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The Sioux County Index-Reporter Wednesday, October 6, 2010 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT estate shall file them with the clerk councilmen Roger Buys and Roger Rankin and supported by Leusink survey will be created and com- to approve the application, includ- SIOUX COUNTY of the above named district court, Vis-- to forward the final plat to the plated by the students of the local ing the record of performance of IN THE MATTER as provided by law, duly authen- A motion was made by Vaas. Planning and Zoning Commission schools. The results of the survey banks we own in helping to meet OF THE ESTATE OF ticated, for allowance, and unless and supported by Rankin to for their recommendation. Motion will indicate which aquatic ameni- local credit needs. BRIAN K. DE JONG, Deceased so filed by the later to occur of four approve the agenda. Motion car- carried 3-0. ties are popular amongst children. You are invited to submit com- Probate No. ESPR018065 months from the second publica- ded 3-0. Building,Equipment and The next meeting was scheduled ments in writing on this applica- NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, tion of this notice or one month Public Comments and Grounds for Wednesday, October 6. tion/ notice to Colette A. Fried, OF APPOINTMENT OF from the date of mailing of this Correspondence - none - Discussion was held regarding Permits Assistant Vice-President, Federal EXECUTOR, notice (unless otherwise allowed or Consent Agenda - A motion the City's 2006 Massey lawnmow- - A motion was made by Rankin Reserve Bank of Chicago, 230 AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS paid) a claim is thereafter forever was made by Rankin and sup-er. The mower was purchased new and supported by Vaas to approve LaSalle Street, Chicago, Illinois TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED barred, ported by Vaas to approve the and currently has 550 hours on it. the building permit for Russ and 60604. The comment period will IN THE ESTATE OF BRIAN K. DE Dated this 13th day of consent agenda which consisted The mower is currently in need of Carolyn Goold. Motion carried 3-0. not end before November 5, 2010, JONG, Deceased, who died on or September, 2010. of the minutes of the September $1,500 in maintenance. With trade Upcoming Events and may be somewhat longer. The about September 8, 2010: Pamela K. De Jong 13, 2010, meeting. Motion car-in, at the government rate, a new - The next council meeting is Board's procedures for processing You are hereby notified that on Executor of estate ried 3-0. model of the same mower can be scheduled for Monday, October applications/notices may be found the 24th day of September, 2010, 1201 E. 57th Street #12 Ordinance 320 - An Ordinance purchased for $4,250 from Van's 11, 2010, 5:00 p.m. at 12 C.F.R. Part 262. Procedures the last will and testament of Brian Sioux Falls, S.D. 57108 amending Chapter 65, Stop or Implement. A motion was made by Being no further business, a for processing protested applica- K. De Jong, deceased, bearing John D. De Koster Yield Signs. The Ordinance chang- Leusink and supported by Rankin motion was made by Vaas and tions/notices may be found at 12 date of the 13th day of December, ICIS No: AT0001891 es the flow of traffic on Okey Street to purchase a new mower. Motion supported by Rankin to adjourn C.F.R. 262.25. To obtain a copy 1984, was admitted to probate in Attorney for executor and Chestnut Street. The changes carried 3-0. the meeting at 5:35 p.m. Motion of the Federal Reserve Board's the above named court and that De Koster & De Koster would require First Street to yield - A neighboring community has carded 3-0. procedures, or if you need more Pamela K. DeJong was appoint- 1102 Main St., P.O. Box 801 to Okey Street, First Street yields approached the City of Hull regard-John S. Kooima, Mayor information about how to submit ed executor of the estate. Any Hull, Iowa 51239 to Chestnut Street, Second Street ing jointly purchasing a mosquito Les Van Roekel your comments on the applica- action to set aside the will must be Date of second publicationyields to Chestnut Street, a four- control sprayer. The sprayer would City Administrator tion/notice, contact Alicia Williams, brought in the district court of said 13th day of October, 2010 way stop at the intersection of fit in the box of a pickup and the $1006-2 Vice-President and Community county within the later to occur of S1006/1013-1Third Street and Chestnut Street City would be sprayed bi-wsekly Affairs Officer, at (312) 322-5910; four months from the date of the and Sixth Street stops to Chestnut from the streets. The full coat of NOTICE OF APPUCATION to request a copy of an application, second publication of this notice HULL ClTY COUNCIL Street. A motion was made by Vaas the sprayer is $10,000 and the ACQUISITION OFABANKBYA contact Colatte A. Fried at (312) or one month from the date of mail- Proceedings of and supported by Leusink approv- annual chemical cost is $1,500. BANK HOLDING COMPANY 322-6846. The Federal Reserve will ing of this notice to all heirs of the Monday, September 27, 2010 ing the third reading of Ordinance The decision on the sprayer was Vogel Bancshares, Inc., 1020 consider your comments and any decedent and devisees under the Mayor John S. Kooima called 320. Roll call vote was as follows: tabled to contact other communi- Albany Place SE, Orange City, request for a public meeting or will whose identities are reason- the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m. Ayes - Leusink, Vaas and Rankin; ties who have experience with the Iowa, intends to apply to the formal hearing on the application/ ably ascertainable, or thereafter be in the Hull City Council Chambers nays - none. same unit. Federal Reserve Board for per- notice if they are received in writ- forever barred, with the following councilmenAspen Heights Plat - TheParks, Pool and Recreation mission to acquire a bank. We ing by the Reserve Bank on or Notice is further given that all present: Ethan Vaas and Eric final plat for the Aspen Heights - The swimming pool committee intend to acquire at least 90 per- before the last day of the comment persons indebted to the estate Rankin. Councilman Joel Leusink Addition was received from the met on Wednesday, Septembercent control of Farmers Savings period. are requested to make immediate joined the meeting via telephone. Hull Industiral Development22. The committee discussed the Bank, Remsen, Iowa. The Federal $1006-1 payment to the undersigned, and Also present were Les Van Roekel Corporation. The Council reviewed community's expectations of a Reserve System considers a num- creditors having claims against the and Eric Viccaro. Absent were the plat and a motion was made by new aquatic center. A child friendly bet of factors in deciding whether Cross Country: Several Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley runners have personal best Continued from Page 11 Megan Van't Hul in 29th (20:29). Kelsey Kooima and Paige Burggraaf rounded out the Western Christian nmners in 38th and 47th, respectively, with times of 21:57 and 23:49. Tuesday's Results Team Scores Varsity 1, Unity Christian, 31; 2, LeMars, 67; 3, Sioux Center, 90; 4, Westem Christian, 100; 5, Sheldon, 163; 6, Odebolt- Arthur-Battle Creek-Ida Grove, 175; 6, MOC-Floyd Valley, 188; 8, Cherokee, 228; Granville- Spalding Catholic didn't have enough runners for a counted team score. Junior Varsity 1, Unity Christian, 41; 2t, LeMars, 42; 2t, Sioux Center, 42; 4, Westem Christian, 134; 5, Odebolt-Arthur-Battle Creek-Ida Grove, 199 BOYDEN-HULU teams than we have seen this ROCK VALLEY year in our other meets." Castillo earns ninth For example, Jordan Bonestroo ran a personal-best Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley's time of 19:31, which placed Louis Castillo, running him 48th. Boneslxoo was the against perhaps the most second-fastestNighthawk. competitive field he's faced KyleTechen, Matt Foreman this season, was ninth over- all at the Western Christian and Randy Boon also ran var- Invitational. sity for BHRV. Techen's time was 19:39, Foreman clocked Castillo clocked in at 17:42 inat20:27 and Boon at 21:27. and picked up a medal for his In the junior varsity race, work. Colton Van Surksum was Even though the Nighthawks 59th and Blake Wamtjes 67th placed last in the team scores, with respective times of 22:33 first-year head coach Tim and23:14. Bnmsting was pleased with Techen's time was a per- the effort the boys put forth. "I was pleased with how sonal-best by 10 seconds and Foreman's by 16 ticks. we ran yesterday," Brunsting "I said. "There was some tough am happy with our prog- competition and it was good ress and we just have to to run against some different keep working toward hard to improve to our next meet on Instead, the green-and-white THIS WEEK Thursday," Brunsting added, took the week off in prepa- BHRV and Trinity Christian I"RINITYCHRISTIAN ration for the Hills-Beaver will also run tomorrow, No races last week Creek (Minn.) Invitational Thursday, at the George- Surprisingly, Trinitythat took place on Monday. Little. Rock/Central Lyon Invitational at Otter Valley Christian didn't run this past Look in the Wednesday, Golf Course in George. week at the Western Christian Oct. 13, edition of the Sioux Western Christian ran at the Invitational. County Index-Reporter for Cherokee Invitational yester7 details on that event, daY. ~4 Avoid the flu this year , .... 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SPECIALTY CLINICS BEHAVORIAL HEALTH Shawn Scholten, Ed.D Oct 5, 12, 19, 26 Dayton Vogel, Ed.D Oct 5, 12, 19, 26 CARDIOLOGY Deborah Majerus, MD Oct 19 Jeffrey Sykes, MD Oct 12 Joy Taylor, MD Oct 26 Galen VonK MD Oct 21 GENERAL SURGERY Shahid Naqvi, MD Oct 14, 21, 28 Mark Stelzer, MD OCt 4, 18, 25 MEMORY CENTER Gerald Van Es, MD Oct 6, 13, 20, 27 NEPHROLOGY Far'nan All, MD Oct 15 Richard Jensen, MD Oct 14 NEUROLOGY James Case, MD Oct 21 NEUROSuRGERY Grant Schumaker, MD Oct 1 ONCOLOGY Amy Krie, MD Oct t, 15 Donald Wender, MD Oct 29 OPHTHALMOLOGY Gregory Osmundson, MDOCt 20 ORTHOPEDICS Brian Johnson, MD Oct 4, 11, 18, 25 Raymond Sherman, MD OCt S, 19, 26 Jay T. Strittholt, MD OCt 6, 13, 20, 27 PODIATRY Charles Keenan, DPM Oct 7 Nicola Pike, DPM Oct 8, 12, 19, 26, 28 PULMONARY Ross Bacon, MD Oct 12 UROLOGY David Howard, MD Oct 7, 14, 21, 28 Schedule your appointment at (712) 722-8134 EMPLOYMENT OPENINGS FULL-TIME POSITIONS Certified Nursing Assistant, Royale Meadows Home Health and Hospice Secretary PART-TIME POSITIONS Certified Nursing Assistant, Royale Meadows Purchasing Stock Clerk Universal Worker For more information about these positions or to apply, visit website at ~~al.~ or send resume to: Sioux Center Community Hospital & Health Center c./o Human Resource Department 605 South Main Ave., Sioux Center, IA 51250 EOE *Schedtde subject tO change 605 South Main Ave Sioux Center, IA 51250 (712) 722-1271 www.schospital.org ~0