that will take ed to rise 18 percent from $157,042 cessed in the middle, will ﬁll if lo-
of repentance. At services of worship on this day, ashes are imposed on communities. place this spring as well as Tax In- in Fiscal 2011 to $191,998 in Fiscal cal storm sewers are overwhelmed,
the foreheads of the worshippers. Each participant is presented with black The 2012 budget includes crement Financing for the streets at 2010. and then a pressure relief valve will
ashes in the shape of a cross upon his or her forehead. The worshipper $11,063,040 in expenditures, most Prairie View. The Fiscal 2012 num- A public hearing on the budget is allow water gradually drain as the
traditionally retains the mark of the cross until it wears off. The act echoes of which fall along the same line as ber includes ﬁnal payment on this set for March 14 at 7 p.m. at City sewers can handle the runoff.
the ancient Biblical tradition of throwing ashes over one’s head to signify last year’s budget. One exception is spring’s projects as well as funds Hall. Another project will add curb-
repentance before God. capital projects, which are estimated regularly allotted to capital proj- Grundy Register editor John Jen-
to drop from the re-estimated Fiscal ing and gutters to K Avenue from
ects. sen can be reached at 319-824-6958
2011 total of $544,880 to $178,100. City revenues are estimated to be or email@example.com its intersection with First Street all
New group aims to provide outlet Riesberg explained that the Fiscal $7,108,811 in Fiscal 2012, up from the way to the Grundy County Fair-
grounds. On the west side of the
for those dealing with neo-natal loss street, the new curb and gutter will
run only from First Street to the area
GRUNDY CENTER — Empty Arms will host its monthly meeting where curb and gutter currently ex-
Monday, March 7 at 6 p.m. in the chapel at Grundy County Memorial ists, while the east side will see new
Hospital. work that will go all the way from
Those attending should enter through Door No. 3 (the Emergency en- First Street to the fairgrounds.
trance). The chapel is located down the hall past the registration desk. In addition, on the east side, a
Empty Arms is a group aimed at providing an outlet for those who storm sewer pipe will be placed in
have suffered a loss through miscarriage, still birth or shortly after birth. It the existing ditch, which will then be
includes young and old alike, those who have recently suffered a loss, and leveled. Bangasser said this project
those whose loss came years ago. should help solve problems of storm
The group follows a philosophy known as “companioning,” a philoso- water running through the ditch and
phy of care developed by Dr. Alan Wolfelt of the Center for Loss and eventually over the ground near the
Life Transition in Fort Collins, Colo. Companioning is about honoring fairgrounds.
the spirit, curiosity, learning from others, listening with the heart, bearing A third project involves resurfac-
witness to the struggles of others, being present to each other’s pain and ing East First Street on the east side
not about frantic moving forward, judging or directing others’ struggles or of Grundy County Memorial Hos-
imposing logic and order. pital. The project will also involve
Cherish (Engelkes) Hansen and Robyn Plocher are hosts for the group. replacing a majority of the curb and
Hansen, whose son Emmett died 74 days after birth, is in her ﬁnal year gutter. Bangasser said this project has
of studies to become a neo-natal intensive care nurse while Plocher is the been needed for some time, though
AfterCare Specialist at the Abels and French-Hand Funeral Homes. Both the City waited until construction
have personal experience with children in neo-natal intensive care units. was complete at the hospital before
For more information contact Hansen (641) 521-8459 or Plocher (319) undertaking it.
830-4333. Funding for the three projects
will come from the new storm water
utility as well as revenues from re-
Group to meet, make plans for payment of a Tax Increment Financ-
ing Bond taken out by the new ofﬁce
community school garden building at the hospital.
GRUNDY CENTER — Anyone interested in the development of a Construction will begin as soon
community school garden is invited to an informational meeting March 8 as the weather allows, with comple-
at 5:30 p.m. at the Grundy County Memorial Hospital meeting room. tion of all three projects expected by
Enter through door No. 3 on the west side of the hospital under the July 1.
Emergency awning. Grundy Register editor John Jen-
sen can be reached at 319-824-6958
It’s rnot. . too. .late. ?to get a ﬂu shot
Chu ch.. ...... ......
Inﬂuenza activity in Iowa continues to increase and is currently wide-
spread, according to the Iowa Department of Public Health and the Cen-
ters for Disease Control.
Legal not too late to get a ﬂu shot,” said Nancy Haren, RN, BSN, Grundy
County Public Health manager.
Obituaries.......................03 The Grundy Center High School
The proportion of doctor visits
Opinion............................04 for inﬂuenza-like illness, the number of
Social associated hospitalizations and the number of schools with 10
dance team hosted its annual
spring show Saturday. ‘I Wanna available online
percent or greater absence due to illness have all increased.
Sports.........................? Dance’ included the team’s state
The State Hygienic Laboratory
Theater...........................02 has identiﬁed three strains of inﬂuenza championship pom routine and GRUNDY COUNTY — Infor-
virus this year. They are: inﬂuenza A, H3N2 and H1N1, and inﬂuenza B. second-place military routine as mation on many Grundy County
The seasonal ﬂu vaccine protects against all three strains.
Weather..........................02 cemeteries is now available on the
well as several others, including
Wolverine Press................? anyone who has not gotten their sea-
Haren strongly recommends that a solo by senior Leah Anderson County’s ofﬁcial Web site.
sonal ﬂu shot, should get it now. It is not too late. Remember the three Cs: (left) and acts with the youth from Information is available on 30 of
cover your coughs and sneezes; clean you hands; and contain germs by Grundy Center Elementary and the 40 cemeteries within the county
at www.grundycounty.org. Select
staying home when ill. local preschools. Pictured above
(left to right) are: Riley Ackerman, the GIS mapping tab and click on
More BRIEFS on page 2 Chelsey McNeil and Leah Ander- Cemetery Search. You may come to
The Grundy Register son. (John Jensen/The Grundy a screen that requests that you agree
P.O. Box 245
Grundy Center, IA 50638
Contact us Register photos to the terms of the site.
On the search screen, you can
search by different methods:
The Grundy Register • Enter a name and select a spe-
Phone: (319) 824-6958
Church..............................8 P.O. Box 245 ciﬁc cemetery or select “all” under
Fax: (319) 824-6288
Classifieds......................12 Grundy Center, IA 50638 cemetery to search countywide.
Community Calendar...........2 Click search.
Ivester.................................5 Phone: (319) 824-6958 • Enter a death year and select a
E-mail advertising to:
Legals............................7-8 Fax: (319) 824-6288 speciﬁc cemetery or select “all” un-
Obituaries.........................3 der cemetery to search countywide.
E-mail news to:
Opinion.............................4 Click search.
Record...................8 E-mail advertising to: • Select a speciﬁc cemetery and
Puzzles...............................7 firstname.lastname@example.org Video highlights click “search”. Please note that when
a search is done by a speciﬁc cem-
Deadline: Monday, 10 a.m.
Sports..........................13 E-mail news to: from Saturday’s show are etery, only the ﬁrst 1,000 names will
Theater.............................5 email@example.com available online at display in alphabetical order. If the
Weather............................2 Deadline: Monday, 10 a.m. www.thegrundyregister.com See CEMETERY on page 2
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Grundy NEWS Register www.thegrundyregister.com
Daily high and low temperature readings and
precipitation amounts at the National Weather
CEMETERY Chamber to sponsor Spruce Up Spring promotion
from page 1
Service Station in Grundy Center for the 24-hour The Grundy Center Chamber of
period ending at 8 a.m. on the following dates: cemetery has more than 1,000 burial Commerce and businesses are part-
e entries, not all the names will dis-
play. For larger cemeteries, it is best
nering together to show their ap-
preciation to its customers with a
a February 23
to search by name and cemetery.
From the list of names that dis-
Spring Spruce Up promotion during
Spring Open Houses, March 10-12.
February 24 36 23 0.00 0.00 play, click on the ID number to the The Spring Spruce Up promotion
February 25 28 14 0.00 0.00 left of the name. The burial informa-
is sponsored by the Grundy Center
February 26 22 8 0.02 0.00 tion will display. The burial informa- Chamber of Commerce, Grundy Na-
tion screen also has a link to click to
February 27 21 8 0.01 0.00 tional Bank, Phelps Implement and
February 28 29 10 0.00 0.00 zoom to the cemetery location within Titan Machinery along with many
March 01 33 10 0.00 0.00 the county. local business participants.
February Accumulation 1.72 11.40 The burial information on the Customers may enter for a chance
Web site has been donated by Rick at winning the grand prize gift pack-
Gersema from Parkersburg. Gerse- age worth more than $400. They
ma has done years of genealogy re-
BREIFS continued from page 1 search and has donated his database
will need to pick up a punch card
at participating businesses and have
of 19,154 entries to be used as a at least six of the eight businesses
Public invited to GCHS Academic starting point for the county’s data. stamp it. Participating businesses
This information is currently being will be: As You Like It/Hallmark,
Decathlon awards ceremony reviewed and updated by the various Frederick Furniture, Garden Gate
All students who participated in this year’s Academic Decathlon competi- cemetery boards.
tion will be recognized at an awards ceremony in the Grundy Center High Florist & Gifts, Norby’s Farm Fleet,
Burial information is available on Shabby Shack, Stylish Living, Sub-
School IMC on Sunday, March 6. The ceremony will begin at 2:00 p.m.
Decathletes, their families and friends are encouraged to attend. the Web site once the cemetery board way and True Value. Once the card is are from: As You Like It/Hallmark, Value and Video Place.
Each decathlete will be presented with a certiﬁcate of participation from has agreed to participate in the proj- ﬁlled, it can be dropped at any of the Frederick Furniture, Garden Gate For more information about the
the Iowa Academic Decathlon (IAD) board of directors. Ribbons and medals ect. It is hoped that all 40 cemetery participating business into the terra Florist & Gifts, Green Belt Bank & “Spring Spruce Up” promotion or
from the regional competition will also be awarded at that time. boards will eventually participate cotta pots. A winner will be drawn Trust, Norby’s Farm Fleet, Phelps details on Spring Open Houses,
The state Academic Decathlon team will be introduced. The results of and have their burial information on Tuesday, March 15 for the grand Implement, Pizza Hut, Precision please contact the Grundy Center
their participation at the state contest on March 4 and 5 will be presented. the website. prize package. Lawn Care, Shabby Shack, Shear Chamber of Commerce at 319-825-
Students on the state team will receive any awards that they earned. Burial information on the Web Prizes included in the package Image, Stylish Living, Subway, True 3838.
In addition to the presentation of awards, several decathletes will give site is the ﬁrst phase of this project.
speeches that earned them special recognition: Raymi Ackerman, Aubrey This ﬁrst phase was funded by a
Clark, Jacob Harberts and Gerrit Nibbelink will be among the presenters.
At the end of the ceremony there will be photo-ops for anyone who wants
grant from the Grundy County Com-
munity Foundation and gifts from the
Meyers receives Central volleyball awards 2Coats to host
to get pictures of decathletes and their awards. We hope to see many of you PELLA—A local athlete has
family of Harold & Wilma Engelkes
by Carol & Daniel Brobst and A. been cited for her contributions to Community
the Central College volleyball team.
Maxine Engelkes, Cloris Zern, and
Grundy Center Cemetery Associa- Junior Kiley Meyers (Grundy Night of Prayer
Grundy Family YMCA Notes tion. Grundy County is very grateful
for these monetary gifts and for Rick
Center) received her third varsity
letter. The middle hitter was an All-
GRUNDY CENTER —
Winter Session II classes begin March March 7 - April 16 - Sign up for 2Coats will host a Community
Gersema’s in-kind gift that made the Iowa Conference honorable mention
classes today. selection. Meyers earned league aca- Night of Prayer Saturday, March
ﬁrst phase of the project possible.
New Programming for Win-
The second phase of the project is demic honors for the second straight 5 at 6 p.m. at the Farm Bureau In-
ter Session II: Youth: Active Kids year with a 3.710 grade point aver- surance Building.
to digitally map the cemeteries. This
- Tuesday/Thursday 5:15 p.m. - 6:30 age in a business management ma- The event will feature food,
will show the location of the grave
p.m. for children age 3 (potty trained) jor. She also earned all-tournament
within the cemetery map when a fellowship, cookies and spiritual
- 5th-grade held at the Upper Elemen- honors at the Salisbury (Md.) Univ.
name is searched. Funds will be healing.
tary Gym. Adults: Zumba - Monday/ Tournament.
needed to complete this work. Any-
Wednesday - 6 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. at the
one interested in making a donation Meyers competed in all 33 match- Dinner starts at 5:45 p.m.
Upper Elementary Hardwood Floor es, posting 241 kills with a steamy
toward this project should contact
Studio .307 hitting percentage. She had
the Grundy County Auditor’s Ofﬁce
3 on 3 Basketball Tournament 123 blocks, 95 digs, 15 ace serves
— Saturday March 12 at 8 a.m.
• Deadline to register: Friday, March 4.
Cemetery information on the and three assists. She recorded one
double-double with 11 kills and 11 Advertising
county’s Web site is a great asset for
• Held at the Grundy Center High School; games are 15 minutes or ﬁrst
team to 12 points.
anyone doing genealogy work. With blocks against Wis.-Oshkosh Oct.
22. Meyers was given the team’s
Kiley Meyers deadline is:
the information on the Web site, re-
• Male and Female Divisions - Grades 5-6, 7-8, 9-12; Ages: 19-39, 40-
search can be done from anywhere Most Improved Player Award in led the Dutch to a 20-13 record with 10 a.m. Monday!
with internet access. If you would 2009. a 5-3 league mark. Clayberg awarded
Parent’s Night Out will be held Saturday, March 12. The event it open to
like more information about this Awards were announced at the 17 varsity letters and will return 13 (319) 824-6958
children in kindergarten through ﬁfth-grade and will include games, crafts, squad’s recent awards banquet by letterwinners for the 2011 season.
project, please contact the Grundy
dinner and a movie. Central coach Kent Clayberg, who
County Auditor’s Ofﬁce.
Grundy NEWS Register Thursday, March 3, 2011 3
Obituaries Heart rate monitors can be key Set healthy lifestyle goals to
Gladys V. Meyer part of tracking physical activity improve cardiovascular health
Gladys V. Meyer, 83, of Cedar Falls died February 22, 2011, at the West-
ern Home Communities Elizabeth E. Martin Health Center. Funeral ser- By JAMIE MAXWELL
vices were February 25 at First United Method- Percentage of Grundy Center Polar Scholar
ist Church, Cedar Falls, with burial in Pleasant Maximum Heart Rate Zone Classiﬁcation Exercise Zone We are about two months into the New Year, how are you doing with
Valley Cemetery in Fern. Memorials may be your New Year’s resolutions? How many times have you set a New Year’s
directed to American Diabetes or Alzheimer’s 50-60% Healthy Heart Zone Warm-Up resolution to lose weight, follow a better diet, join an exercise program or
Associations. Condolences may be left at www. 60-70% Fitness Zone Fat Burning ﬁtness center, etc.? The answer for many of us is: often, if not every year.
richardsonfuneralservice.com. 70-80% Aerobic Zone Endurance Training The question is: how often do you actually follow though with your goals
She was born August 17, 1927, in Parkers- 80-90% Anaerobic Zone Performance Training and see results? It is sad to say but many of us will lose motivation if we
burg, the daughter of Harm and Pearl (Groen) Van 90-100% Red Line Maximum Training do not set goals for the right reason(s).
Hauen. She married George H. Meyer on August
One reason, in particular, to set healthy lifestyle goals for your New
16, 1946, in Fern. He died October 5, 2006.
By BLAIRE BALDWIN Year’s resolution is to improve your level of cardiovascular health. Why
She farmed with her husband until 1963,
worked at Sartori Memorial Hospital and the Polar Scholar cardiovascular health you might ask? Well, it is the month of February,
Western Home Communities, and provided in What is a Heart Rate Monitor? which is designated as American Heart Month. Various associations and
home daycare for many years. She was a member of First United Methodist A heart rate monitor is a personal device designed to monitor and researchers in conjunction with the Centers for Disease Control and Pre-
Church. track an individual’s heart rate activity in real time. Individual devices vention (CDC) tell us that heart disease is not only a contributor to many
Survivors include a son, George H. (Nancy) Meyer Jr. of Appolo Beach, include a wrist unit (watch) and an accompanying chest strap (transmit- of the disabilities that we face, but also the leading cause of death in the
Fla.; two daughters, Joyce (Frank) Hendershot of Jacksonville, Fla., and Judy ter). This data can then be downloaded onto a computer and analyzed United States. The most common heart disease in the United States is
(Michael) Ravn of Cedar Falls; nine grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; post-exercise. coronary heart disease, which often appears in the form of a heart attack
and one great-great-grandchild. Most commercial cardio equipment (ellipticals, treadmills, bikes, (CDC, 2010). With the start of a new year and new resolutions, what
She was preceded in death by three brothers, Henry G., Jake and Herman etc.) is designed with a built-in heart rate monitor. Heart rate is taken steps will you take to improve your cardiovascular health?
Van Hauen; and two sisters, Jennie Syhlman and Tillie Pruin. by simply placing your hands on a metal sensor. Your heart rate is then A healthy diet and lifestyle are two of the best ways to combat heart
projected on the screen. disease. First you can start by adopting a heart-healthy diet similar to the
Marlyn James Eilers What is my heart rate? What is my target heart rate zone? • Choose lean meats and poultry without skin and prepare them with-
Marlyn James Eilers, 80, of Grundy Center passed away February 22, According to the American Medical Association, your maximum out added saturated and trans-fat.
2011, at the University of Iowa Hospital in Iowa City. Funeral service and heart rate is approximately 220 minus your age. • Select fat-free, 1 percent fat, and low-fat dairy products.
burial will be held privately by the family. To Example for a 30-year-old — 220-30 = 190 – maximum heart rate • Cut back on foods containing partially hydrogenated vegetable oils
leave a message of condolence for the family 60-90% Target Heart Rate Zone in order to reduce trans-fat in your diet.
please visit www.abelsfuneralhomes.com. 60% - 190 x .6 = 114 • Cut back on foods high in dietary cholesterol. Aim to eat less than
Marlyn was born February 12, 1931, in the 90% - 190 x .9 = 171 300 mg of cholesterol each day.
Eldora Hospital. He was the son of Joe and Pearl In this example, this individual’s 60-90% Target Heart Rate Zone is • Cut back on beverages and foods with added sugars.
(Ruter) Eilers. In 1952 he was united in marriage 114-171 beats per minute. • Choose and prepare foods with little or no salt; aiming to eat less
to Ruth Weseman in the Bethany Presbyterian than 2,300 mg of sodium per day
Church. Marlyn and Ruth farmed in Black Hawk And last but not least, keep an eye on your portion sizes!
What are the beneﬁts of using a Heart Rate Monitor?
and Hardin counties. Marlyn also was employed
Heart rate monitors are beneﬁcial for anyone and everyone. Heart
as a road patrolman for Grundy County for over Refer to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention for other heart-
20 years. He truly loved to spend time with his rate monitors can assist in weight management, muscle toning, building
aerobic endurance, strengthening the heart, and relieving stress. With healthy exercise ideas, recipes, and much more at their website: http://
friends and family. www.cdc.gov/. If you are looking for ways to improve your cardiovas-
He is survived by his children, Kathleen Eilers of Grundy Center, Mari- the use of a heart rate monitor, you are able to ﬁnd the appropriate in-
tensity of exercise in order to achieve and maintain health and ﬁtness cular health through physical activity, consider the YMCA’s new Session
lyn (Dave) Phillis of Waterloo and Ron Eilers of Grundy Center; grandsons, II winter ﬁtness classes. The YMCA’s Adult (heart-healthy) classes in-
Jeremy (Jessica) Eilers and Cory Phillis; a great-grandson, Drew Eilers; sis- goals.
It is extremely important to train in your target heart rate zone. When clude: 2 Indoor cycling classes (morning and evening), Pilates, Extreme
ters, Gladys Bowers of Dike, Genevieve Venenga of Grundy Center, Adele
your heart rate gets too high, you are working your heart too hard. Fitness, Zumba, Kickboxing, Water Aerobics and Senior Life. Workout
Pruin of Holland and Joyce (Norman) VanDeest of Grundy Center; brothers,
Physical activity can then become counter productive. If your heart rate plans, personal training and ﬁtness testing are also available by appoint-
Wayne (Judy) of Holland and Kenny (Linda) of Eldora; several nieces and
nephews. remains too low, you are not gaining substantial health and/or ﬁtness ment. The classes and ﬁtness center that the YMCA has to offer will help
Marlyn was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Ruth; sister, June beneﬁts. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recom- you get on the right track with your New Year’s resolutions and heart
Rhoads and infant brother, Claus; brothers-in-law, Howard Bowers, Elgin mends exercise at moderate intensity (50-70% of maximum heart rate) healthy goals! Call the YMCA at (319) 825-6210 with questions.
Venenga, Bert Pruin and Dusty Rhoads. for at least 30 minutes, ﬁve days a week for adults and 60 minutes, 7
days a week for children. Jamie Maxwell is one of the 2010-2011 Polar Scholars teaching High
Five good reasons to implement the use of a heart rate monitor: school Physical Education at Grundy Center High School. Jamie grad-
uated from Buena Vista University last year before coming to Grundy
Dale Callaway • Improve Your Health
Center to obtain her Masters Degree in Physical Education from UNI.
Dale Leroy Callaway, 94, of Conrad passed away February 12, 2011, at • Lose Weight
• Maximize Limited Exercise Time She has been working in a variety of areas at the YMCA as part of her
Grundy County Memorial Hospital in Grundy Center while under the care internship including: Fitness Center Supervision, After School Care, In-
of Hospital staff and Iowa Hospice. Funeral ser- • Exercise Safely
• Increase Self-Accountability structing the Senior Life ﬁtness class and After School Club for middle
vices February 15 at the Alice Church of God in school students.
rural Conrad. Interment was at Alice Cemetery
It’s a STEAL!
with Military Honors by Conrad American Le- Blaire Baldwin is one of the 2010-2011 Polar Scholars teaching el-
gion Post 681. Online condolences may be sent ementary physical education at the Grundy Center Elementary School.
to www.vogelfuneralhomes.com. She graduated from the University of Northern Iowa and came to Grundy
Dale was born on his family farm in Melrose Center to obtain her Masters Degree in Physical Education from UNI.
Township on June 24, 1916, to John and Jessie As part of her YMCA internship, Blaire has been working in a variety of advertising is only
(Musgrave) Callaway. Dale attended Melrose
No. 8 country school. Dale was united in mar-
areas including: Instructing the Senior Life ﬁtness class, Supervising the
Fitness Center and Supervising kids at After School Childcare.
$6.60 an inch in
riage to Dorothy Ann Fink on June 5, 1948, at the The Grundy Register
Alice Church of God. He was a lifelong mem- (319) 824-6958
ber of the Alice Church where he served on the
church board. He served in United States Army during WWII with the Fifth Parkersburg Family Dental
Army, 755 Tank Battalion throughout Italy and North Africa. Dale was a
farmer who enjoyed machinery and watching his crops grow. Dale volun- Lori Mason, D.D.S.
teered accordion music at many nursing homes and other events. In the win- 1306 Hwy. 57, Suite E, Parkersburg
ter Dale enjoyed snowmobiling in the area and at Yellowstone. Summer days
included riding his Harley and boating the Mississippi River and in Canada. 319-346-1092
Fall days found Dale pheasant hunting and target shooting with his nephews. Monday Through Wednesday 8 - 5
Dale loved life and enjoyed his many friends. Thursday Noon - 7
Dale will be missed by his wife, Dorothy; two sisters-in-law; Lola Calla-
way, Donna (Bill) Mincks; nephew, Bob (Nancy) Callaway; niece, Judy Cal- Accepting New Patients
laway; great-nieces and nephews, Cathy and Carey Callaway, Chris (Alyssa)
Callaway, Kendra Kleespie, Susan Pitcher, Jane (Brian) Turner; and great-
great-nephew, Lewis Callaway.
He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Glen; and a nephew,
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Memory Lane From The
A look back through
The Grundy Register
Compiled by Joyce Wardall
10 Years Ago This Week - 2001
• The Grundy County ASCS
held an open house Tuesday to
show patrons around the new
ofﬁces located behind Pamida in
the Bordan Industrial Park. Call it the winter blues, doldrums
• Round two of the IHSAA boys ... whatever. It doesn’t matter what
basketball playoffs saw AGWSR you call it,
snuff out any hopes of Dike-New but I am abso-
Hartford returning to the state lutely ready to
tournament this season. get out of the
• Kevin Costner and Bruce house and out-
Greenwood star in Thirteen Days side.
at the Center Theatre.
• Ocean Perch Fillets = $2.89 a
pound. and March
25 Years Ago This Week - 1986
• Local gasoline prices this By JOHN felt like the
week dropped below the dollar a JENSEN two longest
gallon mark for the ﬁrst time in months of the
a decade. The cheapest gasoline year to me, simply because I’m tired
prices in Grundy County were of winter by this point. Snow isn’t
found at Dike, where regular was fun anymore — it’s a pain. Ice on the
being pumped for 89 cents and trees isn’t pretty, it’s a reminder that
unleaded for 93 cents a gallon. it’s still winter. And a warm-up like
• The Grundy Center Chamber we had a couple of weeks ago ... it’s
of Commerce will sponsor a almost like a tease.
‘Parade of Hats’ fun contest on This is the time of year when I like
Saturday. Ten dollar prizes will
Fight to Keep
to start thinking about what I want
be given in six categories.
• There were ten new vehicles
Letter to the editor to do when it warms up. While there
are a lot of work-related events that
registered in the county this I need to be at during the spring
INA president speaks against
week. and summer, there is also a decent
• The Spartan girls’ brief amount of free time.
but memorable post-season proposed public notice fee drop To me, this time of year is a great
tournament experience ended time to work on getting ready for
To the Editor:
Wednesday night with a 71-50
loss to the powerful Wellsburg
I’m the publisher of an Iowa daily newspaper. As is the case with most Rural telecoms those spring and summer activities.
Dad likes to garden, and by this time
American dailies, a corporation owns my newspaper and my corporate
Warriorettes in the sectional
owners do not live in my city. Consequently, they require a great deal of in a battle to help us of year he would be ordering seeds
accountability from me. I regularly send them the ﬁnancial and opera- and getting ready to start them in-
• The Wellsburg Wariorettes
tional information they require so they can see how every penny is spent Rural America needs great internet broadband service as much as ur- side. He was pretty good at timing
propelled to a 70-63 victory over
and so they are aware of every decision I have made. ban America, but there is a threat to the future growth of broadband in things just right so that we would
South Hamilton Saturday night
I welcome this accountability. In fact, I routinely tell my bosses more farm and ﬂyover country. have the earliest tomatoes around.
in the ﬁrst round of the girls’ than they require me to disclose. It’s in my best interests to do so. I have One proposal would take the mechanism used to fund a lot of the rural For me it’s a time to sharpen my
regional basketball tournament. nothing to hide. I ﬁgure the more information my bosses have about my broadband expansion over the past decade – the Universal Service Fund photography skills and ﬁnd a few
• Ocean Perch Fillets = $1.89 operation, the more they will trust that I am managing it properly. (USF) – and allow the money to be used in non-rural areas to fund greater new places to take pictures. The last
a pound. Local governments are similar to my newspaper in that their “owners” broadband expansion. The end result would be a greater service to urban two years I didn’t have much of a
50 Years Ago This Week - 1961 are not present on a daily basis to observe the decisions that are made and areas – and there is no guarantee that any of Iowa would be considered
• The task of cleaning up after a chance to do that because I was new
how every dime of their taxpayer dollars is spent. For that reason, every part of an urban area.
monumental ice storm continued to the areas I worked in, and a lot
state in the country requires local governments to disclose the details “There is a lot of misinformation out there right now about USF re-
this week — under near ideal more focused on learning my new
of all ﬁnancial transactions, budgets and decisions made affecting the form and the National Broadband Plan,” said Joe Hrdlicka, Iowa’s Inde-
weather conditions. Town and “owners”. Public notices are an inexpensive, effective transparency tool jobs than I was relaxing.
pendent Telephone Companies Coalition committee member and director
country residents alike have been to hold local governments accountable to their “owners”. That looks to change this sum-
of government relations for Iowa Telecommunications Association. “The
busy with saws, cutting down I currently serve as president of the Iowa Newspaper Association. For mer, the ﬁrst time in a three years
truth is that recent and proposed laws, regulations and rulings threaten
broken limbs and fallen trees, years, I have also been a member of the INA’s Government Relations that I expect to be in the same place.
the ability of rural telecom networks to provide affordable and advanced
which have then been piled up to Committee. In each of those years, I’ve watched in puzzlement and dis- Almost everything I know about
broadband to rural Iowans. This issue caught the attention of the Iowa
burn as soon as it is dry enough. may as taxpayer-supported groups like the Iowa School Board Associa- photography is self-taught, mostly
House of Representatives two weeks ago as it unanimously passed HR 6
• Five elevators Monday tion, the League of Iowa Cities, the Iowa State Association of Counties through trial and error, and a little
purchased 77,000 bushels of directing the Iowa congressional delegation to work with the FCC to en-
and others introduce bill after bill to weaken this vital transparency tool. sure rural states are not left out of the process in developing the National through reading books. When I start-
surplus government corn stored in During the past few years, bills have been repeatedly introduced to ed I didn’t know ﬁlm speed from an
Grundy County at prices ranging Broadband Plan.”
move public notices from newspapers to local government websites. Iowa’s independent telephone companies have spent large sums to of- f-stop to an aperture. Eighteen years
from 96 cents to $1.01 a bushel. Lawmakers rejected this bad idea for several reasons. First, statewide fer up-to-date broadband service to their customers. But as requirements later there are still a lot of techniques
• Soybean prices climbed to readership research shows that over half of Iowans have never visited a
record highs for the season at grow for more web-enabled and cable-enabled devices, it will continue I am working to perfect.
local government website for any reason…much less to look for public to cost these types of companies more money to update their systems. Ideally I would like to ﬁnd a loca-
Grundy County elevators this notices. Second, many local governments have no website. Third, re-
week. Elevators are bidding $2.78 If the USF is allowed to be drained for use in more urban areas, then tion where I can see enough wildlife
search shows that public notices are read in newspapers as well as farm opportunities will fade in rural areas. It means that local economic de- to keep myself interested while also
to $2.80 a bushel.
or national sports news. Iowans say they want to see notices “pushed” to velopment groups will have a more difﬁcult time competing, because as getting some exercise. I wouldn’t
• There were ﬁve babies born at
them in their local newspaper rather than having to remember to go to highways, trains and airports were important in past decades, high-speed even mind traveling a little bit (but
the Grundy hospital this week.
multiple local government websites to “pull” up this information. Fourth, broadband service is important now.
• An all-time record high not more than 10-15 minutes from
statewide readership research and Google Analytics show that Iowans The Independent Telecommunication Companies Coalition issued
average of $363.87 per acre was home) to ﬁnd that place.
prefer to read notices in newspapers by a ratio of 70-1. Finally, and most these statements in response to the FCC’s meeting:
paid for the 5,638 acres of Grundy The biggest thing I’ve learned
importantly, turning this transparency tool over to local governments • We believe all Iowans should have access to affordable broadband at
County farm land sold last year. about photography is the KISS
would lead to a perceived if not a real conﬂict of interest. reasonable, comparable prices, regardless of where you live in the U.S.
• John Wayne, Stewart Granger principal — Keep It Simple Stupid.
Having failed the past few years, the local government organizations – a long-standing national policy since 1934.
and Ernie Kovacs star in North To These days, most cameras are de-
Alaska at the Center Theatre.
are now backing a bill designed to eliminate notices in newspapers over • Those who deployed ﬁrst generation broadband still need support for
time by ﬁnancially starving the newspaper that must bear the cost of signed to make a lot of the decisions
• More than 200 persons continued upgrades – it can’t be built and then ne-glected.
typesetting, printing and mailing the notices. House Study Bill 72 would for you, so let it. Most cameras fea-
attended the Cub Scouts’ annual • We support the reasonable and thoughtful USF reform that assists
require that all notices be published at a maximum $25 fee. Should it ture a mode dial with ﬁve or 10 dif-
Blue and Gold banquet at the our progress in deploying a strong network across Iowa and providing
Junior High School gym this pass, I can easily see a scenario where many newspapers would simply advanced telecommunications such as broadband. ferent choices, one of which is most
week. refuse to publish them at such a deep ﬁnancial loss. Then the notices • Fundamental to a strong telecommunications infrastructure (includ- likely portrait, another action and a
• Fresh Creamery Butter = 57¢ would either go away or be brieﬂy posted on local government websites ing wireless) is a strong and robust wireline network that depends upon third is probably the general mode, or
a pound. where few people would see them. Could it be that this is the real point USF for rural, high cost areas. what I like to call “idiot” mode. Ex-
of this legislation? Sustaining broadband service is fundamental to bringing economic cept when I’m shooting sports, I use
75 Years Ago This Week - 1936 Local government lobbyists will tell you this bill would save local
• A 160 acre farm in Colfax development, educational opportunities, advanced health care and qual- idiot mode as much as anything on
governments money. What they won’t tell you is that the state sets the ity of life in rural Iowa. the camera, simply because it makes
Township has been sold for $100
rate for publishing public notices and the same rate applies to all news- Iowa’s independent telephone companies are ﬁghting for the likes of all the decisions for me ... I like that.
papers. In the case of my newspaper, the rate for public notices is dis- us in rural areas. All of us need to support that effort in order to keep our The portrait and action modes do the
• The coal situation over the
counted 78 percent from our newspaper’s average rate. But we publish communities viable for economic and social development into the future. same thing, though they emphasize
county has been much relieved
the notices because we know people read them and because we couldn’t Let your representatives, senators, and congressional delegation know.
during the past week. The mild settings to make the different types
possibly afford to cover all the city council, school board and county
weather helped much and trains of pictures a little more crisp.
supervisors meetings in as much detail as these notices provide.
have been moving coal rapidly. I’ll also use this time of year to
The light and power plant at While it’s true the bill would result in a cost savings for local govern-
ments, the savings would be a very tiny fraction of one percent of their look over the baseball schedules of
Grundy Center has coal enough my favorite teams. My friends and I
Deadline for advertising in
on hand now for probably a budgets. Using ﬁgures from the League of Iowa Cities, for example, the
average savings of six cities the League used in an illustration to lawmak- usually go to a game in Milwaukee
month. and several in Cedar Rapids. That’s
ers would amount to under four one-thousandths of one percent.
The Grundy Register is
• A “baby combine” will be in addition to the local high school
one of the interesting pieces of In other words, these local government organizations are asking law-
makers to trade an inexpensive and well-read transparency tool to save games I’ll attend. The last two years
farm machinery to be featured
10 a.m. Monday!
what amounts to less than a rounding error in their members’ budgets. we’ve added Des Moines to our itin-
at a special showing of Allis
Chalmers machinery next This is a bad idea that would lead to a distrust of local governments and erary, though I found the other two
Call (319) 824-6958.
Tuesday. This type of combine is should be quickly discarded. places a little more fun and won’t
designed to replace binders and be disappointed not to return to Des
threshing machines. Ron Peterson, Publisher Moines this year. I’ve never been to
Sioux City Journal
• Wieners = 15¢ per pound. See CHEAP SEATS Page 6
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Grundy SOCIAL EVENTS Register Thursday, March 3, 2011 5
CENTER THEATRE’S Reel-to-Reel CALENDAR OF EVENTS
We would like to thank everyone for At the Center Theatre on Friday, love store unfolds in Just Go With GRUNDY COMMUNITY
prayers, cards, memorials and kind- March 4 at 7 p.m. will be the roman- It.
ness shown us during our Grand- tic comedy Just Go With It, starring Justin Bieber: Never Say Never CENTER
son Jared’s death. We would like to Jennifer Aniston, Adam Sandler & 3D is the inspiring true story and
thank the people who made the trip
Nicole Kidman. This movie is rat- rare inside look at the rise of Justin Thursday • Grundy Comm. Center – Walking, 7 a.m. - Noon, Wilts
to Des Moines for the visitation and
the funeral. It is comforting to know ed PG-13 for language and sexual Bieber from street performer in the March 3 Room
we live in a community that cares. content, running approximately 110 small town of Stratford, Ontario, to Congregate Meals, Noon, Legion Room
Words cannot express our gratitude minutes in length. At 7:30 will be internet phenomenon to global su- IA Utilities - 2 p.m., Wilts Room
and comfort we felt. Ken and Mar- the documentary/concert Justin per star culminating with a dream
lene Havel Bieber: Never Say Never 3D, star- sold out show at the famed Madison Friday • Grundy Comm. Center – Walking, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m., Wilts
ring Justin Bieber, Usher, Miley Square Garden in 3-D. The ﬁlm in- March 4 Room
Cyrus and Boys II Men. This movie cludes Justin’s stage performances Exercise Class, 9 a.m., Legion Room
is rated G, running approximately with numerous other artists such as Congregate Meals, Noon, Legion Room
I would like to thank all of my fam- 105 minutes in length. THERE Usher, Miley Cyurs. Boys II Men
ily and friends and a special thanks to WILL BE 2:00 MATINEES OF and Sean Kingston. Now being Saturday • Grundy Comm. Center – Home-Based Business Open
Pastor Larry Doughan for your being BOTH SHOWS ON SATURDAY, able to show digital releases, Jus- March 5 Houses, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Wilts Room
there for my recent surgery. It was Wedding MARCH 5. tin Bieber: Never Say Never is the
all very much appreciated. Minetta In the new romantic comedy Center Theatre’s ﬁrst presentation Sunday • Grundy Comm. Center – Orchard Hill, 9:45 a.m., Legion
Tjepkes announcement Just Go With It, a plastic surgeon, of a 3D concert event. March 6 Room
Rosanna Bower, daughter of romancing, a much younger school- For the most up-to-date movie
Mark and Linda Bower of Grundy teacher, enlists his loyal assistant to information, please check out our Monday • Grundy Comm. Center – Walking, 7 a.m., 4 p.m., Wilts
Center, was married to Isaiah Peter- pretend to be his soon to be ex-wife, new website at www.grundycenter March 7 Room
Thank you family and friends for the son of Minnesota on December 11, in order to cover up a careless lie. theatre.com. If you are interested Exercise Class- 9 a.m., Legion Room
visits, cards, calls, gifts while I was a 2010. The wedding ceremony was When more lies backﬁre, the assis- in gift certiﬁcates to the Center Congregate Meals, Noon, Legion Room
patient at the Grundy hospital. Spe- held at First Baptist Church during tant’s kids become involved, and Theatre, they may be purchased at
cial thanks to pastor Mike Campbell the ﬁrst major snowstorm of the everyone heads off for a weekend Grundy National Bank locations Tuesday • Grundy Comm. Center – No Walking
and church members for the prayers season. The couple is now living in in Hawaii that will change all their during the day or at the Center The- Children’s Financial Workshop, Wilts Room
and visits. I really appreciate your Ankeny where Isaiah is a student lives. Comedy abounds as the crazy atre during evening business hours. Congregate Meals, Noon, Legion Room
thoughtfulness. Virtus Ramundt at Faith Baptist Theological Semi- Wednesday • Grundy Comm. Center – Farm Bureau Health Fair,
nary. Isaiah will graduate with his March 9 7 a.m., Wilts Room
Master’s degree in May, with an em- Exercise Class- 9 a.m., Legion Room
phasis on Biblical languages. After Congregate Meals, Noon, Legion Room
graduation, Rosanna and Isaiah feel Walking, Noon - 4 p.m., Wilts Room
God leading them overseas to serve LIFT, 6 p.m., Wilts Room
as missionaries, translating the Bible
into other languages. Thursday • Grundy Comm. Center – Walking, 7 a.m. - Noon, Wilts
March 10 Room
Congregate Meals, Noon, Legion Room
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Lamplighters Bible Study will be
Join together to celebrate
held on Thursday, March 3 at 7 p.m.
at OakView, Conrad. Read Across America
Middle school and high school By MRS. RICKERT year!
Now in its fourteenth year, the Na- The students of Grundy Center will
youth will meet at the Ivester Church
tional Education Association’s (NEA) be celebrating reading during Read
at 6:30 p.m. on March 6.
Vows exchanged Lent
Read Across America has become
the largest celebration of reading. It
Across America Week (February 27
through March 6) with many activi-
Kristine Myers and Lane Van Der An Ash Wednesday Service will focuses the country’s attention on the ties. If you would like to support read-
Molen were married November 6, be held at 6:45 p.m. on March 9 at importance of motivating and helping ing in our community please contact
2010 at 4:30 p.m. at the Wakonda the Ivester Church. children read and master crucial skills. your child’s teacher or a member of
Christian Church in Des Moines. Launched in 1997, this nationwide the Grundy Center staff to see how
The Reverend Tom Webster and The reading celebration takes place each you can help.
Reverend Keith Dean Myers ofﬁci- year on March 2, the birthday of au-
ated the ceremony. thor Dr. Seuss.
The bride is the daughter of Allan
Palermo Clovers The NEA needs your help to send A Note About Weddings
The February meeting of the Pal- a crystal clear message to America’s
and Debra Myers of Grundy Center.
The groom is the son of Susan Van ermo Clovers was held on February Dan Wardell visits Grundy children that reading is important…
and fun! Research tells us that the
Weddings are times of cele-
bration for family and friends.
Der Molen and the late Richard Van 19 at Titan Machinery. Four guests The Grundy Register wants to
Der Molen of Keokuk,.
Matron of Honor was Melishia
and ﬁfteen members answered the
roll call of “my favorite Valentine
Center Elementary School more children read, the better they
read, and the more children read out- share this special event with
our readers, but we need your
side the classroom, the better they do
Haar. Bridesmaids were NicoleWat- was...” Kristin Neher called the in school. help.
meeting to order. Gabby Patrick led By DEB HOOP Tuesday, students went to the
son, Christy Schwartz, Mary Wille, In cities and towns across the na- Wedding information and
the pledge to the American Flag and The Elementary IMC was hon- IMC to learn and listen as Mr. tion, teachers, teenagers, librarians,
Virginia and Lisa Lewis. a photograph should be
Jayden Sawyer led the 4-H pledge. ored to have Dan Wardell, of Iowa Wardell shared a story. He stressed politicians, actors, athletes, parents,
Best Man was Jesse Uitermarkt. submitted for publication
During the business meeting, Public Television, as a guest read- the importance of turning off the grandparents, and others will be bring-
Groomsmen were Nate Van Haaften, within eight weeks of the
the group made plans for the Om- er on Tuesday, February 22. Dan television, going outside to play, us- ing exciting reading activities to chil-
Wade Van Weelden, Josh Hanrahan, ceremony. We can use a color
elet Breakfast and donating paper Wardell is producer and host of the ing their imaginations, and the im- dren of all ages. You need to get in-
and Brian Myers. proof photograph, as it will
products. The activity was choos- IPTV Kids Clubhouse at Iowa Public portance of reading good books. He volved too! To get more information not be damaged in any way.
The bride is currently employed about this giant celebration go to the
ing blanket material and pinning the Television. His adventures take him kept everyone, teachers included, News submitted later than
at ING Life Insurance and Annuity NEA’s Read Across America Web site,
material. The hostesses were Gabby to schools and libraries across the actively involved during his pre- eight weeks will be reduced to
Company in Des Moines and the www.new.org/readacross. It is ﬁlled
Patrick and Jayden Sawyer. state, teaching kids to turn off their sentations. It was also a great way a photo and cutline format.
groom at Ring-O-Matic in Pella, with fun activities and resources to
Next month’s meeting will be on TVs, go outside and play, use their to prepare the elementary for Read Thank you for your cooperation.
Iowa. The couple is residing in Des keep your child reading 365 days a
Saturday, March 26 at 9 a.m. Laura imaginations, and most importantly, Across America Week, which began
and Kristin Neher will be hostesses to read a good book. Wardell’s Read- Sunday, Feb. 27 and will continue
and presentations will be given by ing Road Trip is an exclusive 60-stop through Saturday, March 5. AEBLESKIVER SUPPER
Abby Taylor. library tour each summer, and he has Mr. Wardell is scheduled to re-
performed for over 50,000 kids and turn to Grundy Center on Wednes- Sunday, March 6, 2011 ~ 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Reporter: Abby Taylor
Legion Auxiliary grownups during the past four years. day, July 6, at the Kling Memorial Fredsville Lutheran Church
32756 150th Street, Rural Cedar Falls
All of his travels, in addition to his Library. He will be reading to both
meeting “Healthy Minutes” and IPTV Kids 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. story times on that
Adults - $6.00; Kids 3 to 10 - $3.00;
The Legion Auxiliary Post No. Clubhouse segments can be found day. Watch for more information
349 met February 28 at 2 p.m. in the
Local student to here: www.iptv.org/dantastic. about his return to Grundy Center. Kids 2 & under - Free
Legion Room of the Grundy Com- participate in SSP
Guys Prom 2011 Tux
Meal includes all-you-can-eat aebleskivers (Danish pancakes),
munity Center. President called the sausage, applesauce, dessert and beverage.
meeting to order. Prayer was given Local student David Ackerman of
and the group gave the Pledge of Al- Grundy Center is among the approxi- Sponsored by Fredsville Lutheran Church Senior High & Junior High Youth Groups & Their Families
legiance to the Flag, stood in silence mately 170 students from Northwest-
for the war dead, pledge to Constitu- ern College in Orange City who will Wednesday, March 9 ~ 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
tion. travel across the U.S. and around the Wednesday, March 16 ~ 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Secretary’s report was read and world for the college’s annual Spring
approved. Treasurer’s report was Service Projects (SSP) March 5-14. * Free pocket square with each rental during the open house!
given and ﬁled for audit. Old busi- David will be participating in short- * Complete tux rental always starts at $99!
ness included a report on quilt to be term mission work in Mendenhall, ( Coat, pants, shirt, tie & shoes!)
auctioned off to highest bidder. Iowa Miss. * Book your tux at least a month before your prom for best selection!
Veterans letter was read. Christmas
card was read. GNB letter explain- AP, AGWSR and Grundy Center students ~ ask The Flower Farm about
ing their new set up using Round free delivery and pick up at your school!
Bank. Chaplain gave prayer. In 1958 Iowa had 5,000
Next meeting will be March 28.
rural, one-room, public,
Flower Farm & Bridal Affair
16519 185th Street, Wellsburg, IA (1.5 miles east of Wellsburg on D25)
You’re Invited ... Spring Open House Now Playing At Your Center Theatre
Area Theatres 800-682-6345
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Grundy Community Center ~ 705 F Ave., Grundy Center
Starting March 4
Showcasing the 2011 Spring/Summer catalog products from: 7:00 Just Go With It
Gladbrook, IA ~ 888-473-3456
Starting Fri., March 4 7:30 Never Say Never
Just Go With it ($4.00 3D Admission)
319-824-6864 319-230-0846 515-689-4994 Rated PG-13 105 minutes
7:30 p.m. Fri. thru Wed. 2 p.m. Matinees of Both
Also featuring the HCG diet protocol from Kevin Turdeau’s book Saturday, March 5
1:30 p.m. Sunday
“The Weight Loss Cure They Don’t Want You to Know About”
Admission $2 Adults $3; Kids & Srs. $1
Join us for fun shopping and gift giving ideas! All 3D ADmission $4.00
6 Thursday, March 3, 2011
Grundy NEWS Register www.thegrundyregister.com
recessions of the 1980s; and popula- Iowans living in rural counties
CHEAP SEATS fore the game to make sure they got gles in the wild was fairly rare and
INSIDE tion growth between 1900-1910 was numbered 806,739 people in 2010,
from page 4 in, and when I arrived a little less extremely special. Though the birds
essentially ﬂat at -0.32 percent. but this is 3.5 percent lower than the
than a half hour before the game, are far more abundant than they once
Wrigley Field to see the Cubs play doors had already been locked, with were, it’s still amazing to see them,
GRUNDY Although population statewide rural population was in 2000. Over
has generally grown over the past the last 100 years, rural areas have
and would like to get to the new sta- signs telling fans they wouldn’t be particularly up close. And you’ll COUNTY century, this growth has mostly been experienced sizable declines, with
dium in Minneapolis one of these able to get in. That would be pretty never have a chance to be closer to occurring in metropolitan counties rural populations being 21.8 per-
By Bill Arndorfer
days, though I doubt either of those rotten if you travelled from Dike or them than on this live cam. (urban areas of more than 50,000 cent smaller than in 1950 and 24.6
will happen this year. New Hartford, let alone Shefﬁeld, Find the camera at www.ustream. Extension Educator
people), while rural counties (urban percent smaller than in 1910. Over
• • • nearly 90 minutes away, only to be tv/channel/decorah-eagles or go to areas under 10,000 people) have ex- the past century, (rural) population
I was a little disappointed Sat- turned away. your favorite browser and search for perienced declines. In 1910, nearly has declined in every decade, with
urday to see fans from both Dike- • • • Decorah eagles. The 2010 census data was recent- one-half (48.1%) of the state’s the worst losses occurring between
New Hartford and West Fork left I have written before about my ly released for Iowa. I found the re- population lived in rural counties, 1980 and1990 when population
sults to be interesting and think you while about one-third (32.0%) lived dropped by 9.9 percent, primarily
out in the cold ... literally ... because fascination with bald eagles. To me
will too. This information will be in metropolitan counties, and the the result of the farm crisis and two
the gymnasium at Cedar Falls High they are absolutely the most beauti- remaining one-ﬁfth (19.9%) in mi- brief recessions in the 1980s. Spe-
ISU Extension important as we plan for the future
School was not large enough to ac- ful thing in the world. Every once of our communities. The following cropolitan counties (urban areas of ciﬁcally, Butler County saw a loss
commodate everyone who hoped to in awhile I’ll see one on the way to offers Certiﬁed information is taken from the re- 10,000 – 50,000 people). By 2010 of 2.86% since the 2000 census and
see the teams play for a berth in the work, and I know it will be a good search brief, Iowa Population Over this balance had tilted, with now Grundy County saw a slight increase
state tournament. day. Handlers Program 100 Years: A First Look at the 2010 only one-quarter (26.5%) of the of 0.68%.
The Iowa High School Athletic A friend from Oelwein, knowing March 9 Census, written by David J. Peters, population living in rural counties In terms of percent change over
Association makes every attempt how much I enjoy them, sent me a Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sociol- and over one-half (56.5%) living in the last decade, growing counties
Grundy County will offer the Certi-
to put postseason games in facili- link awhile back to an online camera ﬁed Handlers Continuing Instructional ogy, College of Agriculture and Life metropolitan counties, while mir- tended to be located in the state’s
ties that can ﬁt everyone from both at an eagle’s nest located near Deco- Course (CIC) Wednesday, March 9, Sciences. copolitan populations remained un- metropolitan areas or in areas ad-
teams who wish to see the game. rah. My ﬁrst several visits to the sight 2011. The program will be shown Iowa’s population in 2010 stood changed (17.0%). jacent to them. Conversely, popu-
across Iowa through the Iowa State at 3,046,355, which is a 4.1 percent The metropolitan population in lation declines since 2000, tended
This year it opted to use typically- saw just the nest, but a chance return
University Extension Pest Manage- increase from the 2000 population. Iowa stood at 1,721,714 and has to be located in rural areas of the
larger high schools in Class 3A and Sunday brought a treat — the couple ment and the Environment program grown by 10.1 percent since 2000. state, especially in the north-central,
Despite massive out-migration over
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Diane Paige, Correspondent
Phone: (319) 989-2163 Dike Register Thursday, March 3, 2011
Volume 87 – Number 9
D-NH Lunch Menu
WOLVERINE Thursday, March 3 — BBQ Pork
Sandwich, Potatoes, Vegetable, Sal-
ad Bar, Milk
PRESS Friday, March 4 — Pizza, Des-
sert, Salad Bar, PB Sandwich, Milk
Monday, March 7 — Cooks Cho-
Senior Sketch 2011 ic, Salad Bar, PB Sandwich, Milk
What is your full name? Kelsey Ann Soska Tuesday, March 8 — Breakfast
What is your nickname? Where did it come For Lunch, Juice, Salad Bar, PB
from? Kels- from my awesome friends! Sandwich, Milk
What are the names of your immediate family Wednesday, March 9 —Maca-
members? Parents: Tom and Lori Soska. Siblings: roni and Cheese, Ham or Cheese
Katelyn Soska Sandwich, Vegetable
What hobbies do you have? My hobbies include: Thursday, March 10 — Taco
shopping, listening to music, watching movies, go-
ing out to eat with friends, helping others out, go-
Salad, Refried Beans, Spanish Rice,
ing to UNI football games, going to bonﬁres, going Salad Bar, PB Sandwich, Milk
to BASIC and Big House, being in small group, Ashtyn Dove (Left) and Mandy
hanging out with my UNI friends in their dorm Miller (Right) at Winter Formal,
room, spending time with family, going to church, attending camp WIYLDE, Photo by Ashtyn Dove
attending LYO board meetings, doing teacher cadet, and so much more. In the above photo are from left to right: Jack Mommer, Post No. 471 com-
What activities are you involved in? SADD, Wolverine Pals, Speech, Teach- Kapucian mander, Colin McLean, Dan Nielsen and H. R. Thuesen, Post No. 471 Boy’s
er Cadet, NICL Band, and Drama
What is your best high school memory? Being part of the backstage crew
Winter Formal Korner State chairman.
during my freshman year for the school play and being involved in Speech! By: COLLIN MCLEAN
What are your plans for the future? I plan to attend UNI for 4 years to be- This year Dike-New Hartford By
Sen. Tim Kapucian
2011 Boys’ State presentation
come a Special Ed Teacher, get married to the guy of my dreams, and have a High School did a dress-up week
large family. leading up to the Winter Formal The 2011 Boys’ State presen- to attend Boys’ State where they
What words do you want to leave behind for future graduates of D-NH? dance on January 14. The dress-up tation was held at the Dike-New learn about and participate in state,
“Always be who you truly are on the inside because in the end it’s all that days where pajama, tropical, Dis- Hartford high school auditorium. county, city and state patrol func-
Greetings from under the golden Presenters were Colin McLean and tions.
matters.” ney character, class color, and ugly dome! Dan Nielsen who were the 2010 Dike American Legion Post No.
sweater day. The student council While we continue to lack for
came up with these days to get stu- American Legion Boy’s State repre- 471 hosts a third district orientation
much ﬂoor debate in the senate, we sentatives sent by American Legion whereby the boys and their parents
Senior Sketch 2011 dents more interested in winter for-
are rapidly approaching “the funnel.” Post of Dike and New Hartford. are informed of what to expect
What is your full name? Austin Richard Moore Next week is funnel week. That is
According to student council Each year in June more than 400 through a DVD and question and
What is your nickname? Where did it come when we have agreed, through rules’
member Kyle Camarata “the dress- high school students from through- answer session. This year’s orien-
from? Spanky--ﬁrst babysitter that all bills other than appropria-
up days were a good idea, but it was out Iowa who have completed the tation will be in the Dike Commu-
What are the names of your immediate family tions must come out of committee to
not enough to get a lot of people to 11th grade are chosen by their nity Legion hall Sunday, April 10 at
members? Parents: Bret Moore and Renae Moore. be eligible for debate this session.
participate.” Kyle said, “The dress- sponsoring American Legion posts 3:30 p.m.
Siblings: Justin Moore, Staci Moore When a legislator requests a bill
What hobbies do you have? ﬁshing, hanging out up days made more people involved to be drafted it goes to the Legisla-
in the van than the previous years, and they
What activities are you involved in? wrestling, even made winter formal more ex-
tive Service Bureau. They are non-
partisan employees of the state who
Dates for Dike Birthdays
Wolverine Pals citing than previous years.” Kyle, draw up the ofﬁcial language of the
What is your best high school memory? hanging Thursday, March 3 Thursday, March 3: Kyle Ander-
however, overall thinks the student bill and make it conform to the perti- sen, Kyler Dudden
in the van with friends
council did a good job on planning nent part of the Iowa Code. Cabaret Matinee performance
What are your plans for the future? Navy sofh/Jrcollege planning night Friday, March 4: Gavin Lage,
What words do you want to leave behind for future graduates of D-NH? the days. Then, if the language conveys the Mason Lage, Kesley Soska, Craig
Mandy Miller said, “The dress-up change in the law that the originator DFS
Buy low. Sell high. NH OddFellow DeBerg, Tammy Dickerson, Saman-
days were creative, but I didn’t like intended, it will be forwarded to the tha Biersner
them.” The only day she dressed-up appropriate committee chairman. Friday, March 4
Saturday, March 5: Gladys Bow-
for was the class color day because The chairman and ranking member Cabaret
ers, Jim Lupkes, Jessica Marx
will assign three committee mem- Saturday, March 5
Senior Sketch 2011 she did not want to dress-up for the
other days. Her favorite part of win- bers who will hold a subcommittee Cabaret
Sunday, March 6: Norma Adams,
What is your full name? Taylor Katheryn Hagen Carol Depping, Paul koch, Gary
ter formal was hanging out with her meeting where all parties involved Sunday, March 6
What is your nickname? Where did it come Thuesen
friends before and during the dance. will be allowed to voice their likes Local church services
from? Tay, Home Girl, Tater-tot Monday, March 7: Matt Buskohl,
She had fun along with many other and dislikes. If two out of the three Dike Open gym
What are the names of your immediate fam- Taylor Graves, Ruth Ann Gooden
students that attended the dance on committee members agree the bill NH Open gym
ily members? Parents: Brian and Shawna Hagen. Tuesday, March 8: Jeanna Stampe,
Siblings: Kayla Frost, Madyson Hagen, Mackinley January 14. warrants further debate, they will Monday, March 7
recommend passage and forward it Kathy Juel, Carli Amjadi
Hagen Kyle said, “There was a good va- Boys state Basketball Wednesday, March 9: Nancy
What hobbies do you have? Hanging with friends, riety of music played.” I asked Kyle to the full committee. The chair-
Individual speech parents night Woodley, Michael Camarata, Loren
swimming in the river, going to high school activi- if he liked the music because you man of the committee will assign the
DIke Legion /Aux Bakker, Judy Roberts, Lori Soska
ties often hear about dances where the bill for committee debate and if the
What activities are you involved in? Soccer, Bas- committee approves the bill it will Tuesday, March 8
attendees did not enjoy the songs. Boys state BB Tourn
ketball, Wolverine Pals Kyle said he thought there was a lot be forwarded to the majority leader.
What is your best high school memory? Road trips with my friends, hanging
of variety of the music, and that he He then can decide to either bring it PT Conference Advertising
with Miranda, and tubing in the river. to the ﬂoor or to do nothing with it. NH Rebekahs
What are your plans for the future? Go to college, get a good job, live it enjoyed the songs played. There was
If it makes it to the ﬂoor it will then Wednesday, March 9 deadline is:
up not too many fast songs played, so
What words do you want to leave behind for future graduates of D-NH? there where just enough slow songs be debated and if it passes a vote it ASH Wednesday 10 a.m. Monday!
that the students could dance to with will then be sent to the other cham- Boys state BB
“A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new” - Albert Ein-
stein each other. In my opinion I thought ber for debate. If it passes in the Dike City council (319) 824-6958
other chamber it will be sent to the Dike lions BD meeting
the music selected was a good choice
Governor where he can either sign it
for the dance.
into law or veto it. So as you can
Winter Formal was a success
Large Group Speech according to Mrs. Walter, student
see the bill, in essence, goes down
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By LISA RICHTSMEIER hanging out with the team. “I had lots students showed up, and student it lands on the Governor’s desk.
Every year D-NH has several of fun with my teammates and it was council made around two-hundred Small Engine, Auto and Truck Repair
There other ways to address new
students participate in Large Group
Speech, and this year was no differ-
just really easy to goof around and
dollars on dance and another forty
dollars from the concession stands.
legislation after funnel week, but
the process becomes much harder.
ent. Forty-two students went out for For Katie Lindsay, being the speech Mrs Walter said, “We will do Winter
speech this year! coach made her feel like a teenager So, we are busy with subcommittee Authorized Dealer
Formal like this again because the meetings trying to make the funnel for Ariens,
There were 10 different categories again. “I get to hang out and have fun students enjoyed it, and it gives the Grasshopper
for students to pick from. These includ- with the kids. Makes me feel like a kid deadline.
ed: Readers Theatre, Group Improv, again!”
students something to do after the
While this seems like a long and
tedious process, it is, but the bills
Calvin Voss, Owner
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Reading and Short Film. Each student D-NH Cabaret more we vet a bill the less the chance
could take part in up to two events.
Erin Daley, a senior, was involved
in Choral Reading and Readers The-
By TYLER CREW
“Cabaret is going to be bigger and
propane of poor legislation. Poor legislation
or unintended consequences happen
Konken Electric, Inc.
better than last year’s performance,” We loan our tanks. as well, but hopefully this process Since 1973
ater. Daley said, “It was different this keeps it to a minimum.
year, because as the senior I was the says Daniel Schmitz, a senior of Dike-
This weekend Representative
Farm, Residential, Commercial
one who was experienced and the lead- New Hartford. No tank rents.
er of the team. In previous years I had The performers started two-a-day Pettengill and I will be co-chair-
ing rules and regulations meetings Grundy CEntEr 319-824-3150
been with many upperclassmen who practices in January and have been
were experienced. Readers Theater
was made up of a lot of freshmen, so it
working hard to bring you the best
show yet this year.
Sam anniS in Sioux City and Council Bluffs.
Catch me at one of these meeting or
was different getting them to loosen up I do not know if they have a spe- contact me by phone: 515-281-3371
and really take on their role. Many of
them hadn’t done much drama, so we
ciﬁc theme this year, but the student
body president assures me that they
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had to show them a lot and work with are working hard. He also wants you
them to get comfortable.” to know that among all the chaos and
Speech Coach, Katie Lindsay,
explained what a couple of the dif-
ferent acts were about. One Act Play
was about how Snow White, Sleep-
labor, they still manage to have a lot
Michael Weidemann, another se-
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ing Beauty, Cinderella, and The Pond
Princess were all unhappy with their
marriages, but in the end realized they
nior, said that Cabaret is always fun
and exciting. Someone always has ev-
eryone over to their house for a party
Now The Grundy register is!
loved their lives. Choral Reading went afterward and it’s really fun.
the comical route with a game show Breen Greer, a popular senior
where kids went through the growing known for his musical abilities said
up process of puberty. he would rather play for a large audi-
After hours of practice, the stu- ence, so if he does mess up it’s not
dents then perform at Districts, hoping personal. Breen is in jazz choir and
to make it on to State and All-State. plays guitar for a couple of people for
Each group is judged based on the solos.
certain criteria which varies with each There are many others perform-
category. Some of these requirements ing this year as well. Show Choir,
may be eye contact, vocal variety, or Jazz Choir, D-NH Pulse/Hip Hop,
projection of emotion. They are then Jazz Band, along with various solo
given a score based on their perfor- acts will be performing. Some of the
mance and can score either a I, II, III, songs that will be performed are “I Scan the QR Code or go to www.thegrundyregister.com/m.htm
or IV. To advance to state you must re- Gotta Feeling,” “Never Gonna Give
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it to State! “Lean on Me”.
Jacoby Giberson, also a senior, Mrs. Loger is conﬁdent that Caba- Current headlines, stories and photos
participated in Choral Reading and
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work with. I think I had the most fun in have to rush around as much because
speech this year because of the people there were not as many snow days.
that were in it,” she said.
Cabaret will be on Thursday at 1:30
For Erin, her favorite part was
and Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m.
8 Thursday, March 3, 2011
Volume 87 – Number 3
Wellsburg Herald The Grundy Register
"A HIDDEN TREASURE"
By KAREN MENNENGA
Maria Gehringer is leading Pre-
school Story time for the next four
weeks. She is starting a unit on barn-
yards. Each week the children will
make two different items to add to
their barnyard! We are keeping their
barns on display at the library so ev-
eryone can take a look at their prog-
March’s W.O.W. program on Se-
nior Nutrition will be presented by
Wendy Brewer on March 2 at 2 p.m.
We welcome everyone to join us the
ﬁrst Wednesday of each month for
Wellsburg on Wednesdays. The preschool story time children show their penguin craft.
Book club held their discus-
sion this week on Nicolas Sparks
book “A Bend in the River”. Next Delirious by Daniel Palmer, Save Michaels, Vicious Cycle by Terri
month’s selection will be “Room: A the Date by Catherine Anderson, Blackstock, and Minding Frankie by
Novel” by Emma Donoghue. Sharpshooter in Petticoats by Mary Maeve Binchy.
New Materials: Connealy, A Billion Reasons Why DVDs - Despicable Me, You
Adult ﬁction - Battle Hymn of the by Kristin Billerbeck, Plain Proposal Again, Like Dandelion Dust, Life As
Tiger Mother by Amy Chua, Apple by Beth Wiseman, Sing You Home We Know It, Let Me In, The Social
Turnover Murder by Joanne Fluke, by Jodi Picoult, Betrayal by Fern Network, Unstoppable, & Hachi.
AGWSR celebrates National FFA Week
The AGWSR FFA chapter celebrated National FFA week last week. Chapter members include: Front row Timothy Christian auction March 5 AGWSR school
(left to right): Ofﬁcers: Katelyn McMurray (secretary), Megan Pieters (vice-president), Keily Stockdale (re-
porter), Kollin Deberg (sentivel), Courtney Clawson (president), Jackie Keninger (assisting ofﬁcer) and Ash- The excitement is building as There is literally something for
ley Brandt (treasurer). Second row (l-r): Val Lindaman, Megan Heinz, Justin Kuper, Levi Arends, Nathan plans are underway for Timothy everyone. Please plan to attend this
Uhlenhopp, Jake Brandt and Shelbi Nederhoff. Third row: Trent Abbas, Alee Woodman, Cody Meyer, Brent Christian School’s annual Beneﬁt fun-ﬁlled event. Lunch and con- BREAKFAST
Swieter, Nick Pieters, Jason Rewerts and Nathan Folkerts. Fourth row: Reagan Rieken, Kyle Gronewold, Auction at the Wellsburg Memo- cessions will be available all day. (Breakfast includes milk &
Zach Lindaman, Zach Eilderts, Shelby Ewalt, Annette Swieter and Kaylie Gronewold. Fifth row (l-r) Derek juice)
rial Building on Saturday, March Farm items and tools will be sold
Schipper, Jayne Wiarda, Amanda Nederhoff, Dakota Schwebke, Logan Purdy and Austin Heitland. Sixth Fri., March 4: Cereal & Toast
row (l-r): Dillin Hofmeister, Morgan Rose, Dani Henning, Kim Ellingson, Jared Haupt, Evan Janssen, Chris
5, beginning at 10 a.m. Every year at noon. A silent auction will run
takes on a look all its own with from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Quilts and Mon., March 7: Cereal & Toast
Balvanz and Ryan Rotgers. Back row (l-r): Clint Daniels, Clay Bohner, Mason Lindaman, Jacob Chirstensen, Tues., March 8: Breakfast Pizza
Jacob Rivera, Carson Lutterman, Tanner Reents, Trevor Bakker and Brian Wosepka. (Courtesy photo) unique items to be sold. Dorothy collectibles will be sold at 1 p.m.
Bakker has once again made a Wed., March 9: French Toast &
beautiful queen size quilt which is
Thurs., March 10: Breakfast
currently available for inspection Sandwich
at the school.
Heronimus, Other items to be sold include:
AGWSR school LUNCH
(Lunch includes salad bar &
scHmidt & rag rugs, 4 tickets to Adventure-
land, 2 bowling parties for 10 at
Fri., March 4: Hot Dog, Cheesum
Allen Pla-Mor in Iowa Falls, 2 hogs for Monday, March 7: Boys Bas-
Potatoes, Fruit, Cookie
Attorneys-At-Law butchering, a 32” Sansui Flatscreen Mon., March 7: Cooks Choice
Office at HDTV, a UNI football mini-helmet Tuesday, March 8: 6-8 Grade Tues., March 8: Sloppy Joe,
507 3rd St., Wellsburg signed by all-time UNI leading Band Solo Contest at Wellsburg Baked Beans, Potatoes, Peaches
scorer, Billy Hallgren, three “Close Thursday, March 10: Wrestling Wed., March 9: Tuna & Noodles,
Phone 641-869-3711 Banquet
9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday to my Heart” scrapbooking kits, an Peas, Cheese Sandwich, Grapes
Toll-Free to Grundy Center adult size Polaris Trail Blazer ATV Thurs., March 10: Chili, Cinna-
Office 1-877-824-6951 plus much more. mon Rolls, Rosy Applesauce
Church Worship Services
American Lutheran Church
Beth A. Olson, Interim Pastor
First Christian Reformed
Thomas Vos, Pastor
Fredsville Lutheran Church
Patricia Shaw, Interim Pastor
Flotsam and Jetsam
319-824-3557 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 8:15 a.m. Adult Sunday School According to the American Heri-
10:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Traditional Worship
8:45 a.m. Worship Service
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday School
tage Dictionary, “Flotsam, in
Bethany Presbyterian Church
maritime law, applies to wreckage
Tom & Jean Bower, Pastors Pleasant Valley United Methodist Liberty Baptist Church (GARBC) or cargo left floating on the sea
319-824-5471 Dot Geersema, Pastor Dennis Sanders, Pastor after a shipwreck. Jetsam applies to
9:00 Adult Sunday School
8:45 a.m. Morning Worship
cargo or equipment thrown over-
9:30 a.m. Sunday School
10:00 a.m. Worship Service
10:45 a.m. Morning Worship board (jettisoned) from a ship in
First Baptist Church Reformed Church 6 p.m. Evening Praise Service distress and either sunk or washed
Mike Nemmers, Pastor Mike Weaver, Pastor ashore.” Sometimes our lives feel
319-824-3324 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship beaman like shipwrecks, with wreckage and
10:45 Sunday School
9:15 a.m., Sunday School
6:30 p.m. Evening Bible Study
United Methodist Church debris all around us as we tread
10:30 a.m. Morning Worship Service 641-366-2142 water to stay afloat. Other times we
6:30 p.m. Evening Service 9:30 a.m. Sunday School
St. John Lutheran Church 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship feel like the ship is sinking and that
First Presbyterian Church Bruce Zimmermann, Pastor we need to throw things overboard
8:45 a.m. Morning Worship to avoid sinking. One solution is
Reverend Mike Campbell
9:45 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Conrad
Class Alice Church of God to not overload the ship in the first
9:00 a.m. Worship Service Stephen E. Harvey, Pastor place. Material possessions can be
United Methodist Church St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran
9:30 a.m. Sunday School
a burden and it may help to lighten
Matt Miller, Pastor Gary Burkhalter, Pastor
10:30 a.m. Worship Service the load. We should go through
8:30 a.m. Worship Service
our clothes and donate those items
9 a.m. Worship Service
9:30 Sunday School First Presbyterian Church we don’t wear anymore, and go
10:15 a.m. Adult Study at AP
10:15 a.m. Pastor led Bible Study in FH
Kerry Carson, Pastor through our books, tapes and CDs
St. Peter’s United Church of Christ
8:45 a.m. Sunday School also. We might also find that a lot
Orchard Hill Church (Center Theatre) Harold Miller, Pastor of our old computer, stereo and
641-869-3862 11 a.m. Fellowship
8 a.m. Morning Worship television equipment can be given
9:45 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. Worship Service United Methodist Church away, and far from being a loss, we
United Reformed Church Jennifer Daniel, Pastor might gain tremendously by this.
Holland Matthew Nuiver, Pastor 641-366-2325
Finally, we are often overburdened
Colfax Center Presbyterian 641-869-3633 9:30 a.m. Sunday School
Larry Hoop & Larry Doughan, Pastors 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Worship by obligations. Do we really need
319-824-5231 10:45 Sunday School that extra part-time job or the com-
9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 7 p.m. Evening Worship area CHurCHes mitment we’ve made to some other
10:45 Sunday School Holy Family Catholic Parish endeavor? Sometimes we throw
Steamboat Rock Baptist Church Rev. David Kucera things overboard and yet still hold
New Hope Fellowship Harrison Lippert, Pastor 319-345-2006
Gary Nibbelink, Pastor Bryce Roskens, Associate Pastor Mass: 5 p.m., Saturday - Parkersburg onto them when we should just let
10 a.m. Sunday Service 8:45 a.m. Traditional Service 9 a.m., Sunday - Reinbeck them fly and say good-bye.
6:30 p.m. Sunday Youth 10 a.m. Sunday School
11 a.m. Contemporary Service Salem Church of Lincoln As we were violently storm-tossed, they began next day to throw the cargo overboard;
Pleasant Valley Reformed Church Rev. Barb Muhs, Interim Pastor and the third day they castout with their own handsthe tackle of the ship.
Rev. Rick Vollema
319-346-1090 dike 641-473-2450
Lincoln Center Christian Reformed 9:25 a.m. Sunday School R.S.V. Acts 27:18-19
9 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Worship Service
10:30 a.m. Discussion Group Dale Janssen, Pastor
9:30 a.m. Morning Worship Bethel Reformed Church ******************************************************************************************
WellsburG 10:45 a.m. Sunday School 319-347-6219
Space for this series of religious messages for all faiths is provided by The Grundy
East Friesland Presbyterian 9 a.m. Worship Service
Lynn Arends, Supply Pastor United Methodist Church 10 a.m. Sunday School Register and these community-minded business and professional people:
641-847-2896 Dan Ridnouer, Pastor
9:15 a.m. Sunday School 319-989-2535 Ivester Church of the Brethren Grundy Center WellsburG
10:30 a.m. Morning Worship 9 a.m. Sunday School Dennis Brown, Pastor R.S. Bacon Veneer Company Doyen-Abels Funeral Home & Monument Co.
10:15 a.m. Worship Service 641-858-3879 Engelkes-Abels Funeral Home & Monument Co. The Wellsburg Herald
Faith Presbyterian Church 9:00 a.m. Fellowship Grundy Center Municipal Light & Power Dept.
641-847-3188 Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church 9:30 a.m. Christian Education
9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 319-988-3967 10:30 a.m. Worship Service
Grundy County Rural Electric Cooperative dike
10:45 a.m. Sunday School Noon potluck Grundy National Bank Beninga Sanitation
Claudia Tessmer, Pastor The Grundy Register
9 a.m. Worship Dike Funeral Chapel & Monument Co.
10 a.m. Sunday School Reformed Church of Stout Heartland Cooperative The Dike Register
David VanderLeest, Pastor 319-346-1487 Richelieu Foods Inc. Ubben Building Supplies, Inc.
9:30 a.m. Morning Worship Rouse Motor Co.
10:30 a.m. Fellowship Time
10:45 Sunday School
Grundy NEWS Register Thursday, March 3, 2011 9
Grundy Center Library Notes Applying 2010 dietary
The Spartan Weekly NEW ITEMS IN THE LIBRARY guidelines to everyday eating
New Adult Fiction — In Too DISPLAY CASE
Deep, Jayne Anne Krentz; ThAn- March is National Art Month and GRUNDY CENTER – March recommend shifts in food con-
Senior Sketch 2011 gel Harp, Michael Phillips; Heaven
is High, Kate Wilhelm; Fadeaway
Girl, Martha Grimes; Cast Into
Ronda Sternhagen, Grundy Center
school art instructor, will be shar-
ing her students’ work with us. The
is National Nutrition Month® and
the American Dietetic Associa-
tion (ADA) and Grundy County
sumption patterns, encouraging
people to eat more: whole grains;
vegetables; fruits; low-fat or fat-
Full Name: Carter Anthony Burmester
Nicknames: “Of All” Doubt, Patricia MacDonald; The art work will range from beginning Memorial Hos- free milk, yogurt, and cheese or
Birth Date: March 24, 1993 Fire in Ember, DiAnn Mills; Fatal artists in kindergarten through more pital (GCMH) fortiﬁed soy beverages; vegetable
Family: Fred (dad), Lori (mom), Tyler and Clay Error, J.A. Jance; Home to Big Stone skilled students in high school. Stop want to remind oils such as canola, corn, olive,
(brothers), Abby (sister) Gap, Adriana Trigiani; Dear Maggie, in and take a look at our local talent. the community peanut, and soybean; and seafood.
Hobbies/Involved In: Basketball, golf and hunt- Brenda Novak; Here to Stay, Cath- FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY that making The 2010 Dietary Guidelines
ing erine Anderson; On Borrowed Time, BOOK SALE changes in your recommend eating less: added
Dream Car: 2011 Chevy Camaro David Rosenfelt; The Sentry, Robert The Friend’s of the Library will
Favorite Food: Mom’s chicken enchiladas Crais; Into Temptation, Penny Vin- be hosting their annual Book Sale
eating plans can sugars; sold fats, including trans
Favorite Song/Singers: Lil Wayne, Drake and cenzi; Against the Wind, Against and membership drive on April 14, improve your fats; reﬁned grains, and sodium.
Ke$ha the Fire, Kat Martin; Deadly Lies, 15, and 16. Remember to bring your health. More than one-third of all calo-
Favorite TV Shows/Movies: Tommy Boy, Black Cynthia Eden; Who Is My Shelter?, gently used books to the library for “It is impor- ries consumed by Americans are
Sheep, The Water boy Neta Jackson; The Mountains Bow this fundraiser. Keep us in mind as tant for people WENDY BREWER solid fats and added sugars. ADA
Memorable Moments: Going to the cabin in Min- Down, Sibella Giorello; Now You you sort books, clean your homes, to look at their encourages people to replace as
nesota and hunting trips with my dad and brothers, state golf 2010 See Her, Joy Fielding; Room, Emma or as you ﬁnish reading a book you current eating habits and see what many of these calories as possi-
Three Wishes: Be happy, rich, and successful Donoghue; The Red Garden, Alice don’t intend to keep. Reminder – we
Favorite Class/Teacher & Why: Mr. Dirks because he is the man
small changes they can make to eat ble with vegetables, fruits, whole
Hoffman; and Pathﬁnder, Orson do not accept text books, Reader’s healthier and feel healthier,” says grains, low-fat or fat-free milk,
Pet Peeves: People smacking their food, slow drivers Scott Card. Digest condensed books, old books,
Role Model and Why: My parents because they have always been there for registered dietitian Wendy Brewer yogurt and cheese.
New Adult Non-Fiction — magazines, music, VHS or miscella- from GCMH. “Sometimes just Recommendations of the 2010
Words of Wisdom: “ Everything happens for a reason” Health Care You Can Live With, neous items. decreasing your portions can help Dietary Guidelines on consump-
Secret Ambition: To become a fantasy analyst for ESPN Dr. Scott Morris; Eyewitness Travel ANCESTRY LIBRARY
Australia; Fodor’s 535 Best Beach- EDITION you meet the Dietary Guidelines tion of sodium and fats are of par-
Future Plans: Go to college and still allow you to eat some of ticular concern because of their
What you’ll miss about GCHS: Teachers and friends es, Essential Europe, Central Amer- The library has been able to pur-
ica, Hawaii, Canada; and Paul 90 chase the library edition of Ancestry. your favorite foods. Avoid dieting links to serious health conditions
Days on His Journey of Faith, Beth com. This is the genealogy program and aim for changing some of your such as heart disease and hyper-
Moore; Iowa Gardener’s Travel used on the television program “Do lifestyle habits.” tension.
Guide, Kelly Norris. You Know Who You Are?” It is The 2010 Dietary Guidelines
Senior Sketch 2011 Adult Non-Fiction — 2011
North American Coins & Prices; Au-
tobiography of Mark Twain; Crochet
available now at the library, how-
ever, the staff is not trained yet so be
patient. The program is available on
Full Name: Heidi Renee Schleuder
Nicknames: Squeaker Now, Candi Jensen; Games of the any library computer that is for the
Birth Date: June 10, 1992 XXI Olympiad; Your Eco-Friendly public. Come and see what it is all
Family: John (dad), Julie (mom), Hannah (sister), Yard, Tom Girolamo; Good Things about.
Nathan (brother), Juliann (step-mom) for Organizing, Favorite Comfort TAX FORMS
Hobbies/Involved In: Writing music, singing, Foods, Martha Stewart; Taste of Tax season is here and the library
painting, watching movies, reading, traveling, Home 2011 Quick Cooking Annual has some of the forms. Please know
drama/theatre, art Recipes; Hoda, Hoda Kotb; and that the IRS is not printing all the
Dream Car: Mini Cooper Where Have All the Leaders Gone?, forms as it has in the past, and the
Favorite Food: Macaroni & Cheese Lee Iacocca library may not receive some of the
Favorite Song/Singers: Tori Amos’ song “Asorta Juvenile — Ravenpaw’s Path, forms you want. You are, however,
Fairytale” Night Whispers,Warriors – Into the able to go to IRS.gov and print the
Favorite TV Shows/Movies: TV: Family Guy, Woods, Erin Hunter; The Iron King, forms needed. Also, the availability
The Simpsons, Spongebob Squarepants; Movies: The Iron Queen, The Iron Daugh- of Iowa tax forms is questionable.
Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, High Fidelity ter, Julie Kagawa; Torment, Lauren The State of Iowa is encouraging
Memorable Moments: Late nights watching movies with friends, Honor Kate; A Tale of Two Pretties, Lisi Iowans to ﬁle electronically if you
choir, speech contests, Shinefest Harrison; Katy’s New World, Katy’s do not use a tax preparer. We will
Three Wishes: I wish 1. to someday write a book that will impact people, Debate, Katy’s Homecoming, Kim answer any questions you have, if
2. travel all over the world, and 3. live a fun ﬁlled life full of laughter and
Vogel Sawyer; Wicked, Killer, Heart- possible.
Favorite Class/Teacher & Why: English-helps people to think for them- less, Sara Shepard; and Accomplice, GIFTS
selves. Mrs. Lebo, Mrs. Hosch, Mrs. Aronson, Mrs. Hinderhofer, Mr. Rohler- Eireann Corrigan. The following are members of
Easy Fiction — Shoe-la-la, the Grundy Center Community who
all excellent teachers and mentors
Pet Peeves: Being poked or nudged, especially when I’m tired and cranky Karen Beaumont; I Wanna New have donated to the Kling Memorial Future GCHS Dancers
Room, Karen Kaufman Orloff; Story Library - Brenda Brown, Kling Me- Grundy Center preschoolers joined with members of the high school
Role Model and Why: Tori Amos-not only is she a musical genius, but she
knows who she is and that is really something to achieve in life. County, Derek Anderson; What’s in morial Library Foundation, Shelley dance team for a number during Saturday’s show. Pictured left to right
Words of Wisdom: If it wasn’t this, it’d be something else the Egg, Little Pip? Karma Wilson; Westerman, Cindy Haefner, Bev- are Ashlyn Kuiper, Scoty Sly, Ellie Price, Addison Haack, Kayden Mull-
Secret Ambition: Become a strong, independent book editor in New York Little Mouse and the Big Cupcake, eridge Nickerson, Harriet E. Bough, er, Maya Fairbanks, Ellyonna Johnson. (John Jensen/The Grundy Reg-
City and live in Greenwhich Village with my cats. Thomas Taylor; The Wonderful Peggy Stahl, and Gloria Kuester. ister photo)
Future Plans: Attend Luther College or the University of Minnesota and Book, Leonid Gore; and Pink, Cori
double major in English and Communications then grad school? Doerrfeld.
What you’ll miss about GCHS: The secure feeling; everyone knows each Large Print — The Waiting,
other and its like we’re a family in a way. I’ll miss the feeling I get when I Suzanne Woods Fisher; Secrets to
see familiar faces around town and at school. Once I leave, i’ll want to meet
as many new faces as possible to create that feeling of security again; create
the Grave, Tami Hoag; Dead Zero, 319-824-3849
another large, familiar family.
Stephen Hunter; Strategic Moves,
Stuart Woods; The Prostitutes’ Ball, 1400 G Avenue
Stephen J. Cannell; In Every Heart-
beat, Kim Vogel Sawyer; The Yada Grundy Center
Yada Prayer Group Gets Decked
Out, Neta Jackson; and The Sentry,
Senior Sketch 2011 Robert Crais.
DVD/VHS — Flicka 2, Beverly
10 lb. Meat Sale
Full Name: Kaitlyn Mackenzie Ash Hills Chihuahua 2, Scooby-Doo and
Nicknames: Kash the Monster of Mexico, Scooby Doo
Buy Big! Save Big!
Birth Date: June 12, 1993 Mystery Incorporated Season One-
Family: Kevin (dad), Janet (mom), Kayla (sister), Volume 1, Alpha and Omega, Sec-
Greg (brother), Peyton (sister), Brady (brother) retariat, Wall Street Money Never
March 2-8, 2011
Hobbies/Involved In: COD: Black Ops Sleeps, When in Rome, Unstoppa-
Dream Car: 2011 Jeep Wrangler ble, and Knight and Day.
Favorite Food: Big mac, breadsticks from Pizza CD — Journal of the Gun Years,
Hut Richard Matheson; Colonel Roos-
Favorite Song/Singers: Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj evelt, Edmund Morris; World’s
Favorite TV Shows/Movies: Jersey Shore Greatest Sleuth, Steve Hockensmith;
Memorable Moments: When Shelby made me The Broken Gun, Louis L’Amour;
try cheese. (I hate cheese) The Virginian, Owen Wister; Secrets
Three Wishes: To meet Lil Wayne, be healthy for
life, never be arrested
of the Grave, Tami Hoag; DeJa Vu,
Favorite Class/Teacher & Why: Mrs. Hosch because she’s very smart, nice Fern Michaels; The Brave, Nicho-
and helpful las Evans; How to Be Single, Liz Alaskan Fresh 80% Lean Farmland
Tuccillo; Lighten Up, Peter Walsh; Miscut
Pet Peeves: When people make fun of Lil Wayne, and people in general.
Flight of the Intruder, Stephen Pollock Ground Beef
Role Model and Why: My mom because she works hard everyday, and she’ll
$ 99 $ 99
Coonts; What the Night Knows,
do anything for anyone.
Words of Wisdom: “Always speak the truth, even if you have to whisper.” Dean Koontz; Dead or Alive, Tom
Future Plans: Go to Hawkeye for dental assisting then go to Iowa for Ultra- Clancy; and The Seven Wonders
sound tech. That Will Change Your Life, Glenn
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Grundy FOR THE RECORD Register www.thegrundyregister.com
Dike-New Hartford Board of Education Mid-America Publishing Co, Publications ..91.20 Menards, supplies .................................398.01 February 16, 2011
The Dike-New Hartford Board of Education Napa Auto Parts , Repair Parts ............106.60 Marlyn Mennenga, well closing .............400.00 The Dike City Council met in regular session on
met February 21, 2011, at 6:00 p.m. in the high Ottsen Oil, Lubricants ........................3,997.45 Mid-America Publishing, publ ................367.05 Monday, February 16, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. with
school technology room for a special meeting Perkins Plumbing & Heating, Jay, Plbg & Htg Mid-Iowa Cooperative, fuel ................23578.43 Mayor Soppe presiding. Council members pres-
with members Boe, Dieken, Hinde, Koop and Repair .....................................................95.00 MIW, services ......................................1237.72 ent were Stan Van Hauen, Chad Cutsforth, Nick
Nielsen. Also present were administrators Purchase Power, Postage .................1,019.99 Moeller & Walter, supplies .......................49.85 Cleveland, Wayne Paige and Mike Weichers.
Beecher and Martinek. R&D Industries, Inc., Maint Agreement ..185.00 Monkeytown, supplies ...........................431.46 Health Insurance Discussion – Discussion about
Also present were technology committee Rasmusson Co., The, Towing ...............187.25 Moor’s Salvage, recycling exp .............1320.00 health insurance quotes. Motion by Cutsforth to
members, presenters and visitors Diane Ei- Sam’s Club, Supplies ................................9.98 Napa Auto Parts, supplies ...................2346.33 go with UnitedHealthCare IA Choice Plus 1B2F.
lderts, Mary Ascher, Katie Slack, Jean Loger, Schmitt Telecom Partners, Inc., Telephone Andie Nichols, mileage ............................72.25 Seconded by Cleveland. All ayes. Carried.
Jeremiah Lehr, Tonya Nicholson, Barry Cuveli- Maintenance .........................................309.68 Abigail Niebuhr, services .......................134.87 Garbage Bags – Discussion on garbage bag
er, Daimien Bennett, Rob Gingery, Kathy Sund- School Bus Sales, Repair Parts .............60.88 North American Salt, salt .....................7783.21 quotes. Motion by Van Hauen to table until the
stedt, Benita Anderson, and Steve Hinde. School Specialty Inc., Supplies ....................... North Iowa Juvenile, services ................500.00 March meeting until clerk ﬁnds out what the
The primary purpose of the special meeting 96.03..Schumacher Elevator Co., Inc, Elevator Northeast IA Family, services ................224.00 bagging fee will be from Iowa Prison Ind. Sec-
was to review the current status of the district’s Maintenance .........................................321.30 Northland Products, supplies.................103.45 onded by Cutsforth. All ayes. Carried.
technology program. Shifﬂer Equipment Sales, Inc, Bldg Repairs .... Ofﬁce Express, supplies ..........................72.44 Budget – The census ﬁgures were released.
Technology Coordinator Lehr gave a pre- .................................................................50.16 Phelps Implement, maintenance ...............3.28 The population for Dike is 1209, up from 944.
sentation reviewing the district’s current tech- Superior Welding Supply, Supplies ......150.20 Pictometry, license...............................5377.12 Road Use Tax ﬁgures need to be bumped up.
nology program and committee recommenda- Swisher & Cohrt , Legal Services .........375.00 Powerplan, parts/repairs......................1344.18 Discussion about the FD budget and library
tions to enhance and expand the program. Thomas Bus Sales Repair, Parts ..........443.89 Premier Ofﬁce, supplies ..........................34.65 budget. Cutsforth stated that the director salary
Being no further business, the special meet- Ubben Building Supplies, Supplies .......560.11 Progress Industries, services ..............2290.85 for the library should not be increased because
ing adjourned at 7:15 p.m. United Healthcare Plan, Insurance ..40,474.15 Quick Printing, supplies .........................132.60 she is retiring. Motion by Nick to accept the
The Dike-New Hartford Board of Educa- United States Cellular, Cellular Phone Charges Racom Corp, maintenance ......................21.00 budget without the director increase. Seconded
tion met February 21, 2011, at 7:15 p.m. in ...............................................................166.81 City of Reinbeck, utilities .........................40.85 by Cutsforth. 4 ayes. 1 nay. Motion carried.
the school board room for the regular monthly Van Meter Company, The, Electrical Supplies Reinbeck Telecomm, service .................100.00 Discussion about new ﬁnancial software for the
meeting with Nielsen presiding and members ...............................................................397.64 Rural Iowa Landﬁll, fees ........................280.80 ofﬁce. Clerk stated that in conversation with the
Boe, Dieken, Hinde and Koop. Also present Waterloo Courier, Subscriptions/advertising .... Sadler Power Train, parts ......................753.34 representative from Data Tech, we could give
were administrators Beecher, Williams, Mar- .................................................................26.00 Carie Sager, mileage ...............................24.80 them a down payment this year and they could
tinek and Textor. Wolverine Booster Club, Concessions Contract Scotty’s Sanitation, service......................80.00 get started on getting us ready to use the soft-
Visitors and/or presenters at the meeting ...............................................................469.48 Snittjer Grain, fuel ................................4977.25 ware in July. Discussion about tabling the is-
included Barry Cuvelier, Ben Cuvelier, Don Woolverton Printing Company, Printing ..35.00 Spahn & Rose Lumber, parts ....................2.88 sue, waiting and continuing to use the software
McCallum, Rob Gingery, Jeremiah Lehr, Kathy Fund Total ....................................132,407.14 Spangenburg, supplies ..........................637.94 we have. Cleveland introduced #02161101 A
Sundstedt and Mark Parker. Management Fund Michael Steinmeyer, mileage...................65.20 RESOLUTION TO PAY THE DOWN PAYMENT
The agenda was approved as amended on EMC Insurance Companies, Work Comp-Mar- Sunset Distributors, supplies ...................69.03 THIS YEAR AND PAY THE REST IN THE NEXT
motion of Koop and second of Dieken. Vote all tinek ........................................................85.00 Tama/Grundy Publishing, publ...............375.93 BUDGET YEAR, and moved that it be adopted.
aye. Iowa School Employee, Insurance .......120.44 The Record, publication.........................318.39 Seconded by Van Hauen. Roll call vote: Ayes:
Minutes of the January 17, 2011 regular United Healthcare Plan, Insurance ....3,182.90 Lori Tollagson, mileage ..........................127.60 Van Hauen, Cleveland, Cutsforth. Nays: Weich-
monthly meeting were approved as written on Fund Total ........................................3,388.34 Tom’s Family Pharmacy, meds ..............849.63 ers and Paige. Whereupon the Mayor declared
motion of Boe and second of Koop. Vote all Capital Projects True Value Hardware, supplies..............301.25 Resolution #02161101 duly adopted.
aye. Struxture Architects Architect, Services ..524.39 Trunck’s Foods, supplies .......................396.07 Motion by Van Hauen to adjourn. Seconded by
Written reports of the building principals Fund Total: ..........................................524.39 US Cellular, service ...............................390.75 Cleveland. All ayes. Carried.
and technology coordinator were reviewed by Physical Plan & Equip Levy Ubben Building, supplies ...........................1.29 Michael Soppe, Mayor
the board with Martinek reporting that a $1500 Iowa Prison Industries, Equipment ....3,870.00 Trina Viles, mileage .................................11.60 ATTEST:
grant had been obtained. Fund Total: .......................................3,870.00 Visa, supplies ........................................883.64 Patti Freese, City Clerk 9-1
Ben Cuvelier gave his presentation of the Insurance Fund .............................................. Wal-Mart Store, meds ..............................36.46
National History Day on his development of the Mastercard Corporate Clients, Supplies .34.07 Walters & Johnson, services ...................62.00
website of Fast Food and Nutrition. Fund Total: ............................................34.07 Kevin Williams, mtg exp ..........................24.03
A student teacher agreement with Wart- 9-1 Windstream, service ..............................149.05
burg College for year 2011-12 was approved Ziegler, parts/repairs ..............................937.66
on motion of Koop and second of Hinde. Vote Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by
all aye. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS Ross to adjourn. Carried unanimously. THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT
Discussion followed to offer an early retire- The Grundy County Board of Supervisors Barbara L. Smith, Chairman GRUNDY COUNTY
ment program to administrators with consensus met in regular session on February 14, 2011 at Mary L. Schmidt, County Auditor 9-1 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
of the board not to offer the option. 9:00 A.M. Chairman Smith called the meeting Genevieve Paterni, Deceased.
Early retirement teacher applications and to order with the following members present: Probate No. ESPR101595
their letters of resignation from Sandra Bass Bakker, Ross, Riekena, and Schildroth. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF
and Randy Dodd were accepted on motion of Motion was made by Bakker and seconded NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTORS,
Dieken and second of Boe with the resignations by Ross to approve the minutes of the previous PROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDING THE AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS
effective at the end of the 2010-11 year. Vote meeting. Carried unanimously. GRUNDY COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE To All Persons Interested in the Estate of
all aye. Gary Mauer, County Engineer, reviewed NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Genevieve Paterni, Deceased, who died on or
Resignations from Diane Harms as junior department matters with the Board. Grundy County Board of Supervisors will hold a about 6th day of February, 2011:
high girls track coach for 2010-11 and from Motion was made by Ross and seconded public hearing on the 7th day of March, 2011, at You are hereby notiﬁed that on the 17th day
of February, 2011, the last will and testament of IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR GRUNDY COUNTY
Jonathan Mitchell as high school boys tennis by Schildroth to approve the low quotation 10:00 A. M. in the Board of Supervisors meeting
coach for 2010-11 were accepted on motion of dated February 8, 2011, from Mid-Iowa Co-op room of the Grundy County Courthouse, 706 G Genevieve Paterni, deceased, bearing date of
the 18th day of May, 1988, was admitted to pro- CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC, EQUITY NO. EQCV058740
Boe and second of Hinde. Vote all aye. of Conrad for supplying 6,000 gallons of win- Ave., Grundy Center, Iowa, for purposes of con-
On motion of Dieken and second of Koop, ter blend diesel fuel at $2.8888 per gallon, and sidering an Ordinance Amending the Grundy bate in the above named court and that Beverly
Kay Lindaman and Connie Lou Penning were Plaintiff,
contracts were approved for Luke Becker as ju- 3,000 gallons of gasohol at $2.5674 per gallon, County Development Ordinance, #2009-5 as
nior high girls track coach for 2010-11, to Diane for the aboveground fuel tanks at the Second- follows: Section V, paragraph A be amended appointed Executors of the estate. Any action to
set aside the will must be brought in the district vs.
Harms as assistant varsity girls track coach for ary Road Department Shop in Grundy Center. to add: 171. Agricultural Plat: A subdivision
court of said county within the later to occur of ORIGINAL NOTICE FOR
2010-11 and to Matthew Pelc as high school Carried unanimously. which contains, lots, parcels, sites, units, plots
four months from the date of the second publi- GEORGE A. LEDUC; MICHELLE L. LEDUC; PUBLICATION
boys tennis coach for 2010-11 subject to a fa- Motion was made by Schildroth and sec- or interests to be used for agricultural, environ-
cation of this notice or one month from the date LINCOLN SAVINGS BANK; and PARTIES IN
vorable background check. Vote all aye. onded by Bakker to approve a Consulting En- mental or non-developmental purposes, includ-
of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the dece- TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS:
On motion of Boe and second of Hinde, the gineering Contract with Calhoun-Burns of West ing parks and open areas, shall submit an ag-
dent and devisees under the will whose identi- POSSESSION,
unpaid maternity leave of Nicole Folkerts and Des Moines, Iowa, for ﬁnal design services on ricultural plat. An agricultural plat may include
one day unpaid leave of Jan Urbanek were ap- Bridge #I-4, and to authorize the Board members a lot containing the farmstead being split from ties are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter
be forever barred. Defendants.
proved. Vote all aye. to sign said contract. Carried unanimously. the farm. An Agricultural plat shall not include
Bids to reﬁnish the Dike competition gym Motion was made by Schildroth and sec- any division that creates or expands a non- Notice is hereby given that all persons in-
ﬂoor were reviewed and on motion of Dieken onded by Ross to introduce Resolution #25- conforming use. Grundy County Planning and debted to the estate are requested to make im-
mediate payment to the undersigned, and cred- To the above-named Defendants:
and second of Boe, it was moved to accept the 2010/2011 regarding a property tax abatement. Zoning staff shall review an agricultural plat,
The vote on the resolution was as follows: Ayes prior to being recorded. If the plat is within a itors having claims against the estate shall ﬁle
$12,100 bid of Integrity Hardwood Floors, Inc. You are notiﬁed there was on 1/10/2011 ﬁled in the Ofﬁce of the Clerk of the above-named
– Schildroth, Ross, Bakker, and Smith. Nays 2-mile jurisdictional area of a city, the subdi- them with the clerk of the above named district
Vote all aye. court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, Court a Foreclosure Petition , which prays for foreclosure of a mortgage in favor of the Plaintiff on
Bids to paint the Dike gym walls and ceil- – Riekena. Resolution adopted. vider shall contact that city for its processing re-
for allowance, and unless so ﬁled by the later to the property described herein and judgment in rem in the amount of $252,751.53 plus interest at the
ing were reviewed and on motion of Dieken and Motion was made by Schildroth and sec- quirements. The plat shall contain the following occur of four months from the second publica- rate of 5.50% per annum from April 1, 2010, such amount equaling $38.09 per day, the costs of the
second of Koop, it was moved to accept the onded by Ross to introduce Resolution #27- notation “Note: This platting is for agricultural tion of this notice or one month from the date of action including title costs of $200.00, and reasonable attorney fees and that said sums be declared
$10,420 bid of Personiﬁed, Inc. Vote all aye. 2010/2011 regarding budgetary appropriation or environmental purposes only and is not in- mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed a lien upon the following-described premises from November 14, 2008, located in Grundy County,
The monthly mileage report of the district’s changes. The vote on the resolution was as tended for development except in conformance or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Iowa, to-wit:
transportation ﬂeet was reviewed. follows: Ayes – Schildroth, Ross, Bakker, Riek- with zoning regulations.”, and that Section XXII, Dated this 17th day of February, 2011.
After reviewing the monthly bills of the gen- ena, and Smith. Nays – none. Resolution ad- paragraph D be amended to add: 5. Agricul-
Lot 2 in Southridge First Addition to the City of Reinbeck, Iowa.
eral, schoolhouse, nutrition and activity funds, opted. tural Subdivision: A subdivision that meets the
they were approved for payment on motion of The full text of Resolutions #25-2010/2011 following criteria: Beverly Kay Lindaman
14824 300th Street that the mortgage on the above-described real estate be foreclosed, that a special execution issue
Boe and second of Dieken. Vote all aye. and #27-2010/2011 are on ﬁle in the County 1) All new parcels shall front on or have
Aplington, IA 50604 for the sale of as much of the mortgaged premises as is necessary to satisfy the judgment and for
The monthly ﬁnancial reports of the district, Auditor’s Ofﬁce. direct access from an existing street.
other relief as the Court may deem just and equitable. The attorney for the Plaintiff is Mark D. Walz,
nutrition and activity funds were reviewed and Motion was made by Schildroth and sec- 2) No new public or private street shall be
Connie Lou Penning whose address is The Davis Brown Tower, 215 10th Street, Suite 1300, Des Moines, Iowa 50309-
approved on motion of Koop and second of onded by Riekena to accept and order ﬁled the created or sought to be dedicated or contem-
13397 310th Street 3993, Phone: (515) 288-2500, Facsimile: (515) 243-0654.
Hinde. Vote all aye. County Treasurer’s January 31, 2011 Invest- plated to project though the proposed subdivi-
A budget work session was scheduled for ment Report. Carried unanimously. sion. Aplington, IA 50605
March 8 at 6:00 p.m. with a tentative Budget Motion was made by Ross and seconded 3) All new parcels are intended to be used
Hearing set for April 12. by Schildroth to accept and order ﬁled the Clerk for agricultural purposes and shall continue Executors of estate
THE PLAINTIFF HAS ELECTED FORECLOSURE WITHOUT REDEMPTION. THIS MEANS
The letter of resignation of board member of Court’s January Report. Carried unanimous- to be used consistent with the agricultural ex-
THAT THE SALE OF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY WILL OCCUR PROMPTLY AFTER ENTRY
and Vice President Boe with an effective date of ly. emptions of Section 335.2, Code of Iowa, as
Heronimus, Schmidt, & Allen OF JUDGMENT UNLESS YOU FILE WITH THE COURT A WRITTEN DEMAND TO DELAY THE
February 22, 2011 was accepted on motion of Motion was made by Bakker and seconded amended, and shall bear the following legend
Attorney for executors SALE. IF YOU FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND, THE SALE WILL BE DELAYED UNTIL SIX MONTHS
Koop and second of Dieken. Voting aye-Diek- by Riekena to authorize the chairman to sign on the recorded plat, “This plat is for agricultural
630 G Avenue, Box 365 FROM ENTRY OF JUDGMENT IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS YOUR RESIDENCE AND
en, Hinde, Koop and Nielsen with Boe abstain- a Grundy County Community Foundation grant purposes only and is intended for agricultural
Grundy Center, IA 50638 IS A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING OR UNTIL TWO MONTHS FROM ENTRY
ing. The consensus of the board is to appoint a application for the cemetery project on the uses in conformity with Section 335.2 of the
Date of second publication 3rd day of March, OF JUDGMENT IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS NOT YOUR RESIDENCE OR IS YOUR
person to the vacated position instead of having County’s website. Carried unanimously. Code of Iowa, as amended.”
2011. 8-3 RESIDENCE BUT NOT A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING. YOU WILL HAVE NO
an election. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded 4) No new parcel shall conﬂict with any
RIGHT OF REDEMPTION AFTER THE SALE. THE PURCHASER AT THE SALE WILL BE
The board reviewed a quote from Iowa by Riekena to approve payment of the following provisions or portion of the Grundy County De-
ENTITLED TO IMMEDIATE POSSESSION OF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY. YOU MAY
Direct Equipment and Appraisal to replace bills: (Carried unanimously.) velopment Ordinance or its subdivision regula-
PURCHASE AT THE SALE.
the Dike gymnasium bleachers with no action A-Kleen, supplies...................................618.47 tions.
taken. Agvantage, diesel .............................. 11159.80 5) The subdivision contains no new devel-
You must serve a motion or answer on or before the 30th day of March, 2011, and within a
Technology Coordinator Lehr met with the Airgas North Central, supplies ...............247.90 opment lots. THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT
reasonable time thereafter, ﬁle your motion or answer, in the Iowa District Court for Grundy County,
board to review bids to enhance the district’s Alliant Energy, service .........................2934.02 6) The subdivision lies wholly within the A-1 GRUNDY COUNTY
Iowa, at the County Courthouse in Grundy Center, Iowa. If you do not, judgment by default may be
technology program, and on motion of Boe and Alliant Energy, utilities............................286.60 Agricultural Zoning District. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Harold
rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition.
second of Koop, it was moved to approve the American Solutions, supplies ..................50.19 Published by Resolution of the Grundy Eekhoff, Deceased.
If you require the assistance of auxiliary aids or services to participate in court because of a disability,
purchase of 20 document cameras and carts Cole Anderson, mtg exp ..........................29.80 County Board of Supervisors Probate No. ESPR101598
immediately call your district ADA coordinator at (319) 833-3332. (If you are hearing impaired, call
from IEC AV/Computer Co-op. Vote all aye. Sam Annis, fuel....................................1409.38 Barbara L. Smith, Chairman NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF
Relay Iowa TTY at 1 800 735 2942.)
A special meeting will be held on March 21 Area Payee, services...............................37.00 ATTEST: Mary L. Schmidt, Grundy APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR,
at 5:30 p.m. to review district test results. Automotive Electric, parts ......................277.07 County Auditor 9-1 AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Clerk of the Above Court,
Being no further business, the meeting ad- B & B Auto, parts ...................................166.15 To All Persons Interested in the Estate of
Grundy County Courthouse
journed at 10:30 p.m. followed by a negotiations Charles Bakker, mileage..........................60.00 Harold Eekhoff, Deceased, who died on or
Grundy Center, Iowa
strategy session. Bankers Leasing, equipment .................169.00 about 6th day of February, 2011:
Dike-New Hartford Schools BH-Grundy Mental, services................5720.70 You are hereby notiﬁed that on the 21st day
IMPORTANT: YOU ARE ADVISED TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE AT ONCE TO PROTECT YOUR
February 2011 Bill Listing Black Hills Energy, utilities ...................4089.70 of February, 2011, the last will and testament of
THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT INTERESTS.
GENERAL FUND Bob’s Farm Center, diesel ...................2670.46 Harold Eekhoff, deceased, bearing date of the
Nicholas Buseman, mtg exp ....................37.06 GRUNDY COUNTY 2nd day of June, 1999, was admitted to probate
Aﬂac, Insurance ....................................373.90 Date of Third Publication 10th day of March, 2011. 8-3
Lori Byers, mileage ................................143.72 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Jennie in the above named court and that Nancy Huis-
Albrecht, Janice, Supplies ......................16.22
Campbell Supply, tools ............................23.29 Bakker, Deceased. man and Dean Huisman were appointed execu-
Alliant Energy, Utilities ............................20.12
CCMS, services .....................................280.50 Probate No. ESPR1011600 tors of the estate. Any action to set aside the
Ames Environmental, Inc., Asbestos Inspection
Cedar Valley Comm, services .............2167.13 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF will must be brought in the district court of said
Center Associates, services ..................160.25 APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, county within the later to occur of four months
Area Educ Agency 267 Services, Supplies .....
Central IA Distributing, supplies.............670.95 AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS from the date of the second publication of this BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT
Central Iowa Water, service ...................572.79 To All Persons Interested in the Estate of notice or one month from the date of mailing The Grundy County Board of Supervisors met GRUNDY COUNTY
Arnold Motor Supply Repair Parts, Supplies ....
Clark Printing, supplies ..........................267.54 Jennie Bakker, Deceased, who died on or about of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and in regular session on February 22, 2011 at 9:00 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Dale L.
Comprehensive Sys, services .............1215.06 18th day of February, 2011: devisees under the will whose identities are A.M. Vice-chairman Bakker called the meet- Callaway, Deceased.
1A-tec Recycling, Inc., Recycling Services .....
Conrad Auto Supply, supplies................208.51 You are hereby notiﬁed that on the 23rd day reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be for- ing to order with the following members pres- Probate No. ESPR101596
Cooley Sanitation, services .....................70.00 of February, 2011, the last will and testament of ever barred. ent: Ross, Riekena, and Schildroth. Absent: NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF
Beninga Sanitation, Garbage Removal ...........
Covenant Clinic, services ......................428.00 Jennie Bakker, deceased, bearing date of the Notice is hereby given that all persons in- Smith. APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR,
Dash Medical Gloves, supplies .............219.60 3rd day of May, 1999, was admitted to probate debted to the estate are requested to make im- Motion was made by Ross and seconded by AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Black Hills Energy, Natural Gas .........9,623.20
Dunakey & Klatt, refund...........................80.00 in the above named court and that Ronald Bak- mediate payment to the undersigned, and cred- Riekena to approve the minutes of the previous To All Persons Interested in the Estate of
Butler County Extension, Registration Fee ......
Election Systems, equipment ..............8210.00 ker, Charles Bakker and Curtis Bakker were ap- itors having claims against the estate shall ﬁle meeting. Carried unanimously. Dale L. Callaway, Deceased, who died on or
Ellsworth Hospital, services .....................96.00 pointed executors of the estate. Any action to them with the clerk of the above named district A delegation representing the Ostfriesen Heri- about 12th day of February, 2011:
35.00.. Cedar Falls Community Schools, Open
Mitchell Evans, services ........................506.40 set aside the will must be brought in the district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, tage Society, the local German Club, met with You are hereby notiﬁed that on the 18th day
Enrollment .......................................23,914.00 for allowance, and unless so ﬁled by the later to
Farm Plan, supplies ...............................195.07 court of said county within the later to occur of the Board to discuss plans for a group tour to of February, 2011, the last will and testament
Central Iowa Distributing, Inc Cleaning/maint. occur of four months from the second publica-
Farm Plan, supplies ...............................182.61 four months from the date of the second publi- Germany in the fall of 2011. of Dale L. Callaway, deceased, bearing date
Supplies ................................................269.64 tion of this notice or one month from the date of
Farmer’s Feed & Supply, maint ...............42.97 cation of this notice or one month from the date Motion was made by Schildroth and sec- of the 20th day of March, 2006, was admitted
City Of Dike , Utilities .........................8,384.44 mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed
Force America, parts .............................339.85 of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the dece- onded by Ross to approve a rebate of eighty to probate in the above named court and that
City Of New Hartford Utilities ................473.09 or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred.
GCR Dubuque Truck, tires ..................2202.00 dent and devisees under the will whose identi- percent (80%) of the incremental property tax Dorothy A. Callaway was appointed executor of
Cuvelier, Barry, Mileage ..........................60.32 Dated this 21st day of February, 2011.
Gilbarco, maintenance...........................175.00 ties are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter generated by the ENSEVA property located in the estate. Any action to set aside the will must
Department Of Administrative, 403b Fees .......
Grainger, maintenance ..........................176.72 be forever barred. the Grundy County Industrial Park (Section 12 be brought in the district court of said county
City of GC, subsidy ..............................6210.00 Notice is hereby given that all persons in- Nancy Huisman of Colfax Township) for a period of ten years within the later to occur of four months from the
Dike-new Hartford School, Supplies .....450.00 debted to the estate are requested to make im-
GCMU, service ......................................624.83 17551 150th Street up to a maximum rebate of $783,000. Carried date of the second publication of this notice or
Distributed Website Corp, Software ..1,291.00 mediate payment to the undersigned, and cred-
GCMU, utilities.....................................2591.00 Wellsburg, IA 50680 unanimously. one month from the date of mailing of this notice
East Central Iowa Coop, Diesel .........3,418.90 itors having claims against the estate shall ﬁle
Grundy County Engineer, fuel .............4863.12 Gary Mauer, County Engineer, reviewed de- to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under
Ecowater Financial Services Water, Condi- them with the clerk of the above named district
GCMH, services ..................................6170.09 Dean Huisman partment matters with the Board. the will whose identities are reasonably ascer-
tioner .......................................................23.00 court, as provided by law, duly authenticated,
Grundy County Health, grant .............10140.24 17551 150th Street Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded tainable, or thereafter be forever barred.
Farm Plan , Repair Services .................502.70 for allowance, and unless so ﬁled by the later to Notice is hereby given that all persons in-
Grundy Center Comm. School, Tuition ..1,862.76 Grundy Co Health, services.....................75.00 occur of four months from the second publica- Wellsburg, IA 50680 by Ross to set March 7, 2011 at 9:00 A.M. for
debted to the estate are requested to make im-
Harrison Truck Centers, Inc. Repair Parts ....... Grundy County REC, service ................607.68 tion of this notice or one month from the date of the Public Hearing on the FY2011 County Bud- mediate payment to the undersigned, and cred-
...............................................................197.06 Grundy Co Treasurer, taxes ..................178.00 mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed Executors of estate get. Carried unanimously. itors having claims against the estate shall ﬁle
Herff Jones Commencement, Supplies ..966.00 Heart of Iowa Comm, service ..................39.51 or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Motion was made by Ross and seconded by them with the clerk of the above named district
How-gan Electric & Security, Building Maint .... Heartland Asphalt, refund ..................10966.59 Dated this 24th day of February, 2011. Riekena to introduce Resolution #28-2010/2011 court, as provided by law, duly authenticated,
Heronimus, Schmidt, & Allen
............................................................1,578.41 Heartland Co-op, diesel .......................1490.27 setting a public hearing for an amendment to for allowance, and unless so ﬁled by the later to
Attorneys for executors
LASBO , Registration Fee ....................125.00 H S & A, co atty exp.............................4057.25 the County Zoning Ordinance. The vote on occur of four months from the second publica-
Ronald Bakker 630 G Avenue, Box 365
Iowa Division Of Labor Services, Inspection ... ICIT, mtg exp .........................................400.00 the resolution was as follows: Ayes – Ross, tion of this notice or one month from the date of
333 Cedar St., P.O. Box 423 Grundy Center, IA 50638
...............................................................125.00 Interstate All Battery, maint ....................176.36 Riekena, Bakker, and Schildroth. Nays – none. mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed
Dike, IA 50624 Date of second publication 3rd day of March,
Iowa School Employee, Insurance ....3,654.82 Interstate Battery, supplies ....................173.95 Resolution adopted. The full text of the resolu- or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred.
2011. 8-2 Dated this 22nd day of February, 2011.
James, Juree, Software ........................650.00 Iowa DPS, fees ........................................20.00 tion is on ﬁle in the County Auditor’s Ofﬁce.
Johnson Controls, Inc., Plbg/htg Repairs ........ Iowa DHS, services .............................9866.08 Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded
P.O. Box 185
...............................................................286.98 Iowa DPS, services ...............................352.00 by Ross to adjourn. Carried unanimously. Dorothy A. Callaway
Dike, IA 50624
Knudsen, Paul Or Shelly, Transp Assistance .. Iowa Diesel Inj, parts/repairs .................167.80 Charles Bakker, Vice-chairman c/o Letz Law Firm PLC
...............................................................600.00 Jerico Services, supplies ...................25740.00 Mary L. Schmidt, County Auditor 9-1
Curtis Bakker P.O. Box 134
Konken Electric, Inc., Electrical Repairs .......... Jesco Industries, parts/repairs.............1056.74 Eldora, IA 50627
26946 160th St.
............................................................2,616.40 Donald Kampman, service ......................10.45
Dike, IA 50624
Kwik Star Stores, Gasoline/supplies ................ Karen’s Print-Rite, supplies ...................763.37 Executor of estate
............................................................1,290.77 Keystone Laboratories, tests .................100.00
Executors of estate
Larsen-reinicke Construction, Bldg Repairs .... Lawson Products, parts/supplies ...........782.39
...............................................................660.00 Legislative Services, supplies................200.00 Carl R. Letz, ICIA PIN No: AT0004618
know! 10 a.m. Monday!
Martin Bros Distributing Co, Food Products/ Dave Loftus, rent ...................................300.00 Heronimus, Schmidt, & Allen Attorney for executor
supplies ..................................................30.80 Manly Drug Store, meds ..........................96.15 Attorneys for executors Letz Law Firm PLC
Mastercard Corporate Clients, Supplies .......... Martin Bros, supplies ...............................19.16 630 G Avenue, Box 365 1321 Edgington Ave., P.O. Box 134
............................................................2,035.40 McMartin Tire, maintenance ....................27.00 Grundy Center, IA 50638 Eldora, IA 50627
Mid American Energy, Electricity/natural Gas .. McDowell & Sons, hauling .....................350.00 Date of second publication 10th day of March, Date of second publication 10th day of March,
............................................................5,761.39 Mediacom, services ...............................139.95 2011. 9-2 2011. 9-2
Grundy FOR THE RECORD Register Thursday, March 3, 2011 11
IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR GRUNDY COUNTY Notice of Sheriff’s Levy and Sale
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., AS
Grundy County Sheriffs Ofﬁce • 705 8th Street, Grundy Center, IA 50638 • (319) 824-6933
IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR GRUNDY COUNTY GRUNDY COUNTY Magistrate Court
TRUSTEE FOR SOUNDVIEW HOME CASE NO. EQCV058699
Chad Leroy Gorby, Evansdale, ford, fail to obey trafﬁc control de-
LOAN TRUST 2007-OPT1, STATE OF IOWA ) Docket No. (Sale No.) 11-0134
ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES ORIGINAL NOTICE ) SS Court No. EQCV058610
2007-OPT1, GRUNDY COUNTY ) operation w/o registration, $127.50 vice, $195
Sheriff Sale William Ross Towner, Lis- Kirk O. Abkes, Ackley, fail to
PLAINTIFF: CITIFINANCIAL, INC. comb, fail to maintain safety belts, display registration plate, $87
vs. vs. $127.50 Ryan Joseph Stefani, Cedar Falls,
TRAVIS FULTON, SPOUSE OF TRAVIS
DEFENDANT: RYAN L. HAUSER- IN REM
DEFENDANT: LEANN R. HAUSER - IN REM
Jessica Lynn Lavenz, New Hart- speeding, $114
FULTON, ANCHORED WALLS, INC., DEFENDANT: PARTIES IN POSSESSION AND ALL KNOWN AND UNKNOWN CLAIMANTS ford, speeding, $141 Candace Marie Buckley, Mar-
RICK JENSEN D/B/A JENSEN’S NEW AND ALL PERSONS KNOWN OR UNKNOWN CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST AND Joseph Sager, Reinbeck, fail to shalltown, speeding, $215.25
obey stop sign and yield right of Ann Elizabeth Lebo, Grundy
AND OLD CONSTRUCTION, VOSS ALL OF THEIR HEIRS, SPOUSES, ASSIGNS, GRANTEES, LEGATEES, DEVISEES AND ALL OF
REPAIR, INC., MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS WITH RESPECT TO THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED REAL
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, AS NOMINEE FOR ESTATE TO WIT: - IN REM way, $200 Center, fail to maintain registration
H & R BLOCK MORTGAGE CORPORATION,
AND PARTIES IN POSSESSION As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued
Thad Monroe Lents, Marshall- plate, $87
by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real town, speeding, $87 Joyce Ann Swangel, Gladbrook,
Defendants. Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: Aimee Joy Gethmann, Gladbrook, fail to obey stop sign and yield right
TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS:
A TRACT COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER
(NE 1/4) OF SECTION TWENTY-ONE (21), TOWNSHIP EIGHTY-NINE (89) NORTH, RANGE
dark window/windshield, $127.50 of way, $195
You are hereby notiﬁed that there is now on ﬁle in the Ofﬁce of the Clerk of the above Court, a SEVENTEEN (17) WEST OF THE 5TH P.M. AND THENCE 88 DEGREES 57’ LEFT FROM Caitlin Marie Woodruff, Mar- Clint William Damon, Eldora,
Petition, in the above-entitled action which prays for judgment in rem and in the principal amount SECTION LINE 1065.0 FEET; THENCE RIGHT 115 DEGREES 50’ 295.5 FEET; THENCE shalltown, speeding, $114 snowmobile/display of number, $87
Kyle Eugene Rhoads, Grundy Dennis Lane Bern, Reinbeck,
of $133,117.77 plus interest to 10/12/2010 in the amount of $4,648.57, and thereafter at the rate LEFT 21 DEGREES 17’ 594.5 FEET; THENCE RIGHT 69 DEGREES 20’ 449.5 FEET;
of 5.0% per annum, such amount equaling $18.24 per day, the costs of the action including report THENCE LEFT 37 DEGREES 00’ 180.0 FEET; THENCE LEFT 29 DEGREES 10’ 195.5 FEET;
of title costs $250.00, escrow advance of $199.10, other fees of $89.60, late charges of $499.20, THENCE RIGHT 74 DEGREES 10’ 302.5 FEET; THENCE RIGHT 97 DEGREES 00’ 1361.0 Cener, snowmobile/res. registration/ speeding, $87
recoverable balance of $2,523.99, and reasonable attorney fees and that said sums be declared
a lien upon the following-described premises at 23041 130th Street, Parkersburg, Grundy County,
FEET ALONG SECTION LINE BACK TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING IN GRUNDY COUNTY,
IOWA, EXCEPT PARCEL NO. 458-A DESCRIBED AS: BEGINNING AT THE EAST QUARTER
non-res. user permit, $127.50 Donald E. Koble, Cedar Falls,
Iowa, to-wit: CORNER OF SECTION TWENTY-ONE (21), TOWNSHIP EIGHT-NINE (89) NORTH, RANGE Dean Ray Storey, Reinbeck, fail speeding, $114
SEVENTEEN (17) WEST OF THE 5TH P.M., GRUNDY COUNTY, IOWA, THENCE NORTH 89 to maintain safety belts, $127.50 Shavonna Clarissa Dufauchard,
A piece of land 12 Rods Square lying in the Southwest corner of Section Seventeen (17),
Township Eighty-nine (89) North, Range Sixteen (16). West of the 5th P.M;
DEGREES 41’00” WEST, 1062.00 FEET, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF THE NORTHEAST
QUARTER (NE 1/4) OF SAID SECTION 21; THENCE NORTH 25 DEGREES 40’00” EAST,
Sam Henry Gerloff, New Hart- Waterloo, speeding, $228.75
285.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 4 DEGREES 23’00” EAST, 3198.65 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
that the mortgage on the above-described real estate be foreclosed; that a special execution issue 89 DEGREES 50”51” EAST, 485.89 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 2 DEGREES 02’42” WEST
for the sale of as much of the mortgaged premises as is necessary to satisfy the judgment; and for 277.16 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 88 DEGREES 56’54” EAST, 203.52 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
other relief as the Court may deem just and equitable. The attorney for the Plaintiff is Brian G. Sayer, 62 DEGREES 08’02” EAST, 43.80 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 88 DEGREES 28’50” EAST,
whose address is 531 Commercial Street, Suite 250; P. O. Box 2363, Waterloo, IA 50704-
2363, telephone (319) 232-3304, facsimile (319) 232-3639.
190.28 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 1 DEGREE 13’00” EAST, 273.00 FEET, ALONG THE EAST
LINE OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER (NE 1/4) OF SAID SECTION 21, TO THE POINT OF
GRUNDY COUNTY Sheriff’s Department
BEGINNING, SUBJECT TO HIGHWAY RIGHT OF WAY OF RECORD.
NOTICE A one vehicle accident occurred February 13 at 1:15 AM on Hwy 20
THE PLAINTIFF HAS ELECTED FORECLOSURE WITHOUT REDEMPTION. THIS MEANS THAT
THE SALE OF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY WILL OCCUR PROMPTLY AFTER ENTRY OF
Street Address: 13427 J AVE., PARKERSBURG, IOWA 50665
The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: at the 215 mile marker. JESSE GARDINER, age 30, Grundy Center, was
JUDGMENT UNLESS YOU FILE WITH THE COURT A WRITTEN DEMAND TO DELAY THE Date of Sale Time of Sale Place of Sale westbound and lost control at the off ramp. The vehicle entered the north
SALE. IF YOU FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND, THE SALE WILL BE DELAYED UNTIL SIX MONTHS 06/14/2011 10:00 AM Grundy County Sheriff’s Ofﬁce ditch and rolled coming to rest on its top. Gardiner’s 2005 Pontiac received
an estimated $6,000 damage. GARDINER was charged with FAILURE TO
FROM ENTRY OF JUDGMENT IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS YOUR RESIDENCE AND 705 8th St.
IS A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING OR UNTIL TWO MONTHS FROM ENTRY Grundy Center, Iowa 50638 Phone (319) 824-6933
OF JUDGMENT IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS NOT YOUR RESIDENCE OR IS YOUR MAINTAIN CONTROL, LEAVING THE SCENE OF A PERSONAL IN-
RESIDENCE BUT NOT A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING. YOU WILL HAVE NO RIGHT
OF REDEMPTION AFTER THE SALE. THE PURCHASER AT THE SALE WILL BE ENTITLED
Homestead: Defendant is advised that if the described real estate includes the homestead (which
must not exceed 1/2 acre if within a city or town plat, or, if rural, must not exceed 40 acres),
JURY ACCIDENT and THEFT 2nd. Investigated by GRUNDY COUNTY
TO IMMEDIATE POSSESSION OF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY. YOU MAY PURCHASE AT defendant must ﬁle a homestead plat with the Sheriff within ten (10) days after service of this notice, SHERIFF’S OFFICE.
THE SALE. IF YOU DO NOT FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND TO DELAY THE SALE AND IF THE or the Sheriff will have it platted and charge the costs to this case. A one vehicle accident occurred February 15 at 6:17 AM on Hwy 20 on
MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS YOUR RESIDENCE AND IS A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY
DWELLING, THEN A DEFICIENCY JUDGMENT WILL NOT BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU. IF YOU
This sale not subject to redemption.
Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to ramp at Hwy 14. CANZADIE MADEDONSKI, age 44, Parkersburg, was
DO FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND TO DELAY THE SALE, THEN A DEFICIENCY JUDGMENT MAY review speciﬁc provisions of the law and ﬁle appropriate notice, if applicable. eastbound and at the top of the on ramp when vehicle hit a patch of ice caus-
BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU IF THE PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THE MORTGAGED Judgment Amt Costs Accruing Costs ing the driver to lose control. Vehicle entered the south ditch. Madedonski’s
2004 Isuzu received an estimated $4,000 damage. No summons. Investigated
PROPERTY ARE INSUFFICIENT TO SATISFY THE AMOUNT OF THE MORTGAGED DEBT AND $72,994.34 $285.00 PLUS
COSTS. IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS NOT YOUR RESIDENCE OR IS NOT A ONE- Interest Attorney
FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING, THEN A DEFICIENCY JUDGMENT MAY BE ENTERED 6.996% OF $72,994.34 FROM 06/08/2010 Davis Brown Law Firm (515) 288-2500 by GRUNDY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE.
AGAINST YOU WHETHER OR NOT YOU FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND TO DELAY THE SALE.
Date Sheriff Deputy
TANNER HIBBS, age 22, Albion, was arrested February 19 at 7:25 AM
You are further notiﬁed that unless you serve and, within a reasonable time thereafter, ﬁle a motion 02/18/2011 Rick D. Penning Tim Wolthoff - Chief Deputy 9-2 on Hwy 20 at the 209 mile marker and charged with OWI 1st. Posted bond
or answer on or before March 23, 2011, in the Iowa District Court for Grundy County, Iowa, at the and released. Arrested by IOWA STATE PATROL.
Courthouse in Grundy Center, Iowa, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition. If you require the assistance of auxiliary aids or services to participate in A one vehicle accident occurred February 20 at 11:36 AM on Hwy 20
court because of a disability, immediately call your district ADA coordinator at 319-833-3332. (If you at the 220 mile marker. ZIHAD, JASAREVIC, age 20, Waterloo, was east-
are hearing impaired call Relay Iowa TTY (800) 735-2942). bound and lost control. The vehicle slid into the south ditch breaking off
Clerk of Court the mile marker post. Jasarevic’s 2006 Dodge received an estimated $3,500
Grundy County Courthouse damage. No summons, no injury. Investigated by GRUNDY COUNTY
Grundy Center, Iowa
IMPORTANT: YOU ARE ADVISED TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE AT ONCE TO PROTECT YOUR A one vehicle accident occurred February 21 at 9:15 AM on S-75 south of
INTERESTS. Hwy 175. ROY DIAMOND, age 90, Conrad, was southbound and lost con-
trol due to the ice covered roads. Vehicle spun into the northbound lane and
entered the east ditch coming to rest on its right side. Diamond’s 2004 Ford
received an estimated $3,000 damage. No summons, no injury. Investigated
IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR GRUNDY COUNTY
by GRUNDY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE.
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE, LLC, A two vehicle accident occurred February 21 at 12:40 PM in Conrad.
CASE NO. EQCVO58753 LANG LEONARD, age 78, Cedar Rapids, was backing in the school park-
ing lot and struck vehicle owned by JOHN EHN, age 56, Conrad, which was
vs. properly parked. Leonard’s 2001 Dodge received an estimated $200 damage.
AARON J. MERCER, SPOUSE OF AARON J.
Ehn’s 2004 Chrysler received an estimated $2,500 damage. No summons, no
MERCER AND PARTIES IN POSSESSION, injury. Investigated by GRUNDY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE.
A one vehicle accident occurred February 21 at 5:45 PM on Hwy 20 at
the 211 mile marker. SANDRA CAROLUS, age 43, Parkersburg, was west-
TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS: bound and lost control due to icy roads. The vehicle entered the north ditch
and coming to rest on its side. Carolus’ 2004 Chevrolet received an esti-
mated $2,500 damage. No summons, no injury. Investigated by GRUNDY
You are hereby notiﬁed that there is now on ﬁle in the Ofﬁce of the Clerk of the above Court, a
Petition, in the above-entitled action which prays for judgment in rem and in the principal amount
of $119,395.21 plus interest to 01/28/2011 in the amount of $4,421.98, and thereafter at the rate of COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE.
6.375% per annum, such amount equaling $20.87 per day, the costs of the action including report
of title costs $250.00, recoverable balance of $300.68, and reasonable attorney fees and that
A one vehicle accident occurred February 21 at 7:45 PM on 130th Street
said sums be declared a lien upon the following-described premises at 601 Lincoln St., Wellsburg, near V Avenue. HILARY VAN SOELEN, age 21, Sully, was eastbound and
Grundy County, Iowa, to-wit: lost control due to icy roads. The vehicle entered the south ditch and rolled
Lots 1, 2, 3 and the North half of Lot 4, all in Block 1 of Wauneta Heights Addition to the
coming to rest on its top. Van Soelen’s 2001 Chevrolet received an estimated
Town of Wellsburg, Iowa; $3,500 damage. No summons, no injury. Investigated by GRUNDY COUN-
TY SHERIFF’S OFFICE.
A two vehicle accident occurred February 22 at 8:50 AM at 250th and
that the mortgage on the above-described real estate be foreclosed; that a special execution issue
for the sale of as much of the mortgaged premises as is necessary to satisfy the judgment; and
for other relief as the Court may deem just and equitable. The attorney for the Plaintiff is Brian G. Nickel Avenue. LINDA ESLINGER, age 62, Grundy Center, was westbound
Sayer, whose address is 531 Commercial Street, Suite 250; P. O. Box 2363, Waterloo, IA 50704-
2363, telephone (319) 232-3304, facsimile (319) 232-3639.
on 250th. JOE DIER, age 27, Grundy Center, was southbound on Nickel Ave.
Eslinger stopped at the stop sign, looked and didn’t see anything and pulled
NOTICE out hitting Dier. Eslinger’s 2009 Buick received an estimated $2,000 dam-
THE PLAINTIFF HAS ELECTED FORECLOSURE WITHOUT REDEMPTION. THIS MEANS
age. Dier’s 2008 Ford received an estimated $1,000 damage. No summons,
THAT THE SALE OF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY WILL OCCUR PROMPTLY AFTER no injury. Investigated by GRUNDY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE.
ENTRY OF JUDGMENT UNLESS YOU FILE WITH THE COURT A WRITTEN DEMAND TO A one vehicle accident occurred February 22 at 5:23 PM on Hwy 20 at
the 220 mile marker. TAYLOR ELLIS, age 18, Allison, was westbound and
DELAY THE SALE. IF YOU FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND, THE SALE WILL BE DELAYED UNTIL
SIX MONTHS FROM ENTRY OF JUDGMENT IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS YOUR
RESIDENCE AND IS A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING OR UNTIL TWO MONTHS was distracted and dropped the left tires off onto the shoulder. Driver over-
FROM ENTRY OF JUDGMENT IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS NOT YOUR RESIDENCE
OR IS YOUR RESIDENCE BUT NOT A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING. YOU WILL
corrected and lost control sliding sideways across lanes and into the right
HAVE NO RIGHT OF REDEMPTION AFTER THE SALE. THE PURCHASER AT THE SALE WILL ditch. Vehicle rolled and came to rest on its side. Ellis’ 2011 Honda received
BE ENTITLED TO IMMEDIATE POSSESSION OF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY. YOU MAY an estimated $17,000 damage. No summons, no accident. Investigated by
PURCHASE AT THE SALE.
GRUNDY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE.
IF YOU DO NOT FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND TO DELAY THE SALE AND IF THE
Gun Safety & Permit to
MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS YOUR RESIDENCE AND IS A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY
DWELLING, THEN A DEFICIENCY JUDGMENT WILL NOT BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU. IF
GRUNDY COUNTY District Court
YOU DO FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND TO DELAY THE SALE, THEN A DEFICIENCY JUDGMENT
MAY BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU IF THE PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THE MORTGAGED
PROPERTY ARE INSUFFICIENT TO SATISFY THE AMOUNT OF THE MORTGAGED DEBT AND
David Lee Brigance, 51, Ack- dy Center; Stephen Lynn Bonk,
IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS NOT YOUR RESIDENCE OR IS NOT A ONE-FAMILY
ley; OWI 2nd - $1,875 ﬁne, 35% Respondent, Grundy Center. Mar-
OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING, THEN A DEFICIENCY JUDGMENT MAY BE ENTERED AGAINST For information contact: Raymond Brady (NRA Certified Instructor) at
YOU WHETHER OR NOT YOU FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND TO DELAY THE SALE. surcharge, $116.50 court costs, ried September 20, 1997 in Cedar email@example.com or call 641.485.9875
$10 DARE surcharge, 30 days jail Falls.
suspended except for 7 days cred- Elizabeth A. Dargan, Petitioner,
You are further notiﬁed that unless you serve and, within a reasonable time thereafter, ﬁle a
motion or answer on or before March 30, 2011, in the Iowa District Court for Grundy County, Iowa, This is a non-shooting course which teaches students the basic knowledge, skills, and
at the Courthouse in Grundy Center, Iowa, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the ited with time served, 12 months Dike; Frank P. Dargan, Respon- explains the attitude necessary for the safe handling and storage of firearms and
relief demanded in the Petition.
informal probation, obtain sub- dent, Cedar Falls. Married May ammunition in the home. This is a course for safe gun handling that is conducted in the
classroom only. Students are taught NRA’s three rules for safe gun handling; primary
If you require the assistance of auxiliary aids or services to participate in court because of stance abuse evaluation and com- 24, 1992 in rural Grundy County. causes of firearms accidents; firearm parts; how to unload certain action types;
a disability, immediately call your district ADA coordinator at 319-833-3332. (If you are hearing
impaired call Relay Iowa TTY (800) 735-2942).
ply with recommendations, com- Eugene Henry Engelkes, Peti- ammunition components; cleaning; care; safe storage of firearms in the home; and the
plete approved course for drinking tioner, Wellsburg; Melonie Anne benefits of becoming an active participant in the shooting sports.
Clerk of Court drivers. Engelkes, Respondent, Hazelton.
Completion of this class and the certificate provided are in compliance with the require-
Dissolution of marriages Married May 6, 2006 in Hamp-
Grundy County Courthouse
Grundy Center, Iowa ments to request a concealed weapons permit in the state of Iowa.
Gina Jo Bonk, Petitioner, Grun- ton.
IMPORTANT: YOU ARE ADVISED TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE AT ONCE TO PROTECT YOUR
INTERESTS. March 5 in Traer
Legals are your
8-3 March 19 in Gladbrook
March 26 in Story City
right to know!
PUBLIC NOTICE OF STORM WATER We also put on smaller classes in
DISCHARGE other locations as needed.
COLE EXCAVATING plans to submit a Notice Call or email for details.
of Intent to the Iowa Department of Natural Re-
sources to be covered under the NPDES Gen- FAMILY PRACTICE OF
General Permit No. 2 Storm Water Discharge C. J. LaTendresse, M.D.
Associated with Industrial Activity for Construc-
1506 G Ave., Grundy Center
The storm water discharge will be from CON- Office HOurs:
STRUCTION ACTIVITIES located in SE ¼,
SEC 12, T 87 N, R 17 W & SW ¼, SEC 7, T
87 N, R 16 W 1:00-5:00 Mon.-fri.
Storm water will be discharged from 2 point
source(s) and will be discharged to the follow-
call for appointment:
ing streams: MINNEHAHA CREEK
Comments may be submitted to the Storm Wa-
ter Discharge Coordinator, Iowa Department After Hours 824-6059
of Natural Resources, Environmental Protec- If no answer, call paging
tion Division, 502 E. 9th Street, Des Moines, service 1-319-291-8904
IA 50319-0034. The public may review the No-
tice of Intent from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday Blue Cross/Blue Shield Physician
through Friday, at the above address after it has We accept Medicare Assignment
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Grundy SPORTS Register Thursday, March 3, 2011 13
Sunday Night Mixed
West Fork dashes D-NH dream
Wolverines cannot The eighth-ranked Wolverines
Whatever’s— 45-35 looked primed for an upset against
Perfect Storm— 44-36 the No. 3 Warhawks through the ﬁrst
TeamM c—43- 37 holdBy17-point lead
half and much of the second. They
jumped ahead 11-0 in the ﬁrst four-
Heavy Hitters— 43-37
The Grundy Register plus minutes as West Fork turned
CEDAR FALLS – West Fork the ball over eight times in the ﬁrst
B-K Bowlers— 33-48 quarter and hit just two of its ﬁrst 10
Eunice Riesberg- 209, 615, 690 rallied from a double-digit second
half deﬁcit to claim its ﬁrst-ever shots. Every D-NH starter reached
Vicky Jessup- 249 the scoring column in the game’s
state basketball tournament berth
Steve Jessup- 224, 605 ﬁrst six minutes as the Wolverines
with a 51-45 victory over Dike-New
Jeff Havens- 230 followed the balanced formula
Hartford in the Class 2A, Substate 4
Jesse Behrends- 619 ﬁnal. that led them to the North Iowa
Team Mc- 690, 815, 2009, 2384 The Warhawks (24-0) held the Cedar League East Division title.
Wolverines scoreless over the game’s Josh Rekers’ bucket with 3:46 left
Lucky Strikers ﬁnal ﬁve minutes and trailed by as made it 11-0 before the WF found
Trunck’s Country Foods— 24-16 many as 17 points in the ﬁrst half. the scoreboard on a short Larson
GNB Insurance— 23-17 “They came out ready to roll, jumper.
Pink Kitties— 22-18 we came out a little sluggish,” West Dike-New Hartford’s early
Fork senior Seth Tuttle said with dominance continued into the second
Wild Wade’s Women— 21½-18½
the celebration still going on around quarter. A pair of Sean Morgan free
Miller Time—15½-24½ throws gave it a 21-5 lead four
Scotty’s Saloon— 14-26 him. “I knew that if we ﬁgured out
our defense and started playing minutes into the second quarter. The
Melanie Strohbehn- 187, 247 Wolverines’ largest lead came two
Jessica Miller- 452 how West Fork plays that we’d be
alright.” minutes later when Eric Joblinske’s
Tina Hasselmann- 640 ﬂoater in the lane made it 27-10.
Dike-New Hartford, meanwhile,
Trunck’s Country Foods- 603, is left wondering what could have Tuttle said Coach Jordan Nelson
1674 been. The Wolverines took the lead challenged him to step up his game
Pink Kitties- 817 in the game’s ﬁrst minute and held with the deﬁcit so large.
Miller Time- 2384 the advantage until Jace Winfrey’s “He told me this was going to be
breakaway layup with 2 minutes, my last game if I don’t pick it up,”
Classic League 10 seconds left tied the score 45- Tuttle said. “I think it rubbed off on
Olderog Tire—30-6 45. Forty-ﬁve seconds later, Jordan not just me, but the rest of the team.
Phelps Implement- 20-16 Hubka gave the Warhawks their Our guys really worked hard on
ﬁrst lead of the game on another defense after that. We really got the
RJ’s Lounge— 18-18
breakaway. Both came as West ball in the post, which we didn’t do
B.L.O.W.F.’S— 16-20 early, and I think that was the point in
Tom’s Car Care— 13-23 Fork gambled against passes as the
Wolverines attempted to run time off the game that turned us all around.”
Crystal Bowl—11-25 Over the next two minutes,
the clock. First Winfrey, then Tyler
Larson had key steals down the Tuttle took command. The 6-foot-9
Crystal-Ette University of Northern Iowa recruit
Crystal Bowl— 23½-12½ “We had a couple of errors and powered through a D-NH block
Lone Tree— 22-14 gave up some uncontested layups to rebound his own miss and put it
Team Subway— 21-15 that allowed them to get it tied up,” back in while being fouled. He hit Dike-New Hartford’s Daniel Schmitz drives under the basket as West Fork’s Tyler Larson attempts to draw
Scotty’s Sanitation— 14½-21½ Dike-New Hartford coach Greg the subsequent free throw to light the a charge. (John Jensen/The Grundy Register photo)
JohnnyRays— 14½-17½ Moore said. “Then they had the fuse on a 9-0 Warhawk run to wrap
Phelps— 12½-23½ momentum going their way and we up the half. Larson’s 3-pointer from The teams traded threes in the away. Tuttle’s post-up basket with were pretty special as far as bringing
Alyssa Sealman- 203 just couldn’t get it done.” the left wing as time expired made ﬁrst two minutes of the fourth, with 3:38 left made it a four-point game younger kids along with them. You
Chelsea Hulne- 240 It all added up to pandemonium it 27-19 and sent West Fork to the Lance Welsh hitting for Dike-New and a pair of Winfrey charity tosses hope you get that every year, but it
at a Cedar Falls High School locker room with the momentum it Hartford and Nate Plagge for West cut it to two before Winfrey’s tying doesn’t come along that often.
Teresa Appel- 553, 664
gymnasium that was sold out nearly needed. Fork. Tuttle’s second-chance bucket and Hubka’s go-ahead buckets. Dike-NH 15 12 11 7 – 45
JohnnyRays- 651, 846, 1812 “That was deﬁnitely big,” Tuttle pulled the Warhawks within three, Winfrey hit 3-of-4 free throws in the West orkF 5 14 14 18 – 51
Lone Tree- 2419 30 minutes before the opening tip. Dike-New Hartford (45) – Eric Joblinske
Sound levels reached deafening said. “We went into the locker room 41-38, before two straight Welsh ﬁnal minute to seal the victory. 6 2-2 14; Josh Rekers 3 0-0 7; Daniel Schmitz
proportions as the second-ranked jumping up and down screaming — baskets built the Wolverine lead “We were stuck on 45 for quite 2 0-0 4; Sean Morgan 3 2-2 8; Lance Welsh 5
Commercial it was crazy. I knew we were going back to seven, prompting Nelson to awhile,” Moore said. 0-0 11; Carson Parker 0 1-2 1; Byron Fritch
Warhawks made their fourth-quarter
3-D Construction— 196½-133½ to come out after halftime ready to use a timeout. West Fork is seeded second for 0 0-0 0; Si Eiklenborg 0 0-0 0. Totals 19 5-6
Hook Family Farm— 183-147 “It’s a big relief (to make state),” roll.” Nelson’s ﬁnal adjustment took the state tournament and will play West Fork (51) – Tyler Larson 5 1-4 13;
Van Wert Inc.— 165½-164½ Tuttle said. “After we lost to Wapsie West Fork cut the Dike-New away Welsh and everything else seventh-seeded Fort Dodge St. Seth Tuttle 6 9-12 22; Jace Winfrey 1 7-8 9;
Crystal Bowl— 156-174 Valley last year we really worked Hartford lead to six in the ﬁrst minute Dike-New Hartford was trying to Edmond next Wednesday (March Payton Plagge 0 0-2 0; Nate Plagge 1 0-0 3;
Wieland & Sons—144½-185½ extremely hard this summer. It’s of the third Stanza before Joblinske do. 8) at 12:05 p.m. at the Wells Fargo Hunter Clausen 0 0-0 0; Ryan Gossweiler 0
0-0 0; Jordan Hubka 2 0-0 4; Sam Siefken 0
Crop Production Serv.—144½-185½ unbelievable — I have no words for found a weak spot in the Warhawk “We got in a little foul trouble Arena in Des Moines. 0-0 0. Totals 15 17-26 51.
Curt Stahl- 635, 230 it.” defense, scoring eight of his team- there and offensively that kind of Moore reﬂected on a senior- 3-point goals: Dike-New Hartford 2
Bob Getting- 604, 244 Emotions were much more high 14 points over the next two changes things for us, and then dominated team that won its ﬁrst (Rekers, Welsh), West Fork 4 (Larson 2,
subdued for a Wolverine team that minutes to build the Wolverine lead coming out and maybe not attacking NICL West title in more than a Tuttle, N. Plagge). Rebounds: Dike-New
Jeff Havens- 580, 217 Hartford 24 (Joblinske 7), West Fork 26
was attempting to reach the state back to 10, 35-25. The lead reached the basket the way we needed to in decade.
Ken Bonk- 562 (Tuttle 10). Assists: Dike-New Hartford 14
tournament for the ﬁrst time since 11 on a Carson Parker free throw that second part of the fourth quarter “This is a group of kids that get (Joblinske 5), West Fork 9 (Tuttle 4). Steals:
Dave Hummel- 558, 214 when Larson hit another crucial three (hurt us),” Moore said. “A lot of it along so well together, and these
Justin Beenken- 557, 205 2000 and the second time in school Dike-New Hartford 7 (Joblinske 2, Welsh 2),
history. D-NH has lost in the substate to spark another West Fork run, this was because of the defense they seniors have made it a family on the West Fork 11 (Tuttle 5).
Judd Lyons- 552 one cutting the D-NH lead to ﬁve, were playing.” basketball team,” Moore said. “You Fouled out: None. Total fouls: Dike-New
round three times in the last six
Steve Schmitt- 547, 208 38-33 entering the ﬁnal stanza. Meanwhile, West Fork chipped don’t get that every year. These kids Hartford 20, West Fork 10. Technical foul:
Eight Cougars, ﬁve Spartans earn all-NICL West honors
Ninteen local basketball players (104 of 142). Frisch became Grundy
have been named to North Iowa Ce- Center’s go-to player in the second North Iowa Cedar League West Division North Iowa Cedar League West Division
dar League West Division teams an- half of the year as the Spartans won All-Conference Boys’ Basketball All-Conference Boys’ Basketball
nounced this week. 11 of their ﬁnal 14 games on their
Eight AGWSR Cougars, six way to a regional ﬁnal berth. She av- First Team First Team
Gladbrook-Reinbeck Rebels and ﬁve eraged a team-high 13.2 points per Team Ht. Yr. PPG RBpg Team Ht. Yr. PPG RBpg
Grundy Center Spartans were named game while ranking second on the Josh Bagley AGWSR 5-9 Soph. 13.2 3.0 Lauren Bengen Gladbrook-Reinbeck 5-8 Sr. 18.5 4.0
to the teams, which were selected by team in rebounds and steals. Parker Bolt Gladbrook-Reinbeck 6-3 Jr. 16.5 5.5 Sarah Frisch Grundy Center 5-11 Jr. 13.3 6.5
Tanner Heikens AGWSR 6-3 Sr. 12.0 8.5 Megan Pieters AGWSR 6-1 Sr. 15.0 10.8
conference coaches. AGWSR led local squads with Jordan Mills AGWSR 5-8 Sr. 13.2 2.0 Molly Underwood West Marshall 5-6 Sr. 11.6 4.9
AGWSR senior Megan Pieters three ﬁrst-team picks. Seniors Jor- Dalton Ferch West Marshall 5-10 Jr. 12 4 Alexa Hotopp West Marshall 6-0 Sr. 12.8 7.9
was named the league’s Girls’ Out- dan Mills and Tanner Heikens and Michael Newton West Marshall 6-6 Jr. 17.2 6.5 Tara Gray East Marshall 5-11 Sr. 17.1 9.1
standing Player after leading the sophomore Josh Bagley combined Luke Erbes BCLUW 6-6 Sr. 11.9 7.3 Courtney Amundson BCLUW Jr. 16.3 3.0
Second Team Second Team
Cougars to the division title. She av- for 37.4 points per game, with Mills Team Ht. Yr. PPG RBpg Team Ht. Yr. PPG RBpg
eraged 15 points and 10.8 rebounds scoring 12.6 and both Bagley and Jordan Curren Grundy Center 6-1 Sr. 12.2 5.0 Samantha Heitland AGWSR 5-10 Sr. 9.0 6.3
per game while shooting 55 percent Heikens 12.4. Heikens pulled down Logan Peterson Gladbrook-Reinbeck 5-9 Sr. 7.2 3 ast/game Heather Hook Grundy Center 6-0 Soph. 12.4 7.0
from the ﬁeld. She pulled down a team-high 170 rebounds and dished Duncan Ferch West Marshall 6-2 Fr. 6.1 5.0 Jani Lippert AGWSR 5-8 Sr. 8.7 3.7
86 offensive rebounds and had 57 out a team-leading 75 assists while Luke Wilson East Marshall 6-1 Sr. 8.7 3.2 Paige Thompson Gladbrook-Reinbeck 5-6 Jr. 11.3 136 assists
Jay Welp BCLUW 6-2 Sr. 9.4 9.6 McKenzie Shipley West Marshall 5-8 Jr. 10.3 4.2
blocked shots. Bagley ranked on the team in assists Andrew Stone South Hardin 6-6 Jr. 11.9 7.8 Abby Nuese East Marshall 5-9 Jr. 12.7 5.0
Also honored was Cougar Coach and Mills second in steals. Dayton Balvanz South Hardin 6-4 Jr. 11.6 6.3 McKenzie Heue South Hardin 5-6 Sr. 7.0 7.0
Bruce Dall as Coach of the Year. Gladbrook-Reinbeck’s Parker
Other area ﬁrst-team girls’ selec- Bolt ranked second in the confer- Area Honorable Mention Area Honorable Mention
Team Ht. Yr. PPG RBpg Team Ht. Yr. PPG RBpg
tions included Grundy Center junior ence with 16.6 points per game. He Austin Appel Grundy Center 6-2 Sr. 9.6 5.4 Addi Kickbush Gladbrook-Reinbeck 5-8 Jr. 11.7 3.0
Sarah Frisch and Gladbrook-Rein- ranked fourth in the conference with Nick Frazier AGWSR 6-3 Sr. 7.0 6.1 Samantha Myers Grundy Center 5-11 Soph. 9.0 5.6
beck senior Lauren Bengen. 37 blocked shots this year. Jacob Smoldt Gladbrook-Reinbeck 6-0 Soph. 9.0 5.0 Shelby Weichers AGWSR 5-7 Sr. 4.6 2.9
Both led turnarounds for teams Grundy Center senior Jordan Coach of the Year — David Shipley, West Marshall Coach of the Year — Bruce Dall, AGWSR
that ﬁnished near the bottom of the Curren was a second-team pick after Outstanding Player — Dalton Ferch, West Marshall Outstanding Player — Megan Pieters, AGWSR
league a year ago. Bengen led the scoring a team-high 12.2 points per
league with 18.5 points per game, game.
keying a Rebel team that ranked West Marshall Coach David
second in the state in scoring. She
drained 41 3-pointers and shot 73
Shipley was named Coach of the
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