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Buffalo Center Tribune (Newspaper) - April 30, 1998, Buffalo Center, Iowa V M Vll l f Y 1 I K V i u 0 u At il M MI W i i 11 i i 11 THE FOUR HIGH SCHOOL vocalists in this Tribune photo were involved in four duets at the State Music Contest at High School April 18 where North Iowa came away with fourteen I ratings from the Thirteen Ts were received by the vocal music department directed by David Kakacek and Carmen Garst was awarded a I for her trumpet solo from the high school instrumental music department headed by Jeff in his first year at Seated left and right are Heidi Jensvold and Jessica Heyer with Matt Doden left and Christopher Hill The I ratings in the duet competition were earned by Heyer and Heyer and Doden and Jensvold and Doden and The four high juniors seated and seniors will be among the singers of the North Iowa High School Music Department who will be presenting their spring vocal concert in the school auditorium Tuesday May 5 beginning at Among the choirs to perform are the 9th Grade Mixed the 1012 Mixed and the Swing All three choirs are under the direction of David high school vocal music New Me Ministries Plans Installation his alarm David Meyer has answered another call and this call will come to fruition May 3 when he is formally installed as pastor at New Life German southwest of Buffalo Pastor Meyer has answered two very important calls the first from the Lord when He called him to the ministry three years ago and he began to rearrange his schedule in operating a 4750 cow dairy farm near West Union making room for Biblical studies with Apostolic Team The second call came from the congregation at New Life Ministries when they extended the call for him to come and take over the active pastorate of their The invitation included his Julianne and four children Alex 13 10 and They accepted Continued on page 9 Pastor David Meyer After his young and formative years on the farm and nearly seventeen years of marriage answering the early morning call of TORNADO SIRENS 10 BE TESTED The Tornado and warning sirens in Buffalo Center are scheduled to be activated in a series of five test soundings during the month of May The two sirens will be triggered at oclock each Friday morning during the month in an effort to permit our residents to become familiar with the two distinctly different The first siren to be activated each Friday will be the tornado Siren at and after a fifteen minute the Siren will be sounded at Residents reminded to familiarize themselves andjo jearn the difference In sounds two severe weather develop of which sNn Is being sounded 1 1 f dates and in the mm Public Television Offers Gubernatorial Candidates Debates On May and May Iowa Public Television will broadcast Campaign 98 The Des Moines Register Candidates The May 11 debate will feature Republican candidates for Jim Ross Lightfoot of David Oman of Des Moines and Paul Pate of On May debate will be between Democrats Mark McCormick of Des Moines and Tom Vilsack of Both debates are sponsored by the Des Register newspaper and will be moderated by Editor Dennis Ryerson said questions for each candidate will be submitted by readers and voters rather than Voter groups will also be assembled at community colleges in Ottumwa and Webster They will question the candidates by way of the Iowa Communications the states fiber optic telecommunications The debates come just three weeks prior to the June second Watch Campaign 98 The Des Moines Register Candidates Debate May 11 at and May 12 at on all Iowa Public Television stations including Channel Fort Dodge Channel Mason and Cable Channels 7 and 13 hi Buffalo CityWide Garage Sales June 6 June 6 has been determined as CityWide Garage Sale Day in Buffalo The hours will be to Anyone interested in participating in this citywide event is urged to contact Shelley Armstrong before May 29 to have their name included in any You may contact Shelley at 5622534 after Mothers Pay High Tea Puffet May 9 Pastimes in The Heiman House will hold a Mothers Day High Tea Buffet on May The which consists of elegant fancy foods and tasty will be served from to Reservations to reserve a time and table for the Mothers Day High Tea Buffet may be made by calling Many craft items and gifts will also be on See their advertisement in this Lakota Greenhouses Open This Weekend This Saturday and May 2 and 3 from to the Lakota Greenhouses will be open with new plants and flowers ready for this Keith and Mark of Greenhouses invite area residents to come and see everything that is available for you to plant in your flower Regular hours at the Lakota Greenhouses are Monday through to Read the advertisement in this issue of the To Discontinue Fish Frys at Sports Club The Sports Club announces that the Friday night Fish Fry will be discontinued for the tune A Birthday Party for Kelly Sabin is scheduled for May 2 with music by Sound A Benefit Party is planned for May 22 to raise money for James Watch for more information on this special An advertisement regarding these events is included in this issue of the Birthday Party for Set for Saturday Night Spuds Pub is planning a Birthday Party for Glen on May There will be a free keg and hors also there will be a DJ for Come and join the fun and help Glen celebrate See advertisement in this issue of the City Burnsite Open Saturday Residents of Buffalo Center are advised that the City Burnsite will be open for tree brush on May 2 during the hours of to weather See Clean Up Pay May Buffalo Center Trib Home of first consolidated school west of the Mississippi River 1896 Entered as Periodicals In the at Buffalo Iowa 50424 USPS 069400 VOLUME ONE HUNDRED SEVEN NUMBER 6 14 PAGES APRIL LEON RALPH 76 of 310 2nd Street SW in Buffalo Center is shown in this Tribune photo as he was being readied for transport to Mercy in Mason City by members of the Buffalo Center Volunteer Ambulance Ites suffered undetermined injuries when his 1986 Honda moped and a 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass traveling west on Highway driven by Judy Jo Sunde of 16450 Bayside Spirit collided at the intersection of Highway 9 and North Main Monday April shortly after The accident was investigated by Iowa State Trooper Sankey whose report stated Ites was traveling north on South Main and apparently failed to yield from a stop sign at Highway 9 as the two vehicles collided within the It appeared Ites was thrown from his moped and struck the windshield of the The report lists damage estimates to the two vehicles as to the which was and to the Judy Jo Sunde is shown on the left in the picture as she watched Ites being cared for by VAC personnel while she waited for the arrival of the investigating Assisting at the scene were members of the Buffalo Center Volunteer Fire Ites remained hospitalized on Iowa Federal Courl Declares Contracts Are Legal In Ruling In another victory for coop involved in lawsuits with Judge Mark Bennett of the District Court for the Northern District of in a entered judgment this week in favor of cooperatives and against Cerro Gordo County farmer Bradley on claims that his Arrive contracts are The three coops are the Fanners Cooperative Society in the Fanners Cooperative Company in and the fonner Cooperative now owned by Land Judge Bennetts ruling comes less than a week after a Winnebago County state court jury returned a verdict in favor of the Top of Iowa Cooperative and against grain producer Sime on several contracts entered into between Sime and Top of contracts exe between fanners and gram elevators are the subject of many lawsuits that were filed after corn prices rose dramatically in The rising prices caused elevators to pay substantial sums in margin Rather than deliver grain under the some fanners delivered grain to other elevators to take advantage of higher This led to legal disputes regarding who is responsible for the substantial sums paid by the coops in margin filed his lawsuit in federal court on September In liis claimed that the contracts that he entered into with the coops were off exchange In violation of the federal Commodities Exchange All three have filed counter claims against seeking money damages resulting from failure to deliver grain under his Hedge In his Judge Bennett rejected assertions that Hedge contracts are The coops claims against for money damages have yet to be Brent Soderstrum of Baskerville and in Des who represented Fanners Cooperative stated that Judge Bennetts ruling is another important development in the Hedge Judge Bennett confirmed that Arrive contracts are enforceable This ruling should go a long way in eliminating many of the claims and defenses that farmers have asserted against the as the coops continue to move forward and attempt to collect all of the damages resulting from farmers breaches of their Branding Iron Plans Mothers Day Buffet May 10 The Branding Iron at Thompson is planning their annual Mothers Day Buffet for May 10 with serving from to The menu is highlighted with 3 salad bar and Prices range from for for children 6 to and age 5 and under are Please call in advance to 5842912 and make your reservations An advertisement appears in this issue of the THE TRIO OF TRUMPET PLAYERS in this Tribune photo have featured roles in the North Iowa High School Concert Bands presentation of Buglers Holiday by Leroy Carmen Jordan Mayland and Kim left to will perform during the instrumental music concert in the high school auditorium April The musical evening begins at with the Jazz Band on stage taking the opening Their numbers include Kansas City by Stoller Leiber featuring Heidi Jensvold with a saxophone Next is The Birth of the DeSylva with Carmen Garst having a trumpet solo with Heidi Da Blues Done Gotcha Again by Andy features Danielle Kurtzleben on the piano and Carmen will close the Jazz Band segment of the Overture for Winds by Charles Carter opens the Concert Bands performance and will be followed by Buglers Holiday featuring the three trumpet players shown in this Tribune Salvation Is Created by Pavel follows along with Just A Closer Walk With Thee arranged by Don Custer and featuring soloists Lucas clarinet Heidi saxophone Carmen trumpet Eric trombone Dustin trombone Jesse and Jason Grease by Warren Casey and Jim Jacobs closes the program featuring We Go Summer Born To Hand Beauty School Dropout and Greased The Concert Band will also be performing at the State Large Group contest in Webster City May 8 with their appearance time yet to be Jeff Cook is the instrumental music director at North Iowa High
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