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Thursday, February 3, 2011 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. January 9 Billy Botts, Greenfield Plaza, reported an assault occurring at his residence. Two Greenfield Plaza ju- veniles were referred to juvenile court in connec- tion with the incident. January 18 Des Moines police re- covered a 2007 Dodge Da- kota truck in Des Moines registered to Harold Fillman, Jr., rural Carlisle, who subsequently indi- cated vehicle has been sto- len; investigation contin- DeS. January 20 Keith Burdy, rural Indianola, reported tools valued $4,200 missing at his place of business. January 21 Officers conducting a traffic stop on Hwy 65/69 Indianola charged All Seymour of rural Prole with OWI. January 22 A Hartford juvenile re- ported an assault occur- ring in rural Norwalk; no d-targes filed following in- vestigation. January 24 Mary Clarke, rural Norwalk, reported jew- elry items valued at $5,000 taken from her residence. January 26 Diana Farkas, Green- field Plaza, rel0rted entry gained into her home by forcing a door; $100 dam- age to door .and frame, no list of items taken at this time. ACCIDENTS Jan. 21-9 a.m., G14 and R63: a vehicle driven by Mark Juarez, 35, Des Moines, was unable to stop at the intersection and went into the ditch striking a chainlink fence; $2,500 damage to vehicle; $200 damage to the fence owned by Terry Tignar of rural Norwalk. Jan. 23-11:30 p.m., Hwy 92 west of R63: a vehide driven by Dallas Stephens, 30, Winterset, told officers she fell asleep and went into the ditch; $3,500 damage to vehicle and she was cited for failure to have control and no driver's license. Fundraiser Planned for Dallas lath In September of last year, 19-year-old Dallas Fath, of Norwalk, was on his way home after leaving work at Dahl's on Fleur when he was involved in an automobile accident. It was raining hard that night and as he approached the stop sign on Beardsley and 80 th Avenue, another driver ran through the stop sign and Dallas' car was t- boned on the driver's side. To help the family cover some of the many medical expenses that have come as a result of the accident, the Lions Club and the Knights of Columlus are hosting a fundraiser with proceeds to go to the Fath family. The fundraiser will be held Sunday, Feb. 20, at St. John the Apostle Catho- lic Church, 720 Orchard Hills Dr., from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. For a goodwill do- nation, attendees can enjoy pancakes, eggs, sausage, French toast, juice, milk and coffee. For more information, or to make a donation to the Fath family, contact Marlene Tuggle or Domonick Cimino at 981- 0909. Warriors Fifth Grade Take First Place Iorwalk Warriors fifth grade boy  _oached by Matt Vaske and Scott Johnson won Lst place in Sports Plex West Leagt, e; I st place Van Meter Basketball Tournament md I st place Norwalk Basketba'r Tou,"nnent. Front row, left to right: Cooper Seving, Drew Rosonke, Luke Vaske, Austin Allgaier, Cooper Cirksena. Back row, eft to right: Matt Vaske, Grant Garer, Daniel Geistler, Blake Johnson, Levi Lorenz, 3cott Johnson. Photo submitteY. *** Examine what is said,not him who speaks. -Arab Proverb It's always a party at atsAMORE 8384 South Oriila Rd., Norwalk 981-9127 after 5 p.m. Tues.- Fri. or 371-2092 Any Event. Any Day, Any Food, Any Way Banquet Facilities for any Occasion Rent by Hour or Day Full-Service Bar .Full Kitchen Country Setting .Dance Floor Seats up to150 Guests Holiday Parties, Family Reunions, Dinners, Wedding Rehearsals, Graduations, Birthdays, Business Meetings and School Events Apple Tree Children's Center Sponsor of Food Program The Norwalk Apple Tree Children's Center and Apple Tree Adventure an- nounces their sponsorship of the Child and Adult Care Food Program. Meals are available at no separate charge to enrolled children in these child care centers. Meals are provided with- out regards to race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. For more information contact Apple Tree Children's Center at 1020 Main St., or Apple Tree Adventures at 713 School Ave., at 981-9332. Birth Matthew and Melanie Bryan, Oskaloosa, are the parents of a baby girl, Preslie Ann, born Monday, Jan. 10 at Mercy Medical Center. Preslie weighed 7 lbs., 8 oz. and was 20 in. long. Her siblings are Lexie, 4 1/2 and Kien, 15 months. Grandparents are Donnie and Barbara Proc- tor, Norwalk, and Dennis and Marcy Bryan, Oskaloosa. Great-grandparents are Bonnie Burress, Floris, Glenn and Jean Proctor, Ottumwa and Glen and Peggy Plate, Oskaloosa. Peanut butter was in- vented as a health food by a physician who was con- cerned about the nutrition of his elderly patients. In-Floor ~ Geothermal Heating "Insured & Certified" (515) 989-0t06 SALES ~ SERVICE - REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL S T A N D R IE G R O U P LEADERS IN COMMUNICATION SOLUTIONS N. NEWTON STANDRIDGE (515) 229-5310 WWW. STAN DR1DG E G ROUP.COM 1304 Sb/lane Drive, Norwalk, IA 50211 PRINTING AND PROMOTION Norwalk UMC Valentines Dinner Treat the love of your life to a Valentines Dinner at the Norwalk United Methodist Church, Satur- day, Feb. 12, 6:07 p.m. A free will offering will be taken. Food will be pro- vided by United Method- ist Men. For more informa- tion call the church at 981- 4251. Linn Grove Monthly Meal Linn Grove is having their monthly "free will of_ fering" dinner Thursday, Feb. 10. The meal will be served from 5 to 7 p.m. and can be dine-in or carry out. The menu will be meatloaf, baked potato, vegetable, dessert and bev- erage. There will be no cost for the meal but a free will of- fering will be accepted. The address is 7483 50% Prole. Call 981-4052 or email www.gbgm- umc.org/linngrove for more information. Norwalk Library Offers Mensa Presentation The Norwalk Easter Public Library is hosting the presentation, Life in the 98 th Percentile. The program, given by mem- bers of Central Iowa Mensa, will be held Tues- day, Feb. 15 at 6:30 p.m. in the library's meeting room. The presentation is free and open to the public. The program will high- light the benefits, pitfalls and quirks of having an above average intellect. Inl;lividuals must score at or above the 98 h percentile on certain standardized IQ or other approved intelli- gence tests to be eligible to join Mensa. Founded in 1977, Central Iowa Mensa has over 200 members and is part of American Mensa, Ltd., which is part of Mensa International. The presentation is part of the library's series, A Novel Year, in which six classic novels are featured throughout 2011. This pre- sentation is in conjunction with the title, Flowers for Algernon. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 Egnacio's Sweetheart Dinner Saturday, Feb. 12 $55 Per Couple 6 p.m. Hors d'oeuvres Dinner at 6:30 Dessert and Dancing 4225 Alice Ave., Cumming Reserve by February 10 515-981-4343 or anita@enacios.com DALLY FAMILY VALUE MEALS- $6.99 After 4 p.m. Mon.- Pot Roast Tues.- Beef & Noodles Wed. - Chicken Fried Steak Thurs.- Chicken & Noodles Fri.- Hot Beef Sandwich Sat.- Baby Back Ribs Family Value Meals Include Potato, Green Beans & Dinner Roll 1031 Sunset Dr., Norwalk 981-1031