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PAGE 2A " L. ~ .... NEW ARRIVAL ............................... I IIII I I I THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2011 OBITUARIES Kellen Crosby Miller Nate and Stacy Miller of Kalona are the parents of a son, Kellen Cros- by Miller, born October 19, 2011. He was welcomed home by brothers, Noah and Rowan. Grandparents are Dennis and Rosie Miller of Well- man and Phil and Joyce Ropp of Kalona. Great-grandparents are Wayne and Audrey Miller of Wellman. Heidi Yoder Chriss and Regina Yoder of Brighton are the parents of a daughter, Heidi, born November 6. Grandparents are Mahlon and Bertha Yoder of Kalona and Wayne and Verda Nisley of Brighton. Great-grandpar- ents are Chriss and Eldora Yoder, Eldon and Katie Nisley, and Elsie Miller, all of Kalona. Darwin Eugene Yoder Ronald and LeAnna Yoder of Kalona are the parents of a son, Dar- win Eugene, born November 12, 2011. He was welcomed home by broth- ers, Glendon, Kendall, Royce and Matthew and a sister, Treva. Grand- patients are Soloman and Katie Yoder of Kalona and Ivan and Pauline Sc hrock of Illinois. Great-grandparents are Mrs. Ben Yoder of Kalona and Harvey Schrock of Seymour, Missouri. White to 98th birthday A card shower is planned to cel- ebrate Amy White's 98th birthday. She was born November 21, 1913. Happy birthday wishes will reach her at Pleasantview Home, PO Box 309, Kalona, IA 52247 sley Marie Gingerich Tristan and Jacque Gingerich of Riverside are the parents of a 6 lb. 5 oz daughter, Kinsley Marie, born November 4, 2011. Grandparents are Ron and Darlene Gingerich of Riverside, Roger and Pam Williams of Slater. Great-grandparents are Duane and Marilyn Gingerich and Bar- bara Bender all of Kalona and George Drake of Maxwell. Holy Trinity -%. Members of the Holy Trin- ity Parish in Richmond will be si ending part of their Thanks- giving providing a traditional T anksgiving meal for the sur- rounding community. Hoping to reach out to those who might not l ve a place to go for the holiday, they began preparing for the meal in August. .,Organizers say they plan to fRl void left when a church in ona stopped providing a simi. Thanksgiving meal. - The menu includes turkey, ;) niashed potatoes, green beans, rolls, pies and cranberry sauce. : Deliveries will also be made to the homebound. ill '.RSVP is requested by Nov. 22 by calling Joyce Mattes at 656-3276. Some of the volunteers for the Holy Trinity community Thanksgiving meal am left to righ Yalli Rug. glero, Joyce Mattes, Jane Duwa and Sandy #tamer. George A. Herring 1941 - 2011 George A. Herring, 70, of Lone Tree, passed away on Thursday, November 10, 2011, at Mercy Hospital in Iowa City. Funeral services were Tuesday, November 15, 2011, at St. Joseph's Cath- olic Church in Hills. Fr. Jason Crossen and Fr. Bill Kneemlller officiated. Burial was in St. Stan- islaus Cemetery in rural Hills. A memorial fund has been established at the funeral home in mem- ory of George. Online condolences may be sent to the Herring family at www.lewisfuneralhomes. com. George Albert Herring was born February 6, 1941, in Iowa City, Iowa the son of Lawrence E. and Leah Elizabeth (Knebel) Herring. On Janu- ary 6, 1962, George was united in marriage to George A. Herring Betty Seering in Lone Tree. They later divorced. George worked at Sears in the repair shop, then was a route driver for Culligan for 15 years and then worked at the University of Iowa as a custodian for 20 years retir- ing in 2001. George was a member of the St. Joseph's Catholic Church and the American Motorcycle Association. He e oyed his dog, Sadie, riding his motorcycles, driving his 1971 Chevy truck and his 1978 Olds Delta 88. George will be deeply missed by his son, Larry Herring and his wife, Kim of Lone Tree, daughter Lisa Barth of Edgar Springs, Missouri; companion of 18 years, Susan Steele of Lone Tree; one sister, Mary Ann Mullinnix and her husband, Harold of Iowa City; grandchildren, Trisha, Stephanie, John, Mike and Stefan; great grandchildren, Trinity, Tristan, Alisa, Emmette, Kalvin and soon to be born, Brayden; step- children, Sue Steele of Coralville, Tracy Finke and her husband, David of North Liberty and Jim Steele of North Liberty. George was preceded in death by his parents, son-in-law, Glen Barth and his dog, Sadie. Potential IMS students invited Prospective Student Day at IMS - All interested 8th-grade students are invited to check out Iowa Men- nonite School on Monday, Nov. 28. Students will visit classes and chapel, eat lunch on campus (no charge for the meal), and meet other potential classmates. Par- ents are also invited to partici- pate at the beginning of the day by attending a brief question-and- answer session at 8:15 a.m. Those planning to attend should respond by Nov. 21. All inquiries should be direct- ed to Enrollment Director Candi Schmieder at 656-2073, 683-2586, or candi.schmieder@gmaiLcom & NASCAR Nov. 9 am to 2 7' *: k i! i The initial vote tally for the to renew the town's local option voters turning out to cast ballots Teresa Hazelett, Troy McCarthy Kiverside city election saw Mayor 1-cent sales tax, with 221 yes votes in three uncontested races. Ken and Brad Brown ' elected to the Brian McDole unseated by the and 120 voting no. Herington received 85 votes out council. mayor he defeated two years ago, The hotly contested race saw a of the 90 cast for mayor. Claudine Wellman Bill Poch- 198 to 169. large turnout for the city election, Miller Zahradnek received 79In Wellman, four candidates i: With seven candidates running with 352 of the 736 registered vet- votes and Greg Schmidt received vied for three seats. The top vote three seats on the council, ers casting ballots - a 51.09 per- 80 votes for the two open council getters were Marc Pennington, I" lr Cumbent Rodney Walschmidt cent turnout - by far the largest seats. 164; Johnny Schwartz, 153; and frilled to collect the needed votes percentage for city elections in Ainsworth Steve Slaubaugh, 150. Bob Go- for reelection. The top three vote Washington County. In Ainsworth, voters approved odrich received 75 votes. :g ters were Christine Kirkwood, Poch said Wednesday that therenewing the town's local option Wellman voters overwhelm- i 194; Robert Schneider Jr, 177; and voters have spoken. The large 1-cent sales tax 37 to 7. The coun- ingly approved renewing the local :Nate Kasdorf, who edged out Tom turnout meant that Riverside res- cil balloting was uncontested with option 1-cent sales tax 160 to 38. ' xton 161 t0 I 0. idents want a voice in their city On Wednesday morning, Sexton government. he was th king of asking One goal when becoming n yor, RICHMOND AMVETS ANNUAL :.:,recount, but added he had been he said, is to have councilmeet. . //TURKEY i old that this was usually done ings either streamed on the Inter. (when a count was that close, net or through Mediacom. : ii-Aspokespersonforthe Wash- Poch said he also wants to work. TDD! D . gtori County Auditor said their ing in bringing a grocery store to 0mce would be canvassing the Saturday Nov 19th balloting. She noted that the ini- A third goal, he added, would :: unomc counts were a most be to bring the Riverside busi, At Richmond Am Vet post 107 in Richmond :::always the same after the can- nesses together to work out a Serving from 5 to 8 PM * $10.00 per person : y ssing -* which are then certified- downtown revitalisation plan and children under 0-$5, canToutsavallable. 3t9 $ -2809 :?and sent to the Iowa Secretary of to carry it through. :State's office. Kalona :Needing a simple majority to Kalona saw a 5.65 percent voter Riverside residents voted turnout of the 1,592 registered PRE-THANKSGIVING SALE !: The " Clothes Loft : STORE WIDE Above Kslona Furniture NOVEMBER 17TH 210 5th Street TO THE 19TH 319-656-2700 Fisher Agency, Ltd. COIl)WELL BANKER OPEN H()USES You're Invited,!! 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