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June 10 E-Edition
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ogden
VOLUME 140
Repor er
Our Town, Make it Yours!
OGDEN, IOWA 50212 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 2015 NUMBER 6
Working to preserve an icon
Sundays during June, the congregation of Immanuel and Swede
Valley Lutheran Church worship at
the Swede Valley Church location.
The first service this year has been
especially important since the Swede
Valley Preservation Committee has
been hard at work over the last ten
years to renew and rejuvenate the
structure. With the work nearing
completion, people present were
able to see the repair and painting
on the sanctuary, the entirely renovated basement, complete with new
kitchen and bathrooms. Furnaces
and air conditioning were added as
well as creating handicapped accessibility.
The Swede Valley Preservation
Committee was established for the
purpose of preserving the church
and its historical facts; it is a landmark in Boone County. This work
of the committee is done solely on
contributions.
Sylvia Dunkleberger, long time
member, says that reading the
church minutes proves interesting.
It seems the church (first established
in 1868), originally in Moingona in
a private home, was moved numerous times. Before the last move to
its present location, it seems there
was some dissension among the
parishioners as to whether to build
at the present location or keep their
current one a mile away.
I guess it was ‘an act of God’
which made the decision for them,
because a tornado destroyed the old
church.
LEFT: Pastor Russ Melby, substituting for Immanuel Lutheran’s
Pastor Chris Cowan, leads the congregation in worship. The service Sunday, June 7 gave parishioners an opportunity to see all
the new renovations at Swede Valley Lutheran Church south of
Ogden.
-Ogden Reporter photo
Live bands are always a big attraction at Ogden Fun Days.
Heroes & Legends
Ogden Fun Days 2015
Thur., Fri., Sat. June 25-27
Ogden Fun Days is fast approaching. This year’s dates are Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, June 25, 26
and 27.
An entertaining time
Invite all veterans to ride the float
All veterans are invited, and encouraged, to ride in the 2015 Ogden Fun
Days parade Saturday, June 27.
You are asked to meet at the Leonard Good Community Center by 10
a.m. that morning.
Childhood memories at Spinning Wheels
by BECKY BLAIR
REPORTER STAFF WRITER
It is indeed, a pleasure for me to
do a story on Spinning Wheels.
As a child it was only two blocks
away from my home. From its opening when I was in second grade,
for years, I would skate there as
often as possible. A pair of
my own, fourwheeled skates
was one of the
very first things
I tried to earn
money for! (I
think I wove
potholders and
sold them for a
quarter each). BECKY BLAIR
I remember
envying the big, colorful pom-poms
some girls laced into their skates,
and some even had skate skirts that
were especially classy!
Oh, the memories! Warren (we
called him ‘Warnie) Christensen
taught me how to waltz, brother
Tom taught me how to skate backwards and brother Jim was the envy
of the whole crowd when he easily
won the ‘Limbo’ game on Sunday
afternoons. After all, he was able to
bend far enough to the side, to pick
up a paper towel off the floor with
his mouth! And it was good for a free
candy bar – a rare treat.
I think it was there that brother
Tom first met up with sister-in-law
Cheryl. She was in sixth and he was
in eighth grade. They’re now going
on their 45th year of marriage!
Even my first broken heart took
place at Spinning Wheels.
One of my first ‘flames’ was during fourth grade. It was common
then to exchange ‘friendship rings.’
They were made of a cheap metal
(that turned my finger green), and
cost like thirty-three cents at Underwood’s Dime Store.
My ‘boyfriend’ flushed his friendship ring (the one I’d saved my hard
earned pennies for) down the toilet
and asked someone named Janice
to skate!
I guess you can say that Spinning
Wheels helped me develop character and made me more resilient!
When I got the word via Facebook that Spinning Wheels would
Big Time Grain Company Band
to play Fun Days Saturday Night!!!
Kansas City’s Premier Country /
Country Rock band will be putting
on an amazing show at the park
band shell the last night of Fun
Days.
The Marshall County Hangmen
and the Bargman Blues Band will
also be playing classic songs to enhance the already fun atmosphere.
Both of these bands have members
that have called Ogden home.
There are a lot of
events going on, to
get signed up for
them hop on
www.ogdenfundays.com
and come on
down to the
park at the
end of this
month!!
Following is information concerning carnival tickets, the
Bill Riley Talent
Show and parade information.
Carnival tickets
Clara and Charles Clark (far left and far right)
are doing their best to keep an Ogden tradition
alive. Son Tim, his daughter Lacy Hike and her
be having the last skate night for
awhile, I knew we had to tell their
story.
Owners, Charles and Clara Clark,
have decided to close it for the
summer and in her words, “If our
health allows it, we’ll open again
next fall.”
Gordon and Warren Christensen
built the business in 1960 and sold
it to the Clarks in 1975. I would say
after 40 years of opening at least
twice a week, and sometimes three
times a week, they have earned a
break!
Besides the regular skates, Friday, Saturday, plus Wednesday
evenings in the summer and Sunday
afternoons in the winter; the Clarks
would host birthday parties, classroom parties and New Year’s Eve
parties – complete with a late skate
for those old enough.
I’d say 40 years of that constitutes a legendary career! I think they
could be honorary parade marshals
son Eli joined in on the final skate of the season.
Spinning Wheels will be closing for the summer
and will re-open this fall.
in our upcoming Fun Days Parade!
Hometown Legends and Heroes for
sure, but Clara and Charles are too
humble for that. I asked them what
changes they’ve seen over the years,
and their comment . . . ‘kids are
kids,’ and when I asked them the
biggest challenge, “trying to keep
up with the kids!”
I suggested that maybe it all has
helped them to stay young. They just
smiled.
About then the music stopped,
and Clara said, “I’ve gotta go, when
the music stops, I have to pay attention.”
It was fun sitting there snapping
a few pictures. The skates look the
same, the floor looks as fresh as
ever. The kids still gab in groups,
some at the foosball table, some at
the air hockey game, and some waiting in line for a snow cone, popcorn
or a candy bar.
Clara announces over the microphone that it’s time to skate in the
opposite direction. Most are very capable skaters. Even the little toddler
who is great-grandson of the owners shuffles his feet back and forth
with ease. There are some skating
backwards, in pairs, individually.
Some slip into a sideways skating
that takes extra concentration. Then
there is an occasional ‘oopsie’ as
one stumbles and falls. They always
jump up and go right on skating.
The final message from the
Clarks is this: “We sure wish we
could sell it to someone who would
keep it open as a skating rink.”
I would suggest that without
Spinning Wheels, Ogden just
wouldn’t be the same.
My wish for you, Clara and
Charles, is that you have a restful
summer, and that over the course of
the next few weeks, someone realizes what a treasure your hometown
business is, and chooses to purchase
it. And in the meantime, thanks for
all you’ve done!
Ogden Fun Days carnival tickets
are now on sale at Clark’s Food
Mart, Casey’s General Store and
VisionBank. A ticket sheet can be
purchased for $15 (a savings of
25%).
A family night will be offered on
Thursday, June 25 from 5 to 9 p.m.
A pre-sold carnival ticket sheet must
be purchased in advance. The presold ticket sheet will be exchanged
for a wrist band at the carnival ticket
booth.
Bill Riley Talent Show
The 2015 Bill Riley Talent Show
will be held Friday, June 26 at the
high school auditorium beginning
at 6 p.m. Check-in begins at 5 p.m.
Registration forms can be found
on the Ogden Fun Days website
(ogdenfundays.com) or from your
music teacher. The Bill Riley Talent Show will have two division
- Sprouts (ages 2-12) and Seniors
(ages 13-21). Prize money will be
awarded for first, second and third
place in each category. First place
winners qualify to perform at the
Iowa State Fair in August.
Kiddie Parade
The Kiddie Parade will be held
Saturday, June
27 beginning at
10 a.m. at the
Ogden Fire Station. Registration is at 9:45
a.m. Registration forms can
be found on
the Ogden Fun
Days website
(ogdenfundays.
com). Prizes will
be awarded.
Main Parade
The main parade will be Saturday, June 27 at 10:30 a.m. with
lineup from 8 to 10 a.m. at the east
high school parking lot. As with
the previous listed events, registration forms can be found on the
Ogden Fun Days website. Prizes
will be awarded in three different
categories: Religious, Commercial
and Theme (Heroes and Legends).
2015 parade marshals are Gary
Paulsen and Dick Smith.
Call 275-2166 for additional details.
Eagle Lake
Camp is back
Community United Methodist Church is once again this year
hosting a week filled with amazing
activities, adventures and unforgettable experiences through the exciting Eagle Lake Camp Monday, June
22 through Friday, June 26.
The camp is supported by area local churches and is located at Community United Methodist Church,
337 SW Second St., Ogden.
To register, go to www.eaglelakecamps.com/Camps/On-Location/
Iowa/OGDEN or go to the link on
the CUMC church website at www.
cumcogden.org. Camp time is Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
and anyone six years of age through
12 years of age can attend.
See full story on page three.
Last week we featured author/editor Margret Aldrich,
a former Ogden girl. Be sure
to check out her most recently
publication, “The Little Free
Library Book,” now on the shelf
at the Leonard A. Good Community Library.
CITY-WIDE GARAGE SALE
Friday, June 12 & Saturday, June 13
SEE ADS INSIDE ON PAGE SEVEN
In Depth
PAGE TWO - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, June 10, 2015
COLUMNISTS, COMMUNITY LIFE, EDITORIALS, LETTERS, POINTS OF VIEW
Letter to the editor:
Ruth’s
Reflections
SECOND ANNUAL
ALL BULLDOG
S
uddenly it’s summer
here in Northern New Mexico! It’s fantastic - sunshiny
days and endless blue skies, flowers
blooming everywhere and trees all
leafed out. It’s green again!
This past Saturday was the annual
spring open house, the official start
to our summer programs, so all week
the volunteers and I did extra cleanup
and preparations for the event. At the
open houses, we offer free pony rides
and usually we have a good number
of kids that want to ride. This year we
also set up the miniature horse panels
that had been donated earlier in the
year when Don and Dulcy came. We
had painted them blue to match our
sanctuary colors, so they looked very
festive. In addition to the pony rides,
the kids could brush Bindy the donkey
and Hava, the pony. It was great practice for the newer volunteers, working
with the kids grooming and leading
Dustee and Vilmar around the round
pen for the rides.
The day before the open house we
worked on the decorations. I always
plant red geraniums with white petunias and little blue flowers in big
planters by the office door. The geraniums winter in my sun room at the
house, then go back outdoors for the
summer. This year we also planted a
bunch of new flowers in a flower bed
by the lower office. All the years we’d
rented the property, I hadn’t bothered
to plant flowers there. But this year it
felt good to clean up the old flower bed
and plant some perennials alongside
the big rose bush. I still have my St.
Francis cement statue that I’d brought
from my flower bed back in Iowa,
which I’d set out also next to the office
door.
When we finished planting all
the flowers, I about started crying. It
meant a lot, something as simple as
planting the new flowers after purchasing the property. I’d wanted to
dress up that old flower bed for years,
but had not because the property had
been for sale and it didn’t seem logical
to spend time and money on flowers.
Now it feels good to make the extra
effort, do a bit of extra planting, extra
cleaning, extra decorating, because
the property is ours.
The open house went well. The
weather was perfect. The horses behaved well. The kids had fun brushing
Bindy and Hava, and riding. Dustee’s
youngest rider was a tiny two year
old girl, who was totally fearless and
delighted to be on a big horse. I was on
my feet from 6 a.m. till the last visitor
left at 4 p.m. I was totally worn out.
I hadn’t even gotten a chance to eat
my lunch. I realized it was probably
the nicest open house we’ve had so
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OGDEN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Join in the fight against
Dakota Access pipeline
to the editor:
I am one of approximately 1,200+ effected landowners along the proposed
Dakota Access Route. My land is in Boone and Webster counties in Iowa. This is
some of the best farmland in Iowa. I have managed this land since 1974, when
my father passed away. Over these years there have been major investments
made for tile, removal of outdated buildings and fences, plus adding a modern
grain storage and drying facility. My farms are surrounded by 5 ethanol plants,
which is where my grain is sold. For over 32 years I was also an IRS Estate and
Gift Tax Attorney (Federal) and traveled 2/3 of Iowa in that job. I have seen
first hand the huge investments of time, labor, and money on farms, as they
were passed between generations to become what we call “Century Farms.”
Why am I “fighting” Dakota Access: First, they want to use Eminent Domain
to force property owners along the route to grant an “easement.” This pipeline
has NO benefit to Iowa as it is only a conduit to save rail costs (which will be in
the billions of dollars), none of which will come to landowners as payments.
Second, there is NO ‘public purpose,’ as required by the Iowa Code since this
is a solely private development. Third, this line traverses the best farmland in
Iowa and when, not if, there is a spill, this will cause environmental damage
to our land, water, air, wildlife, recreation and quality of life for those effected
by any spill that will cost millions and take scores of years to mitigate.
Look only to the BP spill in the gulf ($28 billion+ and ongoing), and the
Exxon Valdese spill along Alaska ($12 billion+ and over 20 years later, is still
on going). In 2014, there were over 7,000 oil spills from pipelines, ships, trains,
etc. and that number is vastly understated as spills at drilling sites are often
never reported.
Fourth, climate change and global warming are real. We are in a new
paradigm where carbon based fossil fuels (oils, gas and coal) no longer are
sustainable if the earth is to survive. Every day we receive enough solar energy
to power ALL our electric needs. What was missing was the means to store this
energy. We now have that, as well as cheap solar/wind/geothermal/wave technology/hydrogen fuels/ plus energy efficiencies and other non-carbon based
technologies that we can adopt so as to move away from traditional carbon/
CO2 polluting fuels. Fifth, I want to leave the planet ‘better’ for my children,
grandchildren and other heirs. It is my ‘responsibility’ to help clean up the
mess we are now in, not just pass it on to others. That is called ‘legacy,’ and
I still have a voice in how I continue to live. As a disabled Vietnam veteran, I
know life can be sometimes hard. But those are the choices we all make, every
day, and me is to get ‘involved.’
Please join me in this ‘fight.’ The ‘health’ of the planet we leave to our family
and heirs is literally at stake if nothing is done NOW!
Keith Puntenney
515-432-6915
Boone, IA
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far, with many local residents coming
out to congratulate us on the property
purchase.
It had been graduation day also
for Taos High School. Hannah, one of
our junior volunteers graduated and
I felt bad that I wasn’t able to attend
her graduation ceremony. But she was
having a reception on Sunday, along
with two other classmates, and we
were invited to that. I thought it was
just a “stop by, have a snack, congratulate the graduate, drop off the gift and
515.203.0678 MATT go home” deal. Wrong. It was a huge
event, with a full dinner that was an
absolute feast of incredibly great New
Mexican food and drink.
The family hosting it had a large
property with a greenhouse and
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produce gardens. They had set up big
tents, with tables and chairs for the
RUTH’S REFLECTIONS
-please turn to page three
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Letter to the editor:
Dear candidates and potential candidates,
As some of the most active and
engaged Republicans in Iowa, we are
writing to urge you to participate in
the Iowa Straw Poll.
The Straw Poll is a political tradition stretching back to 1979. Many of
us remember attending as children, or
bringing our own children along while
we participated in this grassroots
event. In the past, the Straw Poll has
drawn more than 20,000 caucusgoing Iowa activists, which would
make it the largest political gathering
in the country. It’s an incredible opportunity for us to meet the men and
women running for president, but
also an opportunity for you to meet a
significant portion of eventual caucus
attendees.
While in the past there have been
allegations of “pay to play” at the
event, the Republican Party of Iowa
has taken the necessary steps to update and improve the event. Now the
only cost you must incur to participate
is the plane ticket to Iowa.
Recently you might have seen some
odd accusations leveled at the Straw
Poll. Some say it’s an “establishment”
ploy, while others say it’s an event
dominated by only the most conservative. Neither accusation is accurate:
The Iowa Straw Poll is a grassroots
event beloved and revered by Iowa
Republicans across the political spectrum. All who participate have a fair
chance at victory.
The Iowa Straw Poll is a tradition
worth supporting and one grassroots
activists will fight to preserve. Fortune
favors the bold. We will be in Boone on
August 8th and hope to see you there
as well.
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from 93 out of 99 County Parties (including Boone County
Republican party leaders Gary
Nystrom and Kay Rice), totaling
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The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, June 10 , 2015 - PAGE THREE
BIRTHS, OBITUARIES, CHURCHES
CHURCHES
OBITUARIES
OF WEST BOONE CO.
IMMANUEL LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Christine Cowan, Pastor
For the entire month of
June, worship will be at Swede
Valley and services will begin
at 10 a.m. Fellowship will follow at 11.
Tuesday, June 9: Women’s Bible
Study 10 a.m.
Wednesday, June 10: Prayer
Shawl Ministry 1 p.m.
Thursday, June 11: TOPS meeting 6 p.m.
Sunday, June 14: Worship at
Swede Valley with communion 10
a.m. Coffee fellowship following the
service.
Tuesday, June 16: Women’s Bible
Study 10 a.m.
COMMUNITY UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Gary Hoyt, Pastor
Wednesday, June 10: Pastor
Gary out of the office.
Thursday, June 11: Pastor Gary
out of the office. Seekers Bible Study
10 a.m. T.T.T. meeting 7 a.m.
Friday, June 12: Pastor Gary out
of the office.
Sunday, June 14: Prayer Gathering 8:30 a.m. Worship led by Tom
Cleveland 9 a.m.
Monday, June 15: Pastor Gary
out of the office. Glory Circle 7
p.m.
Tuesday, June 16: Pastor Gary
out of the office.
Wednesday, June 17: Pastor Gary
out of the office. UMW Unit Meeting
1:30 p.m.
Ronald LaVerne Harris
Delores M. Schall
Ronald “Ron” LaVerne Harris, 73, of Cedar Rapids, died Sunday, May
31, 2015 at his home following a long illness. Friends may visit with the
family at Teahen Funeral Home, Cedar Rapids, on Wednesday from 4 to 7
p.m. Services: 1:30 p.m., Thursday, at
Community United Methodist Church
by the Rev. Gary Hoyt. Friends may
visit with the family Thursday after
12:30 p.m. at the church. Burial: Glenwood Cemetery, Ogden. Carson-Stapp
Funeral Home is serving the family in
Ogden.
Ron is survived by his wife, Dianne;
two sons, Shawn (Desiree) Harris of
Ludlow, MA and Gavin (Michelle)
Harris of Marion; three grandchildren, Aaron, Taylor and Sean Harris;
Ronald LaVERNE HARRIS
two brothers, Donald (Sharyn) Harris
1941-2015
of Marion and Dennis (Marlys) Harris
of Northfield, MN; a sister, Doris Winebrenner of Des Moines, and many
nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
Ronald was born on October 25, 1941 in Boone, to John and Mildred Last
Harris. He graduated from Ogden High School in 1959. He enlisted in the
Air Force and served on active duty from 1963 to 1967 and was assigned to
the Strategic Air Command at Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana. He
was married to Dianne Engleen on October 18, 1964 in Ogden. He worked
for MidAmerican Energy Company for 25 years and retired in 1997. After
his retirement he worked for Colony Heating from 1999 to 2014. He was
a member of the American Legion Post 727 Military Honor Guard.
Ron was a die-hard Green Bay Packers fan, enjoyed NASCAR racing,
liked to watch golf, and solve crossword puzzles. He always looked forward
to having his family gather together for a cookout.
Instead of flowers memorials may be directed to Hospice of Mercy, 315
18th Avenue, Hiawatha, IA 52233.
Online condolences may be left for the family at www.teahenfuneralhome.com.
Dolores M. Schall passed away on Feb. 27, 2015, in San Diego, CA
following a courageous battle with cancer. Following her wishes the body
has been cremated.
A memorial service will be held 11:00
a.m., Saturday, June 13, 2015, at Carson
– Stapp Funeral Home in Ogden. Father
Randy Schon will officiate. Burial will
be in St. John’s Catholic Cemetery in
Ogden. A gathering of family and friends
will be at the Lucky Pig in Ogden following the graveside service. For online
obituaries and condolences please visit:
www.carsonstappfuneralhome.com
Dolores was born the daughter of Ligouri (Bud) and Cecelia (Schott) Schall
on Jan. 22, 1932 in Ogden, Iowa. Upon
graduation from Ogden High School
Dolores worked for a brief time at Iowa
State University. She later moved to San
Diego where she worked for General
Dynamics until her retirement in 1997.
DELORES M. SCHALL
Dolores enjoyed the ocean and sitting
1932-2015
on the beach.
She was an avid reader and enjoyed
nature and walking everyday in the canyon near her home. She had a
wonderful sense of humor and an easy smile. She had an enormous heart
and was always thinking of ways to improve the lives of others, more often
than not putting their needs before her own. Dolores loved her family and
enjoyed her yearly visits back to Iowa to visit her parents and other family
members. She often made comment on the fact that the farm life never
really left her heart.
Dolores was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, Jack and
Dick Schall, and a niece Julie Schall.
She is survived by a brother, Jerry Schall of Lake Suzy, FL, and 12 nieces
and nephews.
In lieu of flowers any memorials may be sent to her niece Becky Stecker
at 1528 3rd Street, Boone, Iowa 50036, for a memorial to be determined
at a later date.
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Wade Brandt, Pastor
Tuesday, June 9: Elders 7 p.m.
Wednesday, June 10: Board of
Stewards 7 p.m.
Saturday, June 13: Worship 5:30
p.m. Sunday, June 14: Worship 9 a.m.
Family Bible class 10:20 a.m.
Monday, June 15: Tie quilts for
Lutheran World Relief 9 a.m.
502 W WALNUT
Sunday: Bible class is at 9:30
a.m. (Classes for all ages). Worship
service is at 10:30 a.m. Sunday
evening service is at 6 p.m.
Wednesday: Bible Study is at 7
p.m.
ST. JOHN’S
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Fr. James Bruch, Pastor
Wednesday, June 10: Mass 8:30
a.m.
Friday, June 12: Mass 8:30 a.m.
Sunday, June 14: Mass 8:30
a.m.
341 W WALNUT
Rick Summerhays, Pastor
Bible Study is from 9 to 10 a.m.
Gathering is
from 10 to 10:15
a.m. Pre-service
snacks served.
W o r s h i p
service starts
at 10:15 a.m.:
Contemporary
music and
a relevant message from God’s
Word.
The church of Christ Who are these people?
We are easily deceived regarding our own sins. We may not believe we’re the ones the
Bible is talking about when it says, “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Rom.
3:23). God tells us to continually, “examine ourselves whether we be in the faith” (2 Cor. 13:5).
What kinds of attitudes can help us to truly examine ourselves?
Pray risky prayers — The Psalmist sincerely wanted to examine himself, so he prayed to
God: “Search me, O God, and know my heart; try me and know my anxieties; and see if there
is any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting” (Psalm 139:23-24). The person
who prays like this had better be ready to deal with sin, because God will certainly help us see
what is lacking (cf. 1 John 5:14-15). We need to be able to frankly talk to God about our sin.
We also need to be able to ask God to help us see our sin! When we offend Him, there is no
way to sugar-coat our behavior (Isa. 59:1-2).
Stand next to Jesus — Many times we do not see our sin because we are in the process of
pointing sin out to others. “Why do you look at the speck in your neighbor’s eye, and do not
consider the plank in your own eye?” (Matt. 7:3). When we carry around a harsh, critical, and
fault-finding attitude, we will never see ourselves as we truly are. The only comparison that
really matters, however, is how we measure up to Jesus (cf. Gal. 2:20). When we compare
ourselves to the Son of God, we will never measure up. When we stand next to Him, we will
always be able to see our faults (cf. Matt. 5:3).
Call sin what it is — The Bible is not shy about calling certain attitudes, thoughts, and
behaviors, “sinful.” Sometimes we are slow to examine ourselves because we do not call sin
by its true name. The Israelites are not the only ones who ever, “called evil good, and good
evil” (Isa. 5:20). We might be robbing God in our contribution (cf. Mal. 3:8), and rationalize
that the economy’s not so good. We might be worshipping in vain (Mark 7:6-7), and chalk it
up to, “too much stress.” We might be engaging in any of several forms of despicable behavior
and call it an, “alternative lifestyle” (1 Cor. 6:9-11). No matter what we call it, our sin is still
breaking God’s heart.
Without self-examination we will find ourselves lacking in our spiritual growth. Selfexamination may be one of the hardest things God asks us to do, but it is absolutely essential to
our growth as Christians (2 Pet. 3:18). We will never realize the joy and blessings of Christianity
unless we develop and cultivate the habit of continually turning to God (James 4:8-10). May
all of us truly examine ourselves!
BOXHOLM TRINITY
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Rod Meyer, Pastor
Tuesday, June 9: Church council
7 p.m.
Saturday, June 13: Garage Sales;
Trinity WELCA Food Stand, 8 a.m.2 p.m.
Sunday, June 14: Worship 9 a.m.
Fellowship 10 a.m.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
WATER’S EDGE CHURCH
“For the Thirsty Soul”
We would like to invite you to worship with us at 502 W. Walnut!
Sunday Bible study at 9:30 a.m.,
Worship at 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday evening Bible study at 7:00 p.m.
PILOT MOUND UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Alaire Willits, Pastor
Sunday worship service is at
8:30 a.m. Sunday school begins at
10 a.m. following morning worship
and fellowship. AA meets at 7 p.m.
Monday.
Quilters meet Tuesday from
10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Bring sack
lunch.
Visitors welcome anytime.
BOXHOLM UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Alaire Willits, Pastor
Sunday worship is at 10:30 a.m. Joy Circle meets the first Thursday
at 1:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN
BEAVER UMC
YOKED PARISH
Marjorie Smalley, Pastor
Sunday: Church service is at 10
a.m. Everyone is welcome.
guests, of which there were lots. I was
surprised at what a big event it was.
Of course, the three kids that were the
graduate honorees were three very
outstanding students and great kids.
Hannah has been a track star for all of
her high school years, winning a lot of
big awards. She volunteered at the horse
sanctuary for several years during the
summer months.
It was fun chatting with people and
seeing all the teens and their families.
Hannah is one of the sweetest kids I’ve
ever met. She had won an award a few
years ago for a photo she submitted to
The Taos News of me and Grace, the
big donkey, for a special publication
they did on Taos women. And this past
year, she had written an article about
me for the Spanish page. I am not fluent
enough in Spanish to comprehend the
whole thing, but people who were told
me what a nice article it was. But when
one of the other guests came over and we
were talking, I was really blown away.
Hannah had gotten a college scholarship. At a ceremony the night before
graduation, she read the essay that she
had written when she applied for the
scholarship. In her essay, she talked
about how I had been a mentor to her
and how much she’d learned from volunteering at the horse sanctuary and
how it inspired her and helped make her
the person she is today. The guest told
me that Hannah’s mother was sitting
beside her, and as Hannah read that, her
mom was sitting there crying. I had no
idea. Then I started crying. And Hannah
came over and I told her how proud I
was of her and then she started crying.
It was one very emotional weekend! But
once again, I was reminded of how very
lucky I am and how many blessings I
have in my life and when the work gets
really hard sometimes, life is still full of
wonder and joy.
Feeling tired, but thankful,
Ruth B
IOWA SPINE CARE
TM
Wednesday, June 10: Family
Bible School 6:30-9 p.m.
Thursday, June 11: Family Bible
School 6:30-9 p.m
Friday, June 12: Family Bible
School 6:30-9 p.m FBS Program
8:15 p.m.
Sunday, June 14: Worship Service
9:30 a.m. Sunday school for children
& youth 10:50 a.m. Small group
opportunities for adults 11 a.m.
Power Hour prayer meeting noon.
Fellowship Committee Meeting 12
p.m.
Tuesday, June 16: Elder Meeting
6 p.m.
Dan McGuire, M.D.
Spine Surgery
Regan (left) has lived with HIV since 1996.
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Camp is a bargain and a blast!
Presidential Academic (Silver) Awards: Front row, left to right,
Cael Pearson, Payton Van Sickle, Katelyn Ellis, Megan Strandberg, Hailey Moore and Amelia Schroeder. Back row, Dylan
Perdue, Jackson Christensen, Hunter Wisecup, Braydon Doty,
Zella Mount, Waylon Hubby and Courtney Buzzell.
Providing services at the
Boone County Hospital
Specialty Clinic
Affiliated with Christian and
Missionary Alliance – 5 miles south
of Hwy. 30 on R 18 (L Ave.)
Community United Methodist Church is once again this year
hosting a week filled with amazing
activities, adventures and unforgettable experiences through the exciting Eagle Lake Camp Monday, June
22 through Friday, June 26.
The camp is supported by area local churches and is located at Community United Methodist Church,
337 SW Second St., Ogden. Invite
your relatives and friends.
To register, go to www.eaglelakecamps.com/Camps/On-Location/
Iowa/OGDEN or go to the link on
the CUMC church website at www.
cumcogden.org. Camp time is Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
and anyone six years of age through
12 years of age can attend. Cost is
$150 per camper.
CUMC will follow their normal
campership policy; call the church
office at 515-275-4015 for information about that policy.
Eagle Lake Camps is part of
the Navigators Ministry, which is
an interdenominational Christian
Ministry. To find out more about
the Navigators Ministry, go to www.
navigators.org.
Ruth, continued from page 2-
BETHEL CHURCH
D. Ray Hoke, Pastor
OGDEN BAPTIST
CHURCH
Curt Fincham, Pastor
Sunday: Sunday school for all
ages is at 9:30 a.m. Morning worship
is at 10:30 a.m. Evening service is at
6 p.m.
Eagle Lake
Camp is back
Dr. McGuire has been providing
adult spine care to central Iowa
for more than 25 years.
He specializes in spine care for
cervical and lumbar spine problems
including herniated discs
and spinal stenosis.
No referral is needed.
To schedule an
appointment with
Dr. McGuire at the
BCH Specialty Clinic,
call 433-8300.
For urgent matters, call
his Des Moines office
at (515) 288-6325.
1015 Union Street, Boone l www.boonehospital.com
Perfect Attendance: Front
row, left to right, Dale Woods,
Hayden Goeres, Taylor Boothroyd and Grace Black. Second row, Trevor Boothroyd,
Cael Pearson, Brock Crosman, Jacob Sturtz and Nathan
Swigert.
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PAGE FOUR - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Our Town
THE WEEKLY SOCIAL SCENE AND A LOOK BACK ON OUR HISTORY
10 Years Ago
From June 8, 2005 Issue:
The most improved eighth graders are Tyler Bailey, Danielle Teter
and Dan Adams.
Recipients of the Howard Mc
Clelland Citizenship Award were
Skyler Rinker and Hannah Van
Sickle.
Outstanding eighth graders honored were Marcus Heineman and
Amanda Bailey.
Janelle and Jared DeMeulenaere
of Cedar Rapids are the parents of a
daughter born Wednesday, June 1,
2005 at St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital in Cedar Rapids. She weighed
7 lbs, and has been named Megan
Lynn. Grandparents are Tom and
Colleen Good, Pilot Mound; Tim
and Denise Tjarks, Waterloo, and
Gary and Colleen Deulenaere of
Belle Plaine.
Hayley Treloar, 2002 OHS graduate, was awarded the Turnage Undergraduate Scholarship for junior
and senior psychology majors at a
dinner held in April, 2005.
Kelli Ann Good and Thomas
Michael Burdette were married in
a double-ring ceremony Saturday,
April 9, 2005 at Zion Lutheran
Church.
30 Years Ago
From June 12, 1985 Issue:
Farmers and gardeners welcomed the steady rainfall the past
few days with .9 inch recorded
Monday through Tuesday morning.
Many farmers have replanted crops
flattened from a hail and wind storm
June 1, and this rain came with perfect timing.
Rod Fisher is one of two Iowa
State University graduate students
selected to attend the Society for
International Development World
Conference in Rome, Italy, July
1-4.
Steve Kruse is back on the family
farm after serving as an intern in
Sen. Charles Grassley’s Washington
office this past spring semester.
Curtis Sloan will be part of the
USSR-USA Methodist youth peace
mission trip July 5-21. The group
will visit Belgium, Finland and Russia.
Sarah Trueblood celebrated her
fourth birthday June 8 with two
parties.
A surprise party for Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Bakley was held June 3, honoring them on their 35th wedding
anniversary.
60 Years Ago
From the June 9, 1955 Issue:
New officers of the Ogden Lions
club will be installed at the meeting
scheduled tonight. Merico Aquilani
will take over the president’s job,
succeeding Palmer Brenholdt, who
served the club ably this past year.
Boone County pheasants will
greet the home folks who plan to
visit Arlington National Cemetery
this summer, if any should do so. A
shipment of between three and four
dozen four-week old baby pheasants will be made Tuesday, June 14
to Washington, D.C. by a group of
interested Boone County citizens.
Citizens of Ogden are being asked
to vote approval of a $49,000 bond
issue for a new town hall at the special election Thursday, June 9. Plans
for the new town hall include a spacious room for the two fire trucks as
well as extra room for the fire fighting equipment in the east half of the
new building. To the rear of the fire
station, a new jail cell and a utility room will be located. Spacious
library room space is provided in
the west half. A large room is being
provided on the second floor which
will not be completed or furnished
at this time.
Members of the group of children who recently took their first
communion in St. John’s Catholic
Church are Valeria Nebbe, Cathy
Schall, Jody Lawler, Mary Ellen
Savits, Betty Jo Lawler, Mike Kelly,
Pat Vaughan, Tom Vaughan and
Kenny Schmidt, Judith Walters,
Donna Tilley and Nickie Bechard.
Ogden Community Women meet
COMING EVENTS
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10 Yoga 11:30 a.m.
Sewing with Beth
THURSDAY, JUNE 11 Water Buffaloes
FRIDAY, JUNE 12 Yoga MAT 11 a.m.
Yoga 11:30 a.m.
TUESDAY, JUNE 16 Catered Dinner followed by
speaker Lesa Maring, Program
Director, Wound and Hyperbaric
Center at Boone Co. Hospital.
EVERY THURSDAY TOPS Club (Take Off Pounds
Sensibly) meets every week on
Thursday at 6 p.m. at Immanuel
Lutheran Church, 119 SW 2nd St.,
Ogden. Visitors are always welcome
Good news for
catered dinners
at McGraw
Two Tuesdays a month McGraw
Center features a dinner catered from
Clarks Food Mart. Tuesday, June 2nd
there was a new record set. Fifty catered dinners were served.
SHERIFF’S REPORT
Wednesday, June 3
8:33 p.m.: A person called the
BCSO to report possible child
abuse. A deputy was sent to meet
with the person in Ogden along
with the Ogden Police Department.
After a brief investigation it was
discovered the alledged abuse took
place in Beaver. The BCSO arrived
at the address in Beaver and began
an investigation into the incident.
One person was taken into custody
and transported to the BCJ. The
investigation into the incident is
continuing.
Thursday, June 4
8:44 a.m.: A person called the
BCSO to report an accident with
air bag deployment at US 169 and
E-57 and was unsure of any injuries.
A deputy was sent along with the
Ogden Police and fire. A car driven
by Derek Goudeau pulled away
from the stop sign and was hit by a
car driven by Laurie Wissler. Very
minor injuries were reported and
Goudeau was cited for failure to
yield.
Friday, June 5
12:26 a.m.: Dallas County called
and advised Boone County of a possible suicidal subject on the High
Trestle Trail Bridge threatening to
jump. Deputies responded to the
area and did locate the subject who
had not jumped. He was taken to
BCH for evaluation.
City Wide Garage
Sale:
June 12 & 13
Check out our classified page for the
listing. Also available at Clark’s Food
Mart, The Ogden
Reporter, Ogden
Telephone Co. and
Casey’s.
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. This phrase
is first attributed to Hector Urquhart from his book Popular
Tales of the West Highlands published in 1860. Find your
treasure this weekend at our City Wide Garage Sales!
Marolyn Mullins, Devin Ellsworth, Alex Mullins, Hassan AbdelHalem and Doral Mullins
Ogden Community Women met
May 11th at the Mc Graw Center
with 34 members present. The meal
was served by Ogden Manor employees. Guests were the Director
of nursing & Assistant Director.
Installation of offices for the
2015-2016 year was held. Vonnie
Doyle, president; Robin Good, vice
president; Barb Petrone, treasurer;
Wanda Miller, secretary and publicity; Sharon Scandrett is historian.
Vonnie Doyle will present the
8th grade plaques on May 21st
at the Ogden Middle School ceremony. Outgoing president, Maggie
Mullins family celebrates
multiple graduations
Doral and Marolyn Mullins celebrated the graduation of three of their
nine grandchildren all in one day.
Devin Ellsworth, son of Perry and Balinda Ellsworth of Ames, Alex
Mullins, daughter of Tim and Nikki Mullins of Boone and Hassan AbdelHalim, son of Mahmoud and Doralene Abdel-Halim of Ogden. While the
grandparents were unable to attend graduations as they all took place
between 2-4 on Sunday, they celebrated at the individual parties held on
separate dates.
Zion LWML meets to hear
about prayer
Zion Lutheran Women’s Missionary League met Thursday, June 4 with
a study of prayer led by Eldora Heineman, assisted by Lois Powers and
Maxine Lingren.
A well known hymn, “What a Friend We Have in Jesus,” speaks to us
about our prayer lives. It is an invitation to us to come into His presence
and kneel before His Throne.
Perhaps the greatest single thing a Christian can do is to take time to
pray. Christians derive their confidence and boldness to pray because Jesus
reconciled us to God and from the Lord’s command and God’s promise to
hear. If we ask anything according to His will, He hears us. 1 John:5.
“What a Friend We Have in Jesus,” was sung accompanied by Annette
Powers.
Pastor Brandt led the Bible study on Daniel chapter 3 and how King
Nebuchadnezar led his people into idoleatry against patriotism and loyalty
to God.
The well-known story of the three men in the fire was recalled and how
the king was angered and ordered Shadrach, Meshach and Abednago into
the fiery furnace for not worshiping false gods.
When they survived the fire, the king and governors praised them and
began to worship the one true God we know today.
In the business meeting, Dorothy Kruse named the special activity - offerings went to Ogden Food Pantry and ELM Street Preschool.
Secretary and Treasurer’s reports were given by Joyce Boehm and Eileen
Westrum.
In mission services, Carol Claussen reported six workers tied fifteen
quilts in May and the next tie date is June 15 at 9 o’clock. Our missionary
from Peru visited Zion last month.
Aleta Townsend was chairman for the Ogden Manor visit June 3.
The national LWML Convention is to be held in Des Moines and it was
approved to give four separate offerings from Zion, June 25-28 at the Iowa
Events Center.
An outreach for homeless veterans of the Vietnam War is being made
called “Take It to the Streets Outreach,” in Omaha.
Also in this outreach, is food for children in Haiti. Ellie Mez, Jefferson,
is chairman.
On Feb. 7, Mr. Gary Thies, from Mission Central Mapleton, IA will speak
at Zion. A potluck dinner is planned for the day.
Closing thoughts were, “Two things bad for the heart are running upstairs and runnng down people.”
Hostesses for the day were Eileen Westrum and Judy Olson. July hostesses will be Carol Claussen and Dorothy Reimers.
PERRY FINE ARTS
CONCERT JULY 4TH
Perry Fine Arts will be presenting folk singer and song writer Carol
Montag in concert for its ‘41st Annual Music Extravaganza and Ice Cream
Social on Saturday, July 4, 2015 at 2 p.m. in the centrum of the First United
Methodist Church, 1100 3rd St. Perry, IA.
Carol first began singing and performing music at an early age in church,
where she grew to love traditional hymns and liturgical songs. Always
imagining she was on a grand stage, she sang and danced most of the way
through her early childhood years. While in high school, she learned to
play her sister’s guitar by ear while listening to such folk music legends
as Joni Mitchell, Judy Collins and Joan Baez. She saved her money and
in her senior year she purhased her first guitar.
After attending college at Grand View University and Iowa State University, Carol’s first paid gigs were at a local Mexican restaurant in Cedar
Rapids. Soon she began peforming at colleges , coffeehouses, house concerts, churches, music festivals and live radio shows. She has recorded four
solo albums and two Christmas albums with the trio known as Tribute. In
the early 1990’s, Carol was commissioned by Ballet Iowa to write songs
for a ballet about a farm family in crisis. The work was titled “Swallows
Return in the Spring.” Carol toured the Midwest performing live with the
ballet company. While performing at a private party in Washington D.C.,
Carol was invited to sing at the 2010 World Food Prize Laureat Award
Ceremony by the World Food Prize President and former ambassador to
Cambodia, Kenneth Quinn. Past performers at the ceremony include such
notables as John Denver, Ray Charles and Simon Estes.
Come and listen to one of Iowa’s top performers on your holiday afernoon in air-conditioned comfort. Following the program, come into the
Fellowship Room and share a bowl or two of homemade ice cream and
other goodies while you socialize.
Perry Fine Arts concerts are free (donations accepted) and open to all
and the building is accessible to wheelchairs.
A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.
- Bob Dylan
A hero is someone who has given his or her life to
something bigger than oneself.
- Joseph Campbell
Plahn, will present the two $500
scholarships to the Ogden seniors
on awards night.
The trunk storing historical information and srapbooks will be kept at
the Mc Graw Center for some time
to come.
Scholarship winners will ride in
the Fun Days Parade.
Norma Herridge was recognized
for her many crocheted blankets
and doilies she has donated for our
club.
Our next meeting will be on Sept.
14th.
Ogden
Manor News
Ogden reaches an historical
milestone next year as our town
becomes 150 years old. We would
like to mark the special occasion
with a number of remembrances
and celebrations. Any and all residents of Ogden are encouraged to
meet with the planning committee
to help document our history. The
next meeting will be at the Leonard
Good Community Center at 7 p.m.
We are in a ‘brainstorming mode’
at this point and any and all ideas
are welcomed.
Those who now live away from
Ogden, but have memories to share,
please feel free to send them to:
[email protected]
Save the date for summer of 2016
to come home and remember with
us.
History is the version of past
events that people have decided
to agree upon.
-Napoleon Bonaparte
Tuesday, June 9: Ogden Rollers
9:15 a.m. W/C Walk 10:30 a.m. Popcorn
and Movie “Tammy” 1:30 p.m. Bingo
with Lions 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, June 10: Make
cookies 9:15 a.m. Ogden Rollers 9:45
a.m. Water’s Edge 1:30 p.m. Kool Aid
& Cookie Social 2 p.m.
Thursday, June 11: Bible Study
9:15 a.m. Ogden Rollers 9:45 a.m. Nail
grooming w/Red Hat Ladies 1:45 p.m.
Snow cones.
Friday, June 12: Rhubarb recipe
9:15 a.m. Ogden Rollers 9:45 a.m. Trivia
11 a.m. Suzie Q 2 p.m.
Saturday, June 13: Word Search
10 a.m. At the Movies Western 2 p.m.
Classic Gospel on Channel 11 5:30
p.m.
Sunday, June 14: FLAG DAYCatholic Time 9 a.m. Marge Smalley
1:30 p.m.
Monday, June 15: Sing Along 9:15
a.m. Ogden Rollers 9:45 a.m. Trivia 11
a.m. Bingo 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday, June 16: Ogden Rollers
9:15 a.m. Simple Pleasures 9:45 a.m.
Popcorn and a Movie “Fried Green
Tomatoes” 1:30 p.m.
DALLAS JO AND DAKOTA KEENAN
Another great rodeo season
for Keenan sisters
Dakota and Dallas Jo Keenan, daughters of Jason and Bobbi Jo Keenan,
and granddaughters of Linda Keenan of Ogden, had another great rodeo
season in Arizona! Dallas Jo was the year-end champion in Goat Tying
and Calf Riding. She competed against boys/girls her age in the Arizona
Junior Rodeo Association.
Dakota was the year-end champion in Barrel Racing and won the AllAround title in the Arizona Junior Rodeo Association. She also was the
year-end champion in Pole Bending and Ribbon Roping, and won the AllAround title the Arizona Junior High School Rodeo Association. She has
qualified in five events for the Junior High National Finals Rodeo in Des
Moines, IA for the second time. The Junior High National Finals Rodeo is
held June 21st-27th. She is excited and honored to compete against the
top cowboys/cowgirls in the nation.
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The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, June 10, 2015 - PAGE FIVE
Sports
Present awards to Howe
Elementary students
NOBODY COVERS THE BULLDOGS LIKE WE DO!
Howe Elementary students were presented with various awards during
an assembly Friday, May 22 in the school’s multi-purpose room. Janette
Thrane, school librarian, along with Lori. Reutter from the public library,
encouraged the students to keep reading every day over the summer months
as well as sign up for the summer reading program at the public library.
Perfect Attendance as well as the President’s Education Awards (Silver/
Gold) were handed out by Principal, Dave Neubauer and School Counselor,
Sue Haglund. (MORE PHOTOS ON PAGE THREE.)
BULLDOG NICK ROSS scores against Woodward-Granger June 4. -Photo by Dave Pfaltzgraff
Presidential Academic (Gold) Awards: Front row, left to right,
Brenlie Graden, Allie Buxton, Grace Boucher, Logan Ozmun
and Matthew Taylor. Back row, Levi Russo, John Sparks, Clare
Boucher, Lane Longhorn, Parker Trusler and Alex Wilson.
Bulldogs pick up 4 more wins
by DAVE PFALTZGRAFF
REPORTER SPORTS WRITER
DMC 2 - Ogden 1
Public Notices
OGDEN COMM. SCHOOL BOARD
The Board of Directors of the Ogden
Community School District met in a special
session on Friday, June 5 at 7:00 a.m. to
accept the resignation of Superintendent/
High School Principal Brad Jermeland,
effective June 30, 2015.
The Board wishes Brad the best in
his new role as Superintendent of PCM
Schools.
The Board will begin the search process immediately.
2014 WATER
QUALITY
REPORT
2014 WATER
QUALITY
REPORT FOR
FOR
OGDEN MUNICIPAL
UTILITIES
OGDEN
MUNICIPAL
UTILITIES
This report contains
important
information regarding
the water quality in our water
system.
The source of our water is groundwater. Our water quality testing shows the
This report contains important information regarding the water quality in our water system. The source of our water is groundwater.
following
results:
Our water quality
testing shows the following results:
CONTAMINANT
Lead (ppb)
Copper (ppm)
Compliance
MCL - (MCLG)
Type
AL = 5 (0)
AL= l.3 (1.3)
Value & (Range)
Date
Yes/No Source
Violation
90th
ND
2014
No
90th
0.81 (0.12 - 0.82)
2014
No
Corrosion of household plumbing
systems; erosion of natural
deposits
Fluoride (ppm)
Barium (ppm)
Sodium (ppm)
Nitrate [as N]
4 (4)
RAA
0.9 (0.46 - 1.36)
12/31/2014
No
SGL
14.00
10/2212014
No
SGL
I
11/1412012
No
SGL
0.21
05/08/201 3
No
2 (2)
SGL
0.1
N/A (N/A)
SGL
12
10 (10)
SGL
3.53 (ND - 3.53)
05/08/2013
No
05/08/2013
No
2014
No
DMC 2 - Ogden 1
H AB RS
C.Good CF
0 3 0
B. Cole LF
1 2 1
T. Hagen 1B
0 3 0
N. Ross P
0 3 0
D. Reutter RF
0 3 0
H. Haglund C
0 4 0
C. Paulsen 2B
0 3 0
G. Tews. SS
1 3 0
Z. McCloud 3B
0 3 0
RBI
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
3B: (O) Cole
DMC
0 0 0 1 0 1 0 - 2 6
Ogden 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 - 1 2
IP
7
H
6
R
2
SO W
8 2
Ogden 12 - ICA 2
“I like the way our guys are battling the first part of the season,”
said Ogden Coach Dick Smith after
his team defeated Iowa Christian
Academy last week in Des Moines.
Wednesday night Cayce Good
and Ross helped power the Bulldogs
to a 12-2 win over the ICA Trailblazers. Ross and Good both homered as
the Bulldogs pounded out 12 hits, 4
for extra bases in the win.
The Bulldogs exploded for 7 runs
in the 4th inning aided by Ross’s
grand slam. Good added a two-run
shot in the fifth. Ogden was led by
Ross with a homerun and a double,
driving in 6 runs. Good added a
homerun and McCloud added a
double. Haglund collected three
hits.
Ogden 12 - ICA 2
H AB
C. Good CF
2 4
A. Waterbury 2B 2 3
N. Kennedy 1B
1 3
D. Reutter P
0 2
N. Ross RF
2 3
H. Haglund C
3 3
G. Tews SS
0 1
C. Paulsen DH
0 3
RS
2
2
0
1
1
1
0
1
RBI
3
1
1
1
6
0
0
0
Corrosion of household plumbing
systems; Erosion of natural
deposits; Leaching from wood
preservatives
950 - DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
MRDL=4.0
Chlorine (ppm)
(MRDLG=4.0)
Total Trihalomethanes
80 (N/A)
(ppb) [TTHM]
01 - WLS 3A('85), 4('57), AND 5('79)
Gross Alpha, inc
15 (0)
(pCi/L)
Ogden suffered a 2-1 loss to Des
Moines Christian Monday, June 1.
Lions pitcher Luke Neumaer held
the Bulldogs to just two hits in the
contest. Ogden waisted a fine pitching performance by Nick Ross. Ross
pitched 7 innings allowing two runs
on six hits striking out 12 batters
while walking three.
Ogden tallied their only run in
the home half of the sixth. Brian
Cole led off with a triple to right
field. The Bulldog then scored when
Treston Hagen grounded out to
second. Graham Tews collected the
other safety for the Dogs.
Pitching
Ross
Water additive used to control
microbes
By-products of drinking water
chlorination
Erosion of natural deposits
Water additive which promotes
strong teeth; Erosion of natural
deposits; Discharge from fertilizer
and aluminun1 factories
Discharge of drilling wastes;
Discharge from metal refineries;
Erosion of natural deposits
Erosion of natural deposits; Added
to water during treatment process
Runoff from fertilizer use;
Leaching from septic tanks,
sewage; Erosion of natural
deposits
Note: Contaminants with dates indicate results from the most recent testing done in accordance with regulations.
infections. These people should seek ad
Note: Contaminants with dates indiDEFINITIONS
vice about drinking water from their health
cate results from the most recent testing
care providers.
EPA/CDC
guidelines
on
in accordance
with
regulations.
• done
Maximum
Contaminant Level
(MCL)
-The highest level of a contaminant
that is allowed
in drinking water.
MCLs are set as
close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment
technology.
appropriate
means to lessen the risk of
DEFINITIONS
• Maximum Contaminant
Level Goal (MCLG) -- The level of a contaminant
in
drinking
water
below
which
there
is
no
known
or
infection by Cryptosporidium and other
expected risk to health. MCLGs allow for a margin of safety.
microbial
contaminants
are
available
from
• •ppbMaximum
Contaminant Level (MCL)
-- parts per billion.
the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426• ppm
-- parts perlevel
million.of a contaminant that
-The
highest
4791).
•
pCi/L
picocuries
per liter water. MCLs are set
is allowed in drinking
• N/A -Not applicable
If present, elevated levels of lead can
as
close to the MCLGs as feasible using
• ND -- Not detected
cause serious health problems, especially
the
best
available
treatment
technology.
• RAA - Running Annual Average
for pregnant women and young children.
• •LRAA
Maximum
Level Goal
- Locational Contaminant
Running Annual Average
Lead
in ofdrinking
water
is water.
primarily from
• Treatment
(TT) of
- A required
process intended
the level
a contaminant
in drinking
(MCLG)
-- Technique
The level
a contaminant
into reduce
andtreatment
components
associated
• Action Level
(AL)below
- The concentration
a contaminant
if exceeded, triggers
or other requirements
which a
drinking
water
which ofthere
is nowhich,materials
water system must follow.
with service lines and home plumbing.
known
or expected risk to health. MCLGs
OGDEN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES is responallow
for a margin of safety.
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sible for providing high quality drinking
• ppb -- parts per billion.
water, but cannot control the variety of
• ppm -- parts per million.
materials used in plumbing components.
• pCi/L - picocuries per liter
When your water has been sitting for
• N/A -Not applicable
several hours, you can minimize the po • ND -- Not detected
tential for lead exposure by flushing your
• RAA - Running Annual Average
• LRAA - Locational Running Annual tap for 30 seconds to 2 minutes before
using water for drinking or cooking. If you
Average
are concerned about lead in your water,
• Treatment Technique (TT) - A required
you may wish to have your water tested.
process intended to reduce the level of a
Information on lead in drinking water,
contaminant in drinking water.
• Action Level (AL) - The concentra- testing methods and steps you can take
to minimize exposure is available from the
tion of a contaminant which, if exceeded,
Safe Drinking Water Hotline or at http://
triggers treatment or other requirements
www.epa.gov/safewater/lead.
which a water system must follow.
• Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level
SOURCE WATER ASSESSMENT
Goal (MRDLG) - The level of a drinking
INFORMATION
water disinfectant below which there is
This water supply obtains its water
no known or expected risk to health.
from the Middle Des Moines sand and
MRDLGs do not reflect the benefits of the
use of disinfectants to control microbial gravel of the Alluvial aquifer. The Alluvial
aquifer was determined to be highly suscontaminants.
ceptible to contamination because the
• Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level
(MRDL) - The highest level of a disinfec- characteristics of the aquifer and overlying materials provide little protection from
tant allowed in drinking water. There is
contamination at the land surface. The
convincing evidence that addition of a
Alluvial wells will be highly susceptible
disinfectant is necessary for control of
to surface contaminants such as leaking
microbial contaminants.
underground storage tanks, contaminant
• SGL - Single Sample Result
spills, and excess fertilizer application. A
• TCR -Total Coliform Rule
detailed evaluation of your source water
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was completed by the Iowa Department of
Drinking water, including bottled water, Natural Resources, and is available from
the Water Operator at 515-275-2437.
may reasonably be expected to contain
at least small amounts of some conCONTACT INFORMATION
taminants. The presence of contaminants
does not necessarily indicate that water For questions regarding this informaposed a health risk. More information tion p1ease contact Brandon Craighton at
515-275-2437 during the following hours:
about contaminants or potential health
effects can be obtained by calling the 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Environmental Protection Agency’s Safe Decisions regarding the water system
are made at the Utility Trustee Board
Drinking Water Hotline (800-426- 4791).
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each month at the Utility Office, 201 NW
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Z. McCloud 3B
J. Olson CR D. Eich PR
T. Hagen 1B
2
0
0
0
3
0
0
1
2
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
2B: (O) Good, McCloud
HR: (O) Ross, Good
Ogden
ICA
Pitching
Reutter
2 0 1 7 2 - - -12 12
1 1 0 0 0 - - - 2
2
IP
5
H
2
R
2
SO W
7 3
Ogden 6 - WG 2
Ogden picked up another win
defeating Woodward Granger 6-2
here Thursday.
“Zach McCloud had a great night
pitching and kept the hitters off balance,” said Coach Smith. When you
are ahead it always helps the pitching. We also played good defense
behind him.” McCloud pitched 61/3
innings only allowing 4 hits and 2
runs, 1 earned. ”
The Bulldogs took advantage of
shaky pitching and Hawk miscues
to take a early 3-0 lead. The Hawks
pulled within one run in the top of
the fourth but Ogden responded in
bottom of the inning when Hagen
homered to left. The Bulldogs added
two more in the fifth aided by a
double by Ross and a single by Tews
that scored two runs.
Ogden 6 - WG 2
C.Good CF
B. Coles 3B
T. Hagen 1B
D. Ruetter LK
N. Ross RF
H. Haglund C
G. Tews SS
A. Waterbury 2B
C. Pau;sen PH
Z. McCloud P
H
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
0
0
0
AB
3
4
3
3
3
2
3
1
1
3
RS
1
0
3
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
RBI
0
0
1
0
1
0
2
1
0
0
HR: (O) Hagen
2B; (O) Ross, Haglund
WG
0 0 2 0 0 0 0 - 2 4
Ogden 2 1 1 0 2 0 X - 6 9
Pitching
McCloud
Ross
IP H
61/34
2/3 0
R
2
0
SO W
2 4
2 0
Roland-Story Tournament
Ogden 8 - RS 2
Ogden 11 - SH 7
Ogden faced Roland-Story and
South Hamilton in tournament
action Saturday, June 6. The Bulldogs defeated Roland story 8-2 and
out-slugged South Hamilton 11-7 as
Hagen, McCloud and Waterbury all
homered. The Bulldogs finish the
week 8-2 overall.
A full slate of games this week
include West Central Valley, Van
Meter (home), ADM (home), Panorama and Edgewood Colesburg
(home).
Softball team improves to 5-1
by DAVE PFALTZGRAFF
REPORTER SPORTS WRITER
After falling 2-8 to Des Moines
Christian Monday (their first loss
of the season), the Lady Dogs
responded by crushing Earlham
20-5. They picked up another win
Thursday night and are now 5-1 on
the season.
This week: West Central Valley,
Van Meter and Panorama. The
Woodward-Granger Tournament
is Friday and Saturday.
Ogden 20 - Earlham 5
The Bulldogs sent 15 batters to
the plate as they exploded for 11
runs and trounced Earlham 20-5
Tuesday, June 2. Ogden pounded
out 23 hits. Kami Wheelock collected 4 hits including a double. Liz
Good also added 4 hits while scoring
4 times. Kruse contributed 4 hits
and Laws had the only homerun
and drove in 4 runners. Kate Christensen also drove in four runners
and Carson added a double.
OGDEN 20 - Earlham 5
H AB RS
K. Wheelock 3B
4 5 3
L. Good 2B
4 5 4
A. Boggess CF
1 4 3
B. Carson C
2 3 0
E. Law 1B
2 4 2
Kate Christensen 2 5 1
A. Germer P
2 4 1
Kim. Christensen 0 0 3
K. Wisecup SS
0 1 0
K. Kruse P
4 4 1
A. Kieffer CR
0 0 1
K. Lindahl LF
2 5 1
RBI
3
2
1
2
4
4
1
0
0
1
0
1
HR: (O) Laws
2B: (O) Wheelock, Carson
OGDEN 2 0 4 2 111 - -20 23
Earlham2 0 2 0 1 0 - - 5 7
Pitching
Kruse
IP
6
H
7
R
5
SO W
4 1
Ogden 5 - WG 2
Ogden defeated the Hawks from
Woodward-Granger 5-2 in Thursday night action.
“Kennedy Kruse pitched her
best game so far this year and kept
Woodward-Granger off balance,
Coach Mike Moses commented after
the game. “And she had some timely
hits. Moses added: “Kami and Bailey
(Carson) were really swinging the
bats well. Ellee Laws is starting to
swing much better. Our defense has
improved from a year ago”.
Kruse pitched seven strong innings scattering five hits, striking
out 4 batters while allowing 2 runs,
only one earned.
Bulldog Kami Wheelock is safe at second. Wheelock was 3 for 4 at bat against Woodward-Granger
-Photo by Dave Pfaltzgraff
The Bulldogs scored first as
Wheelock led the home half of
the first with a double to left field.
Wheelock scored when Carson’s ball
was mishandled by the Hawk third
baseman. The Hawks evened the
score, taking advantage of a Bulldog
fielding error. Ogden retook the lead
in the home half of the third. Good
was issued a free pass. A base hit by
Ashton Boggess advanced Good to
second. A base hit by Carson scored
Good and gave Ogden a 2-1 lead.
After the Hawks tied the game
at 2-2 with a tally in the visitors’
half of the fourth, Ogden responded
with doubles by Avery Germer and
Kayden Lindahl to score two runs
and take the lead for good at 4-2. A
double by Laws in the fifth allowed
the Bulldogs to score an insurance
run in the fifth.
Ogden was led by Wheelock with
three hits and Carson and Laws with
two each. Laws had two doubles.
Germer, Wheelock and Lindahl
each had doubles.
OGDEN 5 - WG 2
H AB
K. Wheelock 3B
3 4
L. Good 2B
0 2
A. Boggess CF
1 4
B. Carson C
2 3
E. Law 1B
2 3
Kate Christensen RF0 3
A. Germer DH
1 3
RS
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
RBI
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
K. Kruse P
0
K. Lindahl LF
1
Kim. Christensen CR0
K. Wisecup SS
0
3
3
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
2B: (O) Laws 2, Wheelock, Germer,
Lindahl
WG
0 0 1 1 0 0 0 - 2 5
OGDEN 1 0 1 2 1 0 X - 5 10
Pitching
Kruse
IP
7
H
5
R
2
SO W
4 0
JUNIOR HIGH SCORES
Seventh Grade Boys Baseball
Thursday, June 4 vs. SE Valley
Friday, May 29 at West Central Valley
Ogden 3 - SE Valley 4
Ogden 5 - WCV 0
You can show the Bulldogs you’re
proud of them by
displaying good sportsmanship!
PAGE SIX - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, June 10, 2015
OGDEN POLICE REPORT
Monday, June 1
5:50 a.m.: Officer received a
request to check with an Ogden
resident in regards to time a child
was going to be returned to mother,
who lives out of town.
7:06 a.m.: Officer responded to
an intrusion alarm at the Ogden
High School. This was set off by an
employee.
7:25 p.m.: Officer assisted subject
locked out of vehicle.
10:31 p.m.: Officer responded
to a report of a possible domestic
situation in the Casey’s parking lot. This was a verbal argument only.
The officer gave the female a ride
to Pilot Mound and the male half
headed to Marshalltown. There
were no charges filed.
Tuesday, June 2
12:10 p.m.: Officer assisted subject locked out of vehicle.
12:45 p.m.: Officer investigated a
single vehicle accident in 200 block
of W Mulberry. A 15-year-old male
of Boone was pulling into a parking
space on south side of Ogden Family
Dental when he hit the accelerator
rather than brake causing him to
jump the curb in his 2003 Chevrolet and hit the ramp leading into
Ogden Family Dental. There was
approximately $4,500 damage to
Crooks vehicle and $4,500 damage
to Ogden Family Dental.
2:25 p.m.: Officer was asked to
check on welfare of a child in Ogden.
The child was fine.
4:45 p.m.: Duane Holman reported his black/white Australian
Shepard dog was missing.
9:30 p.m.: Officer received a
complaint of a raccoon eating
birdseed on porch at 220 NE 3rd
Street.
Wednesday, June 3
6:40 a.m.: Officer responded to
an incomplete 911 from an Ogden
residence. There was nobody home
at the house. Officer was able to
make contact with owner of residence and advised her to contact
Ogden Telephone and have them
check line coming into residence.
6:44 p.m.: Officer responded
to an incomplete 911 at an Ogden
residence. This was a mis-dial and
everyone was fine.
8:59 p.m.: Officer assisted Boone
County Deputy with a child abuse in
Beaver.
Thursday, June 4
3:50 a.m.: Ogden officers and
Boone County Deputy responded
to a 911 call at an Ogden residence.
There was a verbal argument and no
charges were filed.
3:51 am.: Officers responded to a
complaint of an intoxicated subject
in the 200 block of NE 3rd.
7:31 a.m.: Officer responded to
an intrusion alarm at the Ogden
High School. It was determined to
be employee error.
8:50 a.m.: Officer assisted a
Boone Deputy with a motor vehicle
accident at H Ave. and highway
169.
5:32 p.m.: Officer did a welfare
check on a subject at 301 E Locust.
7:23 p.m.: Officer responded to
301 E Locust on a medical call.
10:06 p.m.: Officer assisted a
stranded motorist at 202 SW 2nd
Street.
Friday, June 5
10:48 a.m.: Officer assisted a lost
motorist.
6:05 p.m.: Officer spoke to subjects at 501 W Division St. in reference to a child custody dispute.
9:07 p.m.: Officer assisted a
subject at 319 NE 4th in reference
to wild animals on his property.
Saturday, June 6
10:01 a.m.: Officer was called to
501 W Division Street in regards to
a child custody issue.
4:00PM. Officer assisted Ogden
First Responders and Boone County
Ambulance at the M Avenue Boat
Ramp.
Sunday, June 7
1:26 a.m.: Officer responded to
an incomplete 911 call from 407
E Walnut Street. There was no
problem, determined to be a phone
issue.
12:02 p.m.: Officer was asked to
check welfare of dogs in kennel in
back of truck. The dogs had water
and the truck was parked under
tree, but reporting party wanted
dogs checked on. The vehicle was
gone upon officer’s arrival.
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to the fullest. Duties include assisting individuals with daily living skills,
meal prep, budgeting, socialization, medication management, and other
life skills.
The Perry program is looking to fill a part-time position with hours up
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OGDEN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
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OGDEN CITY-WIDE GARAGE SALES
Garage Sale flyers will be available Wednesday at
Casey’s General Store, Clark’s Food Mart, The Ogden Reporter and Ogden Telephone Company.
Fri. 8-8, Sat. 8-2
Fri. 5-?
Sat. 8-2
502 Jones
SW 2nd St.
220 W Veterans Dr.
Household, Longaberger,
books, DVD’s, wedding
decorations, computer
games, clothes
Glassware, pots and pans,
clothing, planter, pedestal
and bust of Julius Ceassar
and misc.
Fri 8 - 7; Sat 8 - 1
Fri. 4 - 7 &
Sat. 8 - noon
332 SW 3rd St.
Kevin & Darla Stockman
Men’s items:
Hunting, fishing, tools.
Plus size clothing - men and
women.
Household and wedding
items, bedding, toys, VHS
tapes, jewelry, air bed.
Fri. 4 - 7 &
Sat. 8 - 3
250 SW 6th St.
Rollerblades, puzzles,
Max Steele car - guys
& more, Tonka barn
& animals, hose reel
& hose, LOTS OF TOY
SETS, misc.
Fri., 5 - 8 Sat., 9 - 2
Milton Sturies
1209 Jasmine PL.
(east on old hwy. 30 follow bright pink signs)
(2) porch rocking chairs, card
table & chairs, patio table &
chairs, Longaberger, Williraye,
scrubs (sizes small to XL), men’s
and women’s clothing, tools,
puzzles, books, knick knacks,
lots of misc.
Fri., & Sat., 9 - 4
337
SW 7th St. Place
(home previously owned
by Lillian Kruse)
Moving Sale: ALL
FURNITURE IS
FOR SALE!
Multi Family Garage Sale
Fri., 4 - 7, Sat., 8 - 1
325 SE 2nd St. in Ogden
(Just South of Howe Elementary)
Lots of parking
Just some of our items: Electronic Jeep
for kids, executive desk, occasional
chairs, other furniture, Redwing and
Roseville pottery, sewing and craft
supplies, scrapbooking items, clothing
- kids through adults, books, movies,
toys, household misc. and much more.
244 SE 4th St.
Air conditioner, microwave,
small t.v.s, file cabinets, kitchenware, 1950’s china set, bird
atrium, old oak table.
3 families of nice,
clean items
ESTATE
GARAGE SALE
314 SW 7th St. Place
Sat., 8 - 3
Antiques & Collectibles, household & seasonal items, antique
milk can, lanterns, Frankoma
donkeys, *stoneware jugs,
fiesta, fenton, vintage board
games, old cameras.
No early birds. Cash only.
Sat., 7:30 to 2
108 S 1st St.
*Household decor
*Holiday decor
*Furniture
*Games
*Clothes
Fri., 8 - 5
Sat., 8 - 12
219 SE 4th St.
*Tools
*Gardening tools
* And much more.
Kruse
Garage Sale
325 N 1st St.
Fri., 12-5; Sat., 8-12
Power washer, tools,
mowers, girls clothes
(size 4-5), toys, car
seat.
Sat 8 - 2
Fri 5 - 8 Sat 8 - noon
432 SW 4th St.
1637 Magnolia Rd.
4 Family Sale
Girls NB-2T, Boys 0-3 &
6-14, Women’s M-2XL,
Mens Lg.-3XL, toys, DVD’s,
household misc., Books,
Baby furniture, Cub Cadet
riding lawnmower.
Fri. & Sat. 8 a.m.
420 NW 2nd
Multi-Family
Compaq desktop computer
Bar stools
Full size bed
Patio table
Desk
Misc.
Sat. 8 - 3
214 W Division
Antiques/collectibles, treadle sewing machine, curio cabinet, vanity chair, misc. furniture, lamps,
Christmas decorations, women’s
dresses & other clothing (size 10/
some never worn), misc. remodeling items, sliding patio door,
home decor (Victorian, country,
and modern), curtains & pillows,
clothes hampers, books & DVD’s,
golf clubs, purses, shoes
Sat.,
8-3
237 SW 3rd St
Furniture, kids’ items,
old avon collectibles,
bedding, misc.
Lots of nice items!
Fri., 5 - 8
Sat., 8 - noon
314
SE 2nd St.
H o m e d e c o r, k i d s
clothes, household
items, old windows
and much more.
408 E
Division St.
Fri., 9-4
Sat., 8-2
*Fleece throws
*Glassware
*Books & collectibles
*Sheet music
Boone
(North of Boy Scout Camp)
Science tchr of 37 years retiring
-- skulls, curriculum & classroom
support materials, sleeping bags,
camp stools, blonde bedroom
set & other furniture, garden art,
kitchen wares, baskets, quart canning jars, adult clothing
Thurs. 5 - 8,
Fri. 5 - 8, Sat. 8 - 4
213 SW 2nd
Double jogging stroller, toys,
kids items, girls clothing all
sizes, adult clothing, home
decor, lots of misc., motorcycle
2002 Kawasaki ZZR 1200
Fri. & Sat. 8 - 4
307 SW 9th St.
Downsizing
Too much to mention:
Keystone RV, First Edition Elvis
Avon Collectible(empty)with
box, new Mustang custom seat
covers, Larry Zach prints x3, HD
TV, lots of ISU decor plus queen
bedding and accessories, 6
foot Christmas tree & decor, 25
Longaberger Collectors Club
baskets, Tools
Fri., noon - 8
Sat., 9 - 2
305 S. 1st St.
Boys clothes (12 mo.
- 2T), toys, books, collectibles, household
items, small table,
baby gates, men’s 2X
dress clothes
Sat., 8 - 3
414 W Elm St.
Fri 3 - 7
Sat 8 - 2
201 S 1st St.
Clothes, shoes, purses,
jewelry, furniture, knickknacks, bikes and lots of
misc.
Sat 8 - 2
401 SW 5th St.
by high school
Kieffer - Loecker families
Futon, photo frames, house
decor, softball gear, wooden
red wagon, life jacket, lots
of misc.
QUALITY MERCHANDISE!
Fri. 12 - 7 &
Sat. 8 - 6
407 SE 4th St.
Family Garage Sale
LP Cozy brand heater (50 btu)
Hand & Yard tools
Antique Glassware
Clothing, Toys
KIEFFER
MFG. CO.
502 East Oak Street
Cutting Boards
Bread Boards
Specialty Boards
Educational Toys
12%-20% Discount
One Day Only
Saturday, June 13
9 a.m. until Noon
Garage Sale
502 NE
4th St.
Ogden
202 Haws Dr.
Fri. 5 - 7
Sat. 7 - 4
Furniture, clothes,
tools, old stuff, Play
Station games, Play
Station 2
Fri & Sat 10-5
Fri., 4 - 8
Sat., 8 - 5
225 SW 5th
Apt. A
613
West Mulberry
66 YEARS
OF STUFF
Fri. 3 - 8, Sat. 8 - 3
267 SW 3rd St.
4T-5T up to adult size clothes,
some name brand
crib & toddler bedding
toys
furniture
much misc.
and free stuff
Garage Sale
Fur n iture , h ouse h old
goods, yard decorations,
misc. items, clothing
(women’s, high school
girls), lots of good stuff!
Freezer
Youth bed frame
Entertainment center
Avon
Books/puzzles
Clothes all sizes
Lots of misc.
Fri. 8 - ?
Sat. 8 - ?
Don’t see it? Ask!
Lots in basement.
214 SW 9th
207 S 1st St.
Christmas trees, electric
sewing machine, bedspreads, mirrors, picnic
basket, cookbooks, encyclopedias, science books,
dishes, some antique dishes & collectibles, some
clothes, games, puzzles,
books, bowling ball, curtain rods, fabric, baskets
Fri. 4 - 7 &
Sat. 8 - 2
Multiple Family
332 SE 2nd St.
New Toro brake clutch assembly, Vintage glassware & misc.,
furniture, T.V.s, heater, infant
girls to 4T, toys, books, collectibles, plus size women’s clothes
Spring into
PAGE EIGHT - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, June 10, 2015
HOURS: OPEN
7 a.m. - 9 p.m.
MONDAY-SUNDAY
$ummer
$avings
Senior Citizens’
5% Discount
Every Tuesday!
275-2403
CLARK’S GUARANTEED QUALITY MEATS
BONELESS
4
2
1
249
459
219
19
5 oz.
pkg.
Chicken Breast........
OSCAR MAYER ASST.
8.9-10.7
oz.
Lunchables...............
93% LEAN
lb.
Ground Beef.............
SHUR FINE FISH
11.412 oz.
Sticks or Fillets.........
2
399
419
229
69
Chicken Breast............
lb.
SHUR FRESH BONELESS
lb.
Ham Steaks.................
TURKEY
PORK
5
69
CLARK’S DELI
DESSERT CUPS
38
.99
Cucumbers
.59
129 Leafy Romaine 199
SUPER SELECT! DESERT GROWN
ea.
.............
Baby Carrots............
GREEN GIANT IDAHO
5 lb.
DOLE BABY SPINACH OR
6-9 oz.
bag
...........
bag
Russet Potatoes........
ASST.
2
99
23-24
oz. jar
SHUR FINE
4/
8-ct.
pkg.
DAIRY
MARINADE
5 2
MT. DEW, SIERRA MIST, MUG,
ORG. CRUSH, CF DIET PEPSI,
REG., DIET OR CHERRY
9
39
00
32 oz.
btl.
PEPSI
00
4/
16 oz.
btl.
6-pk.
1/2 ltr. btl.
FROZEN
5
1
3
2
3
4
Ice Cream
29
3 Margarine .88 Sandwiches 349
00
179 Orange Juice 399 Mixed
Vegetables
4/5
CRYSTAL
MARIE
159 ANDERSON
ERICKSON
FARMS
CALLENDER’S
PIZZA
119
199
149 09 2/ 00 99 89
28 oz.
can
16 oz. pkg.
ANGEL FOOD LOAF
12 1 1 2
11.5 oz.
pkg.
3
99
3
49
FAMILY FRIES
1
ORANGE DREAM
CAKE ROLL
16 oz.
pkg.
BONERTS
PECAN PIE
20 oz.
pkg.
HOT TO GO!
lb.
MARBLE RYE
HOT TO GO!
POPCORN
CHICKEN
FRITO LAY
doritos
5
6
00
2/
6.25-7.6
oz. bag
5
.99
3-6 ct.
pkg.
49
Men’s Shaver...............
TOPCARE
Aspirin .......................
100 ct. btl.
SHUR FINE
PASTA
SAUCE
1 2
19
45 oz.
jar
2
99
3
249
16 oz.
loaf
12 oz.
pkg.
6 oz.
ctn.
RO-TEL
VELVEETA
LEMONADE
9 oz. pkg.
Skillet Singles..................
SHUR FINE JUMBO
10-ct. box
Taco Shells.....................
RUFFLES SHUR FINE CHARMIN
5
00
00
2/
10.5-11.5
oz. bag
RENUZIT ADJUSTABLE
7 oz.
Air Fresheners............
JOLLY RANCHER
6.88-8
oz. bag
Bites................................
10 oz. bag
BETTY CROCKER
GUSHERS, FRUIT BY THE FOOT,
ROLL-UPS OR FRUIT SHAPES
4
2/
00
4.5-5.3
oz.
5
2/
.99
299
SHREDDED OR
CHUNK CHEESE
1
12-pk. cans
plus dep.
7
7-8
oz. pkg.
Dog Food
MEOW MIX
14.2-16
lb. bag
Cat Food.............
BUSCH LIGHT
BEER
18-pk.
cans
plus dep.
6-10 oz.
box
Summer Grill Menu!
6 mega or
12 dbl. rolls
12
Thursday:
99
12
Saturday:
99 Monday:
Sirloin Patties,
Pork Burgers
Tuesday:
Brats, Polish,
1/4 lb. Hot Dogs
Burgers,
Friday: Pork
Ribeye Steak Sandwich
Marinated
Chicken Breast
HOURS: MONDAY - THURSDAY: Noon to 8 p.m. SATURDAY: Noon to 9 p.m.
Brats, Polish, 1/4 lb.SUNDAY:
Hot Dogs Noon to 7 p.m.
FRIDAY: Noon to 9 p.m.
REG. OR LIGHT
OLD MILWAUKEE
BEER
13 15
88
1
28-32.7
oz. box
Corner
Cook-Out
98
KIBBLES & BITS 16-lb.
bag
...........
SINGLE SERVE
PIES OR CAKES
5 3
1/2 gal.
ctn.
BATH TISSUE
00
14.4-16
oz. bag
...................
SHUR FINE
RISING CRUST
10 oz. can
Tomatoes.........................
SODA
box
.............
BIRDS EYE CORN, PEAS, BEANS, OR
89 oz. ctn.
...............
Bread & Butter
16 oz. jar
Chips............................................
ASST. POTATO CHIPS
asst.
BAKED SNACKS
SHUR FINE
FATHER’S TABLE NEW YORK OR
VARIETY QUARTER
CHEESE CAKE
32 oz. jar
Grape Jelly.....................
99
8-ct.
1-lb. qtr.
..................
SHUR FINE NFC
SHUR FINE
11-oz.
pkg.
EARL OF SANDWICH WHEAT,
SHUR FINE 80% VEGETABLE OIL
Fig Newtons................
12 oz. pkg.
99
99 SOURDOUGH, OR
FATHER’S TABLE
BLUE BUNNY
NABISCO
89
6-ct.
pkg.
12 pc.
box
32 oz.
box
1 lb.
pkg.
DELIGHTFUL
HAMBURGER BUNS
GREAT GROCERY BUYS
NEW FRENCH
BAKERY
99 49
99
GREEN GIANT
lb.
13-16 oz. box
CHICKEN
SPAGHETTI OR
ELBOW
MACARONI
1
49
YOPLAIT WHIPS!
00 SHUR FINE TRADITIONAL
99
00 Yogurt......................
4 oz. ctn.
10/
Garlic
Bread
.............
Baked Beans..........2/
HUNGRY-MAN
CRYSTAL FARMS STICK OR10 oz.
99
BETTER
49
00
SWEET P’S BAGUETTE SWEET P’S Oats.................................
pkg.
9.8-15.1 oz. box
Dinners
.........................
String Cheese..........
2/
FLAVOR CRISP
BIC
APPLESAUCE
00
2/
20.532 OZ.
3
lb.
SHUR FINE SARA LEE GATORADE KC MASTERPIECE
4 1
29
16 oz.
pkg.
18 oz.
btl.
BBQ Sauce.................
BREADED, BONELESS PATTIES,
NUGGETS, TENDERS, COUNTRY MAKES 8 QUARTS
FRIED STEAK OR STEAK FINGERS
OR 10-CT.
ON-THE-GO
PACKETS
Check out our corner sign for the SPECIAL OF THE DAY
SERVED HOT TO GO! 11 a. m. - 1 p.m. in our deli!
2/
KC MASTERPIECE
CRYSTAL
LIGHT
TYSON
FARMLAND
BACON
16 oz. btl.
Dressing......................
Cutlets............................
lb.
CHERRIES
39
299
299
139
18 oz. jar
Preserves....................
lb.
WASHINGTON DARK, SWEET
FRESH, ON THE VINE
SMUCKERS JAM, MARMALADE, OR
HIDDEN VALLEY
2
39
lb.
TOMATOES
99
16 oz. jar
Peanut Butter...................
FRESH, CALIFORNIA
99
lb.
5-8.7
oz. box
APRICOTS
NEW CROP CALIFORNIA
RED OR BLACK
10 1 .49 1
JIF
lb.
Tenders...........................
PLUMS
DOLE PREMIUM
00
10/
lb.
TYSON B/S
ASST.
3
CHICKEN, TUNA, OR
HAMBURGER HELPER
99
lb.
MILFORD VALLEY
BETTY CROCKER BANANAS
PORK CHOPS
59
FRESH PRODUCE
GROCERY BARGAINS
BONELESS
CHUCK STEAK
Corner New Days!
Cookout!
Mon., Tues.,
Thurs., Fri.,
and Sat.
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
98
30-pk.
cans
plus dep.
GENERAL MILLS TIPPY TOES
BUGLES, GARDETTOS,
OR CHEX MIX
4
3/
00
6-8.75
oz. bag
BABY WIPES
2
49
64-72
ct. ctn.
SHUR FINE
12 oz. OLD FASHION COOKIES
13 oz. ANIMAL CRACKERS
12 oz. VANILLA WAFERS
12.5 oz. FUDGE GRAHAM COOKIES
11.5 oz. FUDGE STRIPED COOKIES
14-15 oz. DUNKSTERS
5
3/
Prices effective Wednesday, June 10, 2015 through Tuesday, June 16, 2015. Quantity rights reserved. No sales to dealers.
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