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Thuliay, April 12, 2012 N/Wan Town and County News | Page Seven I Norwalk Nursing & Rehab Success Story Mary Wells Mary Wells loves stories and ioves to write small books for her family. It is no surprise that this story, the best story; is about her. Ma W came to Norwalk Nursing & Rehab February 22 following a hospitalization. She maintained a positive attitude with support from her loving family. She said she enjoyed working with the therapy team and felt much stronger. During her stay she received encouraging stories from the very same grandchildren she had written to throughout her life. It is nice to know that the main char- acter will be returning to her home in Des Moines. In-Roor - Geothermal Heating "Insured & Certified" (515) 989.0106 SALES ~ SERVICE - REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL It's always a party at atsAMORE 8384 South Ofilla 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, School Events Warren County Speedway Season Opener DSN Racing Promo- tions has announced that the Warren County Speed- way is kicking off the 2012 racing season with its opening night Saturday, April 14; with hot laps be- ginning at 6 p.m. and rac- ing starting at 6:30 p.m. They are looking forward to a great season with sev- eral changes. Persons ages 14 through 17 are now al- lowed in the pit area and may drive in selected classes. The Warren County Fair Association is making beer available for purchase in the grand- stand. They have several new sponsors and a new Mini-Sprint class. The sig- nature event, open class figure eight racing, is alive and well and there will be some new drivers and new cars this year. There also is a new pro-stock figure eight class which promises great competition. For anyone who has never seen figure eight racing, or who just loves the excite- ment of short track racing on dirt, 9ou owe it to your- self to experience the War- ren County Speedway. For more information, see the DSN website http://www .dsnracingpromotions. com/# or call Darin Nel- son at 515-993-2116. E15 Approved As A Registered Fuel The Environmental Protection Agency has approved E15 as a registered fuel, helping clear the way for the 15 percent ethanol blend to be used in all cars, light duty trucks and SUVs model year 2001 and newer. "The approval of E15 by the EPA is just one hurdle in getting E15 into the marketplace," said Jerry Mohr, a farmer from Eldridge and chair of the Iowa Corn Usage and Production committee. "The ultimate goal of get- ring E15 to the marketplace is to increase the amount of renewable fuels available to consumers, which can help lower fuel costs and reduce our dependence On foreign oil." While EPA gave its go ahead for E15, it may take ad- ditional time before the higher blend is available at pumps in Iowa. Fuel retailers need to have the proper forms on file with EPA to offer it as an. option for their consumers. The Iowa Corn Growers Association (ICGA) is also urging members of Iowa's Congressional delegation to continue their support and defense of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). The RFS was enacted in 2005 to encourage the use of home-grown fuels, such as corn- based ethanol. The future of our energy independence and our security and at home is taking place in ethanol plants across the country. U.S. ethanol production has reduced oil imports from the Persian Gulf region by 25% since 2000. Ethanol also saves the average American consumer $0.89 a gallon on gas every time they fill up. In a letter to Iowa's Congressional Delegation, ICGA President Kevin Ross, a farmer from Minden, asked the delegation to stand with Iowa's farmers and support the RFS. He also asked that they oppose any legislation that results in the elimination or reduction in the amount of corn that can be used as a feedstock for ethanol and oppose legislation that would prohibit the use of fuels containing more than 10 percent ethanol. For more information on E15 or to contact your leg- islator, visit www.iowacorn.org. The ICPB directs the investment of Iowa corn check- off funds to develop and defend markets, fund research and provide education about corn and corn products. The ICGA is a membership organization, lobbying on agricultural issues on behalf of its 7,000 farmer mem- bers. PHOTO PRINTING is a full commercial printer. Call us for your flyers, letterhead, envelopes, brochures, magazines, Free Estimates. newsletters, books, etc. Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. 1$t St., Carlisle, IA 50047 f 515-989-3251 t We Repair All Makes & MNb00! Drive - w00wam, m seal Phone: 515-N1-N40 Residence: 5t5-287-6512 WE'00 & Am CARE 00NTER Morgan Maguire Maguire Joins Salon Radiance Staff Morgan Maguire, who is originally from south- westem Iowa, has joined the staff of Salon Radiance, 1017 Main St., Ste.1. She is a full cosmetologist pro- viding a variety ofbeauty services to her customers. In addition to the usual hair cuts, styling, colors, etc., Maguire brings to Sa- lon customers something fairly new, Creative Nail Designs Shellac TM. Cus- tomers may make an ap- pointment by calling 515- 979-6155. LIBRARY HOURS Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays is seeking dedicated, Telephone 8alos Rep. oriented individuaIsto . Various full and part time positions open make outbound calls . Excellent selling variousproducts communication skills and services, ili.. i BE Ability to sell  b8 Computer Sldlls pay plus . High 13ne/'gy commission. Positive Attitude Paid training . Highly Dependable is provided., i Apply online at: . vawv.marketlinkinc.com or in person at: 1801 W. 2nd Ave lndianola, IA 50125 Questions? 515-961-3165 (roT) marketlink SUBSCRIBE TODAY! [ -Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 ORDER BY APRIL 16th! May Delivery SWEET VIDALIA ONIONS I0 Ibs. fo: : $I 1 To place your order, call JACK LANE 981-4275 Za-Ga-Zig Shrine Fundrair