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iallii lmLiJlJLiEii JUHIU UII |HIllH_i Page Four N/Warren Tq n and County News Thursday, June 16, 2011- i NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES I Tyler Johnston gradu- Waldorf College has re-Jonathon Mendoza, son of ated May13, 2011from the leased its spring 2011 Manuel and Marlee University of Minnesota in Dean's List. Included was Mendoza, Elementary Minneapolis with a degree Ashley Lutrick of Nor-Education; Shelby in Mortuary Science. Heis walk. Mendoza, daughter of the son of Mike and Polly ................................... Manuel and Marlee Johnston of Norwalk. Several Norwalk stu- Mendoza; Chelsea Tyler, .................................. dents were named to thedaughter of Allen Tyler The Academic Dean's Central College Dean's and Brenda Tyler, Biology List for the spring 2011 se- List for the 2011 spring se- and Linguistics. mester at Northwestern mester inPella. The honor is awarded College includes 387 stu- They are Jacqueline to full-time students .who dents. Among those are Hauber, daughter of Timachieve a 3.5 grade point Jolyssa Ginkens, elemen- Hauber and Susan Hauberaverage or higher on, a 4.0 tary education and EmilyKrider, Linguistics; scale while taking 12 or Papp, public relations and economics. The Dean's List in- cludes students who achieved a semester grade point average of 3.50 or above while carrying a minimum of 12 graded hours. Receiving Colle- giate Scholar distinction for having a semester av- erage of 3.75 or above were 181 students. Forty-nine of the Collegiate Scholars had perfect 4.0 averages. Northwestern College is a Christian college of nearly 1,250 students in Orange City. Rated the nation's second-best bacca.2 laureate college Wash i ington Monthly and a top- 10 Midwestern college by U.S. News & World Report magazinG Northwestern provides an education that combines academic rigor with a faith perspective. more graded credit hours for the semester. More than 800 gradu- ates earned a degree from Rockhurst University Sat- urday, May 14, in Kansas City, MO. Included was Brendan Dunbar, Cumming, who received a Bachelor Sci- ence degree in Business Administration. At Iowa State University's "crm mencement ceremonies in Ames, 3,319 students re- ceived degrees. Iowa State awarded 2,655 under- graduate degrees, 392 master's degrees, 142 vet- erinary medicine'degrees and 130 doctor of philoso- phy degree Of the S aents receiv- ing bachelor's degrees, 751 graduated "With Distinc- tion" (cure laude, magna cum laude or summa cum laude). Four students graduated as members of the Honors Program. Graduates included the following students from Norwalk: Stephanie Groom, BFA, Integrated Studio Arts; Samantha Hudson, BS, Child, Adult and Family Services, M; Richard Simpson, BS, Management Information Systems. Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon FridayJ Cumming American Legion Post #562 and Boy Scout Troop 30 of Norwalk held military honors at seven local cemeteries on Memorial Day. Three years after the Civil War ended, May 5,1868, Major General John A. Logan of the Grand Army of Republic (GAR) declared May 30 as Decoration Day, a time for the nation to deco- rate the graves of the war dead. It was later renamed Memorial Day as a national holiday in 1971 by Congress. Photos submitted. --'--- It's always a party at 8384 South Orflla Rd., Norwalk 981-9127after 5 p.m. Tues. - Fri. or 371-2092 Any Even 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 USED CARS & AUTO REPAIR BEEN DOING BUSINE4 S SINCE 1 6 We Repair All Makes & Modelst set Drive - Norwalk, 50211 Phone: 515-94tl-g 19 - Residence: 5 ! 5-287 5512 ': A 4Urn AUTO CENTER In-Floor -. Geothermal Heating "Insured & Certified" SALES *- SERVICE -- REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL 726 mttmnan limE( l(]m Lemlmrdt 249-0009 ........... Warren County Fair Schedule for Taking Entries The time for making entries in all departments wilt be Saturday, June 18 and again Monday, June 20 through Friday, June 24. All entries will be made at the Warren County Extension Office, 909 East 2nd Avenue, Indianola. All stall rent, pen rent, or other fees are due at time of making entry. Late entries will be accepted, provided there is room, until the Judges' books have been posted, and a $25 late fee per person will be assessed, until July 1st at 5:30 p.m. Late entries must be made with Fair Secretary by 5:30 p.m. In order to distribute the load in taking entries, the Secretary asks cooperation in coming to the Extension Office from 8:00 a.m.- 5:30 t, h0 Saturday, June 18: (8-12 noon only) Those who can't come during the week. Monday, June 20: (until 8:30 p.m. for all last names) Persons whose last name begin With A,B,C,D & E Tuesday, June 21: F,G, H, I, J, K & L Wednesday, June 22: M, N, O, P, Q & R Thursday, June 23: S, T, U, V & W Friday, June 24: X, Y & Z This schedule does not mean entries will not be taken on other days during entry time. II Ill U8 Registration Fee $75 Ut0 and tip Registration Fee SgO