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Page Two N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, April 15, 2010 :.ah Fortunately, we can help with the more difficult of the two. NORTH WARREN TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS 1325 Sunset Dr., P.O. Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 515-981-0406 A weekly publication of Klein Publications, Inc. Published every Thursday in Norwalk, Iowa Official newspaper for Norwalk, Cumming Norwalk Community School District and Warren County. Member of Iowa Press Association and National Newspaper Association Steven F. Klein Publisher Sally Huntoon Advertising/Mandgin::, Editor Mary Lou Grav Reporter/Proofer/Corlputers Arlene Knust Typesetter/Office Loft Ford Proofer/Office Established May 1968 by Dorothy L Graham Subscription Rates: $18 per year - Single Copy 50 cents Seni.r Citizens and College Students $15 per year Residents outside Warren, Madison & Polk Co. - $24 per year Periodicals Postage Paid at Norwalk, Iowa and Additional Mailing Offices ALL COPY/ADS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY 12 NOON FRIDAY TO INSURE PUBLICATION IN NEXT ISSUE We reserve the right to accept dr refuse all advertising. We reserve the right to cancel any advertisement at any time. Postmaster: Send Form 3579 to P.O. Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 Member of: National Newspaper Iowa Newspaper Association Association The Appel Report By Staci Appel, State Senator Session successes good for Iowa families, busi- nesses: The national reces- sion made the 2010 session one of tough decisions. I'm proud that, in the end, we responsibly balanced the budget without raising taxes and laid a solid foun- dation for Iowa's economic recovery. It wasn't easy. We made deep cuts in order to keep to our commitments to educational opportunity , affordable health care, re- newable energy, public safety and job creation. At the same time, we tkled the first major reorganiza- tion of state government in 25 years. The changes we made will stretch today's dollars and save hundreds of millions over the next five years. Highlights of the 2010 session include: Balancing the state budget without raising taxes. We finished the ses- sion with an ending bal- ance of $160 million and put a total of $200 million into our savings accounts. Saving money by re- organizing state govern- ment. By streamlining ser- vices and finding effiden- des, we're saving taxpay- ers more than $120 million this year. An early retire- ment plan for state em- ployees will save about $190 million over the next five years and an executive order from the Governor is giving the state an addi- tional $70 million in sav- ings. Preserving educa- tional opportunity in our schools. We invested in student achievement by increasing state aid to lo- cal schools by $145 million over last year, protecting dollars to recruit and keep great teachers in our class- rooms, expanding pre- school and making sure students graduate with the skills they need to land a good job. Maintaining afford- able higher education. To help keep tuition costs down, we increased state support for Iowa's com- munity colleges by $10 million and provided more than $550 million to our public universities. Expanding access to affordable health care. We will continue to be among the nation's leaders when it comes to children's health care. Now it will also be easier for rural resi- dents to access health care and for rural hospitals to be paid for the care they provide. In addition, in- surance companies will be required to give small businesses and Iowans more notification and more specific justification before increasing rates. Helping small busi- nesses grow. We made new low-interest loans Concluded p. 4 I Monumerrt 1514 North Lincoln, Suite C Knoxville, IA 641-828-7172 (Knoxville Insurance Building) Custom Memorials of granite and Bronze visit us at bertrandmnument'cm and online monument design Marion County's only locally owned Monument Shop OBITUARY IDA MARCELLA MILLER Services were held Thursday April 8, at Church of the Assumption in Churchville, for Ida Marcella Miller, 96, Norwalk, who died Sun- day, April 4, at Mercy Hos- pice in Johnston. Burial was in the Calvary Cem- etery. Mrs. Miller was born March 14, 1914 in Bridgewater to Martin F. and Emma K. (Reis) Tracy. She had been married to Louis Miller for 61 years until his death in 2003 and had lived in rural Norwalk since 1953 where she was a homemaker. She was a member of Church of the Assumption and also en- joyed doing chores both in and out of the house. Survivors include two sons, Louis Jr. and Ronald, Ida Marcella Miller both of Kansas City, MO; two daughters, Joy (Steve) Worcester of Golden CO and Penelope (Frank) Cadigan of San Clemente, CA; one sister, Elma Tracy of Winterset; five grand- children and five great- grandchildren. OBITUARY VIRGINIA VETTERICK Services were held Wednesday, April 7, at the Fon- tanelle Lutheran Church for Virginia Vetterick, 83, Greenfield. Survivors include her son, Barry (Wanda) Vetterick of Norwalk and a daughter, Patricia (Roger) Roberts of Alton and four grandchildren. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 Personal Tax Interview with a CPA Computerized preparation & Electronic filing Elizabeth Davis, CPA 981-4046 www.O.,sC00A00oi-,,ons.c000000 " ClPASo/uns  Locally owned & operated In Norwalk 1037 SUNSET DRIVE (HIGHWAY 28), NORWALK, IA 50211 AUTO HOME FARM RANCH " BUSINESS " LIFE HEALTH " SPECIALTY BONDS John Phillips Owner Candaoe Ritzler Manager Ricardo Alverio Agent " '""'X3.;P2; ...... In,lit-alice omaih norwalkinaurane@mchsi.com www.norwa|k|nlurgnce,com 515-981-0434 or 515-981-4293 F/U( 515-981-5211 TOLL FREE 800-746-0434 14re Are Here To Service All Your Insllrance Needs. ::iii il i!ii  Federal tax credits run out in April iiiNii  giY 2010 and interest rates are still at a iliiilii }iiii !.r. land mark low. Call us today to talk  about financing for a new home or ii refinancing your existing residence. i . 00National Bank Call Brad Fuller Midwest Phone: 515-221-0101  bfullerefnbmldwest.com ! Start the day off right! 00tters 515-223-1150 P.O. Box 160 Norwalk, Iowa www.kwlo/.com Worship at these Norwalk Area Churches NORWALK Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church (LC-MS) 515 Sunset Dr. 981-9145 Dan Beattie, Pastor 9 am Worship 10:30 am Sunday School Nursery Provided 6-6:30 pm Wed. Meal 6:30-7:30 pm Wed. PreK-Adult Crossroads Church 2601 Border St. 515-287-8580 9 & 10:45 am Worship Nursery & Children's Programming offered during Both services 3 years old through 5 th grade Wed. 6:30 pm K-12 '" grades Angel Food Ministries Quality Food for I/2 the Price Fellowship Community Church 225 North Ave. www.fccnorwalk.org Rob Jones, Pastor 981-0699FAX 981-9719 8:30 & 10:30 am Worship Nursery & Sunday School thru 5th grade provided. 6 pm Sun. Youth Service 6:30 pm Wed. AWANA First Baptist Church Sunset Dr. & Marred - 981-4391 Justin Lundberg, Pastor 9 am Worship 10:15 am Sunday School Class for all ages Nursery Provided 6 pm Evening Service 7 pm - Wednesdays Bible Study & Youth Hour New Life Lutheran Church 4380 Wakonda Dr. - 285-5965 www.newlifenorwalk.org Nate Liedtke, Pastor 8:15 am Traditional 9:30 am Sunday School 10:30 am Contemporary Nursery Provided 7 pm Youth-led Worship Norwalk Christian Church (Disciples) 701 Main St. - 981-0176 Dayna Kinkade, Pastor 8:30 am Informal Worship 9:15 am Church School 10:30 am Worship 6 pm The Gathering Service Nursery Provided Wed. pm CYF & Chi Rho Norwalk United Methodist Church 1801 Sunset Dr. - 981-4251 Rev. Kihoko I. Kiboko 8:15 & 10:45 am Worship 9:30 am Sunday School Nursery Provided +:g:g St. John the Apostle Catholic Church 720 Orchard Hills Dr. 981-4855 FAX 981-9475 Father John Ludwig Sacrament of Reconciliation 4 pm Saturday Masses: 5 pm Saturday 9 am Sunday Policy: Churches must be in the Norwalk Area and in Warren County for this free listing. CUMMING Cumming Community Church (Evangelical Free) 4225 N. Birch Ave. Cumming - 981-4233 www.cummingcom munitychurch.com Laine Wilder, Pastor 9 am Worship 10:30 am Sunday School Nursery, newborn to 3 years 6:30 pm Youth Group 7 pm Wed. Prayer Service DES MOINES Christian Life Assembly of God Church Fleur Drive and Hwy 5 Pastor Warren Hunsherger 515-953-0322 10 am Worship Children's Ministry, 0-5 Kids' Church 6 years & up Nursery ages 0-2 6:30 pm- Wed. Elevate Youth Mt. Zion Church of God 8383 Ridgeview Dr. Pastor David Chu 664-2828 *** Grace Baptist Church 9936 County Line Rd. 285-887l www.gracecares.net Doug VanWey, Pastor 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 am Worship Jr. & St. High, Men's and Women's Ministry Nursery Provided. MARTENSDALE Martensdale Community (An Evangelical Free Church) 1 Mile North of Martensdale on Hwy 28 Pastor Gary Crandall 641-764-2491 Worship: 9 am Bible Study: 10:30 a.m. Sr. High Youth: 6 pm Sunday Jr. High Youth: 6:30 pm Wednesday Awana: 6:30 pm Wednesday St. Paul LutheranChurch 615 Iowa Ave. - 764-2752 Fayonne Tooman, Pastor 222-1531 9:15 am Sunday School (all ages) 10:30 am Worship, gommunion Call for times on Adult and Children Bible Studies PROLE Linn Grove United Methodist Church 7483 50 th, Prole - 981-4062 Cindy Hickman, Pastor 9:45 am Sunday School 11 am Worship INDIANOLA Good Shepherd Evangelical Lutheran Church (ELS) 202 N. Kenwood - 962-0351 Robert Harting, Pastor 9 am Worship 10:15 Sunday School The above free listings are to help newcomers know the regular worship schedules of Norwalk-area churches. Special events and services will not be listed here.