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Jewell Record News (Newspaper) - January 22, 1987, Jewell, Iowa Of Archive Historical Building 12th Grand Dos Moines la 50j South Hamilton Kamrar T Record News IOWA 50130 January 1987 Volume Number 4 Gary Nested named new bank president The Board of Directors of the Farmers State Bank in Jewell elected a new president at their annual meeting January Gary Hestad has assumed the position as bank and will be in charge of the day to day operations of the Hestad has served as the executive vice president for the past four David former will serve as chairman of the board of and will con to be influential in bank Dwayne former board will remain on the board as a David Hill recently purchased control of the Farmers National Bank in Webster He also owns the American State Bank in and that bank will open a new office in Ames in the near David Hill will share his time between the three Before joining the Farmers State Hestad served as a state bank and was employed at the Norwest Bank in Atlanta for four Hestad has a Bachelor of Business Ad ministration Degree from the University of Hestad lives in Jewell with his wife daughter Amy and son Temporary staff to run Persons from Ames and Clarion will converge on South Hamilton to publish the Record News on a temporary This action follows the resignations of and Nutty who have been publishing the paper for owner David The have moved to Des Moines where has ac a position with a public relations Ed who sold the to Parker in will help with the publication for about two mon He currently publishes the Wright County Monitor and Dows Carolyn who serves as of fice manager and typesetter in will be at the Jewell of fice on a parttime They will be joined by Sandra a journalism intern from Iowa State See story elsewhere in this Ive told Parker that we will help him when and right he needs explained Parker had hoped to be living here by but things havent worked out as originally This is not an ideal because we wont be able to spend as much time here as wed like We still have the Clarion and Dows papers to get and they seem to keep us busy This a typically slow time for weekly I dont foresee any major and Sandras enthusiasm and talents will be a great Dorsey added that this tem arrangement will be an in convenience to customers at Office hours will not be at the end of the The office will be open all day on and until noon on we will be forced to observe a strict noon If people want to know if the office is we welcome them to call said This may save them a and the frustration of finding a locked We ask that people be and understand that we wont be able to answer every Well try to put out a quality while trying to meet all our printing Parker has some decisions to and this will give him enough time to do Parker plans to handle much of the billing from his home in New This will allow the staff in South Hamilton to con centrate on the production of the Nutty said that the move to DCS Moines will enable Michele to return to her studies at Des Moines Area Community College where she will pursue a degree in business My experience at the Record that I will always said I want to thank all the people in the South Hamilton area who supported me and made News was very and one my stay David Hill left congratulates Gary Hestad on being named President of the Far mers State Bank in photo Board deals with variety of topics South Hamilton Community School Board members reviewed a packed agenda at last weeks meeting which among other a scheduled visit by six students to the Governors salary increases for noncertified staff and the participation of the PTA in an open house to be held at the school on February The visit to the Governors office is in conjunction with the use of newspapers in school and was arranged by Judi Chapter 1 teacher at the South Hamilton Elementary Deb elementary school and school Willis will take six students to Des Moines on February 4 to have a 15 minute meeting with Governor Terry A five percent salary increase for noncertified that bus teachers aides and secretarial staff was reviewed and approved by the Among the visitors at the meeting were representatives of the PTA who sought the Boards permission to sell duffel bags to the community as a fundraising The Board approved the the PTA has agreed to participate in and help sponsor an open house at South Hamilton School on February 19 so the public can see two new elementary school classrooms as well as other changes and improvements in the school Transportation director Ken Voll and mechanic Harold Anderson reported on the status of the school bus fleet regarding the mileage on the vehicles and other problems that need attention in maintaining safe The Board voted to request bids for a 1987 school bus and agreed to investigate the purchase or lease of a station Special Educ ation students who attend classes in Webster City and A donation toward installation of new sidewalk sections from the circle drive to the street at the school was presented by Lyle Smith on behalf of the Crime Alert The improvements will mean safer sidewalks for the Earlier in the school it was decided to plan an award day fur South Hamilton Community School students who improved their scores on the Iowa Test of Education Development Although final plans are still in the award day will be a ski trip to one of the Minnesota ski The Farmers State has agreed to help finance some of the such us ski lift but students will be responsible for other The Spanish language pro gram has received a boost resulting from a grant written by high school principal Steve Gray and Spanish language teacher Eileen The grant came from the Iowa Department of Education and will be used for language computers and computer programs to help students improve Spanish lang In the fall of a new athletic and activities conference will be In addition to the conference will include art and drama The eight schools involved in this combined conference are South West Woodward Madrid and Bondurant Of concern is the issue regarding the school sharing program scheduled for students ut the Stratford School Representatives from the school district have reviewed tuition bid proposals and facilities from Webster South Hamilton and Central and now student representatives will have the opportunity to review these The school sharing programs affects stud ents in grades 712 who currently attend school in the Stratford School The school board also review ed information prepared by Potter and profes concern ing the schools energy Superintendent Textor said that recent structural improvements in insulation and other structural changes have resulted in lower costs in operating the school and that more detailed information will be available as the open house on February 19 at South Hamilton draws With respect to general the school board has two working meetings scheduled for January 28 and February during various topics will be specifically The regularly scheduled School Board meeting is scheduled for February 8 and the public is ISU intern joins staff Sandra Jones a jour owner and editor of the Record senior at Iowa State in the many tasks required has joined the Record to publish a weekly Prior to joining the Record Ireland was a frequent News as a journalism During the next four she will assist Ed former contributor to the Welsh North American Y and the Farm as well as national and state xray jour Keep track of your dogs in Stanhope who was raised on a farm in North has a minor in anthropology and has been a registered xray technologist since In ad dition to her interests in com munity she is in in local history and She currently lives in and is married to William Ireland who is on the faculty at the ISU College of Veterinary At the last meeting of the Stanhope City two tough issues came before the Council what to do with stray dogs which roam the streets and problems facing the continuation of the Stanhope Rescue Squad First If your dog thinks the city of Stanhope is his free range that running then it is time to remind Fido he will have to stay Concurrent with the policies of the Stanhope Code of Ord police officers will pick up all stray with or without identification The dogs with tags will be taken to the Webster City Veterinary Stray dogs without tags will be In both attempts will be made to locate but the owner will be charged a fee when the dog is The City Council also struggled with the issue concern ing the continuation of the Stanhope Rescue also called First Bannister brought the issue before the Council because there are an inadequate number of trained a low level of calls which has resulted in difficulty of members keeping their abilities uptodate and the high cost of liability Another part of the problem results from the Stanhope Rescue Squad being unable to transport patients to a health care facility as only EMT personnel are qualified to move sick or injured Council member Bannister told the Council that when a patient needs to be it is quicker to call the Stratford who can transport The Council did not vote on this last issue as they feel it is important to get citizen input before action is Due to the problems in transportation and costs of transporting a which costs about to move a patient to the hospital in Webster the issue will be discussed at the City Budget Hearing on March 3 at City Board to hold special sessions The South Hamilton Board of Education will hold two working one at 7 January and one at 7 February and capital improvements will be the working SANDRA IRELAND
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