1 Proudly Serving All Of Keokuk County Since 1860 $1.00 PO Box 285, 114 E. Washington St. SIGOURNEY, Iowa WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 2014 NUMBER 23, 154TH YEAR Inside This Issue TC Alumni Banquet... Pg. 2 Pekin Track... Pg. 2 Milestones...Pg. 3 Obituaries... Pg. 4 Calendar of Events... Pg. 5 SHS Band & Choir Concert... Pg. 6 Opinions/Editorials... Pg. 8 Classifieds...Pg. 9 Legal Notices...Pg. 10 Baseball/Softball...Pg. 12 EV Golf... Pg. 13 Salute to State Track...Pg. 14 Memorial Ride to Remember Harkin s In the Footsteps of History Tour Visits Keokuk County, June 13 Harkin Aide to Visit Keokuk County as Part of In the Footsteps of History Tour Will see renovations made possible by Harkin Main Street Grant impact of federal funding on the community Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA) announced his aide, Tamara Milton, is visiting Keokuk County on Friday, June 13, as part of a summer tour highlighting Harkin s partnership with Iowa communities through the years. Community members are encouraged to attend at 1 p.m. at the Sigourney City Hall, 100 N. Main St., Sigourney. Milton will meet with local officials at Sigourney City Hall to discuss how assistance secured by Harkin In August of 1944 the City of Keota, dedicated a World War II Memorial listing all Keota area men and women who had served or were serving in World War II. By the time the war had ended, close to 500 names graced the Memorial. This Memorial stood on Broadway Avenue (Main Street) in downtown Keota and was said to be one of the finest in the state. Over 2000 area citizens attended the dedication. Through the years, the Memorial shined both day and night, but weather and time took its toll and the Memorial was dismantled in the mid-1960s. The Memorial was replaced by a stone monument in the Wilson Memorial Park, with an inscription To the lasting memory of the gallant who gave their full measure of devotion and service to our glorious country. A beautiful framed photo of the original memorial hangs in the Keota V.F.W. When people see this photo for the first time they instinctively ask where it is located. When informed that it use to stand on Main Street, but was torn down, they first ask why and then inquire about rebuilding the Memorial. A few years ago, a new memorial similar to the World News-Review Deadlines Are Always 5 p.m. through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is helping the community. Since Fiscal Year 2002, more than $1 million has come to the area in grants that has provided firefighting equipment, training and vehicle acquisition. In 2009, the City of Sigourney was awarded a $69,475 U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) s Community Oriented Policing Services Secure our Schools Grant to increase school security in the district. Additionally, officials will see Main Street renovations made possible by federal funding. In 2002, the City of Sigourney was awarded a $40,000 Harkin Main Street Grant to rehabilitate two properties into affordable housing apartments and a restaurant. Keota VFW Memorial Auction War II Memorial was discussed. Many ideas were explored and a proposal was presented to area citizens, Veterans and organizations. In November of 2013, a Veteran s Tribute by William (Bill) Hultman was produced; local talent was used and the proceeds were used as the first step in fundraising for a new memorial. A Veteran s Memorial Committee was formed and it has been meeting for several months. Members include: Dave Hobscheidt (Chairman), Marilyn Sieren, Linda Werger, Pat Hultman, Gina Bennett, Duane Sprouse, Mike McNurlen, Mary Ann Bell, Melinda Eakins, Josh Carr and Larry Gale Sanders. The new memorial will have the individual names of all area men and women who have served; members of the Keota Grand Army of The Republic, The Keota American Legion, the Keota Veterans of Foreign Wars, were listed on one or more of the Keota Honor Rolls, attended school in the Keota area or buried in one of the area cemeteries. To date over 1300 names have been compiled. A site for the new memorial has been tentatively selected on Main Street, but final transaction is still in the process. The total cost of the memorial is approximately $125,000. So far, $32,000 has been raised, which is about 25 percent of the total projected cost. Two big fundraisers are coming up the first is a Benefit Auction on Saturday, June 14, following the Keota Fun Days Grand Parade and the second is a Keota Unlimited s Labor Day Weekend Raffle. For more information, see the advertisement in this week s News- Review or contact a Veteran s Memorial Committee member. Submitted upon request, written by Rabbi of What Cheer The Vietnam Veterans memorial was finished and dedicated in I was living in Des Moines at the time so it became an almost daily routine to stop and commune with the Iowa veterans who fell during the Vietnam War. In 1989 I traveled to Washington D.C. to perform a song I had written titled My Brothers Missing at the Lincoln Memorial on Memorial Day week end. During that time the national Rolling Thunder motorcycle tribute to Vietnam veterans was taking place. On returning to Iowa, plans were conceived and put in place to have a state Vietnam veterans memorial motorcycle parade. At the time, Vietnam veterans were still not being treated with the respect they deserved so we took it upon ourselves to honor those who had served in Southeast Asia. Several years into the event, due to the support of the public, mostly the biker community we dropped the Vietnam veterans motorcycle parade and just became Iowa Thunder a motorcycle tribute to all veterans. The interim let us discard the stigma of social outcast that we had suffered since the war ended. In the new mission to honor all veterans, our mission statement became to insure the families of all veterans, that the service and sacrifice of their sons and daughters would not be forgotten by those who understand the price of the freedoms we enjoy. One of the core elements of the honor ceremony at the memorial garden in Des Moines has become the Spirit Bell For each casualty of our current conflict for the preceding 12 month period, the bell is rang as the fallen names are called out. The first ride was just that, a ride, about 650 loosely organized motorcycles, a poorly planned route and no thought to a ceremony or speaker at the memorial. Routes were rethought and the current Southridge Mall staging area came about in year four. We have tried adding some prestige with the presence of various Color Guards, Rifle squads Relay Returns to Sigourney Square The 2014 Keokuk County Relay for Life is returning to the Sigourney square on Saturday, June 7. A new planning committee has released the following schedule for the 2014 event: 6 p.m.: Boy Scouts to present the flags 6-6:30: Opening/Survivor Ceremony 6:30-7: Studio E dancing 7-7:30: Tae Kwon Do performance 7:30-8:30: Band Breaking Adam to perform 8:45: Civil Servant Lap 9 p.m.: Lighting of Luminary (names will be read by Keokuk County Sheriff Casey Hinnah and Sigourney Mayor Terry Hollingsworth) and buglers. but our success seems to lie in the lack of fanfare. Somewhere along the way we picked up a public address system, then came the cordless mike which allows me to move through the crowd during the spirit bell ceremony. The two most significant changes would be the faces of the riders, there are a lot of gray beards. While we have gotten older in the event, so have the riders who return each year. Not so surprisingly there is a strong mix of veteran and non veteran riders. Each year seems to draw a number of younger riders. I think the connection to the families of those we honor is key to that but also there are some younger folk searching for answers and wanting to be a part of support for our warriors. Our intent is keep focus on the families for those who have fallen and staying abreast of current involvements in conflicts. Our core, is emotion. In the beginning, we were besieged with comments of, let it die, Vietnam is history, stuff like this just reminds the families of their loss. The new generation of Gold Star families are having none of that. They are not going to put memories in a box, on a shelf in the closet. They want their children remembered. One comment I hear from our current warriors is, we feel bad being treated the way we are, the honor and respect, the homecoming crowds and flag lines at the airports, its not fair to the Vietnam vets after the way you were treated. Nothing will change the way we were treated. What has changed is the way the world views those who answer the call to service. The way the veterans from Iraq and Afghan are being treated is just, you have earned it, it is the Welcome Home we never got. 9:35: Announce the winner of Silent Auction 10 p.m.: Closing Ceremony Special features at the 2014 Keokuk County Relay for Life include: ~ Kathy Glandon-making balloon animals ~ Police Auxiliary-Relay tattoos ~ Jump Ropes for kids and adults to play with ~ Silent Auction Baskets designed by each team to be displayed until 9:30 with the winners announced at 9:35. Baskets are due to Anna Clark by June 4 and may be dropped off at Keokuk County Health Center during day time or at 603 Ringgold St., Sigourney in the evenings. Keokuk County 4-H Program Honors Senior 4-H Members Tiana Slaney She is the daughter of Bill and Sue Slaney and sister to Thomas. S h e attends Pekin High School and is a member of the Patriotic Panthers 4-H Club. Her 4-H projects include Photography, Home Improvement, Sewing and Needle Arts as well as Communications. She is involved with this 4-H activities: Ag Olympics. Jessica s special 4-H memory or highlight was working the exhibit with Jenna Swanson at the State Fair. Her other activities include: Volleyball, Basketball, Track, Softball, National Honor Society, TAG, Spanish Club, Ruritan Rising Seniors, Quiz Bowl, Speech, Drama, FOF Youth Group. Upon graduation, Tiana plans to major in Business Pre-Law at Southern Illinois University.
2 2 Wednesday, June 4, 2014 Keota Veterans Memorial Auction In August of 1944 the City of Keota, dedicated a World War II Memorial listing all Keota area men and women who had served or were serving in World War II. By the time the war had ended, close to 500 names graced the Memorial. This Memorial stood on Broadway Avenue (Main Street) in downtown Keota and was said to be one of the finest in the state. Over 2000 area citizens attended the dedication. Through the years, the Memorial shined both day and night, but weather and time took its toll and the Memorial was dismantled in the mid-1960s. The Memorial was replaced by a stone monument in the Wilson Memorial Park, with an inscription To the lasting memory of the gallant who gave their full measure of devotion and service to our glorious country. A beautiful framed photo of the original memorial hangs in the Keota V.F.W. When people see this photo for the first time they instinctively ask where it is located. When informed that it use to stand on Main Street, but was torn down, they first ask why and then inquire about rebuilding the Memorial. A few years ago, a new memorial similar to the World War II Memorial was discussed. Many ideas were explored and a proposal was presented to area citizens, Veterans and organizations. In November of 2013, a Veteran s Tribute by William (Bill) Hultman was produced; local talent was used and the proceeds were used as the first step in fundraising for a new memorial. A Veteran s Memorial Committee was formed and it has been meeting for several months. Members include: Dave Hobscheidt (Chairman), Marilyn Sieren, Linda Werger, Pat Hultman, Gina Bennett, Duane Sprouse, Mike McNurlen, Mary Ann Bell, Melinda Eakins, Josh Carr and Larry Gale Sanders. The new memorial will have the individual names of all area men and women who have served; members of the Keota Grand Army of The Republic, The Keota American Legion, the Keota Veterans of Foreign Wars, were listed on one or more of the Keota Honor Rolls, attended school in the Keota area or buried in one of the area cemeteries. To date over 1300 names have been compiled. A site for the new memorial has been tentatively selected on Main Street, but the final transaction is still in the process. The total cost of the memorial is approximately $125,000. So far, $32,000 has been raised, which is about 25 percent of the total projected cost. Two big fundraisers are coming up the first is a Benefit Auction on Saturday, June 14, following the Keota Fun Days Grand Parade and the second is a Keota Unlimited s Labor Day Weekend Raffle. For more information, see the advertisement in this week s News-Review or contact a Veteran s Memorial Committee member. Cleary has been building solid relationships for over 36 years for good reason we treat our Clients like family. Panthers Stand Tall Together at Iowa Tri-County Alumni Banquet State Track & Field Championships By Adam Meier, Regional Sports Editor 5/22 5/24 Iowa State Track & Field Championships What motivates Pekin s track and field athletes? Listening to their comments following whatever event just got over with makes the answer obvious. We all pump each other up, senior Jess Horras. We push each other really hard, sophomore Christian Wittrock. We blend really well together and that s all that matters, senior Brody Long. It s clear that one of, if not the key motivating factor surrounding Pekin track & field is the drive of each athlete to perform the best for one another. That drive, which comes from the simple fact that most of the Panthers have such close friendships with one another, helped propel the Pekin boys and girls track & field teams to impressive showings at the State Track & Field Championships in Des Moines. Pekin s girls squad accumulated a total of 40 points as a team to finish fourth, while the boys squad tallied 11 points to tie for 12th. In one of the very first events of the meet, sophomores and best friends Gwynne Wright and Taylor Lock started side-byside in the 3,000 and they both finished nicely. I knew we had a chance to do something great, Wright said about the 3,000. Taylor s really talented. We were hoping to come away with some points. I m really happy for both of us. Wright placed second behind Griswold s Rebekah Topham (9:57) with a time of 10:36, while Lock ran a time of 11:29 to place 19th. She s my best friend and she pushes me every single practice, Lock said about Wright. Whenever we get on the track I try to stay with her for a couple laps and keep her in my sights, which is really hard to do. If not for Griswold s Topham, Wright might have very well came home holding three gold medals, but instead, Wright had to settle for three silvers. Wright finished second to Topham, a junior, in both the 1,500 (4:58) and the 800 (2:19). Still, it was an incredible threeday stretch for Wright, which was highlighted by getting the handoff from her older sister, Samantha, for the anchor leg of the distance medley. Despite a shaky handoff that resulted in the Wrights tripping, the Panthers still placed 5th (4:21); Kaylee Linder and Sloan Reighard ran the first two legs. Pekin s boys distance medley of Tyler & Chase Copeland, Christian Wittrock and Cade Millikin, finished in CALL US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION! FAIRFIELD, IA Building pictured is not priced in ad. Crew travel required over 50 miles. Local building code modiﬁcations extra. 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Chase, who ran the anchor leg in two of his three relays at State, has a different mindset than his younger brother, specifically in the 4x200 alongside a certain team from the South Iowa Cedar League. What s going through my head is that I don t want to have to worry about anyone but Lynnville-Sully; that ended up working out that way, Copeland said about getting the baton in the 4x200. I gotta go, is what I was thinking the whole time. The Panthers got second in their heat and sixth overall, while Lynnville-Sully placed second in the 4x200 and won the 4x100. Copeland also ran in the 100-meter dash and placed tenth in a time of seconds. Pekin s 4x100 and 4x200 relays almost looked a lot differently this season, as senior Brody Long was convinced by his now teammates to join the team. I didn t go out my junior year, but these guys talked me into going out my senior year and I m glad I did, said Long after running the 4x200. It feels great; I wouldn t want my last year to go any other way. Another of Pekin s seniors, Cade Millikin, ran the anchor leg of the 4x800. The group of Ryan Millikin, Austin Fariss, Cole Reighard and Cade Millikin, combined to run a time of 8:40 to finish 13th. Ryan Millikin, the lone freshman qualifier in the 1,600 in Class 1A, clocked in with a time of 4:52 to place 19th. Continuing on the trend of seniors competing for the last time in their Pekin uniforms, Samantha Wright, Jess Horras and throwers Eric Adam & Jared Bond all put stamps on their careers in Des Moines. Wright placed 24th (1:14) in the 400-meter hurdles and helped Pekin s 4x400 of Whitney Horras, Tayler Winn and Taylor Reynolds, place 23rd in a time of 4:23. Jess Horras, who has had to overcome a lot throughout her senior year, ran in Pekin s Contact Christina Peiffer For Your Insurance Needs! 4x100 and sprint medley relays. I ve had some injuries, with a concussion and some other things, Horras said. But I put in a lot of hard work. We worked together a lot as a team. Horras, along with Mallory Reed, Nikole Arendt and Kaylee Linder, combined to run a time of seconds in the 4x100 to place sixth overall. In the sprint medley Horras, Reed, Linder and Taylor Reynolds, placed 14th with a time of 1:56. Reed also placed ninth in the 100-meter hurdles (16.20 seconds), while Reynolds, along with Sloan Reighard, Whitney Horras and Shea Dahlstrom, finished 19th in the 4x800 in a time of 10:27. Eric Adam scored points for the Panthers in the shot put, while Jared Bond did the same for Pekin in the discus. Adam placed sixth in the shot put with a distance of 49 3, while Bond placed 13th ( ). In the discus Bond came in seventh place with a toss of 147 7, and Adam finished 20th with a throw of Junior Bridget Fritchen nearly matched her personal best in the discus to finish eighth with a throw of 109 3, while Shelbie Williams threw 97 6 and placed 21st. Williams, a sophomore, had a much stronger outing in the shot put, however, and her only motivating factor was herself. I wanted to at least get about 30 feet and not choke like I did last year, Williams said about her mindset going in. I thought I threw pretty good, especially coming in with my arm the way it is. Williams ailing forearm muscles didn t stop her from throwing and finishing in second place. When asked what her goal is for next year, Williams answer was simple and straightforward: Being the champion is my goal. I want to throw 40 feet. Pekin also took two boy and two girl high jumpers to Des Moines. After pushing each other to their peaks all spring, Coltan Lanman and Zach Conger, along with Beth Atwood and Kaysha Dodson, counted their steps and placed their pieces of tape for the last time this season. Lanman, a junior, had the best performance of any Panther in the high jump, finishing sixth with an impressive mark of 6 2. Meanwhile, Conger, who is just a freshman, cleared 6 0 and finished 14th. Atwood and Dodson, who are both sophomores, finished 18th and 19th, respectively, with Atwood clearing 4 10 and Dodson clearing 4 8. The friendly competition of the Pekin high jumpers epitomizes the nature of what goes on within the Pekin track & field program and it s what has contributed to its success. These athletes want to not only do the best they can, they want to see the person next to them do as best as they can. That mutual energy is, in large part, what feeds the program, and it s what fueled the Panthers to such great success this past spring. Kaylee Linder, a freshman no less, already has the right idea: Our team is like a family, she said. And she s right, Pekin track and field is like a family. Tri-County Alumni met on Saturday, May 24, at the TriCounty gymnasium for their annual meeting and banquet. Special honored guests included John McCurdy of Des Moines, who graduated from Gibson High School in 1934 and Neva Fisher Ewald of Sigourney, who graduated from What Cheer High School in Tri-County Alumni elected officers at their annual meeting on May 24. Pictured, left to right, are: Jane Green Larson, secretary; Janice Huffman Tish, 2nd vice president; Norma Green Harvey, 1st vice president; Shirley Green Tremmel and Carol Ridgeway, a volunteer assisting the Alumni Board. Not pictured, Sandy Van Patten, treasurer.) Classmates of Tri-County 1959 South High School met for their 55th Class Reunion. Pictured, left to right, are: front row: Myra Walker Kerger, Jack Blaylock, Coreen Kitzman Renner and Janice Huffman Tish; back row: Gordon Hellman, Kathy Just Anderson, Jane Green Larson, Richard Puder and Russell Fogle. The Class of 1964 celebrated their 50th Year Reunion. Pictured, left to right, front row: Charlotte Purdy Foster, Penny Benzing Headly and Janice Oliver Strong; back row: James Striegel, Susan McDonald Durian and Sid Maxwell I ClearyBuilding.com Post & Frame Buildings Steel Roofing & Siding Butch s Sales Dave Goldman 720 South Stone St., Sigourney The Class of 1989 celebrated their 25 Year Class Reunion. As part of the evening program, this class group presented a plaque in memory of a former classmate, Deputy Sheriff Eric Stein. Pictured, left to right, front row: Heather Hudson Bombei, Nichole Stoops Behrens, Christine Smith Howard and Angie Tish Meyer; back row, Patrick Headley, Billy George and Daryl Coble.
3 Wednesday, June April 4, 23, In Search of Our Ancient Americans At English Valleys History Center The English Valleys History Center is presenting a program entitled In Search of Our Ancient Americans on Sunday, June 22, at 2:00 p.m. at the History Center. Bill Anderson of Richland, will discuss what life was like in the past in Keokuk County along the Skunk River based upon the clues from that archaeologists have found. He will also share some of the history of Chiefs Keokuk and Wapello. Bill Anderson has had a long time interest in archaeology, Native Americans and the history of Iowa. He is a native of Blakesburg in Wapello County and has spent a lifetime as an educator. He retired from Pekin Community Schools in 1994 after 32 years as a classroom teacher, coach, and administrator. He spent the last several years before retirement teaching middle school social Auxiliary Places Flags On Graves at Sorden The Auxiliary of Keswick American Legion James Murphy Post No. 319 met at the Sorden Cemetery on Thursday, May 22 at 4:15 p.m. along with the Sorden Cemetery Association for the purpose of placing flags and wreaths on the grave sites of the veterans and 12 members were in attendance. The avenue flags were in place and the weather was ideal. After placing 142 flags and wreaths on veteran s grave sites the group gathered at the Legion Hall for refreshments served by Karen Sharper. The annual Memorial Day program was held at the Sorden cemetery Monday May 26 at 2 p.m. The winners for the poppy posters are as follows: 2nd Grade First Place - December Davis Second Place - Logan Toloza 3rd Grade First Place - Delanie Little Second Place - Macy Schmidt The next meeting Thursday, June 26. Carla Burdock is presenting the program and Sandra Hudson is Hostess. studies, with a strong emphasis on archaeology and Native Americans. He founded the Southeast Iowa Archaeology Chapter of the Iowa Archaeological Society several years ago and has served in the past as President of the Iowa Archaeological Society. He is a long-standing member of the I.A.S. and has worked with the Office of the State Archaeologist. He has been married to his wife, Pauline, for 55 years, and they are parents of two children and six grandchildren. Bill and Pauline are long-time residents of Richland where they are involved in community and church activities. The EV History Center is located at 108 N. Main Street in North English, and all are invited to attend this event at no charge. Donations are accepted. Hats & More Meet At Sirloin Stockade Hats & More members arrived at Sirloin Stockade in Ottumwa for their Thursday, May 22 meeting in spite of all the detours, road construction and showers. We were comforted by the tasty buffet and relating our stories about our trip there. Prize winners were Janet Wade and Carla Burdock. May baskets filled with goodies were used as table decorations, and was hosted Clarene Krumm and Althes Lucas. The Wednesday, June 18 meeting is at Tequila Grill in Sigourney at 11:30 a.m. and hosted by Florence Johnston, Karen Sharper, and Carla Burdock. Sign Up for Hunter s Education Course Sign up now in the Recorder s Office for Saturday, June 21, a.m.-4:30 p.m. Keokuk County Sportsmen s Club th Ave., Sigourney. Class size limited to 30 students Option 1: 15 students may register through the Keokuk County Recorder s Officer. Option 2: 15 students can register online at ClassDetail/986/ and lunch is provided. Students Graduate From Indian Hills Indian Hills Community College released the names of the students who completed their graduation requirements at the end of the 2014 Spring Term. Deep River: Jennifer A. Henry (AAS) Delta: Destiny A. Adams (AAS), Felicia J. Ingle (AAS), Charleen L. Souer (Diploma), Carolyn S. Walden (AAS) Fremont: Tyler D. Archer (AA), Nathan L. Hinton (Diploma), Miranda L. Songer (Diploma), Rachel E. Welch (AA and AAS) Hedrick: Trenton D. Conger (Diploma), Destiny R. Harvey (AA, AAS and Diploma), Jonathan W. Irwin (Diploma), Zach M. Lemay (Diploma), Brandy E. Millikin (AA and AAS), Bobbi J. Mosbey (AA) Keota: Caleb J. Ahrens (AA), Stephanie N. Baker (Diploma), Lucas A. Snedigar (AAS) New Sharon: Daniel J. Vande Voort (AA) North English: Jennifer L. Blaylock (AA) Ollie: Anna M. Wilcox (AA and AAS) Packwood: Cathy R. Askew (Diploma), Stratton R. Bond (AA), Niccole R. Giberson (AA), Athena Dawn Suttles (AA) Richland: Clayton Essary (Diploma), William J. Holmes (AAS), Dakota J. Lisk (Diploma), Rachel N. Shaw (AAS) Sigourney: Isaac O. Utterback (Diploma), Gretchen A. Witzenburg (AA), Loretta L. Witzenburg (AA) Webster: Kimberlee L. Garringer (AAS) What Cheer: Leah E. Boyer (Diploma), Morgan Duncan (Diploma). Stick-To-It Meets, Makes Donations In their April meeting, the Stick-To-It 4-H club made donations to the following causes and projects to show gratitude and appreciation for our community. $100 was set aside to buy new equipment for the 4-H dog obedience at the fairgrounds. $150 was pledged to the Lord s Pantry, to help the struggling members of Sigourney and those in surrounding areas. $200 was pledged to the Sigourney Park, to help liven up the community around the area and promote communication. $50 was pledged to the local chapter of Mary s Meals, which provides meals to starving children in Africa. This was to help better the lives of those less fortunate in this world and help better the world view and be loyal to our fellow human beings. Iowa Newspaper Foundation Award Eleven Scholarships Eleven Iowa students were selected as recipients of Iowa Newspaper Foundation scholarships for the academic year. The scholarships are awarded to students preparing for a career in the newspaper industry. This year s awards and recipients include: Le Mars Daily Sentinel Scholarship, $500: Jamie Byrnes graduated from Harlan Community High School and attends Morningside College. Carter Pitts Scholarship Endowment Award, $500: Andrew Buenger graduated from Clay Central/Everly High School and attends Central College Iowa Journalism Institute Scholarship, $1,000 total: Two awards for A graduate from Coon Rapids-Bayard High School, Dora Grote attends the University of Iowa and receives a $500 award. Madeline Topf is graduating from Ames High School and attending Carleton College in Minnesota. She also is receiving a $500 award. David W. Belin Scholarship, $1,000: Following graduation from Maquoketa Valley Senior High School, Jenna Reeves is attending Iowa State University. Iowa Newspaper Foundation Scholarships: $2,000 total: Four awards for Lauren Coffey, a graduate from Johnston Senior High School attends the University of Iowa and is receiving $500. A high school graduate from Oxford Academy in California, Steffi Lee attends Simpson College and is receiving $500. Following graduation from Lincoln High School, another $500 recipient, Amy Luong, is attending the University of Iowa. Also receiving the $500 award is Mikaela Parrick who is graduating from Central Lyon High School and attend the University of Iowa. Fred W. Woodward Scholarship, $500: Riley Cole, a student at West Delaware High School, is graduating and attending Wartburg College. Iowa College Media Association Scholarship, $500: Laura Goettsch graduated from Green Mountain-Garwin High School and attends Grand View University. The Iowa Newspaper Foundation received 75 applications for the 11 scholarships. These annual scholarships are one way the INF contributes to the education of young Iowans anticipating newspaper careers. The Iowa Newspaper Foundation is grateful to the Woodward Foundation for their support of the Fred W. Woodward Scholarship. The scholarship honors the late Fred W. Woodward, longtime publisher of the Dubuque Telegraph Herald. The David W. Belin Scholarship is awarded to a student attending or planning to attend the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication at Iowa State University and is in conjunction with the Iowa Journalism Institute awards which are funded through a gift to the Iowa Newspaper Foundation by Gary Gerlach and Michael Gartner. The late David W. Belin was a nationally-recognized lawyer and longtime business partner of Gerlach and Gartner. Two scholarships are given in memory of the late Carter Pitts, longtime publisher of the Le Mars Daily Sentinel and the first president of the Iowa Newspaper Foundation. The Carter Pitts and Le Mars Daily Sentinel scholarships are funded by an annual gift from the Daily Sentinel. The Carter Pitts Scholarship Endowment award was set up through a gift established by members of the Pitts family. The Iowa Newspaper Foundation scholarships are provided through contributions from Iowa newspapers and the Pages for the 21st Century program. The Iowa College Media Association (ICMA) is offered to a student attending a college or university with a membership in ICMA. The INF is offering scholarships for students again next year. An online application is available to all public and private high schools in Iowa as well as college and university journalism and mass communication departments. Look for more information on the Iowa Newspaper Association website at in September The mission of the INF, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation, is to champion and improve the quality and future of Iowa s newspaper enterprises and the communities they serve and to raise funds to fulfill this mission. Opera House Band at WC Opera House The What Cheer Opera House Band s second performance of the 2014 season is Saturday, June 21 at 7:30 p.m. June members appearing in this show are Margie and Harvey Calvin, Oskaloosa; Doris Hicks, Rose Hill; Ross Knipfer, North English; and Julie Montgomery, Cedar. Special guests this month are Stan Knipfer, Keosauqua, who was the lead guitarist for many years and Bill Morris, Ottumwa, who has been a member in past years. Bring your friends and admission is a free will offering. Keokuk County Food Pantry Donations The Keokuk County Food Pantry received many donations during the April and May months. Sigourney 4th graders, Jean Patzner, K s of the Square, retired school personnel of Keokuk County, Christian Church, St. Mary s Church, Holy Trinity Church in Keota, Baptist Church and North English Christian Church. SIEDA PAT Earns Credential Sieda Community Action s Parents as Teachers (PAT) program recently earned the Iowa Family Support Credential. The Iowa Family Support Credential is awarded to family support and parent education programs that, through a rigorous external evaluation, are determined to be in substantial adherence to the Iowa Family Support Standards. The Sieda PAT is the forty-third Iowa program to earn this honored distinction. We are proud and delighted to receive the Iowa Family Support Credential, said Becky Falck, Director of Family Support Services for Sieda Community Action. This distinction is clear evidence of the hard work and dedication of the Parents as Teachers staff. The Iowa Family Support Standards are based on the most up to date, evidence based practices in the family support field. Adherence to the standards indicates the program is providing high-quality services resulting in positive outcomes for young children and their families. The Sieda PAT program was required to meet the 139 standards to receive the Iowa Family Support Credential. The Iowa Family Support Credential is valid for five years. Parents as teachers is an in-home visitation program for parents with children ages birth to age 5. The PAT program provides parents with child developmental knowledge and parenting support, provide early detection of developmental delays and health issues, prevent child abuse and neglect, and increase children s school readiness. The PAT model includes one-on-one home visits, monthly group meetings, developmental screenings, and a resource network for families. Sieda Community Action, a private organization established in 1965 as a community action agency, implements a range of services designed to strengthen families, promote child development and help individuals and families with basic needs. Through our programs, individuals in Appanoose, Davis, Jefferson, Keokuk, Mahaska, Van Buren, and Wapello counties are better prepared to meet their basic needs. With this strong foundation, individuals and families are more likely to become self-reliant and contribute positively to their families and communities. Milestones MILESTONES SUBMISSIONS invites Milestones announcements to share with the community. Send all engagement, birth, wedding and anniversary announcements to, P.O. Box 285, Sigourney, IA 52591, drop by the office at 114 East Washington, or e- mail them to com. A $10 photo fee is assessed per photo, per newspaper. The SNR is also able to submit the Milestone to all Keokuk County newspapers. Announcements are posted to the website at www. sigourneynewsreview.com. Keswick United Methodist Women met on Thursday, May 1 in Fellowship Hall. Present: Lois Axmear, Connie Axmear, Dee Bowman, Joann Davis, Harriet Dennison, Donna Coble, Karen Sharp, Denise Fry, Margaret Fry, Mary Ann Fuller, Lucille Harper, Jo Ann Moore, Verna Ridenour, Martha Schlicht, Janet Wade, and Judie Ulin. Devotions were taken from the May Upper Room. Prayer concerns were shared for Dee Bowman, Margaret Fry, Ed Ploog, and the aunt of Joann Davis. Jo Ann Moore led the group for the UMW Purpose, the Christian and American flags. Happy Birthday was sung to Lois Axmear. It was noted Norma DeBont s birthday is May 22. Roll call was answered by 16 present with memories of May Day or May Pole dancing. Minutes of the preceding meeting were read with no corrections. The treasurer s report was given with a reminder the Flea Market Pie donations may be given to the church treasury. It was noted the annual district pledge is sent this month, along with special mission district askings. Judie Ulin shared from the Missionary Prayer Calendar. Mission Kit information is on the table with kit supplies already coming in to the church; these by June Rice Leon and Laurel Streigle and June Rice attended spring commencement at Iowa State University. The Streigle s granddaughter, Emily Conrad of Ottumwa, graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Emily is starting her career in a veterinary clinic in Illinois. Sign Up For Share Food in Oskaloosa The regular sign-up day for Share Food is at Oskaloosa Evangelical Church, 1513 S. Market St., Oskaloosa on Wednesday, June 11 from 9-10 a.m. Two hours of community service is required for each unit of food bought. The distribution day is on Saturday, June 28 from 9-10 a.m. at Oskaloosa Evangelical Church. Since the food is perishable, failure to pick up units of food on time causes it to be distributed to others. No refund or credit can be given. The warehouse is always in need for volunteers. Call Carol McPherson at to place an order. Online orders are accepted beginning on the dates listed above at Fore more information call Helen Romberg 100th Birthday Helen Romberg s children, Stan, Linda, Cliff and Jan would like to announce their mothers 100th birthday on Monday, June 16. Cards may be sent to Highland Ridge, 100 Village View Circle, Room 166, Williamsburg, IA Keswick United Methodist Women Meet at Fellowship Hall are due at the October meeting. Jo Ann Moore shared the Program Resource Books are on display for readers, and reports are due in June. Books from one section of the upstairs library are displayed, the books need to be looked through to see which to save or taken for the enjoyment of the group readers. In old business, the all church cleaning still needs to be done, with a cleaning date to be set at the next meeting. With no further business, the meeting was closed with the Lord s Prayer, followed by the Program, A Mother s Day Prayer for Peace, led by Verna Ridenour. She began with an introduction of her personal family history of service to our country. The opening poem, To Our Wives and Sweethearts was written by Harold Calvert and Scripture was based on readings from Luke 13 and 19. The Mother s Day holiday was declared by our president in A special moment closed the program when sisters Verna Ridenour, on the piano, and Lois Axmear, soloist, performed Let There be Peace on Earth. Lucille Harper, hostess, served refreshments. The Wednesday, June 4 meeting includes the Program, led by Connie Axmear, with hostess Martha Schlicht. June 4: Aubrynn Kime; Blake Davis; Dayton McDanel June 5: Christy Thomas; Ella Grace DeBoef; Erin Ogden; John Westercamp; Kaitlynn Pate June 6: Bridget Cochran; Jordan Baumert; Judith Christner June 7: Alan Molyneux; Alisha Foubert; Emily Slagle; Gene Roland; Mary Allen Mauer; Wayne VanWeelden June 8: Brooke Schmidt; Margie Thomas; Melinda Sors; Sandy Spain; Tammy Neitzel June 9: Heath VanZee; Noelle Elizabeth Ruckman; Octavia VanPatten June 10: Brityn Kukuzike; Ian Flint; Kailey Gauley; Myrtle Molyneux June 11: Ana Bos; Brian Foubert; Robb Boze; Steve Gatton June 12: David Bos; Margaret Bird; Megan Striegel June 13: Dave Decker; Mya Yamakie; Trenton DeJong June 14: Amy Hauschild-Bird; April McKain; Mark Riffel; Rita Streigel June 15: Brandyn Neville; Chris VanPatten; Diane Kitzman; Frank Coppersmith; Samatha Schlesselman; Sullivan Stanley June 16: Ryan Hull June 17: Cheryl Hemsley; Jennifer Phillips; Joe Steadham; Josh VanZee; Steve McAdams Deadlines for all Articles and Advertising in are Friday at 5:00 p.m.
4 4 Wednesday, June 4, 2014 ~ Epperly ~ Robert Bob Epp Epperly, 66, of Marion, formerly of Tama, passed away Saturday, May 31, 2014 at his home under the care of Hospice Compassus. Funeral services are Thursday, June 5, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. at Kruse-Phillips Funeral Home in Tama, with Rev. Dewey Grimes officiating. Interment will follow at Woodlawn Cemetery in Toledo. Visitation is Wednesday, THE NEWS-REVIEW A Division of Mid-America Publishing Corporation, PO Box 29, Hampton, IA (USPS ) Address Correspondence To P.O. Box 285, Sigourney, IA Circulation & Subscription Inquiries: Contact Mid-America circulation at , send inquires to PO Box 29, Hampton, IA or Credit Cards are accepted. You may subscribe at our office by contacting us locally during business hours or at Local Area - $40.00 Per Year Official Paper Of: Keokuk County Sigourney Keswick Delta What Cheer Kenneth Chaney, Publisher Published Every Wednesday Advertising liability is limited to the price of the advertising. If shall fail to publish a notice as required, in whole or in part, or shall in no event exceed the amount of the charges allowed by law for the publication of the notice which was not published. Periodicals Postage Paid At Sigourney, IA (Postmaster: Send address changes to Mid-America Circulation, PO Box 29, Hampton, IA 50441; Phone ) QR Code to News-Review Mobile Website June 4 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Kruse-Phillips Funeral Home in Tama. Robert was born on February 11, 1948, in Charles City, the son of Leslie and Musetta (Ally) Epperly. He graduated from Thornburg High School. Bob served his country in the US Army during the Vietnam War. He was united in marriage to Sharon Knowler on May 15, 1971 in Oskaloosa. Bob worked as a construction lineman, retiring from Windstream Communications in His hobbies included fishing, riding his Harley Davison motorcycle, and collecting toy cars. He also enjoyed being outdoors and working in his garage. Survivors include his wife, Sharon of Marion; two sons, Chris Epperly of Tama and B.J. (Cindy) Epperly of Tama; six grandchildren, Kinzee, Kelsey, Kolby, Karlee, Kadence, and Koya; a great-granddaughter, Keyleigh; one brother, Dean (Lucy) Epperly of Williamsburg and a brother-in-law, James Stout of Sigourney. Preceding him in death were his parents; a sister, Martha Stout; and a brother-in-law, Steve Barron. A memorial fund has been established. ~ Utterback ~ moved back to Sigourney and started his own painting business. He retired from painting in Loren was a member of the Delta Christian Church and enjoyed golfing, playing horseshoes and singing with the Utterback Quartet. His orneriness and joking will surely be missed. Survivors include four children: Dennis Utterback of Des Moines, Denise (Steve) Farrell of Ankeny, Darla (Frank) Calvert of What Cheer and Danita Carter of Oskaloosa; 13 grandchildren; 16 great grandchildren; one sister: Ruth Stanley of Oskaloosa and four brothers: Leland Utterback of Grinnell, Kay Utterback of Winterset, Jimmie Utterback of Missouri and Richard Utterback of Texas. He was preceded in Loren Lee Utterback, age 79, of Sigourney, died Sunday, June 1, 2014, at his home. Loren was born July 22, 1934, in Delta, to Otto and Freida (Strohman) Utterback and graduated from Delta High School in On July 1, 1954, he married Ilo Mae Sampson at the Delta Christian Church. Loren was assistant manager of Graham s Department Stores in Sigourney, Maquoketa and Oskaloosa before becoming manager of the Winterset store in He then managed the Algona Graham s from 1968 until Loren then worked at Lausers Department Store in Wilton until 2001, when he ~ Reinier ~ A service for Donald Reineir of Bluegrass, who died Dec. 23, 2013, is Saturday, June 7 at 11 a.m. at Rock Creek Cemetery. The services is conducted by Rev. Carla Nelson of Ollie Baptist Church. A lunch is following at Pizza Ranch in Sigourney. death by his parents; wife: Ilo Mae; one sister: Betty Steele and four brothers: Haldean, Jack, Bruce and Larry. Memorial graveside service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 14, 2014, at Tioga Cemetery in rural Rose Hill. Burial will be at Tioga Cemetery. There will be no visitation. A memorial fund has been established for the Keokuk County Cancer Society. Powell Funeral Home and Cremation Service in Sigourney is caring for Loren and his family. Condolences may be ed at under obituaries. Weather Review The following report is compiled by Doug Flanders, Sigourney s official weather observer and includes the date, high, low and precipitation readings. HI LO Tues., May Precip Wed., May Thurs., May Precip. - Trace Fri., May Sat., May Sun., June Mon., June Precip District Court The following actions were recently resolved in the District Court of Keokuk County. All information is a matter of public record and available at Steven C. Peterson, Delta, was charged with Theft 3rd Degree on 1/15/14. Peterson entered a Negotiated/Voluntary Plea of Gulty on 5/23/14. Peterson received a Fine of $625, 6 month Jail term, 6 month Suspended Jail term and 2 years Probation. Total amount due, which includes court cost, is $0. Nickalas J. Deegan, Hedrick, was charged with Driving While Barred Habitual Offender on 4/26/14. Deegan received a Deferred Judgment on 5/30/14, 2 years Probation and a Civil Penalty. Total amount due, which includes court cost, is $725. ~ Dyson ~ Dorothy Helen Dyson, 92, died Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at the Manor House in Sigourney. She was born September 20, 1921 to George Andrew and Alta Mae Martin Cassens in rural Keokuk County. She graduated from 8th grade from Stoney Point Country School. On June 3, 1944 she married Glenn Eugene Dyson. They lived and ~ Weeks ~ Phyllis J. Weeks, 74, of Marion, went to be with the Lord Friday, May 23, 2014, at the Dennis and Donna Oldorf Hospice House of Mercy, Hiawatha. Per her wishes, there will be no services. A private family inurnment will take place at Garrett Cemetery, Delta. Arrangements by Murdoch Funeral Home & Cremation Center, Marion. Survivors include her sons, Steven (Billye) Weeks of Marion and Randy (Carla) Weeks of Independence; grandchildren, Jeremy (Aimee) Weeks of Waterloo, and Christina Weeks Daniel Scott Geiwitz, Coralville, was charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia on 5/10/14. Geiwitz entered a Negotiated/Voluntary Plea of Guilty on 5/30/14 and received a Fine of $625. Total amount due, which includes court cost, is $0. Anthony Brown, Hedrick, was charged with Operating While Under the Influence 2nd offense on 4/10/14. Brown entered a Negotiated/Voluntary Plea of Guilty on 5/30/14. Brown received a 30 day Jail term, a 23 day Suspended Jail term, probation for 2 years and a Fine of $1,875. Total amount due, which includes court cost, is $2, Real Estate Grant S. Wolf Jr. and Rita A. Wolf to Micah R. Hills, HED OPHE Leo F. Kavitz and Yadriana Maria Kavitz to Ashley N. Kavitz and Ashley N. Stull, KEO WESD 12. Ashley N. Stull and Chad Alan Stull to Ashley N. Stull and Chad Alan Stull, KEO WESD 12. Carolyn Sue McDonald, Carolyn Rauch and Carolyn Sue Rauch to Stephen Rauch and Stephen Dale Rauch, WC KING PT. Stephen Rauch and Stephen Dale Rauch to Michael L. Craycraft, WC KING PT. Eugene L. Vogel, Eugene Vogel, Sandra K. Vogel, Sandra Vogel, Douglas A. Vogel, Leesa Vogel, Barbara J. Blomme and Jerry Blomme to Vogel Livestock LLC, SE1/4 SE1/4 PT. Michael B. Wagler, Rachel I. Wagler, Carroll D. Huffman and Carol A. Huffman to Caseys Marketing Co., SIG LOWE 01-05, SIG LOWE 01-06, SIG LOWE PT, SIG LOWE PT, SIG LOWE 01 ALLEY PT, SIG LOWE 01 ALLEY PT, SIG LOWE PT, SIG LOWE PT. Nathan Clarahan and Penny B. Clarahan to Caseys Marketing Co., SIG LOWE 01-04, SIG LOWE 01- ALLEY PT. Richard T. Poter Est and Tim farmed East of Stoney Point. In 1972, they bought a farm and moved to Green City, Miss. In 2004 they retired and moved back to Sigourney and have resided at the Manor House since She was a member of the Stoney Point Hustler and attended the English River Church of the Brethren. She was preceded in death by her children Carolyn Sue, Twyla, Richard Ricky Glenn, and her sister Henrietta Yaeger. She is survived by Glenn Eugene Dyson, her husband of nearly 70 years. She is also survived by her daughter, Marilyn Jeanette (Rev. Paul) Thompson, her granddaughters, Rev. Susannah Leigh (Dr. Richard) DeBenedetto, Rebekah Jane (Jon) Matzenbacher, and her great granddaughter, Ella Marie Matzenbacher, and many nieces and nephews. Memorials may go to Cystic Fibrosis Foundation or the English River Church of the Brethren. Arrangements were made by Holm Funeral Home, Sigourney. of Independence; and aunt, Martha Jean Lisk of Sigourney. She was preceded in death by her parents, Clarence and Marcena Leathers, and her grandparents. Phyllis was born February 2, 1940, in Delta, the daughter of Clarence and Marcena (Tanner) Leathers. She graduated from Delta High School and worked for many years at King s Material Inc. in Cedar Rapids in accounting. Phyllis liked to cook and bake, and enjoyed crafting. She had a special fondness for horses, loved Christmas, and Iowa Hawkeyes Basketball. She was known as Ma to many of Steve and Randy s friends, and was always willing to participate in any of the kid s activities, especially their Sunday night softball and basketball pickup games. Memorials may be directed to the family in Phyllis memory. The family wishes to extend a special thank you to Kathy Sankey and Becky McCarville for their support and friendship. Please sign the online guestbook for Phyllis at under obituaries. Willcockson Admin to Leonard K. Coble, SE1/4 SE1/4 PT, SE1/4 SE1/4 L04 PT, NE1/4 SE1/4 PT. Kathleen Troyer and Richard Trouer to Bernard Vittetoe and Mary Vittetoe, NW1/4 NW1/4 L03 SDL01, NW1/4 NW1/4 L03 SDL02, NW1/4 NW1/4 RR ROW PT. Daniel L. Powell Est, Kathleen Troyer COEXEC and Bradley Coffman COEXEC to Bernard Vittetoe and Mary Vittetoe, NW1/4 NW1/4 L03 SDL01, NW1/4 NW1/4 L03 SDL02, NW1/4 NW/4 RR ROW PT. Daniel L. Powell Est, Kathleen Troyer COEXEC and Bradley Coffman COEXEC to JCO Properties Inc, SE1/4 NE1/4, NE1/4 SE1/4 PT. Kimberlee Ferrell and Edward Lynn Pross Jr., to William Chmelar, Ellen Denise Nelson COEXEC, Denise Nelson CO- EXEC, Jeffery Layne Andeway COEXEC, Jeff Andeway COEX- EC and Marilyn J. Chmelar Est, RIC RLT John D. Duwa and Katherine L. Duwa to Terry J. Bontrager and Ada Kay Bontrager, NE1/4 SE1/4 PT. Juanita Etter Est and Robert Cotton Etter EXEC to Susan Dean, Mary Beth Etter and Robert Cotton Etter, SIG BRAY PT, SIG BRAY 01 ALLEY PT, SIG BRAY 01-04, SIG BRAY 01-05, SIG BRAY 01-06, SIG BRAY 01 ALLEY PT, SIG OPSG RR ROW PT. Juanita Etter Est and Robert Cotton Etter COEXEC to Robert Cotton Etter, SIG BRAY 01-07, SIG BRAY 01-08, SIG BRAY 01 ALLEY PT, SIG OPSG RR ROW PT. Michael Lenhart and Eva Lenhart to Cynthia Bowermaster and Raymond L. Bowermaster Dec., SW1/4 SW1/4 L05 D11, SW1/4 SW1/4 L05 D12 PT, SW1/4 SW1/4 L05 D12 PT. Adam J. Clark and Anna K. Clark to Henry Goetz, DEL MCNB PT, DEL MCNB PT, DEL MCNB 04-02, Business Directory ABSTRACTING SERVICES KEOKUK COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. 100 S. Main St. Sigourney, IA DAY & BORDwEll ABSTRACTS Abstracts of title in Keokuk & washington Counties 114 w. washington St., Ste. 1 P.O. Box 303 Sigourney, IA FAX CARE FACILITIES MANOR HOUSE CARE CENTER DEER VIEw MANOR Assisted living, Intermediate and Skilled Care Facility 1212 S. Stuart St. Sigourney, IA SIGOURNEY CARE CENTER windsor PlACE Assisted living, Intermediate and Skilled Care Facility 900 S. Stone, Box 21 Sigourney, IA INTERNET SERVICES Cloudburst9 wireless Internet High Speed wireless Internet that does not require a landline. Call or locally call Andy Conrad at DEL MCNB Southeast Iowa Multi County Solid Waste Agency to Brett J. Slaubaugh and Belinda S. Slaubaugh, NW1/4 NW1/4 PT, SW1/4 NW1/4 PT. South Ottumwa Savings Bank to Cody Frye, HED OPHE PT, HED OPHE PT. Ramona L. Kinner to Mark A. Skinner, DEL REED 02-03, DEL REED Margaret L. Conger and Margaret L. Shelby to Howard Dean Conger, SE1/4 NW1/4 PT. Russell A. Aldinger Dec to Ramona A. Aldinger, SIG OPSG Keokuk County Sheriff, Green Tree Servicing LLC, Vicki L. Bourque, Vicki L. Volkl, Roy Andrew Volkl and Brian L. Bourque to Green Tree Servicing LLC, HED OPHE Green Tree Servicing LLC to Federal National Mortgage Assn, HED OPHE Richard L. Conger DEC to Margaret G. Conger, OLL HAL , OLL HAL Margaret G. Conger to Bruce A. Welch, OLL HAL , OLL HAL Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. to Stephen Whipple, WC DCAS 04-01, WC DCAS 04-02, WC JMJ2 07 EAST ST PT, WC DCAS 04 EAST ST PT. Allen Richard Wagler and Lucille Marie Wagler to Phillip J. Buschmann, Cyrena A. Buschmann, SIG OPSG OL05 PT. Marriages Dustin Steven Schuett to Katelyn Jean Strupp, Katelyn Jean Schuett. Groom is from Tama County and the Bride is from Marshall County. Tickets William Cody Anderson, Fairfield, speeding 55 or under zone Michael Lee Shinn, Knoxville, max hours of service violation. Jessica Laine Erbacher, Sigourney, poss/purch alcohol by person 18/19/20-1st offense. Mark James Moore, Ottumwa, fail to maintain safety belts. Teara Justine Okones, Sigourney, speeding 55 or under zone Rusty Charles Shields, Hedrick, violation- financial liability coverage. LEGAL SERVICES lloyd, McCONNEll, DAVIS & lujan, llp Attorneys at law 117 S. Jefferson Street Sigourney, IA MEDICAL SERVICES KEOKUK COUNTY MEDICAl ClINIC Robert Castro., M.D. Mary Graeff, M.D., F.A.A.P. Sam Mikota, DNP, FNP-C Brian Murphy, A.R.N.P Hwy. 149 (lower level) Sigourney, IA UI HEAlTH CARE-SIGOURNEY Family Medicine Harriet Echtenacht, M.D. Robert Baker, PA-C Michelle Malloy, ARNP 1314 S. Stuart Sigourney, IA PRINTING SERVICES THE NEwS-REVIEw Envelopes, letterheads, Forms, Register Forms, Business Cards, Posters, Banners, Invitations and More 114 E. washington P.O. Box 285 Sigourney fax PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPHS THE NEwS-REVIEw 114 E. washington, Sigourney Call For An Appointment Rusty Charles Shields, Hedrick, defective or unauthorized muffler system. Rusty Charles Shields, Hedrick, careless driving. William Patrick Brunetti, Washington, speeding 55 or under zone Antoine Leon Johnson, Ottumwa, speeding 55 or under zone Shelby Lynn Clubb, Sigourney, fail to obey stop sign and yield right of way. Joshua Curtis Goudy, Ottumwa, speeding 55 or under zone Mikel Elaine Carruthers, Sigourney, speeding 55 or under zone Jasmine Marie Glenn, What Cheer, failure to provide proof of financial liability. Ladrew Timothy Albright, Wellman, failure to maintain control. Stephanie Ann Clubb, Keswick, open container, passenger 21 years old or older. Alyssa Janece Vandevoort, Pella, speeding 55 or under zone Brian Wayne Deronde, Pella, speeding 55 or under zone (1-5 over). Nathan Charles Ridenour, North English, failure to comply with safety regulation rules. Nathan Charles Ridenour, North English, fail to maintain safety belt. Danielle Audruanna McLaughlin, Sigourney, speeding 55 or under zone (16-20 over). Jared Norman Molyneux, Deep River, failure to comply with safety regulation rules. Jared Norman Molyneux, Deep River, failure to comply with safety regulation rules. George Steven Kime, Oskaloosa, speeding 55 or under zone Loren Wayne Bosma, Sibley, speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over). Megan Mackenzie Martin, Muscatine, speeding 55 or under zone Alice Suzanne Ross, Oskaloosa, speeding 55 or under zone David Allen Sterling, Batavia, speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over). Garth Spore, North English, speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over). Angela Lucille Elder, Fremont, speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over). Derek Adair Albert, Sigourney, speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over)....continued on Page 5
5 Wednesday, June April 4, 23, Lion s paper pick-up The Sigourney Lions Club is conducting their monthly Paper Pick Up this Saturday, June 7. Please have papers out by 9 a.m. and no magazine or periodicals. Delta Alumni Banquet Delta Alumni Banquet is Saturday, June 7 at Thomas Hall at Keokuk County Fairgrounds at What Cheer. WC Opera House The Grimm Sister Trio and Peggy Wardenburg are performing Saturday, June 7 at 7 p.m. at the What Cheer Opera House. SPL Toddler Time Sigourney Public Library s June Toddler Story Time for infant through pre-school children is Monday, June 9, 16 and 23 from 11-11:30 a.m. SPL FIZZ, boom, read! Sigourney Public Library summer reading program reading logs are available and accepted at the SPL. 4th-8th grade is Tuesday, June 10, 17 and 24; 2nd-3rd grade is Wednesday, June 4, 11, 18 and 25; K-1st grade is Thursday, June 5, 12, 19 and 26. Tween Movie Night Tween Movie Night for 4th- 6th graders is Friday, June 6, 13, 20 and 27 at the Sigourney Public Library form 6 to 7:45 p.m. MANOR HOUSE Lunch & Fun The Sigourney Manor House is have Lunch and Fun on Tuesday, June 10 at 12 noon. Calendar Vets Memorial Auction Keota Veterans Memorial Auction is Saturday, June 14 at 12 noon on Broadway Street in Keota. Keota Brass PERFORM Keota Brass is performing at the Sigourney Manor House on Wednesday, June 18 at 2 p.m. MASS AT MANOR HOUSE The Sigourney Manor House is holding Catholic Mass on Thursday, June 19 at 9:30 a.m. TRICARE MOBILE OFFICE A Veteran s TRICARE Mobile Office is available on Thursday, June 19 from 8 a.m.- 3 p.m. at Camp Dodge Building 3548 in the service members support center in Johnston. SPL Ghost Hunters Paranormal Investigators are at the Sigourney Public Library on Saturday, June 21 from 3-5:15 p.m. WC Opera House The What Cheer Opera House Band performs Country Variety Show Saturday, June 21 at 7:30 p.m. Hunter s Education Hunter s Education is Saturday, June 21 from 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. at Keokuk County Sportsmen s Club. Sign-up at the Recorder s office or online. Manor House Dance The Stan Knipfer Band is playing on Sunday, June 22 at 6:30 p.m. at the Sigourney Manor House. KC Fair Concert The 2014 KC Fair in What Cheer opens with Mitch Goudy performing on Thursday, July 10 at 7 p.m. at the What Cheer Opera House. SIGOURNEY FLAG FOOTBALL Registration forms for City of Sigourney Fall Flag Football for children kindergarten through 4th grade in area county school districts may be picked up, dropped off or mailed to the City Clerk s office at anytime, but the deadline for submission is Thursday, July 3 by 4 p.m. Alan Sellers, Director, for more information. Manor House SING-A-LONG Sing-A-Long at Manor House Care Center is every Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. Tops Meeting Take Off Pounds Sensibly meets at the Extension office at KC Expo on Tuesdays at 4:30 p.m. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Saturday at 12 noon at the Methodist Church, 4th Street, Kalona. For the Record...Continued from Page 4 Manuel Rangel, Washington, no valid drivers license. Manuel Rangel, Washington, speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over). Patricia Lynn Sprouse, Keota, failure to maintain or use safety belts-adult. Dakota James Ruggles, Keota, fail to maintain safety belts. Emily Christine Gaumer, Cedar Rapids, speeding 55 or under zone (1-5 over). Joshua Dean Gregson, Deep River, operation without registration. Sheriff s News The Sheriff s news is a brief summary of the activities/arrests/tickets from previous weeks as submitted by Keokuk County Sheriff, Casey Hinnah. Criminal charges are mere accusations and the accused is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty. Monday, May 19: Keokuk County Sheriff s Department issued a citation to Manuel Rangel, 39, Washington, for Failure to Have Valid License and Speed Tuesday, May 20: Keokuk County Sheriff s Department issued a citation to Jason Lee Roberts, 32, Deep River, for Speed (6-10 over) and No Seatbelt. Angela Lucille Elder, 52, Fremont, for Speed arrested Denver Allen Bird, 24, Sigourney, for Operating While Intoxicated (2nd Offense). arrested Nathan Allen Miller, 38, Cedar Rapids, for Driving While Barred. Wednesday, May 21: Keokuk County Sheriff s Department issued a citation to Christine Marie Goertz, 51, Davenport, for Speed Patricia Lynn Sprouse, 65, Keota, for No Seatbelt. Samuel Albert Ollinger, 18, Keota, for No Seatbelt. Keokuk County Sheriff s Department issued a citation to Taylor Yvon Wright, 19, Keota, for No Seatbelt. Thursday, May 22: Keokuk County Sheriff s Department issued a citation to Derek Adair Albert, 18, Sigourney, for Speed Saturday, May 24: Keokuk County Sheriff s Department issued a citation to Lauren Elizabeth Ann Schropp, 17, Parnell, for Speed (11-15 over). Kenneth Wade Handeland, 59, Gibson, for Failure to Provide Security Against Liability. Keokuk County Sheriff s Department issued a citation to Steven James Nutaut, 24, Houghton, for Open Container (Passenger). Colton Andrew Hammes, 20, Washington, for Person s Under Legal Age (2nd Offense). Keokuk County Sheriff s Department issued a citation to Don Richard Morrison, 48, South English, for Speed (6-10 over). Sunday, May 25: Keokuk County Sheriff s Department Cory Lee Clubb, 21, Sigourney, for Speed Thursday, May 29: Keokuk County Sheriff s Department issued a citation to Susan Estella Maria Walker, 51, What Cheer, for Failure to Prove Security Against Liability. Rita C. Wurster, 30, Delta, for Failure to Prove Security Against Liability. Amanda Jean Ratliff, 18, Eddyville, for Speed Kyle Stephen Creamer, 27, Ottumwa, for Speed Bradford L. Ferguson, 67, Chicago for Speed Melissa Lynn Allen, 37, North Liberty, for Speed Mackenzie Elizabeth Lambert, 20, Delta, for Speed Robert William Oberry, 28, Perry, for Speed arrested John F. Russel Hudson, 37, Webster, for Domestic Abuse Assault. Sunday, June 1: Keokuk County Sheriff s Department arrested Nathaniel Anthony Tallent-Jenkins, 21, Birmingham, for Failure to Appear. Care Center Happenings Bingo at Sigourney Care Center is Tuesdays at 2 p.m. The community is encouraged to attend. Knitting with Karen Knitting with Karen is Tuesdays from 2-5 p.m. at the Sigourney Public Library. Police Log The Police Log is a brief summary of the activities/arrest/ tickets from previous week as submitted by Sigourney Police Chief, Allan Glandon. Criminal charges are mere accusations and the accused is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty :08 a.m.: Received a report of a gas drive off in the 200 block of N. Main St. The incident is under investigation. 10:38 a.m.: Received a report of an employee not receiving pay from business, informed employee it was a civil issue. 6:00 p.m.: Received a parking complaint at Keller and Spring, asked individuals to move vehicles. 8:33 p.m.: Police Department was called to the 200 block of S. Jefferson St., for an alarm call. It was a false alarm. 9:45 p.m.: Issued a citation to Steven M. Weber, Sigourney, for Failure to Have a Valid License on 220th Ave. 10:24 p.m.: Issued a warning for Headlight Out :44 p.m.: Received a report of UTV on E. Pleasant Valley, informed individual the vehicle wasn t allowed on city streets. 11:07 p.m. Received a report of possible drunk driver coming from Oskaloosa, referred issue to Sheriff s Department Following an investigation of a theft from Bender Foundry Service in Sigourney that occurred on April 8th, the Sigourney Police Department charged Victoria L. Simms, of Sigourney, with Theft in the 5th Degree and Trespass. 12:00 a.m.: Police Department was called to the 200 block of W. South St., for a complaint about living arrangements, informed parties the issue was civil. 9:40 a.m.: Returned an item to owner found in the 300 block of S. Main St. 12:00 p.m.: Received a report of theft in the 200 block of W. South St., the incident is under investigation. 8:47 p.m.: Police Department was called to the 100 block of N. Main St., for an animal on resident s property, stood by while the animal was captured. 9:48 p.m.: Received a report of dispute in the 500 block of Ringgold St. Police spoke to par- Senior Citizen Menu June 4 through June 11 Wednesday, June 4: Hamburger, wheat hamburger bun, tomato slices, oven roasted baby potato, baked beans, vanilla pudding with pineapple. Thursday, June 5: Roast Pork, mashed potatoes, gravy, spinach, strawberry banana gelatin. Friday, June 6: Swedish meatballs, noodles, broccoli, plums, Waldorf Salad. Monday, June 9: Herb Chicken breast, scalloped potatoes, asparagus cuts, peach strawberry banana medley, ice cream cup. Tuesday, June 10: Roast pork, candied sweet potatoes, cheesy steamed cabbage, banana, oatmeal raisin cookie. Wednesday, June 11: Turkey noodle casserole, corn, mixed green salad, lemon dill dressing, baked apple, birthday cake. Sigourney Schools Sports and Activities Wednesday, June 4: JH SB at Tri-County at 10 a.m. JH BB at Tri-County at 10 a.m. SB vs Iowa Valley at 6 p.m. BB vs Iowa Valley at 6 p.m. Varsity double header. Friday, June 6: JH BB at EV at 10 a.m. JH SB at EV at 10 a.m. BB vs Belle Plaine at 6 p.m. SB vs Belle Plaine at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 7: Varsity SB Tournament at West Branch at 9 a.m. Monday, June 9: JH BB at Monte at 10 a.m. JH SB at Monte at 10 a.m. Varsity BB at Tri- Co at 6 p.m. Varsity SB at Tri-Co at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 11: JH BB vs Tri-Co at 10 a.m. JH SB vs Tri-Co at 10 a.m. Varsity BB vs Monte at 6 p.m. Varsity SB vs Monte at 6 p.m. ties involved and everything was fine. 11:05 p.m.: Received a report of someone stealing cans out of a vehicle in the 100 block of W. Marion St. The incident is under investigation :21 p.m.: Police Department was called to the 100 block of E. Marion St., to assist in removing a bat from a business. 6:57 p.m.: Received a report of children walking on the road in the 400 block of E. Jackson St. Police spoke to the children about staying on the sidewalk. 10:00 p.m.: Issued a warning for No Brake Lights. 11:30 p.m.: Issued a warning for Taillight Out :38 p.m.: Received a report of a missing dog in the 1100 block of N. Main St. 12:30 p.m.: Received a report of a stolen bicycle in the 100 block of E. Marion St. The bicycle was later found in the 200 block of E. Washington. 1:10 p.m.: Issued a warning for Speeding. 6:30 p.m.: Police Department was called to the 500 block of E. Walnut St., to assist in finding a missing child. The child was located at 6:45 p.m. 9:56 p.m.: Issued a warning for No Taillights. 10:57 p.m.: Received a report of harassment in the 200 block of W. Spring St. Police spoke to the parties involved. 11:45 p.m.: Issued a warning for No Brake Lights :56 p.m.: Stopped a vehicle due to fireworks being discharged from the vehicle. Sheriff s Department assisted and charged occupants with P.U.L.A 2nd and Open Container :33 p.m.: Received a report of stop sign laying in resident s yard in the 400 block of E. Washington St. The incident is under investigation. 7:25 p.m.: Received a report of a broken light bulb on a sidewalk in the 100 block of E. Marion St., police picked up the glass. 8:10 p.m.: Spoke to individuals about lighting off fireworks in the 200 block of W. Hickory St. 9:11 p.m.: Issued a warning for a Taillight Out. 9:30 p.m.: Received a report of intoxicated pedestrian on private property in the 100 block of N. Main St., helped the person get home. 11:10 p.m.: Assisted with a medical call in the 200 block of W. Washington St. Bethel United Methodist Church Pastor LuAnn Benge mi. E. of Sigourney on Hwy. 92 Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.; Worship at 10:30 a.m. Alive at Five every 1st and 3rd Sunday evening at 5 p.m. Delta Christian Church Henry Goetz, Lay Pastor Worship: Sunday at 9 a.m. Delta United Methodist Church Vince Homan, Pastor Worship: 9 a.m. Sunday School for Elementary age children at 9:30-10:15 a.m. English River Church of the Brethren Diana Lovett, Pastor th St., South English (2 mi. E. of S.E. on Hwy. 22) Church: Worship at 10:30 a.m. Farson Baptist Church Pastor: Jerry Newman Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship Service: 10:30 a.m. First Presbyterian Church Rev. Kim Alten 215 N. Jefferson, Sigourney Sunday Worship, 10 a.m. Gibson Presbyterian Church Pastor: Hans Cornelder Worship, 10 to 11 a.m.; Sunday School, 9 to 9:45 a.m. Youth Group: Second Sunday of the month at 5 p.m. Grace Family Church Rev. Dar Eckley, Pastor (Located between Hedrick and Richland on Hwy. 78) Hwy. 78, Box 64, Ollie Sunday Worship, 10:15 a.m.; Sunday School, 10:15 a.m. RocKnowledge Youth Group Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Hedrick First Christian Rev. Carla Nelson Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; Gathering for Worship, 10:45 a.m. Hedrick-Martinsburg United Methodist Church Carl Benge, Pastor 203 N. Spring St., Hedrick Sunday Worship: 8:45 a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m. Hilltop Chapel of What Cheer John & Pat DeBoef, Pastors 4 Blocks East of Opera House 506 E. Briney St Sundays: Singing and Preaching at 10 a.m. Children s Church at 10:30 a.m. Monday: Ladies Bible Study: Elijah at 7 p.m. Holy Trinity Catholic Parish Rev. Charles Fladung Rectory: Saturday Vigil Mass: 6 p.m. Sunday Mass: 8 a.m. Hope Lutheran Church, LCMS Rev. Richard Meyer 315 W. Kelly Street Office: Sunday worship at 11 a.m. Communion: 1st & 3rd Sundays. Keswick and Webster Methodist Church Circuit Pastor: John Tunnicliff WEBSTER: Sunday school: 9:30 a.m. Worship service: 10:30 a.m. KESWICK: Sunday worship at 9:15 a.m. Communion at both churches on the 1st Sunday of the month. Lancaster Christian Church Dirk Alspach W. County Rd. V5G Sunday School: 9 a.m.; Worship Service: 10 a.m. Sunday evenings from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Youth Group 7-12 grade. New Life Fellowship Pastor: Barry Render Hwy. 22 South, Keswick Sunday Services, Worship and Children s Church at 10 a.m. Wednesday Evening Teaching, 7 p.m.; Youth Group, 7 p.m. Every third Saturday is Praise Night at 7 p.m. Ollie Baptist Church Rev. Carla Nelson, Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School: 10:30 a.m. Thursdays: Pot luck at 12 noon. Prairie View United Methodist Church Pastor, Dave Peterson Highway 78, Ollie Wednesday, June 4: Prayer meeting, 7 p.m. Saturday, June 7: Summer Bible Day Camp, 9 a.m. Annual Conference, June 7-9. Sunday, June 8: Sunday Worship, followed by fellowship, 9 a.m. Tuesday, June 10: Bible Study, 9 a.m. Wednesday, June 11: United Methodist Women, 5:30 p.m.; SPRC meeting, 7 p.m. Richland United Methodist Church Pastor Carl Benge 106 W. South St., Richland Phone: Worship Times: Adult Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Service, 10:30 a.m. St. Mary s Catholic Church Sigourney Rev. Charles Fladung Rectory: Saturday Vigil Mass, 4 p.m. Sunday Mass: 10 a.m. Sigourney Christian Church Pastor: Jim Bringman 308 S. Jefferson, Sunday School: 9:30 a.m.; Adult Bible Study: 9:30 a.m.; Worship Service: 10:45 a.m. Bible Study, Sundays, 6 p.m.; Elder Gathering, 1st Tuesday of the month, 6 p.m.; Committees, 2nd Wednesday each month, 5:30 p.m.; Board, every 2nd Wednesday each month, 6:30 p.m. Sister s/cwf group, every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Sigourney Church of Christ Pastor: Billy Claywell 615 South Jefferson , Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.; Worship with Communion Service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening Service at 6:30 p.m. Sigourney First Baptist Church Pastor Joe Winkler 308 N. Jefferson St. S.S. Supt. Dorothy Jacobs Sunday School at 10:15 a.m. Worship at 9 a.m. Evening Worship at 6 p.m. Wednesdays Bible study at 7 p.m. All are encouraged to attend. Sigourney United Methodist Church Pastor: Richard Pippert Website: sigourneyumc.com Sunday Worship Service: 8:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. The Church Of Living Water Shane Jarr, Pastor 13 North Main St., Hedrick Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Worship, 10:40 a.m.; Evening Services, 7 p.m. Bible Study, Wednesday, 6 p.m. United Church of Deep River Pastor Michelle, Every Sunday: Inspiration time, 10 a.m.; Worship, 9 a.m. 1st Sunday of the month: Communion. 2nd Saturday of the month: Parish Council. Last Thursday of the month, UCW meeting. Union Chapel (five miles north of Hedrick) Sunday School, 9 a.m.; Sunday Worship, 10 a.m.; Sunday Evening Service, 6 p.m. What Cheer Baptist Church Pastor: Dick and Jane Larson , Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship: 10:30 a.m. Kid s Club and Adult Bible Study on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. What Cheer United Methodist Church Rev. Vince Homan Sunday School, 9:30; Worship, 10:30 a.m. Youth Group, Wednesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
6 6 Wednesday, June 4, 2014 SHS Spring 2014 The Sigourney High School Band thrilled the audience with their performance during the 2014 Spring Concert on May 8. The Band is under the leadership of Director Jessica Meier [photos by Robin Handy]. The Trombone Section: Jake Van Ee, Tanner Bos, Noah Schuster, Tyler Crawford and Drayce Wester performed Lassus Trombone, Henry Fillmore/arr. Loras Schissel. This gave the guys an opportunity to show off a bit with their mad skills very impressive. Karah Appleget keeps time in the Percussion Section (above). Another cross section of the Band provides a view of the Flutes, Horns, Trombones, Trumpets, Bells and Clarinets. A cross section of the Band from the Clarinets (Madaline Berg, Jordan Carter, Emily Sande) past the Trumpets (Collin Svenby and Sierra Davis) to Ashley Shadley on a Percussion piece. Ashley Sadley and Meredith Wheeldon work together in the Percussion Section; coming forward is a few members of the Trombone section: Noah Schuster, Tyler Crawford and Drayce Webster. In the front is the Saxophones and Horns (left to right): Abby Danowsky, Gretchen Witzenburg, Skyler Hazelett and Will Magill.
7 Wednesday, June 4, Band and Vocal Concert The Sigourney High School Choir shared their talents with the audience at the 2014 Spring Concert on May 8. The choir is under the leadership of Director Randy Stichter and was accompanied by Susan K. Johnson. The senior members of the SCSD Music Department are pictured above-right (left to right): Noah Schuster, Sydney Davis, Ashley Berg, Emily Danowsky, Skyler Hazelette, Gretchen Witzenburg and Karah Appleget. Each year the Department presents the student with the best overall muscial development and the 2014 recipient was Gretchen Witzenburg (above with Jessica Meier). Several students performed solos or a trio and they were: Hannah Redlinger, Gretchen Witzenburg and Ashley Shadley; they performed a couple pieces the trio was using in competition as well. Bethany Bailey shared her piece she used for contest. Cassidy Leer performed her contest solo piece and Kacey Cranston shared her contest piece as well.
8 8 Wednesday, June 4, 2014 Where did spring go? It seems that we have jumped headlong into summer. The heat and humidity are not to this old guy s liking, but I guess that we will have to deal with it. I can say that the hot, humid afternoons have led to some beautiful evenings with cool breezes around area ball diamonds. I did get in a lot of baseball this past week. I have yet to cover a softball game, but I had four nights of baseball last week. It all started on Tuesday night when I covered the Pella Christian-Twin Cedars game at PC. The Sabers came into the game as the top ranked team in Class 1-A, but the Eagles took the battle to them. The Game was tied 1-1 until the fifth inning when TC was able to put a four spot on the board. The Sabers took the win 5-3 with Coy Moore turning in a fine pitching effort. Wednesday night it was off to Ottumwa for the twin grandson s games. Alec played second base with the sophomores on the Legion diamond against Ankeny while Chris played shortstop with the freshman team on the Babe Ruth field against Ankeny. The Ancient-ess and I found a perch on the top row of the Legion field bleachers and from that vantage point we could see both diamonds. Alec s sophomore team won 10-0 and 3-2. The freshman team won big in the first game, but I couldn t see the scoreboard. Chris played only the first game as he is only a week off of have a cast removed from his ankle. Thursday, I journeyed to Pleasantville for the Knoxville papers. The Trojans were hosting North Mahaska so I was able to see lots of old friends. I was able to share the press box with former student and good friend, Phil Ray. Phil was on the mike and it was hard to keep him from breaking into an auctioneer chant. That is why we always called him Colonel Phil. His greatest ambition was to be an auctioneer and an umpire and he has done both. The Warhawks found it tough going against Pleasantville sophomore left hander, Zeb Adreon. Zeb is of the Adreon clan of Eddyville that has starred in athletics since the 50 s. He is a fireball pitcher and only Trent Roose was able to solve his slants. Roose clubbed a massive home run and a double to lead the Warhawks in a 13-3 loss. Friday night it was grandson time again. This time Logan s Oskaloosa Indians traveled to Eddyville for a tiff with the Rockets. It was an exciting game the Indians showed a lot of hustle and enthusiasm. They rallied for three runs in the top of the seventh to take a 6-3 win. On Thursday night, Osky did the same thing at Martensdale-St. Mary s as they rallied for two in the seventh to tie the game and won it 6-5 with a run in the eighth inning. I was looking forward to rest and relaxation on Saturday and maybe even a little golf. That idea went poof like a soap bubble in the breeze when the Ancient-ess informed me that we had an 85th birthday open house to attend and that Lil Bea had a dance recital at Bridgeview in Ottumwa. Oh boy! I guess I was in need of a shot of culture. Goodbye golf! Ponderings of the Heart By Jane Green Larson Tales of the Ancient Sportsman by Burdell Hensley I must admit that the recital was neat and well done. I would say that at least 150 kids participated and they were quite talented. But in this grandpa s eyes, Lil Bea in her Minnie Mouse costume was the star of the show. The real plus to the day was that it was about suppertime when all the social activity subsided and the Ancient-ess had made her stop at Earl Mays. I decided to stop in Chillicothe to check out the Barnyard Restaurant. The Deevers family has opened a family restaurant in the old Cooper s Corner building and I must say that the food is excellent. I was sure I could get to the golf course Sunday afternoon, but alas, I was foiled again. Emily had a soccer game, so we did that. They played well and beat a team from Gilbert 4-2. In the evening we went down to Union Liberty Church near Bussey for a concert by the Rozenboom Trio. The concert was great and the fellowship was excellent. Several of the folks down there were former students of mine at Twin Cedars from 1962 to It is amazing to notice that they are all as old as I am now. It is time again to look back at our yesterdays. 100 years ago: June 6, Penn College won its final game of the season by beating Central 5-1. Harbinson twirled a threehitter and he ripped a triple for Penn. Downs added a single and a double and Eveland cracked a double. 75 years ago: June 12, The Barnes City Tigers slipped past the Gibson Indees 4-3. R. Lester pitched the win as he out dueled Carmen Wymore in the 10-inning battle. 50 years ago: June Jim Powell fired a one-hitter, but took a tough 2-0 loss to Highland. Powell and Roger Rowland each singled twice to lead Eddyville. June 10 - Jerry Schleier fanned 18 and allowed one hit as the Eddies clubbed previously unbeaten Cardinal 11-0 in Blackhawk Conference play. Gordon Watkins lashed three singles and Jim Powell added a single and a double to lead the Rockets. 25 years ago: June 6, Eric Stein scattered six hits as Tri-County bombed Blakesburg 13-2 in Empire Conference play. June 6 - No. 8 ranked Pella Christian split with Mt. Pleasant. In a 14-4 first game win the Eagles clubbed four home runs. Jeff Zylstra blasted a home run, double and a single while Kyle Wynja, Charlie Sinclair and Chris Fynaardt each hammered a long ball. June 7 - Eddyville drubbed Lynnville-Sully 16-1 to remain unbeaten in softball. Chris Edgren pitched the win while Joellen Harding ripped a triple and a single. June 10 - Oskaloosa s Rick Hensley tossed a threehitter as the Indians pounded Albia 9-1. Dennis Walker and Bill Almond had home runs for Osky. June 12 - Pella Christian won the Eddyville Softball tourney with a 5-3 win over Ottumwa. Emily Grimes pitched the win and poked a double and a single. Angie Menninga also had a pair of hits for PC. Have a great week and keep an eye on the skies. It is that season again. Reminiscing By Hilda Souer Eddie Evans was back visiting his mother, Lois, and went to church on Sunday. They had the veterans stand and honored them. Eddie and Kenny were the only ones there. It was a very nice service for the veterans. Ellen and Jean played a special song for them. Delores Schmidt s granddaughter was at church and said Delores was home again, and had to go back to Iowa City to the hospital again. She has had quite a time. Michelle s son, Craig, came with her and said he wouldn t be back for a while as he was going to his home. I missed him helping before her sermon. Pastor Michelle goes to Barnes City, Millersburg and North English to preach, so it keeps her on the go on Sundays. Saturday, Kenny and I went to Grinnell and shopped. We went to a super yard sale that had everything, even cookbooks. Ha! Just got a few. We ate at Pizza Ranch. Kenny s daughter, Marveta, and granddaughter, Melissa, came Sunday to decorate Kenny s daughter Linda s grave in Malcolm. Dolly enjoyed Marveta entertaining her. She enjoys company. We had lunch before they left. Melissa has to eat gluten free food and Marveta is a vegetarian. We had some radishes from Bobby s garden. They are really good. Tuesday, Ellen Zimmerman and I went to North English Nursing Home for music. George Warner wasn t feeling well, so she didn t have us pick her up to go. The residents like to see her too and visit with her. Ellen and I had lunch at the malt shop. After church Sunday, Ellen said they got a get well card for Barb Zimmerman and Eddie Evans signed it sorry for your Deep River News By Janet Rauch roofing problem, as Barb has shingles they got a bang out of this. Eddie is a character. We had a fun day at Donn as this week. Four of her great grandkids were there. All about the same age. They had a big time. Aunt Judy was in charge. Kenny and I shopped at Grinnell Friday. We ate at KFC, I got some music at Second Mile and a few other things. Adam s little girl can t say the dog s name at Shelby s, so she calls Jack, Woof Woof. We all got a bang out of that. They are still working on the sidewalks uptown. Bobby brought us some more radishes out of his garden. They are real good and crisp. Robbie Yeager was at church with two black eyes she got from hitting her head on the car door when she looked up. She had a bump on her forehead too. Ellen Zimmerman and Jeanie Fisher went to Kansas City to a wedding Sunday, so Sally Mc- Clain Johnson played for church in their place. CINNAMON APPLE SALAD 2 (3 oz.) pkgs. lemon Jello 1/2 c. red hot cinnamon candies 3 c. boiling water 2 c. unsweeted applesauce 1 T. lemon juice Dash of salt 1/2 c. broken walnuts 2 (3 oz.) pkgs. cream cheese 1/4 c. milk 2 T. salad dressing Dissolve gelatin and candies in boiling water. Stir in mashed applesauce, lemon juice and salt. Chill until partially set. Add nuts. Place in 8x8x2 pan. Blend softened cream cheese, milk and salad dressing; spoon on top. Swirl through salad in marble. Chill until firm. Cut in squares to serve. What a weekend! It started last Friday when the Class of 1959, Tri-County South, met together at the Pizza Ranch in Sigourney. We had prearranged the date and we enjoyed one another in the meeting room. We are truly blessed as we view one another not only as classmates, we agree we are all like extended family. One by one we greeted one another and spent the rest of the time working on a Trivia Game that included incidents of time gone by! We all went to school and graduated from What Cheer in 1959 and it was when all the stores up and down the street in What Cheer was filled with activity. The pottery was still in full force and employed most of the men in town. We worked on the trivia game in groups. Two winners were awarded a What Cheer coffee cup for answering the most questions. The remainder of time. Individuals table hopped and made sure they learned up-to-date news of each other s family. Then, Saturday morning, the 59 ers met at the What Cheer Bandstand and simply looked over the town. We gave each other reminders of happenings of our town. We reminded each other where the dime store used to be, the Tic Toc Theater, the Hemsley Garage, the two Thomas Grocery Stores, the Silk Grocery Store, Nilles Clothing Store, the three taverns, Atwood Shoe Store, on and on the group remembered. Then, we left as a group to visit and place a wreath on the grave of Dennis Harrison. He was our classmate that passed away between our Junior and Senior years of High School. We each shared our memory of a young man who was like a brother to us all...this was before schools offered grief counselors. We simply shared our grief one with another and helped each other through this trying time in our young lives. The morning was not over yet, we then proceeded as a group to the gravesite of another student who recently passed away, John Wagner. We placed flowers on his grave and shared memories of John with one another. We all proceeded back to Sigourney where we met for a light lunch at K s on the Square. More classmates joined us for this luncheon, so we con- tinued sharing our memories of 55 and more years ago. We all admitted the time has gone rapidly by. Our evening would end with one more gathering, the 47th Annual Banquet Meeting at the Tri-County gymnasium. It is hard to believe it was 47 years ago that students from Gibson, Thornburg, Keswick and What Cheer joined together and the Tri-County School System was organized. What Cheer used to have colors of red and white and were called the Warriors, but after joining together into the Tri-County Schools, we changed to black and gold and the new body of students would be called Trojans. This was a big change for these four schools. However, as I look around at the happenings of this night, it certainly has been successful. I was especially impressed this night as the 25 year class presented a plaque in memory of Deputy Eric Stein. Oh, and I must tell you two subscribers to the News Review sought me out to tell me they read Ponderings of the Heart each week. I told them... please renew your subscription when the time comes! One person asked me what my favorite farm story happened to be. I promised I would re-write it again soon. It is all about an encounter I had with a big, red bull. Even my grandchildren ask me if I would retell this... so it bears repeating. Be sure to watch for my favorite story in next week s News Review. I have been happy to serve on the Alumni Board for the last three years. It is such a joy to see all these classmates from years past join together. It is a blessing to be part of the Tri-County Alumni and serve in this community. I returned home that night extremely tired, yet so joyful as I looked back over this wonderful weekend. I praised God for not only these wonderful friends of long ago, but new ones that I have met along the way serving in the Alumni. There is no greater joy than living a life of service in the various areas of our community. Are you involved in helping others? If not, would you consider serving in some capacity to help our community be a better place. God bless you. In thinking about back then I realized I missed a few things plus one that really changed the face of the main or center street. This was the disastrous fire on the street s East side. When there was a new look there was a large building for Gatewood Motors and their new and used cars could be seen where the bandstand was once located. Following its closure there were different businesses. Gas pumps are in the car lot area and food was served in the main building plus the area to service cars. Today is Neighbors and food is again being served. Although it is not open for business a Car Wash building is located at the end of this block and once there was a barber shop between the two business. After this fire the drug store was relocated to the building directly across the street. Then on this same side and at the north end, there was once an implement store and then, until its closure, was the post office. Today the fire station is located in the back. Then, across the street from the telephone office was once the town s second doctor. His office area as two rooms in their home. The lumber yard was moved to the East of the other street when it closed, there was a feed store that also used the drive on scales. Another major change of today is the large water tower with the town s name and its being noted for the covered bridge which, after it was destroyed, a replica was built at the base of the water tower and easily seen by passing motorists. Keokuk County Society News Pine Hill Doggie lodge Quality Boarding and Grooming Kelly Larry Here are the answers to the crossword puzzle from May 28, 2014 This Week s Crossword Puzzle Sponsored By: Atwood Electric, Inc Improving lives. Curing type 1 diabetes (T1D). Call CURE or visit JDRF.org. A CFC participant. Provided as a public service.
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Long term work, great pay, benefits, and per diem. Call , if no answer please leave your information. (INCN) Want a Career Operating Heavy Equipment? Bulldozers, Backhoes, Excavators. Hands On Training & Certifications Offered. National Average Hourly! Lifetime Job Placement Assistance. VA Benefits Eligible! (INCN) Hiring Regional Class CDL-A Drivers. New Pay Package. Home regularly, and $1500 Sign-On Bonus! Call or apply at www. heyl.net (INCN) Hogan is Hiring! CDL-A Solo & Team Truck Drivers Sign-on Bonus: $5K for Solos & $10K for Teams Solos: Earn up to $52,000/yr Teams: Earn up to $141,000/yr OO Solos: Earn up to $162,000/yr OO Teams: Earn up to $320,000/yr split More than Weekly Hometime (INCN) SHORT HAUL AND REGIONAL Flatbed Drivers. $50, % qtrly bonuses. Home time guaranteed!!! Great benefits, 401K! 6 mo. T/T exp/ Class A CDL. 877/ www. schilli.com (INCN) Flatbed Drivers- Starting Mileage Pay up to.41 cpm Health Ins., 401K, $59 daily Per Diem pay. Home Weekends or www. boydandsons.com (INCN) Partners in Excellence OTR Drivers APU Equipped Pre-Pass EZ-pass passenger policy & Newer equipment. 100% NO touch. Butler Transport (INCN) Drivers: CDL-A Train and work for us! Professional, focused CDL training available. Choose Company Driver, Owner Operator, Lease Operator or Lease Trainer. (877) (INCN) Thanks to each of you who sent cards for Bubsy s 80th birthday. It was great being showered with good wishes. Bubsy and Ginny. SK23* The family of Lucille Weber thanks everyone who sent cards, memorials, prayers, food and calls during the passing of their Mother. For the staff at Manor House who gave loving care for 3 years. Thank you to Pastor Carla for her beautiful service, the Baptist ladies for the delicious pies to go with the tasteful meal served by Baker Catering. God bless all. Frank Weber, Trilla Christner, Larry Weber and Families. S23* For Rent For Rent: 1 bedroom Senior/NonSenior Living. $380/mo. Galaxy Apartments, SK23 For Rent In What Cheer: 3 bedroom house, 2 car attached garage, all appliances provided. Available June or SK20tfn For Rent: 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Utilities included SK2tfn Garage Sale Sauerkraut City Wide Garage Sales Ackley, Iowa Friday, June 6, and Saturday, June 7. Maps available: King s Hometown, Kum & Go, Casey s. MAP23 Help Wanted Youth Group Saturday, June 7 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Church Dining Room 210 East Spring St. Model Home Open House Fridays and Saturdays 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. or by appointment any time 1139 Pelican Dr., Kalona 2 mi. E. on Hwy. 22, N. on Pelican Dr. (319) Help Wanted Sigourney Body Shop Sigourney BP - Cobb Oil Sigourney Care Center Sigourney Golf Club Sigourney Kiwanis Club Sigourney Lions Club Sigourney Tree Care Sigourney TV & Appliance Sinclair Tractor Sloan Mohr Monument Co. St. Mary Catholic Church Suite C Subway (Sigourney) Tammy s Headquarters Tanger Outlet Mall Tangles by Jen Target (Ottumwa) Tennyson Enterprises Texas Roadhouse The Garden Gate The Strand TIP Rural Electric Town & Country Insurance True Value Turbo Car Wash Vermeer Wagler Motor Wagler, Rachel Walker Drive & Car Dealership Wallerich Plumbing Wal-Mart (Coralville) Wal-Mart (Oskaloosa) Wal-Mart (Ottumwa) WC Gretter & Sons Webb, Ed & Joyce Wehr, John Wheeldon s Wheels Windhorst Club of Harper K of C Wolfe Family Vision Center Kirkwood Comm. College Luther College Grand View University Wartburg College Mt. Mercy College William Penn University AIB UNI St. Ambrose College Graceland University Coe College Loras College ISU Indian Hills Comm. College DMAC Drake University Simpson College Iowa Central Comm. College Northwestern Central College Morningside College LaJames College Thank you for your generosity and continued support. Some kids think synthetic drugs, often called fake marijuana and bath salts, are safe. I would like to thank everyone for the cards, food, flowers, visits and prayers that I received following my heart attack. A special thanks to Larry Carey. I received a good report from my heart doctor and they moved my hip surgery up from 6 months to 3 months. John Sieren. S23* We would like to thank everyone for the cards, calls, thoughts and prayers since our sister and aunt went home to be with the Lord. We are very grateful for the cards and visits that she received while in the nursing home the last two years, they brightened her days. Thank you to the ladies who provided the wonderful lunch at the What Cheer Baptist Church and to Pastor Dick and Jane Larson for all you have done for us. God bless, The Frances Karsten Family. S23* Part Time Loader Operators Douds Stone, LLC is looking for loader operators to fill in at our scale houses. Douds Stone operates quarries in various locations in southeast Iowa. Construction and maintenance experience is preferred These positions comes with a benefit package that includes 401(k). If interested in this position you can apply on-line at or in person at Cards of Thanks Keota Lawn and Power Equipment Sales and Service 105 South Green, Keota Dean Redlinger Production Workers Douds Stone, LLC is looking for production workers for our quarry operations. Douds Stone operates quarries in various locations in southeast Iowa. Construction and maintenance experience is preferred. These positions comes with a benefit package that includes health ins, 401(k), life insurance, flexible spending plan and paid holidays. If interested in this position you can apply on-line at com or in person at Douds Stone, LLC Terminal Ave. Ottumwa, IA Douds Stone, LLC is an E.O.E. that encourages women & minorities to apply I wish to thank the two gentlemen who came to help me after falling uptown on April 1. They were caring and I do appreciate how quickly they came to my rescue. Also, a big thank you to the Sheriff s deputy and EMT s who helped. I was taken to the local hospital and had many tests and procedures there. The doctors and staff were very caring and I am still recovering. Thank God for His help. Sincerely, Donna Linnenkamp Swine Technician VMC Management is looking for a Swine Technician for a 2,700 head hog unit near Webster. Responsibilities include working in the breeding and farrowing barns and assisting the management team in daily tasks. Previous swine experience is preferred and rotational weekends are required. We offer competitive salary, benefits and bonuses. Call Yuriy at MA/LPN/RN Part Time UI Health Care Sigourney is seeking a highly knowledgeable PartTime MA/LPN/RN. Under the general direction of a physician or mid-level provider, prepares patient for exam and assists with procedures. Performs tests including EKG s, urinalysis, strep test, audiometry and vision screening, pregnancy test. Cleans and stocks patient exam rooms as necessary throughout the day. Will schedule tests, procedures, and admissions outside the clinic as directed by LIP as well as perform procedures including but not limited to urine caths, ear irrigations, cerumen removal, phlebotomy and must possess excellent keyboard skills. Must be a graduate of an accredited nursing school or medical assistant program. Must be proficient in the use of computers and other office machines. Candidate must possess multi-tasking skills, be capable of working in a fast paced environment, display a professional appearance, and be self-motivated. Patient satisfaction must be first on the list of priorities. To apply visit employment They are not they can be dangerous in many ways. Talk to your parents about the dangers of synthetic drugs. Find out more at DrugFreeIowa.org For Immediate Assistance, call the Iowa Substance Abuse Information Center toll-free Help Line at DrugFreeIowa.org J Thank you to the Sigourney Community School District for allowing us to have After Prom at the school. Thank you to Paula Rasplicka for helping us with class list, collecting permission slips, addresses, etc. your help is greatly appreciated. Thank you to the Dave Hammon Family for allowing us to use your crazy trikes. The kids had a blast on them. We even got our Principal to try one out! Thank you to the Keota After Prom Committee for allowing us to visit your After Prom. You gave us numerous tips and advice that greatly contributed to the success of our night. Thank you, also, to Rodger and Sharon Aller. The cash cube and Plinko game that you made for us are wonderful. We appreciate that you delivered and set them up for us. Thank you to Dick and Bev deregnier for allowing us to take over your basement with all of our gifts. It was nice to have a big area to organize everything. We had a very successful turnout this year. There were 108 students that attended the After Prom party. This is the largest group of kids that we have had in a very long time. Without the support of community and surrounding area, it would not be possible to provide a safe and fun night for our students. Kids: You need to talk to your parents. Cards of Thanks Douds Stone, LLC is an E.O.E. that encourages women & minorities to apply Send a letter of application, resume, and references to: Sandy Steinke Tri-County CSD Box 17 Thornburg, IA J Keokuk Co. Veterinary Clinic Keota Meat Locker Kinze Mfg. Kum & Go (Oskaloosa) Lancaster Christian Church LDL Builders Lifetime Dental Solutions Lumber Company M4i Concrete Mahaska Bottling Co. Mahaska Drug Manor House Care Center McDonald s (IC/Coralville) McDonald s (Oskaloosa) Menards MidWestOne Bank Misc. On Main Moore Hair Design Morse Feed & Grain Musco Lighting Northwestern Mutual Pappy Davis Trucking Patritto Orthodontics Phelp s Auto Supply Pizza Ranch Powell Funeral Chapel PTL The Shop Sande Family Scheel s Schroeder Frame & Repair Schroeder, John & Karen Douds Stone, LLC Terminal Ave. Ottumwa, IA DrugFreeIowa.org The 2014 Sigourney After Prom Committee would like to thank the following people, businesses and colleges for donating to the After Prom party: Delta Grocery Delta Ruritans Denny Construction Design House Plus DuroLast Roofing Farmers Savings Bank, Keota Fountain Fitness Gentry Insurance Glandon Construction Greenley s Corp. H & M Farm & Home Supply Hammes Masonry Healing Arts Hi-$ Auction Hickenbottom/Bowers Const. Holm Funeral Home Horak Insurance Hy-Vee (Oskaloosa) Ideal Ready Mix Jackie s Beauty Salon Jack s Corner Drug Store Jody Miller K & L Foods Kapple Dental Associates KBOE Radio Keoco Auction Co. Keokuk County AARP Keokuk County Abstract Keokuk County Bowl Keokuk County Health Center Keokuk County Implement Notice 1.0 FTE Elementary Teacher 1.0 FTE Family Consumer Science (Possible Sharing) 0.6 FTE Vocal Music FCCLA Sponsor Junior Class Sponsor Head Girls Basketball Assistant Girls Basketball Assistant Football Head Boys Basketball Cook (7 hours/day) Substitute Cooks, Custodians, Bus Drivers Substitute Teachers Taking the Headaches Out of Construction Ag Plus All American Pest Control Alliant Utilities Amy s Salon House & Spa Anonymous Donors Applebees (Ottumwa) Axmear Fabricating Bain Electric Barron Motor Supply Beinhart-Benson, Kirsten Bells Collision Repair Belva Deer Inn Bender Foundry Service, Inc. Benny s Feed Shed Bethel UMW Bootcamp Madness Brian Long Hay Grinding Coral Ridge Mall Carlos O Kelley s, IC Casey s General Store Cassens Mill CEC Theatre (Ottumwa) Church of Christ City of Sigourney Clarahan Trucking Co. Cloudburst9 Clow Valve Co. Cobra Club Copeland Auto Body Country & More County Bank Deb s Permanent Solution Tri-County Community School District Has the Following Openings Sigourney United Methodist Church Garage Sale 9 Christensen Farms is seeking the services of an Independent Contractor for the management of a swine farm in the Lake Mills, IA area. Services required include daily animal care, loading/unloading, feed and ventilation management and building maintenance. This independent contractor must not be in contact with other swine for bio-security purposes. For further information, please contact Amanda Meine at
10 10 Wednesday, June 4, 2014 Keokuk County Board Proceedings MAY 19, 2014 The Keokuk County Board of Supervisors met in regular session, Monday, May 19, 2014 in the Board Room of the Courthouse. All members were present. Hadley moved, Wood seconded to approve the tentative agenda. All ayes and motion carried. Wood moved, Hadley seconded to approve the minutes of May 12, 2014 as submitted. All ayes and motion carried. Met with Engineer McGuire regarding Keokuk County Highway Department. The Washington County Riverboat Foundation (WCRF) meeting will be held on May 21, 2014 with hopes of being chosen to receive funding for the communication tower project. Hadley moved, Wood seconded approval of resolution to revise Keokuk County 2014 five year road program to include Fema funded projects. All ayes and motion carried. Wood moved, Hadley seconded approval of temporary construction easement for Project Number BRS-CO54 (93) (west of What Cheer) as submitted. All ayes and motion carried. Wood moved, Hadley seconded to approve purchase of a 2002 used telecommunications shelter/with 10 year warranty and new HVAC systems from Lattice Communications at an approximate cost of $30,000. All ayes and motion carried. Wood moved, Hadley seconded to approve the claim listing dated May 19, 2014 as submitted. All ayes and motion carried. Hadley moved, Wood seconded acknowledgement of Personnel Report for the hire of Bradley Luers, Conservation Aide (temporary/ seasonal), Conservation Department with hire date of May 19, 2014 at $11.00 per hour and wage increase to $12.00 per hour effective July 1, 2014 as submitted. All ayes and motion carried. Various board and committee reports were held. Wood attended City of Thornburg/RUSS and monthly RUSS meetings. Hadley attended Emergency Management and Veterans Affairs meetings. Berg attended Mental Health Redesign, English River Watershed and viewed county roads with Engineer McGuire last week. Discussion of old/new business and public comment was held. Upcoming retirement announcements for Dick Coffman, Sheriff s Office and Monte Nilles, Secondary Roads employees were mentioned. On vote and motion the meeting adjourned at 9:35 a.m. The above and foregoing information is a summary of the minutes taken at the above indicated meeting. The full and complete set of minutes are recorded and available at the office of the Keokuk County Auditor. CLAIM DATE: May 19, 2014 AGRILAND FS 29, ALL AM PEST CONTROL ALLIANT ENERGY ALTORFER MACHINERY AM HOME FIND ASSOC ARMSTRONG, MICHAEL AXMEAR, ELIZABETH BAIN ELECTRIC BANKERS LEASING BARRON MOTOR BELL, LONNIE R BOND, RICHARD BRETHREN CHURCH C J COOPER & ASSOC CARD CENTER CARPENTER UNIFORM 1, CENTRAL IA DISTRIBUTING CENTRAL IOWA DETENTION CHARLES CAPPER FORD CLUBB, ROBBIN COBB OIL CO 1, COMBUSTION CONTROL 1, DCI DECATUR CO SHERIFF DESIGN HOUSE DIRECTV DON S TRUCK SALES DOUDS STONE 84, EAST LANCASTER TWP ENGLISH RIVER TWP CLERK ENGLISH VALLEY PLBG/HTG FARMERS COOP 3, FERRELL, JAMES Notice of Probate Probate No. ESPR NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Iowa District Court Keokuk County IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF RONALD L. NELSON, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Ronald L. Nelson, deceased, who died on or about April 12, 2014: You are hereby notified that on the 25th day of April, 2014, the last will and testament of Ronald L. Nelson, deceased, bearing date of the 13th day of February, 2013, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that George Henry Northup was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of the mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 25th day of April, George Henry Northup Executor of estate 108 East South Street Ollie, IA John N. Wehr, ICIS PIN No: AT Attorney for executor 116 E. Washington St., P.O. Box 245 Sigourney, IA Date of second publication 4th day of June, S22-2 FIRST RESOURCES 4, GENT, DONNA GREEN, MICHAEL GREENLEYS CORP GRP & ASSOC H & M FARM & HOME HANSELMAN, BETH HOLIDAY INN AIRPORT HOLY TRINITY CEMETERIES HORRAS, SARA HOUSE, GEORGE 5.70 IACCVSO ICIT IDEAL READY MIX 31, IOWA CO PUBLIC HLTH ASSOC IOWA FIRE EQUIPMENT 1, ISACA ITSAVVY K AND L FOODS 1, KEMPF, MARGARET KENT, CHARLES KEOKUK CO CLERK OF COURT KEOKUK CO EMPLOYEES 3, KEOKUK CO HEALTH CTR KEOKUK CO HWY DEPT 3, KEOKUK CO RECORDER 7.80 KEOTA, CITY OF KERR, JOHN 6.30 KONE INC LAFAYETTE TWP CLERK LINN COUNTY SHERIFF LISCO/LTDS 1, LUMBER COMPANY M & M ENTERPRISES 11, MAHASKA CO ENVIRON 3, MAHASKA CO SHERIFF MARTIN, LARRY MENARDS MESSERSCHMITT, LAVADA MID-AMERICA PUBLISHING 1, MIDWEST BREATHING AIR MIKE S PARTS & SERVICE MOORE, JANICE MOORE, ROGER MULTI-COUNTY OIL 8, MYLES MILLER REFRIG NORRIS ASPHALT PAVING 1, NOTARY ROTARY OFFICE CENTER PERKINS, PAMELA PHELPS AUTO SUPPLY PLEASANT GROVE CEMETERY 1, POSTMASTER POWELL, JEFFREY QUILL CORP RACOM CORP RICHLAND TOWNSHIP RICOH USA RIVER PRODUCTS 17, ROGERS, LEROY SADLER POWER TRAIN 1, SEMCO LANDFILL SIGOURNEY BODY SHOP SIGOURNEY CLEANERS SIGOURNEY COMM SCH DST SIGOURNEY FFA CHAPTER SINCLAIR TRACTOR SMITH, LARRY SORDEN CEMETERY STROBELS INC T I P REC THOMAS, MARCHITA THOMSON REUTERS-WEST THRELKELD-LARSON, VIRGINIA TRANSIT WORKS TRUE VALUE U S POSTAL SERV UBBEN US CELLULAR VAN BUREN TWP CLERK VERIZON WIRELESS VISION AG LLC 1, WAECHTER, MARILYN WALKER S OFFICE SUPP WALLERICH, DAVID WAPELLO CO SHERIFF WAPELLO RURAL WATER WASHINGTON CO MHDS 2, WASHINGTON CO SHERIFF 1, WASTE MANAGEMENT 7, WHITE, JERRY WINDSTREAM WINN CORP ZEE MEDICAL ZEP SALES & SERVICE TOTAL $250, Notice of Probate Probate No. ESPR NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Iowa District Court Keokuk County IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GLENN L. GREENLEE, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Glenn L. Greenlee, Deceased, who died on or about March 23, 2014: You are hereby notified that on the 2nd day of May, 2014, the last will and testament of Glenn L. Greenlee, deceased, bearing date of the 21st day of November, 2013, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Katherine Greenlee was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of the mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 3rd day of April, Katherine Greenlee Executor of estate 540 W. Miller Street, Apt. 10 Marengo, IA Robert J. Leinen, ICIS PIN No: AT Attorney for executor Elwood, Elwood & Leinen P.O. Box 460 North English, IA Date of second publication 4th day of June, S22-2 REQUEST FOR MOWING BIDS The City of Sigourney will be accepting bids for mowing the following City properties: Legion Park including Ball Fields, Town Square Park, Water Tower Lot, Lot at the Corner of Stuart Street and Elm Street and Lot at the Corner of Stuart Street and Walnut Street. A complete list of properties is available at the City Clerk s Office. Bids should be per mowing. Bidders will be required to use their own equipment and to carry liability insurance, which shall be on file at the City Clerk s office. Sealed bids will need to be returned to the City Clerk s office, 100 North Main Street, Sigourney, Iowa by 4:00 p.m. on Monday, June 16th, The outside of the envelope must be marked Mowing Bid. MAYOR AND COUNCIL SIGOURNEY, IOWA Sigourney City Council Minutes Sigourney City Council Minutes The following are summarized minutes of the regular City Council meeting of May 21, The Sigourney City Council met in regular session in the Council Chambers at City Hall on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 with Mayor Hollingsworth presiding and the following Council members answering roll call: Glandon, Bender, McLaughlin and Schultz. Council member Landgrebe arrived at 6:47 p.m. Others present were: Joan Sieren; Randy and Janet Stichter; Tim Brcka, South Ottumwa Savings Bank; Stacy Flynn, Kiwanis Representative; Don Northup, Water / Wastewater Superintendent and Pool Operator; Brent Gilliland, City Services Director and Building Inspector; Allan Glandon, Police Chief; and Angie Alderson, City Clerk. The meeting was called to order at 6:01 p.m. McLaughlin moved, seconded by Glandon, to approve the tentative agenda. Roll call vote was Ayes: 4. McLaughlin moved, seconded by Schultz, to approve the following items on the consent agenda: minutes for the May 7, 2014 regular Council meeting; accounts payable claims totaling $25,854.08; Library accounts payable claims totaling $4,127.85; Angie Alderson and Sherrie Casper to attend the 2014 Small City Workshops sponsored by the Iowa League of Cities on June 12, 2014 in Wellman, Iowa at a cost of $35.00 per person; temporary alley closing and related items for a beer garden on July 3rd and 5th on West Marion Street (Resolution No ); and the credit card report. Roll call vote was Ayes: 4. McLaughlin moved, seconded by Bender, to open the public hearing regarding the amendment of the current City budget for fiscal year Upon the roll being called, the following voted Ayes: Glandon, Bender, McLaughlin and Schultz. Nays: None. Motion approved and the public hearing was opened at 6:05 p.m. Schultz moved, seconded by Glandon, to close the public hearing. Upon the roll being called, the following voted Ayes: Glandon, Bender, McLaughlin and Schultz. Nays: None. Motion approved and the public hearing was closed at 6:08 p.m. Schultz moved, seconded by Bender, to approve Resolution for a proposed budget amendment for fiscal year ending June 30, Roll call vote was Ayes: 4. McLaughlin moved, seconded by Bender, to approve replacing the roofs on the guard house and the bath house with the Fabral metal and to pay for this with local options sales tax money. Roll call vote was Ayes: 4. Council member Landgrebe arrived at 6:47 p.m. Glandon moved, seconded by Bender, to approve the display ad to possibly hire for one or two position(s) on an as needed basis. Roll call vote was Ayes: 5. Bender moved, seconded by Schultz, to approve the display ad to request mowing bids. Roll call vote was Ayes: 5. Schultz moved, seconded by Glandon, to approve the second reading of City Code of Ordinance Amendment to Title VI Physical Environment Chapter 5 Utilities Billing Charges ( Rate of Sewer Rent and Manner of Payment). Roll call vote was Ayes: 5. McLaughlin moved, seconded by Landgrebe, to approve the second reading of City Code of Ordinance Amendment to Title VI Physical Environment Chapter 5 Utilities Billing Charges (6-5-8 Water Rates). Roll call Notice of Probate Probate No. ESPR NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Iowa District Court Keokuk County IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FRANCES V. GREENLEY, Deceased. To all persons interested in the Estate of Frances V. Greenley, Deceased, who died on or about May 1, 2014: You are hereby notified that on May 9, 2014, the Last Will and Testament of Frances V. Greenley, deceased, bearing the date of May 25, 1984, was admitted to probate in the above named Court and that Terrence P. Greenley was appointed Executor of the Estate of Frances V. Greenley. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of the mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated: May 15, Terence P. Greenley Executor of Estate P.O. Box 29 Sigourney, Iowa Craig R. Foss Attorney for Estate Foss, Kuiken & Cochran, P.C. P.O. Box 30 Fairfield, Iowa AT Date of second publication: June 4, S22-2 Keota Transmission and Repair Erik Strand 128 E. Broadway Keota, IA Specializing In Transmission & Driveline Repair Bain Electric Gary Bain 110 E. Washington B - Sigourney Residential & Commercial Electrical Work little classifieds FOR BIG RESULTS vote was Ayes: 5. Schultz moved, seconded by Landgrebe, to approve sending up to four (4) candidates for POST and MMPI testing for police candidates. Roll call vote was Ayes: 5. Glandon moved, seconded by McLaughlin, to approve the following Community Betterment Projects: $16.72 for diesel to fill a tractor that was used on the sports field and $ to place a half page ad in a Tourism Guide sponsored by the Sigourney News Review. Roll call vote was Ayes: 5. The June 4th, 2014 regular Council meeting will be held at City Hall at 6:00 p.m. The meeting was adjourned by acclamation at 7:25 p.m. The full and complete minutes are available at the Sigourney Clerk Clerk s office upon request. Terry W. Hollingsworth, Mayor ATTEST: Angela K. Alderson, Sigourney City Clerk CITY OF SIGOURNEY MAY 21, 2014 CLAIMS Acco - Services $1, All American Pest Control - Services $35.00 Alliant Energy - Utilities $9, Atwood Electric - Services $1, Barron - Supplies $36.22 Brown Supply Co. - Supplies $ Cassens Mill Corp. - Supplies $5.50 Cobb Oil Co., Inc. - Supplies $16.72 Douds Stone - Supplies $ H & M Farm and Home - Supplies $ Iowa One Call - Services $43.50 Keokuk County Treasurer - Fuel $2, Loktronics Security Corp. - Services $87.67 Lumber Company - Supplies $26.50 Norris Asphalt Paving - Supplies $ Phelps Auto Supply - Supplies $14.00 Plumb Supply Company - Supplies $90.46 Royal Portable Toilets - Services $ SEMCO Landfill - Services $2, Sigourney Cleaners - Services $24.00 Sigourney Community Fire Department - Appropriation $1, Sinclair Tractor - Supplies $1, Snakenberg Welding - Services $ Trans-Iowa Equipment, Inc. - Supplies $1, Tremmel Backhoe - Services $2, Windstream - Services $ $25, May 2014 Library Claims Access Systems (Setup/Monthly) $ All American Pest Control (Pest Control) $30.00 Alliant Energy (Utilities) $ Atwood Electric (Services) $ Baker & Taylor (Books) $ Bancard (Postage,Books,Movies/Music, Supplies) $ Curtis Fisher Lawn Mowing (Services) $20.00 Demco (Supplies) $ Dollar General (Supplies) $63.55 ICN (Internet) $8.91 Koch Brothers (Services) $ Penworthy (Books) $ Windstream (Phone) $53.19 TOTAL $4, Note: Library Claims are approved only by the Sigourney Public Library Board at their monthly meetings and are not subject to the review and approval of the Sigourney City Council. LIBRARY FUND $ RESTRICTED GIFTS FUND $ COMMUNITY BETTERMENT $ TOTAL $4, Notice of Probate Probate No. ESPR NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Iowa District Court Keokuk County IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DELBERT R. FLEIG, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Delbert R. Fleig, Deceased, who died on or about April 16, 2014: You are hereby notified that on the 20th day of May, 2014, the last will and testament of Delbret R. Fleig, deceased, bearing date of the 24th day of August, 1999, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Steven C. Hoeksema was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of the mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 14th day of May, Steven C. Hoeksema Executor of estate 8808 Franklin Avenue Clive, Iowa Lloyd, McConnell, Davis & Lujan, L.L.P. Attorney for executor 211 W. Washington, P.O. Box 867 Washington, Iowa Date of second publication 4th day of June, S22-2 Pump and Plumbing Sigourney S & S Roger Steffen Specializing in Restoration of Homes Since 1972 Vinyl Siding Seamless Steel Siding Insulation Replacement Windows Seamless Gutter Free Estimates. Insured. Guernsey, IA Notice of Probate Probate No. ESPR NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Iowa District Court Keokuk County IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LELAND DALE INGLE, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Leland Dale Ingle, Deceased, who died on or about December 31, 2013: You are hereby notified that on the 16th day of May, 2014, the last will and testament of Leland Dale Ingle, deceased, bearing date of the 8th day of January, 1996, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Jimmie Dale Ingle, Jackie Lee Ingle and Marty Wayne Ingle was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of the mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 16th day of May, Jimmie Dale Ingle 6440 E P True Pkwy, Unit 1302 West Des Moines, IA Jackie L. Ingle th Ave. Ollie, IA Marty Wayne Ingle th Ave. Eddyville, IA Executor of estate John N. Wehr, ICIS PIN No: AT Attorney for executor 116 E. Washington St., P.O. Box 245 Sigourney, IA Date of second publication 4th day of June, S22-2 Keokuk County Board Proceedings MAY 27, 2014 The Keokuk County Board of Supervisors met in special session, Tuesday, May 27, 2014 in the Board Room of the Courthouse. All members were present. Hadley moved, Wood seconded to approve the tentative agenda. All ayes and motion carried. Wood moved, Hadley seconded to approve the minutes of May 19, 2014 as submitted. All ayes and motion carried. Met with Engineer McGuire regarding Keokuk County Highway Department. Keokuk County was granted $46,100, #11 of 54 recipients, to receive funding by the Washington County Riverboat Foundation (WCRF) to apply towards the new communication tower to be located at the Sheriff s Office. Board consensus was to proceed with the purchase the 10x20x10 communication shelter and $33,126 and additional HVAC 5 year $1,500 for a total of $34,636. Hadley moved, Wood seconded to approve the Personnel Report for Sandra George, parttime dispatcher/jailer date of termination/resignation effective May 26, 2014 as submitted. All ayes and motion carried. Wood moved, Hadley seconded to approve the Personnel Report for Richard E. Coffman, Jail Administrator date of retirement effective May 23, 2014 as submitted. All ayes and motion carried. Hadley moved, Wood seconded to approve the Personnel Report for hire of Brad Hemsley, full-time dispatcher/jailer effective June 9, 2014 at $18.00 per hour as submitted. All ayes and motion carried. Various board and committee reports were held. Wood attended a City of Thornburg/RUSS meeting last week. Hadley attended Semco, Rural Housing Trust Fund and Washington County Riverboat Foundation meetings. Berg attended Endowment, Washington County Riverboat Foundation meetings and viewed county roads with Engineer McGuire. Discussion of old/new business and public comment was held. Board consensus was to hire Mike Green as a part-time temporary custodian with formal action on next week s agenda. On vote and motion the meeting adjourned at 10:00 a.m. The above and foregoing information is a summary of the minutes taken at the above indicated meeting. The full and complete set of minutes are recorded and available at the office of the Keokuk County Auditor. SK23 Public Notice NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION - FULL RELEASE OF MORTGAGE: Notice of Intent to Execute and Record a Certificate of Release TITLE GUARANTY DIVISION, IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY: TO: Key Bank USA, National Association and others to whom this may concern: The Title Guaranty Division, Iowa Finance Authority (Division) has received a request to issue a Certificate of Release for the mortgage described below pursuant to Iowa Code and rules issued thereunder. The mortgage described below does not have an effective release or satisfaction of record in Keokuk County, Iowa:. The original principal amount of the mortgage: $40, Loan number, if known: KF Name of mortgagor(s): C. Sherleen Bodkins Name of original mortgagee (lender): Key Bank USA, National Association Date of the original mortgage: 3/14/2003 Recording date of original mortgage: 5/8/2003 Recording information of original mortgage: Book 394 Page 57 Other applicable recording information: None YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE DIVISION WILL EXECUTE AND RECORD A CERTIFICATE OF RELEASE FOR THE MORTGAGE DESCRIBED IN THIS NOTICE IF THE DIVISION DOES NOT RECEIVE A SAT- ISFACTORY REASON WHY THE DIVISION SHOULD NOT RELEASE THE DESCRIBED MORTGAGE ON OR BEFORE July 18, THE NOTICE MUST BE IN WRITING TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS: Title Guaranty Division Iowa Finance Authority 2015 Grand Ave. Des Moines, Iowa An example of a satisfactory reason preventing the Division from issuing a Certificate of Release may include but is not limited to evidence of an unpaid balance of the loan secured by the mortgage or evidence that a release or satisfaction of mortgage pursuant to Iowa Code Chapter 655 has been placed of record in the appropriate county. Title Guaranty Division, Iowa Finance Authority By: Carolyn M. Nutt Name: Carolyn M. Nutt Title: Mortgage Release Compliance Officer Date: 5/22/ Public Notice Probate No. ESPR NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF CO-ADMINISTRATORS AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS In The Iowa District Court Keokuk County IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF PAMELA LYNN LEDGER, Deceased. To all persons interested in the Estate of Pamela Lynn Ledger, Deceased, who died on or about April 29, 2014: You are hereby notified that on May 22, 2014, that Sarah Ledger and Emma Jo Nelson were appointed Co-Administrators of the Estate of Pamela Lynn Ledger, a Small Estate. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the Estate shall file them with the Clerk of the above named District Court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated: May 28, Co-Administrators of Estate: Sarah Ledger th Blvd. Brighton, Iowa Emma Jo Nelson W. Hwy. 149 Hedrick, Iowa Attorney for Estate: Craig R. Foss, AT Foss, Kuiken & Cochran, P.C. First National Bank Building, Suite 201 P.O. Box 30 Fairfield, Iowa Date of second publication: June 11, S23-2 Dr. Randy Blaylock, Veterinarian Hedrick Office Sigourney Home PRAIRIE MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Your Local FarMutual Serving Keokuk County and Surrounding Counties FAIRFIELD Hollander Insurance KEOTA Lyle Insurance Agency NORTH ENGLISH English Valley Insurance Agency NORTH ENGLISH Grimm Real Estate & Insurance, Inc. OLLIE Gentry Insurance Agency OSKALOOSA Heil Insurance Agency OTTUMWA McCune & Reed Insurance, Inc. SIGOURNEY Horak Insurance SOUTH ENGLISH Grimm Real Estate & Insurance, Inc. VICTOR Heitmann Insurance Services WILLIAMSBURG Grimm Real Estate & Insurance, Inc. WILLIAMSBURG Heitman Insurance Services KEOTA, IOWA PH
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following is a true and correct list of all land and town lots in Keokuk County, Iowa on which taxes are due and unpaid as appears from the tax list in the county system. Notice is hereby given that unless the taxes, interest and costs are paid, the following described land and town lots or so much thereof as is necessary to pay said taxes, interests and cost thereon, will be sold at the Keokuk County Courthouse in Sigourney Keokuk County, Iowa, on the third Monday June 16th 2014, starting at 10 0 clock A.M. of said day until all land and town lots are offered for sale. The sale will be adjourned from time to time as provided by law. For details of said facts and records relative to the amount of taxes penalty interest and cost thereon the year, for which the said taxes are due, the name of the owners, or whom it is taxed, you are referred to the records of the Treasurer s Office of Keokuk County, Iowa, Sigourney, Iowa. These taxes must be paid before 4:00 p.m. June 13, No postmark will be honored. Taxes must be paid by cash, money order or cashiers check in the Keokuk County Treasurer s office. You may also pay online at iowatreasurers.org through June 13, 2014 the internet will be NOT be available from June 14, 2014 through June 20, No personal checks between 5/24/2014-6/13/2014 you may pay with money order, a bank-issued cashier s check or cash. Notice: Treasurer s office will be closed on Monday June 16,2014 for tax sale until 2:00 P.M. Treasurer of Keokuk County Iowa Christine Edmundson
12 12 Wednesday, June 4, 2014 Diam ond A ction Keok in uk Co unty Softball Scores Tuesday, May 27 Sigourney 11, English Valleys 1 Tri-County 15, Keota 0 Lone Tree 6, Pekin 5 Wednesday, May 28 Sigourney 7, HLV 1 Montezuma 14, Keota 0 Tri-County 6, Belle Plaine 2 Thursday, May 29 Moravia 8, Tri-County 4 Wapello 7, Pekin 6 Above: TC s Taylor Markham makes the play at 2nd for the out [photo by Jamie Maxwell]. Below: Kristen Lundy gets the out against Keota for the Trojans [photo by Jamie Maxwell]. Friday, May 30 North Mahaska 12, English Valleys 4 Iowa Valley 15, Keota 1 Lynnville-Sully 11, Tri-County 2 Cardinal 12, Pekin 2 Saturday, May 31 Grinnell 8, English Valleys 3 Albia 13, English Valleys 0 Viking 700 er Farm y! d Rea Fuel EFI Syst e l Stee ed B p Dum m 10 Gallon Gas Tank Wide Enough To Straddle Two 30 Rows of Corn All W En heel gin e B Down Com rak hill fo ing 3 Pas rtable seng Buck er e with A t Seats djust able Drive Po r Sea Ste wer t eri ng d n Grou nch 12-I arance Cle l e Al o Hav We olors T... C e m Th e Fro s o o Ch Purchase $1,000 Yamaha Accessories and Get 1 Year Extended Warranty FREE Stop In And Take A Viking Home! Duke s Yamaha HOURS: Mon., Tues., Wed. 9-5; Thurs. Closed; Fri. 9-6; Sat Exit 210 Top: Freshman Ashlyn Zook will be one of Pekin s main arms this summer. Above: Sigourney s Adam Gragg slid in safely against EV. Right: Pekin s Cole Reighard grounded hard to the shortstop and Savages Madi Denny laced a ground ball up the middle against EV [photos by Adam Meier]. Mahaska Drug Committed To A Healthy Community GIFT HEADQUARTERS Precious Moments Yankee Candles Colonial Candles Willow Tree Angels Jim Shore Collectibles Boyd s Bears Cherished Teddies American Greeting Cards Home Decor Items for Every Holiday Framing & Matting Dept. CRAFT DEPARTMENT Let Our Computerized Mat Made to Order Crochet Cutter Enhance Any Framing Name Project Wilton Cake Supplies The Possibilities Are Endless Red Heart Yarn Photo Department Bernat Yarn 1 hour Photos from Media Craft Books for Any Cards & CDs Project Bring slides & pictures, have DMC Floss them printed or put on a CD Scrapbooking Supplies Photo Gift Items Florals for every Season 205 North E Street, Oskaloosa, Fairfield HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8-9; Sat. 9-6; Sun Local Businesses Geared Up for YOU! Van Dee Bins or Atwood Electric, Inc. Our Commitment To You: Quality Integrity Service Hwy. 149 P.O. Box 311 Sigourney, IA Fax: Sigourney Care Center Ridgeway Hardware Windsor Place Assisted Living Plumbing & Electric Supplies Skilled Nursing Respite Care Long Term Care Assisted Living Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy In-House Restorative Nursing What Cheer HOURS M-F 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed Sunday 900 S. Stone St. Sigourney, IA Your Full Service Florist Fresh Flowers for All Occasions Blooming and Green Plants Silk and Dried Arrangements Balloons and Great Gift Ideas! Deep River Authorized Dealer for: Bins We handle Sukup Floors, Drying Needs and Moving Existing Bins LaKappCo., Inc. Larry Kapple Heating & Air Conditioning Over 40 Years Experience Repair - Service - Sales All Makes and Models Call for ANY KIND of New or Used Bin Repair What Cheer Fire Department Jeremy Bolinger, Chief Chris Terrell, Assistant Chief Terry Burger, 2nd Assistant Mike Armstrong, Secretary/ Treasurer and Training Officer EMERGENCY: 911 Non-Emergency: PREGNANT? and NEED HELP? Pregnancy Testing Free and Confidential M, W, F: 3-4:30 p.m. Thursday: 5:30-7 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. to Noon IRTHRIGHT 117 North 1st Street Oskaloosa, IA Staying ConneCted! Yes, That's The Idea! We Are The News-Review Here Just For You! E. Washington St., PO Box Sigourney, IA A Division of Mid-America Publishing Corporation Customized Business & Personal Printing We Are Gearing Up To Make This Your Spot! Call Today! Baseball Scores Tuesday, May 27 English Valleys 15, Sigourney 11 Tri-County 18, Keota 1 Lone Tree 6, Pekin 5 Wednesday, May 28 HLV 8, Sigourney 4 Tri-County 5, Belle Plaine 1 Montezuma 12, Keota 0 Thursday, May 29 Pekin 9, Wapello 6 Friday, May 30 North Mahaska 10, English Valleys 0 Lynnville-Sully 8, Tri-County 4 Iowa Valley 20, Keota 0 Pekin 6, Cardinal 3 Saturday, May 31 Alburnett 14, Sigourney 3
13 Wednesday, June 4, Blue Oval Finale for Area Tracksters 5/22 5/24 Iowa State Track & Field Championships By Adam Meier, Regional Sports Editor Every track and field athlete across the state of Iowa wants to end its prep career on the blue oval inside Drake Stadium at the State Meet. For one group of senior athletes in Keokuk County, that blue oval served as the final destination for their high school careers and a memory that they ll carry forever. It s a great feeling to end my senior season here, said Sigourney s Kevin Weber. My senior season went fast, but it couldn t have ended any better making it to State. Weber, who qualified for State in the 110-meter high hurdles by winning Districts at BGM, placed ninth at State with a time of seconds and was just.17 seconds away from making the finals. I didn t feel like I had the best start, Weber said. I m usually first out of the blocks through the first few hurdles, but I don t feel like I got a good enough start. It was nerve racking; different atmosphere, different track, Weber added. It was a great feeling being out there but it was a lot to take in all at once. Whereas Weber felt his slow start was the culprit of not running a quicker time, fellow Sigourney senior Becca Ohland was satisfied with how she started in the 100-meter hurdles at State. I had a really strong start, which was really good because I hadn t been starting well lately, said Ohland. But then I hit a few hurdles and that really threw me off. Ohland wound up placing 23rd out of 24 girls in Class 1A and clocked in with a time of seconds. Despite not placing as highly as she would ve liked, Ohland still left Drake Stadium with a feeling of satisfaction. This was the best place I could have ended [my track career], Ohland said. It s really fun to run here; it s a good feeling and good atmosphere. This was my last track meet and I had to give it my all because there s nothing else left. Joining Ohland and Weber at State after qualifying in individual events at Districts were seniors Allison Hewett of English Valleys and Kelsi Sieren of Keota. Hewett, who won the District title in the 1,500 at Belle Plaine, ran a time of 5:29 at State on Saturday and placed 23rd. While Hewett knew she d be running at Drake Stadium immediately after Districts, Keota senior Kelsi Sieren had to wait around a bit to see if her second-place District time was fast enough for her to get to State. I actually found out from my classmate who was looking online right before lunch, Sieren said about learning that she d qualified. I was really excited because I didn t think I was going to make it. Sieren was the very last 1A qualifier in the 400 hurdles, making her the 24th and lowest seed at State. However, after finding out she qualified, Sieren and coach Dan Stout cranked up the practice intensity leading up to State, and it paid off in a big way. Sieren cut off half of a second from her District time and finished in 21st with a time of 1: I was really calm before the race, said Sieren. I ve put in a lot of hard work to get here and I worked even harder once I found out I McDonald Bone Yard & Auto Recycling Heath McDonald, Owner/Operator 502 N. Davis, Keota We BuY Junk Vehicles, Trucks, Buses, RV s, Farm Machinery, Scrap Metal We Sell Good used Tires and Batteries Call for PriCes or Mon.-Fri. - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. qualified. It s kind of nice that it s over, but it sucks at the same time. Finally, the lone area SICL relay to run at State, the Keota boys medley relay, also made the most of its opportunity, running a season-best time of 3:44.39 to place 12th overall. I was shaking I was so nervous, junior Ben Horras said after the race. Horras ran the opening 200 leg for the Eagles in the medley, before handing to sophomore Nate Sieren for the second 200. Senior Kolton Greiner ran the 400 leg of the relay before handing to Luke Lyle, another senior, for the 800. Lyle made a great push in the final 200 meters of the race and passed a number of runners, including Pekin s Cade Millikin, to help the Eagles finish third in the heat. Belle Plaine won the heat and finished second overall behind Mount Ayr, who took the 1A team title. So that closes the book on the careers for a number of great Keokuk County senior athletes. Their prep careers likely went by much quicker than they expected them to, but the memories they ve created in the past months and year will be there for them to look back on forever. By Adam Meier, Regional Sports Editor As good as the English Valleys girl golfers have been this season, they simply weren t up to par with their competition last Tuesday at the Class 1A Regional Final in Reinbeck. The Bears made the 90-minute drive up to Reinbeck s Oak Leaf Country Club last Tuesday morning with the goal of finishing as one of the top two teams in the six-team field, but wound up finishing in sixth. EV s top four golfers of Rylee Voss, Clair Kingland, Jessica Riegel and Sydnie Stephenson, finished with an 18-hole score of 444 one stroke behind fifthplace Central Elkader. Grundy Center took the team title with a very impressive 365, while Clarksville also advanced to State with a 407. North Tama (430) placed third and Central City (439) placed fourth. With nine-hole rounds of 50 and 48, Voss, a junior, led the Bears with a 98 and placed eighth overall. EV s next best finish came via sophomore Clair Kingland, who shot a 111 and placed 21st. Senior Jessica Riegel wrapped up her Rubio Music Jam and Fish Fry at Rubio Community Bldg. (located 3 miles N. of Richland on G-67) Saturday, June 7 Fish Fry at 5 p.m. Music at 6 p.m. Fish, Potato Salad, Cole Slaw & Drink Free Will Offering Handicap Accessible For More Information Contact Pam Hadley at The top four English Valleys golfers are (mixed order, left to right): Clair Kingland, Jessica Riegel, Sydnie Stephenson and Rylee Voss [photos by Adam Meier]. EV Girls Outmatched at Regional Finals A Regional Reinbeck prep career with a 28th-place finish and 18-hole score of 117. Junior Sydnie Stephenson came up one stroke behind Riegel with a 118, tying her for 29th. Senior Paige Hester came up shy of scoring in EV s top four, finishing in 36th with a score of 129. Although Jeff Kingland s squad came up short of reaching their ultimate goal of playing at Marshalltown in the State Meet, the Bears represented their conference and their area better than anyone could ask for. So hats off to the English Valleys girls golf team on a fantastic season! And here s to the Bears on making the 2015 season even better than this one! * Chrysler * Plymouth * Dodge * Jeep Highway 92 West Sigourney, IA Thursday, June 12th 7:00 p.m. Bill Riley Talent Show - KHS Junior High Gymnasium Friday June 13th 5:30 p.m. Food Stand Opens - Broadway Avenue 6:00 p.m. Kids Parade at Maplewood Manor Registration Begins at 5:45 p.m. - No Theme 6:00 p.m. Kids Games Sponsored by CYM - 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. South of Farmers Savings Bank 6:30 p.m. Iowa Pedal Pull Association Pedal Pull Fulton Street, East of The Roost Registration Begins at 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Keota Community Club Ice Cream Social Broadway Avenue 6:30 p.m. Music by the Keota Brass - Broadway Avenue 9:00 p.m. Fun Days Dance to DJ Spike on the Mike Broadway Avenue; Cover Charge, Must Be 21 Saturday, June 14th 8:00 a.m. Keota Fun Run Keota Community School Registration from 7:00 a.m. to 7:45 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Keota Fun Days Grand Parade Sponsored by The Roost; Registration Begins at 8:30 a.m. Holy Trinity Parish Hall 11:00 a.m. Food Stand Opens - Broadway Avenue 12:00 p.m. Local Vendor Market - Lagos Acres Clubhouse 1:00 p.m. VFW Memorial Committee Auction - Outside of Lyle Insurance 1:00 p.m. Kids Games Sponsored by CYM - 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. South of Farmers Savings Bank 1:00 p.m. Garden Tractor Pull sponsored by Miller Auto Body; Behind Miller Auto Body; Lone Tree Pullers Assn. 1:00 p.m. Bean Bag Tournament - East of the Roost 1:00 p.m. Car Show on Broadway - Sponsored by UCF Men s Group 6:00 p.m. KHS Alumni Banquet - KHS Main Gymnasium - Doors at School Open at 4:45 p.m.; Happy Hour at VFW from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
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15 Wednesday, June 4, To Our 2014 State Qualifiers * The following businesses are listed as an added benefit for their annual ( ) commitment to high school varsity athletics in Keokuk County. To be included in this listing, please contact the News-Review at for more information. MHP Home Health & Hospice Services The Keota Eagle Maplewood Manor McCulley Culvert Inc. McDonald Bone Yard & Auto Recycling Miller Auto Body Misc. on Main Modern Communications Olde English Barber Shop Ollinger Electric Phelps Auto Supply Pilot Grove Savings Bank, Member FDIC Pizza Ranch Powell Funeral Homes Prairie Mutual Insurance Association PTL The Shop Ray-Man, Inc. Ridgeway Hardware River Products Co. Inc. Sigourney BP Sigourney Body Shop Sigourney Care Center/ Windsor Place Assisted Living Sigourney Financial Services Sigourney Pride Sigourney Shoe Repair Shop Sloan-Mohr Monument Company State Farm Insurance, Kelli Steil State Farm Insurance, Rodger Redden Sinclair Tractor Strobel s, Inc. Schroeder Alignment & Towing The Garden Gate The Lumber Company The Pro-Line Building Company The Roost Tap Thomas Grocery TruBank, Member FDIC True Value UI Health Care, Sigourney Vittetoe, Inc. Walk ER Drive Thru Wayne (Pappy) Davis Trucking W.C. Gretter & Sons, Inc. White State Bank, Member FDIC Wolf Floral Inc. Wolfe Eye Care Family
16 16 Wednesday, June 4, 2014 Keota Veterans Memorial What Cheer Opera House Auction presents Grimm Sisters & Peggy Wardenburg Gospel & Country Music Saturday, June 7 Sigourney Lions Club Paper Pick Up Regular Monthly Paper Collection Sat., June 7 Please Have Papers Out By 9:00 A.M. No Magazines or Pe r i o d i ca l s 7:30 p.m. Free Will Offering Saturday, June 14, 2014 at 12:00 Noon (Immediately following 11:00 Fun Days Parade) On Broadway Street in Keota All proceeds go to build a memorial to honor our local veterans Wind Down, Catch Up! At the end of the day, take some time to relax and catch upon current events with. Subscribe today and get news from around the Keokuk County. The iew -Rev News Now staying informed is as easy as staying home. Save $11.00 Off Newsstand Price For Home Delivery Call Now To Subscribe!
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