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Review

Home of Dayton Rodeo - Gateway to Des Moines River Valley


Vol. 140, No. 4

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Since 1877!
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Southeast Valley Jazz Band places


second at ICCC Jazz Festival Jan. 13

Southeast Valley High School placed second in
Class 2-A at the Fourth annual Triton Jazz Festival at
Decker Auditorium on the ICCC campus on Jan. 12-13.

Twenty two jazz bands from Class I-A, 2-A,
and higher performed for a panel of judges and then participated in a separate clinical session.


Southeast Valley High School had two students
win soloist awards. They were Daven Rees and Leah
Gibbons.

The few weeks back Katara Jondle was selected
to attend the NCIBA Honor Band.

Webster County
Ice Breakers plan
more county trails

Its January and as we head into the traditional
time of year with cold and snow you may start to see
more snowmobiles!

Many area snowmobile enthusiasts are members
of the Webster County Ice Breakers snowmobile club.
Members of this non-profit club work within Webster
County to create a system of trails that connect our communities including Gowrie.

Although a relatively new club they have made
huge strides in membership (60+ members), invested in
two operational groomers, designed 200+ miles of trails
and marked over 100 miles. More information can be
found on their website at www.webstercountyicebreakers.com.

Members of the club are hoping for snow particularly to host the annual Marlin Benson Memorial Fun
Run scheduled for Saturday, February 11th. Registration
is at 9:00 am at Mulligans in Gowrie with a departure
time of 10:00 am.

As their annual fundraiser, named for Marlin
Benson from Gowrie, they use the funds for the snowmobile trails, groomers and drags, educational scholarships and to support Marlins namesake trail kept up by
the Namakagon Trail Groomers. The trail is located just
off Lake Namakagon in the Cable, Wisconsin area.

Fundraiser supports
Camp WaNoKi
in Webster County



The Friends of Webster County Conservation
have partnered with the Iowa Central Culinary Arts program to host the 2nd annual fundraising event featuring specialty wine and beer sampling, wild game hors
douevres, silent auction, and a raffle for Saturday evening, Feb. 18, at 6 pm at Willow Ridge Restaurant, 1788
Madison Ave, Fort Dodge.

The $25 ticket will cover admission, 5 free wine
/ beer samples, wild game hors douevres, and silent auction. Tickets will be available at the door for $30.

Proceeds will benefit the development and improvements of Camp WaNoKi.

For tickets or more information, contact Karen
at khansen@webstercountyia.org or call the park office at
(515)576-4258 to pre-order your tickets.

Pony Express Dance Jan. 28 benefits


Camp Sunnyside for youth
Dayton Wranglers sponsor event. . .

The Dayton Wranglers Saddle Club will be
holding its annual Pony Express Dance Saturday, Jan. 28,
at the Best Western Starlite Village Inn & Suites in Fort
Dodge.

All the proceeds will be given to Easter Seals
of Iowa, Camp Sunnyside. Easter Seals of Iowa enables
handicapped the experience of the camp facility, for kids
who would not otherwise get the chance. Camp Sunnysides mission is to provide exceptional services to ensure
that all people with disabilities or special needs and their
families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and
play.

This year, you are in for a treat! We are excited
to feature the Hawk McIntyre Trio! Hawk is a talented
17 year old from Boone. He has opened and played with
Bucky Covington from American idol. He has been on
three different radio stations, was the runner-up in the
Nash Next competition.

He plays shows all around Iowa, including the
Iowa State Fair and 7 Flags event Center, in Des Moines.
Dont miss his rendition of Johnny Cash and Elvis, and
many other country, pop and classics, you dont want to
miss him!

Our event is hosted to raise money and our club
is a part is of the Pony Express Riders of Iowa who will
ride from all corners of the state to Camp Sunnyside in
Des Moines on Easter Weekend. The doors will open
at 6:30 and the music starts at 7:30 till midnight. We will

have live auction, silent auction and raffle.



Items for this are always welcome! If you have
something you would like to donate, please contact me,
or any club member. Admission for adults $5. Kids 17
and under $3. Kids under the age of 17 must leave @ 10
pm, due to State law.

Come join the fun, lots of nice items donated, a
great band and a great cause!

For information call 515 571-2832.

Dayton City Council


has special meeting
Wednesday, Jan. 25
City Clerk transition. . .



The Dayton City Council will have special
meeting Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 7 p.m. at City Hall.

The fiscal year budget will be reviewed along
with the city newsletter.

The City Clerk transition and vacation pay will
be on the agenda. City Clerk Randy Danielson will be
leaving at the end of this month. The new City Clerk is
Sara Pieper.

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Wednesday, January 25, 2017


Sam Hemmestad has the upper hand during the Herb
Irgens Invite this weekend. Photo by Emilea Lundberg.


Trey Lawrence opened with a nail-biter defeating
his Okoboji opponent 10-9 putting him in the quarterfinals
against #3 seed Max Wettengal (Gilbertville Don Bosco).
Photo by Emilea Lundberg.

Dayton Review

Jaguar wrestlers survived grueling


Herb Irgens Invite
Two-day tourney, 26 teams...

The always tough Herb Irgens Invite lived up
to its billing as one of the tougher tournaments on the
western side of the state. The young Jags wrestled well
at times but also took some lumps at the two day tournament that featured twenty-six teams ranging from 1A,
2A, and a few 3A programs. When wrestling was completed Saturday night 132 lbs. Jr. Trey Lawrence placed
seventh and 182 lb. sophomore Kyler Fisher placed 3rd.
Trey opened with a nail-biter defeating his Okoboji opponent 10-9 putting him in the quarterfinals against #3
seed Max Wettengal(Gilbertville Don Bosco). After controlling the match for over five minutes, Trey gave up a
late take down and back points to lose the heartbreaker by
three. Trey bounced back with a pin against his Cherokee
opponent in the conso's, then lost by pin against a tough
Emmetsburg wrestler putting him in the seventh place
match against a Sibley-Ochedan opponent where he won
by decision 8-6.

In the first round Kyler pinned his opponent from
Spirit Lake Park. In the second round Kyler took care of
Luke Bossard(Okoboji) in the first period by fall(:43),
pitting him against Blake Anderson(OA-BCIG) where he
recorded a tough 8-5 decision. In the semi.'s Kyler lost
his first match of the year in overtime, 6-4 on a takedown
to Dillon Diltz of Solon. In the consolation semi's he defeated his Sioux Center opponent 6-3 putting him in the
third place match against Elijah Dirx of Carrol where he
recorded another tough 5-3 decision.


This tournament definitely exposes areas of
improvement; the guys started a bit slow in the opening
round Friday night but bounced back in the conso's as we
had seven guys still alive for Saturday's tournament, but
our guys have to finish matches. Many of the guys had
leads late in the third period but couldn't finish the match
whether they gave up late takedowns, escapes, and back
points. It's an area where the guys have to have the correct
mindset to finish and advance. The guys have to recover
and get geared up for next week as they are on the road at
Alta Thursday night and another big tournament at Guthrie Center on Saturday.

Team Scores: 1. Solon 255.5; 2. Sibley-Ocheyedan, 197.5; 3. Gilbertville-Don Bosco, 188.5; 4. Spirit
Lake Park, 155.0; 5. Sergeant Bluff-Luton, 152.5; 6. OABCIG, 125.0; 7. Pocahontas Area, 90.5; 8. GraettingerTerril/Ruthven-Ayrshire, 88.5; 9. Emmetsburg, 70.5; 10.
Cherokee, Washington, 64.0; 11. Woodbury Central,
63.0; 12. Sioux Center, 62.0; 13. West Lyon, 56.0; 14.
Okoboji, 55.5; 15. West Fork, 51.0; 16. Audubon, 50.0;
17. Akron-Westfield, 49.0; 18. Southeast Valley, 45.0;
19. Lawton-Bronson, 40.0; 20. Western Christian, 39.0;
21. Carroll, 34.0; 22. South Central Calhoun, 30.0; 23.
Ridge View, 29.0; 24. Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton, 25.0;
25. Woodbine, 22.0; and 26. Kingsley-Pierson.

Check out full results at www.daytongowrienews.com.

Technology and Learning Clarity Survey


Results for Southeast Valley District Schools


In support of the district goal of increasing the percentage of students who demonstrate digital literacy, the
students, staff, and parents of both the Prairie Valley and
Southeast-Webster Grand districts participated in the
Technology and Learning Clarity Survey. This survey
was designed to examine various aspects of technology
use and effectiveness in our schools. Results are reported in an overall numeric score (between 800 and 1300),
which is aligned to a five-color maturity scale: Beginning, Emerging, Proficient, Advanced, and Exemplary.

The survey was given in May of 2015 to determine
baseline data with which to develop next steps in technology planning. Results were discussed by staff members as part of professional development in April of 2016.
The survey was administered again in May of 2016 to be
used as formative data to shape the action plan for increasing digital literacy. In an effort to continue the work
on increasing digital literacy, the Clarity survey will be
given again in May of 2017. This survey is provided for
free by Prairie Lakes AEA.
Demographics 2015
2016
Students 687 560
School Staff
79
102
Parents 238 196
Case Score
The Case score is an index of overall effectiveness. District-wide, schools were rated as PROFICIENT.
Level Score
Beginning 800-899
Emerging 900-999
Proficient 1000-1099
Advanced 1100-1199
Exemplary 1200-1300

Score 2015
Score 2016
Southeast Valley District 1050
1058

The CASE score is broken down into 4 categories:
Classroom, Access, Skills, and Environment. As a district, the scores for each of these areas remained the same
from 2015 to 2016.
Classroom Ratings (Emerging overall) 2015
2016
Teacher Use of the 4 Cs Beginning
Beginning
Student Use of the 4 Cs Emerging
Emerging
Teacher Digital Citizenship Emerging
Proficient
Student Digital Citizenship Emerging
Emerging
Assessment
Emerging Emerging
Assistive Technology
Emerging
Emerging

Key Takeaways

Teacher use of the 4 Cs remained in the beginning
level. More support may be needed to enable teachers
to facilitate using technology in collaboration, critical
thinking, communication, and creativity.
Teachers knowledge of and instruction in digital
citizenship has increased to proficiency level indicating
an increase in focus on technology in the classroom.
Access Ratings (Advanced overall), 2015
2016
Teacher Access at School
Advanced Advanced
Student Access at School
Advanced Advanced
Teacher Access at Home
Exemplary Exemplary
Student Access at Home
Exemplary Exemplary
Key Takeaways


Ratings for this area have remained in the advanced
and exemplary range indicating that access to technology
is a strength in the district.
Skill Ratings (Advanced overall), 2015
2016
Teacher Foundational
Advanced Advanced
Student Foundational
Advanced Advanced
Teacher Online
Proficient Proficient
Student Online
Proficient Advanced
Teacher Multimedia
Proficient Proficient
Student Multimedia
Advanced Advanced
Key Takeaways

Teachers and students have a strong foundation in
technology (sending emails, viewing online photos/videos, creating spreadsheets).

Students are more skilled in online and multimedia
use than teachers. More training may be needed to keep
teachers on pace with their tech-savvy students.
Environment Ratings (Proficient overall), 2015
2016
The 3 Ps (Policies, Procedures, Practice), Proficient Proficient
Support
Proficient Proficient
Professional Learning
Emerging Proficient
Beliefs
Advanced Advanced
Key Takeaways

Teachers and students believe in the importance of
technology in the classroom.

Professional learning has increased to meet the needs
of the teachers.

Data can be further broken down into building levels
to assess and address needs at each center. Action plans
are being developed at all levels to address the needs of
students and teachers and to support the district goal of
increasing digital literacy as well as the Iowa Cores 21st
century skill of technology literacy.

More Technology and Learning Clarity survey results can be found on the districts website at southeastvalley.org.

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Shelter Agent Pliner


sponsors scholarship
for SV Graduates


Applications and additional information about
the Shelter Foundation Scholarship will be available in
January and should be completed and returned to the
school official serving on the selection committee by
March 31st. For more information, interested seniors
should contact their high school counselor or principal or
Shelter Insurance Agent Sheila Pliner.

Shelter Insurance Foundation,


$2000 scholarship...

This spring, the Shelter Insurance Foundation
will award a $2000 scholarship to a graduate of Southeast
Valley High School. Shelter Agent Sheila Pliner sponsors and partially funds this scholarship.

A committee of local high school officials and
community leaders will select the local recipient. The
committee will consider each applicants scholastic
achievements, educational goals, citizenship, moral character and participation and leadership in school and community activities.

The student may apply the scholarship funds toward tuition, fees, or campus housing for any course of
study beginning the fall after the recipients high school
graduation and leading to an academic degree at any accredited college or university. The Foundation makes
payment directly to the school the recipient selects.

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The Calhoun County SIM committee meets at Stewart Memorial Community Hospital to to help individuals in
Calhoun county with medical challenges. Representatives from Stewart Memorial Community Hospital are: (left to right)
Zacharina Winker, Director of Nursing; Sonya Dunn, Health Coach; Brooke Minnehan and Kathy Collins, Quality Directors; Kari Jones, Chief Nursing Officer; Jenni Macke, OB Manager; Michelle Shaver, Social Workers; and Shelly Hammen,
Homecare Supervisor. Also included is Kristy Vogel, Public Health Care Coordinator at Calhoun County Public Health
(fourth from right).

Stewart Memorial Community


Hospital Implements SIM Initiative

In an era of rising medical costs, the Affordable
Care Act has attempted to reform the healthcare system
in the United States. While promoting readily available,
quality care, it also seeks to reduce healthcare spending
through its State Innovation Models (SIM) initiative.

Stewart Memorial Community Hospital
(SMCH) has made strides toward providing quality
health and wellness for its patients at a local level. Efforts are led by the SIM committee at SMCH. Comprised
of representatives from Calhoun County Public Health
and Social Services, an SMCH social worker, SMCHs
director of nursing, McCrary Rost Clinic nursing staff,
SMCH transition health coaches, Community Pharmacy
staff, SMCH Quality Director and SMCH Chief Nursing Officer, the SIM committee meets twice monthly to
identify patients in need and to follow up on previously
identified patients. Quality Director Kathy Collins says,
We focus on patients we identify as having needs, such
as transportation to a health care appointment, ability to
pay for medications, need for mental health follow up,
or home care needs that are not usually paid for by most
insurances.

The SIM initiative is impacting individuals facing challenges in Calhoun county through a variety of resources. In one case, a patient with transportation issues
was assisted by Calhoun County Public Health to enable
them to attend post hospital treatment and appointments.
Other patients werent using medications they couldnt
afford. Transition health coaches worked with the patients pharmacists to get medications with coupons or
changed to a drug that was covered for payment. In another situation, a childs car seat was deemed unsafe and a
replacement car seat was obtained through Public Health.
Additionally, Community Pharmacy assisted patients in
obtaining no cost glucometers and testing supplies.

The SIM committees approach to providing
services to patients in need reflects the goals of the Affordable Care Act. The Affordable Care Act is a complex piece of legislation. With the SIM initiative, we are
putting it to practical use. Providing resources to our patients leads to better health and thats the right way to ap-

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

proach our hospitals mission of providing quality health


care and wellness to our patients and families, says Kari
Jones, Chief Nursing Officer at SMCH.

The Affordable Care Act created the Center for
Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) with the
goal of supporting innovative payment and service delivery models to reduce program expenditures while preserving or enhancing the quality of care. CMMI awarded
Iowa a $43.1 million federal grant over a four year period
to support a statewide health system transformation. Iowa
is one of only 11 states to receive this SIM testing grant.

According to the Iowa Department of Human
Services, Iowa will use the SIM grant to spearhead efforts
to improve population health, improve patient care, and
reduce health care cost trends. It will equip communities
to address population needs by collaborating with payers,
providers and public health entities. These communities
will endeavor to focus on prevention, disease management, and patient value. The overall goal is to improve
whole-community health.

The SIM committee initiative at SMCH de-

Area Board members


seek support for Iowa
State Fair restoration. . .
Dear Editor:

The Iowa State Fairs evolution from a simple
stock show to todays agricultural, industrial and entertainment extravaganza is a direct reflection of Iowas
evolution from an untilled prairie to the very center of
the nations food production. The Iowa State Fair has
been the historical trademark of this progress and we are
humbled to serve on the governing board.

Since 1993, the Blue Ribbon Foundation has
been raising funds for the restoration and preservation for
our beloved Fairgrounds. The first renovation of Grandfathers Barn and the first new building constructed, the
Service Center, were just the beginning.

One by one, barns and buildings across the Fairgrounds were improved. From unseen electrical updates
or simple restroom improvements, to construction of a
state-of-the-art exhibition center, the Blue Ribbon Foundation has been determined to make the Iowa State Fairgrounds one of the best.

The Blue Ribbon Foundation has been able to
offer the Corndog Checkoff as a way for Iowans to financially support their efforts.

While completing your Iowa State Tax Return,
simply checkoff a donation for the Iowa State Fairgrounds
and provide a reliable source of funding for future renovations, building enhancements and maintenance to the
Fairgrounds, ensuring the Fair will be a grand tradition
for generations to come. Your donation will be deducted
from your refund or added to the amount due. Contributions to the Corndog Checkoff are fully tax-deductible.

The Iowa State Fair is the true, ever-changing
reflection of whats best about Iowa. Over the years the
Fair has never veered from its primary purposes: the
celebration of excellence, the recognition of individual
achievement and the enhancement of agriculture. We are
looking forward to the 2017 Iowa State Fair, August 10
20 and hope to have your support for the Corndog Checkoff.
See you at the Fair,
Alan Brown, Treasurer
Iowa State Fair Board
Hampton, Iowa

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406 3rd St. NE


(515) 547-2512

Box 6 Dayton, IA 50530-0006


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Towns of: Dayton, Lehigh, Harcourt, and Southeast


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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Dayton Review

Grandparent scam reported in Iowa;


scare tactics done via phone calls
Dont be fooled!. . .


A Northwest Iowa grandmother recently received a disturbing phone call.

The caller told her, You dont know me, but
your granddaughter is in jail in Michigan and needs
money wired immediately, noted Carol Ehlers, a human
sciences specialist in family finance with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.

The caller also said, Im calling from a pay
phone and you cant call back. The grandmother identified this as a scam, didnt send the money and hung up!
Ehlers said.

According to Ehlers, recent Iowa police department and Federal Trade Commission reports indicate
scammers are posing as relatives or friends, calling or
sending messages to urge people to wire money immediately.

Theyll request cash to help with an emergency
like getting out of jail, paying a hospital bill or needing
to leave a foreign country. Their goal is to trick you into
sending money before you realize its a scam, Ehlers explained.

Ehlers recommends following the steps recommended by the FTC if someone calls or sends a message
claiming to be a family member or a friend desperate for
money:

Resist the urge to act immediately, no matter
how dramatic the story is.

Verify the persons identity by asking questions
that a stranger couldnt possibly answer.

Call a phone number for your family member or
friend that you know to be genuine.

Check the story out with your family or circle of
friends, even if youve been told to keep it a secret.

Dont wire money and dont send a check or
money order by overnight delivery or courier.

Report possible fraud at ftc.gov/complaint or by
calling 1-877-FTC-HELP.

According to Ehlers, This scam highlights the
dangers of wiring money, or providing prepaid money

Crappie fishing good


at Don Williams Lake



Don Williams Lake--Black Crappie - Good:
Use wax worms or minnows. Target the mid-lake section
at depths of 15-25 feet; schools of crappie are moving
through suspended.

Ada Hayden Heritage Park Lake--Rainbow
Trout - Fair: The next trout stocking will be Saturday,
Feb. 4th at noon pending on good ice conditions. Use
spoons or jigs tipped with wax worms. Trout tend to
swim the perimeter in schools, so fish depths of 5 to 15
feet deep just out from shore.

card numbers or bank account information to strangers by telephone. The Iowa Attorney General indicates
that these types of transactions, which generally transfer
funds abroad, often are nearly impossible to trace.

The Iowa Attorney General requests that victims
contact the local law enforcement agency and file a report. Because it generally originates from overseas, the
grandparent scam can be difficult, if not impossible, to
successfully investigate and recover lost funds.

Contact Office of the Attorney General of Iowa,
Consumer Protection Division at consumer@iowa.gov or
515-281-5926, (888-777-4590 outside of the Des Moines
metro area).

Webster, Calhoun, area


county Korean War
veteran photos sought
Names of local Korean
War vets listed below. . .

The Grout Museum District, 503 South Street,
is opening a new temporary Korean War exhibit in the
summer of 2017. The exhibit will feature Faces Of The
Fallen, a component that will honor Iowans who died in
the Korean War. It will also go on to become a permanent
part of the Sullivan Brothers Iowa Veterans Museum.

High-resolution photographs of these individuals are needed to create this piece. The Grout is asking the
public to help with the location of these precious, important photographs.

Photos should be scanned as .jpg at 300dpi. For
instructions on how to scan and send a photo, contact
319.234.6357 or send photos directly to chris.shackelford@gmdistrict.org.

A photograph is sought for the following list of
fallen Iowans from your region (listed by County)
Webster: Richard L. Fallon, William H. Fisher,
John E. Holmes, Oliver E. Jones.

Calhoun: Paul R. Roese; Cerro Gordo: Virgil D.
Clark, Everett H. Pendarvis; Emmet: Anthony K. Smith;
Franklin:k William T. Cunningham, Donald E. Halverson; Hancock: Monte M. Auen; Hardin: Arlen C. Dahl,
Richard M. Johnson, David H. Wilson; Humboldt: Victor
E. Feany; Kossuth: Joie Korte;

Pochahontas: Kenneth O. Lehnus;

For additional information call 319-234-6357.


Delaney Conrad drives around the defense as she
heads down court. Photo by Lisa Peterson.

Newell-Fonda, ranked
seventh, routs Jag
girls Friday night

Tough night but Jags


have some good spurts. . .


Newell-Fonda, ranked seventh in the state, defeated the Jaguar girls 74-31 Friday night.

Emma Graves finished with 11; Mady Jaeschke,
6; Carson Shipley 5, Shelby Cummins 4, Morgan Casetson 2, Ebony Scott 2, Sammy Alps 1.

It was never a close game as the Jags trailed 4519 at the half.

Newell-Fonda was seemingly making every
shot. The Jags had good passing and they were running
their offense.

Morgan Casteson was open for a 3 and it
rimmed in and out. Sammy Alps went to the line and
made one foul shot.

There was good ball movement for the Jags.
Shelby Cummins made a shot with 20 seconds left in the
third quarter.

Emma Graves converted on a layup with 1.8 sec
left and was fouled. She made a free throw. But at the
end of three Newell Fonda was still up 66-25.

From an out of bounds play Emma Graves got
wide open for an easy layup.

Mady Jaeschke was fouled under the basket and
made one foul shot. The Jags didnt always box out and
Newell-Fonda took advantage in the rebounding department.

Mady Jaeschke made a steal with 40 sec. left.
Ebony Scott made a good last second shot finishing the
game.

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Makenzie Crampton goes up for a lay-up scoring
two points for the Jaguars. Photo by Lisa Peterson.

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Southeast Valley
Schedule of Events
Week of Jan 25th to Feb 1st

Wednesday, Jan 25
SVHS Band Fundraiser Jan 16 thru Feb 1
6:30 p.m. PV Regular School Board Meeting
Thursday, Jan 26
6:00 p.m. B JV-Varsity Wrestling GAME - Mutli-Team
7:00 p.m. PVES TK-2 Music Concert
Friday, Jan 27
6:00 p.m. B&G V Basketball GAME - Southeast
Valley @ GTRA
Saturday, Jan 28
8:00 a.m. B JV Wrestling GUTHRIE CENTER
11:00 a.m. B V Wrestling GUTHRIE CENTER
6:00 p.m. Rescheduled (A) JV G/VAR Boys Basketball
GAME - Southeast Valley @ Storm Lake St. Marys
Monday, Jan 30
FCCLA Day at the Capital
PVES - NO PM Preschool
e Early Dismissal @ 2:20PM
Grades 5-12 P/T Conferences 4-8pm
5:00 p.m. B JVR Basketball GAME - Southeast
Valley @ Coon Rapids-Bayard
6:00 p.m. B JV/ G Varsity Basketball GAME Southeast Valley @ Coon Rapids-Bayard
Tuesday, Jan 31
4:30 p.m. B&G JV Basketball GAME - South
Central Calhoun @ Southeast Valley
6:00 p.m. B&G V Basketball GAME - South
Central Calhoun @ Southeast Valley
6:00 p.m. B JVR Basketball GAME - South Central
Calhoun @ Southeast Valley

*Schedule is pulled from the SV website for your convenience*


www.southeastvalley.org
***Schedules are subject to change at anytime***
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Mission Jamaica - Two little boys...



By the time you are reading this a Mission Team
from the south side of Des Moines will have been to Jamaica and back. I am a bit excited to talk with one member from my church who is going for the first (and I hope
not last) time. This team has a number of seasoned
missionaries so are among the first teams to go and get
this season started. They are going back to West Haven
Orphanage in the Copse area up in the mountains from
Montego Bay.

It has been some years since I have been physically able to go but I still check on some of the children
I remember in my days. They are really no longer children, tho there are always new ones coming to live there.
Over the years of Mission Jamaica which is headquartered at St. Andrews Lutheran Church in Mahtomedi,
Mn. many, many improvements have been made to the
orphanage, including additional cottages to
serve
more children, an office building, a school (never had
one for many years), central kitchen and laundry facilities, and improvements and upkeep on existing units, all
due primarily to the work and contributions of Mission
Jamaica.

While this years teams are building new memories, Id like to continue with more of mine. There are
two small children I remember in particular. They were
two little boys, both around the age of 5 when I first encountered them. Both were very alert and a bit mischievous and while they did not talk a lot as you would expect
children of that age to be doing, one could tell they had
the ability to learn and progress quite normally. The first
one was Richard, Richie. He was a delightful little fellow and loved attention and because he was so cute and
amiable, he got more than his share and we would have
to remember others who were not as outgoing but needed
our love and caring too. A MJ employee, lets call her
Anna, felt as most of us did, that Richie did not belong in
this orphanage environment and yet, she did not feel fully
equipped to seek adoption of him. But, her mother, who
had been on MJ trips was and thus the wheels were put
in motion and Richie was adopted. We were all happy
for him. His new home was in Minnesota, not far from
Mahtomedi. Richie was placed in the churchs pre-school
system where, as I was then told, he was doing quite well
and would soon catch up to others of his age. I havent
heard about him for a number of years but he would be
around sixteen years of age and should be in high school.
So, Richie did not have to stay at the orphanage where he
would have had good care as to food, clothing and shelter
but not enough time for motheringand proper schooling
that all children should have.

Another little boy that came along shortly after
Richie was Omar. Omar didnt talk but every one of us
felt he had potential. He was intelligent in a wry sort of
way. He was a trickster, pulling little things and getting
what he wanted from them attention! He was one that
loved to go to church with the missionaries. When he
saw our bus pulling in he was one of first to greet us each
day and he seem to know that on Sunday he was dressed
up for a reason to get on that bus and ride on up the hill
with the missionaries. Hed grab a hand and find seats
and on reaching the church did the same with his chosen
adult. He, as with most of others able and allowed to
go to church, sat reasonably still throughout the lengthy
service. But, when the services ended, quickly grabbed
a hand and led the way out the side door and up the steps
to the area where the church ladies had prepared refreshments, usually their spicy fruit punch and petite cookies.
The children were pretty well behaved but there were a
few who had to be told they could only have ONE drink
and a couple cookies. It was one of my last years that
I met Omar but within a year or so one of the regular
missionary couples from Minnesota had adopted Omar.
He, too, would be well into his teens now and I hope has
learned and become a full-fledged American, though not
forgetting his roots. Another I must check on.

There have been a number of adoptions by MJ
missionaries or others who have learned about them. My
first year at the orphanage one young boy, I am thinking
around ten or eleven, took to one couple, particularly
the husband and rode on his shoulders every chance he
got. On returning to the states the couple (he was music
minister at a large Des Moines church) started inquiring about the adoption and it did happen. The boy needed
a lot of tutoring to catch up but the last I heard is doing
okay.

There are other stories like this over the years
and I am guessing will continue. But there are those who
are virtually abandoned, will never grow up no matter what years they may accumulate and others who will
survive and spend a relative safe and happy life at West
Haven, thanks to a caring staff and an organization like
Mission Jamaica.

I will continue more about my Mission Jamaica

memories and the new ones being formed. You can also
find out more by checking your computer for Mission
Jamaica at St. Andrews Lutheran Church, Mahtomedi,
Mn. One does not have to be a Lutheran to go on a mission trip, A Vacation with a Purpose.

Dayton, Lehigh area


students named to ICCC
Deans List Fall Semester


Iowa Central Community College announced
their Deans List for the fall semester. To earn this distinct classification a student must earn a 3.5-3.99 GPA
with a minimum of 6 credit hours.

The following area students were named to the
Deans list:
Gowrie--- Katelyn Dyer, Joshua Johnson, John
Lautner, Shane Promes;

Dayton--Anthony Zigrang;

Callender-- Craig Davis, Jacey DeBaun, Jacob
Hubbard, Tiffany Hubbard, Courtney Shirbroun;

Duncombe--Elizabeth Anderlik, Kennedy Daniels, Felicia Hurtt, Bailey Mason, McKinna Teske;

Harcourt--Scott Destromp, Joshua Gibbons;

Lehigh--Tori Crampton, Levi Whitmer;

Otho--Kristen Reeves, Michaela Schnetter,
Austyn Smith;

Somers--Maddison Peed.

Dayton, area students


named to ICCC
Presidents List

Iowa Central Community College announced
their Presidents List for the fall semester. To earn this
distinct classification a student must earn a 4.0 GPA with
a minimum of 6 credit hours.

The follow area students were named to the
Presidents list:
Gowrie---Angela Benfield; Miranda Butler,
Austin Promes;
Dayton---Jossie Ferrari, Kearsten Hainzinger,
Casey Iles;

Callender--Kendall Sandgren;

Harcourt--Traci Vote;
Moorland--Hannah Fiala; Marissa Parks;

Somers--Shawna Bachman.

Transfer college students


can receive lower
in-state tuition rates


Upper Iowa University (UIU) announced last
week that it is significantly lowering in-state tuition rates
for transfer students to its Fayette, Iowa, Campus beginning in August 2017. The private nonprofit college established in 1857 will provide admitted transfer students
with a tuition rate of $9,600 at its Fayette Campus.

UIU plans to become the most transfer friendly
college in Iowa. The board of trustees voted unanimously to lower in-state tuition and fees at their most recent
meeting, which means qualifying students will receive
the benefits of a premier private education at a price that
is comparable to a four-year public university. This new
in-state transfer program also ensures that transfer students will now have access to the same kind of substantial
aid that UIU freshmen benefit from to offset the cost of
their education.

The new transfer tuition rate will allow students
to benefit from small class sizes, direct faculty advising,
flexible class schedules, and other student-centered programs that distinguish UIU from large institutions, Vice
President for Enrollment Management Kathy Franken
said.

The new tuition rate will apply to transfer students who have completed at least 48 transferable credits
and who have resided in Iowa or are currently attending
an Iowa institution of higher education. Transfer students
who do not meet this eligibility criteria are eligible to receive a UIU transfer merit scholarship or grant, in addition to other scholarships, grants or financial aid.

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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Dayton Review

Senator Grassley
begins 99 county
meeting tour

U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley will begin holding meetings with Iowans in every county this new year
with meetings on Monday, Jan. 16, in Grundy and Black
Hawk counties.

With these meetings, Grassley will begin his
37th year holding meetings in every one of Iowas 99
counties. Grassley has held at least one meeting with
Iowans in every county, every year since he was first
elected to the U.S. Senate in 1980.

Representative government is a two-way street,
and its strengthened by dialogue between elected officials and the people we represent, Grassley said. I look
forward to events and meetings where I listen to comments, hear concerns and respond directly to questions.
Im committed to keeping in touch with Iowans.

In order to hear from the greatest cross-section
of Iowans, Grassley holds these meetings in a variety of
settings: county courthouses, community centers, hospitals, factories, schools, places of business and others.
This is to allow Iowans to meet with and ask questions
of their U.S. Senator where they work, where they live,
where they worship and where they study. Grassley also
frequently holds more than one meeting in each county
each year in order to visit with as many Iowans as possible.

Southeast Valley Junior High Boys Basketball...


The Southeast Valley Junior High in the front row are Lane Fevold, Blake Peterson, Carson Lambert, Hunter
Sorenson, Colby Russell, Caden Larson, Kolton Kruse, Will Halligan,Conor Klingston. Second row left to right are Clayton
Hanson, Parker Garcia, Jonah Siebert, Sam Hanson, Rhett Grandfield, Kaleb Scott, Gabe Campbell, Jesse Hanson, Pierce
Woodruff, Cody George. Third row left to right are Mark Hughes, Sam Sytsma, Drake Erritt, Breydon Johnson, Cameron
Will, Lucas Jondle, Gerald Fisher III, Ty Klatt, Evan Jurgensen, Colton Brandt, Kaden Luhmann, Tatum Crouse. Back
row left to right are Coach Brad Anderson, Breyton Cline, Anthony Stevens, Memphis Simpson, Caleb TenEyck, Kaleb
Crouse, Aaron Graves, Tristan Martin, Zack Miller, Bryce Studyvin, Lathe Muench and Coach Curt Valentine.

Southeast Valley 7th grade boys


team finishes season undefeated

On Thursday, January 12 the Southeast Valley
7th Grade Boys basketball team played host to the Titans
from South Central Calhoun County. The Jags came out

Southeast Valley 8th


grade boys basketball
season comes to a close

The Southeast Valley 8th grade hosted Manson
Northwest Webster and dropped a fast paced contest 3224. After the first quarter of action the Jaguars trailed 8-2,
but missed some opportunities to score off the press. In
a wild second quarter of action the Jags trailed 20-10 at
the halftime break. The Jags came out and won the 3rd
quarter, but still trailed 26-18. Much like the first quarter
the Jaguars struggled to get the ball in the hoop and feel
by the final score of 32-24.

Scoring for the Jaguars were: Hunter Sorenson
(2), Sam Hanson (10), Rhett Grandfield (4), Carson
Lambert (4), Lane Fevold (2) and, Memphis Simpson
(2). Also playing for the Jaguars were: Braden Johnson,
Breyton Cline, Caleb TenEych, Kaylb Crouse, Parker
Garcia, Blake Peterson, Sammy Sytsma, Cameron Will,
Anthony Stevens, and Clayton Hanson.
South Central Calhoun...

The Southeast Valley 8th grade boys finished
to season with a 42-23 loss in a game that was much
closer than the score indicated. After the first quarter of
action South Central Calhoun held a 1-point 11-10 lead.
Then the Jaguars went into halftime down 24-16. Points
were hard to come by in the second half of action and the
Jaguars trailed 34-20 after the third quarter and fell by
the final score of 42-23 to end the 2016-2017 Junior High
Basketball Season.

Scoring for the Jaguars: Hunter Sorenson (8),
Sam Hanson (2), Rhett Grandfield (5), Carson Lambert
(6), and Blake Peterson (5).

Also playing for the Jaguars were: Braden Johnson, Breyton Cline, Caleb TenEych, Kaylb Crouse, Lane
Fevold, Clayton Hanson, Parker Garcia, Memphis Simpson, Cameron Will, Anthony Stevens and Sammy Sytsma

Thanks all Jaguars basketball players, parents,
and fans! The 2016-2017 was a fun and we learned some
skills to help us on and off the court! Thanks and Good
Luck!

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determined and got a quick start in the contest take a 15-6


advantage after the first quarter.

Southeast Valley continued to execute offensively and also worked hard on the defensive end of the
floor and took a 21-8 halftime advantage.

The Jags were not going to be denied in the second half and went on to win the contest 35-22. Leading
the scoring for SV was Aaron Graves with 24, Kolson
Kruse had 7 and Lathe Muench had 4 to round out the
scoring. The win also gave the young Jaguars a undefeated 13-0 season.

Coach Valentine commented he was proud of
each and every player on the team this year and the way
they stuck together as a team and played as a team in all
their games, It was enjoyable to watch them grow and
improve during the season.

Team members include Lucas Jondle, Tre Fisher, Kolson Kruse, Bryce Studyvin, Lathe Muench, Caden Larson,Ty Klatt, Zack MIller, Gabe Campbell, Cody
George, Pierce Woodruff, Colby Russell, Aaron Graves,
Jesse Hanson, Conner Klingson, Tristan Martin, Will
Halligan, Caleb Scott, Colton Brant, Evan Jurgensen,
Jayden Gardapee, and Caden Luhmann.

Managers for the team were Mark Hughes, Tatum Crouse, Jennifer Pigman, and Mattie Chelleen. The
team would like to Thank the managers for all the help
they gave during the season.

The Jags would like to give a special shout out
to all the fans that came out and supported them during
the season. It was greatly appreciated. GO JAGS!!!!!!!!

Brushy Creek Lake


has 12 ice on north end;
wax worms for crappies
Brushy Creek Lake--Ice is around 12 inches on

the north end of the lake; there are some areas of 8 inch
ice at the south end. Ice conditions are more variable near
shore with a few small areas of open water near inflows.
Use caution and test ice thickness often when venturing
out. Bluegill - Fair: Use a small jig tipped with a wax
worm. Anglers fishing the north end have been doing
well. Black Crappie - Fair: Try wax worms and minnows
fished on a small jig.

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Southeast Valley Junior High Girls Basketball...


Front Row: Madison Doyle, Sadie Nelson, Chloe Hurtado, Carly Davis, Addie Correll, Chloe Hicks, Lily
Williamson,Chyann Hicks, MacKinna Hood. Row 2: Abbie Belthius, Adalynn Lawman, Jayden Gardipee, Ryann Shipley,
Majesty Jordison, Laney Clancy, Allison Bethel, Kaeli Berns, Rylie Nelson, Emily Hemmestad, Sydney Carlson, Aliaha
Altman-Gernhart. Back Row: Coach Bob Butrick, Shayna Steck, Macey Pals, Teighan Osborne, Haylee Welter, Kyleigh
Erritt, Brielle Haub, Morgan Farnham, Kiersten Fisher, Emily Jaeschke, Jordan Dorsey, Allie Anderson, Coach Joe Lennon.

THEDayton
GOWRIE
NEWS
Review

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Three Jag boys in double figures


after big Friday win against Mustangs
Blood on floor after players collide. . .


The Jaguar boys led Newell-Fonda by big margins throughout their Friday night game, but relaxed a
little at the end as they won 64-58.

The Jaguar boys led 37-20 and then 50-34 at the
end of three.

Leading scorers for the Jags were Nolan Johnson, 13; Keegan Goodwin, 19; Kaleb Jondle, 19; Tommy
Lennon, 2; Dakota Jaeschke, 5; Alex Pliner, 2, Nolan
Brand, 2.

Keegan Goodwin started off the night with three
rsuccessful 3-point shots. The Jag boys found Jondle open
nfor a deep three.
e
Nolan Johnson, on a fast break, converted an
neasy lay-up. Dakota Jaeschke passed behind the head
kfinding Myles Davis wide open for an easy jump shot for
btwo. Jondle drove down the middle with seconds left in
the first quarter but came up short.

The Jags had 19-12 at end of quarter one.

The boys started the second quarter with a
smooth running offense. Jondle made another three.

Goodwin used pressure as Newell brought the
ball down court, creating a turnover. Jondle picked up
6the loose ball and sank another deep three.

Dakota Jaeschke was fouled as three Newell
Fonda
defenders
surrounded him. He made foul shot.

Myles
Davis
turned around, drove for his shot
e
and was called for a charge.
Alex Pliner had a nice open shot under the bas-
ket
for
two.
On an out-of-bounds play Kaleb Jondle got
g
an
open
shot
for two. Newell-Fonda was allowing the
n
eposts to be pretty physical with our boys. Jondle made a
-steal and was called for a foul.

The Jags led 37-20 to close the half.

The Jaguar Dance Team kept everyone enterf
ytained during half time of the boys basketball game with
la dance.
d


Keegan Goodwin started the second quarter
with a three pointer.

Kaleb Jondle made a long pass down the court to
Myles Davis for a jump shot.

Keegan Goodwin attempted a 3 pointer, followed his shot, getting the rebound and put it back up for
two points.

In the fourth quarter Tommy Lennon made a
nice lay-up to start the quarter. There was a three-second call in the lane against the Mustangs Myles Davis
got called for some quick fouls and fouled out after some
good basketball.

Jags and Mustang players went down in a pile
for a rebound and Newells Bryce Coppock came out
with a face full of blood. He was treated by the trainer
and the floor was cleaned. The game resumed

With 2:43 left in the game, Jondle got fouled
shooting. He made the free throw. The teams traded shot
for shot until there was about a minute remaining.

With 12 seconds left Keegan Goodwin blocked
Newells 3 to shot. The Mustangs rebounded and Jondle
made a steal. The Mustangs went to the line with 2.8
seconds left.

Newell-Fonda has a very young team mostly
composed of Freshman. Their point guard made an impression.

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Alex Pliner, #44 goes up for a nice lay-up adding
two points for the Jaguars. Photo by Lisa Peterson.

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Myles Davis shows off his vertical as he soars
g
above everyone. Photo by Lisa Peterson.
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s

Blood Drive Feb. 2


at Gowrie Community
Center, 10 am-2 pm

The LifeServe Blood Drive will be in Gowrie


Thursday, Feb. 2 from 2-7 p.m. at the Gowrie Community Center.

There is another blood drive at the Koch Fertilizer Wednesday, February 8 from 10:00 am - 2 PM at
Koch Fertilizer, 3162 200th St..

Schedule a blood donation appointment online
at lifeservebloodcenter.org or call 800.287.4903.

LifeServe Blood Center was established in
April, 2010 when The Blood Center of Iowa joined operations with Siouxland Community Blood Bank. As one
of the 15 largest blood centers in the country, LifeServe
Blood Center provides blood and blood products to more
than 100 hospitals located across Iowa, Nebraska, and
South Dakota.

LifeServe is committed to saving lives by
y providing premier service to volunteer blood donors
, and access to a safe, quality blood supply for hospitals
a and patients. For more information about blood donah tion or to schedule an appointment to donate blood, call
- 800.287.4903 or visit www.lifeservebloodcenter.org.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

CHURCH

Worship Schedule

EMANUEL LUTHERAN, DAYTON


9 a.m. Sunday School; 10 a.m.Worship;
McGUIRE BEND UNITED BRETHERN, RURAL DAYTON
9:30 a.m. Adult/youth Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. worship
TRINITY EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN, DAYTON
8:30 a.m. Worship; 9:45 a.m. Coffee hr. & Fellowship.
DAYTON UNITED METHODIST,
9:15 a.m. Sunday School
9:30 a.m. Coffee; 10:30 a.m. Worship
IMMANUEL LUTHERAN, BURNSIDE
9:30 a.m. Worship
UNITED METHODIST, PILOT MOUND
8:30 a.m. Worship; 9:40 a.m. Sunday School
FIRST BAPTIST, STRATFORD
10:30 a.m. Worship & Childrens Church
HARCOURT UNITED METHODIST,
10:30 a.m. Worship Service
DUNCOMBE UNITED METHODIST
10:30 a.m. Worship Service
LEHIGH CHRISTIAN
9a.m. Worship;
LEHIGH-OTHO METHODIST
Lehigh--9.30 a.m. Sunday School; 11 a.m. Worship
Otho-- 9 a.m. Worship; 10 a.m. SS
SOUTH MARION UNITED METHODIST, STRATFORD
10:15 a.m. Sunday School; 9:00 a.m. Worship
TRINITY LUTHERAN, BOXHOLM
9:30 a.m. Fellowship; 10:30 a.m. Worship.
CALVARY UNITED METHODIST, STRATFORD
10:30 a.m. Worship Service; 9:15 a.m. Sunday School.
UNITED EVANGELICAL COVENANT, HARCOURT
9:30 a.m. Worship
FAITH LUTHERAN, HARCOURT
10:30 a.m. Worship; 9:30 a.m. Fellowship
STRATFORD EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
10:30 a.m. Worship
AMUNITED METHODIST, BOXHOLM
10:00 a.m. Fellowship Time 9:00 a.m. Worship;
10:15 a.m. Sunday School
WASHINGTON LUTHERAN, ELCA, DUNCOMBE
Sundays: 9:15 a.m. Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Worship

Dayton Review

C.J. Danielson, born in Sweden in 1844,


survives cholera, moves to Dayton in 1868
Arriving in Iowa in seven wagons. . .

C. J. Danielson was born in Sweden in 1844
and came to Andover, IL in 1852. They came by sailboat
from Sweden and it took eleven weeks to cross the ocean.

When they arrived in Andover, his father had
$30 in money and invested it in a cow. He and his father
moulded bricks for the first Andover church.

In the early 1850s, the cholera epidemic took the
lives of many members of the various families of settlers.
His father and others dug the graves for nine people in
one day in the old Andover cemetery.

The family lived on an 80 acre farm near Andover when the Civil War broke out. C. J. Danielson was
too young to enter the Army. His father and a sister died
about this time in a typhoid epidemic. That left a widow
with six children with C. J. the oldest.

After the Civil War, an Army Veterinarian made
his home with the family. This is where he and his brother
received early training in veterinary work. All of this vets
equipment was left to them at the death of this Army vet.

C. J. worked for farmers then bought a team of
horses for $300. Then he farmed his mothers farm until his marriage in 1866 to Christina Lindquist, who was
born in Sweden in 1844 and who had come to America in
1862.

In 1868, they came to Iowa in a company of
seven wagons. They came to Boonesburo and crossed the
Des Moines river at Centerville, on a ferry.

Easter Sunday occurred on their trip and it was
a very stormy snowy day and they had to blanket their
horses. But they had eggs, so they had them for Easter
breakfast.

They followed the mail route to Cassidy Corners. A mile east of the Gustafson school house they
unloaded their wagons at the home of Daniel Danielson,
who lived south of the J. C. Richey farm that was then the
home of Walter and Parker Vontrees.

Then they moved to West Dayton and lived with
two other families by the name of Little Edlund and Bowman.

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Severe winter weather is expected to take aim at
much of the Midwest this weekend so emergency management professionals are urging residents and business
owners to be ready for everything from icy roads and
power outages to possible flash flooding.

Preparing for an emergency before it strikes
can literally save your life or property, said Beth Freeman, administrator of the Kansas City, Mo. office of the
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

With dangerous winter weather around the corner, were urging residents and business owners in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa to take this storm seriously, get ready now and stay informed.

Officials from the National Weather Service
and FEMAs Region VII office in Kansas City have been
monitoring the development of a powerful winter storm
that is likely to impact multiple states in the central U.S.

Forecast models indicate the winter system
could become a dangerous storm that could generate impactful ice accumulations, which likely will cause treacherous road conditions, damage to structures, and may result in power outages.

Here are some tips to help individuals, families
and business owners prepare:

Have a plan. Severe winter weather can include
snow or subfreezing temperatures, strong winds and ice
or heavy rain storms.

What would you do if you are stranded at home
or on the road? How will your family reunite if separated
by severe weather?

Do you have food and supplies on hand to survive for at least three days, especially without power?
Your plan should cover a range of hazards with an immediate focus on winter weather-related hazards including
power outages, and flooding.

Include an up-to-date list of contacts you want
to have in case of an emergency. To learn more, go to:
www.ready.gov/make-a-plan.

Gather emergency supplies for your home. Include a three-day supply of food and water for each person, as well as personal essentials such as medicine and
clothing, a battery-powered or hand-crank radio, extra
flashlights and batteries, and first-aid supplies.

Gather emergency supplies for your vehicle. Its
best to avoid traveling by car if there is a severe weather
threat.

If its unavoidable, make sure to have emer-


This place was then the home of Philip Fredolfson. Then he moved a house off the present main street
and on the main road into Dayton at that time (this was
the house that was the Walter Long house for many
years.)

The main road at that time crossed Skillet creek
below the home of Numa Odell and turned into the business district at the corner where Hub Peterson lived.

This was their home until 1869. Then he and his
brother bought 80 acres of land, southwest of Dayton on
the present Olger Strand farm.

They built a shanty and lived in it the first winter
with only a dirt floor in it. One night, when he came home
from the timber where he had been working, he found the
roof burned off his house.

In 1870, he and his brother donated three acres
of land to the Lutheran congregation to be used for locating a church and a cemetery.

This is the land on Highway 169 across from the
Wendell Carlson home. Then, shortly after this, he bought
the farm (now the home of Oliver Carlson), where the
writer of this history was born in 1880. In the early 1880,
he made two trips to Minnesota.

He took horses from here and traded them for
their oxen, so they drove horses up and oxen back. Then
he traded farms with his stepfather Adolph Strand. This is
the place that is the home of Russell Anderson family.

He rented this farm of Charles Luderlund, Swen
Ecklund, V. Kullbegs and Albert Strand. He traded farms
with his step brother. Then he traded this place to Lawrence Burkgren for the Old Ford 80, and later sold this
80 to John Skoglund for $3200, and it still belongs to the
Skoglund family.

In 1883, he moved to town and built a house,
which later became M. M. Campbell residence and also
bought C. J. Swanstroms interest in the furniture store
and formed a partnership with S. P. Lofgren.

They also made furniture, washing machines,
bed springs and also the first hearse, used in Dayton.

gency supplies in the vehicle. These supplies should include the same essentials as you have at home, plus the
following: Adequate clothing and blankets to help keep
you warm dont forget mittens, scarves, hats; Sand to
improve traction; A snow shovel; Cash (ATMs wont
work without power); A full tank of gas before the storm
arrives.

For more information, go to: www.ready.gov/
winter-weather Monitor media for updated information
on the storm and/or actions to take.

Follow the directions provided by local, state or
tribal officials regarding emergency actions. If you are
told to stay off the roads, dont venture out. Take shelter
in place at your home or business.

Check on your neighbors or friends, particularly
those who are vulnerable or need extra support.

Older adults and individuals who are dependent
on life-sustaining medical equipment or assistive devices
such as a ventilator or mobility devices, may need additional support in areas that have lost power.

Other Important Tips are. Never use a generator
inside a home, basement, shed or garage, even if doors
and windows are open.

Keep generators outside and far away from windows, doors and vents. Read and follow instructions on
the generator label and in the owners manual.

Any electrical cables you use with the generator
should be free of damage and suitable for outdoor use.

Never use charcoal grills or camp stoves indoors. Deaths have occurred when consumers burned
charcoal or used camp stoves in enclosed spaces, which
produced lethal levels of carbon monoxide.

Install carbon monoxide alarms outside each
sleeping area and on every level of the home to protect
against CO poisoning. Change the alarms batteries every
year.

Stay away from downed wires, including cable
TV feeds. They may be live with deadly voltage.

Use caution with candles. If possible, use flashlights instead. If you must use candles, do not burn them
on or near anything that can catch fire.

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SUPERVISORS OF WEBSTER COUNTY that the Board of Supervisors


hereby adopts this construction evaluation resolution pursuant to Iowa
Code section
459.304(3).
Wednesday,
January 25, 2017

10

s/Clark Fletcher
Chair, Board of Supervisors

WEBSTER CO.
ATTEST:
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Date:1/07/2014

S/Carol Messerly
County Auditor
Date:1/07/2014

Regular Meeting
January 10, 2017

Motion
The
Boardunanimously.
of Supervisors met in Session on the above date with
carried
the following members present: Campbell, Dencklau, Carlson and Thode.
Absent:
Leffler
Moved
by Leffler, seconded by Dencklau to approve final plans for
asphalt
Moved
by Dencklau,
by Carlson to approve
the minutes
of
resurfacing
Projectseconded
STP-SCO94(101)5E-94
on Route
D43 from
the
January
3,
2017 regular
carried
unanimously.
Callender to Highway
169, tomeeting.
be let byMotion
Iowa DOT
on April
15, 2014. (Copy

by Carlson, seconded by Thode to receive and place on file
on fileMoved
in Engineers
office).
Motion carried
unanimously.
Drainage
Repair for DD
16 Webster
31 Calhoun
County. Motion carried
Moved by Dencklau, seconded by Campbell to adopt the following
unanimously.
resolution:
Moved by Thode, seconded by Dencklau to accept and place on file
TO TRANSFER
ROADofUSE
FUNDS
TO Health
FARM TO
the hiring
and employment
KatieTAX
Loseke,
Public
RN,MARKET
effective
ACCOUNT
FUND
AND
WEBSTER
COUNTY
PROJECT STP-SJanuary
23, TO
2017
at the
rateLET
of $21.00
per hour,
per recommendation
of
CO94(101)5E-94
Kari
Prescott, Director of Public Health. Motion carried unanimously.
WHEREAS,
the Board
of Supervisors
of Webster
County,
Iowa

Moved
by Dencklau,
seconded
by Carlson
to accept
and place
desires
to transfer
their allotment
Local Road
Tax
on
file the
ending $406,000.00
employment from
of Lonnie
Nichols, of
Planning
and Use
Zoning
Administrator,
December
28, 2016.
Motion with
carried
unanimously.
Funds to theireffective
Farm-to-Market
Account
to comply
current
Farm-to Market
Moved
by
Carlson,
seconded
by
Thode
to
approve
salary
adjustment
restrictions and procedures dated September 10, 2013 to fund and
for
Hans Becker
from $64,620
to $68,000 effective January
14, 2017,
let asphalt
resurfacing
Project STP-S-CO94(101)5E-94
on Route
D43
per
recommendation
Jennifer
Benson,
Webster County Attorney.
fromthe
Callender
to Highwayof169
on April
15, 2014.
Motion
carried
unanimously.BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors
NOW,
THEREFORE,

Moved County,
by Thode,
by Dencklau
to approve
of Webster
Iowa seconded
that the Treasurer
of the State
of Iowa the
be
following
andtosalaries
County
Auditors Office,
perLocal
the
authorizedappointment
and requested
transferfor
a total
of $406,000.00
of their
recommendation
of
Doreen
Pliner,
Webster
County
Auditor:
Tina
Eldal
Road Use Tax allotment for Webster County, Iowa to their Farm-to-Market
$51,587; Kris Rial $51,587; Anita Walstrom $20.10/hr. Motion carried
Account by transferring $203,000.00 in February 2014 and $203,000.00 in
unanimously.
2014.by Dencklau, seconded by Carlson to receive and place on
March
Moved
The
AuditorofofWebster
WebsterCounty
County,Treasurer
Iowa, is directed
to certify
three
copies
file the
transfer
Office Clerk,
Sara
Lewis
to
of
this
resolution
andAuditors
mail themOffice,
to theeffective
Iowa Department
of Transportation,
the Webster County
January 23,
2017. Motion
Office of
Local Systems, Highway Division, 800 Lincoln Way, Ames, Iowa
carried
unanimously.
for processing.
50010,
Moved
by Carlson, seconded by Thode to approve the application
TheforIowa
Department
is requested
to fileOffice
a copy
of
process
a new
employeeof
inTransportation
the Webster County
Treasurers
due
this
resolution
with carried
the Treasurer
of the State of Iowa.
to
transfer.
Motion
unanimously.

Moved
by
Thode,
seconded
by
Dencklau
to
receive
and
place
on
ADOPTED this 7th day of January, 2014
file the transfer of Krystal Steck, Support Recovery Aide in the Child
Support
Recovery Unit to the position of Drainage Clerk in the Auditors
s/Clark Fletcher
Office
effective Chairman
January 23, 2017 at the rate of $16.77 per hour, per the
Clark Fletcher,
recommendation
of Doreen
Pliner Webster County Auditor.
Webster County Board
of Supervisors

Moved by Dencklau seconded by Carlson to authorize Chairman
to
sign the 2017Messerly
ISAC Wellness Program Agreement (Copy on file in
ATTEST:s/Carol
Auditors Office). Motion carried unanimously.
Messerly
CarolMoved
by Carlson, seconded by Thode to receive and place on file
Webster
County
Auditor
the
Webster
County
Sheriffs Office quarterly report ending December 31,
2016. (Copy on file in Auditors Office) Motion carried unanimously.
Motion
carried
unanimously.

Moved by Thode, seconded by Dencklau to receive and place on file
Moved
by Campbell,
seconded
byPersons
Leffler toserved
adjourn
the (Copy
meeting.
the FY
2017 2nd
quarter Veterans
Affairs
report
on
Motion
carried Office).
unanimously.
file
in Auditors

Moved by Dencklau, seconded by Carlson to consider selling Stock
s/Carol Messerly
s/Clarkcarried
Fletcher
Certificate
from Landus Cooperative. Motion
unanimously.
CarolMoved
by Carlson, seconded byClark
Thode
to approve selling Stock
Messerly
Fletcher
Certificate
from Landus
to County
Farmofpayments
now
Webster County
Auditor Cooperative due
Chairman,
Board
Supervisors
paid
as Cash
Rent.Claims
MotionRegister
carried unanimously.
Webster
County
Report for 12/31/2013

Moved by Thode, seconded by Dencklau to approve extending
deadline
consideration of Webster
County Newspaper contest
to
ACCESS for
SYSTEMS
copier lease
223.76
February
7,
2017. Motion carried unanimously.
ALLIANT
ENERGY
siren
20.02

Moved by Dencklau, seconded by Carlson to consider Resolution
ALLSCRIPTS
support
3,017.25
in
support of the Enhance Iowa Grant
Application for Trail Expansion
in
AMAZON.COM
OFFICE SUPPLIES
40.97
Webster
County.
hockey
table
350.00
AMUSE-O-MATIC
Moved by Carlson, secondedairby
Thode
to approve the following
AULT, RAY
mileage
55.00
resolution:
BALDRIDGE, RYAN
mileage/meals/lodging
227.36
RESOLUTION
IN SUPPORT OF
THE ENHANCE IOWA GRANT
BENSON, JENNIFER
mileage.meals.lodging
APPLICATION
FOR TRAIL EXPANSION
IN WEBSTER COUNTY 460.64
BARKER COMPANY
supplies
206.55
BOB WHEREAS,
the Iowa Economic
Development Authoritys Enhance
BOMGAARS
Iowa
ProgramSUPPLY
provides CommunityTOOLS
Attraction and Tourism funds for228.92
public
projects
thatCOUNTY
consist ofPUBLIC
land acquisition
CALHOUN
HEALTH and construction for recreational,
cultural, educational or entertainment attractions available to the general
public;

WHEREAS, the Webster County Board of Supervisors supports
pedestrian trails and expanding the current trail system in Webster County;

WHEREAS, the County is working in partnership with the City of
Fort Dodge and the Trails Advisory Committee to expand the existing trail
system for the social, economic and health betterment of Webster County
and the region;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Webster County
Board of Supervisors endorses this trail project and the Enhance Iowa
Grant Application submitted by Fort Dodge and Webster County.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Webster County Board of
Supervisors has committed $115,000 toward this project.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 10th day of January, 2017.
s/Mark Campbell
Vice-Chairman, Board of Supervisors

Attest: s/Doreen Pliner


Webster County Auditor


Corey Keller with Community and Family Resources was not
available to present the quarterly update.

Moved by Dencklau, seconded by Carlson to allow claims. Motion
carried unanimously.

Moved by Carlson, seconded by Thode to adjourn the meeting.
Motion carried unanimously.
s/Doreen Pliner
Webster County Auditor

Mark Campbell
Vice-Chairman, Board of Supervisors
Regular Meeting
January 17, 2017


The Board of Supervisors met in Session on the above date with
the following members present: Leffler, Campbell, Dencklau, Carlson and
Thode. Absent: None.

Moved by Dencklau seconded by Campbell to approve minutes of the
January 10, 2017 regular meeting. Motion carried unanimously.

Moved by Campbell seconded by Carlson to approve promotional
pay increase (from $1,082.49 to $1,222.40) for Kristina Swanson to typist
Advance to Support Recovery Aide as requested by Jessica Wernimont,
Child Support Recovery Unit. Motion carried unanimously.

Moved by Carlson seconded by Thode to receive and place on file
the termination of Ricke Nellis and Laura Gurnett, Transport Officers,
effective January 6, 2017 due to position elimination. Motion carried
unanimously.

Moved by Thode seconded by Dencklau to receive and place on file
to amend date of transfer of Webster County Treasurer Office Clerk, Sara
Lewis to the Webster County Auditors Office, effective January 16, 2017.
Motion carried unanimously.

Moved by Dencklau seconded by Campbell to appoint Gary Nelson
to fill the remaining term to December 31, 2018 of Garrett Geisler on the
Planning and Zoning Board. Motion carried unanimously.

Moved by Campbell seconded by Carlson to appoint Kevin Moe to
fill remaining term to December 31, 2018 of Robert Stark on the Board of
Adjustment. Motion carried unanimously.

Moved by Carlson seconded by Thode to appoint Cathy Mickelson to
fill 5 year term on the Board of Adjustment. Motion carried unanimously.

Moved by Thode seconded by Dencklau to appoint the following people
for terms listed to the Civil Service Commission: Bennett
OConnor
(Supervisors) 2 year term December 31, 2018; Darren Driscoll (Supervisors)
6 year term December 31, 2022; Janece Valentine (County Attorney)
4 year term December 31, 2020. Motion carried unanimously.

Moved by Dencklau seconded by Campbell to receive and place on
file the Semi-Annual Report from the Webster County Treasurers Office for
period ending December 31, 2016. Motion carried unanimously.

Moved by Campbell seconded by Carlson to receive and place on
file the County Recorders Report of Fees Collected for the quarter ending
December 30, 2016. Motion carried unanimously.

Moved by Carlson seconded by Thode to consider waiving taxes
and special assessment for Parcel #1712202044, located at 1107 Beek
St., Gowrie, IA for tax sale deed (P110004-December 05, 2014) obtained
by the City of Gowrie. The delinquent taxes from 2008 thru 2013 total
$4,082.00; Gowrie special assessment is $3,212.77; Grand Total is
$7,294.77 Motion carried unanimously.

Moved by Thode seconded by Dencklau to approve waiving taxes
and special assessment for Parcel #1712202044, located at 1107 Beek
St., Gowrie, IA for tax sale deed (P110004-December 05, 2014) obtained
by the City of Gowrie. The delinquent taxes from 2008 thru 2013 total
$4,082.00; Gowrie special assessment is $3,212.77; Grand Total is
$7,294.77. Motion carried unanimously

Moved by Dencklau seconded by Campbell to approve Amendment
Four; Operations & Maintenance agreement for the Webster County
Facilities.
This addendum continues the Original Operations and
Maintenance Agreement for July 1, 2017 June 30, 2018 in the amount of
$480,118.00. Motion carried unanimously.

Moved by Campbell seconded by Carlson to approve transfer request
from Matt Cosgrove, Webster County Conservation to transfer a $1000

PITNEY-BOWES INC
equipment rental
759.48
POCAHONTAS COUNTY SHERIFF, serve papers
28.50
916.50
POCAHONTAS HEALTH DEPARTMENT, epsdt, t19
POSTMASTER
brm permit/maintenance
835.00
PRAIRIEINET
computer services/internet
469.00
private
donation from General to Conservation
Trust Fund.
Motion
carried unanimously.
R & J MATERIAL
HANDLING LTD SUPPLIES
150.90
REESThere
being no SALES
further business
it was moved by Dencklau seconded
HYDRAULIC
& SERVICE,
by Campbell
to
adjourn
the
meeting.
Motion
carried
unanimously.
PARTS & OUTSIDE REPAIR
1,023.50
RESERVE ACCOUNT
POSTAGE
3,219.30
s/Doreen
s/Merrill
ROSALEZPliner
LOCK & KEY
DOOR
LOCKLeffler
REPLACEMENT 65.00
Webster
County Auditor
Chairman, Board of Supervisors
RYAN, RENEE
mileage
104.03
SCREENVISION DIRECT
advertising
184.00
Webster
Register 01-10-2017
SECURECounty
SHREDClaims
SOLUTIONS
shredding
223.50
4
IMPRINTMOTOR
INC. COMPANY
SUPPLIES
411.88
SHIMKAT
OUTSIDE
REPAIR & PARTS 188.80
A
PLUS
AUTO
GLASS
WINDSHIELDS
566.25
SIDWELL COMPANY
website hosting service
4,500.00
A
STITCH
ABOVE
THE
REST
SUPPLIES
32.00
SIGN-UP LTD
intersection & residence signs2,316.75
ABC
PEST CONTROL
INC
PEST
CONTROL
62.00
SKOGLUND
AUTO BODY
oil
change
42.00
ACCESS
LEASING
COPIER LEASE
166.95
SNYDER SYSTEMS
& ASSOCIATED
INC professional
services
631.27
ADVANCED
SYSTEMS
INC
COPIER
LEASE
20.20
SOCIETY OF LAND SURVEYORS, MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL 115.00
ALBRIGHT,
BETH
PHONE
25.00
STAPLES ADVANTAGE
office
supplies
522.62
ALLIANT ENERGY
UTILITIES
490.42
STOREY
KENWORTHY/MATT
PARROTT,
office
supplies
363.50
ALLIED INVESTMENT PROPERTIES L, RENT
455.00
SURE PLUS
MANUFACTURING CO.,
STOCK
37.56
AMHOF,
ROXANNE
MILEAGE
21.07
SWANSON, BRUCE
well
400.00
ANDERSON
STATION INC
TIREplugging
REPAIR
18.00
THE
MESSENGER
juvenile
probation
239.90
ANDERSON, KATHERINE
MILEAGE
326.83
TREAT
AMERICA
FOOD
SERVICE,
meals
88.32
ANDERSON, MINDY
CELL PHONE
25.00
TROY GROUPING
toners
530.00
ANDREWS,
JULIE INC
MILEAGE
28.91
UNITED STATES
cellMEETING
phones REGISTRATION 364.32
ASPHALT
PAVINGCELLULAR
ASSC OF IOWA,
175.00
USPCA COMMUNICATIONS membership
fees
50.00
AUREON
PHONE
2,326.90
BIRDSELL,
TAMARA
MILEAGE
88.70
VERIZON WIRELESS
cell
phone
761.70
BLACK
HILLS
ENERGY
UTILITIES
692.18
WAHKONSA MANOR
rent
25.00
BOBBARKER
WINDOW
COVERING
425.88
WEBSTER CO TELECOMMUNICA, telecommunications fee 35,651.00
BOCKOVEN,
JIM
RENT monitor
350.00
WELLS FARGO
REMITANCE CENTER,
2,929.91
BOLTON
& MENKCENTER
INC
ENG SVCS
1,624.00
WEST PAYMENT
westlaw
library expense
1,220.60
BOONE
COUNTY
SHERIFF
SERVE
PAPERS
54.00
WEX BANK
fuel
915.70
BURGOS-LOZADA,
JOSE
FEES
35.00
WHITE TRANSFER &
STORAGE CO.,
moving expense
1,798.83
CALHOUN
COUNTY
ECA
UTILITES
9.75
WOODLAND
ACRES
CORP
rent
&
expense
400.00
CALHOUN COUNTY SHERIFF SERVE PAPERS
31.70
WRIGHT COUNTY HEALTH
DEPT INC.,
CALHOUN-BURNS
& ASSOCIATES
wic, ch, mh, epsdt, interpreter,
t19,
5,928.44

PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES 15,229.86
XENIA RURAL
WATER DISTRICT,
WATER
56.36
CENTRAL
IA JUVENILE
DET CENTER,
SVCS
818.00
CHEROKEE COUNTY SHERIFF SERVICE FEES
21.00
COCHRANE, TONI ZEHR
WAGES
3,243.75
COLE, DR DAN, MEDICAL EXAMINER EXPENSE
300.00
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER MEDICAL
102.00
CRIMMINS LAW FIRM
LEGAL REP
120.00
DANIEL TIRE COMPANY
OIL CHANGE
283.55
DAYTON REVIEW
PUBLISHING
677.44
DAYTON, TOWN OF
UTILITES
174.84
DE LAGE LANDEN
COPIER
314.75
DEARBORN NATIONAL
LIFE INSURANCE
565.76
DELL MARKETING LP
LAPTOPS
2,205.56
DES MOINES ANESTHESIOLOGISTS, INMATE MEDICAL
170.00
DES MOINES STAMP MFG CO SUPPLIES
89.45
DICKERSON, MADDIE
PHONE
95.07
DOMINO'S PIZZA
TEEN PARENT NIGHT
21.37
DOORS INC
CLARE SHED
1,006.00
DOUBLE M SIGNS
PARTS
115.00
DOUGHTY AUTO INC
OUTSIDE SERVICES
210.71
ELECTRICAL MATERIALS CO STOCK
93.91
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING SUPPLIES
1,738.17
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING GPS SERVICE
1,207.25
ESTATE OF LONNIE NICHOLS, WAGES/VACA REIMBURSEMENT3,578.14
FASTENAL COMPANY
GOWRIE
2,031.38
FETROW REPORTING INC
SVCS
44.85
FIDELITY SECURITY LIFE
VISION INS
11.80
FORCE AMERICA INC
PARTS & STOCK
182.25
FORT DODGE COMM SCHOOLS SUPPLIES
31.40
FORT DODGE FORD INC
UNIT 225
167.99
FORT DODGE WATER DEPT
UTILITIES
282.79
FREEMAN, SUSAN
WAGES
1,748.07
FRONTIER
PHONE
71.15
FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONS PHONE
884.08
GADBURY, JANET E
MILEAGE
46.80
GARGANO, MARK
MEDICAL EXAMINER FEE 1,300.00
GEHLHAUSEN, DAWN
MILEAGE
230.79
GOLDFIELD COMM SERVICES CORP., INTERNET
39.95
GOVCONNECTION INC
COMPUTER
14,371.62
GOWRIE MUNICIPAL UTILITIES OUTSIDE SERVICES
868.37
GOWRIE NEWS
PUBLISHING
677.44
GRAY SANITATION
GARBAGE
44.00
GREAT WESTERN BANK
SUPPLIES
9,668.22
GREATER FORT DODGE GROWTH ALLI, 1ST QTR 2017
25,000.00
GRELL, MELISSA
PHONE
240.11
GROUP SERVICES INC
SAFE T FUND
15,000.00
HALFWASSEN, ANGIE
PHONE
43.05
HANNA, LAURA
MILEAGE
308.21
HEITRITTER, TRACEY
WAGES
2,460.30
HENDERSON PRODUCTS INC STOCK
368.05
HENRY SCHEIN INC
DENTAL SUPPLIES
544.69
HEPP, BLAINE
ANIMAL CONTROL
2,654.31
HIWAY TRUCK EQUIP CO
STOCK
1,693.42
HOTSY EQUIPMENT COMPANY SHED SUPPLIES
1,089.48
HOWELL, JULIE A
MILEAGE
93.10
HUGGHINS, CATHY
WAGES
462.50
HUMBOLDT COUNTY SHERIFF SERVE PAPERS
22.00
HYVEE INC
BANQUET
40.26
IAAO
DUES
190.00
IDOT
SHED SUPPLIES
51.09
INFO DOG SECURITY LLC
SHREDDING
35.00
IOWA COMMUNITIES ASSURANCE POO., INSURANCE
25,710.70
IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES
SIGNS
566.50
IP PATHWAYS
SERVER UPGRADE
16,555.15
ISAC
SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION 525.00
ISG FIELD SERVICES LLC
ENGR SVCS
68,108.49
J & K MARKETING, JACK BRADLEY, EH SVCS
1,180.00
JOHLL, JACQUE
PHONE
65.67
JOHNSON CONTROLS INC
BLDG MAINT
240,059.00
JOSTEN, KATHLEEN A
PHONE
25.00
KAMMERER, BROOKE
MILEAGE
155.33
KETTENACKER, JESSI
MILEAGE
163.66
KIMBALL MIDWEST
STOCK
794.74
KING COUNTY FINANCE
DIGITAL LICENSE
49.99
KITTLESON, VALERIE
MILEAGE
93.10
KRAFT, STACY
PHONE
170.53
LAKESHORE LEARNING
CHAIRS
275.91
LAWSON PRODUCTS INC
STOCK
1,746.82
LEHIGH VALLEY COOP TELE UTILITES
181.66
LEHIGH, CITY OF
UTILITIES
356.07
LIFE SKILLS PROGRESSION
TRAINING
75.00
LINCOLN, JANEL
WAGES
644.50
LINN, DOUG
WELL PLUGGING
444.96
LOERTS, ERICA
PHONE
72.04
MARTINEZ, NORMA
WAGES
545.00
MATHESON TRI-GAS INC
WELDING SUPPLIES
146.60
MCGILL, ANDREW L
PHONE
50.00
MEDEX SUPPLY
SUPPLIES
178.20
MEDIACOM
BULK BASIC
184.43
MEDLINE INDUSTRIES INC
SUPPLIES
238.64
MENARDS - FORT DODGE
SHED SUPPLIES
733.23
MICHAEL, BRETT
MHA
1,694.83
MID COUNTRY MACHINERY INC PARTS
59.54
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY
UTILITIES
4,591.20
MIDLAND POWER COOPERATIVE, SECURITY LIGHTING
365.00
MIDWEST BREATHING AIR LLC AIR TEST. FILTER
521.81
MIDWEST WHEEL CO
STOCK
2,423.20
MILLER, JODY
COPIES
302.50
MOSBACH, BELINDA
MILEAGE
204.58
NAPA AUTO SUPPLY
BATTERIES
909.88
NEWSOME, VALERIE
MILEAGE
19.11
NICHOLS, TRICIA
MILEAGE
389.07
OFFICE ELEMENTS
OFFICE SUPPLIES
989.30
O'HALLORAN INTERNATIONAL INC., PARTS & STOCK
2,320.41
OLSON, STACI
MEDICAL EXAMINER FEES 300.00
O'REILLY AUTO PARTS
PARTS & STOCK
1,486.62
PARENTS AS TEACHERS
SUPPLIES
215.00
PARTSMASTER
CT HOLE SAW
172.95
PEDERSON SANITATION
GARBAGE
88.00
PETTY CASH SHERIFF
PETTY CASH
53.77
PHOENIX SUPPLY LLC
SUPPLIES
324.97
POWERPLAN
UNIT 298
1,369.23
PRESCOTT, KARI
MILEAGE
137.20
PROSHIELD FIRE PROTECTION

EXTINGUISHER INSPECTIONS 999.50
PROVIDER CLAIM SYSTEMS
RECOUP
258.72
QUILLAN, KRISTIN
RENT
500.00
RBM CONSULTING LLC
MAINT FEES
19,100.00
RESERVE ACCOUNT
POSTAGE
4,337.37
ROGER'S TIRE SERVICE
TIRES & TIRE REPAIR
6,356.61
ROSALEZ LOCK & KEY
SVC, LEVER SET
174.00
ROYAL PROPERTIES LLC
RENT
1,400.00
SAFETY RESTRAINT CHAIR INC CHAIR REPAIRS
210.00
SCHOON, KAREN L
PHONE
50.00
SCHRAUTH, STEPHANIE
MILEAGE
230.30

SWG JV girls lose


to SCC at home

SWG went into the break following a


loss to South Central Calhoun on December 17.
The score was 38 to 55.
Kennedy Gallentine and Kearsten
Hainzinger led the Eagles with 12 points apiece.
Sage Michalski added 7 points. Emma Graves
had 4 points for the Eagles. Carmen Geis had 2
points and Tessa Gibson added a free throw for
1 point.

farenheight. And that doesnt take the wind


chill into account.
Dayton Review
Churches werePHONE
closed on Sunday due
to
SEWARD, BELECIA
109.77
SHEDA,
JENNIFER
MILEAGE
173.47
the
weather.
Many
schools
were
closed
Monday
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
GOWRIE SHED PROJECT 2,664.08
SHIMKAT
MOTOR COMPANY
OIL CHANGE due to the sub98.80
and
delayed
Tuesday morning
SIGN-UP LTD
SIGNS
62.00
SMITH
MEDICAL PARTNERS
TRNG
44.57
zero
tempeatures.
SPRECHER, MEGAN
MILEAGE
174.94
STAPLES ADVANTAGE
OFFICE
SUPPLIES
862.67
Many other businesses decided to
let
STATE MEDICAL EXAMINERS OFFICE, AUTOPSIES
5,063.50
STOREY
KENWORTHY/MATT
PARROTT,
OFFICE
SUPPLIES
their employees
hunker
down,
stay
home,731.99
and
TEAM SERVICES INC
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1,608.25
THE
GARAGE
keep
out ofDOOR
theCOMPANY
cold. INC., OUTSIDE REPAIRS 977.50
TOWN & COUNTRY VETERINARY CLIN, ANIMAL CONTROL
435.25
TRUCK COUNTRY
OF IOWA
PARTS
1,251.68
The extremely
cold& STOCK
weather traveled
UNITY POINT HEALTH TRMC
HEARING TEST
1,121.60
acrossDESAmerica
causingCONTRACT
cold tempuratures
UPPER
MOINES OPPORTUNITY,
SVCS
581.00
US 20 ASSOCIATION
2017 DUES
150.00
acrossLACEY
the nation.
UTLEY,
MILEAGE
77.42
VASQUEZ, NANCY
MILEAGE
20.58
A polar vortex CELL
is a PHONES
circulation of strong,
VERIZON WIRELESS
2,056.48
WALMART COMMUNITY
SUPPLIES
193.48
upper-level
winds
thatINC.,
usually
areSVC
by the northWALTERS
SANITARY
SERVICE
GARBAGE
170.25
WEBSTER CALHOUN COOP TELE, TELEPHONE
ern pole.COUNTY
Usually
theseRENT
winds tend to stay 2,597.82
in118.07
the
WEBSTER
AUDITOR
WEBSTER COUNTY SHERIFF SERVE PAPERS
652.51
arctic
regions. The vortex
and
WEX
BANK
FUEL became distorted463.23
WOOLSTOCK MUTUAL TELEPHONE, COMPUTER SVCS
dippedCOUNTY
muchSHERIFF
farther south
normal. This159.85
alWRIGHT
SERVEthan
PAPERS
26.34
WUEBKER, JENNIFER
MILEAGE
81.35
lowed
the frigid
air to spill
ZOLL
MEDICAL
CORPORATION
AED southward.
7,102.61

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Hoarfrost on trees in Webster County made the
trees glisten brilliantly last week.

THE Dayton
GOWRIE
NEWS
Review

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

t
Veteran's Day at the Capitol

Wednesday was a special day at the Statehouse


d
as
we
celebrated
Veterans Day at the Capitol. It was
s truly an honor to pay
tribute to these true American he-

roes who defended the very freedoms we cherish. Every


one of us has someone we know in our communities or
- are related to who served in the military. I am committed
supporting our troops both past and present. Seeing
e2 to
some of our Korean and Vietnam war veterans Wednesd3 day helps put that commitment and dedication even
- more into perspective. These honorable men and women
carried the weight of a nation on their backs when they
served, and it is important we have their back today, tomorrow and in the years to come.

There are a significant number of veterans residing in Iowa nearly 230,000, according to the U.S.
Department of Veterans Affairs. In recent years, the Senate has passed legislation supporting our veterans such as
various tax provisions, approving a dedicated Iowa Lottery ticket with the proceeds going toward the Veterans
Trust Fund as well as Home Base Iowa.

One of the components I like about The Home
Base Iowa Act is exempting military pensions from state
income tax. I believe the legislature should explore all
aspects of income tax reform, this was a great start. When
we passed this initiative it moved our state in the right
direction when it comes to competing with neighboring
states such as Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio,
South Dakota and Wisconsin.

The Home Base Iowa Act also includes key
measures I support such as directing Iowas occupational
boards to adopt rules assigning credit for military training and experience in the licensing process, and calling
upon the State Board of Education - to follow the lead of
the Regents universities - to grant in-state tuition to veterans, their spouses and dependents at Iowas community
colleges.
Budget

One main topic of discussion in the state house

Behn Report continued on page 12...


The Governor announced this week a new state
website that shows how prepared students are for success
in postsecondary education and training upon graduation
from public high schools in Iowa.

The report, connected to the Governors Future
Ready Iowa Initiative, provides student enrollment in college and career training, postsecondary remedial coursetaking rates, and postsecondary retention and completion
rates that can be connected to every public high school in
Iowa. It is collaboration between the Iowa Department of
Education, Iowa Workforce Development and the Board
of Regents.

Specifically, the website provides the percent-

age of students who enroll in college or career training as


well as remedial math and/or English courses in the first
year after high school graduation at Iowa community colleges or public universities.

Data are available statewide and by Iowa high
school, as well as by student demographic subgroup, such
as race/ethnicity and eligibility for free and reduced-price
meals.

Some of the findings highlighted in the press release include:

71.1% of Iowa high school graduates enrolled
in college or training programs within one year of high
school graduation.

18.9% of those students took a remedial math
class within one year of high school graduation.

9.2% of those students took a remedial English
class within one year of high school graduation.

The report will be updated each year in the
spring. The Postsecondary Readiness Report is located
at: http://educateiowa.gov/postsecondaryreadiness.
TAX REFUNDS

The Iowa Department of Revenue is again
working with the Internal Revenue Service, other state
revenue agencies, and the tax filing software industry
to fight tax-related identity theft and refund fraud. Operation Security Summit, aims for stronger protections
for taxpayers in the upcoming tax filing season that begins because advances in technology have made it much
easier, faster, and more profitable for criminals to steal
tax information, Iowa taxpayers should be aware of some
changes for this years tax filing season. Refunds from
the Iowa Department of Revenue may take longer. The
Department has extensive fraud software built into the
tax processing systemsand this means dedicating more
time to verifying the validity of tax refund claims before
sending out refunds. The hope is that the extra time helps
to ensure the right person gets the right refund and that
criminals get no refund.

Another thing for Iowa taxpayers to be aware of
is that no Earned Income Tax Credit refunds will be paid
until early March. Beginning in 2017, the IRS will be
holding onto refunds of tax returns claiming the Earned
Income Tax Credit until mid-February. This delay was
created to protect taxpayers by giving the IRS more time
to detect and prevent fraud. The Iowa Department of
Revenue will also need to take extra time to apply its own
fraud checks to those refund claims.

Semi Annual Report of Jan Messerly Webster County Treasurer


For the Period July-December 2016
BEG. FUND
BALANCE
July 1
0001
0002
0010
0011
0017
0020
0023
0027
0028
0030
0036
0037
0040
0041
0045
0050
0051
0052
0090
1500
1501
2000
4000
4010
4011
4100
4101
4140
4200
4300
4400
4700
4800
4900
5000
5010
5020
5040
5090
5150
5160
5190
5300
8500
DR

GENERAL FUND
GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL
MH-DD SERVICES FUND
RURAL SERVICES BASIC
WEBSTER COUNTY REGIONAL URBAN RENEWAL
SECONDARY ROADS
R E A P FUND
CONSERVATION TRUST FUND
RECORDER'S RECORDS MANAGE FUND
PUBLIC HEALTH FUND
E911 SURCHARGE FUND
E911 OPERATING FUND
D.A.R.E. FUND
CANINE
County Attorney Collections
SHERIFF CONFISCATED MONIES
CO ATTY CONFISCATED PROP MONIES
LOSST
LONG-SHORT FUND
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND
SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROJE
DEBT SERVICE FUND
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
E911 SURCHARGE FUND
E911 OPERATING FUND
COUNTY ASSESSOR
SPECIAL APPRAISAL FUND
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION
SCHOOLS
IOWA CENTRAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE
CORPORATIONS
TOWNSHIPS
BRUCELLOSIS & TUBERCULOSIS (STATE OF IA)
SPECIAL DISTRICTS
INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS
AUTO FUND
USE TAX FUND
ANATOMICAL GIFT FUND
ADVANCE TAX & TRUST FUND
PROPERTY TAX AGENCY
STATE GENERAL FUND
REDEMPTION TRUST
RECORDERS ELEC TRNSFR AGENCY FUN
MEDICAL INSURANCE FUND
Drainage
COUNTY TOTALS:

5,891,430.57
2,428,860.14
930,790.22
1,357,509.61
321,361.47
4,078,250.05
59,065.10
86,568.25
29,413.75
610,980.42
0.00
0.00
404.46
7,611.56
67,456.81
44,235.51
2,262.25
2,014,191.42
154.00
2,513.26
6,994.00
7,675.35
59,113.28
273,246.06
0.00
707,708.52
0.00
2,111.88
166,697.90
10,303.52
123,067.56
3,828.37
872.92
33,989.10
46,182.90
513,740.50
373,295.90
532.20
88,355.99
6,251.56
3,563.61
112,854.55
495.05
493,206.35
406,153.17
21,373,299.09

TOTAL ENDING FUND OUTSTANDING OUTSTANDING


TOTAL TOTAL AMOUNT
COUNTY
BALANCE
CHECKS &
STAMPED
REVENUES
TO BE
December 31
WARRANTS
WARRANTS
COLLECTED
ACCOUNTED DISBURSEMENT
FOR
S
4,646,424.73
1,484,155.99
1,194,037.94
1,800,063.59
753,609.32
5,051,853.08
22,081.96
303,677.91
3,201.32
1,568,591.93
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
6,264.31
14,812.36
8,781.42
463,926.20
32.38
4,794,023.99
16.84
649,152.85
332,413.66
271,892.76
0.00
626,348.54
0.00
155,639.51
13,460,362.65
1,055,550.46
9,679,061.18
257,589.65
3,013.31
47,806.97
44,411.75
3,704,467.00
2,260,709.13
1,103.50
34,777.72
0.00
6,318.50
222,062.84
3,066.00
1,185,231.80
346,474.95
56,463,010.00

10,537,855.30
3,913,016.13
2,124,828.16
3,157,573.20
1,074,970.79
9,130,103.13
81,147.06
390,246.16
32,615.07
2,179,572.35
0.00
0.00
404.46
7,611.56
73,721.12
59,047.87
11,043.67
2,478,117.62
186.38
4,796,537.25
7,010.84
656,828.20
391,526.94
545,138.82
0.00
1,334,057.06
0.00
157,751.39
13,627,060.55
1,065,853.98
9,802,128.74
261,418.02
3,886.23
81,796.07
90,594.65
4,218,207.50
2,634,005.03
1,635.70
123,133.71
6,251.56
9,882.11
334,917.39
3,561.05
1,678,438.15
752,628.12
77,836,309.09

5,315,060.16
1,414,810.78
1,021,655.81
1,772,448.87
0.00
6,528,708.96
27,872.33
82,059.66
0.00
1,592,346.74
0.00
0.00
115.00
124.57
7,736.53
4,265.86
1,300.00
534,888.00
0.00
919,351.04
0.00
141,094.86
291,286.12
169,350.67
0.00
225,100.28
0.00
155,084.95
13,404,214.76
1,047,936.26
9,719,586.38
254,832.03
3,002.87
44,164.91
46,239.90
3,286,997.50
2,311,678.46
922.45
90,135.49
0.00
7,178.50
303,458.15
3,032.52
1,114,053.32
314,351.21
52,156,445.90

I, JAN MESSERLY, TREASURER OF WEBSTER COUNTY, IOWA DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE REPORT GIVEN
ABOVE IS A CORRECT SUMMARY OF THE BUSINESS TRANSACTED BY ME AS SAID TREASURER DURING THE
PERIOD THEREIN SPECIFIED.

Webster County Treasurer

5,222,795.14
2,498,205.35
1,103,172.35
1,385,124.33
1,074,970.79
2,601,394.17
53,274.73
308,186.50
32,615.07
587,225.61
0.00
0.00
289.46
7,486.99
65,984.59
54,782.01
9,743.67
1,943,229.62
186.38
3,877,186.21
7,010.84
515,733.34
100,240.82
375,788.15
0.00
1,108,956.78
0.00
2,666.44
222,845.79
17,917.72
82,542.36
6,585.99
883.36
37,631.16
44,354.75
931,210.00
322,326.57
713.25
32,998.22
6,251.56
2,703.61
31,459.24
528.53
564,384.83
438,276.91
25,679,863.19

11

122,909.60
119,120.18
6,335.59
21,203.81
0.00
527,476.50
0.00
21,038.98
0.00
83,503.96
0.00
0.00
50.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
70,988.00
0.00
0.00
248.93
2,016.43
0.00
1,459.23
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
175,717.70
346.12
1,152,415.03

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1,075,345.22
1,075,345.22


In the coming
weeks, Iowa taxpayers
may experience correspondence from the Iowa
Department of Revenue.
The Departments fraud
protection process may
require examiner outreach
and taxpayers who receive
correspondence
should
contact the employee listed
as soon as possible to expedite the process.

The Iowa Department of Revenue has also
published the following
tips to help Iowa taxpayers
protect themselves from
identity theft:

Secure your own
computer with firewall and
anti-virus protections that
are always turned on and
can automatically update.

Use strong passwords.

Encrypt sensitive files, such as tax records, stored on your computer.

Be wary of tax
scams.

I have been away
from my office this week
due to the passing of my
beloved Mother, Phyllis.
I am humbled by all the
kind words and messages
received. Thank you for
your thoughtfulness. I look
forward to continue representing the citizens of District 48.

All advertising
needs to be
submitted by
Fridays @
Noon!!

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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

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Bird feed . . .25, 50 lb sizes


Heated water buckets
Snow shovels, many sizes
Pet bowls
Insulated gloves
Insulated muck boots, all sizes

Deadline approaching
to buy paddlefish license
Last day Tuesday, Jan. 31. . .

2017 paddlefish
Iowa anglers have until January 31 to buy their
license for the Missouri and Big Sioux

rivers.

The special paddlefish season runs from March
1 to April 15.

Anglers must buy the paddlefish license on the
DNR website at www.iowadnr.gov or by calling 800367-1188.

A resident paddlefish license sells for $22. Anglers must have a valid Iowa fishing license to buy the
special license.

Iowa anglers rarely get the chance to harvest a
fish of this size, said Ryan Hupfeld, fisheries management biologist.

The average length of fish harvested in 2016
was about 33 inches, but paddlefish have the potential
to reach lengths of over 50 inches and weigh over 50
pounds.

The license, harvest tag, regulations, and survey
card will be mailed to purchasers in February.

The postage paid survey card helps the Iowa
DNR evaluate the success of the paddlefish season, so
please fill out and return survey cards whether a paddlefish was harvested or not.

The Iowa DNR is always working to improve
the paddlefish season for anglers so any input provided is
greatly appreciated.

The paddlefish license is required for the Missouri and Big Sioux rivers, but not for the Mississippi and
Des Moines rivers.

For more information about Iowas special paddlefish season, visit the DNR website at www.iowadnr.
gov/fishing/paddlefish.

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Behn Report...

continued from page 11...

this week has been the state budget. It is no secret revenue growth was lower than expected. As a result, legislators need to find over $100 million dollars in savings
for the current fiscal year. One of the tough parts of this
task is, that since the fiscal year is more than half over,
over half of that money is already spent. This means only
a few months remain to find the needed savings, as required by the law.

Senate Republicans have been pointing out for
years this time would come. We have been warning of
the negative impacts of irresponsible budgeting gimmicks and overspending. We have consistently voted
no on the budget bills passed by the Senate because this
is not how the state should be spending the taxpayers
money.

So, now, we are obligated to fix the budget. We
want to make sure the state is spending your money efficiently and managing your money the same way families
manage their household budgets. We believe we should
not be spending more money than we take in, and we
want you to keep more of your hard-earned money.
State Spending and Jobs

One of the first five bills Senate Republicans
introduced this year after taking the majority in the Iowa
Senate was a provision that would add the 99% expenditure limitation to the state constitution. Iowa law currently requires the legislature to spend no more than 99%
of anticipated revenues for the next fiscal year. This law
was intended to put Iowa on solid financial footing and
provide both taxpayers and those entities receiving tax
dollars confidence, that the state would meet its commitments responsibly.

Senate Republicans propose putting this law
into the state constitution in order to provide predictability and sustainability to the state budget. Job creators
evaluate state spending decisions from the perspective of
someone who balances a checkbook. They know when
the legislature overspends it increases the likelihood
those same politicians will come to their door demanding an increase in taxes to fund those commitments. This
action leads to uncertainty and reduces the incentive to
invest and work to expand the economy, create jobs and
increase wages.

Senate Republican priorities are controlling
state spending, reforming the tax code, and creating an
economic environment favorable to job creation and

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higher wages. Placing the 99% expenditure limitation


into the state constitution is one step the legislature and
Iowans can take to give job creators greater confidence
when they decide to invest in Iowa and ensure Iowans
tax dollars are used wisely.

As always, I want to hear from you. My Senate
number is (515) 281-3371 and my home number is (515)
432-7327 or write me at: State Capitol, Des Moines,
IA 50319 or at my home address: 1313 Quill Avenue,
Boone, IA 50036 or email me at jerry.behn@legis.iowa.
gov.

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rives from our vision of Transforming our communities


by providing coordinated care. This work continues
through our partnerships with all entities, including Public Health, in our communities. When we work through
barriers to wellness, we find that only together can we
provide truly coordinated, exceptional care. The benefits
to our patients when we collaborate are endless, says
Kari Jones.

City of Dayton now


accepting donations
for community projects


The City of Dayton thanks the Iowa DNR for
their REAP City Parks and Open Spaces funding to help
make the Cadwell Park gazebo and rest room project a
reality. The City is accepting donations for the park project, museum project, and Veterans park project.

For more information call 515-547-2711 or
email: cidayton@lvcta.com.

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