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Thursday, August 28, 2014 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five Clover Kids Camp Clover Kids visit Second Chance Dog Rescue in Prole. Photo submitted. Warren County Clover Kids Leaders announce a Clover Kids Camp for Saturday, Sept. 6, from 2:30 to 4 p.m., at Pickard Park, Highway 92 East, Indianola. Scheduled is a petting zoo, face painting and other fun events. Clover Kids is a FUN 4-H program for children in kindergarten through third grade. Children par- ticipate in hands-on activities designed to build lots of different life skills. Call Warren County Extension at 515-961-6237 for additional information or ques- tions. SHERIFF REPORT Concluded from p. 3 Tril p stated the sun ob- scured her vision so she rolled forward to get a bet- ter look. Caden KoUer, 19, Des Moines, was west- bound on County Line Road and began to turn south on Dema when Tripp collided with Koller, causing Koller to lose con- trol and strike Nickey. Drivers Koller and Nickey stated that Tripp was mov- ing and pulled out too far from the intersection caus- ing the collision. Tripp stated she had lifted off the brake to move forward to get a better look. Tripp was unsure if the car was mov- ing or stopped when the collision happened. August 17 - 7:04 p.m.: Henrietta Huss, 89, Churchville, wasldriving northbound on Hwy 28 and turned west onto Harrison Street from Highway 28. This re- quired Huss to make a left hand turn. Huss stated that due to a glare from the sun, she did not ob- serve a vehicle south- bound on Highway 28 and turned into its path. The southbound vehicle was driven by Denise Hawthorn, 43, Indianola. Hawthorn stated she saw Huss begin to! turn into her path, so she slowed her vehicle down. Haw- thorn thought Huss saw dRCH00 nd SOCIAL) her, so continued south- bound. Just as Hawthorn was at Harrison Street, Huss turned. A mechanical watch uses a coiled spring as its power source. In self-wind- ing watches, the main- spring is tightened auto- matically by means of a weight on a rotor that re- sponds to the arm move- ments of the wearer. Christian Church Arts and Crafts Fair October 4 Area residents are invit- ed to the Norwalk Chris- tian Church Arts and Crafts Fair Saturday, Oct. 4, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the church, 701 Main St. The Fair will feature a variety of local handmade goods from Des Moines artisans and crafty Church Ladies. A delicious smoked pulled pork lunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. while supplies last. There will also be face painting and children's ac- tivities and shopping for unique and inspiring items for Holiday giving. If you are interested in a booth, call Anne at 515- 306-0055. Feather Fair September 7 Mid America Cage Bird Society, a non-profit orga- nization, will host a Feather Fair Sunday, Sept. 7, at the Iowa State Fair- grounds Walnut Center in Des Moines. The event is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost is Adults $4 and children 8 and under free. There will also be a raffle table and bakesale. Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday! Gogerty's Quilt is Semifinalist in International Quilt Show Anita Gogerty, Nor- walk, is a semifinalist for the 2014 AQS QuiltWeek - Des Moines, Wednesday through Saturday, Oct. 1 - 4 at the Iowa Events Cen- ter. Gogerty has been cho- sen to display the quilt, Stars at Sea, along with 191 others in this AQS contest. First, second and third place prizes inseven cate- gories will be awarded, along with six overall awards including Best of Show. Winners will be an- nounced at the show and posted on the AQS web- site QuiltWeek.com. More than $50,000 wig be grant- ed, including $10,000 for the Best of Show and $3,500 each for Best Bed, Best Hand Workmanship, Best Home Machine, Best Longarm Machine, Best Modern and Best Wall Quilts. Regardless of how Stars at Sea places in the final judging, all semifinal- ists' quilts will be dis- played at the show, which is expected to draw more than 15,000 people. AQS Founder and Pres- ident Meredith Schroeder says, "Quilts in this year's contest represent a variety of quilt styles - wholecloth, appliqued albums, medal- lion settings and block-to- block sets. Floral designs and quilts featuring ani- mals are popular. Two quilts stand out based on the number of-pieces in them - Persever_ance by Linda Neal and-Jckie B2B Salon 5921SE 14th Street, Suite 1800 Des Moines, Iowa ~ 515-287-1500 Tuesday-Friday - 9am to 7pm Saturday - 9am to 5pm : Sunday - llam to 5pm : Walk-ins Welcome Anita Gogerty Brown has 10,509 pieces and Dream Time by Anto- nia Hering has 7,500 appli- qued dots. These 191 quilts feature some of the best in quilting today!" Quilts were entered in this international contest from 40 US states and eight other countries. Come see a wide range of special exhibit quilts in- cluding: Stitch Like an Egyptian; SAQA TM Masters II; the PilgrimRoy 2015 In- vitational Challenge; Classic Cars & Trucks; Des Moines Area Quilters Guild Annu- al Show: "Symphony of Quilts' New Quilts from an Old Favorite: Carolina Lily; and the AQS Authors' Ex- hibit. The American Quilter's Society hosts several shows annually, each with its own quilt contest. Be- sides the Des Moines show, AQS hosts other prestigious shows in Albu- querque, NM, Lancaster, PA, Paducah, KY, Grand Rapids, MI and Chatta- nooga, TN. For more information, go to www.american quilter.com. Let me help find tffe 00ehicle insura00nce policy thatrs :right for you. tNSU00NCE AG:00 INC 515-981-4,61,4 mlane@00r00ein00ucanceocom TIREOAUTO "4 ,dr