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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, August 21, 2014 ira, Wynona Bohemann, Norwalk, took fourth place in the Baby Afghan portion of the Crochet division of the Fabric and Threads contest held during the 2014 Iowa State Fair. Other Iowa State Fair winners are as follows: Terri Sinclair, Cum- ming, won First Place Overall in the Reserve Sweepstakes Honor in the C&H Canned Marmalades competition. Marmalades are soft fruit jellies contain- ing small pieces of fruit or peel. She also won Apricot- Citrus - third; Grapefruit - first; Orange - third; Other than Named - first. Sinclair also won the following: C&H Canned Fruits: Rhubarb - second; C&H Canned Fruit But- ters: Pear -second and Other than Named - sec- ond. C&H Classic Iowa Canned Jams (Jam is a thick spread made with crushed or chopped fruit cooked with sugar): Hot Pepper with Fruit - third; Mulberrv - first; Red Plum - third; Rhubarb - Raspber- ry - third; Sour Cherry - third; Spiced Tomato - third; Sugar Free - second; Wild Plum - third. C&H Classic Iowa Canned Jel- lies: Cherry - second; Crab Apple - third; Elderberry - third; Herb Jelly (food col- oring optional) - second; Mulberry - third. Youth Rooster Crowing contest: Shaylie Homing, Cumming, 8th tie. My Most Creative C&H Sug- ar Cookie contest: Hanna Rye Dessert competition: Bridget Lottman, Nor- walk, honorable mention. Something Hot competi- tion: Lottman, honorable mention. The Joy Cones Creations for Kids: Bed- well won First Place Over- all and first place in the ages 10-14 class. FFA Rabbit Show: Meat Pens - Austin Pontier, Saint Charles, Reserve Champi- on Meat Pen and Champi- on Fryer Pen; Meat Rabbits - Pontier - Reserve Cham- pion Meat Rabbit and Champion Fryer. Open Singles divisions of the Horseshoe Pitching Tournament: Class E - Lo- gan Duffy, Norwalk, first. Scones with a Twist: Pam- ela Reynolds, Norwalk, second place. Best 19th Century Riverboat Dish: Reynolds, third place. Sewn and Other Items for the-Home Fabric and Threads: Tote or Utility Bag - Anna Pilcher, Cum- ming, honorable mention. FFA Horse Show: Katie Rinkert, Prole, showed the High Point Horse, also Re- serve Champion English Pleasure, Champion En- glish Equitation, Reserve Champion Western Equi- tation, Champion West- ern-Type Horse; Kim Blackford, New Virginia, Reserve Champion Draft Showmanship, Champion Draft Horse Single Plea- sure Driving; Jessica Han- rahan, Prole, Reserve Champion English Equita- tion, Reserve Champion Junior Western Pleasure Six talented Sprout divi- sion acts (ages 2-12) includ- ing Grace Wood, 12, Nor- walk, Baton, advanced to the semi-final round in Bill Riley's 55th annual Iowa State Fair Talent Search. Alexandra Bennett, Nor- walk, claimed third place and $20 in the Coffee Break competition. Contestants were challenged to create a baked good suitable for a coffee break. Bridget Lott- man, Norwalk, was award- ed honorable mention in the Can You Curry That? com- petition. Twins, Triplets and More contest: Age 2, Most Alike - Carys and Harper Hayes, Martensdale, fifth; Age 2, Least Alike - Rayni and Ry- lan Lynch, Cumming, sec- ond; Ages 5 and 6, Most Alike - Zach and Nick Chance, Norwalk, fourth. Junior and Intermediate Floriculture competitions: Junior Division -" Me A, Keifer Bedwell, New Vir- ginia, second; Mini Me B, Hanna Bedwell, New Vir- ginia, first; 4th of July B, H. Bedwell, first; Patio Planter B, H. Bedwell, fourth; Drag- on Fly B, H. Bedwell, fifth; Hot Air Balloon A, K. Bed- well fourth; Hot Air Bal- loon B, H. Bedwell, second; Robot A, K. Bedwell, fourth; Robot B, H. Bedwell, first. Intermediate Division- Hot Air Balloon, Cali Wilson, Norwalk, third. Woodworking: Other Techniques Table, Stephanie Ri;ca, Norwalk, first. Horseshoe champions: Iowa State Cadet Champi- Bedwell, New Virginia, (four and five-year-old), onship- Cadet Boys, Logan second place in the 11-15 .................................... Duffy, Norwalk, third; Ca- year-old class. Templeton det Girls, Breanna Duffy, OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Notice of Sheriff's Levy and Sale WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE PO BOX 337, INDIANOLA, IA 50125 * (515) 961-1122 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR WARREN COUNTY STATE OF IOWA ) Docket No. (Sale No.) 14-1969(1) ) SS Court No. EQCV034439 WARREN COUNTY ) PLAINTIFF: US BANK TRUST N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR LSF6 MRA RED TRUST BY VERICREST FINANCIAL, INC VS. DEFENDANT: MCCURNIN, JOSHUA T DEFENDANT: MCCURNIN, STACEY M DEFENDANT: MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE FOR RNANCE AMERICA, LLC DEFENDANT: SUNSET KNOLLS. INC DEFENDANT: SUNSET KNOLLS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION DEFENDANT: PARTIES IN POSSESSION NOTICE OF LEVY As a.result of the judgment rendered in the above referercerl court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of,this county. The execution; ordered the sale of defendant(s) dghts, title, and interest in Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property !o be sold Is'. UNIT 40U, BUILDING1106. AND APPURI~NAN'r GARAGE NO. 40 OF SUNSET KNOLLS CONDOMINIUMS, A HORIZONTAL PROPERTY REGIME (CONDOMINIUM). PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF CHAFFER 499B, CODE OF IOWA; LOCATED ONA PART OF LOT 11 SUNSET KNOLLS, AN OFFICIAL PLAT BEING IN AND FORMING A PART OF THE CI'W OF INDIANOLA; WARREN COUNTY. IOWA; WHICH PLAT OF SURVEY IS RECORDED IN IRREGULAR PLAT BOOK i9 PAGE 4 OF INDIANOLA IN THE OFFICE OF THE WARREN COUNTY RECORDER; TOGETHER WITH AN UNDIVIDED PERCENTAGE INTEREST IN THE GENERAL AND UMITED COMMON ELEMENTS APPURTENANT TO SUCH UNIT AS SET FORTH IN DECLARATION OF SUBMISSION RECORDED IN BOOK 2004 PAGE 9567, IN THE OFFICE OF THE RECORDER OF WARREN COUNTY, IOWA; AS AMENDED AND WITH ANY AND ALL OTHER INTEREST APPURTENANT TO SUCH LOTS PURSUANT TO SUCH HORIZONTAL PROPERTY REGIME; Street Address: 1106 N 6TH ST #40, II~DIANOLA, IOWA 50125 The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale Time of Sale Place of Sale 09/18/2014 10:00 AM Warren County Courthouse East Doors X This sale not subject to redemption. Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific proutisions of the law and file appropriate notice, if appiioable. Amt Costs Accruino Costs Interest Attorney $'74.498.41 $285.00 PLUS 6% of $73,648,41 JANELLE G EWlNG from 06/05/2014 = (319} 232-3304 $1,271.19 Date Sheriff 08/12/2014 Brian S. Vos Norwalk, first, and Lucy White, Cumming, second. Iowa State Women's Cham- pionship - Chris Jordan, Peru, fourth; Class F - L. Duffy, first. Hand Knitting division of the Fabric and Threads contest: Baby Afghan - Vic- toria Wickham, Norwalk, honorable mention; Infant Sweater or Dress (aged 0-2), Wickham, fourth; Child's Cardigan Sweater/Jacket (aged 2-10), Wickham, first; Adult Cardigan Sweater (multiple, worsted or heavi- er), Beth Porter, Truro, sec- ond; Socks (one yarn/color), Wickham, second; Mittens/ Gloves (one color), Wick- ham, second; Cap or Hat (multiple yams/colors), Su- san Mandt, Cumming, fourth; Toy; Beth Porter, Tru- ro, third; Handspun Gar- ment/Fashion Accessory, Porter, first. Corn and Sovbean Cre- ations: Corn Creations - Natural Color, H. Bedwell, third; All Natural Color (Youth), H. Bedwell, third. Senior Division acts (ages 13 - 21) advancing to semi-fi- nal in Bill Riley's 55th annu- al State Fair Talent Search: Nathanael Hard 19, Prole, violin. Lisa Jorgensen, Rockwell was crowned Se- nior Cowgirl Queen. Senior Cowgirl Attendants include Jessica Ackerson of Indiano- la, Natasha Arritt of Nor- walk, Courtney Hoferman of Des Moines and Claire McClintock of Centerville. J'EMC. In,varancv, C ,lapanios I Senate News By State Senator Julian B. Garrett Julian.Garrett@legis.iowa.gov. What is a Waterway? You have probably heard about the regulations proposed by the federal Environmental Protection Agency ,(EPA) that have alarmed many farmers. Depen ting on who you believe, the regulations could cover low spots on a farm that are dry most of the time, but may carry water during a rainstorm. The EPA has issued state- ments trying to allay farm- ers' fears, but the American Farm Bureau is so con- cerned that it has set up a website it calls "Ditch the Rule." This subject is much too large to deal with here, but those who are inter- ested can google "Farm Bureau Ditch the RHIP" and get an extensive discussion of the proposal and the dif- fering claims as to what is or is not covered Revenue Proj ections A generai practice in Iowa and many legislative bodies is to ask legislative service agencies to project the consequences on rev- enues and/or expenditures of the enactment of a par- ticular bill. Superficially, one might think that rais- ing a tax bY 10% would re- sult in a 10% increase in revenue and that a cut of 10% would result in a 10% reduction in reve. nues. This may not turn out to be the case, because changes in COMMITTED TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND OUR COMMUNITY. HOmwww.e Oer rffi~: e:lmut~cel~ intone s, IA - C:~. taxes affect the behavior of taxpayers. Generally, rais- ing taxes on an activity re- sults in less of that activity taking place. Lowering taxes on an activity, on the other hand, generally re- sults in more of that activ- ity taking place. Obviously, it is very difficult to project the fiscal impact of a bill given this situation. An interesting example of this principle is the large increase in the cigarette tax enacted in 2007. The rate went from $.36 per pack to $1.36 per pack, an unusu- ally large increase. Rev- enue from the tobacco tax went from $134 miilion in fiscal 2007 to $251 million in fiscal 2008. A large in- crease to be sure, but no- where near what would have occurred if revenues increased at the same rate as the tax. It is also interest- ing to look at what has hap- pened since. The state col- lected about $227 million in tobacco taxes in fiscal 2014. Estimates are that smoking has decreased from 20% of adult Iowans in 2007 to 16% of adult Iowans in 2010. In addition, it may be that more people buy ciga- rettes in other states where the tax is lower. There could well be other factors contributing to the de- crease in smoking, such as health concerns. It could be that the impact of a tax in- crease such as this would be more noticeable in it did not affect a product that is addictive. There are other examples of this principle and those who advocate for tax increases should keep these results in mind. The point is that it is extremely difficult to accurately pre- dict the impact on revenues by tax increases or cuts. As always,_ feel free to contact me with your ideas or concerns at Julian. Garrett@legis.iowa.gov or 515-281-3371. YOUTH BOWLING PROGRAM Starts Saturday, Sept. 6, 9:30 a.m. Sion uo Saturday. Aug. 16 & 23 10 a.m. - 1 o.m. Each bowler receives 2 free games, shoes, hot dog and soda. Bumper Buddies (ages 3-7) 2 games, includes shoes, $8 per week Young Guns (ages 8-12) 3 games, includes shoes $9 per week Super Stars (ages 13-18) 3 games, includes shoes $9 per week All coached programs; everybody receives a trophy. If you are unable to make a sign up date, call 515-285-8632, ask for Dawn or email airlanes@mchsi.com. Come join the FUN! Air Lanes, 4200 Fleur Dr., Des Moines