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Thursday, September 20, 2012 Mount Ayr Record-News 17 Public Notices County Columns Backhoe Backhoe and Plumbing and Plumbing Roto- Rooter Roto-Rooter RANDY ALLEN Cell 660-582-1201 or 660-564-2511 Clarinda Livestock Auction, LLC SPECIAL CATTLE SALES • All Class Cattle Sale – Thursday, September 27 • All Class Cattle Sale – Thursday, October 11 • Starting promptly at 11 a.m. on weigh cows and bulls; noon on feeder cattle. • All native cattle guaranteed fresh from the farm. CLARINDA LIVESTOCK AUCTION, LLC 1208 E. Garfield • Clarinda, Iowa Owner: Dan Wood • Ph. 712-542-8863 www.clarindalivestock.com I I BUY BUY JUNK JUNK CARS CARS Ph. 641-342-4495 Licensed and Insured Commercial and Residential 641-782-7852 211 S. Elm St. Creston Specializing in BATHROOM REMODELS • Free Estimates • Duct Cleaning • High Efficiency Furnaces and Air Conditioning Units • Geothermal Installation and Maintenance • Radiant Floor Heating Installation and Maintenance • Complete Plumbing Installation and Service OWNERS: Randy and Sandy Gibson Office 641-784-3323 Cell 641-442-5501 FAX 641-784-4298 Lamoni, Iowa SALES EVERY THURSDAY: Next Sale September 20 Sales start at 9:30 a.m. Leon Recycling & Auto Parts Ph. 641-446-7557 Buying all ferrous and nonferrous metals. From cars to machinery, we can pick up anything. If you can deliver, we now have new truck scales on site where we will give you top dollar for your scrap iron. We are also your one-stop shop for nationwide new and used auto parts. CLIP and SAVE MADISON COUNTY AUCTION Winterset, Iowa Regular Livestock Sale Every Tuesday Featuring: Sheep Goats Hogs Cattle ALL SALES START AT 12:30 P.M. Tom and DeAnn Christensen Barn 515-462-2838 Tom’s Cell 515-729-2711 • Home 515-462-1468 Barn: Ph. 712-779-3636 Visit: www.massenalivestock.com for more information Allen Venteicher Owner/Operator Ph. 712-779-0168/779-2082 Mark Venteicher Owner/Auctioneer Ph. 712-779-0169 M ASSENA L IVESTOCK S ALES Ph. 712-779-3636 Sale Every Wednesday at 1 p.m. In your area weekly Call for an on-the-farm appraisal 205 North Boundary Street, Grant City, MO 64456 Ph. 660-254-3592 Located in the heart of Chinatown Tammy Ueligger, Owner Call me for your Special Order Ag Parts! Home Center Ltd. Home Center Ltd. 2101 E. Army Post Road 2101 E. Army Post Road Des Moines, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa • Modular Homes • Modular Homes • Manufactured Homes • Manufactured Homes • Basement Sets • Basement Sets Bob Jones, Marlin W. Bob Jones, Marlin W. 1-800-675-0660 1-800-675-0660 Grain & Livestock Hedging VBI Company Dan Morgan, Analyst 1449 Chestnut, Corning, Iowa • Ph. 641-322-4277 • Full Brokerage Service • Futures or Options • Grains • Livestock • Energies • Metals • Bonds • T-Bills • Financial Futures • Currencies O NLINE A UCTIONS Experience the of BigIron.com Sell on BigIron.com Online Internet Auctions No Freight Costs Reasonable Rates No Buyers Premium Worldwide Marketing Competition Sets High Selling Prices Owner Representation To sell your equipment, call: Tom Shiflett Ph. 641-344-4335 FOR SALE Continuous Fence Panels 6 and 7-rail panels Plenty on hand Can make as many as you need FOR PRICING AND DETAILS, CALL: 641-414-4111 Kyle Norman Leon, Iowa the 4 th day of October, 2010, was ad- mitted to probate in the above named court and that Robert A. Strange, Jr. was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate pay- ment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to oc- cur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 13 th day of September, 2012. Robert A. Strange, Jr. Executor of Estate 1878 US Hwy. 169 Mount Ayr, IA 50854 James L. Pedersen ICIS PIN NO: AT0006167 Attorney for Executor James L. Pedersen, P.C. 201 E. Monroe Street, P.O. Box 386 Mount Ayr, IA 50854 Date of second publication, 27 th day of September, 2012. 30-2t Public Notices _________________________________ Continued form page 15 Kellerton Kathryn Still and Jan Holmes • 783-2123 September 17 - Another suc- cessful breakfast for supper was held Saturday evening at the com- munity center, with over 70 persons in attendance. The food is delicious and the fellowship delightful. Join them the third Saturday of each month at the community center. The food is prepared by the SIPR committee. Next month’s menu is homemade biscuits and gravy, egg casserole, pancakes, bacon, French toast, pastries, fruit and drinks. Kay Doolittle visited in the home of Judy Doolittle Sunday af- ternoon. Rod and Debbie Holmes went to Bedford Thursday afternoon to watch the middle school football game. Their grandson, Tristan Holmes, is a member of the team. Saturday they went to Osceola to watch their grandson, Darrian Holmes, play football. Sunday af- ter church Rod and Debbie went to the Decatur county fairgrounds to watch their grandson, Traevyn Holmes, in four-wheeler competi- tion. Emma Richards of Leon and Alana Doolittle were in the compe- tition, also. Rod and Connie Smith went to Ames Saturday and had a birthday meal with their grandson, Austin Godden, to celebrate Connie and Austin’s birthdays. Sunday Rod and Connie enjoyed a birthday din- ner in the home of Rich and Jodi Hensley. Kathryn Still and Janet Hol- mes went to Lamoni Monday and picked up Cassie Still and all went to the middle school volleyball game in Mount Ayr. Hallie Grace Still plays on the seventh grade team. They won their game over Bedford. Tuesday the sisters and Cassie went to Des Moines shop- ping. Cassie and Jessie Still were at the sisters’ Wednesday. Jesse did some chores outside for his grandma. Cassie stayed overnight Wednesday and Thursday nights. Cassie and Grandma made cookies Thursday afternoon. Jan and Kath- ryn were Creston shoppers Friday. Saturday Katie Still and Mike Mo- nahan stopped by for a short visit. The sisters and the SIPR commit- tee did the lunch for the Lila Over- holzer sale in Mount Ayr Sunday. Ronche, Katie and Jacob Still were supper guests Sunday evening. Blackmore Corner Connie Huff • 772-4748 September 17 - The Black- more Corner Friendship Club met in the home of Jeanette Williams Wednesday. Those attending were Hester Derscheid, Elaine Tutor, Darlene Morgan Sheryol Rush, Louise Cothron, Charlene Ford, Linda Swanson, Judy Mercer and Connie Huff. Linda Swanson was in Bloom- field Thursday and Friday attend- ing the annual district meeting of the United Methodist Women. She and Bob helped at Pioneer Days at the Museum Open House at Ell- ston Sunday. The fifth grade Iowa History tour will be tomorrow Tingley September 17 - The first plan- ning meeting for Tingley’s 2012 Halloween celebration is to be held Wednesday, September 19 at the community building. Watch the paper for more details as plans are made. The Just-4-Fun appreciation supper for the meal site will be held Wednesday, September 26 begin- ning at 5:30 p.m. at the community building. Nothing to bring ... just yourself. What a full day Friday, Sep- tember 21 will be at the meal site. Friday Singers will be there to entertain at 11 a.m., the Ringgold County Public Health will have someone there to take blood pres- sures and Joe Drake, superinten- dent will share information about the Mount Ayr Community school system at around 11:45 a.m. He will answer any questions people have for him. Everyone was saddened when they discovered that Ken Halm had passed away over the week- end. He will be missed in Tingley. You could find him headed for the Tingley meal site every Monday, Tuesday and Friday. He probably came the furthest of anyone who comes regularly. Services were held Wednesday at Powers Funeral Home in Afton. Sympathy is ex- tended to his family. Last Monday was a quiet day for the site. Lots of cards played and fellowship enjoyed. Site council met with Sharon Case, Irma Johnston, Marge Wer- ner and Nancy Jarred present. Sep- tember 26 was set for the annual appreciation supper. Marge Werner shared jokes ev- ery day from a book brought by Dorothy Burgher. Tuesday was hectic. The site’s cook, Cheryl Roach, was absent to keep a doctor’s appointment in Des Moines. Again, with volun- teers, especially George and Naomi Hosfield, meals and activities went on as usual. They and all the vol- unteers’ assistance is appreciated every day. Being Tuesday, the band was there to entertain. Peggy Skarda was on the keyboard as the accom- panist, along with Harold Brown, Marge Werner, Pauline Murphy, Iona Triggs, Dorothy Clough, Bon- nie Manders, Dave Patch, Mary Jane Narigon, Dave and Wilmina Jennings and Dick and Virginia Walden. They were practicing for playing in the park at Ellston on Sunday. Music makes the other work go better. Friday the site’s cook was back and a big number of Friday Sing- ers were present. Darlene Morgan was the accompanist, Bonnie Man- ners the director, along with Pau- line Murphy, Marge Werner, Con- nie Huff, Dorothy Clough, Harold Brown, Mary Jane Narigon, Iona Triggs, Dorothy Burgher, Dave and Marge Patch, Bill and Norma Webb and Dave and Wilmina Jen- nings. They sure sounded good. Happy belated birthday wishes were extended to Dorothy Clough who observed her birthday Sep- tember 13. Happy anniversary wishes were extended to Gary and Dorothy Bur- gher who observed their 51st wed- ding anniversary on September 15. It was good to welcome Ken and Phyllis Robison back on Fri- day. They came to attend the dance being held in Tingley that evening. Clearview Home Clearfield Jeani Swartwood September 17 - Summer is about over and it sounds like the weather will be a little cooler also. There have been some pretty nice days and the farmers are really working at getting the corn out. Monday started off with exer- cise and Jeani reading some short stories from the Reminisce maga- zine. Scott Marcum was the Bible study leader Monday afternoon. All enjoyed cookies and drinks af- ter the lesson. Everyone came to the living room Tuesday morning to play penny pitch and a game of find it. Several items were put in a bag and the residents drew a card and had to find that item in the bag by feel- ing for it. There was a minute timer and many of them did it in just a few seconds. Jean Haidsiak won the penny pitch and Gladys, Cotty, Clara and Jeane England found the items the fastest. Bingo was Tues- day afternoon with Darlene Gilbert winning the large picture frame, the small picture frame and black- out, Cotty Huffman down the B’s & O’s, Gladys Gose the big T and blackout, Lorane, Jean Haidsiak and Ona Knott blackout and Lila Barker and Jean Haidsiak regular bingo. Exercise and trivia were Wednesday morning. Tim Maxa was the minister for church Wednesday afternoon. He also played his guitar for songs. Charlene got the residents out for exercise Thursday morning. Betty Karas had country school after exercise, reading from the “Country Home” book. She also passed out cookies to everyone. The monthly birthday party was Thursday afternoon. They all went to the dining room to play “The Price is Right.” Millie had sev- eral items that they had to guess the price and whoever came the closest kept the item. Wonder bars were enjoyed by everyone after the party. Patty held a retirement party for Linda Anderson Friday morn- ing. Linda spent many years at Clearview caring for the residents and went above and beyond com- ing in on her days off and staying to help after her shift was over. Family, staff and residents all came out to wish Linda the best and en- joyed delicious cinnamon rolls. All are hoping to see Linda back to volunteer at different times. Con- gratulations, Linda, and they hope you get to do some things you have planned. Millie got the residents out for exercise and reading from the book, “Chicken Soup for the Christian Soul,” Friday morning. High rollers was played Friday af- ternoon with Nioma Gaule, Cotty Huffman, Lorane Leonard, Jean Haidsiak, Vera Carson, Gladys Gose and Darlene Gilbert as win- ners. Visitors have been Isabel Trost, Don and Gene Trost and Dave and Sarah Wood with Dorothy Poore; Kerry Saville and Liz Kilgore with Clara Kilgore; Marcia Nick- ell with Dorothy Wetzel; Gary and Jean Taylor and Jack and Dixie Taylor with Lorabel Taylor; Mary Lou Cabeen, Trudy Weaver, Nan- cy Pugh, Wayne Beck and Todd Dicks with Mary Beck; Gary and Carolyn Kessler and Phil Swanson with Alice Swanson; Eric, Sundae and Meghan Nordstrom with Ona Knott, and Betty Karas, Normie Beggs, Mickey Routh and Doro- thea Larsen with several. (Tuesday). Hester Derscheid helped at Pio- neer Days at the museum Sunday. Jeannette Williams had a doc- tor’s appointment in Des Moines Friday and spent Saturday and Sunday with her daughter, Lisa, before returning home.

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Thursday, September 20, 2012 Mount Ayr Record-News 17

Public Notices County Columns

BackhoeBackhoeand Plumbingand PlumbingRoto-RooterRoto-RooterRANDY ALLEN

Cell 660-582-1201 or 660-564-2511

Clarinda Livestock Auction, LLC

SPECIAL CATTLE SALES• All Class Cattle Sale – Thursday, September 27• All Class Cattle Sale – Thursday, October 11

• Starting promptly at 11 a.m. on weigh cows and bulls;noon on feeder cattle.

• All native cattle guaranteed fresh from the farm.

CLARINDA LIVESTOCK AUCTION, LLC1208 E. Garfield • Clarinda, Iowa

Owner: Dan Wood • Ph. 712-542-8863www.clarindalivestock.com

IIBUYBUYJUNKJUNKCARSCARS

Ph. 641-342-4495

Licensed and Insured

Commercial and Residential

641-782-7852 211 S. Elm St.Creston

SpecializinginBATHROOMREMODELS

• Free Estimates• Duct Cleaning• High Efficiency Furnaces and Air Conditioning Units• Geothermal Installation and Maintenance• Radiant Floor Heating Installation and Maintenance• Complete Plumbing Installation and Service

OWNERS: Randy and Sandy GibsonOffice 641-784-3323

Cell 641-442-5501FAX 641-784-4298

Lamoni, Iowa

SALES EVERY THURSDAY:Next Sale September 20

Sales start at 9:30 a.m.

Leon Recycling & Auto PartsPh. 641-446-7557

Buying all ferrous and nonferrous metals. From cars to machinery, we can pick up anything. If you can deliver, we now have new truck scales on site where we will give you top dollar for your scrap iron. We are also your one-stop shop for nationwide new and used auto parts.

CLIP and SAVEMADISON COUNTY AUCTION

Winterset, IowaRegular Livestock Sale

Every Tuesday Featuring:◆ Sheep ◆ Goats ◆ Hogs ◆ Cattle

ALL SALES START AT 12:30 P.M.Tom and DeAnn Christensen

Barn 515-462-2838Tom’s Cell 515-729-2711 • Home 515-462-1468

Barn: Ph. 712-779-3636Visit: www.massenalivestock.com

for more information

Allen VenteicherOwner/Operator

Ph. 712-779-0168/779-2082

Mark VenteicherOwner/AuctioneerPh. 712-779-0169

MASSENA LIVESTOCK SALESPh. 712-779-3636

◆ Sale Every Wednesday at 1 p.m.◆ In your area weeklyCall for an on-the-farm appraisal

205 North Boundary Street, Grant City, MO 64456Ph. 660-254-3592

Located in the heart of Chinatown

Tammy Ueligger, OwnerCall me for your Special Order Ag Parts!

Home Center Ltd.Home Center Ltd.2101 E. Army Post Road2101 E. Army Post Road

Des Moines, IowaDes Moines, Iowa• Modular Homes• Modular Homes

• Manufactured Homes• Manufactured Homes• Basement Sets• Basement Sets

Bob Jones, Marlin W.Bob Jones, Marlin W.1-800-675-06601-800-675-0660

Grain & Livestock Hedging VBI CompanyDan Morgan, Analyst

1449 Chestnut, Corning, Iowa • Ph. 641-322-4277• Full Brokerage Service • Futures or Options • Grains • Livestock

• Energies • Metals • Bonds • T-Bills • Financial Futures • Currencies

ONLINE AUCTIONSExperience the of BigIron.com

Sell on BigIron.comOnline Internet Auctions

✦ No Freight Costs ✦ Reasonable Rates ✦ No Buyers Premium ✦ Worldwide Marketing

✦ Competition Sets High Selling Prices✦ Owner Representation

To sell your equipment, call:Tom Shiflett ✦ Ph. 641-344-4335

FOR SALEContinuous Fence Panels

✦ 6 and 7-rail panels ✦ Plenty on hand ✦ Can make as many as you need

FOR PRICING AND DETAILS, CALL:

641-414-4111Kyle Norman ✦ Leon, Iowa

the 4th day of October, 2010, was ad-mitted to probate in the above named court and that Robert A. Strange, Jr. was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate pay-ment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall fi le them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so fi led by the later to oc-cur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 13th day of September, 2012. Robert A. Strange, Jr. Executor of Estate 1878 US Hwy. 169 Mount Ayr, IA 50854James L. PedersenICIS PIN NO: AT0006167Attorney for ExecutorJames L. Pedersen, P.C.201 E. Monroe Street, P.O. Box 386Mount Ayr, IA 50854 Date of second publication, 27th

day of September, 2012.30-2t

PublicNotices

_________________________________Continued form page 15

Kellerton Kathryn Still and Jan

Holmes • 783-2123

September 17 - Another suc-cessful breakfast for supper was held Saturday evening at the com-munity center, with over 70 persons in attendance. The food is delicious and the fellowship delightful. Join them the third Saturday of each month at the community center. The food is prepared by the SIPR committee. Next month’s menu is homemade biscuits and gravy, egg casserole, pancakes, bacon, French toast, pastries, fruit and drinks. Kay Doolittle visited in the home of Judy Doolittle Sunday af-ternoon. Rod and Debbie Holmes went to Bedford Thursday afternoon to watch the middle school football game. Their grandson, Tristan Holmes, is a member of the team. Saturday they went to Osceola to watch their grandson, Darrian Holmes, play football. Sunday af-ter church Rod and Debbie went to the Decatur county fairgrounds to watch their grandson, Traevyn Holmes, in four-wheeler competi-tion. Emma Richards of Leon and Alana Doolittle were in the compe-tition, also. Rod and Connie Smith went to Ames Saturday and had a birthday meal with their grandson, Austin Godden, to celebrate Connie and Austin’s birthdays. Sunday Rod and Connie enjoyed a birthday din-

ner in the home of Rich and Jodi Hensley. Kathryn Still and Janet Hol-mes went to Lamoni Monday and picked up Cassie Still and all went to the middle school volleyball game in Mount Ayr. Hallie Grace Still plays on the seventh grade team. They won their game over Bedford. Tuesday the sisters and Cassie went to Des Moines shop-ping. Cassie and Jessie Still were at the sisters’ Wednesday. Jesse did some chores outside for his grandma. Cassie stayed overnight Wednesday and Thursday nights. Cassie and Grandma made cookies Thursday afternoon. Jan and Kath-ryn were Creston shoppers Friday. Saturday Katie Still and Mike Mo-nahan stopped by for a short visit. The sisters and the SIPR commit-tee did the lunch for the Lila Over-holzer sale in Mount Ayr Sunday. Ronche, Katie and Jacob Still were supper guests Sunday evening.

Blackmore Corner

Connie Huff • 772-4748

September 17 - The Black-more Corner Friendship Club met in the home of Jeanette Williams Wednesday. Those attending were Hester Derscheid, Elaine Tutor, Darlene Morgan Sheryol Rush, Louise Cothron, Charlene Ford, Linda Swanson, Judy Mercer and Connie Huff. Linda Swanson was in Bloom-fi eld Thursday and Friday attend-ing the annual district meeting of the United Methodist Women. She and Bob helped at Pioneer Days at the Museum Open House at Ell-ston Sunday. The fi fth grade Iowa History tour will be tomorrow

Tingley

September 17 - The fi rst plan-ning meeting for Tingley’s 2012 Halloween celebration is to be held Wednesday, September 19 at the community building. Watch the paper for more details as plans are made. The Just-4-Fun appreciation supper for the meal site will be held Wednesday, September 26 begin-ning at 5:30 p.m. at the community building. Nothing to bring ... just yourself. What a full day Friday, Sep-tember 21 will be at the meal site. Friday Singers will be there to entertain at 11 a.m., the Ringgold County Public Health will have

someone there to take blood pres-sures and Joe Drake, superinten-dent will share information about the Mount Ayr Community school system at around 11:45 a.m. He will answer any questions people have for him. Everyone was saddened when they discovered that Ken Halm had passed away over the week-end. He will be missed in Tingley. You could fi nd him headed for the Tingley meal site every Monday, Tuesday and Friday. He probably came the furthest of anyone who comes regularly. Services were held Wednesday at Powers Funeral Home in Afton. Sympathy is ex-tended to his family. Last Monday was a quiet day for the site. Lots of cards played and fellowship enjoyed. Site council met with Sharon Case, Irma Johnston, Marge Wer-ner and Nancy Jarred present. Sep-tember 26 was set for the annual appreciation supper. Marge Werner shared jokes ev-ery day from a book brought by Dorothy Burgher. Tuesday was hectic. The site’s cook, Cheryl Roach, was absent to keep a doctor’s appointment in Des Moines. Again, with volun-teers, especially George and Naomi Hosfi eld, meals and activities went on as usual. They and all the vol-unteers’ assistance is appreciated every day. Being Tuesday, the band was there to entertain. Peggy Skarda was on the keyboard as the accom-panist, along with Harold Brown, Marge Werner, Pauline Murphy, Iona Triggs, Dorothy Clough, Bon-nie Manders, Dave Patch, Mary Jane Narigon, Dave and Wilmina Jennings and Dick and Virginia Walden. They were practicing for playing in the park at Ellston on Sunday. Music makes the other work go better. Friday the site’s cook was back and a big number of Friday Sing-ers were present. Darlene Morgan was the accompanist, Bonnie Man-ners the director, along with Pau-line Murphy, Marge Werner, Con-nie Huff, Dorothy Clough, Harold Brown, Mary Jane Narigon, Iona Triggs, Dorothy Burgher, Dave

and Marge Patch, Bill and Norma Webb and Dave and Wilmina Jen-nings. They sure sounded good. Happy belated birthday wishes were extended to Dorothy Clough who observed her birthday Sep-tember 13. Happy anniversary wishes were extended to Gary and Dorothy Bur-gher who observed their 51st wed-ding anniversary on September 15. It was good to welcome Ken and Phyllis Robison back on Fri-day. They came to attend the dance being held in Tingley that evening.

Clearview HomeClearfi eld

Jeani Swartwood

September 17 - Summer is about over and it sounds like the weather will be a little cooler also. There have been some pretty nice days and the farmers are really working at getting the corn out. Monday started off with exer-cise and Jeani reading some short stories from the Reminisce maga-zine. Scott Marcum was the Bible study leader Monday afternoon. All enjoyed cookies and drinks af-ter the lesson. Everyone came to the living room Tuesday morning to play penny pitch and a game of fi nd it. Several items were put in a bag and the residents drew a card and had to fi nd that item in the bag by feel-ing for it. There was a minute timer and many of them did it in just a few seconds. Jean Haidsiak won the penny pitch and Gladys, Cotty, Clara and Jeane England found the

items the fastest. Bingo was Tues-day afternoon with Darlene Gilbert winning the large picture frame, the small picture frame and black-out, Cotty Huffman down the B’s & O’s, Gladys Gose the big T and blackout, Lorane, Jean Haidsiak and Ona Knott blackout and Lila Barker and Jean Haidsiak regular bingo. Exercise and trivia were Wednesday morning. Tim Maxa was the minister for church Wednesday afternoon. He also played his guitar for songs. Charlene got the residents out for exercise Thursday morning. Betty Karas had country school after exercise, reading from the “Country Home” book. She also passed out cookies to everyone. The monthly birthday party was Thursday afternoon. They all went to the dining room to play “The Price is Right.” Millie had sev-eral items that they had to guess the price and whoever came the closest kept the item. Wonder bars were enjoyed by everyone after the party. Patty held a retirement party for Linda Anderson Friday morn-ing. Linda spent many years at Clearview caring for the residents and went above and beyond com-ing in on her days off and staying

to help after her shift was over. Family, staff and residents all came out to wish Linda the best and en-joyed delicious cinnamon rolls. All are hoping to see Linda back to volunteer at different times. Con-gratulations, Linda, and they hope you get to do some things you have planned. Millie got the residents out for exercise and reading from the book, “Chicken Soup for the Christian Soul,” Friday morning. High rollers was played Friday af-ternoon with Nioma Gaule, Cotty Huffman, Lorane Leonard, Jean Haidsiak, Vera Carson, Gladys Gose and Darlene Gilbert as win-ners. Visitors have been Isabel Trost, Don and Gene Trost and Dave and Sarah Wood with Dorothy Poore; Kerry Saville and Liz Kilgore with Clara Kilgore; Marcia Nick-ell with Dorothy Wetzel; Gary and Jean Taylor and Jack and Dixie Taylor with Lorabel Taylor; Mary Lou Cabeen, Trudy Weaver, Nan-cy Pugh, Wayne Beck and Todd Dicks with Mary Beck; Gary and Carolyn Kessler and Phil Swanson with Alice Swanson; Eric, Sundae and Meghan Nordstrom with Ona Knott, and Betty Karas, Normie Beggs, Mickey Routh and Doro-thea Larsen with several.

(Tuesday). Hester Derscheid helped at Pio-neer Days at the museum Sunday. Jeannette Williams had a doc-tor’s appointment in Des Moines Friday and spent Saturday and Sunday with her daughter, Lisa, before returning home.