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SUMMER THEATRE

Check out their first show “On Thin Ice” this weekend — SEE PAGE 9

Not Your

BeesWax

Dickinson County Nature Center

hosts encaustic beeswax painting class

on Wednesday, June 24

— SEE PAGE 17

IT’S TIME FOR

The Spirt Lake Cruise-In will mark

its 18th year of hot rods, cool music and

fun food on Saturday, June 27

— SEE PAGE 6

CRUISE-IN


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The Spirit Lake

Cruise-In marks its 18th year

Primghar Jaycees host

summer of Figure 8 car races

Boji Bantam Children’s

Theatre opens for the season

OST opens with world

premiere of “On Thin Ice”

Sounds: Iowa Lakes Music Festival

Concert held at St. Joseph’s in Milford

Sports: U of O Campus Bike Ride

and Tennis Tournament hit the lakes

Head to Primghar on a Saturday

night for the Figure 8 car races.

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ON THE COVER

Hot rods will be cruising in to town in Spirit Lake on Saturday, June 27.

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Contents | 5

Calendar: No excuse for not finding

fun activities and events

Must or Bust: If you can’t do it

all, make sure you get to these events

That’s my Ride: A writer rides

along in a 1978 Mercury Cougar XR7

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Sam agreed — this never would have

happened had I been driving the boat.

Our 16-year-old son was spending

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They had more fun on

a lily pad than I ever

thought teenage boys

could.

Late in the day

though, after the boat

traffic wasn’t so heavy,

they wanted to go tubing.

Sam requested

his Dad drive, so they

could pile four guys

on the inflatable and

still have a spotter. Jeff

happily agreed. He

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takes great pleasure in spilling teenagers

into the lake.

I stayed behind to get a few items together

for our evening meal. It couldn’t have been

a half hour when I looked out the window

and noticed them already back on the dock.

Odd.

A few minutes later I learned the rest of

the story.

While navigating the perimeter of Lake

Minnewashta, Jeff cranked the edges pretty

tight in order to send the raft outside the

wake. As he redirected the boat, the rope

went slack for a moment. The instant the

slack was gone, though, the tube lurched

forward. Whether it was the weight of the

passengers or the age of the raft — or perhaps

a combination of the two — the nylon

split wide open. The plastic core of the raft

was spit out like a pea from its pod and the

guys were all thrown into the lake.

When I heard the details from all parties

— husband, son, teenage boys — everyone

agreed on one thing.

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At a Glance:

WHAT: Spirit Lake Cruise-In

WHERE: Downtown Spirit Lake, IA

WHEN: Saturday, June 27 from 6-9

p.m.

COST: Free

CONTACT: 712-336-4978

ONLINE: spiritlakecc.com

Hot rod:

The first known usage of

the word “hot rod” occurred

in 1945, according to Merriam

Webster dictionary.

The definition for a hot rod, according

to the dictionary, is as

follows: “Automobile rebuilt or

modified for high speed, fast acceleration

or sporty appearance.

A wide range of automobiles may

be called hot rods, including some

of those used in drag racing as

well as those used in recreational

cruising. They may be composed

of used or new parts. Some are

intended primarily for exhibition.”

KATE HARLOW | STAFF WRITER

Time to

cruise

Spirit Lake Cruise-In will mark 18 years

Hot rods will be cruising alongside

vintage and antique cars in

downtown Spirit Lake on Saturday,

June 27.

“This fun activity is actually in

downtown and you can just picture it

like it used to be — when that was the

thing to do on a Saturday night,” said

Blain Andrea, the executive director of

Spirit Lake’s Chamber of Commerce.

“You get to see all these cars cruising

the street like it was in the ’50s and

’60s. It’s so cool to bring that back.”

This year will be just about the same

event as in years past without any new

stand out events, but with a crowd

that averages in the thousands, the

organizers attitudes are: It’s not broke,

so why fix it?

“It’s such a popular event and

people enjoy it so much year after year

that we are not planning on changing

it up,” said Andrea.

The Spirit Lake Cruise-In usually

brings in more than 300 cars and

thousands of people, according to

Andrea.

“It’s a fun evening of cruising and

tunes,” Andrea said. “The Ray Tucker

Show will be delighting us with songs

from the oldies again this year.”

In addition to hot rods and hot

tunes, there will also be a good collection

of hot food. In fact, when the

event was originally started by Kim

Kunzmann and his wife, Diane, they

called it Hot Rods, Harleys and Hot

Dogs.

Though the name has changed, there

will still be hot dogs and hot rods.

“There will be a number of nonprofits

set up to sell fun food like

burgers, hot dogs, funnel cakes and

much more,” Andrea said.

One of the reasons the organizers

think the Spirit Lake Cruise-In is such

a success is that it’s a more relaxed

event for car owners.

“They are able to cruise in, enjoy

some food and some fun and then

cruise back out when they want to go

home,” Andrea said. “I think that’s

why it’s popular with car owners.

There are no rules and restrictions that

they have to be parked for a certain

number of hours. It’s just fun.”

The Cruise-In takes place mainly on

Hill Avenue in Spirit Lake, but due to

the extreme success of the event, there

isn’t enough room to fit all of the cars

and the people.

“We flow over most years into the

side streets and that way people have

the opportunity to see even more cool

cars,” Andrea said.

Hot rods, cool tunes and yummy

food. Sounds like a recipe for a perfect,

throw-back Saturday evening. F

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Sports | 7

KATE HARLOW | STAFF WRITER

Off to the races

Primghar Jaycees host Figure 8 Races

Car lovers, race enthusiasts and

people just looking to enjoy a

Saturday night might want to

add the Primghar Jaycees Figure 8

Races to their summer bucket lists.

The Primghar Jaycees host the races

every other Saturday night throughout

the summer at the Figure 8 track in

Primghar, IA. Races started on May 30

and will run through Aug. 15.

The race season is put together and

hosted by the volunteer work of the

Primghar Jaycees, who have been

hosting the races since the 1970s.

“There was a track started years ago

and then the Jaycees took it over in the

’70s,” said Andy Jacobs, a member of

the Primghar Jaycees and one of the

head flag men at the races. “It’s nothing

like what it was when we took it

over and we owe a lot of that to the

older Jaycees who put in the work to

make it what it is today.”

Around 600 spectators come for the

races each time to watch the 35-orso

racers as they drive their specially

modified cars on the special Figure 8

race track.

“It’s very much a family atmosphere

that features good, action-packed

entertainment,” Jacobs said. “It’s also

economical. A family of four — mom,

dad and two kids — can get in for $14

and hotdogs are still a buck.”

There are volunteers who coordinate

the race as well as volunteers who

work the concessions stand.

In fact, volunteers don’t just come

from the Primghar Jaycees. They also

come from surrounding communities

as well.

Along with being a fun event for the

whole family, it’s also the Primghar

Jaycees’ major fundraising venue.

The funds raised at the Figure 8

Races all find their way back into helping

the community.

“In the past year alone, we’ve

made a lot of donations including

everything from little stuff like bicycle

helmets for the kids to helping out

people who are having down or bad

times,” Jacobs said. “A lot of the funds

go to the school and to the athletics.

Most of it goes to the kids in the

Primghar community as well as to

kids in the surrounding area.”

All of those funds come from the

excitement of watching the Figure 8

Races every other weekend.

Figure 8 races are a little different

than your stereotypical car race as the

track forms an 8.

The big question: Won’t the cars run

into each other at the point where the

track crosses?

Apparently not.

The cars from the south must yield

to the ones from the north and the

drivers learn to time it so they don’t

lose much speed.

A typical Primghar Jaycees race will

feature five heats in which the drivers

will be selected randomly.

“The first three cars place; the rest

who finish receive points,” according

to the Primghar Jaycees’ website. “The

placement in the heats dictates who

races in which feature race. The first

and second place winners in the heats

race in the A feature, the last race of

the night.”

On a Saturday evening if you find

yourself wanting to get away from

the rat race think about heading to a

completely different kind of race in

Primghar. F

At a Glance:

WHAT: Primghar Figure 8 Races

WHERE: Primghar Jaycees’ Figure

8 Race Track, Primghar, IA

WHEN: Saturday, June 27 at 7 p.m.

COST: Adults $5, Children $2

CONTACT: 712-957-4640

ONLINE: primghar.com/race

Schedule:

The 2015 Primghar Figure 8

Race schedule for the rest of

the summer:

June 27 at 7 p.m.

July 11 at 7 p.m.

July 18 at 7 p.m.

July 22 at 7:30 p,m.

July 29 at 6:30 p.m. at the Plymouth

County Fairgrounds, Le

Mars, IA

Aug. 1 at 7 p.m.

Aug. 15 at 7 p.m.

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At a Glance:

WHAT: “Miss Nelson is Missing!”

WHERE: Boji Bantam Children’s

Theatre, 2001 Hwy 71 N, Okoboji,

IA

WHEN: 10:30 a.m. June 24-27

COST: $5

CONTACT: 712-332-7773

ONLINE: www.stephens.edu/okobojisummertheatre/boji-bantam/

Casting Call:

Caitlin Castro (Miss Nelson/Miss

Viola Swamp)

Tim Neil (Principal Blandsworth/

Detective McSmogg/Pops)

Natalya McDaniel (Allison)

Lauren Hardcastle (Amy)

Gracie Strawn (Georgie)

Melissa Trelstad (Cheryl)

Schedule:

Three more productions will grace

the Boji Bantam stage this summer.

“Charlotte’s Web” - July 8-11

“The Berenstain Bears on

Stage” - July 22-25

“The Commedia Rapunzel” -

Aug. 5-8

RYLAN HOWE | STAFF WRITER

“Miss Nelson is Missing!”

Boji Bantam Children’s Theatre set to open season

Unruly students force a nice teacher

to flip the script. Boji Bantam

Children’s Theatre opens its

season with “Miss Nelson is Missing!”

by Joan Cushing, adapted from the

popular children’s book by Harry Allard

and James Marshall, from June

24-27 in Okoboji.

Full of fantastic characters and

catchy musical numbers, the summer

opener for Boji Bantam is sure to entertain

children and adults alike.

“It’s vibrant, big, fun and a great

way to kick off summer,” director Jill

Womack said.

Miss Nelson is the sweetest teacher

but happens to have the worst behaved

class in school. One day the

students find Miss Nelson is missing

and in her place is substitute teacher

Miss Viola Swamp, there to teach

them manners and respect with military

precision and with a shade of the

Wicked Witch of West.

The students embark on a mission

to find the much nicer Miss Nelson,

enlisting the help of Detective McSmogg,

and begin to wonder if they’ll

ever see their favorite teacher again.

Excitement and adventure set to

music, along with a bit of a twist at the

end, is a sure way to entertain all ages

in the audience.

“Everyone will recognize themselves

in one of the characters,”

co-artistic director Gail Humphries

Mardirosian said. “This is a colorful,

fast-paced and remarkably engaging

musical, which is going to pull in the

adults as well reminding them of the

child within.”

Mardirosian also serves as musical

director for this first Boji Bantam production

and is eager to bring the music

of Joan Cushing to the stage. There

are also lessons to be learned and

great messages for the audience. This

will be a common theme throughout

the summer shows at Boji Bantam.

Each production was also carefully

selected from a children’s book or tale

adaptation to help advovcate literacy

and encourage reading at home. The

idea being that children will enjoy the

show and want to read the book it was

based upon. Mardirosian hopes this

will add another layer to developing

the theatre audience.

“Theatre for young audiences is a

great way to develop and cultivate

a theatre audience for the future,”

Mardirosian said. “It fascinates me

how many college students got started

just by going to children’s theatre

shows and enjoying them as kids. It’s

introducing a new generation to the

theatre.”

If you’re one of the new generation,

or someone who’s been to many of

the offerings in 58 seasons of Okoboji

Summer Theatre, “Miss Nelson

is Missing!” has all the traits needed

to entertain the child in all of us. So

venture over to Boji Bantam and find

out if those rambunctious students

ever do find their missing teacher. F

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KATE HARLOW | STAFF WRITER

Playbill | 9

At a Glance:

WHAT: “On Thin Ice”

WHERE: Okoboji Summer Theatre,

2001 Hwy. 71 N., Okoboji, IA.

WHEN: 8 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday,

June 16-20; 4:30 p.m. Saturday,

June 20; 6 p.m. Sunday, June 21.

COST: $18

CONTACT: 712-332-7773

ONLINE: www.stephens.edu/okobojisummertheatre

First Nighters:

Daphne Davis, a summer resident

in Spirit Lake, was the winner

of the First Nighter award for the

Okoboji Summer Theatre production

of “On Thin Ice.”

As the winner of the First Nighter

award, Davis won two tickets to the

opening night of the show, a corsage,

truffles, cookies and a bottle

of wine.

Politics gone way, way awry

OST opens season with world premiere of “On Thin Ice”

If there’s one thing Iowa is familiar

with it’s politicians.

Especially during a campaign

season.

But the plight of the politician

who decides to take his campaign to

Okoboji during Winter Games has a

few more twists and turns than the

normal presidential candidate.

Well, maybe not, but the main character

of Okoboji Summer Theatre’s

opening show of the season, “On

Thin Ice,” seems to face some of the

normal hurdles while running for office

and a whole lot more.

OST officially opened for its 58th

season this week with a farce written

and directed by their very own Dan

Schultz, the OST co-artistic director

for the season.

“On Thin Ice” follows democratic

presidential hopeful Congressman

Henry Masterson as he desperately

tries to eke out an edge in the polls

over Hillary Clinton before the Iowa

caucus.

To accomplish this, he and his

campaign manager are willing to do

just about anything. The ‘anything’ is

where they funny comes in.

In an attempt to “shake things up”

Henry judges the Winter Games Chili

Cook-Off, attends the Wing Ding

and drops he buck for the broomball

tournament. Henry even goes so far as

to consider putting vocal conservative

Dash Beckbaugh on the ticket with

him as his running mate.

All he wants is to go back to being

boring and talking about the issues.

And he wants his wife.

Too bad three wives show up. One

man dressed as a woman, one single

teen mom and then, of course, Henry’s

actual wife.

The antics of a few more characters

add to the number of doors banging

shut as people rush on and off the

stage.

Then add a reporter to the mix and

things really get crazy.

While the play might not read quite

as well in a different locale other than

Okoboji without some tweeks, really

rooting the play in the Iowa Great

Lakes with mentions of local flavor

added to the fun for this Okoboji audience.

But they don’t just rely on the Okoboji

connection to bring the fun.

Farce is one of the hardest things to

do as an actor and these 10 did it very

well.

While the jokes and slapstick comedy

made the audience laugh, what

made them roll in the aisles was the

non-verbal comedy. Facial expressions

and the physical acting really

took this play to a whole new level.

It also featured the triumphant return

of two veterans of the OST stage:

Kyle Groff as Masterson and Rob

Doyen as Dash Beckbaugh.

These two professionals were

matched step-for-step by the Stephens

College students on the stage for great

timing and comedic punch.

Don’t miss this play, I’m sure it is

one that is going to be talked about

for the rest of the summer. F

Okoboji | Iowa

“I think that it’s

hilarious. They did

a great job of

integrating the area

into the story.”

Cast:

Charlie Peterson: Ryan Burke

Ella Peterson: Emily Sukolies

Rachel Lennon: ZZ Moor

Henry Masterson: Kyle Groff

Megan Masterson: Maggie Niven

Dash Beckbaugh: Rob Doyen

Svetlana Beckbaugh: Emily Chatterson

Michael Connolly: Austin Smith

Tina Connolly: Chelcie Abercrombie

Doris Walter: Caitlin Castro


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RYLAN HOWE | STAFF WRITER

Classical music comes to Milford

The Arts at St. Joseph to host concert at church

At a Glance:

WHAT: The Arts at St. Joseph presents

The Iowa Lakes Music Festival

Concert

WHERE: St. Joseph Catholic

Church, 1305 Okoboji Ave., Milford,

IA

WHEN: 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, June

28

COST: Free will offering

CONTACT: 712-338-2274

ONLINE: www.stjosephmilford.org

Meet the

Musicians:

Thomas Fortner is an active

cello soloist, chamber musician

and conductor having

performed concerts across

the United States and abroad.

Fortner completed his master studies

in cello at McGill University in

Montreal, Canada. He is one of the

founding members of the TARDIS

String Quartet that is dedicated to

promoting classical music in nontraditional

venues.

Amy Zanrosso, pianist, is a

dynamic musician from the

Bay Area, CA. She is a collaborator

in high demand throughout

the United States. Zanrosso has

worked within a wide range of musical

genres, recently specializing in

classic tango.

Zachary Spontak, violinist,

from Alaska, is a student of

Paul Kantor at Rice University

in Houston. Called a “natural leader”

by Casa Magazine, Spontak is

an active chamber musician and

soloist. Spontak has performed

in Baltimore’s Meyerhoff Hall and

Carnegie Hall, appearing on NPR’s

“From the Top.”

It won’t be just traditional hymns

echoing throughout St. Joseph

Catholic Church next Sunday, June

28, in Milford. Morning mass will

take place as usual, but the afternoon

will be a bit different as The Arts at St.

Joseph hosts the inaugural Iowa Lakes

Music Festival Concert.

The trio of Thomas Fortner on cello,

Amy Zanrosso on piano and Zachary

Spontak on violin will present selections

from Beethoven, Debussy and

Dvorak during a special concert at

4:30 p.m. with a reception to follow.

All three have an extensive background

in music and are professional

musicians of the highest caliber.

The Arts at St. Joseph group started

at the parish in 2012 with the goal of

offering a few events each year with a

tilt towards religious arts.

“We saw lots of offerings for cultural

things in the area and wanted to have

something that could focus on religious

arts and we’ve been able to have

two to three events each year since

then,” Father Tom Flanagan said.

Fortner performed a duet with a

pianist last year at the church and was

eager to get back and start what will

hopefully become an annual event

in the Iowa Lakes Music Festival Concert.

The goal of the concert will be

to bring world class musicians to the

lakes area year after year.

“We’re hoping to do this every

year and we’re very happy to have a

professional group of musicians here

to play,” Father Tom Flanagan said.

“Thomas is an excellent performer

and was well-received last year. He

wanted to do it again and add a violin.”

The concert is sponsored by The

Patrice and Rita Leary Foundation and

United Community Bank and should

be quite a treat for anyone with an

ear for great music in a beautiful and

unique setting.

“Our church is a beautiful space

and the acoustics are great especially

for an event like this,” Flanagan said.

“We’re happy to open to the public

and hope everyone enjoys the concert.

It should be a great addition to events

offered in the lakes area.”

Beautiful music in a beautiful

church. Sounds like wonderful way

to wind down a weekend in the Iowa

Great Lakes. F

AMY ZANROSSO THOMAS FORTNER ZACHARY SPONTAK

Milford | Iowa


DISCOVER! | JUNE 20, 2015

Sports | 11

RYLAN HOWE | STAFF WRITER

Time for

tennis

The University of

Okoboji Campus

Bike Ride is back

The 31st Annual University of Okoboji Campus Bike Ride will

take place at 9 a.m. Saturday, June 27, starting at Florence Park

in Milford, IA. Riders can register early on Friday night from 7-9

p.m. or get to the park early for 7 a.m. registration and pancakes

from Milford Boy Scout Troop 170.

Registration entitles participant to a t-shirt, souvenir program

and barbecue in the park at 3 p.m. The campus ride is not a race

or endurance contest and is intended for riders of all abilities to

go at their own pace and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Iowa

Great Lakes. There are 25-mile, 50-mile and 100-mile rides to

choose from.

University of Okoboji tournament

takes over Spencer complex

Lace up your tennis shoes and

prepare your forehand winner.

It’s time for the University of

Okoboji Youth Tennis Classic next

weekend, June 26-27, at Riverview

Tennis Complex in Spencer.

The tournament has been drawing

tennis players ages 12-18 from all over

the country for more than 25 years

and this year figures to be no exception.

The entry fee is $28 for both

singles and doubles and includes a

free t-shirt. The entry deadline is just

before midnight Sunday, June 21, so

hurry and enter if you haven’t already.

Players can sign up for doubles on

the day of the tournament if needed.

Trophies will be awarded to first and

second places in all divisions.

“This tournament has a history of

drawing participants from all over,”

tournament director Dave Soucek

said. “We average about 30-40 participants

and people make it part of their

vacations.”

Whether they come from Iowa,

Minnesota, South Dakota, Missouri,

Michigan or Colorado, each participant

is guaranteed at least two matches

and perhaps more in a round-robin

format.

“We really gear the tournament

towards getting as many matches for

the kids as possible,” Soucek said. “We

keep a casual atmostphere and it’s a

great opportunity for players to get a

good amount of tourney experience.”

Soucek said another benefit and

draw of the tournament is that players

get the chance to compete with and

meet different players.

“Most of them are playing the same

group of kids in all the tournaments

in their home states,” Soucek said.

“Here, with the lakes being a vacation

destination players from all over they

get a chance to mix and play against

someone new.”

At a Glance:

WHAT: University of Okoboji Youth

Tennis Classic

WHERE: Riverview Tennis Complex,

612 4th St. SE, Spencer, IA

WHEN: June 26-27

COST: $28, Entry deadline Sunday,

June 21

CONTACT: 712-262-2344

ONLINE: tennislink.usta.com

Whether that new competitor is the

next Serena Williams or Andy Roddick

remains to be seen, but dozens of

players will be trying their best on the

courts of Riverview Tennis Complex.

University of Okoboji will be busy

next weekend with the 31st Annual

Campus Bike Ride on tap as well.

Bring your bike or bring your

racket. Either way, U of O school pride

should be on full display throughout

the weekend and throughout the Iowa

Great Lakes. F

Spencer | Iowa


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Wednesday, June 24

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Thursday, June 25

•2:00–6:00 p.m. Farmer’s Market at Ashley Park

•5:00 p.m. Little Miss/Mr. Pageant at Historic State Theatre

Friday, June 26

•6:30 p.m. Tri For Health: Kids

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•9:00 p.m.–1:00 a.m. Live! Outdoor Music Entertainment at Pillars by IV Play

Saturday, June 27

•8:00–10:30 a.m. Knights of Columbus Omelette Breakfast at Ashley Park

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•11:30 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Beer and Brats at the American Legion

•12:30 p.m. Free Movie Matinee at Historic State Theatre

•6:30 p.m. Race Night at the Speedway with Fireworks

Sunday, June 28

•10:00 a.m. Community Church Service: by First Baptist Church

•11:30 a.m. Community Potluck at the Park

•1:00 p.m. Top of the Nation Sheep Show at Jackson County Fairgrounds

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Monday, June 22

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•6:30 p.m. Creative Spirits Painting at

Bridget’s Bucksnort’s Brew Ha Ha & Grill

Wednesday, June 24

•Zoo Man Show

at the Government Center East (Use door #7)

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Thursday, June 25

•2:00–6:00 p.m. Farmer’s Market at Ashley Park

•5:00 p.m. Little Miss/Mr. Pageant

at Historic State Theatre

Friday, June 26

•6:30 p.m. Tri For Health: Kids

•5:00–7:00 p.m. Pork Chop on a Stick Meal fundraiser

with Tri-4-Health and New Fashion Pork

•9:00 p.m.–1:00 a.m. Live!

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•8:00–10:30 a.m. Knights of Columbus

Omelette Breakfast at Ashley Park

•8:00–11:00 a.m. Sidewalk Sales at Local Businesses

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•12:30 p.m. Free Movie Matinee

at Historic State Theatre

•6:30 p.m. Race Night at the Speedway

with Fireworks

Sunday, June 28

•10:00 a.m. Community Church Service:

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•11:30 a.m. Community Potluck at the Park

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KATE HARLOW | STAFF WRITER

Painting with

beeswax

Nature Center teaches

encaustic beeswax painting

The Dickinson County Nature

Center is ready to teach you to

mind your own beeswax. That is,

they are going to teach you to paint

with a medium that includes heated

beeswax.

As a part of their ongoing Art &

Nature series, the nature center will be

hosting an Encaustic Beeswax Painting

class on Wednesday, June 24.

“Encaustic is a wax based paint

(composed of beeswax, resin and

pigment), which is kept molten on

a heated palette. It is applied to an

absorbent surface and then reheated

in order to fuse the paint,” according

to R&F Handmade Paints.

“The word ‘encaustic’ comes from

the Greek word ‘enkaiein,’ meaning

to burn in, referring to the process of

fusing the paint.”

It’s also just really cool.

At least that’s what artist Karess

Knudtson thinks. Knudtson is also the

environment education coordinator

with the Dickinson County Conservation

Board.

“I have been encaustic painting for

about five years. In late 2010, I stumbled

upon an encaustic exhibit in a

gallery while on vacation. I was very

taken with the look and texture of the

medium,” Knudtson said. “Over the

next several months I researched, read

and started experimenting with this

facilitating medium. As it turned out

incorporating encaustics into my art it

(encaustics/beeswax) ended up being

the ingredient that really brought my

mixed media work together.”

This medium is perfectly suited

to this artist/environmentalist as it

incorporates the efforts of one of nature’s

most tireless workers.

“This medium is my favorite for several

reasons. First of all, the finished

product is beautiful and cannot really

be achieved any other way,” Knudtson

said. “The beeswax itself smells

so good when you are working with

it; there is just a hint of honey smell

when the wax is heated.”

“But for me the most amazing part

of encaustics is the direct link that it

has to the honeybee. As an artist, I

would not have any material to paint

with without the tireless work of honeybees.”

In addition to learning about how

to work with encaustics, Knudtson

will also share some information

about the history of the medium.

All in all, Knudtson just hopes that

people enjoy themselves and learn a

little.

“For this class, I really want participants

to get their feet wet with

encaustics. It can be a bit intimidating

at first, but like anything it gets easier

with practice. I will talk a bit about

the history of encaustics as it has been

around a very long time,” Knudtson

said.

“The other very important aspect

that I want participants to walk away

with is the important link to the honeybee.

They are out making honey,

pollinating over a third of our food

and making wax in the process. We

really need to make sure they have a

healthy environment which allows

them to keep busy buzzing.”

The class costs $20 for supplies and

space is limited so call the nature center

soon to secure your spot.

You won’t want to miss learning to

work in this medium.

It’s the bee’s knees. F

Pieces | 17

At a Glance:

WHAT: Art & Nature Course: Encaustic

Beeswax Painting

WHERE: Dickinson County Nature

Center, 170th St. Okoboji, IA

WHEN: Wednesday, June 24 at 6

p.m.

COST: $20 to cover supplies and

materials

CONTACT: 712-336-6352

ONLINE: dickinsoncountyconservationboard.com

More classes:

July 22: Nature Photography with

Dan Ruf

Aug. 12-14: Watercolors with Anita

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Sept. 23: Andy Goldsworthy Art

Oct. 28: Completely Concrete

Nov. 18: Nature Weaving

Dec. 16: Recycled Christmas

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The Legend and the Fun House. The Roof Garden and the Majestic Pavilion. The Queen II

and The State Pier. Nutty bars, big bands and rock ‘n’ roll and the thrills of a summer day

at the park. Join us in wishing a happy 125th anniversary to Arnolds Park Amusement Park. To help celebrate we will be running

photos from the park at different points in its history through the end of the season here in Discover! magazine. This photo was

taken at the Roof Garnden in the late ’40s. If you have a historic photo of the park you’d like to see in print please send it to

discover@iowainformation.com and let us know a little bit about it.

Arnold Park Amusement Park | Iowa

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new at the

box

office

Limited release movies are not included in “What’s

New.” Only films that receive an average “C” or better

rating by movie critics on both coasts and the

Midwest are included in “Good Stuff.”

Inside Out PG

Growing up can be a bumpy road, and it’s no exception for

Riley, who is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father

starts a new job in San Francisco.

Dope R

A critical hit and audience favorite out of the Sundance Film

Festival, Malcolm is carefully surviving life in a tough neighborhood

in Los Angeles while juggling college applications, academic

interviews, and the SAT.

Manglehorn PG-13

A strange and lonely man tries to come to terms with a past

crime that cost him the love of his life.

good stuff still playing

Jurassic World

Me and Earl and

the Dying Girl

Entourage

Spy

PG-13

123 min

★★★★★

PG-13

104 min

★★★★★

what you can rent

Chappie

R

119 min

★★★★★

Dinos reign again in this fourth entry of the Jurassic Park series to be scripted by Rick Jaffa

and Amanda Silver.

This is the story of Greg Gaines, an awkward high school senior whose mom forces him to

spend time with Rachel - a girl in his class with whom he hasn’t spoken to since kindergarten

- who was just diagnosed with cancer.

In the near future, crime is patrolled by an oppressive mechanized police force. But now,

the people are fighting back. When one police droid, Chappie, is stolen and given new programming,

he becomes the first robot with the ability to think and feel for himself.

Run All Night R

110 min

Liam Neeson reunites with Unknown director Jaume Collet-Serra for this Warner Bros.

The Squeeze

Kingsman: The

Secret Service

The Duff

R

105 min

★★★★★

R

117 min

★★★★★

★★★★★

PG-13

95 min

★★★★★

R

128 min

★★★★★

PG-13

100 min

★★★★★

Screen | 19

“Entourage,” the much-anticipated big-screen version of the award-winning hit HBO series,

reunites the show’s original cast.

Susan Cooper is a deskbound CIA analyst, and the unsung hero behind the Agency’s most

dangerous missions. But when her partner falls off the grid and another top agent is compromised,

she volunteers to go undercover to infiltrate the world of a deadly arms dealer.

thriller following a mob hit-man and his estranged son as they flee the wrath of a vengeful

crime boss.

This is a caper about a notorious gambler who discovers a modest young man in a small

rural town with uncommon golf skills

Kingsman: The Secret Service tells the story of a super-secret spy organization that recruits

an unrefined but promising street kid into the agency’s ultra-competitive training program

just as a global threat emerges from a twisted tech genius.

Bianca is a content high school senior whose world is shattered when she learns the

student body knows her as ‘The DUFF’ (Designated Ugly Fat Friend) to her prettier, more

popular friends.

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COME TRAVEL WITH US!

SUMMER

THEATRE 2015

SPIRIT LAKE, IOWA

Art at the Heart

TICKET PRICES

FOR 2015:

$20.00 FOR MUSICALS AND

$18.00 FOR NON-MUSICALS

GROUPS OF 10/MORE RECEIVE

$2.00 PER TICKET DISCOUNT

The Okoboji Summer Theatre

is owned and operated by

Stephens College and has been

a proud member of the Iowa

Great Lakes community for

more than 58 years.

On Thin Ice (Farce, PG-13) ............................... June 16-21

Last Train to Nibroc (Romance, PG) ............... June 23-28

Barefoot in the Park (Comedy, PG) ........... June 30-July 5

Rodgers and Hammerstein's State Fair

(Family Musical, All Ages) ..........................................July 7-12

Unnecessary Farce (Farce, PG-13) .................. July 14-19

To Kill A Mockingbird (American Classic, PG) . July 21-26

The Taffetas (Musical, PG) ........................July 28-August 2

Greater Tuna (Comedy, PG-13) .........................August 4-9

Fiddler on the Roof (Musical, PG) ...............August 11-16

CALL THE BOX OFFICE 712.332.7773 FOR TICKET INFORMATION

THE OFFICE OPENS FOR THE SEASON MONDAY, JUNE 8

Winnipeg

Folklorama Festival AUG 6-9

Folklorama! Celebrate life and culture with world-class

entertainment, delicious authentic food and beautiful

cultural displays at Folklorama, the largest and

longest-running multicultural festival of its kind in the

world. We will be exploring one of the most vibrant arts

and culture scenes found in the heart of the continent.

Idaho & Montana

AUG 18-28

High Plains Western Heritage Center, Little Bighorn

Battlefield & Museum, Moss Mansion, Grizzly Bear

Encounter, Coeur d’Alene’s Old Mission Park, Museum

of North Idaho, Lake Coeur d’Alene Dinner Cruise, Nez

Perce National Historical Park, Hagerman Fossil Beds

National Monument, Yellowstone National Park, Cody

Rodeo, Cody Cattle Company Dinner Theater, Wyoming

Dinosaur Center, Fort Casper Museum & Historic Site,

Scottsbluff National Monument, Fort Robinson Museum

FOR MORE DETAILS GO TO:

www.swtourandtravel.com

Southwest

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Great Movies At A Fair Price!

1

MAX

Theatres

SIBLEY, IOWA • (712) 754-2672

www.maxtheatres.com

Presented in Digital Projection & Sound

PLAYING JUNE 19-25

PG-13

PITCH PERFECT 2

SUNDAY–THURSDAY: 7:00

FRIDAY & SATURDAY: 7:00 & 9:25

SUNDAY MATINEE 2:15 PM

2 JURASSIC WORLD - 3D

SUNDAY–THURSDAY: 7:00

FRIDAY & SATURDAY: 7:00 & 9:35

SUNDAY MATINEE 2:15 PM

Admission Adults - $6.00, Children - $5.00,

Matinee Admission - $5.00

3D Movies Require a $2.50 Surcharge

SENIORS RECEIVE FREE

small popcorn with paid admission

MONDAY IS BOWL NIGHT

TUESDAY $1 POP AND POPCORN

PG-13

All Seats $5 Tuesday!

$2 Soft Drinks & $2 Popcorn


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20 | Calendar

20, 2015

JUNE 17-20

Le Mars Ice Cream Days

Le Mars, IA. 712-546-8821

JUNE 18-20

“Rumpelstiltskin”

Treasure Village 2023 IA-86, Milford, IA.

712-337-3731

JUNE 19-20

Big O Show, Collectibles &

Unique Pieces for sale

Old Brooks Motel, Hwy. 71, Arnolds Park, IA

JUNE 19-20

Risefest

Sheldon, IA. 712-324-9763

JUNE 20

2nd Annual Bear Chase 5K Fun

Run/Walk

The Bear Coffeehouse and Wine Bar, 24

West Park, Spencer, IA. 712-264-6227

JUNE 20

Kickoff to Summer Geocaching

Event

Scouts House at Kinderspeeland Park,

Orange City, IA.

JUNE 21

University of Okoboji Vettes in

the Park

Arnolds Park Amusement Park, Arnolds

Park, IA. www.uofocorvetteclub.com

JUNE 22

Dick Bauman Big Band

Pearson Lakes Art Center, 2201 Hwy. 71,

Okoboji, IA 712-332-7013

JUNE 23

Hike the Wild

Westport Park, Dickinson County Nature

Center, 2279 170th Street, Okoboji, IA.

JUNE 23-27

“Rumpelstiltskin”

Treasure Village 2023 IA-86, Milford, IA.

712-337-3731

JUNE 23-28

“The Last Train to Nibroc”

Okoboji Summer Theatre, 2001 Hwy 71

N, Okoboji, IA. 712-332-7773

JUNE 24

Encaustic Beeswax Painting

Dickinson County Nature Center, 2279

170th Street, Okoboji, IA. 712-336-6352

JUNE 24

Festival Latino

Onstage Orange City, Windmill Park, Orange

City, 712-707-6514

JUNE 24

Wild Wednesday: Elastigirl and

the Amphibians

Waitt Lab, Iowa Lakeside Laboratory,

1838 Hwy. 86, Milford, IA. 712-337-3669

Don’t miss it!

Lobster

Boil

Dinner

in the

Vineyard

JUNE 18

Calico Skies VIneyard & WInery, 2368

Able Blvd., Inwood, IA. 712-753-2110

JUNE 24-27

“Miss Nelson is Missing!”

Boji Bantam Children’s Theatre, at Okoboji

Summer Theatre, 2001 Hwy 71 N, Okoboji,

IA. 712-332-7773

JUNE 25

Free Senior Picnic

Heritage Landing Senior Apartments,

1305 Jeppeson Rd, West Okoboji, IA.

JUNE 26-27

University of Okoboji

Junior Tennis Classic

(712) 338-2424

JUNE 26

Gemboree 5K Glow Run/Walk

Mill Creek State Park, Paulilina, IA allsportcentral.com

JUNE 27

Primghar Iowa Figure 8 Races

Primghar, IA. 712-957-2435

MAY

JUNE

JULY

DON’T SEE YOUR EVENT?

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with any calendar submissions.

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The Corporate Accountant must demonstrate strong presentation

skills and credibility as well as comfort interfacing

with leaders. The successful candidate will possess 5+

years of experience in a financial leadershiprole, ideally

as the Corporate Accountant or an equivalent position.

Relevant undergraduate degree required. The compensation

for this position will be based upon the skills and experience

the candidate brings to the table. The low end of the

pay scale starts at $55,000 plus benefits. This position is a

direct hire position. Here is your opportunity to live, work

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5

If you don’t have time for everything this weekend,

HERE’S OUR SUGGESTIONS OF WHERE YOU SHOULD START.

DON’T MISS IT! RiseFest set to rise again

1

RiseFest started off as a small Christian music festival. Since then, the festival has continued

to grow and grow and grow. Ten years ago, the stage was much smaller. There was no jumbotron

to show performances. This year, they are bringing in a considerably larger stage, along with a big screen

to help patrons see the performances on stage. RiseFest will take place in Sheldon on June 19-20.

Take in a

show

Both Okoboji

Summer Theatre

and the

Treasure Village

Family Theatre

opened for the

summer season

this week.

Their seasons

will both

be filled to the

brim with fun

shows to be

enjoyed by

theater-goers

of all ages.

3

We all scream for ice cream

Seemingly endless scoops of ice cream and a

Saturday morning parade. What more can one

ask for during a summer celebration? If you visit

Le Mars for Ice Cream Days, the answer is a

whole lot more. Along with plenty of that aforementioned

ice cream of course. There are events

both old and new to entertain the whole family

during Ice Cream Days from June 17-20.

A well-vetted weekend

A collection of cool rides will be cruising the lakeside next

weekend as Vettes in the Park takes over the Iowa Great

Lakes area with a variety of events for the Corvette afficionado.

But that doesn’t mean you have to be a Corvette lover,

or even an owner to join in on the fun at Vettes in the Park

June 19-21 in the Iowa Great Lakes.

Must or Bust | 21

4Rock Rapids’

Heritage Days

are back to full

schedule

There are no doubts

or questions this year.

Heritage Days in Rock

Rapids is back in full

force with a weekend

packed full of family

fun. A devastating

flood last year forced

the annual summer

celebration to be condensed

into a single

day with many events

canceled altogether.

This time around all the

traditional events are

back, along with a few

new events like a soap

box derby and ping

pong ball drop the celebration

lasts from Friday,

June 19 until Sunday,

June 21.

THE LINEUP

Here is a list of who’s playing

where this weekend.

THURSDAY, JUNE 18

Rock the Roof featuring Slow Jam

and Starfire

6 p.m., The Roof Garden, Arnolds Park Amusement

Park. 712-330-0889

Big Nacho Karaoke

7 p.m., Barefoot Bar at Parks Marina, East Lake Okoboji.

712-332-7303

Todd Partridge

8-10:30 p.m., The Wine Bar & Art Gallery, Arnolds

Park, IA. 712-539-1351

Elliott Blaufuss & the Booty Bumpters

9:30 p.m., Captain’s Getaway, 107 W Broadway St,

Arnolds Park, IA. 712-332-7045

FRIDAY, JUNE 19

Power Play

7 p.m., Barefoot Bar at Parks Marina, East Lake Okoboji.

IA. 712-332-7303

Richie Lee & The Fabulous 50’s

7 p.m., Boji Bay Fun House and Pavilion, 2501 Boji

Bend Dr., Milford, IA. 712-338-2034

Damon Dotson and Lance and Tracy Evans

7:30 p.m., Live at the Lake, Preservation Plaza, Arnolds

Park Amusement Park, 712-332-2183

Teddy Holidays and Sexy Delicious

(SuperGroup) AKA Fancy Drink

9:30 p.m., Captain’s Getaway, 107 W Broadway St,

Arnolds Park, IA. 712-332-7045

SATURDAY, JUNE 20

Bill Dewey Cash Tribute

2 p.m., Barefoot Bar at Parks Marina, East Lake Okoboji,

IA. 712-332-7303

Boogie Wonderland

7 p.m., Barefoot Bar at Parks Marina, East Lake Okoboji,

IA. 712-332-7303

The Nadas

7:30 p.m., Live at the Lake, Preservation Plaza, Arnolds

Park Amusement Park, 712-332-2183

Teddy Holidays and Sexy Delicious

(SuperGroup) AKA Fancy Drink

9:30 p.m., Captain’s Getaway, 107 W Broadway St,

Arnolds Park, IA. 712-332-7045

SUNDAY, JUNE 21

Itty Bitty Boji Band

2 p.m., Barefoot Bar at Parks Marina, East Lake Okoboji.

712-332-7303

Max Wellman

3:30-6 p.m., The Wine Bar & Art Gallery, Arnolds

Park, IA. 712-539-1351


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insurance & real estate needs

Affiliated with Northwest Consultants

313 Main St. • Sanborn, IA 51248

Phone 712.729.3691 • Fax 712.729.5648

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Creative Living Center

Seeking Wholeness in a Broken World

Individual, Marriage, Family,

Adolescent Counseling and Play Therapy

1905 10th St., Rock Valley • 712-476-5245 • 888-587-2537

with offices located in Hawarden,

Sioux Center, Orange City and Sheldon

www.creativelivingcenterpc.com

Gnade Auto Sales

5623 460th Street, Paullina, IA

Call Joel at 712.949.3500

VOTED #1 DEALER IN PAULLINA

Dry Run Drainage, Ltd.

Paullina, IA

Keith Rohwer 712.261.5786

Bruce Rohwer 712.261.3277

For your field tiling and drainage needs, contact us today!

I have been in practice since 2005,

but my practice in Hartley has been

open since 2009. I offer manual and

instrument adjusting, acupuncture,

cold laser therapy, supplements, and all

Tempur-Pedic products. Pat McCarty

provides massage therapy at my clinic.

128 S. Central Ave.

Hartley, IA 51346

712-928-2653

Visit our website at:

www.hartleychiro.com

Bootsma Dog Grooming

Over 20 Years of Experience

We Do Dog and Cat Grooming

Call for an Appointment!

Carol Bootsma, Owner

3191 Sorrel Avenue, Sanborn, IA • 712-729-5341

Snider’s Auto Care Center

110 3rd Street NE

Hartley, IA

712.728.2865

Kevin Snider, Owner

Your hometown Auto Care Center

Mon - Sat: 7am - 9pm

6570 420th St.

Sutherland, IA

Brian Rohlfsen

712-446-2063

or 712-348-0511

Vintage

Items

FROM 1890 -1930

Old house parts, from floor

to ceiling and all woodwork

and hardware in between!

Klay, Veldhuizen,

Bindner, DeJong, DeJong,

Halverson &

Winterfeld, Plc

712-949-2142 • Paullina, IA

712-737-4851• Orange City, IA

712-722-3210 • Sioux Center, IA

ND MillWerk

Salvage and Sales

Phone 712.949.9375

5617 460th Street,

Highway 10, Paullina, IA

Call for hours or appointments

sales@oldwoodwork.com

www.oldwoodwork.com

Denise R. Steffen

Agent

712.957.2535 | 712.757.2545 fax

712.260.6282 cell | 800.823.4809 toll-free

Denise.Steffen@fbfs.com

http://denisesteffen.fbfs.com

340 2nd St. SE, P.O. Box 350

Primghar, IA 51245


CASUAL

DINING

with beautiful surrounds, indoors or outdoors,

overlooking well-groomed greens of

Brooks National Golf Course!

DISCOVER! | JUNE 20, 2015 | 23

30 Years in Okoboji!

Transitional menu varies from Lighter

Fare to Steaks - full menu available

throughout the day. Full-service Bar with

Promotional Drinks and Daily Features.

OPEN

11-2 TUESDAY - SATURDAY

11-3 SUNDAY

1201 Brooks Park Dr.,

Okoboji, IA

712-332-8013

Ranked #1 for Food & Service among 22+ restaurants in the area.

Join us at our newest location

Central Emporium, Upper Level

The best view on Lake Okoboji

144 Lakeshore Dr., Arnolds Park, IA

712-332-8176 - Reservations Preferred

www.rababsbistro.com

Maxwell’s was founded

in 1986 by Lewis Casson.

From the start, Maxwell’s

presented itself as a

restaurant offering superior

food served with care and

courtesy. Responding to their

clientele’s rising appreciation

of sophisticated foods, they

carefully expanded Maxwell’s

menu to include classic

cosmopolitan dishes.

712-332-7578

37 Lake St., Arnolds Park, IA

·Open for lunch

daily at 11:30 a.m.

·Open for dinner

daily at 5:30 p.m.

Owned by Lewis Casson and Julie Roth

Wings

SUMMER

HOURS:

Tuesday through

Saturday:

Open at 5 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday:

Open at 9 a.m.

for Breakfast

LIGHTHOUSE

BAR & GRILL

Phone 332-5995

East Oaks Mall,

Okoboji, IA

Outdoor Concerts


DISCOVER! | JUNE 20, 2015

24 | That’s my Ride

That’s my

RIDE

Old, vintage cars all have a

story. And Dave Wurpts’

1978 Mercury Cougar

XR7 with 120,000 miles on the

odometer is no different.

It’s the first and only car that

he has ever bought brand new.

It’s also the car that tells the

story of his family. He told me

the story as we went for a drive

on a pretty summer day.

“I bought it brand new in August

of 1978 when I was 21, and

when I met my wife in the spring

of 1980, this is the car we drove

when we dated,” Dave said.

When Dave married Glenda

on June 5, 1981, the Cougar

was the car they drove. The

couple also drove the car on

their honeymoon.

KATE HARLOW | STAFF WRITER

1978 Mercury Cougar XR7

At a Glance:

BUSINESS: Memory Lane

Restorations, Dave Wurpts

WHERE: 107 North Runger

Ave., Sheldon, IA

CONTACT: 712-324-2453

ONLINE: memorylanerestorations.net

Later it became the family’s

saving grace.

They were able to refinance

the car once to pay medical

bills and then twice more to

fund the adoption of Wurpts’

two children.

“I felt like I paid for this car

four times,” he said with a laugh.

The 1978 Mercury Cougar

was the car that the Wurpts

drove to the airport to pick up

their adopted son, Christopher,

and daughter, Cassandra.

“Both of our kids are adopted

from Korea and we drove them

home in this car from the airport

in Des Moines,” Dave said.

Then when Dave and Glenda

were celebrating their 25th

wedding anniversary, they

drove the Cougar to the big

celebration. Fitting, no?

Breathing new life into vintage

cars and keeping them in

tip-top shape isn’t just a passion

for Dave, it’s what he does

for a living.

He is the owner of Memory

Lane Restorations in Sheldon,

IA. After many years of fixing

cars on the side, Dave finally

decided to open up a shop

eight years ago.

He will take a car and rebuild

it from the ground up.

Currently in his garage he is

working on restoring a 1956

Chevy pickup, a 1928 American

La France Fire Truck for

Sanborn Fire Department, a

1964 ½ Mustang, and a 1968

Pontiac Firebird convertible.

If you’re a car lover, it’s like

being a kid in a candy store.

For Dave, it’s all about bringing

the car back to life and the

joy of the customer.

“I love seeing the car completed

and seeing the customer

so happy and excited,” Dave

As for the Cougar, it’s no longer

the family car, but they do

drive it on a regular basis.

Memory Lane

Restorations brings

cars back to life

Because with a 351, V8

beneath the hood, the 1978

Mercury Cougar XR7 is still one

smooth ride. F

Sheldon | Iowa

Quality

Vehicle Restoration

Cars, Trucks,

Tractors, Motorcycles

and more!

107 N. Runger, Sheldon, IA • 712.324.2453 • Dave & Glenda Wurpts, Owners


REGIONAL RESTAURANT GUIDE

The

GinGham inn

Restaurant & Lounge

Lakes Area Favorite for over 50 years

•Chicken • Steaks • Ribs and More

•Homemade Nightly Specials • Salad Bar • Kids Menu

Phone 712-336-2347

100 Hill Ave • Spirit Lake • South Shore of Big Spirit

Tuesday-Saturday at 5:00 p.m.; Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.; Closed Monday

Enjoy the tastes and menus

of these great restaurants!

PLENTY OF OPTIONS TO SATISFY

YOUR MOOD AND BUDGET

MONDAY NIGHT

BURGER NIGHT

TUESDAY NIGHT

50¢ OFF

BOTTLED BEER

DISCOVER! | JUNE 20, 2015 | 25

WEDNESDAY NIGHT

CHICKEN NIGHT

THE HIDEOUT

712-448-2033

4811 Oak Hill Ave, Germantown, IA

Closed Sundays!

DOWNTOWN

GRANVILLE

Tues-Fri: 11am-1:30pm

Tues-Sat: 5pm-Close

OUR PARTY ROOM IS AVAILABLE

712-727-3000

DAILY NOON SPECIALS

Noon Specials Change Daily

Every Wednesday: Homemade Soup & Sandwich

Every Thursday: Broasted chicken, Lettuce Salad,

Broasted Potatoes and Roll

NIGHTLY SPECIALS

Tuesday: Taco Salad or Chicken/Bacon Wrap (Alternate

Weeks) 8 pc Chicken & Fries, Homemade Pizza

Wednesday: Wings – 35 cents each – 7 sauces

Thursday: 6 oz. Bacon Wrapped Steak,

Homemade Pizza, 8 pc Chicken & Fries

Friday: Whiskey Marinated Sirloin Steak,

All You Can Eat Fish (Breaded or Baked),

Hamburger Steak w/Sauted Onions

Saturday: BBQ Ribs (2nd Sat. of Month),

Chicken Alfredo (1st, 3rd & 4th Sat. of Month),

8 oz Grilled or Broasted Pork Loin, 10 oz Sirloin Steak

Continuous

sports action

on 19 TV’s

•Burgers & Chicken

•Sandwiches

•Wraps •Dinner

•12 Tap Beers

CASUAL FAMILY DINING

www.spencersportspage.com

804 11 th St SW, Spencer, IA

Grill & Bar

Sunday & Monday

11:00 A.M. – 9:00 P.M.

(Extended Bar Hours)

Tuesday – Saturday

11:00 A.M. – 10:00 P.M.

(Extended Bar Hours)

Lunch - Everyday

11:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

(Extended Bar Hours)

Open for the season!

FALL HOURS

SUNDAY-THURSDAY 10-8

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 10-9

1614 TERREACE PARK BLVD,

MILFORD, IA

Phone 712-324-2516

1989 Park St., Sheldon, IA

You’ll love our

Great

Hy-Vee ' s

Kitchen

®

Thursday Nights

TACO NIGHT

Friday & Saturday Nights

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