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Page Two The Carlisle Citizen Thursday, March 26, 2009 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE CARLISLE CITIZEN (UPSS 090-740) 210 South 1st Street Carlisle, Iowa 50047 Phone (515) 989-0525 ADVERTISING DEADLINE 12 P.M. FRIDAY CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE 12 P.M. FRIDAY NEWS DEADLINE 12 P.M. FRIDAY Publisher ......................................................... Steven F. Klein Editor ................................................................. Kim Hartshorn Office- Manager .................................................. Arlene Jensen CORRESPONDENTS: Hartford ......................................... Lynda Richards. 989-0080 Periodicals Postage Paid at Carlisle. Iowa and Additional Mailing Offices Subscric4ion - $18.00 per year in Warren & Polk Counties $15.00, Senior Citizens (65 & Older) Additional $6.00 outside Warren and Polk Counties Postmaster: Send Form 3579 to The Carlisle Citizen 210 S. 1st Street Carlisle. Iowa 50047 We rese, .e the right to accept or refuse all advertising. "Publisher rese ~,s the right to cancel any advertisment at any time." Two cently College News Bu, ~a Vista University students from Carlisle re- corn ,leted internships during the month of Janu- ary, Jorda]~ i aws. a junior majoring in sport managemem. _ complet~ .~l internship at the Iowa Girls High $~:hool Athletic on in Des Moines. Nathan Parker. a j~mior majorin~ exercise science, completed an internship a~ Buena V t University Sports Information on the BVU Storm L~. campus. Senior fielder Jordann Ellis of Bellevue University has been treed MCAC Softball Player of the Weel for the week ending March 15. A nati~ "~f Carlisle. Iowa, Ellis hit .571 (12-for-21) last week ow ,ix contests, including four games vs. NCAA Division )pponents, She had 12 RBI. four runs scored. three hon runs andthree doubles on the week. In a 13-6 setback to ,orthwest Missouri State University, Ellis went ").-for-4 v*-~ ~wo hom~,rs ~nd t~vP RBI The BrL*;~s are 3-5 this season. ,~ II ROBERTS HEA NG ~ COOLING ~ PLUMBING In-Floor ~ Geothermal Heating . "Insured & Certified" ~--~ SALES - SERVICE - REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL St, Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church Knights of Columbus Council 8x~4 Fish fillets, cole slaw, - potato chips or bakedpotato, rolls coffee or lemonade DE~EkT~ AVAILABLE FROM LADIE~ GUILD CARRYOUT DINNERS AVAILABLE " Three Fridays during Lent:. MARCH 20 APRIL 3 Serving from 5:00 to 7:00 pm ADULTS: $8.00 KIDS a le 6-11 : $4.00 Kib$ 5 and under EAT FREE "lizabeth Seton Catholic Church Hall One mile south of Carlisle on Scotch Ridge Road PROCEEDS FROM FISH FRYS TO DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS Bids for Cemetery Maintenance being Accepted Bids for cemetery grounds maintenance services will be received by the Allen Township Trustees through April 6. 2009. Specifications and bid forms for Allen Township cemetery grounds maintenance services are available by contacting Peggy Fogle. Allen Township Clerk at 989-4482 or Chris Scase 989-0964. All bids must be postmarked by that April 6. 2009 and directed to Allen Township Trustee Chris Scase. Propos- als will be publicly opened and considered at the Town- ship meeting held April 9. 2009.7 p m. at 14769 Buchanan Street, Carlisle. IA. Trustees reserve the right ~o reject any and all proposals. If you have questions about this request for proposals, please con~ac~ Peggy Fogle or Chris Scase. Fido Will Keep You Fit and Happy There are a lot of reasons Physical benefits of owning people get pets. Maybe Fido a pet: reminds you of your first Decrease in blood pres- pet. maybe you hoped that sure: Spot would teach your child Decrease in choles- about responsibility. Maybe terol; you wanted Bruno to pro- Increase endorphin tect your house while you production: are at work. Create opportunities Did you ever consider the for exercise: and fact that having a pet is Decrease stress. good for your health? Emotional benefits of "Pe~s make you live owning a pet: longer," says Jim Decrease feelings of. Amundson. DC. MEd, a pro-loneliness: fessor at Northwestern Increase socialization Health Sciences University with other pe~ owners: and long-time dog owner. Make owners laugh; "There are both physical" and and emotional benefits for Give a sense ofcompas- pet-owners." One study at sion. and a sense of feeling the University of California. needed. Los Angeles, concluded that ":My dog, Jack. licks my dog owners have fewer face every morning to wake physical stress-related me up," says Dr. pains than those who do not Amundson. "My dog, Remi. own dogs. The use of pet chases airplanes in the sky. herapy is also growing in [ hink he thinks they're popularity in the health birds! They are really fun care industry, animals." "Pets love you uncondi- Animals might dig up ~ionally no matter how your yard. Or make their happy or sad you are. They litter box smell so bad it laughter, love and affec- tion." says Dr. Amundson. All of which are emotions that humans need to feel every day. Dr. Afnundson provides physical and emotional rea- sons for why owning a pet is a smart thing to do for you - and for your health. might make your blood boil when you find your garbage strewr[ across your bed- room, or their face stained with that blueberry pie that you just took out of the oven. But there's something about that four-legged com- panion that makes it all worth it. Good dog, Fido. SECOND HALF PROPERTY TAXES DUE MARCH 31, 2009 The second installment of 2007 property taxes are now due and pay- able. Your payment should either be in our office or postmarked by March 31, 2009. Pen- alty of 1.5% per month will be applied to any- thing postmarked after that date. Those mail- ing from an outside drop box should be aware that mail may not be post- marked until the next day. In 0rder to ensure accu- racy in processing your tax payments, PLEASE bring in or send in the stubs from your tax statement with your payment :Also, please check the address on your statement and note any changes on the back of the sLub. You may pay in our office with cash, check or Discover Card. You. also have the option of pay- ing taxes online at 24 hours a day, 7 day a week, with MaatrCard, Visa, Discover Card or Electronic Check. Thank you for your coop- eration in our effort to serve you at YOUR conve- nience. Julie Daugherty, Warren County Treasurer 301 N Buxton, Ste 102, PO Box 217 Indianola, IA 50125 Carlisle Area Historical Society ~.1.~" :~ :~ r ~ ~ - ~ ~ ~ ~'-" ~:~ :...i" ; This picture from the collection of Wilma Rothfus. was taken on July 4. 1914. in front of the building that is now etc~., at 150 N. First Street. Shown are Franklin Church Hull. Fred Garnett. Billy Foulke. and Webb Foulke. I was told that if I looked carefully enbugh I would find Chas.F carved into one of the bricks on the South side of that building. Jon Black ~ells me that his Uncle Charles Foulke was a wonderful man and mus~ have been a fun- loving kid. Another special event called "Seasonings and Scents" is being planr/ed for April 18. 1 p.m.. at ~he Randleman House. Alice Bolton will be making a free presentation on growing, preserving, and using herbs. For more informa- tion, call Alice at 989-2766. Submitted by Carol Murphy Thank You To Carlisle, Hartford And Surrounding Areas!! The annual Daffodil Sales for The American Cancer So- ciety brought out generous spirits and brought to our cor- ner of the world bright, beautiful flowers that being smiles and hope. We had record sales this year: 116 bunches of daffodil buds_ twolve dainty daffodil lootted ]~)lants_ eleven two bear hugs (sent to children with cancer) and two gifts of hope. WOW!!! Thank you forever from everyone who benefits from this promotion and, of course, everyone who had the blessings of these flowers! Kathy Spratt and Sue Lins Save The Date The 9th Annual Carlisle Garden Party will be held Sat- urday, June 6, 2009 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at the North Park-- log cabin area. There will be lots to see and do---includ- ing, but not limited to *Garden decor, plants, craft items for sale *The Garden Club's famous cinnamon rolls *Bake sale and lunch in the Cabin *Entertainment *Arts & crafts *The new garden path, Vendor space is available for $10 (free to non-profit groups). Call Jeanne at989-4498 to reserve your spoL TOPS Lose some weight, and gai~ some f~iends. Take Off Pounds Sensibly is a reasonably priced local support group that will encourage you to lose or maintain your weight. You can start getting ready for summer right now. Meetings are held Tuesday morning and Tuesday evening at the Community Building. Call Janet Bryant at 989-3709 for information about the Tuesday morning meeting. Call Carol Murphy 989-05~7 for information about the evening meetings. Friendly people will support your efforts., School Street Scholars Daycare has. Openings School Street Scholars Daycare has openings for ages 6 weeks and up. (Drop in positions available by ap- pointment.) We are a state licensed cllildcare center with staff that meets all DHS licensing requirements. Many years of daycare experience among the staff. We provide a safe loving environment with the feel of an in home daycare. Some advantages include, ex- tended daily hours, only closed on major holidays, and ratios are always maintained by age group. We have a daily set schedule with structured activities geared to your child's age group. We encourage outdoor ac- tivities as well to promote exercise and large motor skills. Please stop by for a tour or call Lindsay or Gary @ 989-4515 to discuss further questions.