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USPS - 232-280 | GUTHRIE CENTER, IOWA 50115 | OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESday, JULY 22, 2015
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Guests light and
release cloth
lanterns after
nightfall at Dale
Valley Vineyard’s
Winestock July 18.
REBECCA MCKINSEY | GUTHRIE CENTER TIMES
WINESTOCK
Successful celebration marks Dale Valley Vineyard’s 8th year
By REBECCA MCKINSEY
[email protected]
It started out as a one-room
schoolhouse.
Now it’s a tasting room and
gift shop for a vineyard that
started almost by accident.
Dale Valley Vineyard celebrated eight years of being in
business with its annual Winestock event this past Saturday.
Throughout the day, tents
and tables, covered with colorful umbrellas, scattered over
a grassy area next to the grapevines and in front of the stage
and pavilion.
Bands played all day, and artists and artisans set up booths.
Residents from Guthrie County and beyond milled in and
out all day, perching beneath
the umbrellas, tossing beach
balls, enjoying the live music,
dancing, sipping wine and —
once the sun set — setting off
about 100 lighted cloth lanterns
that rose into the darkening sky
as guests swallowed their last
HEALTH
Speech language
pathologist begins
work at Guthrie
County Hospital
drops of wine.
Dale Valley Vineyard got its
start when Ed and Tracy Mahlstadt decided to make wine with
the grapes they’d been growing
for several years.
“We took some classes, got
some education and then just
made our own mistakes,” Ed
Mahlstadt said.
The vineyard’s tasting room
and gift shop are located in a
building that used to serve as a
one-room schoolhouse in Dale
City. Dale Valley Vineyard’s first
grapes were planted in 2001, its
first harvest was in 2006 and the
Mahlstadts bottled their first
wine in 2007 — the same year
as the vineyard’s grand opening.
Now, the business sells more
than 14 types of wine.
In recent years, a covered
pavilion and bathrooms were
added to the business.
And each year, Winestock has
provided a celebration for the
business.
WINESTOCK, Page 11
STEPHANIE CARLSON | GUTHRIE CENTER TIMES
Colorful umbrellas line up beside grapevines at Winestock
July 18.
BOWLING’S BACK
By REBECCA MCKINSEY
[email protected]
The Guthrie County Hospital now offers the
services of a speech language pathologist.
Leslie Holtkamp has been working full-time
with the hospital since June 8.
She works with a variety of patients of all ages, including those
who have been diagnosed with
or experienced stroke, cognition
deficits, degenerative disease, dementia, swallowing impairments,
speech disorders, autism and developmental delays. She offers
swallow and speech, language Leslie
and cognitive evaluations.
Holtkamp
Her job offers a wide variety,
between bedside swallowing evaluations using X-rays, working with patients on
memory and problem-solving and determining
if they are ready to go home and care for themselves, and providing therapy to people with dysHEALTH, Page 7
REBECCA MCKINSEY | GUTHRIE CENTER TIMES
Incredibowl re-opens in Guthrie
Center, offers dinner, late-night bar
COUNTRY MUSIC
The Ruckus
is here
By REBECCA MCKINSEY
Guthrie Center Times staff
since he was 8 years old.
This week, Lee Brice, Chris Young and thousands of their fans will flock to Guthrie Center.
The seventh annual Guthrie River Ruckus,
a rowdy three-day country music show, will
be held at the Guthrie County Fairgrounds
Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.
Although tickets stop being pre-sold Wednesday night, three-night tickets are available
at the gate for $80.
Myriad law-enforcement officers will be in
attendance to curb underage drinkers and
other lawbreakers.
The three-night concert will feature 10
artists. Thursday’s show will feature Zach
Stone and Casey Muessigmann at 6 p.m. and
8 p.m. Friday will feature Granger Smith, Josh
Thompson, Jerrod Niemann and Chris Young,
starting at 6 p.m. Saturday’s show includes
Stoney LaRue, the Josh Abbott Band, Chris
Cagle and Lee Brice, starting at 4:30 p.m.
More information about Guthrie’s River
Ruckus is available at guthriesriverruckus.com.
Organizers’ advice for attendees is simple:
Don’t break the law. Be safe. Be smart.
And have fun.
Guthrie Center Times staff
Chris Long has bowled at
Guthrie Center’s bowling alley
He came full circle in May when
he and his wife, Melissa, bought
the business, most recently
called Gutterz, which had
closed last year.
In about six weeks, they painted and cleaned the building, built
in 1965, put together a menu and
picked a new name — Incredibowl.
They opened last Monday, and
business has been brisk.
Although some suggested “Long
Lanes,” a play on the owners’ name,
the Longs chose Incredibowl because they didn’t want the business to be about them, they said.
In addition to its eight lanes, the
alley has a bar and restaurant area,
a spot to shoot darts, pool tables,
online gaming and gambling machines and an outdoor seating area.
Dart leagues are already forming.
About 60 people showed up the
first night the alley was re-opened,
and it’s been busy ever since.
“We’ve had good community
support already,” Melissa said.
And although the bar draws in
some patrons, the bowling alley
is family-friendly.
“We want this to be a place for
families to come and have a good
time,” Melissa said.
Down the road, the Longs also
hope to have students visit the
bowling alley during school as
part of their physical education
classes.
Chris and Melissa both cook —
“good old bowling alley food,” Chris
said. That includes greasy cheeseburgers and hand-breaded tenderloin and chicken strips.
They’ve made up their own specialty items, including the Incrediburger and the Barnyard. The
latter is appropriately named as
it contains beef, chicken and bacon — “everything in a barnyard,”
Melissa joked.
The specialty burgers include
a bacon weave.
The bowling alley has already
played host to adults, families and
a class reunion. Some come just for
the drinks and darts, while others
bring their bowling game.
BOWLING, Page 7
Drinks accompany bowling balls at Guthrie Center’s Incredibowl,
which re-opened July 13 and is open late. Pool tables (below) provide an alternative to bowling at Guthrie Center’s Incredibowl,
which opened July 13.
page 2 | GUTHRIE CENTER TIMES | WEDNEsday | 07.22.15
REBECCA MCKINSEY | GUTHRIE CENTER
‘Heads held high’
6th annual Dreams Made True pageant
welcomes 24 contestants, ‘celebrates their lives’
By REBECCA MCKINSEY | Guthrie Center Times staff
really annoying,” she joked —
ted across the stage in a cowgirl
na and Dave’s cousin, did the
The awards
were as
follows:
They dream of being treated normally.
• Judges’ Choice: Tara
Schramm, Justina
Ahlers, Caroline Hill and
Brianna Moore
Of being writers and nurses, working with
dolphins, getting married and having kids.
Of flying to Disneyland, going to a water park,
playing soccer on a team and having 102
• Best Interview: Bentley
Vondrak
animals.
• Best Casual Wear: Olivia
Siepker
Of horses, unicorns and rainbows.
• Best Formal Wear:
Danielle Anderson
Of wearing flip-flops without a leg brace.
• Most Photogenic
(chosen by escorts):
Sheyanne Ackerson
Of being able to walk.
Of seeing all the bullying stop.
One by one during the sixth
annual Dreams Made True pageant, girls and women with disabilities, having traveled to Carroll from around Iowa, shared
some of their biggest dreams.
And many had dreams come
true as they crossed the stage
in beautiful dresses, their hair
curled and makeup carefully
applied, and donned tiaras,
sashes and trophies.
The pageant is organized
by Carroll’s Dave and Dayna
Teske, parents of Daleney Teske,
a 14-year-old who will be a freshman in high school this year.
Daleney loves writing, adores
purple and has cerebral palsy.
Rachel Cogil of Jamaica
has her hair curled before
the Dreams Made True
pageant July 18. Cogil was
named the first runner-up
in her division, Junior Miss
Dreams Made True.
After she won a pageant in Illinois in 2008, the Teske family decided to create a similar
event in Carroll. The first was
in 2010.
Daleney does not compete in
the Dreams Made True pageant;
rather, she serves as its hostess,
mingling with the contestants
before the event, encouraging
them and laughing with them.
They look up to her.
The contestants — 24 this
year — ranged in age from 5
to 25. On Saturday, they had
their nails done, had a pizza
party with “princesses” —
women dressed up as Disney’s
Belle, Jasmine, Snow White and
Elsa — and had their hair and
makeup done before donning
casual wear and formal gowns
and walking across the stage
at the Carroll High School auditorium.
During the day, parents gather
together as well. The event is
just as vital to them, Dave said.
“It’s important to get together
to network with other families
who have kids with disabilities,
and to celebrate their lives,” he
said. “There isn’t a manual to tell
you how to raise your daughter or son.”
Several girls from Guthrie
County competed in this year’s
event, including Angela Brooks
from Guthrie Center, Marissa
Christensen from Stuart and
Rachel Cogil from Jamaica.
Getting her hair curled before
the pageant, Cogil spoke about
her three brothers — “They get
Shannon Teske (left) hands a trophy to Rachel Cogil, who was named the first runner-up in
the Junior Miss Dreams Made True division during the Dreams Made True pageant July 18.
As Lindee
Link (left)
sings,
Marissa
Christensen
of Stuart
models
her casual
outfit with
escort
Cooper
Canne
during
the July 18
Dreams
Made True
pageant.
Christensen
was named
the first
runnerup in the
Teen Miss
Dreams
Made True
division.
and her family’s animals, which
include two goats, four rabbits,
two cats and one dog. One of
the rabbits hasn’t been named
because the family is still determining its gender.
Christensen has participated
in the pageant several times.
The high-school junior said
she enjoyed getting her hair
and makeup done; she strut-
outfit during the casual-wear
portion of the pageant and enjoys bratwursts.
During her interview, while
modeling a long, pink dress,
Brooks told the audience her
biggest dream is to be a role
model for other kids with special needs.
Jolene Teske, an Arbonne
makeup saleswoman and Day-
girls’ makeup.
“You just learn to appreciate,”
said Teske, who is a founding
board member and has done
makeup at the pageant since
the beginning. “It’s an unsung
celebration in Iowa.”
PCI Academy in Ames sent
about 10 hair stylists to work
with the girls — all of whom
agreed they got more out of the
experience than they gave. Several local hair stylists donated
their time as well.
“This is a dream come true
for me,” said Megan Sullivan
from PCI Academy. “I’ve done a
lot of work with special-needs
kids, so to do hair and work with
them — I’m like, ‘Yes!’”
One hair stylist, 19-year-old
Cheyenne Hibbing, learned
about the pageant through the
academy and helped arrange
for her 6-year-old sister, Charlenne, to be signed up at the
last minute for the event. After
Cheyenne did her young sister’s
hair, Charlenne ended up being
named the first runner-up in
the Little Miss Dreams Made
True division, for girls ages 5-9.
“She loves it,” Cheyenne said
with a laugh. “She loves attention — and she’s getting a lot
of attention.”
Coming from a family of eight
siblings, Cheyenne said it was
nice to spend time one-on-one
with her sister, especially since
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• Miss Congeniality
(chosen by contestants):
Christina Lampe
• People’s Choice (chosen
by audience): Abby
Heinrichs
• Little Miss Dreams Made
True (5-9), first runnerup: Charlenne Hibbing
• Little Miss Dreams Made
True: Madeline Farrell
• Junior Miss Dreams
Made True (10-14), first
runner-up: Rachel Cogil
• Junior Miss Dreams
Made True: Candace
Acuff
• Teen Miss Dreams Made
True (15-19), first runnerup: Marissa Christensen
• Teen Miss Dreams Made
True: Elizabeth Esdohr
• Miss Dreams Made True
(20-25), first runner-up:
Kristine Cowlham
• Miss Dreams Made True:
Holly Smith
she doesn’t see her as much after moving to Ames.
“I think it’s amazing,” she said
of the pageant. “Girls with disabilities — they’ll feel as beautiful as they really are.”
The girls’ walks across the
stage were accompanied by
20-year-old singer Lindee Link,
who has performed with the
pageant since its inception
and authored its theme song,
“Fairy Tale.”
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WEDNEsday | 07.22.15 | GUTHRIE CENTER TIMES | page 3
CRIME
Three
charged
after theft
investigation
OBITUARIES
Guthrie Center Times staff
Several people were charged
after a month-long theft investigation by the Guthrie County
Sheriff’s Office.
The investigation began after
the sheriff’s office was notified
that a Bagley Fire Department
credit card had been stolen and
was being used to purchase hundreds of dollars worth of gasoline, according to a news release
from the sheriff’s office.
The sheriff’s office executed
a search warrant July 15 and
found property belonging to
the fire department, including
the credit card.
Three Bagley residents face
drug- and stolen-property-related charges as a result of the
investigation.
Terry Eugene King, 43, was
charged with dominion/control of a firearm by a felon, unauthorized possession of an
offensive weapon, possession
with intent to deliver marijuana,
failure to affix drug tax stamp,
possession of drug paraphernalia, third-degree theft, seconddegree theft, unlawful possession of prescription drugs and
driving under suspension.
Jessica June Wells, 22, was
charged with dominion/control of a firearm by a domestic abuse offender, unauthorized possession of an offensive
weapon, possession with intent
to deliver marijuana, failure to
affix drug tax stamp, possession
of drug paraphernalia, unlawful
possession of prescription drugs,
possession of a controlled substance — 1st offense and permitting an unauthorized person
to drive.
Curtis Michael Swihart, 26, was
charged with possession with intent to deliver marijuana, drug
tax stamp violation and possession of drug paraphernalia.
King, Wells and Swihart were
seen by the Guthrie County magistrate and held on bond.
BioBlitz Explore the
Natural World
Individuals and families are
invited to join over fifteen leading natural science experts from
around the state at Whiterock
Conservancy on Saturday, July
25 to identify and record the
wide variety of species found
at Whiterock as part of the annual BioBlitz. Participants will
be able to choose to attend five
session from the thirteen different study areas including soil
microbiology, wetland plants,
stream invertebrates, butterflies,
reptiles, fish, raptors and much
more. Each session provides participants with an opportunity to
learn from an expert, work with
other volunteers and have fun
exploring Whiterock.
Registration is $25 for the entire event, including three meals
on Saturday. Partial day event
registrations are also available
for $15. Kids with a special interest in the natural world are
welcome.
The data collected at the annual BioBlitz is valuable to Whiterock Conservancy in making
land management decisions
and in seeking grant funding
to protect and restore the land.
For a detailed schedule and
to register visit whiterockconservancy.org or call 712-6842697 x112.
Sessions Include:
Learn more about raptors during a Saving Our Avian Resources
(SOAR) program with Ms. Kay
Newman
Hear about how carnivores like
bears and bobcats are reinvading
Iowa, and learn the importance
of places like Whiterock are important to conserving them with
Dr. Bill Clark (ISU, Ecology and
Evolutionary Biology)
Participate in an forest Ecological Site Description (ESD)
using quantitative plant ecology
methods to better understand
the relationships between soil
types and native plant communities, conduct a floristic survey
of native and restored prairies,
and participate in a plant ID
BIOBLITZ, Page 7
SPECIAL TO THE GUTHRIE CENTER TIMES
Guthrie Center Fire Department members gather for grain bin rescue training: (front,
from left) Gary McCool, Tom Langgard, Dave Embelton, Krysty Melton, CJ Melton,
Randy Sheeder, Brady Langgard, (rear, from left) Pat Halsey, Phil Halsey, Tom Reil,
Mike Peterson, Jason Carroll, Cody Sheeder, Justin Downing, Cory Campbell and Jesse
Swensen.
Guthrie County Farm
Bureau supports local
fire departments
The Guthrie County Farm
Bureau has purchased two
grain bin rescue tube systems
and two augers to be placed in
Guthrie County. Grain rescue
tubes are used to assist people
trapped in grain within a bin
or silo. They are pushed down
into the grain a section at a
time and clamped together
to form a containment barrier to enable rescue workers
to remove grain surrounding
the trapped individual. When
completely assembled they are
a lightweight 27 pound aluminum 60 inch tall shield. They
come in four sections, will fit
through openings as small as
17 inches and clamp together.
The systems will be placed in
Guthrie Center and Panora but
will be available for use by all
fire departments in the county.
They were purchased with the
help of a grant made available
by Iowa Farm Bureau. John and
Linda Menefee also contributed funds to this project and
their generous donation will
be used to purchase drills and
other equipment to be used
with the tubes and augers.
Farm Bureau’s goal is to help
place these systems throughout
the county. It’s important that
this life-saving equipment is
in close proximity to all area
farmers and elevators, they
say. Timely response is critical when someone is trapped
in a grain bin.
Guthrie County residents
don’t work on a farm, they
likely know someone who
does so Farm Bureau hopes
all residents of the county appreciate the importance of this
equipment.
Guthrie County Farm Bureau
is proud to support the local
fire departments. These volunteer fire fighters and EMT’s
have an important job and work
to protect lives and property.
They appreciate them for taking time to come to the Guthrie Center fire department for
training on this equipment and
are happy to provide them with
these grain bin rescue systems.
Curt Twigg of the Panora Fire Department is rescued
from a bin of corn during grain bin rescue training for
the Panora Fire Department.
The Guthrie County Farm Bureau board of directors
(from left) Bryan Mowrer, President, Curt Wilson,
Andrew Knaack, Alex Krueger, Alex Durst, Brad Chalfant,
Gene Shook, and Tony Durst, along with John and Lynda
Menefee have supported local fire departments by
purchasing two grain bin rescue tube systems and two
augers to be placed in Guthrie County.
MARY LOUISE
LEHMAN
1926-2015
Mary Louise Lehman,
89, of Adair, Iowa, died
Wednesday, July 15, 2015,
at Caring Acres Nursing &
Rehab Center in Anita Iowa.
She was born February
1, 1926, in Lake City, Iowa,
the oldest child of eight
children to Alton Parker
and Maybelle (Hermansen)
Harris. Mary grew up
near Panora, Iowa. She
was united in marriage to
Dallas Lehman on February
4, 1945, at the Panora
Christian Church in Panora.
Shortly after their wedding,
they moved from Panora
to the Adair area where she
lived all of her married life.
Mary was a great cook and
taught many of her children
(and their spouses) how
to cook. She loved to sew,
crochet, read, tend to her
large garden and listen to
music. Mary loved music
so much that she became
very knowledgeable of what
the name of songs were and
who sang them. She was
also very good at knowing
who the movie stars were.
Mary had a passion for
clothes and shopping but
her greatest love of all
was her family. She did
everything for her family
and surrounded her home
with pictures of them. Mary
loved to cook a large Sunday
meal and always cooked
extra as she knew that
at least one more person
would show up for the meal.
She was a member of the
United Methodist Church
in Adair and a Friendly Club
member.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Dallas
Lehman; parents, Alton
and Maybelle Harris; and
her siblings, Alton Harris.
Elda Hay, Joan Bohlender,
Charles Harris, John Harris
and Donnie Ray in infancy.
Mary is survived by her
children, Robert (Laurel)
Lehman of Adair, IA, Donald
(Kathy) Lehman of Anita,
IA, Judy (Robert) Larsen
of Sutherland, IA, Jane
McCann (Wes Wahlert)
both of Anita, IA, Jerry
(Connie Gheer) Lehman of
Anita, IA and Gene (Keri)
Lehman of Van Meter, IA; 15
grandchildren, Allen (Randi
Sue) Lehman of Guthrie
Center, IA, Andrew Lehman
of Adair, IA, Chuck (Teresa)
Ramsey of Anita, IA, Angela
(Jason) Hill of Harper,
TX, Anthony Larsen of
Sutherland, IA, Ann Nelson
of Atlantic, IA, Lori (Chris)
McGinnis of Des Moines, IA,
Kevin (Debora) McCann of
Anita, IA, Keith (Chantelle)
McCann of Menlo, IA,
Derrick (Sara) Lehman of
Ankeny, IA, Jarrad Lehman
of Cedar Falls, IA, Korrin
(Aaron) Paul of Lewis, IA,
Dallas (Olivia) Lehman of
West Des Moines, IA, Tyler
(Emmy) Lehman of West
Des Moines, IA, and Amy
Lehman of Van Meter, IA; 20
great-grandchildren; sister,
Dorothy Corsbie of Panora,
IA, other relatives and
friends.
Visitation with family
was Sunday, July 19, 2015, at
Hockenberry Family Care in
Adair, Iowa.
Funeral services were
held July 20, 2015, at the
United Methodist Church,
Adair, Iowa, with burial
in Sunnyhill Cemetery in
Adair, IA.
Hockenberry Family
Care in Adair, Iowa,
is in charge of the
arrangements. Condolences
may be left at www.
hockenberryfamilycare.
com.
Maxine Kopaska
will be 90 Years Young on
July 30th!
Tom Langgard of the Guthrie Center Fire Department
cuts a section of bin during grain bin rescue training.
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GUTHRIE COUNTY SHERIFF
Public records compiled by the Guthrie Center Times
7/13/15
12:57 am Panora Police and
Guthrie Co Deputy responded to
domestic call on Young Circle
2:03 am Traffic stop by Stuart
Police in front of Community
Care Center
8:10 am Guthrie Co Deputy
booked a prisoner in to the
Guthrie Co Jail
9:20 am Stuart Ambulance
responded to a medical call on
SW 7th St.
10:10 am Civil papers were
served on SE 2nd Street by
Guthrie Co Deputy
12:26 pm Stuart Ambulance
responded to a medical call on N
Main Street.
1:22 pm Panora Ambulance
responded to a medical call at
Panora Nursing & Rehab.
1:45 pm Warrant check on
White Pole Road by Guthrie Co
Deputies
1:50 pm Stuart Police responded
to a domestic call on SW 7th
Street
2:08 pm Stuart Ambulance
responded to a medical call
on SW 7th. The patient was
transported to Mercy West
3:14 pm Guthrie Co Deputy
and Panora Police conducted an
interview for an assault case on
Willow Ave
3:49 pm Guthrie Co Deputies
and Panora Police responded to
an assault call on Hwy 44 west of
Panora
4:59 pm Case follow up by
Guthrie Co Deputy and Panora
Police on Willow Ave
5:01 pm Bayard and Panora
Ambulances responded to a
medical call on Main Street in
Bayard.
6:08 pm Stuart Police
intercepted a vehicle traveling
at a high rate of speed on Stuart
Road.
Panora Police responded to a
medical call on NE 2nd Street in
Panora.
5:01 pm Warrant check in
Bagley by Guthrie Co Deputy
5:08 pm Guthrie Co Deputy
assisted the City of Bagley with a
utility check
6:05 pm Panora Police
Department and Guthrie Co
Deputy responded to a verbal
argument
10:30 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on 9th/State Street in
Guthrie Center
10:50 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police on E Church / SE 3rd
7-15-15
2:37 am Traffic Stop by GC
Deputy on Main Street in Bayard
2:44 am Traffic Stop by GC
Deputy on Hwy 44 by the airport
3:18 am Traffic Stop by GC
Deputy on Frontier Road by Frost
Ave
3:33 am GC Deputy investigated
a suspicious person on N
Harrison in Stuart
5:42 am Traffic Stop by GC
Deputy on 1st Street in Guthrie
Center
10:30 am Guthrie Co Deputy
escorted a prisoner to court
11:02 am Guthrie Co Deputy
returned call to Carroll Police
in regards to a Hit-n-Run that
occurred in their town with a
Guthrie Co vehicle on July 11.
11:45 am Traffic stop by Stuart
Police in the Burger King parking
lot
12:09 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police at W 3rd / Main
1:15 pm Guthrie Co Deputy
investigated a report of damage
to a mailbox on White Pole Road
2:28 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police on Hwy 44 by the high
school
2:35 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police at E Main/SE 2nd
3:11 pm Panora Police
responded to a report of an
erratic driver east of Panora on
Hwy 44
3:15 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police on Hwy 44 / Utopia
4:10 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police on Hwy 44 by the high
school
1:45 pm Panora Rescue
responded to a medical call at
Panora Nursing & Rehab.
3:35 pm Panora Rescue
responded to a medical call at
the Jamaica raceway.
3:22 pm Panora Police
responded to a custody issue on
W Market Street
5:44 pm Traffic stop by Stuart
Police at the I-80 EB on ramp
3:34 pm Guthrie Co Deputy
responded to a report of an
intoxicated driver at Hwy 25/
White Pole Road
6:28 pm Stuart Ambulance
responded to a medical call on
Diamondhead Drive.
7:07 pm Traffic stop by Stuart
Police in the 400 block of S
Division
8:02 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police on E Main by the 4 way
stop
4:56 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police on NE 3rd / E South Street
8:29 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy in the 3100 block of
Hwy 141
4:30 pm Iowa State Patrol
transported a prisoner to the
Guthrie Co Jail
6:44 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on Hwy 141/ Hwy 25
8:48 pm Traffic stop by Stuart
Police by the city park
6:50 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on Hwy 25 south of
Hwy 141
9:56 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy west of Panora on
Hwy 44
4:35 pm Guthrie Co Deputy
booked prisoners in to the
Guthrie Co Jail
4:23 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police on NE 3rd / E Clay
1:00 pm Guthrie Co Deputy
escorted a prisoner to court
8:50 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on Hwy 141 east of
Bagley
6:55 pm Stuart Fire/Rescue and
Police responded to a car vs.
train accident at the S Madison
Street. All occupants refused
transport
7:20 pm GC Deputies executed a
search warrant in Bagley
8:56 am Panora Fire/Rescue,
Guthrie Co Deputy, Iowa State
Patrol responded to a car /semi
accident on 270th / Tank.
10:12 pm Warrant service by
Guthrie Co Deputies in Bagley
9:57 pm Stuart Ambulance
responded to a list assistance call
on SW 6th Street in Stuart
3:25 pm Guthrie Co Deputy
responded to a report of loose
horses at 110th St on North side
of Herndon.
10:05 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy in Guthrie Center
10:48 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on Hwy 4 / 180th
10:51 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on Main/8th in
Panora
7:43 pm Guthrie Co Deputy
checked on a stranded motorist
at Maple/White Pole Road
11:03 pm Guthrie Co Deputies
security check at The Port
10:37 pm Guthrie Co Deputy
served civil papers in Guthrie
Center
10:38 pm Panora Ambulance
responded to a lift assistance call
on Hwy 4.
7-17-15
1:29 am 911 from suicidal
subject Bayard 1st Responders
and Guthrie County Deputies
responded
Auburn Ia
Bayard Ia
Churdan, Ia
Guthrie Center, Ia
101 Highway 141
(712) 651-2067
807 Fitzpatrick St
(515) 389-3276
500 State Street
(641) 747-3235
Humboldt, Ia
Jefferson, Ia
Lake City Ia
Hwy 3 & 169
(515) 332-9984
606 Hwy 30 East
(515) 386-4913
711 East Main St
(712) 464-3617
Lake View, Ia
Onawa, Ia
1211 9th
(712) 657-2412
1004 Iowa St.
(712) 423-3265
Rockwell City, Ia
Hwy 4 & 20
Beat
The Clock
12:20 am Traffic stop by Stuart
Police in the McDonald’s parking
lot
12:35 am Guthrie Co Deputy
responded to a violation of a no
contact order on Willow Ave
12:44 am Traffic stop by Stuart
Police in the Dollar Store parking
lot
1:21 am Guthrie Co Deputy
transported a prisoner to the
Guthrie Co Jail
7:48 am Guthrie Co Deputy
responded to a domestic call on
N 12th Street in Guthrie Center.
8:26 am Guthrie Co Deputy
12:12 am Traffic Stop by Guthrie
County Deputy South of Guthrie
on Hwy 25
12:48 am Traffic Stop by Stuart
Police 500 Block of S Division
1:26 am Stuart Police
investigated a car vs. deer
accident
1:41 am Welfare check by
Guthrie Co Deputy on Wallace
Street in Casey
3:14 pm Casey Fire Department
responded to a car fire on I-80 at
the 83 mile marker
9:30 am Casey 1st Responders
responded to a medical call on W
6:05 pm Traffic stop by Stuart
Police on the east bound on
ramp
6:22 pm Case follow up by
Stuart Police on N Fremont
8:35 pm Traffic stop by Stuart
Police on Wagon Road/Wagon
Lane
9:00 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on Hwy 44 west of
Panora
9:06 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police on Hwy 44/Willow Ave
10:06 pm Stuart Police
responded to a report of a
suspicious person on N Main
Street
10:23 pm Stuart Police searched
for the suspicious person in an
abandoned house south of the
residence on N Main Street
10:33 pm Traffic stop by Stuart
Police on NE 6th Street
10:42 pm Security check by
Stuart Police on N Division
weeklyrecord
Public records compiled by the Guthrie Center Times
clerk of court
Speeding
(1 to 5 mph over)
Kristine Annette Knute, Carroll
Janet Marie Wyant, Sergeant
Bluff
Tammy Jean Langel, Carroll
Stuart Thomas Essex,
Urbandale
Jeremy Joseph Thooft, Glidden
Rodney Alan Conner, Lake City
Roger D. Vais, Anita
Charles Jay Dooley, Peru
Angela Marie Hargens,
Earlham
Jonathan Daniel Herrold,
Ankeny
Mark Andrew Petersen,
Kimballton
Marlon Robert McCord,
Urbandale
(6 to 10 mph over)
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Skyelar E. Adams, Lincoln,
Nebraska
Serena Diane Adams, Altoona
Regina Lori Ocheltree, Casey
Michael Patrick Luft, Ida Grove
Gabriella B. Cascone, Kew
Gardens, New York
Paul Lee Benschoter, Des
Moines
(11 to 15 MPH Over)
No seatbelt
Sidney Alan Franzeen,
Scranton
No vehicle
registration
Danielle Nicole Fink, Linden
Ashley Faith Andrews, Bayard
Emily K. Severt, Coldwater,
Ohio
Katherine Anne Dickman,
Carroll
No insurance
Jackie D. Smith, Lake City
Miscellaneous
traffic
Jerry Michael Landry, Panora,
illegal U-turn violation
Daimean Andru Canfield,
Bayard, driving while license
under suspension
CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS
Jessica June Wells, Berwick,
permitting unauthorized person
to drive, $202.25
Ngwia Van Tran, Perry,
restriction on game — over limit,
$195.00
Jacob Daymond Morris, Clive
(712) 297-5707
(16 to 20 MPH over)
Beat the Clock Offer Good Only
at the following Sparky’s One Stop Stores
Auburn, Bayard, Churdan, Guthrie Center, Humboldt,
Jefferson, Lake City, Onawa & Rockwell City
5:14 pm Traffic stop by Stuart
Police on the east bound on
ramp
7/18/15
Breakfast Pizzas
Specialties Pizzas
Build Your Own
Don’t Forget
Breadsticks - Garlic
Bread - Cheese Bread
Pizza Rolls - Calzones
Hwy 71 & 175
(712) 688-7722
7-19-15
11:33 pm Agency assist by
Stuart Police at Econo Lodge
12:59 am Traffic Stop by Guthrie
County Deputy on Quail Ave
West of Bagley
4:46 am Stuart Police, Stuart
Fire and Rescue responded to a
single vehicle rollover accident
on Stuart Road.
4:20 pm Panora Ambulance and
10:35 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on Hwy 25/210th
6:27 pm Guthrie Co Deputy
investigated a report of a
suspended driver driving in Casey
2:50 am Panora Ambulance
was called to assist at Guthrie Co
Hospital with some equipment
10:34 pm Guthrie Co Deputy
responded to a parking
complaint on Prairie Street in
Guthrie Center
9:28 pm Traffic stop by Stuart
Police on S Division
2:44 pm Traffic Stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on Hwy 25 and 210th
St
9:03 pm Guthrie Co Deputies
and Panora Police executed a
search warrant on Willow Ave
3:48 pm Guthrie Co Deputy
transported a prisoner to the
Guthrie Co Jail
3:46 pm Menlo Ambulance
responded to White Pole Road/
Hwy 25 to check the status of a
prisoner
9:58 am Casey 1st Responders
assisted with a medical call at
Kum & Go in Casey
5:07 pm Warrant service by
GC Deputies and GC Sheriff
in Bagley - 3 prisoners were
transported to the Guthrie Co
Jail
2:45 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on White Pole Road
west of Casey
3:15 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on the east edge of
Casey
11:43 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on N 6th Street,
Guthrie Center
3:38 pm Panora Ambulance
responded to a medical call at
Panora Nursing & Rehab.
1:48 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police on Main Street by the
dentist office
2:46 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police on E Clay / NE 3rd
8:16 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on Hwy 44 west of
Panora
8:42 pm Stuart Police
investigated a report of theft on
NW 2nd Street
PLU 9203
1:38 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on Panorama Road/
Hwy 44
12:18 pm Panora Ambulance
responded to medical call at
Lake Panorama. 6:23 am Panora Ambulance
responded to medical call on
North Street in Yale.
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1:35 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police in the Casey’s parking lot
9:32 am Panora Ambulance
responded to a medical call at
the New Homestead.
8:01 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police on Hwy 44 by the high
school
PLU 9244
11:33 am Harassment complaint
in Bagley, Guthrie County
Deputy investigated
10:58 pm Panora Ambulance
responded to a lift assistance call
on NE 2nd Street in Panora
5:21 pm Civil papers served at
Lake Panorama by Guthrie Co
Deputy
11:29 am Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on Rose / Hwy 141
1:06 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on Hwy 25
7:35 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police on Hwy 44 by the high
school
1:40 pm Guthrie Co Deputy
released a prisoner from the
Guthrie Co Jail
transported a prisoner to the
Guthrie Co Jail
11:20 am Traffic stop by Panora
Police on SE 4th / South Street
11:15 am Guthrie Co Deputy
released a prisoner from the
Guthrie Co Jail
05:47 am Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy 5th Street / State in
Guthrie Center
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Good
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9:49 am Stuart Police responded
to a fender bender accident in
the Dollar General parking lot
9:08 am Panora Ambulance Unit
2 responded to a medical call on
Panorama Drive.
5:30 pm GC Deputy booked
prisoners in to the Guthrie Co Jail
10:33 am Guthrie Co Deputy
performed a welfare check on
Nice Ave
10:18 am Stuart Police
investigated harassment of
subject in Stuart.
11:02 am Guthrie Co Deputy,
YJB Fire and 1st Responders
responded to a single vehicle
accident on Hwy 141 east of
Victory Ave.
Logan, Casey
9:00 am Panora Ambulance
responded to a medical call on
Oak Street in Guthrie Center.
2:00 pm GC Deputy responded
to a fender bender accident on
Brown Street in Guthrie Center
3:21 am Guthrie Co Deputy
investigated suspicious vehicle in
Bagley Park- told subjects to go
home
10:00 am Stuart Ambulance
responded to medical call at
Stuart Assisted Living. 10:29 am Stuart Police
responded to a stray dog call on
W Front Street
11:15 am Guthrie Co Sheriff
spoke with subject in regards to
more patrolling done in Yale for
an upcoming auction.
7:53 pm Case follow by Stuart
Police at S Summit Apartments
3:00 am Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on Hwy 141/Maple
9:07 am Panora Ambulance,
Bayard First Responders and
Guthrie Co Sheriff responded to
medical call on 2nd Avenue in
Bayard. 9:53 am Stuart Police
investigated a report of fire arms
for sales on a Buy, Sell, Trade site.
12:38 pm GC Deputy booked a
prisoner in to the Guthrie Co Jail
7/14/15
2:38 pm Traffic stop by Guthrie
Co Deputy on Hwy 141 / Oak
11:12 pm Traffic stop by Panora
Police on W Main /1st Street
7:38 pm Case follow by Stuart
Police on S Division
10:54 pm Guthrie Co Deputy
reported a car vs. deer accident
on Wagon Road/252nd
1:45 am Panora Ambulance
responded to medical call at
Lakeside Village. 9:51 am Stuart Police
investigated a report of breaking
and entering
7:15 pm Stuart Police responded
to a report of a broken car
window
9:29 pm Traffic stop by
Stuart Police on S Division by
Hometown Foods
1:05 am Agency assist by
Guthrie Co Deputies
8:01 am Stuart Police returned
call for questions in regards to
apartments in Stuart.
12:03 pm Stuart Police and GC
Deputy responded to a report of
a vehicle in the ditch on White
Pole Road/Hwy 25. The driver
was intoxicated and transported
to the Guthrie Co Jail
8:44 pm Security check by Stuart
Police at the Century Link office
7-16-15
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Steven Gaylord Schlichte,
Manning
Steven David Grubb, Bayard
(20 MPH OVER)
Kari Lynn Easter, Panora
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4-H
LOCALFOCUS
MAIN
STREET
UPDATE
Guthrie County
Tourism Workshop
Amy Zeigler from the Iowa
Tourism Office will be conducting
an informational session on the
free digital marketing opportunities geared towards tourismrelated businesses and organizations including restaurants, retail
and lodging. This presentation
will be held on Monday, August
3rd at 6pm at the Panora Telco
office, 114 East Main in Panora.
This session will be followed by a
Guthrie County Tourism Council
meeting. If you are interested in
learning more about marketing
through www.traveliowa.com,
this will be a great opportunity!
RSVP’s requested by calling or
emailing Lynsi Pasutti at Midwest
Partnership, 515-523-1262; [email protected]
Guthrie Center Partners
Group to Meet
On Tuesday, July 28 Main
Street Guthrie Center, Guthrie Center Economic Development, Guthrie Center Chamber
of Commerce, City of Guthrie
Center and Guthrie Center Revitalization will hold their quarterly meeting from 3pm to 5pm
at the Library. The main topic
of discussion will be the results
of the Downtown Market Study
which was recently completed
by Main Street Guthrie Center.
Compiled by the Guthrie Center Times staff
SPECIAL TO THE GUTHRIE CENTER TIMES
Members of the U.S. Sunbeams 4-H club with their woodworking trophy shelves
project are (front row, from left) Rylee Sloss, Kendra Campbell, Laci Rishel, Breanna
Kesler, Bailey Christofferson, Kiersten Knobbe, (back row) MacKenzie Campbell,
Taylor Rishel, Brooklyn Behrends, Madeline Knapp, Hope Arganbright, and Lydia
Knapp.
U.S. Sunbeams meet
The U.S. Sunbeams held
their June meeting on the afternoon of the 14th at the Arganbright home. Prior to the
meeting, the club members
were helped by some of the
dad’s of the group in a woodworking project. Each member made their own trophy
shelf. Following the woodworking workshop, the meeting was started by President
Madeline Knapp. Kiersten
Knobbe led the Pledge of Allegiance and Laci Rishel led
the 4H Pledge.
Lydia Knapp gave the Secretary’s report and Rylee Sloss
gave the Treasurer’s report.
The group wished Hope Arganbright a Happy Birthday.
Old business discussed was
the upcoming participation of
our club with the luminaries
at Relay for Life on June 27.
New business discussed was
upcoming STATIC judging
on July 13 and the Clothing
Event Day/Share the Fun on
July 15, and the new requirement this year of registering
all projects online by July 10.
Fair clean-up day was discussed, along with ideas for
the fair theme “Race on In”
for our exhibit booth in the
4H building.
We also discussed our July
meeting, where we will have
our annual camping outing
on the weekend of the 18th
and 19th at Springbrook. The
club voted to participate in
gun safety and shooting and
archery for our meeting workshop through the Education
Center.
To close out the meeting,
more details for the club’s
Share the Fun skit were discussed. Following the meeting, the club members and
parent’s present joined in a
potluck supper.
4-H
Mary J.
Barnett
LIBRARY
NEWS
Congratulations Joe Kopaska for “Score 24” at cribbage on
Monday morning.
The next card making class
will be on the third Monday of
August from 9-11. There is a five
dollar fee for materials.
The “Christmas in July” sale
of holiday items and books will
end on July 31st. A donation is all
that is requested for your chosen items.
SPECIAL TO THE GUTHRIE CENTER TIMES
Paintball warriors (front row, from left) Anna Lauritsen, James Hodges, Kael Rutledge,
Emma Rutledge, Riley Gibson, Reagan Gibson, Karwyn Gibson, (back row) Sam
Vannatta, John Rutledge, Matt Vannatta, Bruce Lauritsen, Jonathon Lauritsen, Barb
Gigar, Tricia Rutledge
Wildcats shoot it out
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The Wichita Wildcats and
family members shot it up at
Seven Oaks Recreation near
Boone on Sunday, July 19. We
got to see physics in action as
some 7,500 paintballs were propelled through the air during
our two-hour battle.
Afterward, we held our
monthly meeting at the nearby
campground. Lauritsens provided snacks. The group discussed county fair including
online entry for animals (due
August 1), club responsibilities before and during fair, and
member signs for livestock.
Members wanting to do pre-
Southern Gospel Sing
The 18th Annual Guthrie
County Southern Gospel Sing
will be held Friday, July 31, 3-8:30
p.m. and Saturday, Aug 1, 10 a.m.8:30 p.m. at the Guthrie County
Fairgrounds in Guthrie Center
at the New Community Building. Over 20 singing groups will
provide continuous music the
two days. Guthrie Center Lions
Club will provide concessions
in the building. Camping Sites
available. For more information
call Dean Porter at 641.332.2550
of visit www.gcgospelsing.com.
P.E.O. Chapter Luncheon
and Style Show
The Annual P.E.O Chapter
Luncheon and Style Show will
be held Tuesday, August 11, at
12:00 noon at the Lake Panorama
National Resort and Conference
Center in Panora. Fashions will
be presented by Funky Zebra of
Urbandale and Ankeny. Tickets
are $20 for lunch and show. All
proceeds are used for scholarships for women. For tickets
call Linda Dahl 641.755.2197.
Royal neighbors hold
quarterly meeting
The quarterly meeting for The
Royal Neighbors of America
met at 10 a.m. July 11 at Karen
Sparks’ home. Six members answered roll call. Martha Buttler,
protem, presented the minutes
and Treas. report. Ten items for
Old Business and 13 items for
New Business were discussed.
Reports of projects completed
and projects coming up were
mentioned with sign up sheets
for volunteers. Coming up, RNA
will help the Lion’s Club at the
Gospel Sing food stand, helping
serve the Summer Food Program
at the Elementary School, assisting the Guthrie Activity Center
at the Guthrie County Fair food
stand, making cookies for the
Blood Bank on Aug. 13, chairing the Senior dinner Aug 7 at
the Activity Center, delivering
Meals on Wheels and donating to the New Opportunities
Food Pantry.
The meeting adjourned at
11:45.
SEELEY CREEK CLUB PICNIC
Seeley Creek Club held their
annual July picnic on July 12 at
6:30 in the Farm Bureau Hall.
The invited guests were Bob
Millhollin, Wayne Buttler and
Trish Buttler. The following club
members attended: Marjorie &
Kenny Calvert, Shirley & Roger
Chalfant, Donna & John Fickes,
Barb Garloch, Betty Jessen, Ina &
Larry Kness, Dorothy & Clifford
Leib, Shirley & Ron Mortensen
and Lela Schwartz. After the potluck meal, the group enjoyed
visiting with all attending.
GUTHRIE CENTER NEWS
Lynn and Dianna Sparks of
Guthrie Center went to Osceola
Amtrak station to meet her sister
Leota Feketa of Utica, New York,
Thursdsay night July 2 and stayed
at the home of Sparks two weeks.
Lynn and Dianna Sparks took
Leota Feketa to Osceola Amtrak
Station Saturday morning July
18. She left for New York.
Sandy Riesberg of Des Moines,
Lynn and Dianna Sparks of
Guthrie Center, Leota Feketa of
New York, Sr. Suzanne Soppe of
California, and Cindy Soppe of
Washington went to Carroll and
visited Rose Riesberg at Carroll
Health Center, and they all went
to Family Table for a luncheon
Sunday noon, July 12.
Lynn and Dianna Sparks of
Guthrie Center, Leota Feketa
of New York, Jeff Sparks of Bayard, Jerry Sparks of Bayard and
his daughter Brianne Sparks of
Iowa Falls attended Soppe Family Reunion at Holy Family Hall
in Lidderdale Saturday, July 11.
Guests included Katie Buelt,
Randy Buelt and Don Buelt, all
of Pittsville, Wisconsin, Ken Buelt
of Wausau, Wisconsin, Joe and
Mary Buelt of New Berlin, Wisconsin, Lyle and Ann Heisler of
Marshfield, Wisconsin, Gerald
and Doris Lesmeister of Arpin,
Wisconsin, Sr. Suzanne Soppe
of Ventura, California, Cindy
Soppe of Seattle, Washington,
Jeanette and Vince Conde of Arroyo Grande, California, Mary
Jo and Gary Swanson of Loveland, Colorado, Roger and Connie Soppe of Tennessee, Karen
Shields of Sioux Falls, South
Dakota, Allen Schrad of Atwood, Illinois, Margaret Parris
of Bremerton, Washington, John
and Liana Weinfurter of Arpin,
Wisconsin, Mary Schrad and her
friend Elizabeth B. of Florida,
Marlene Donovan family of Colorado, Keith and Joyce Soppe of
Arpin, Wisconsin, Connie and
Merlin Bueltel of Ottumwa, Judy
and Richard Roenfeldt of Blue
Grass, Leon and Pam Schrad
of Melbourne, Mike and Judy
Soppe of Davenport, Wayne and
Sharon Bueltel of Lacona, Paul
Schrad and Craig Schrad family
of Arcadia.
Other relatives were unable to
come from Iowa, Hawaii, California, Kentucky, Florida, Idaho,
Arizona, Minnesota, Ohio, Illinois and Wyoming.
sentations will meet at the
Extension Office on Sunday,
August 2 at 5:00 p.m. We will
enjoy a family outing to Adventureland on August 5, and the
final meeting for the 4-H year
will be a trip to Deal’s orchard
to explore the corn maze on
September 19.
Rumelhart earns Central College scholarship
Lane Rumelhart of Guthrie
Center received a Presidential Scholarship from Central College due to a high
commitment to academic
achievement. Rumelhart
will be a first-year student
this fall at Central College
in Pella, Iowa.
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The pageant was sprinkled
with sweet and memorable
moments.
Christina Lampe, of Carroll,
carried a tackle box, fishing pole
and fish during the casual portion of the pageant. Pleased and
overwhelmed by the audience’s
laughter, she buried her head in
her escort’s arm and laughed
before strutting across the stage,
the fish swaying at the end of
the pole. Lampe was later voted
“Miss Congeniality” — a distinction reached by organizers asking the contestants who would
make the best friend.
Abby Heinrichs, also of Carroll, amused the audience by
calling out each time she was
on stage — first in a firefighter’s
outfit and then in a long blue
dress. By the end of the event, she
repeated several times, “Thanks,
Grandma!” When she received
the “People’s Choice” award,
emcee Colton Thompson concurred: “Thanks, Grandma!”
Candace Acuff, of Ames, was
a crowd favorite, with her “diva”
struts and poses. She takes
dance classes, loves Maroon
5 and Taylor Swift (especially
the song “Shake It Off,” the title
of which she said was her biggest dream).
Several girls twirled and
danced with their tuxedoed
escorts.
At one point, Link took to the
stage with one of the escorts to
sing Meghan Trainor’s “Dear
Future Husband.” Before she
could get through it, though,
a young boy, Tucker Swanson,
raced up to the stage, knelt before her, pulled out a rose and
a ring, and proposed. Link accepted.
Link stopped one performance
to allow 12-year-old Sheyanne
Ackerson of Paton to steal the
mic and belt out the “Mickey
Mouse Club March.”
As Link later sang Taylor
Swift’s “Shake it off,” the four
tuxedo-clad escorts boogied
backstage.
Holly Smith, competing in the
pageant for the last time, went
through her day beaming, her
hair sporting colorful miniature
clips. She charmed the makeup
artists, giggling when a makeup brush tickled her cheek, and
later was crowned Miss Dreams
Came True — a fitting farewell
to being a contestant.
One star of the show, though,
wasn’t female. Alex Hoffman,
who lives in Clive, got to know
Daleney through their years of
visiting Timber Creek, a facility
that offers horse therapy, among
other services, in Guthrie Center. Hoffman, 18, loves baseball
and numbers and will be attending Simpson College this
fall to study actuarial science.
Both teens are friendly, outgoing and energetic.
“You can imagine, when these
two are in a room together,
there’s probably not much oxygen left to breathe,” Dave siad.
Hoffman attended the pageant to be a speaker, with the
hopes of telling the contestants
that they can do and be anything they want.
“He works harder than anybody I know,” said Alex’s mother,
Pam Hoffman. “I see how hard
he has to work. He’s inspiring
to me.”
But he received a surprise
when he was given the DMT
award, an award bearing Daleney’s initials that she gives each
year to someone she admires.
“You’re going to college all
by yourself, and that’s what I
want to do,” she said.
Outside the auditorium was a
painting of a dog Hoffman had
completed in eighth grade —
using his feet.
“If any of you put a Magic
Marker between your toes and
tried to create what he did, you
wouldn’t get close,” David said.
The Teske family will soon be
moving to Minnesota, but because of the support the Dreams
Made True pageant has received
in Carroll, they can’t imagine
moving the pageant away, they
said — so it’ll continue to take
place in Carroll. Dayna recalled
that some girls and parents describe the pageant as the “best
day of their lives.”
“It’s really rewarding to see
the girls’ growth and the confidence they’ve gotten,” Dayna
said. “Like the teens, when they
were little, not wanting to cross
the stage, now they’re crossing
with their heads held high, waving and smiling.”
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PAGEANT
A painting, displayed outside the Dreams Made True
pageant Saturday, features the work of Alex Hoffman, a Des
Moines teen with cerebral palsy, who drew the piece with his
feet. Hoffman was awarded the Dreams Made True award
during the event.
Angela Brooks of Guthrie Center models her formal wear
with escort Cauy Teske during the Dreams Made True
pageant July 18.
Dayna and David Teske, founders of the Dreams Made True
pageant, speak before the sixth annual pageant Saturday.
Daleney Teske, 14, the inspiration for the Dreams Made True
pageant, stands onstage during the pageant Saturday.
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Chris and Melissa Long of Guthrie Center bought, refurbished and re-named Incredibowl,
which opened July 13.
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Eventually the bowling alley
will be open for lunch — and on
Sundays for leagues — but for
now, it’s open from 5 p.m. until
the bar closes Monday through
Friday, and from 11 a.m. until
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arthria — slurred speech — or
aphasia, which can involve difficulty coming up with the right
words.
“I’m never bored — there’s always something new, and I’m
always learning,” she said.
She stumbled on the Guthrie County Hospital when she
was looking for a hospital speech
therapy position.
“I thought, I might as well just
give it a shot, and I applied,” she
said. “When I came and inter-
close Saturday.
The business will open for
leagues on Sundays around
when the school year starts.
The Longs have four kids, all
of whom bowled growing up,
and two grandkids — the oldest, at 2, already enjoys pushing
a bowling ball down the lane.
It’s an important business to
have in a community of Guthrie Center’s size, the Longs said.
“We’re going to be here a long
time,” Melissa said.
Decades after he began bowling at the alley, Chris said he enjoys running it now. He joked that
purchasing it is his midlife crisis.
“I thought, ‘It’ll be an adventure,’” he said.
viewed, it was amazing — it reminded me of the small-town
feel, and the staff was wonderful.
I knew when I was interviewing
that it would be a good fit for
me, that I’d get along with the
people here and be able to use
my education to the fullest here.”
Holtkamp said Guthrie Center
reminds her of her hometown.
She grew up in West Point, Iowa,
in the southeast corner of the
state, and attended the University of Northern Iowa for both
her undergraduate degree in
communication sciences and
disorders and her master’s degree
in speech language pathology,
which she received this year. She
now lives in Paton.
Those interested in an appointment with Holtkamp can set one
up through the hospital’s physical
therapy department and need a
referral from their primary care
physician. The department is able
to work with potential patients
to arrange referrals if needed.
Holtkamp said she loves the
job so far.
“The hospital staff is so supportive; they are receptive to my
ideas and willing to give their input and advice,” she said. “And
the patients are awesome. People
have been welcoming.”
session focusing on wetland
plants with Dr. Tom Rosburg
(Drake University)
Explore the ancient landscape of the edge of the glacial lobe along which the Raccoon River flows with Mr. Joe
Artz (Geoarchaeology and GIS
Earthview Environmental)
Use microscopes to look at
the millions of soil fungi and
microbes that process carbon
and nitrogen and build soils
with Ms. Cassi Wattenburger
and Dr. Kirsten Hofmockel
(ISU, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology)
Sample steam invertebrates
of the Middle Raccoon River
with Dr. Christopher Filstrip
and colleagues (ISU, Ecology
and Evolutionary Biology)
Search for and identify bees
and other pollinators of the
prairie with Dr. Jenny Jandt
and Amy Geffre (ISU, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Entomology)
Learn about wasps and
their many roles in the environment with Dr. Jenny Jandt
(ISU, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Entomology)
Search and learn more
about butterflies in prairies
and other grasslands with
Stephanie Shepard (Iowa
DNR)
Use electrofishing equipment and seines to sample
the fish (minnows, darters,
suckers, catfish, sunfish, and
smallmouth bass) community
in the river with Dr. Kevin
Roe (ISU, Natural Resource
Ecology and Management)
Learn about the diverse
dragonf lies and damselflies and moths that can be
found at Whiterock with Mr.
Jim Durbin and Mr. Steve
Hummel
Identify reptiles and amphibians with Mr. Eric Gangloff and Dr. Anne Bronikowski
(ISU, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology )
Night-light for moths with
Mr. Jim Durbin (environmental consultant) and Mr. Steve
Hummel.
Growing Season
Webinar:
Pollinators &
Growing Herbs
The last of three summer
growing season webinars will
be Thursday, August 13, from
6 to 8 pm. “Pollinators and
Growing Herbs” will teach you
about attracting bees, birds,
and butterflies and focus on
growing, harvesting and preserving culinary herbs. Please
register by calling 641-747-2276.
Different Types of
Perennials
Perennials are beautiful
plants that live three or more
years. When selecting perennials, chose a perennial that
works best for you and your
location. You can chose pe-
Call to schedule your
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Matinee Sat-Sun 2pm
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“Pixels” (PG-13)
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Fri-Sat 7-9:30 Sun-Thurs 7pm
Matinee Sat-Sun 2pm
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Fri-Sat 7-9:30 Sun-Thurs 7pm
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rennials that grow well in wet
or dry soils and low maintenance perennials, depending
on your location. When purchasing perennials, keep in
mind it might require a certain
type of planting site to grow
successfully. For additional
questions, call the ISU Hortline at 515-294-3108 or email
[email protected]
Shopping for
Seasonal Fruits and
Vegetables
In the summer in Iowa, enjoy local farmers markets to
look for seasonal and locally
grown fruits and vegetables.
You are able to visit with the
growers about their produce
and get their recommendations for selecting and preparing the produce. Whether it’s
veggies from your own garden,
a farmers market, or your local grocery store, enjoy all the
flavors of summer!
SUMMER FRIDAYS:
June 26-Sept. 25
Celebrating summer with casual outdoor dining on the deck,
live music & lawn games from 5:30 to 8pm.
New rotating menu of garden salads, pulled pork sandwiches,
fried chicken, burgers, chops, Swiss steak & Graziano sausage pasta.
BYO beer or wine.
Friday lunches from 11 am–1pm (Closed July 3)
The Gathering Table
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Who: Everyone is welcome
including children who have a
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What: BioBlitz - a chance to
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When: Saturday, July 25, 8 am
- midnight
Where: Whiterock
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Dance Barn (1313 Fig Ave.,
Coon Rapids, IA 50058)
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To:
Ella McCarty I/C/O Bill McCarty
Trustee
Interested parties and heirs of Ella McCarty (Deceased)
Any and all person(s) in possession of the
parcel hereinafter described.
All of the heirs, spouses, assignees,
grantees, legatees, devisees, and successors
in interest both known and unknown, and all
unknown claimants claiming to have any recorded or unrecorded right, title, or interest in
and to the parcel hereinafter described.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on the
17th day of June, 2013, the following described parcel, situated in Guthrie County,
Iowa, to-wit:
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The North 40
feet of the NW1/4 of the SE1/4 of Section 23 and a tract of land described as
commencing at a point 40 feet North of
the SW1/4 of the W1/2 of the NE1/4 of
Section 23, thence South 40 feet, thence
East 40 feet, thence in a Northwesterly
direction to the point of beginning; all in
Township 79 North, Range 33 West of the
5th P.M., in Guthrie County, Iowa.
District 00005
Parcel No. 0000113400
Certificate No. 130002
was sold at tax sale by the Treasurer of
Guthrie County for the then delinquent and
unpaid taxes against the parcel, that a Certificate of Purchase was then duly issued by
the County Treasurer of Guthrie County, Iowa,
pursuant to said tax sale, which Certificate
is now lawfully held and owned by Dennis
Mleynek, and that the right of redemption will
expire and a deed to the said parcel will be
made unless redemption from said tax sale is
made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this Notice.
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Telephone Number: (641) 332-2216
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July 22, 2015
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Guthrie County
Board of Supervisors
Regular Session
July 7, 2014
The Guthrie County Board of Supervisors met in regular session with the following members present: Jerome Caraher,
Mike Dickson, Everett Grasty, Clifford Carney
and Tom Rutledge. The meeting began at
9:00AM.
Motion Grasty seconded Carney to approve the agenda. All ayes.
Minutes for 06/30/15 and 07/02/15
were reviewed and approved.
Mary Benton introduced her new assistant county attorney Edward Fishman to the
board and requested her budget be amended
to allow Fishman to work three days a week
instead of the two originally budgeted. The
board had no issue with the increase in
hours.
Motion Caraher seconded Grasty to approve the plan document and summary plan
description for the County’s health insurance.
All ayes.
Motion Carney seconded Grasty to approve a fireworks permit for Dan Irlbeck. All
ayes.
Motion Caraher seconded Dickson to adjourn at 9:46AM. All ayes.
Tom Rutledge
Chair – Guthrie County
Board of Supervisors
Attest: Jerri Christman
Guthrie County Auditor
Published in the Guthrie Center Times
July 22, 2015
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Guthrie Co. Payables
07/14/2015
Ability Network - Medicare Clms.................. 226.00
Access Systems - Mnt Agmt........................ 117.39
ACGS - Computer.................................... 1,257.00
Agriland FS - Fuel.................................. 18,556.81
Ahlers & Cooney - Consult........................ 1,055.06
Alex-Teck - Eq Insp..................................... 939.35
Alliant Energy - Util..................................... 606.34
Anthony Wagers - Boot Allw........................ 100.00
Audubon Co. Fair Assn - Dues....................... 85.00
Bauer Built Tire Center - Tires................... 1,321.72
Best Buy - Computers.............................. 3,159.96
Bohlmann & Sons Sanitation - Garbage........ 120.00
Briggs Healthcare - Publ.............................. 121.34
Briggs, Shawn - Cleaning............................ 240.00
Calhoun-Burns & Assc - Eng Srv............... 3,408.00
Card Services - Suppl.................................... 45.20
Carroll Co Solid Waste - Recyc.................... 631.81
Carroll Co Solid Waste Management - Recyc...........
21,645.48
Central Ia Hospital Corp - Hrg Test............... 559.30
Cerka, Don - Mops Washed........................... 75.00
City Of Casey - Util........................................ 35.00
City Of Council Bluffs - Hazmat Cont......... 2,738.50
City Of Panora - Util...................................... 85.12
Cunningham Reis Co - Brdg................... 73,393.93
De Lage Landen - Banner Lease.................. 173.44
Dollar General - Suppl................................... 21.00
Don’s Radiator Service - Eq Rpr..................... 55.00
Doug’s Plumbing & Heating - Home Bldg Mnt.295.86
Eldon Ernst - Well Plug................................ 327.16
Electronic Engineering - Pager....................... 15.95
Endura, Llc - Chair................................... 1,351.00
Environmental Systems Research Inst - Dues.700.00
Excel Mechanical - Boiler Insp..................... 650.00
Fastenal Co - Ladder................................... 279.99
Fritz Langguth Family Trust - Well Plug........ 400.00
Genesis Development - Crisis Line............... 100.00
Greene Co Auditor - CPC Exp.................. 11,641.01
Guthrie Automotive - Parts....................... 1,078.28
Guthrie Center Appliance - Suppl..................... 8.99
Guthrie Center Communications - Phone... 1,845.79
Guthrie Center Municipal Utilities - Util...... 1,172.32
Guthrie Co Hospital - Phys Ther................ 1,751.00
Guthrie Co Ia - Clnc Rent............................. 262.80
Guthrie Co Secondary Roads - Fuel........... 1,095.59
Guthrie Co Vedette - Publ............................ 119.87
Guthrie Family Medicine Center - Med Exmr.300.00
Guthrie Welding & Repair - Parts................. 803.52
Haver Lumber - Cement................................ 43.42
Heartland Coop - Fuel.............................. 1,202.05
Hometown Foods - Mtg Exp........................... 28.31
Hopkins Medical - Med Suppl...................... 131.70
Ia Prison Industries - Signs....................... 3,630.10
Ia State Assn Of Counties - Dues.............. 5,500.00
Ia Water Well Assn - Reg Fees....................... 75.00
ICEOO - Reg Fees....................................... 200.00
Image Tek - Scanning................................. 575.48
IMWCA - Wrkrs Comp.............................. 5,697.00
Jamaica Senior Citizens Apts - Rent............. 200.00
Jerry Cook - Boot Allw................................. 100.00
Johnstone Supply - Bldg Mnt......................... 20.01
Kimball Midwest - Paint............................... 388.63
Koster Grain - Hauling............................ 10,741.50
M & L Service - Veh Mnt............................. 380.73
Macke Ford - Parts..................................... 613.03
Mallard View - RCF.................................. 1,263.90
Mark Blomquist - Well Plug......................... 300.00
Mary Benton - Lodging................................ 722.41
Matheson Tri-Gas - Shop Suppl................... 171.19
Michael Kirkham - Eng Srv....................... 7,179.20
Mid American Energy - Util............................ 47.75
Midwest Wheel - Suppl............................... 283.48
Nikki L Carrick - Meals.................................. 69.08
O’Halloran Int’l - Parts................................. 291.65
Ohrt, David - Therapy.................................. 123.00
Panora Auto Parts - Parts............................ 900.19
Peggy Dentlinger - Hopes Suppl................... 280.78
Peggy Nissly Csr - Deposition...................... 154.50
Pictometry International Corp - Dues....... 25,411.00
Quill Corp - Suppl....................................... 139.57
Raccoon Valley Radio - Radio Ad................. 481.92
Region Xii Council Of Governments - Dues.............. ............................................................ 10,980.50
Rex H. Wiant, Arbitrator - Arbitrator........... 1,313.40
Rueters Red Power - Parts.......................... 123.10
Schildberg Construction - Rock............... 89,502.37
Scott Brand - Wtr Shed Insp.......................... 74.96
See, Marie Ann - Therpy............................... 52.56
Sloss Lawn Care - Mowing....................... 1,560.00
Smith Tire - Veh Mnt..................................... 20.24
Star Energy - Fuel.................................... 1,000.06
State Of Ia Treasurer - Care/Keep............. 5,641.67
Stone Office Products - Suppl...................... 162.03
The News Gazette - Publ............................. 477.58
The Retrofit Co - Recyc............................ 1,157.50
The Schneider Corp - Dues.................... 10,786.00
The Washing Machine - Veh Mnt................... 10.00
Thinkspace IT - Tech Supp....................... 3,954.76
Times - Publ............................................... 476.28
Tuel Trucking - Salt.................................. 1,753.50
Unity Point Clinic - Drug Test....................... 185.00
US Post Office - Postage................................. 5.00
US Post Office - Postage............................. 398.00
Van Meter Inc - Bulbs.................................... 78.92
Van Wall Equipment - Ranger................... 3,975.52
Venteicher Electric - Elec Suppl..................... 35.02
Verizon Wireless - Cell.................................. 20.00
Virginia Grove - Well Plug......................... 1,000.00
Visa - Fuel............................................... 6,864.82
Xenia Rural Water - Util............................... 110.80
Youth & Shelter Services - Shltr Care........ 2,799.00
Youth Emergency Services & Shelter - Cina.. 793.05
Zee Medical - 1st Aid.................................. 667.95
Ziegler Inc - Parts.................................... 1,099.96
................................................................. 306.24
BP CANADA - MAY GAS........................ 26,241.38
CENTRAL IA. DIST. INC. - WIPES/TOWELS... 115.30
G CO REC - 5/1-6/1................................... 166.76
G CTR COMMUNICATIONS - JULY PHONE... 272.19
G CTR TIMES - MINUTES/ADS...................... 80.40
G CTR, CITY OF - 3/5 FACADE CONTR... 10,032.00
GAS PRODUCTS SALES INC - GAS VALVES. 286.60
GCMU - INTERFUND LOAN PAYMENT..... 26,004.70
GUTHRIE AUTOMOTIVE - WRENCH/FILTER/FITTINGS
................................................................... 62.54
GUTHRIE WELDING - MOWER BRACKET....... 30.00
HAVER LUMBER COMPANY - CAMERON FLATS
SIGNS....................................................... 203.55
I A M U - GAS LINE INSTALLATION........... 3,579.48
I M W C A - WC #1 15-16.......................... 414.96
IA DNR - 7/15-6/16 SUPPLY PERMIT.......... 183.49
IA LEAGUE OF CITIES - 15-16 DUES........... 931.00
IA ONE CALL - JUNE CALLS......................... 31.80
IA RURAL WATER ASSOC. - TRAINING-ERICK/GREG. ................................................................. 260.00
IA UTILITIES BOARD - 2016 ASSESSMENT.1,201.00
JACOBSEN’S INC. - GAS FITTINGS................ 80.47
JENSEN SANITATION LLC - JUL-SEP GARBAGE....... ................................................................. 195.00
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL - STAR DECK/KNIFE/SOCKET............................................................. 140.32
K H BUTTLER - NORTH ST LEAK................. 572.56
KAREAN’S FLOWERS - KEYS WATER PLANT... 7.80
MELLEN & ASSOCIATES, INC - 2 SOLENOID VALVES
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METERING & TECHNOLOGY - 118 METERS............ .............................................................. 2,055.24
MICHAEL TODD & COMPANY - DIAMOND BLADE.... ................................................................... 62.98
BRITTNEY URE - DEPOSIT REFUND............... 46.84
DR STEVE BASCOM - DEPOSIT REFUND........ 36.47
SKYLER KNAPP - DEPOSIT REFUND............ 173.91
JORDAN LECKBAND - DEPOSIT REFUND....... 11.86
CHRISTINA DAGGETT - DEPOSIT REFUND... 282.54
MARK DAWSON - DEPOSIT REFUND........... 534.51
RON DRAMAN - DEPOSIT REFUND.............. 200.38
BRIAN KRAKAU - DEPOSIT REFUND............ 315.57
FAUSTIO HERRERA - DEPOSIT REFUND....... 390.68
LUPI STRAW - DEPOSIT REFUND................ 281.24
JULE ROCKWAY - DEPOSIT REFUND............. 35.20
MOSS BROTHERS - DEPOSIT REFUND..... 9,221.98
ISU - GIS TRAINING................................. 1,275.00
NORTHERN MUNICIPAL - L & R ASSESS/MEMBERSHIP....................................................... 1,463.63
OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY - DOOR - ROLLER...... ................................................................. 132.50
PEOPLE’S TRUST/SAVINGS - HSA CONTRIBUTIONS. .............................................................. 1,003.45
PETTY CASH - POSTAGE................................ 4.03
QUILL - PAPER.......................................... 104.69
SECRETARY OF STATE - BENTON - NOTARY. 30.00
STAR ENERGY - JUNE FUEL........................ 654.80
TREASURER - STATE OF IO - SALES TAX. 2,044.00
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE - STAMPS............... 263.47
VAN-WALL GROUP - MOWER PARTS.......... 564.99
VISA - ENVELOPES/TRAINING..................... 693.88
TOTAL.................................................. 97,281.44
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WATER FUND.............................. 67,173.26 . .. 38,306.09
WATER DEPRECIATION FUND....... - ......................... 8.73
WATER METER DEPOSIT FUND..... 16.03 . .................. 0.41
WTR CUSTOMER SERVICE FEE..... 422.46 . ............ 800.00
WATER IMPROVEMENT FUND....... - ............................... GAS UTILITY FUND....................... 41,900.36 . .. 45,119.38
GAS DEPRECIATION FUND............ - .................. 5,029.98
GAS METER DEPOSIT FUND......... 51.33 . .................. 3.81
CAMERON FLATS........................ 139.21 . ...................... GAS CUSTOMER SERVICE FEE . ... - ..................... 818.13
TOTAL........................................ 109,702.65 . 90,086.53
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July 22, 2015
Published in the Guthrie Center Times
July 22, 2015
CUTHRIE CENTER Municipal
Utility Board of Trustees
JuLY 15, 2015
CUTHRIE CENTER CITY COUNCIL
JuLY 13, 2015
The Guthrie Center Municipal Utility Board
of Trustees met Wed July 15, 2015 at 5 p.m.
with Chairman Scott Gonzales presiding.
Members Elden Wolfe and Dan Nickell were
present.
Motion by Wolfe second by Nickell to approve 6/12/15 minutes, Utility warrants, check
register, treasurer’s report, 6/22/15 phone
vote on a mower, and Resolution MU2015-08
Destruction of certain records were approved.
Vote: Ayes – All. Motion carried.
Motion by Wolfe, second by Nickell to offer
the part time office help position at $9/hour
with a review in six months. Vote: Ayes – All.
Motion carried.
Bills Approved:
Published in the Guthrie Center Times July 22, 2015
ALLIANT ENERGY - 5/21-6/19................ 2,635.36
AMERICAN PUBLIC GAS - 2015 PHONE SURVEY..... The Guthrie Center City Council met July
13 at 7:30 pm with Mayor Dennis Kunkle
presiding. Council members Craig Heckman,
Roger Underwood, Carolyn Masters, Dennis
Patrick and Randy Nickel were present.
Motion by Patrick, second by Underwood
to approve consent agenda including minutes
from 6/22/15 with the correction that Patrick made the motion to approve the consent
agenda and Nickel made the second, claims
presented, check register, Treasurer’s Report,
Resolution 2015-14 Allowing for destruction of
personnel records after 5 years following termination of employment, New Liquor License:
Guthrie’s River Ruckus, Resolution 2015-15
– Transfer of funds from LOST to Fire Truck
Replacement Fund, library board reappointment – Marcia Priestley, resolution 2015-13
FY 14/15 City Street Financial Report, and
Park & Recreation Board minutes from July 1,
2015. Vote: Ayes: All. Motion carried.
The position of compliance officer was
discussed and an ad will be put in the paper.
Meeting adjourned at 9:50 p.m.
Bills Approved:
AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL - 6/30 CO2........... 24.95
ALL IOWA POOL - SENSOR........................ 699.99
ALLIANT ENERGY - ELECTICITY............... 5,684.31
AMERICAN FUNDS - DEFERRED COMP ... 2,700.00
ATLANTIC COCA COLA - 7 CS................... 119.70
AUDITOR OF STATE - FY 14/15 AUDIT FEE.. 250.00
BRUNER & BRUNER - LEGAL SERVICES....... 198.00
BUTTLER AGRONOMY - GLYPHOSATE PLUS.244.75
CAPITAL ONE - 21 BOOKS......................... 268.73
CHARLOTTE HOLLE - COMPUTER WORK.... 120.00
CITY OF PANORA - EMS - JULY.................. 312.50
COLTON HEMER - CLOCK.......................... 426.92
COPY SYSTEMS - COPIER MAINTENANCE..... 47.71
DANKO EMERGENCY - 4 X 4 NOZZLE........ 435.00
DEMCO - SUPPLIES..................................... 76.18
DOWD DRUG STORE - RECEIPT BOOK............ 4.19
FEDERATED FUNDS, THE - DEFERRED COMP.......... ................................................................. 100.00
G CO EMA - 1st qtr 15-16....................... 1,117.92
G CO SOLID WASTE - APR-JUN 2015..... 7,060.50
G CTR APPLIANCE - FLY RIBBON.................... 5.97
G CTR COMMUNICATIONS - JULY PHONE... 245.44
G CTR HIGH SCHOOL - 14-15 LITTLE LEAGUE......... .............................................................. 1,300.00
G CTR TIMES - ADS/PUBLICATIONS............ 170.38
G CTR, CITY OF - LIFESAVING CLASS..... 20,310.00
GCMU - 6/30 BILLING............................. 2,063.23
GUTHRIE AUTOMOTIVE - BATTERY/ALTERNATOR.... ................................................................. 366.75
GUTHRIE CO. AUDITOR - 1ST QTR 28E 15/16......... ............................................................ 49,261.34
GUTHRIE CO. REGIONAL - 5/15-6/15 TAXES.205.09
GUTHRIE CO. TRANSFER - DEBRIS.............. 450.00
HANSEN, ED/NICOLE - CLEANING............... 123.75
HAVER LUMBER - NUTS/SCREWS................ 10.27
HAWKINS WTR TREATMT - CHLORINE CYLINDER.... ................................................................... 20.00
HERRON BODY & REPAIR - 4 X 4 REPAIR...... 45.85
HOMETOWN FOODS - GARBAGE BAGS/STRAWS..... ................................................................... 19.14
I M W C A - WC #1 15-16....................... 1,529.04
I P E R S - IPERS REGULAR...................... 5,919.81
IA DEPT. OF NATURAL - NPDES.................... 85.00
IA INSURANCE DIVISIO - FY 15 CEMETERY REPORT. ................................................................... 25.00
IA LIBRARY SVCS - E-BOOK SUBSCRIPTION.. 65.00
IDALS - DOG POUND LICENSE...................... 75.00
IRS - EMPLOYEE FED W/H..................... 12,187.17
JENSEN SANITATION LL - 6/30 BILLING... 6,642.66
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL - SUPPLIES............ 75.50
K H BUTTLER CONSTRUC - ROCK - CEMETERY....... .............................................................. 1,159.52
KAREAN’S FLOWERS - FLOWERS FOR OFFICE........ ................................................................... 55.70
LAURA IMERMAN - CLOCK............................. 9.88
M & M SALES COMPANY - 5/15-6/14 SHOP. 61.45
MET - JUNE WW GRAB.............................. 109.00
MICHAEL TODD & CO - DIAMOND BLADE..... 62.99
MICRO MARKETING - 2 DVD/2 CD................ 64.24
OVERDRIVE - E BOOK FILE......................... 376.21
S & H AUTO - STARTER.............................. 275.00
G COUNTY FAIRBOARD - GRANT PASSTHROUGH.... .............................................................. 5,000.00
KAUTZKY TREE CARE - TREE REMOVAL...... 350.00
TANYA CRAWLEY - LESSON REFUND............ 35.00
NEESE INC - 2 MOWERS....................... 16,251.16
OVERHEAD DOOR CO - DOOR - ROLLER..... 132.50
PANORA AUTO PARTS - TRIMMER.............. 436.81
PEOPLE’S TRUST/SAVINGS.... HSA CONTRIBUTIONS
.............................................................. 3,109.69
PEPSI-COLA - RESALE................................. 58.37
PETTY CASH - ASBESTOS SAMPLES POSTAGE....... ................................................................. 174.86
PUMPKIN BOOKS - 10 VOLUMES KIDS BOOKS........ ................................................................. 165.90
QUILL - SUPPLIES...................................... 118.34
RECORDED BOOKS - 4 AUDIO BOOKS........ 104.47
STAR ENERGY - JUNE FUEL..................... 2,040.88
STATE HYGIENIC LABOR - COLIFORM TESTS-POOL. ................................................................... 25.00
TOYNE - CHASSIS ON FIRE TRUCK......... 82,742.00
TRANS-IOWA EQUIPMENT - WARTHOG.... 2,994.39
TREASURER - STATE OF - SALES TAX..... 2,018.00
UNPLUGGED WIRELESS - PAGER BATTERIES.......... ................................................................. 264.00
WELLMARK B-X B-SHIELD - INSURANCE PREMIUMS
.............................................................. 5,774.42
TOTAL................................................ 245,062.52
DisbursementsReceipts
GENERAL FUND........................... 45,655.04 . ..... 4,429.37
ROAD USE TAX FUND................... 8,828.97 . ..... 17,604.37
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS FUND......... 10,901.82 . ..... 6,011.46
EMERGENCY FUND...................... - ...................... 749.94
LOST........................................... - ................ 10,286.79
LIBRARY EXPENDABLE TRUST...... 1,284.11 . .................... TIF - FSA BUILDING...................... - ................................ HOWEY ESTATE FUND................. 22,743.00 . .......... 62.10
FIRE TRUCK REPLACEMENT......... - ................ 27,642.84
STREET CAPITAL EQ.................... - ............................... FIRE/EMS SPECIAL REVENUE........ - ..................... 404.74
DEBT SERVICE FUND.................... 139,445.00 . ... 5,423.45
NSP............................................ - ............................... CAPITAL PROJECT....................... 1,438.01 . ....... 4,330.00
DEPOSIT FUND............................ - ......................... 0.35
PERPETUAL CARE........................ - ............................... SEWER UTILITY FUND.................. 12,974.60 . ... 19,045.58
WASTEWATER DEPRECIATION...... - ..................... 753.00
SOLID WASTE FUND.................... 5,847.66 . ..... 11,241.29
TOTAL........................................ 249,118.21 . 107,985.28
Published in the Guthrie Center Times
July 22, 2015
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Guthrie County Agricultural Extension District
Published Report - Operating
07/01/2014 to 6/30/2015
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT IN AND
FOR GUTHRIE COUNTY
LUIS F. GUZMAN AND MARCIA S. GUZMAN
Plaintiff
vs
LINDSTROM FINANCIAL GROUP, INC.
Defendant
Case# EQCV082460
ORIGINAL NOTICE
To LINDSTROM FINANCIAL GROUP, INC.
– Defendant:
ou are hereby notified that Plaintiff’s Petition in this case is now on file in the office of
the Clerk of the Court, stating in substance
that Plaintiff owns in fee simple the property
described here:
Lot 22, Promontory Point, an Official Plat,
now included in and forming a part of Lake
Panorama Subdivision, in Guthrie County,
Iowa, being a townhome development and
subject to the Horizontal Property Regime of
Clover Ridge, dated May 1, 1984 and filed
of record May 14, 1984, at Book 392, Page
1778, and having no interest in the common
elements of Clover Ridge and/or Promontory
Point.
Such ownership is claimed by reason of
facts fully stated in the Petition, which also
alleges that Defendant claims some interest therein, but their claim is without right
and constitutes a cloud on the title which it
is desired to remove. The Petition prays that
Plaintiff’s title to the premises be established
as an absolute title in fee simple, and quieted
and confirmed against the Defendant, whom
should be forever barred and estopped from
having or claiming any right, title, lien, or interest in said property; and for other equitable
relief, and for costs. For further particulars
see the Petition as on file.
The name and address of the attorney
for the Plaintiff(s) is Eric D. Reinhart, 207
N. 5th Street, P.O. Box 37, Guthrie Center,
IA 50115. The attorney’s phone number is
(641) 332-2216 and facsimile number is
(641) 332-2537. You must serve a motion or
answer on or before the 17th day of August,
2015, and within a reasonable time thereafter, file your motion or answer with the Clerk
of Court for Guthrie County, at the courthouse
in Guthrie Center, Iowa. If you do not, judgment by default may be rendered against you
for the relief demanded in the petition.
You are further notified that the above
case has been filed in a county that utilizes
electronic filing. Please see Iowa Court Rules
Chapter 16 for information on electronic filing
and Iowa Court Rules Chapter 16, division VI
regarding the protection of personal information in court filings.
If you require the assistance of auxiliary
aids or services to participate in court because of a disability, immediately call your
district ADA coordinator, information at www.
iowacourts.gov/RepresentingYourself_yourself/ADAAccess. (If you are hearing impaired,
call Relay Iowa TTY at 1-800-735-2942).
YOU ARE ADVISED TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE AT ONCE TO PROTECT YOUR LEGAL
INTERESTS
Date Issued: 6/15/2015
/s/ Joyce (Joy) Foster
Beginning Balance and Receipts:
Total Balance: July 1, 2014
Receipts:
Project No. : LFM-N54T(2)--7X-39
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed bids will be accepted by the County Auditor of GUTHRIE County at their office in Guthrie Center, Iowa, until 10:00 AM, on
Thursday, August 6, 2015 for the various items of construction work listed below.
A Certified check, made payable to the County, or a Cashier's check, made payable to either the County or to the contractor, drawn
upon a solvent bank or a bid bond, shall be filed with each proposal in an amount as set forth in the proposal form. Cashier's check,
made payable to the contractor, shall contain an unqualified endorsement to the County signed by the contractor or his authorized
agent. Failure to execute a contract and file an acceptable bond and Certificate of Insurance within 30 days of the date of the approval
for awarding of the contract, as herein provided, will be just and sufficient cause for the denial of the award and the forfeiture of the
proposal guaranty.
Plans, specifications and proposal forms for the work may be seen and may be secured at the County Auditor's Office at 200 N 5th
Guthrie Center
All proposals must be filed on the forms furnished by the County, sealed and plainly marked. Proposals containing any reservations not
provided for in the forms furnished may be rejected, and the County Board reserves the right to waive technicalities and to reject any or
all bids.
Attention of bidders is directed to the Special Provisions covering the qualifications of bidders and subletting or assigning of the
contract.
As a condition precedent to being furnished a proposal form, a prospective bidder must be on the current Iowa
Department of Transportation or local county list of qualified bidders; except that this requirement will not apply when bids
are received solely for materials, supplies, or equipment.
GUTHRIE County shall issue sales tax exemption certificates through the Iowa Department of Revenue and Finance to the successful
bidder and an subcontractors to enable them to purchase qualifying materials for the project free of sales tax.
Failure to submit a fully completed Bidder Status Form with the bid may result in the bid being deemed nonresponsive and rejected.
The County, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat. 252, 42 U.S.C. 2000d to 2000d-4 and Title 49, Code of
Federal Regulations, Department of Transportation, Subtitle A, Office of the Secretary, Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federally-assisted
programs of the Department of Transportation issued pursuant to such Act, hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that
in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids
in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in consideration for an
award.
Description of the Proposed Work : LFM-N54T(2)--7X-39
ITEM
CLEARING AND GRUBBING
EXCAVATION, CLASS 10, CHANNEL
GRANULAR SURFACING ON ROAD, CLASS A CRUSHED STONE
REMOVAL OF EXISTING STRUCTURES
FLOODED BACKFILL
COMPACTION WITH MOISTURE CONTROL (STRUCTURES)
EXCAVATION, CLASS 20
STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (RCB CULVERT)
REINFORCING STEEL
APRONS, CONCRETE, 24 IN. DIA.
APRONS, CONCRETE, 48 IN. DIA.
REMOVE AND REINSTALL CONCRETE PIPE APRONS LESS THAN OR EQUALTO 36 IN.
REMOVE AND REINSTALL CONCRETE PIPE APRONS GREATER THAN 36 IN.
CULVERT, CONCRETE ROADWAY PIPE, 24 IN. DIA.
CULVERT, CONCRETE ROADWAY PIPE, 30 IN. DIA.
REMOVE AND REINSTALL RIGID PIPE CULVERT LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 36 IN.
REMOVE AND REINSTALL RIGID PIPE CULVERT GREATER THAN 36 IN.
PILES, STEEL SHEET
CONCRETE GROUT FOR REVETMENT OR GABION
REVETMENT, CLASS D
REMOVAL OF PAVEMENT
SAFETY CLOSURE
TRAFFIC CONTROL
MOBILIZATION
MULCHING
SEEDING AND FERTILIZING (RURAL)
TURF REINFORCEMENT MAT, TYPE 1
SILT FENCE
PERIMETER AND SLOPE SEDIMENT CONTROL DEVICE, 12 IN. DIA.
UNIT
UNIT
CY
CY
LS
CY
CY
CY
CY
LB
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
LF
LF
LF
LF
SF
CY
TON
SY
EACH
LS
LS
ACRE
ACRE
SQ
LF
LF
QUANTITY
1
1010.0
56.0
1.00
46.0
519.0
873
126.3
17075
1
1
10
5
6
6
174
120
200
126.0
1790.0
134.0
2
1.000
1.000
5.2
5.2
37.0
2000.0
3500.0
Total Proposal Guaranty is $25,000.00; 0 Working Days; Completion Date: May-06-2016; $1,000.00/Day
Liquidated Damages.
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS OF THE IDOT, SERIES 2012, AND CURRENT SUPPLEMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS SHALL APPLY
Approved by the GUTHRIE County Board of Supervisors at their regular session on Jul-21-2015.
_____________________________________________________________
By: Jerri Christman Guthrie County Auditor
Published in the Guthrie Center Times July 22, 2015
Published in the Guthrie Center Times
July 8,15, 22, 2015
NOTICE TO REDEEM
FROM TAX SALE
To:
Timothy G. Wittrock
Sara Wittrock
Any and all person(s) in possession of the
parcel hereinafter described.
All of the heirs, spouses, assignees,
grantees, legatees, devisees, and successors
in interest both known and unknown, and all
unknown claimants claiming to have any recorded or unrecorded right, title, or interest in
and to the parcel hereinafter described.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on the
17th day of June, 2013, the following described parcel, situated in Guthrie County,
Iowa, to-wit:
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Lots 3 and 4 of Lot 6 of the SE1/4 of
Section 34, Township 78 North, Range 32
West of the 5th P.M., in Guthrie County,
Iowa.
District 00046
Parcel No. 0001111000
Certificate No. 130037
was sold at tax sale by the Treasurer of
Guthrie County for the then delinquent and
unpaid taxes against the parcel, that a Certificate of Purchase was then duly issued
by the County Treasurer of Guthrie County,
Iowa, pursuant to said tax sale, which Certificate is now lawfully held and owned by Darrin
Mleynek, and that the right of redemption will
expire and a deed to the said parcel will be
made unless redemption from said tax sale is
made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this Notice.
Darrin Mleynek
By: Eric D. Reinhart AT0006528
Bruner, Bruner & Reinhart, LLP
207 North 5th Street, P.O. Box 37
Guthrie Center, IA 50115
Telephone Number: (641) 332-2216
Fax Number: (641) 332-2537
Published in the Guthrie Center Times
July 22, 2015
THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT
GUTHRIE COUNTY
Probate No. ESPR014116
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF
APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE
TO CREDITORS
In the Matter of the Estate of
ROGER F. WHITMAN, Deceased.
You are hereby notified that on the 1st
day of June. 2015, the last will and testament
of Roger F. Whitman, deceased, bearing date
of the 28th day of November, 1986, was admitted to probate in the above named court
and that Steven R. Bascom 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 mailing of this notice
(unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is
thereafter forever barred.
Dated this 1st day of June, 2015.
To All Persons Interested in the Estate of
Roger F. Whitman, Deceased, who died on or
about the 15th day of May, 2015.
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Steven R. Bascom
2074 Highway 44
Guthrie Center, IA 50115
Eric D. Reinhart,
ICIS PIN No: AT0006528
Bruner, Bruner & Reinhart, LLP
207 N. 5th St., Box 37, Guthrie Center,
IA 50115
Attorney for Executor
Date of second publication
22 day of July, 2015
Published in the Guthrie Center Times
July 15, 22, 2015
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THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT
GUTHRIE COUNTY
Probate No. ESPR014120
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF
APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE
TO CREDITORS
In the Matter of the Estate of
BERNARD W. SHARON,
Deceased.
Bernard W. Sharon, deceased, who died on
or about the 19th day of June, 2015.
You are hereby notified that on the 9th
day of July, 2015, the last will and testament
of Bernard W. Sharon, deceased, bearing
date of the 23rd day of April, 2012, was admitted to probate in the above named court
and that Jeremiah Sharon 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 mailing of this notice
(unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is
thereafter forever barred.
Dated this 9th day of July, 2015.
Jeremiah Sharon
4102 High Street
West Des Moines, IA 50265
EXECUTOR
Eric D. Reinhart,
ICIS PIN No: AT0006528
Bruner, Bruner & Reinhart, LLP
207 N. 5th St., Box 37, Guthrie Center,
IA 50115
Attorney for Executor
Date of second publication
29 day of July, 2015
Published in the Guthrie Center Times
July 22, 2015
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Total Receipts:
Total Beginning Balance and Receipts:
Disbursements:
4Imprint
A&T Industries
ACCESS Systems
Adair County Extension
Adair County Free Press
Agriland
AkSarBen Stock Show
Ak-Sar-Ben's River City Rodeo & Stock Show
Alliant Energy
Al's Corner
Amanda Bireline
Amazon
American Income Life Insurance
American Legion
American Youth Foundation
America's SBDC
Amy Wilkerson
Ann McAlister
Ann Mensing
Audubon County ISU Extension
Audubon Food Pride
Bagley Locker & Processing
Bayard Lions Club
Ben Franklin
Best Western
Betsie Brown
Caleb Finnegan
Cari Higgins
Carroll County Extension
Casey's General Store
Cass County Extension
Cathy Hinderaker
Central Iowa Publishing, Inc.
Cheryl Pence
Cindi VanHorn
Cindy Lundy
City of Adair
Claire Wilkerson
Clark, Mollie A.
Clay County ISU Extension
Collette Huntley
Cool Basil
Copy Systems Inc.
Country View Estates
Courtney Brewer
Crawford County ISU Extension
Dallas County Extension
Dalton Allen
Danielle Huntley
Danielle Schwartz
Darrell's Place
Darrin Fisher
Deb Owen
Debbie Bates
Deluxe Business Checks & Solutions
Dennis Thompson
DIAM Pest Control
Diane Bargfrede
Diane Ward
Dollar General MSC - 410526
Dollar Tree
Doug Hambleton
Dowd Drug
Dwayne Faidley
Ebert, Mary J.
EMC Insurance Companies
Emily McCann
Farm News
Feld Fire
First Advantage
Frohling, Vicki A.
Gary Wilson
Gilson Construction
Greene County ISU Extension & Outreach
Guthrie Activity Center
Guthrie Center Appliance & TV
Guthrie Center Chamber of Commerce
Guthrie Center Communications
Guthrie Center Laundromat
Guthrie Center Municipal Utilities
Guthrie Center Times
Guthrie County Fair
Guthrie County Sheriff's Office
Guthrie County Vedette
Harrison County Extension
Haver Lumber Co.
Healthscripts, Inc.
Hickory Park
Holly VanHeel
Hometown Foods
Hope Wilhelm
Hy-Vee
Iowa Association County Extension Councils
Iowa Department of Inspection & Appeals
Iowa Public Employee Retirement System
Iowa Radio Plus
Iowa State University
Iowa Workforce Development
IVESCO, LLC
Jensen Sanitation
Jessica Nail
Judy Obrecht
Kael Rutledge
Karean's Flowers
Keely Vasey
Kids Korner
Kintz Carpet Cleaning
Kinze Laabs
Kum & Go
Lake Panorama Conference Center
Larry Gardiner
Larry McBroom
LaVilla Mexican Restaurant
MacKenzie Reinhart
Madison Schultes
Maggie Vogl
Marion County ISU Extension & Outreach
Martha Eddy
Matt Vannatta
McDermott & Son Roofing
Megan Fiscus
Megan Gogerty
Melinda Jorgensen
Molly Simmons
Mona Satre
National 4-H Council
Neopost Use Inc.
OfficeMax Incorporated
Oriental Trading
Orschlens
Overstock.com
Panora Area Development Group - PRIDE
Party City
Patricia Nymand
Patrick McAlister
People's Trust & Savings Bank
Prime Time
Progressive Agriculture Foundation
Quill
Raccoon Valley Radio
Rachel Ferry
Rancho Grande
Randy Fagen
Randy Souder
Reagan Gibson
Regalia Manufacturing Co.
Registration Max
Reinhart Foodservice, L.L.C.
Renee Gruber
Rita Faust
River City Supply
Sally Brown
Sam Vannatta
Seidl, Emily E.
Seth Wilson
Sparky's One Stop Shop
Stansbury, Teresa R.
Stuart Veterinary Clinic
Subway
Sweet Joy Shop
Taylor Lemke
Teresa Mowrer
The Graphic Edge
The IMT Group
The Office Stop
The Stuart Herald
Tinessa Janssen
Treasurer State of Iowa
Tri County Steer Carcass Futurity Contest
Trish Dalby
Trophies Plus, Inc.
Two Palms Grilling
Union County Extension
United States Post Office
University of Missouri Extension
US Department of the Treasury
USPS
Walmart
Westergaard, Brenna A.
Willow Sword
Zoie Shook
Total Disbursements:
$146,461.53
Contributions Revenue
Grant Revenue
Interest Revenue
Other Revenue
Other Tax Revenue
Program Fee Revenue
Property Tax Revenue
Resale Revenue
$1,875.00
$2,192.00
$72.14
$1,039.66
$5,500.96
$49,508.04
$166,825.03
$1,468.50
$228,481.33
$374,942.86
Marketing Expense
Program Fee Expense
Equipment Expense
Other Travel Expense
Marketing Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Facility Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Marketing Expense
Insurance, Bond Expense
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
Program Fee Expense
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Marketing Expense
Grant Expense
Other Travel Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Meeting Expense
Grant Expense
Other Travel Expense
Program Fee Expense
Advertising Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
Program Fee Expense
Net Wages and Travel
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Other Travel Expense
Supplies Expense
Facility Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Non-Tax Meals Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Supplies Expense
Program Fee Expense
Facility Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Grant Expense
Program Fee Expense
Facility Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Net Wages and Travel
Insurance, Bond Expense
Program Fee Expense
Marketing Expense
Equipment Expense
Background Checks Expense
Net Wages and Travel
Supplies Expense
Facility Expense
Non-Tax Meals Expense
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
Facility Expense
Memberships, Dues Expense
Telecommunications Expense
Program Fee Expense
Facility Expense
Advertising Expense
Program Fee Expense
Advertising Expense
Grant Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Non-Tax Meals Expense
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
Grant Expense
Program Fee Expense
Meeting Expense
Benefits Expense
Program Fee Expense
Retirement Plan
Marketing Expense
Shared Support, Programs, Materials,
Equipment
Expense
Benefits Expense
Resale Expense
Facility Expense
Marketing Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Marketing Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Facility Expense
Program Fee Expense
Meeting Expense
Meeting Expense
Facility Expense
Program Fee Expense
Meeting Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Facility Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Equipment Expense
Supplies Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Equipment Expense
Memberships, Dues Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Non-Tax Meals Expense
Grant Expense
Supplies Expense
Marketing Expense
Program Fee Expense
Non-Tax Meals Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Net Wages and Travel
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
Meeting Expense
Net Wages and Travel
Program Fee Expense
Meeting Expense
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
Program Fee Expense
Grant Expense
Marketing Expense
Insurance, Bond Expense
Program Fee Expense
Memberships, Dues Expense
Program Fee Expense
Payroll Taxes
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
Meeting Expense
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
Postage Expense
Non-Fee Proj Act Expense
Payroll Taxes
Postage Expense
Equipment Expense
Net Wages and Travel
Program Fee Expense
Program Fee Expense
$373.58
$210.58
$3,525.69
$30.00
$54.00
$67.82
$295.00
$1,006.00
$2,112.00
$250.00
$56.09
$29.54
$321.60
$150.00
$21.00
$1,800.00
$40.00
$2,399.49
$90.00
$581.03
$8.09
$1,676.50
$25.00
$17.73
$123.20
$90.00
$7,139.41
$90.00
$218.42
$1,050.18
$80.00
$40.00
$534.53
$90.00
$90.00
$167.50
$100.00
$100.00
$30,042.24
$24.00
$90.00
$10.43
$168.50
$1,800.00
$50.00
$15.94
$45.00
$100.00
$90.00
$100.00
$8.03
$250.00
$50.00
$180.00
$143.36
$150.00
$135.00
$90.00
$90.00
$1,188.33
$7.42
$350.00
$26.32
$200.00
$35,686.04
$1,919.00
$85.32
$167.28
$15.00
$417.95
$27,303.95
$20.00
$134.00
$725.20
$240.00
$38.70
$55.00
$2,455.61
$5.00
$812.78
$470.59
$304.68
$23.96
$84.00
$100.00
$23.11
$287.80
$8.00
$18.87
$2,509.70
$90.00
$11.09
$285.00
$33.50
$14,552.66
$48.72
$20,426.22
$96.71
$346.99
$270.00
$15.00
$90.00
$75.00
$65.10
$85.32
$20.00
$317.05
$75.00
$18.71
$9.56
$370.00
$150.00
$342.86
$75.00
$75.00
$250.00
$100.00
$70.00
$100.00
$20,866.32
$90.00
$550.00
$60.00
$2,122.74
$90.00
$110.31
$795.90
$1,758.08
$198.90
$306.14
$77.86
$150.00
$75.56
$90.00
$100.00
$15,368.67
$134.15
$50.00
$280.03
$495.00
$70.00
$19.05
$350.00
$90.00
$75.00
$1,021.35
$500.00
$2,347.62
$17.21
$140.00
$366.00
$90.00
$100.00
$3,101.50
$50.00
$11.24
$1,175.41
$155.00
$249.53
$8.51
$75.00
$59.48
$35.99
$229.00
$288.75
$30.00
$75.00
$4,894.00
$100.22
$200.00
$456.52
$1,648.24
$150.00
$800.00
$12.75
$25,184.46
$68.53
$370.00
$4,590.13
$250.00
$500.00
$266,559.73
Net Balance: June 30, 2015
$108,383.13
Guthrie County Agricultural Extension District
Published Report - Agency
07/01/2014 to 6/30/2015
Balance: July 1, 2014
$125.97
Total Receipts
$2,746.43
Total Disbursements
($1,250.00)
Balance: June 30, 2015
$1,622.40
STATE OF IOWA - Guthrie County
I, (Name), Chair, and I, (Name), Treasurer of the Guthrie County Agricultural Extension Council, being duly sworn on
oath, state to the best of our knowledge and belief, that the items included in the foregoing Financial Report are true
and correct statement of receipts and expenditures of the Guthrie County Agricultural Extension Fund.
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Signed
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, 2015.
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REBECCA MCKINSEY | GUTHRIE CENTER TIMES
Members of the band Stone Thro perform at Dale Valley
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Colorful umbrellas provide shade throughout the day at Dale Valley Vineyard’s Winestock July 18.
WINESTOCK
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“Our customers are very loyal;
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Saturday’s visitors included
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The artisans and bands featured at this year’s Winestock
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This was the first year the lan-
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Winestock.
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it,” Mahlstadt said. “It capped
it off well.”
Dale Valley Vineyard’s owners enjoy Winestock each year.
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2015 Tiger Volleyball
Camp August 10-13
The Guthrie Center Volleyball Team invites players to join
them for summer camp 2015
August 10 – 13 at the juniorsenior high gymnasiums (906
School St, Guthrie Center). This
camp is for girls entering 3rd
-through-8th grades this fall.
Grades 3rd – 5th will meet from
9:00 a.m. -11:00 a.m. and grades
6th – 8th will meet from 1:00
– 3:00 p.m. each day.
Camp will focus on drills that
work on basic volleyball fundamentals and allow the girls
to have fun as they learn the
game of volleyball. Coaches
John Jones and Colton Hem-
er along with the high school
players will be working with
the kids as they continue to
build Tiger volleyball players.
The cost of the camp is $45.
Mail registration and check to
Guthrie Center Schools, 906
School St, Guthrie Center, IA
50115 or bring it by the school
offices. Checks may be made
payable to Guthrie Center Tiger Volleyball.
A T-shirt will be ordered for
each camper once camp payment is received and the shirts
will either be given out by the
end of the camp or on the first
day of school.
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Iowa Shrine Bowl
Game Saturday
Guthrie Center Times staff
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Guthrie Center’s Lane Rumelhart takes a swing at a pitch during a July 16 second-round district game against Van Meter.
Rumelhart had a double and drove in two runs for the Tigers, who fell in the contest 6-3. Rumelhart is one of six seniors for
Guthrie Center this season.
Tigers season
ends with
district loss
By MARTY BALL
Guthrie Center Times staff
Guthrie Center defeated CAM,
Anita 6-1 last Tuesday during the
opening round of the Class 1A
District 13 bracket to advance
to the semifinals, but fell 6-3 to
Van Meter on Thursday to end
its 2015 postseason campaign.
Against CAM, Anita, Lane Rumelhart was the winning pitcher
as he allowed one run on two hits.
He walked five batters and struck
out seven in five innings of work.
Cale Crowder stepped in for two
innings of relief and gave up no
runs on one hit. He walked two
batters and struck out three.
At the plate, the Tigers were led
by Logan Scheuermann who went
2 for 2 with a walk and two RBI.
Trey Wickland was 1 for 3 with a
double and two RBI, Jared Berger
went 1 for 3 with two runs scored,
Rumelhart was 1 for 2 with a walk,
a double and a run scored, Brock
Beeler scored two runs and Jacob
Joliet scored one.
Against Van Meter, Wickland
was the losing pitcher as he allowed five runs on five hits. He
walked three batters and struck
out one in two innings. Crowder
tossed four innings and gave up
one run on no hits. He walked
one batter and struck out eight.
Offensively, Rumelhart led the
Tigers by going 1 for 4 with a twoRBI double. Beger was 2 for 4 with
a RBI and a run scored and both
Joliet and Cody Hix scored a run.
Guthrie Center ended its .500
season with an overall record of
15 wins and 15 losses. The Tigers
graduate six seniors (Berger, Rumelhart, Hox, Crowder, Tom Herron and Tom Brooks) and will be
led by a group of six juniors next
year.
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Graduated seniors will strap
on their helmets and shoulder
pads one last time at the high
school level in the 43rd Annual
Iowa Shrine Bowl. The game will
be played at the UNI Dome in
Cedar Falls 4 p.m. Saturday, July
25, and will benefit the Shriner’s
hospitals for children.
Zach Schreck, whose dad
John resides in Guthrie Center, will represent the South
All-Stars against the North
All-Stars. Schreck is a 6-foot4, 225-pound back that rushed
for 1,235 yards and 13 touchdowns for Earlham last season.
He was the team’s leading tackler with 70 total stops, including 45 solo with eight sacks.
Coon Rapids-Bayard’s Sam
Halversen will also play for the
South squad. Halverson is a
6-foot-2, 245-pound lineman
who helped pave the way for
running back Zach Evans, the
second leading rusher in the
state last fall.
SHRINE BOWL BACKGROUND
The Iowa Shrine Bowl Game
is an all-star football game between selected pre-college foot-
ball athletes on each side of a
north-south dividing line in
Iowa. There are 46 graduating seniors selected for each
squad by a process of nomination by coaches, balloting by
state-wide sports media professionals, and official invitation from a representative of
the Iowa Shrine Bowl.
The Iowa Shrine Bowl produces this game each year. The
game brings honor and recognition to the players, their
schools and their communities.
It has also been an effective tool
in raising money for The Shriner’s Hospital For Children. To
date, the Iowa Shrine Bowl has
raised over $2,268,000 for The
Shriner’s Hospitals for Children.
Funds for The Shriner’s Hospitals For Children are developed
by ticket sales, advertising in
the Shrine Bowl program, merchandise sales, contributions
and sponsorships.
Iowa Shrine Bowl, Inc is an incorporated 501(c)3 fundraising
organization. All profits from
operations are sent to The Shriner’s Hospital For Children. The
principle fundraising event of
Iowa Shrine Bowl, Inc is the
Iowa Shrine Bowl Game.
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Summer Focus!
Guthrie Center’s Trey Wickland hits a foul ball during a second round district baseball game with Van Meter on July 16.
The Tigers season came to a close with a 6-3 loss.
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