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Lyon County News, Inc. Page 4 June 17, 2010 Mustangs defeat Warriors in six innings• Monday, June 7, the G-LR/CL Girls Softball team hosted the Sioux Center Warriors in Rock Rapids. Ab- bie Ackerman threw a two-hitter for the Mustangs and had four strike- outs in her win over the Warriors. The Mustangs scored two runs in the first inning and two more in the fifth before adding on six in the sixth inning to push their lead to 10-0 and end the game in six innings. Mustangs take tough loss in 10 innings I Area residents elected to be officers for Morningside and third. A walk then loaded the College chapter of Iowa State Education Association bases and an RBI single scored the Moruingside College students winning runs for the Wildcats. Christie Meyerhoff, daughter of Taylor Klingenberg and John Keith and Carol Meyerhoff of Estep each gave up one hit on the George, Iowa, and Sabrina Sie- mound in the 10th inning, perda, daughter of Scott and Amy The G-LR Mustangs suffered a tough loss at West Lyon on Wednes- day, June 9 in 10 innings. The Wildcats got a run in the first inning off Mustangs starting pitcher, Ethan Hopp. Ethan gave up six hits, walked three, had five strike-otlts and allowed just one earned run. The Mustangs came back in the sec- ond inning and tied the score at l but West Lyon hurler shut the Mustangs down after that. Mitch Van Briesen gave the Mustangs the lead in the top of the 10th inning on a home run. In Scoring for the Mustangs was as the bottom of the 10th, the Wildcats follows: started out with a single and stole sec- Kiley Eckenrod two hits, onebase- end. An error on the Mustangs put on-balls, two stolen bases, three runs another Wildcat on base who also scored; Jessica Hilbrands one hit, stole second to put runners at second one RBI;.Brooke Klaahsen three Hitting forthe Mustangs was Jeff Sieperda of Rock Rapids, Iowa, Wagenaar with one hit; Judd were recently elected to be officers Rosenboom with one hit; Johnfor the Momingside College chap- Estep with two hits, one a double; ter of the Iowa State Education Mitch Van Briesen had one hit, a Association-Student Program for home-run and one base-on-balls the 2010-2011 schoolyear. and scored one run; Ethan Hopp Meyerhoffwas elected treasurer, had one hit and one base-on-balls; Ethan Van Briesen had one hit and one hit-by-pitch; Brandon DeBoer had One base-on-balls and scored one run; Austin Clark had one hit, one base-on-balls and one RBI. and Sieperda was elected historian. Meyerhoff is a 2008 graduate of George-Little Rock High School, and Sieperda is a 2008 graduate of Central Lyon Community School. George, IA Recreational Trail Hosts 3rd Annual Fun Run & Walk The George Recreational Trail Committee, in conjunction with the George, IA 4th of July Celebration Committee, is proud to announce that they will be hosting a "5K Fun Run and Walk"on Monday, July 5. This will be held during the annual George 4th of July festivities. Registration begins at 7:00 a.m. with the races beginning at 8:00. There is an entry fee and a late fee will be changed after June 21. Medals will be given to the top 3 finishers in each of the age and gender brackets: All participants will receive a T-shirt and refreshments. The race is held on the recreational trail in George, beginning at the intersection of L-14 and A-34. For more information or to contact Kristi Landis at 712-475-2862 or e-mail flandis@mtcnet.net The goal of the organization is Christie Meyerhoff , I base-on-balls, one RBI, two runs[ [ to widen the experience of edu- [1 lllellsso's + lll lap scored; Kelli Staff two. hits, one a 1Vlu tangs blank Lions in six innings cation students by bringing in triple, two RBIs, two runs scored; [ S [ A weekly column aboht plants, yards & gardens speakers to talk about topics con- Morgan Dreesen three hits, five Due to a wet field in George on Mustangs was as follows: John ceming education; to improve the Melissa O'Rourke-ISU Extension Horticulture Educator RBIs; Katie Kroon had two hits; Kar- Friday, June 11, the G-LR vs. Cen- Estep two hits, one RBI; Taylor competency and confidence of stu- forLyon-O'Brien-Sioux counties• lee Stubbe one base-on-balls and tral Lyon baseball game was moved Klingenberg two base-on-balls; dent educators; and to help educa- --- -- scored a run; Brenda Hofer had two to Rock Rapids. The MustangsMitch Van Briesen one hit-by-pitch, tors get to know one another out- It's never too late to start May. Now the soil is warm, the sun base-on-balls and scored one run. jumped out early to a 2-0 lead after one stolen base, and scored two runs; one inning and went on to take a 11-0 Ethan Hopp three hits, one RBI, two side of the classroom. This organi- Izardeninl is shining. It s the perfect time to win in six innings., stolen bases, one run scored; Ethan zation also strives to be involved in Timing .... is nnportant - but espe- work, ......... the soil and plant some• seeds.. [ Mustangs defeat [ Taylor Klingenberg was on the Van Briesen one base-on-balls, one community service activities, ciall when it comes to ardenin You snoula not hesitate to plant there is no perfect time to start. In vegetable seeds in our warmed sod. 1 Warriors in Siouxland [ mound for the Mustangs. Hegaveup hit-by-pitch, one run scored; Mat- The Momingsid'e chapter is Y g g' • • truth, any time Is the g • " i Baseba||[ I = four hits, walked one, had three thew Grave one hit, one RBI, two associated with the Iowa affiliate of " " " ri ht time It is surprising how quickly the I Conference strike-outs and allowed no runs. runs scored; Austin Clark one hit, the National Education Association. I started gardenmg" very early, m: seeds ....... will sprout and the .... little seed- nngs Will expIoae wire growth as Judd Rosenboom started the Mus- one RBI, one base-on-balls; two Members become invoNed in to- life, too early for me to have a clear The George-Little Rock Mustangs tangs out in the first inning with a runs scored; Colin Sandbulte two pics such as the No Child Left memo of it Thanks to my mom we start having more consistent hosted the Sioux Center Warriors in line-drive single. For the night, Judd hits, two RBIs, one run scored. Behind Act and tips on gaining em- ry . " st 'a ba warm weather Siouxland Conference baseball on went 3-for-5 with three RBIs, one With the win, the Mustangs im- ployment. - .... and grandma, J was ju by n " r" rr t e n Co side ca o s, b a s and Monday, June 7. The Mustangs came run scored, and two stolen bases, prove their record to 4-3 overall and The faculty advisor for the Mor- Sabrina Sieperda when they carried me out to the . . . . i] squash (espeemlly summer varle garden. I was a preschooler when I out on top, 6-2. The balance of the hitting for the 3-3 in conference play. ningside student chapter is Dr. had m ve own' rows of radishas ties), as well as successive plantings Taylor Klingenberg went the dis- David Chobar, associate professor ft i y ry ..... . . i tance for the Mustangs allowing just ] ] C0ED SO ball fugue carrots and corn I was responsible of radishes. You can enjoy a variety four hits, two runs, seven walks, and [ Mustangs pound out six hits but I of education. ..~ ..,~ .;...~ . ~'~n; .... n ,,;,.v;,.. of leaf lettuce that you'll be able to striking out 14 Warriors to take the week two results oe n's" 'ci l"v ';tab;es k'fTur harvest continually for much of the ] [ Y "P "" "ge' "iect "o summer and into fall If you've pitching win. only one run at West Lyon The second week of COED Soft- year-o|a woum not ao a per j o ...... " .... The Mustangs scored four runs in ball vas a soggy one. The rain over out ........ mom aria granoma wantea to never nan me. pleasure or Kale m your salad mix, try several of the the first inning to take the lead 4-1 Wednesday, June 9 the G-LR/CL She gave up five hits and no earned the past week has saturated" the instill in me a love for the soil and! NEED TO KNOW after Sioux Center had taken the lead Mustangs were on the road to West runs. in the top of the first. The Mustangs Lyon for Siouxland Conference The Mustangs had six hits but Buckle Up andStop Texting! ground plus more rain fell as the all things green and growing as many varieties. And herbs like ran the bases well, scoring four of Softball. The Mustangs took a 1-5 were only able to get the one run their runs on passed balls. G-LR loss. across the plate. Offensively for the added two more runs in the fifth in- The Mustangs scored first, getting Mustangs Kiley Eckenrod had one ning. a run in the first inning, but leaving hit, one base-on-balls and scored the Hitting for the Mustangs went as the bases loaded when the third out Mustangs only run. Jessica Hil- follows: Jeff Wagenaar had one hit, was made in the inning. They again brands, Kelli Starr, Ashley Sand- one base-on-balls and scored a run; loaded the bases and were unable to bulte, Karlee Stubbe, and Brenda John Estep had two hits in three at- get a run across in the seventh in- Hofer each had one hit, Kelli's hit bats and scored one run; Taylor Klin- ning. was a triple. Brooke Klaahsen Abbie Ackerman handled the reached on a walk. Kiley Eckenrod genberg was hit-by-a-pitch two times and scored two runs; Mitch pitching duties for the Mustangs. .and Jessiea Hilbrands each had a stolen base. Van Briesen had a base-on-balls, a sacrifice and scored a run; Ethan Hopp had one base -on-balls and an RBI; Ethan Van Briesen had one hit, one RBI and scored a run; Matthew Grave reached one time on a walk. Mustangs struggle at I Central Lyon Tourney I Saturday, June 12 the G-LR Mus- tangs participated in the Central Lyon Invitational Tournament. The Mustangs dropped two games in the tournament. They lost 2-10 to West- ern Christian and 1-13 to Kingsley- Pierson. Western Christian In the Mustangs game against Western Christian, John Estep and Colin Sandbulte shared the pitching duties, each pitching three innings. John gave up four hits and four earned runs and Colin gave up eight hits and five earned runs. The Mustangs were able to get seven hits in the game, but could only get two runs across the plate. Austin Clark had two hits in three at-bats for the Mustangs, one of those a double and he had one RBI. The remainder of the hits came off the bats of Judd Rosenboom with one hit and one sto- len base; Dustin Ackerman with one hit and one RBI; Ethan Hopp with one hit; Matthew Grave one hit, one base-on-balls and scored a run; Colin DO you have important papers you would like to preserve? We can now laminate therefor you;You Can have any size up to 8 1/2" wide laminated• for an 8" x 11" sheet Lyon County News, Inc. George, IA - Phone - 475-3351 The number of drivers and passengers who use seat belts has been climbing nationwide, according to statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and "Click It or Ticket" campaigns. National seat belt use has jumped from 58 percent in 1994 to 84 percent in 2009, due in large part to high-profile campaigns and' enforcement. If only drivers nationwide would stop texting on cell phones while on the road, which greatly increases risk of accidents. Sin'prisingly, a~$mid-2010, on12~ about half the st es in the country have banned i texting while driving, according to statistics from the NHTS . ' G-LR Middle School Honor Rolls Semester 2 Jacob Hilbrands Jessy Stueven Maranda Leemkuil 6th ~rade Trevor Klaassen Kayla Weishuhn Kassie Peters Spencer Carstensen Maranda Leemkuil . Thomas Schilling Alicia Case Kassie Peters Quarter 4 Mary Stratman Ashley De Boer Thomas Schilling 6th rade 8th rade Miranda Dreesen Mary Stratman Spencer Carstensen Ethan Christians Alicia Case Jordyn Clark Maitland Dykstra 8th rade Ashley De Boer Madeline De Beer Clarissa Gerken Ethan Christians Miranda Dreesen Kiely Gerken Jordyn Clark Joseph De Boer Laura Heibult Madeline De Beer Isabelle Johnson Jasmine Dirks Conner Jurrens Reid Guse Isabelle Johnson Joseph De Boer Nicole Maggert Conner Jurrens Jasmine Dirks Elizabeth Hansmann Nicole Mc Comas Jesse Henrichs Nicole Maggert Anthony Green Darien Middendorp Nicole Mc Comas Reid Guse Jacee Johnson Darien Middendorp Elizabeth Hansmann Mariah Ter Hark Allyssa Krull Mariah Ter Hark Jesse Henrichs 7th rade Tayler Kruse 7th ~rade Jacee Johnson David Aeikens Taylor Kruse David Aeikens Brent Klingenberg Emily De Boer Jessica Sandbulte Emily De Boer Allyssa Krull Jacob Dickmann Heather Sohl Jacob Dickmann Tayler Kruse Danielle Eben Jessy Stueven Danielle Eben Taylor Kruse Zachary Fugitt Kayla Weishuhn Alix Fleming Jessica Sandbulte Jacob Hilbrands Sandbulte had one hit. Zachary Fueitt Heather Sohl Trevor Klaassen | I lffngsley Pierson It took just five innings for King- sley~ierson to defeat the Mustangs 13-1. Mustang pitchers Judd Rosen- boom and Colin Sandbulte gave up 10 hits between them and five earned runs. The Mustangs were able to get just four hits against Kingsley-Pierson. Judd Rosenboom had one hit and one stolen base; Dustin Ackerman had one hit; John Estep had one RBI and one stolen base; Mitch Van Briesen had one hit and two stolen bases; Ethan Van Briesen had one base-on- balls; Matthew Grave had one hit and one stolen base; Austin Clark had one base-on-balls and scored the Mustangs only run; Colin Sandbulte reached one time via a walk. Bob Dreke m 712-472-3863 Stump removal services also. Deon Junge June M, 101 S Maple Po Box 160 ........ 2010032101 Little Rock Susse Brian, 302 Rice Ave .................. 2010050286 Roberson Avis ........................... 2010003279 Hoting Anita, 4491 130th St .... 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Holland Ruth A, 106 S Oak St 4 ........... ..... 20100O5393 I Mail to: I State Treasurer Published Name Michael L• Fitzgerald's Published Address =ublished Number GREAT IOWA TREASURE HUNT tour Name ,urrent Address ...... 2010006287 ..... 2010006287 SI . 2010017745 ...... 2010012297 ...... 2010007127 .... 2010033017 Lucas State'Office Building ~itV State Zil0~ Des Moines, IA 50319 ::,~ YOU WILL BE ASKED TO PROVE OWNERSHIP games were being played on June 14. Following are the r sults from this week: P & K Installation ......... 13 Sudbeck Trucking .......... ,3 Harms Ag services ........ 18 Last Call Saloon 2 .......... 5 GTi (Gisolf Trucking) ....... 15 Donaker-Mitchell Excavation.... 9 Last Call Saloon I ......... 13 Hair Hut ............... 4 The schedule for June 21 will be as follows: 6:45 - Hair Hut vs. Harms Ag Serv- ices 7:30 - Sudbeck Trucking vs. Donaker-Mitchell Excavation 8:15 - Last Call Saloon 1 vs. Last Call Saloon 2 9:00 - GTI (Gisolf Trucking) vs. P &K Installation Standings after two weeks of play are as follows: PL Team Record Tota I Runs Scored 1 Harms A9 Services '2-0 35 2 Last Call Saloon 1 2-0 31 3 GTI (Gis01f Trucking) 1-1 30 4 P & K Installation 1-1 23 5 Last Call Saloon 2 1-1 19 6 Hair Hut 1-1 17 7 Sudbeck Trucking 0-2 16 Donaker-Mitchell 9 0-2 14 Excavating early as possible. They succeeded, basil, oreganoi thyme and cilantro love the heat and sun. What a blessing this has been in my . life.+ Your area garden centers may But perhaps you're a person who still have a few already-started bed- has never gardened at all - although ding plants such as tomatoes and you've often had the notion that peppers. These fruiting plants do gardening is something you'd like need an early start and a long grow- to try. It's not too late! If you don't ing season. You'll be surprised to know where to start, try a few con- find that you'll have tomatoes along tainers, or spade up a small, sunny with everyone else who set their corner of the yard. There's help at plants out earlier. your local library -- books and Don't forget the flowers. Plant magazines on gardening abound, some sunflowers, zinnias, and cos- Better yet, ask your neighbor, sos: When planted earlier, these friend or family member for advice, annual flowers can sometimes start Gardeners love to "slaare their inter- dying back by mid- to, late-summer. est with others. You can even call By planting, now, you'll have your local ISU Extension office for flowers from mid-summer into the ideas and assistance! fall. Each spring, many gardeners Want to add to or start perennial pride themselves on early planting• flowering plants or ornamental Just as soon as possible, we think grasses? Your gardening centers we should be working the soil, set- may be having some great sales ring out the bedding plants and get- now, and it is definitely not too late to plant. ring the seeds started. Every year, I As the warmer, sunnier days up- hear people say, "I was so busy this spring, and then there were grad- preach, keep everything well-wa- nations, and I just didn't have time tered, and enjoy. to get a garden in this year - and Any questions? Contact me at now it's too late." No, it isn't! momurke@iastate.edu - or give me a call at your Lyon, O'Brien or June is really the ideal time to Sioux County ISU Extensiqn plant a garden, especially this year. We had some nice weather in April, offices. followed by a fairly cool wet 'Til next week, happy garden- ing! I Friday, June 25, 2010 Sale starts at 6:00 P.M. Sale held at the Smit storage facility located at the south edge of George, IQwa. APPLIANCES: auto washer & dryer * upright freezer * side by side fridge * 13" & 15" TVs with built-in DVD/VCR * RCA 20" TV * stereo system * VCR * roaster * air purifier * table & floor lamps * toaster oven • coffeemaker * other kitchen & HH appliances HOUSEHOLD: couch * kitchen table w/2 roller chairs * 3 piece bedroom set * 2) chest of drawers * roll top desk * 2) end tables * 2 drawer wood file * microwave cart * card table * wood chairs * records * movies, tape & DVD * CD's * wall pictures & dOcor * other items , / ! OUTDOOR & TOOL: 2) gas grills * 4) metal stack chairs,* pickup topper for full size Chevy * 4 alum ] stepladder * lawn chairs * some hand & garden tools * other items ,, ~ !• NOTE: This will not be a long auction. Somevery nice things from Oscar's" Estate that have been in short-term storage. We could not see everything well in the storage unit, we may find more! So stop by for a look! • Daniel Stevens Estate Immediately following Will be the Sylvia Bomgaars Family personal property. ANTIQUE: kitchen cabinet w/flour sifter * wardrobe * painted wainscoat cabinet * enamel top cabinet * 100's of Avon figurines, products, nativity * local ad items * crocks * phone/radio * trunk* school desks * fern stand * captain chair * blanket boxes * girls bike * sew machine base * porch poles * milk cans * CI pan * 3) small shopping carts * chicken feeders * string holder * hand schythes * rinse tub & others * meat hooks * reel mower * hand corn planter * garden cultivator * evener * grate * meat saw * wood barrel & baskets * tin seat * well pump * enamelware * coal pail * lard press * steins * table scales * lanterns * radio * saw * roller & ice skates * lamp brackets * other items HOUSEHOLD: 3 piece BR set * 2) chest of drawers * wood & steel cabinets * kitchen table & chairs * desk • occasional chairs * 6 leg table * entertainment center * sew machine w/cabinet * end tables * 17" TV * lamps * jewelry cabinet * pots, pans.* fan * vac * stepstool * card table * dehumidifier * kitchen utensils * ' holiday figurines * games * fiber optic tree & house * plastic ware * baskets * snipplers *. SS kettle * apple peeler * other items TOOL & OUTDOOR: porch swing * 3) trikes * wood ladder * stepladders * wheelbarrow * steel shelving * hand & garden tools + Klaassen Auction " ,712-754-2005 or 712-754-3500 S&K - Clerk Photo ID required Terms: Cash or good check Not responsible for accidents or theft www.klaassenrealty.com