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Page Two The Carlisle Citizen Thursday, September 23, 2010 ! .... 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 Subscription - $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 reserve the right to accept or refuse all advertising. "Publisher reserves the fight to cancel any advertisment at any time." Historical Society Calendar 245 Pennsylvania Street. Carlisle, Iowa http://cahs.webs.corrd notice the new web address MARK THESE DATES September 25 Breakfast at Randleman House 7am to 11am. October Order your apple dumplings, now. 0210 or 321-6585. Call Mary Sue at 989- November 13 Chicken noodle dinner at the Family for time to be announced. Life Center, watch December 11 Holiday Tea. Call Mary Sue for reservations. To volunteer your help for any of these events call Carole Gates: 989-0257. Join the Area Historical Society Join the Carlisle Area Historical Society. $35 yearly membership. $500 lifetime member. Dues, gifts, contri- butions are tax deductible. Contact Norma Keeney 989- 3848. All proceeds go toward providing cultural, educational and social programs and the continuing restoration of the Randleman House. To reserve the Randleman House for an event, call Carol. FIRST HALF PROPERTY TAXES DUE SEPTEMBER 30, 2010 The first installment of 2009 property taxes is now due and payable. Your payment should either be in our office or postmarked by Septem- ber.30, 2010. Penalty of 1.5% per month will be applied to anything postmarked after that date. Those mailing from an outside drop box should be aware that mail may not be postmarked until the next day. - In order to ensure accuracy 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 stub. You may pay in our office with cash, check, Visa. Mastercard, or Discover Card. You also have the option of paying taxes online at 24 hours a day, 7 d~ys a week. with MasterCard, Visa, Discover Card or Electronic Check. Additional service charges will apply for use of credit/debit cards and online e- checks. Th~nk you for your cooperation in our effort to serve you at YOUR convenience. Julie Daugherty, Warren County Treasurer 301 N Buxton, Ste 102, PO Box 217 Indianola, IA 50125 Betty Marie Koethe Chariton Betty passed away from this life to be with her heav- enly father on Saturday September 11. 2010 at 5:15 p.m. at the Legacy Lodge m Chariton. Betty is survived by her three daughters; Sherry Chandler 'of Carlisle, Sue (Howard) Garnett of Des Moines and Anita Larring~on of Chariton. She is also survived by her brother Harold Norris of Indianola and Don Norris of Des Moines; seven grand- children and eleven great- grandchildren. Betty was a wonderful person who also enjoyed life to the fullest. Her husband Hank had preceded her in death in 1981. Betty worked as a school cook-at Carlisle for over 30 years. She was also a supervisor at Meth- odist Hospital in Des Moines. Betty always had a kind word and shared her infectious smile with every- one. She knew no stranger. She will be deeply missed by all of her family and friends. Services were held Wednesday September 15. 2010 at Peterson Funeral Home in Carlisle, Iowa. Peterson Funeral Home Carlisle. Iowa Charles L. Callahan. Jr.. AIA. CSI, CDT, age 65. died September 13. 2010 in Des Moines surrounded by fam- ily and friends. Chuck was born in Long Beach, California Septem- ber 4, 1945. He graduated from Carlisle High School and Dunwoody Industrial Institute, served in the U.S. Army (Cam Rahn Bay, Viet Nam, 35th Group Engi- neers). He practiced archi- tecture for many years, most recently working with Brooks Borg Skiles archi- tectural firm where he con- tinued to work until his death. Chuck loved to sing anff was active in the choir and Men's Chorus at Carlisle Charles L. Callahan, Jr. Carlisle United Methodist Church. He was instrumental in pro- moting the campership pro- gram at the church. He first served on the Camp Wesley Woods board followed by 20 years of service with the Board of Iowa Annual Con- ference of the United Meth- odist Church. Chuck en- joyed bike riding, partici- pating several times in RAGBRAI and he especially enjoyed fishing with family and friends in Northern Minnesota and Colorado. Chuck is survived by wife Sandra (See) Callahan, daughter Heather (Callahan) Knox (husband. Curtis Knox), granddaugh- ter Olivia, brothers (Bill, Terry, Nathan) and sister (Sylvia Arnold). Services were held Sep- tember 17, 1 p.m., Carlisle United Methodist Church, Carlisle, Iowa. Chuck may be remem- bered with gifts to the Campership Fund through the Carlisle United Method- ist Church, 405 School Street, Carlisle, IA 50047 or the Colorectal Cancer Coa- lition (www.fightcolorectalc Hamilton's Southtown Des Moines Jack Peterson Phone 924 Circle Drive Carlisle, IA 989-4355 Box 354 50047 Carlisle Veterinary Clinic 550 5. 2nd St - Carlisle Peggy Baber, D. V.M. "Compassionate Care at Reasonable Prices" Internal & Preventative Medicine, Surgery, Dentistry, Microchipping, Acupuncture, Emergencies & TLC 7:30 am to 5:30 pm Monday thru Friday 8 to 12 noon Saturday CLOSED Wednesday Drop Offs Welcome 989-4075 Florence Marie McCoy Florence Marie McCoy, age 98, passed away September 14, 2010. She was born in Lebanon, Mo:. on December 14, 1911, to the late James H. and Delila Weaver Boyd. She lived in Des Moines until age 38 and then in California for 42 years returning to Council Bluffs. in 1990. For 22 years, Flo- rence worked for Arroya High Schoot in"the cafeteria at E1 Monte. Calif. Florence is preceded in death by her parents; husband. Edward. 1973:I0 siblings; stepdaughters,Virginia Ranney and Crystal Lewis. Survivors include nieces, JoAnne (Merle) Utsler of Carlisle. Ruth Hawkins of Plano, Texas, Rita Pierson of Council Bluffs, Iowa and Marian (Don) Kaufman of Harlan. Iowa; nephews, JC Boyd and Butch Boyd of Texas; step- son-in-law, Joe Ranney, of Council Bluffs: foster daugh- ter. Melody (Jeff) Loudin. of Elkins, W. Va.; grandchildren, John (Kathy) Ranney, of Council Bluffs, Joe (Paula) Ranney, of Washington State, Mark Ranney (Joyce), of Des Moines, Iowa, Todd Ranney (Catherine), of Ohio, Drew Ranney (Kris), of Council Bluffs. Blake Cubler, of North Carolina. Carter Loudin. of West Virginia: many great grandchildren and great nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Friday, September 16. 2010 at the Cutler-O'Neill-Meyer-Woodring Bayliss Park Chapel in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Reverend Dwight Oswald. Southview Baptist Church, Officiant. Interment will fol- low at Highland Memory Gardens. Des Moines, Iowa. Memorials to Jennie Edmundson Foundation. Joyce Elizabeth Blair Carlisle Joyce Blair, 63, of Carlisle. Iowa passed away Friday, September 3. 2010. Memorial services wase held Sunday, September 19, 2010 at Seventh-Day Adventist Church. 2317 Watrous Ave. Joyce was born February 28, 1949 in Polk County, Iowa to Ed and Doris Grant. Joyce loved most of all. spending time with her family. She was preceded in death by her parents. She is sur- vived by her husband, Michael Blair, two sons Jim and Tim Erickson, two daughters Lori Raye Erickson and Car- rie (Matt) Hill, a brother Ed (May) Grant, sisters June (Sam) Rizzuti and Joanne (Don) Lingel, two grandchildren. Bryan Erickson and Trevor Slagle, and many other loving members. Donations my be made to Hospice of Central Iowa (Kavanagh House) and Seventh Day Adventist Church. Nearing Age 65? Welcome to Medicare" Free Seminar Offered in Carlisle Are you going to be eligible for Medicare in the near future? Have you been on Medicare for awhile and want to better understand what it offers? Do you have a family member you help with Medicare issues? "Welcome to Medicare" is for your This two hour semi- nar offered by the Indianola County Senior Activity Center's SHIIP counselor, will be held on Thursday, Sep- tember 23, 2010. Time will be 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The seminar will be held at the Carlisle City Hall, 195 North First Street. Please register by calling Jeaneen Kain, 989- 3348 or 490-4524. "We're excited to offer this free seminar to the commu- nity," says Jeaneen. "Medicare is such an important pro- gram and understanding what it offers helps assure that anyone eligible gets the h~alth benefits they deserve," she adds. '~vVelcome to Medicare" will cover Medicare Part A and Part B benefits, the prescription drug benefit (Part D), Medicare Advantage Plans and Medicare supplement in- suran_ce. SHIIP, The Senior Health'Insurance Information Pro- gram, is a service of the state of Iowa. SHIIP counselors are trained by the" state and do not sell or promote any insurance companies, policies or agents. The Indianola Senior Activity Center is a sponsor for SHIIP in Warren County. The flu vaccine is now available at Family Practice Clinic PLC i Please Call for an appointment 515-989-3221