Opinion Tribune (Newspaper) - April 20, 1988, Glenwood, Iowa NE students compete in Special page 4. Rams continue strong track pages 19-20. Next Part three of our series on outstanding senior and a special summer car care April 20,1988 Our 123rd year 16th Issue Mills Iowa One 26 pages plus inserts 35* Star needs more recruits More recruits are needed for Glenwood's Blue Star block home according to Blue Star organizers who hope to sign up more this The program has provided safe homes for area youngsters for the past The homes each have official Blue Star emblems in their front Parents are asked to advise their children about the availability these homes and their To qualify for a Blue Star applicants must normally have someone home during the especially during those hours when children are going to and from and they must have no criminal applicants will need to be certified on a yearly During the faded blue stars will be Applications may be made at the Glenwood Police Department the Department of Human Services or the Chamber of Commerce DOT awards Highway 34 contract The Iowa Department of Transportation has awarded a contract to Victor Construction of for and safety items on Highway 34 from the junction of Highway 275 east to one mile west of the Hastings Highway 34 will remain open to the traveling Motorists are when is injected to start May 1, and should be completed within two band plans pizza sale The Glenwood High School band will be holding a pizza sale to help raise money for the trip to in Single topping pizzas will be sold for while a special combination pizza will be sold for Band members will be taking and all orders in by April 26. The pizzas may be picked up April 30. For more information call 527-4897 in the or 527-9556 at plans community discussion Dr. Carl the new president of Iowa Western Community invites members of the Glenwood community to an informal community discussion to be held April 21, at 7:30 p.m. in the Glenwood High School Residents are asked to share their ideas and concerns over coffee with Dr. This is an opportunity for local residents to drop by and find out more about Iowa For more call Peggy Maguire at 325-3262. West plans Monday concert West Elementary in Glenwood will present Happy April 25, in the Middle School The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. Performing will be 1st and 3rd graders at West The program includes a number of songs with some snappy Everyone is invited to attend the graduating With graduation less than two months the is busily putting together its annual graduation Each senior at Glenwood High School is asked to turn in the completed along with a senior to the high school office or office as soon as NV plans Las Vegas Night Valley High School is planning a Las Vegas Night to be held after the school's prom April 23. The fun-filled event will be held at the Elks Club in Shenandoah from midnight to 3 and is open to Valley Donations of prizes are as are volunteer For more information contact Mary Morse at 624-9091 by April 20. Montessori School plans carnival The Montessori Pre-School in Glenwood is planning a carnival and roundup for April 23, at Kaufman Hall at Holy Rosary Catholic The carnival begins at 10:30 and will last until 2 p.m. Attractions include a petting farm with lots of baby games and prizes a at 11:30, and a puppet show at I p.m. The Montessori classroom will also be open to the Margaret Delavan Cheryll Ross Sam Boone Don Brantz Eight file for June 7 primary By Jeff DeYoung Tribune Editor With the retirement of long-time incumbents Wayne Keith Curtis from the Mills County Board the is for the spots available on the Five Republicans have filed papers to run in the June 7 with the winners joining Marland Gammon on the Candidates include Sam Boone of Don Brantz of rural Robert Honig of rural Kenton Roenfeldt of rural and Scherle of A race has also developed for county auditor as incumbent Republican Margaret Delavan of Glenwood will face Democratic challenger Cheryll also of Both are unopposed in the primary Incumbent Sheriff Howard a will run unopposed in the Here is a brief look at each of the candidates who are facing opposition in the 1988 Sam Boone Boone has lived in Glenwood for the past 13 years with his wife Shirley and son a senior at Glenwood High He is a lifetime resident of graduating from Woodbine High Boone continued his education at Omaha University and Drake He is presently self-employed as a real estate appraiser after serving 35 years in management at Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. Don Brantz Brantz has lived two miles west of Mineola for the past 12 years with his wife Veronica and daughter Anna 5. Brantz is a and has been employed in the social services serving as administrative assistant to the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors for over three A native of Council he is a graduate of Abraham Lincoln High School and Dana Robert Honig Honig has lived in Mills County for 57 and is a retired employee of Iowa having worked for the company for 42 He is a graduate of Glenwood High School and attended the University of Northern Iowa on a football Honig and his late wife Katharine had two who died in 1987, and The Honigs farm near the Creek Honig served as president of the Glenwood School Board for live and helped develop the bond issue to build the high Kenton Roenfeldt Roenfeldt was born and raised in the Mineola and farms east of town with his wife Judy and sons Kirk and He has a sped ' * Hexis graduate oT Silver City High and a member of the Mineola Fire the Lions the Glenwood Chamber of Farm Bureau and St. John Lutheran Church in Scherle Scherle is a veteran of public having served four terms in the U.S. House of Representatives and three terms in the Iowa He and his wife Jane have lived in Henderson for 40 and have two and Scherle is a livestock and grain and is a native of Little New Margaret Delavan Mrs. Delavan is currently serving her second term as county She and her husband Sam and son a junior at Glenwood High live north of Glenwood on a small She grew up north of Silver graduating from Glenwood High School in 1964. She is a member of St. John Lutheran Church in and is a member of the Order of Eastern the Glenwood Lioness and the Glenwood Chamber of Cheryll Ross Mrs. Ross is a native and has lived in Mills County for the past 17 years with her husband Patrick and children Tim and For the past 12 years she has been employed by the Glenwood Community School and is presently the secretary for assistant principal and athletic director Gene Schatz at the high Hardee's may open soon A Hardee's restaurant may soon be open for business in Glenwood if all goes as A representative from the fast-food chain visited with the Glenwood City Council last Tuesday Hardee's has an option to purchase land south of town between Iowa Power and Glenwood details should be available next council meeting April 26. The Hardee's representative said the restaurant could potentially employ 60-70 part-time local which will have a huge economic impact on the according to Glenwood Mayor Gene Scherle Howard Clark Health Fair of the Midlands begins Sat. at high school The 6th annual Health Fair of the Midlands will be held at Glenwood High School April 23, from 7 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Chuck Wyant will be the site While Monica Hughes is the district coordinator and Barb Kaiman the medical site Screenings at the fair are available to all persons 19 years of age or Free basic screenings include height and blood visual and summary and referral by a health A dental examination will also be available at no A popular option is a blood risk profile for an The profile screens 26 different health conditions and helps determine potential risk of heart This profile requires HEALTH FAIR MIDLANDS the participant to observe an 8-hour For more information contact Mrs. Hughes at 527-9926.