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Death
Selma Quade age 99, of Edgewood died on Friday, August 19. The funeral was held on Wednesday, August 24 at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church.

Birth
Brian and Rhiannon Wodtka are the parents of a daughter, Emma Neri Elizabeth, born August 16, 2016. She weighed 7 pounds 10 ounces, and was 20 inches long. She is welcomed home by her brother, Michael. Grandparents are Kevin and Bev Wodtka and Denton and Darletta Brasel.

Baptism
Drew Thomas Daugherty was baptized on Sunday, August 21, 2016 at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church. Drew’s parents are Tommy and Courtney Daughtery. His Godparents are Louis Daugherty and Monica Young.

Prairie Days News
The Prairie Days Committee is asking for your help with a donation of a cake for the cake walk. Please bring cakes to the park prior to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 27. Donations for pies for the lunch stand are also needed. The pies can be brought to the food stand (North Pavilion) any time Saturday. Volunteers are needed to help in the food stand (including soda and shake ups). If you can help contact David Harmeier.

St. Peter’s Lutheran Church News
Worship attendance on Saturday evening was 124.
Worship attendance on Sunday morning was 146.
The organist was Rev. Alan Holtz.
Gaige Phillips served as Acolyte.
Attending Elders were Brien Guy and Paul Reynolds.

Remember in Your Prayers
Those with health concerns:
Merle Schaal
Those with long term health concerns
Mary Frances Benning
Kevin Courson
Mark Dunaway
Randy Dorr
Ed Morton
Maria Oswald
Charlotte VanWinkle
Dennis Lee
Stefan Goolsby
Donna Oertwig
Kathy Hassebrock
Keith Manley
John Stedlin
Rhonda Morgan
Carolyn Maske
Lyndell Schwarm
Jill Quandt
Those serving our Country
Our Shut ins

Birthdays
Olga Michel
Merle Schaal
Joyce Storck
Sherman Hunt
Theresa King
Corrine Oswald
Sydney Young
Delmar Moeller
David Schaal
Kay Brandt
Baylie Maske
Angie Rinkel

Anniversaries
Larry & Twyla Magnus
Delmar & Phyllis Maske (50)
Tim & Jan Brauer
Jeremy & Danielle Chasteen
Jay & Kelly Rothe
Paul & Mandy Ruholl

 

St. Peter Lutheran School Menu for September

SEPTEMBER MENU
Thurs. Sept. 1 Thur. Sept. 15
B-Cereal B-Doughnuts
L-Pork Fritter w/gravy, green beans, roll L-Hamburger, Biscuit, Carrots

Fri. Sept. 2 Fri. Sept. 16
B-Cinnamon Rolls B-Bagel w/cheese
L-Pizza, carrots, pudding L-Picnic Brown Bag Day

Mon. Sept. 5 Mon. Sept. 19
NO SCHOOL B-Waffles
L-BBQ Riblette, Bun, Baked Beans
Tues. Sept. 6
B-French Toast Tues. Sept. 20
L-Corn dog, green beans B-Biscuits & Gravy
L-Chicken Biscuit, gravy, Mixed Veggie
Wed. Sept. 7
B-Breakfast bagel Wed. Sept. 21
L-Grilled Chicken biscuit, broccoli B-Bagel w/cream cheese or jelly
L-Cheese Bosco, sauce, cauliflower, treat
Thurs. Sept. 8
B-Apple Bosco Thurs. Sept. 22
L-Salisbury Steak, mashed potato, gravy, bread B-Pancake wraps
L-Hot dog wrap, smiles
Fri. Sept. 9
B-Muffins Fri. Sept. 23
L-Hot Pockets, corn B-Apple Bosco
L-Pizza Bosco, Corn
Mon. Sept. 12
B-Cereal Mon. Sept. 26
L-Chicken Patty, Eng. Muffin, green beans B-Poptarts
L-Beanie Weenie, cornbread, corn
Tues. Sept. 13
B-Breakfast Hot Pocket Tues. Sept. 27
L-Pancake Wrap, Hashbrown Patty B-Tornados
L-Sausage sandwich, hash brown patty
Wed. Sept. 14
B-Sausage Sandwich Wed. Sept. 28
L-Meatballs & Rice, corn B-Pancakes
L-Chicken Q’s, Mixed Veggies

Thurs. Sept. 29
B-Sliders
L-Spaghetti & Meatballs, garlic bread, green beans

Fri. Sept. 30
B-Muffins, Chicken & Rice, Carrots

 

South Central comes in 2nd at Sandoval Tourney

The Sandoval Tournament was concluded on Saturday.

South Central dropped their title game with Okawville 3-2 in a game called due to time limit. Carter Holmes was good on the mound for the Falcons working 3.1 innings allowing just 2 hits and one earned run while striking out 5. The Falcons had victories over Trinity Edwardsville and Mt Vernon St Mary’s in the first two games of tournament play. South Central is back in action today when they host Clay City at Farina.

Selmaville was 3rd with their 4-2 win over Trinity Edwardsville. Logan Rubin got the win going 4 innings and striking out 8. Carter Consolino came on to finish the game working the final 2 innings. At the plate, the Rockets were led by Seth Bailiey who was 2-2, Eric Barham and Consolino added hits along with Rubin. Bailey finished with 2 RBI. Selmaville also earned a win over the Breese Bobcats 10-0 in 7 innings to open tournament play and fell to eventual champion Okawville 2-1. Selmaville is at Central City today.

In other action today, the Sandoval junior high baseball team is in action at home against Raccoon and Casey is at Rome.

Also over the weekend, Central City beat Iuka 12-11. Blake Torres was 2-4 with a pair of doubles, Ian Justice was 2-2 in the win. The Citians followed that up with a 5-4 win over Sandoval to improve to 2-1 on the season.

 

South Central School Board Meeting August 17th Agenda

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. ROLL CALL

3. RECOGNITION OF GUESTS – PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

4. MONTHLY BUSINESS
a. MINUTES
b. BILLS & PAYROLL
c. TREASURER’S REPORT

5. NEW BUSINESS
A. CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
B. INDUCT NEW BOARD MEMBER
C. INTERFUND LOAN FROM EDUCATION TO CDB
D. INSURANCE RENEWAL
E. FIRST READING PRESS POLICY ADOPTION
F. TENTATIVE 2016-2017 BUDGET
G. APPROVE BANK DEPOSITORIES
H. APPROVE DISTRICT CONCUSSION PLAN
I. APPROVE EXTRA-CURRICULAR HANDBOOK UPDATE
J. FIELD TRIPS
K. PRINCIPAL REPORTS

6. SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT

7. CLOSED SESSION
A. DISCUSS APPOINTMENTS, EMPLOYMENT, COMPENSATION, BENEFITS, DISCIPLINE, PERFORMANCE, NEGOTIATIONS, CONTRACTS OR DISMISSAL OF PERSONNEL

8. MATTERS TO BE ACTED ON FROM CLOSED SESSION

9. ADJOURNMENT

 

August Kinmundy City Council

The Mobile Home Ordinance was once again an item for discussion at the Kinmundy City Council meeting. The item has been discussed multiple times and the new ordinance would prohibit mobile homes older than 15 years to move into the city. With a new mobile home park being developed on outskirts of Kinmundy, the question became is the new mobile home park inside the city limits.

Mayor Jane Middleton told the board that the received a letter from Larimer Abstract which basically told them that they couldn’t determine if the parcel of land is actually inside the city limits. Middleton said per their request, the States Attorney’s Office will look into the issue to see what their opinion is.

Councilman Gary Cooper expressed his displeasure that the delay is costing the new developer money when the parcel hasn’t been on the tax rolls for nearly 50 years. However, Middleton told the board that since the question was raised at a recent meeting, they had to complete their inquiry to find out where the land sits before determining if they have control over any ordinances passed.

Members of a currently-being-developed not for profit organization Hometown Friends Incorporated reported to the board that they are currently finishing up filing for their not for profit paperwork and would be working with the city to help in bringing businesses to town or any other project that the City feels could be useful.

In other action, Police Chief Cory Parker reported to the board that their current taser will be phased out by the manufacturer after next year. The board decided to purchase a new taser, the same model that Parker is already certified on through his work with the Marion County Sheriff’s Department as well as a high definition camera that will mount on the taser for just over $2000.

In the Library Report, Carol Garrett reported that 470 books were checked out by 384 patrons including 257 adults. She also updated the board with the Libraries current automation project and also announced that the library currently has 16,000 books and said if you were to read one book everyday it would take you just shy of 44 years to read them all, with Garrett adding that by that time, they would have more books and you could start all over again.

 

Salem beats Altamont/St. Peter Lutheran

The Salem Bobcats won their first game of the season at home defeating visiting Altamont Lutheran 12-11.

Brighton Lucas started the game and went 5 innings striking out 7.  Griffin Day was the winning pitcher in relief getting the last five outs.

At the plate, Isaac Adams led the team going 5-5.  Hunter Daniels added 2 hits.  Tyson Mann, Trent Boles and Lucas all had a hit.

After the varsity game, Salem’s JV played some extra innings with Altamont’s JV and at the end Salem led 4-1.

The Bobcats are back at home today when they host North Clay with the JV also playing again.

 

 

Frogtown News August 11

frogtownSpends night with Grandparents
Harper Jacquin spent the night with her grandparents, Dane and Belinda Harpster of St. Peter on Friday.
On Sunday, Dane, Belinda, Mahala, and Harper went to see Mary Harpster at Lutheran Care Center in Altamont and ate lunch in Altamont.

On Saturday, Seth and Konrad Bergmann spent the afternoon with Belinda Harpster. Later, they went for McDonalds and ice cream.

St. Peter’s Lutheran Church News
Worship attendance on Sunday morning was 154.
The organist was Jamie Lotz.
Attending Elders were Brien Guy and Paul Reynolds.

Remember in Your Prayers
Those with health concerns:
Frieda Noll
Leona Ricketts
Those with long term health concerns
Mary Frances Benning
Kevin Courson
Mark Dunaway
Randy Dorr
Ed Morton
Maria Oswald
Charlotte VanWinkle
Dennis Lee
Stefan Goolsby
Donna Oertwig
Kathy Hassebrock
Keith Manley
John Stedlin
Rhonda Morgan
Carolyn Maske
Lyndell Schwarm
Jill Quandt
Those serving our Country
Our Shut ins

Birthdays
Michelle Croy
Reid Drewes
Gale Courson
Jayten Hunt
Carroll Lotz
Randy Halterman
Vanessa Wasmuth

Anniversaries
Orville & Malinda Hinton (65)
Phil & Tammy Maske