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Page Two The Carlisle Citizen Thursday, January 16, 2014 Illl- "11 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE CARLISLE' CITIZEN (UPSS 090-740). 210 South 1st Street Carlisle, Iowa 50047 Phone (515) 989-0525 ADVERTISING DEADLINE 12P.M. FRIDAY CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE 12 P.M. FRIDAY NEWS DEADLINE 12 P.M. FRIDAY Publisher ............................... : .......................... Steven F. Klein Editor .................  .......... . ....... : ........................... Kim Hartshorn Office Manager ................................................. Adene Jensen CORRESPONDENTS: Hartford ......... i ............ ..i ............. Lynda Richards, 989-0080 Periodicals Postage Paid atCarlisle, Iowa and Additional Mailing Offices Subscription - $18.00 per year in Warren & Polk Counties $15.00 - Senior Citizens (65 & Older) Additional $6.00 outs!de Warren and Polk Counties Postmaster: Send Form 3579 to The Carlisle Citizen - 210 S 1st Street Cadisle, Iowa 50047 We reserve the right to accept or refuse all advertising. "Publisher reserves the right to cancel any advertism'ent at any time," p. Illllllllllllllll. I t BETWEEN THE PAGES t I The Carlisle Public Library Teen group, i.e. the YACs, had a read-a-thon this past Friday. This is their fundraiser to purchase new books and pay for some pro- grams in the coming year. Applause to our Teens!! Be sure to m.ark your calendars andplanners for some big events next month! Saturday, February 1 st we will have a DR. SEUSS BIRTHDAY PARTY! We'll have sto- ries, crafts and green cake...be sure you don't miss this! This special event will be from 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. Then on Saturday, February 15 we will have our first-ever FANCY NANCY PARTY! That Saturday we will have "fancy" stuff for girls to enjoy, along with a cute snack and perhaps a famous guest to help the girls get extra pretty. This event is for girls 3 to 8 years old (exceptions can be made!), we are planning on morns helping us too. Please register for this FANCY NANCY PARTY...just call the Library at: (515) 989-0909; or mail Kathy at: kspratt@carlisle.lib.ia.us. Our First Tuesday (adult) Book Club is currently read- ing THE SANDCASTLE GIRLS by Chris Bohjalian; if you Would like a copy of this, please call the library at: (515) 989-0909. Our Upper Elementary Wednesday Af- ternoon Awesome Book Club is currently reading THE TEACHER'S FUNERAL by Richard Peck; any 4 th or 5 t graders who would like to read this and join our group...please call the library at: (515) 989-0909, or email Kathy at: ksprattcarlisle.lib.ia.us. Make plans to attend our lively Story Times!! We have story times every week every Tuesday and Wednesday from 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. You don't need to register...just show up and have a great time!! Next week we will have LEGO TIME on Wednesday at :15 to 3:00 then our Upper Elementary Book Club meets from 3:30 to 4:00. Call us with any questions at: (515) 989-0909, or visit Our website at: www.carlisle.lib.ia.us, or "like" us on Facebook, or find us on Twitter. * Maintenance Free Living * Rental Assistance Available * Water Ga'rbage & Sewer Provided 'This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.' Carlisle Park Apartments II 1225 & 1245 Hardin Dr. Carlisle, IA Call Ian at 515-975-8908 William (Wilbur) Durham, 44, passed from this life on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at Taylor House hospice in Des Moines, following a tough fight with cancer. Memorial services were held Monday, January 13, 2014, at Grandview Park Funeral Home in Des Moines. Obituaries William (Wilbur) Durham William was born on Sep- tember 1, 1969, in Des Moines, Iowa to William and Sharon (Stiver) Durham. William was employed with CBRE in Des Moines as a mechanical engineer. William lived most of his . life in Carlisle with his boys. His hobbies were hunting, fishing, playing and watching baseball with his three sons. He is survived by his sons, Kaleb, Tryston, and Owen, his parents William and Sharon, two sisters, Tammy Rafferty, Trisha Gasparovich; and one brother Michael. In lieu of flowers, Memo- rial contributions may be made to the Durham fam- ily. Arrangements'by Iles Grandview Park Chapel. Janice D. Ennis Carlisle couple things that will be greatly missed. Janice was preceded in death in 1998 by her father Kenneth Carlisle Wolf. She is survived by her mother Charlene Pollock of Sun City, Arizona; sisters, Frieda and David Ernst of Peoria, Arizona, Susie Lester of Davenport, Iowa, Janice D. Ennis of Lisa Wolf of Kernersville, Carlisle Iowa age 62, was North Carolina; nephews, born on April 19, 1951 in Cameron and Rita Hawley Memphis, Tennessee. Jan and Trevon Lester; nieces, went home to be with the Shauna and Donny Lord on January 1st, 2014 Tomlinson, Angle and after a long battle with can- Norm Marcov, Katie Wolf cer. She worked in the and Hailey Lewis, and 7 Carlisle Public School sys- great nieces and nephews. tems and in the summer There will be a Memorial worked at the Carlisle city Celebration of her life held Swimming pool. Janice on Saturday, January25th, graduated high school in 2014 froml-3 p.m. at Bellevue, Iowa in 1969 and Peterson Funeral Home, studied and worked as an 415 School St. in Carlisle Electrologist for many Iowa: years. Jan's quick wit and Online condolences may Spirituality were just a be made at www.petersonf uneralservice.com Herman L. Irons of Swan Iowa passed away peacefully at his home on January 6, 2014. Graveside services were held at the Pleasantville Cemetery on Friday January 10, 2014. Herman L. Irons Swan - Herman enjoyed the outdoors, fishing, hunting and gardening. Herman also enjoyed working in his apple orchard and his grape vinyard. Herman worked in the farming community. Herman served in the Army Core of Engineers in the Korean War. Herman is survived by his two sons; Danny Irons of Swan, Iowa and Don Irons of Pleasant 'Hill, Iowa and grandson, Jordan (Theresa) Agey. Herman- was preceded in death by his parents and his wife Nancy. IMMEDIATE OPENINGS atthe Des Moines Airport for part-time Customer Service Agents. Earn $9.25/hour plus flight benefits. Duties include: loading/unloading lug- gage, ticket counter, gate, assisting passengers, clean- ing planes, learning all functions/cross training. Must be able to lift 501bs, attend training and be available to work inside/outside, any shift AM or PM, weekends and holi- days. Must have basic computer skills, a valid driver's license with a good driving record, and be able to pass a criminal background check and drug screen. Only com- mired applicants with a positive attitude and a profes- Sional image need apply Please send your resume to DSMJOBS@quickfiightservices.com or visit our website at www.MyQuickFlight.com. Happy 50th Anniversary Chris and Nancy Judge- The Judge family would like to announce the 50th wed- . ding anniversary of their parents, Chris and Nancy, on January 15, 2014. As we celebrate their golden anniversary, we would like to thank them for all their love and devotion. They truly are an inspiration for all of us. Love always, Jamie, Allison, Rod, Parkerl Reagan, Cheri, Jody, and Rusty! To all the Clients and Patients of the Carlisle Veterinary Clinic The time has come for me to hang up my stethoscope and search for greener pastures (whatever that means). As of January 6 th Dr. Kylie Sloan will take over my posi- tion at the clinic. You will be in good hands. Dr. Sloan is a great veterinarian and an even better person. Thank you for allowing me to he part of your lives and allowing me to care for your beloved pets. We have shared so many happy and sad times together. I have a fortune in fond memories and am so thankful I could share them with all of you. A special thanks to my friends who worked so hard to help me open this clinic. You know who you are. I could not have done it without you. Good friends are hard to come by and I have the best. Thank you, Dr. Peggy S. Baber Volunteers Needed To Apply For Position On Boards And Commissions Much of tile work done at the local level in cities is accomplished through the hard work of citizen volunteers. The City of Carlisle is no different. We rely on volunteers to serve on boards, and commissions to help guide the city into the future. From time to time, vacancies will occur on these hoards that need to be filled. Knowing who is willing to step up and serve helps immensely when these vacancies take place. A couple of years ago, state legislators passed a law that require s cities to make a "good-faith effort" to achieve gender balance on boards and commissions.  The City of Carlisle is attempting to achieve a gender balance on its Zoning Board of Adjustment by encouraging female applicants to apply for a position on this board beginning in 2014. Because vacancies occur on all boards and commissions, we encourage everyone to apply to serve on not only the Zoning Board of Adjustment, but also any of the boards and commissions serving our community.. If you are a citizen of Carlisle and you are interested in serving, contact Carlisle City Hall in person at 195 N. 1 st St., by phone at 515-989-3224 or by email at citvhall@carlisleiow Jack on J.P. Plumbing Phone 989-4355 924 Circle Drive Box 354 Carlisle, IA 50047