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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, August 29, 2013 D b Put an Inde 00endent Agent to work for you. BIRTH Martin Squier and Elizabeth Wilkens are the proud parents of Ruby California Squier, born Monday, Aug. 19. She weighed 9 lbs., 7 oz. This is the couple's first child. They are residents of Trevor, WI. Grandparents are Sue and Mel Ort of Trevor, WI and Larry and Nancy Squier of Waukee. ceived his Ph.D. in theol- ogy from Loyola Univer- sity in Chicago. His wife, Kris, and their two chil- dren reside in Trevor, WI. Squier is the rector of St. Ignatius Episcopal church in Antioch, IL. Squier graduated from Norwalk High School in 1989. Following are results from various competitions held during the 2013 Iowa State Fair. Championship Horse- shoe Pitching Tourna- ment: Open Singles Class B - Craig Dedecker, Nor- walk, third; Egg-Ception- al Eggs Cooking contest: Deviled Eggs - Bridget Lottman, Norwalk, third; Sandwiches, Salads & Sides - Lottman, third; Desserts - Lottman, third; Puckerbrush Potluck competition: Bread - Mar- ge Krahn, Norwalk, third; Dessert- Krahn, first; Rec- ipes of Yesteryear: Terri Sinclair, Cumming, third place overall; Old Fash- ioned Folk-Home Reme- dies: Sinclair, first: Semi-final round Sprout division (ages 2- 12) in Bill Riley's 54th an- nual Iowa State Fair Talent Search: Abby Bunch, 12, Norwalk, Lyrical Dance, and Colby Fiscella, 11, Norwalk, Contemporary Vocal and Guitar Solo; O Come All Ye Cookies competition: Laura Lar- son, Norwalk, first place overall; Innovative Choc olate competition: Sara Bennett, Norwalk, second place. Maine-Anjou Beef Show: Spring Yearling Heifer - Jenna Tlach, Pro- le, third; Young Cake Dec- orators Delight: Yummy's Young Decorators Ages 9- 12 - William Bennett, Nor- walk, first; Horseshoe Pitching competition, Iowa State Junior Cham- pionship: Kyle Hines, Pro- le, first; Nan's Nummiest Cookies: Frosted Cut Out - Laura Larson, Norwalk, second; Bonsai division of the Floriculture competi- tion: Novice - David Mill- er, Norwalk, first, second and third. Best Growers Features Fabulous Fruit: Fall Vari- eties - Ronald Eckoff, Cumming, first; Winter Varieties - Eckoff, first; Four-Plate Apple Dis- play: Delicious Red - Eck- off, first; Delicious Golden - Eckoff, second; Paula Red - Eckoff, first; Any Other Green/Yellow Varieties - Eckoff, second; Any Other Red Varieties - Eckoff, sec- ond; Four-Plate Apple Dis- play Overall - Eckoff, first; Pears: Bartlett - Eckoff, first; Bosc - Eckoff, first; Kieffer - Eckoff, first. Junior Cowgirl Queen Attendant: Jonnae Patter- son, Norwalk; Machine Shed Pies: Lemon Me- ringue - Marge Krahn, Norwalk, first. English Society Horse Show: Country Pleasure English 17 and Under - Green Wood Stables, Pro- le, first; Park Open - Mary O'Keefe, Cumming, sec- ond; Park Stake - O'Keefe, second; Saddle Seat Equi- tation 17 and Under - Brooke Heldt, Norwalk, fourth; Hackney Pony Pleasure Driving - Green Wood Stables, first; Hack- ney Pony Pleasure Driving Stake - Green Wood Sta' bles, second;Arabian/Half Arab. Western Pleasure 17 and Under - Silverstone Training, NOrwalk, first; Arabian/HaIf Arab. Coun- I NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES try Englis h Pleasure Open Traveled - Messer, third; - Heldt, sixth; Abrabian/ Prom Night Serenade 2013 Half Arab. Western Plea- - Messer, first; Masquerade sure Stake - Silverstone - Messer, first; The Pines Training, first; Open West- Have It - Messer, first; If ern Pleasure 17 and Under You Wish Upon a Star - - Silverstone Training, sec- Messer, first; Welcome to ond; Open Country En- Christmas - Messer, first; glish Pleasure - Green Wedding Day - Messer, Wood Stables, fourth; first; Queen of Doors - Open Novice English Plea- Messer, tie for first; Prin- sure - Green Wood Stables, cess of Doors - Messer, tie second and third and for first; Queen of Tables - Heldt, fourth; Open En- Messer, tie for first; Prin- glish Pleasure - Heldt, cess of Tables  Messer, tie sixth; Open English Plea- for first; Queen of Exhibi- sure Stake - Heldt, third tion'Tables- Messer, tie for and Green Wood Stables, first; Princess of Exhibition fifth. Tables - Messer, tie for Floriculture Limited first; Princess of Vignettes Classes: Dish Garden - - Messer. Jennifer Messer, Norwalk Herb's Herbs and Cu- third and Liz Pruisner, linary Herbs divisions of Norwalk, fifth; Patio Gar, Vegetable Crops: Rose- den - Messer, second and mary - Michael Meyer, Pruisner, fourth; My Norwalk, fourth; Hot Pep- Hanging Garden- Messer, per and Hot Pepper Plant second; Petite Charm (Tra- in Patio container- Haban- ditional Design) - Messer, ero Pepper - Meyer, third; second; Petite Charm (Cre- Super Chili - Hanna Bed- ative Design) - Messer, well, New Virginia, first; first; Quilt Basket: Messer, Any Other Variety - Mey- second; Christmas Attic: er, third. Horseshoe Pitch- Messer, first; Treasure Is- ing Tournament Amateur land: Messer, first; Cabin Championship: Open Sin- Fever - Messer, "second; gles Afternoon Class A - Primrose Lane - Messer, Chris Jordan, Peru, fifth; first; The Lake Cabin - Youth Checkers Tourna- Messer, first; Love Bug - ment Ages 6 to 12: Sam Messer, first; Iowa Proud - Hester, 11, Norwalk, third; Messer, third; Tea Ceremo- KRNT Cow Chip Throw- ny - Messer, third; Hicko- ing: Women - Amy Jans- ry Dickory Dock- Messer, sen, 33, New Virginia, 83 second; Vacation Memo- feet, third; Ladies" Rubber ries - Messer, first; Wel- Chicken Throwing age 16 come Sunshine - Messer, to 50: Janssen, 57 feet, first; first; Never Neverland - First Year Exhibitor divi- Messer, first; My Bucket sion of Vegetable Crops: List- Messer, fifth; Crystal Meyer, second. Anniversary- Messer, first; Championship Round Garden Party - Messer, Talent Sprout division third; May Basket - Mess- ages 2-12: Abby Bunch, 12, er, first; Garden Spirit - Norwalk, Lyrical Dance Messer, third; Silent Night and Colby Fiscella, 11, - Messer, second; Hats Off Norwalk, Contemporary to Broadway - Messer, Vocal and Guitar Solo. first; Garden Treasure - Southdown Sheep Messer, first; Christmas Show: Fall Ram Lamb - Banquet- Messer, fourth; Lee and Cherry Olson, Midnight Snack -Messer, first; Simple Pleasure - Messer, second; Kitchen Klatter - Messer, first; Highway Adventure - Messer, first; Road Less I . New Virginia, first; Janu- ary Ram Lamb - Olson, third and fifth; February Ram Lamb - Olson, sixth; Pair of Ram Lambs - Olson, second; Yearling Ewe - O1- son, ninth and tenth; Fall Ewe Lamb - Olson, fourth; January Ewe Lamb - Ol- son, sixth; February Ewe Lamb - Olson, fourth and fifth; Pair of Ewe Lambs - Olson, sixth; Pair of Lambs - Olson, sixth; Young Flock - Olson, sixth; Flock - O1- son, fifth. Show Off Your Talent floriculture competition: Boys of Summer - Messer, third; View from the Pas- senger Window - Messer, third; Time to Grow - Messer, third; Sparkle Plenty - Messer, third; Country Fence Row - Messer, second; Auntie's Garden- Messer, third; Cool and Serene -Messer, first; Light of the Prairie - Messer, first; Hop to It - Messer, second; Give Me Wings - Messer , first; Cap- tain Hook - Messer, first; Country Market - Messer, second; Beauty in the Rough - Messer, third; The Garden Gate - Messer, sec- ond; Blue Bayou - Messer, first; Over the Garden Gate - Messer, fourth; In My Dreams - Messer, first; Gardener's Treasure - Messer, second; Postcards from the Edge - Messer, fourth; Christmas Memo- ries - Messer, second; Blooms a Plenty - Messer, first; In Memory of Trees - Messer, fourth; Masquer- ade - Messer, second; Sun- shine on My Shoulders - Messer, first; Sleighbell Memories - Messer, third; Music of the Night - Mess- er, first; Time to Dance - Messer, third. It's a Wrap with Aztec Tortillas: Bridget Lottman, Norwalk, third and $20 prize; FFA Agricultural Mechanics Technology projects: First Year Tractor Exhibitor - Logan Adair, Truro, second; 1958 and Prior - Jarad Taylor, New Virginia, first; Wool Show: Colored Hand Spinning Fleeces, 60's-64"s Fine and 1/2 Blood Comb- ing, Colored - Melissa Wubben, Norwalk, sev- enth; 36's-48's Low 1/4, Commor and Braid and Hair, Natural - Wubben, third; Doubles Champi- onship Horseshoe Pitch- ing Class A - Derek Blood- good, Creston, and Kyle Hines, Prole, third; Some- thing Different division of the Floriculture show: African Violets - Cameron Wheeler, Cumming, fifth; Coleus - Diana Bedwell, Norwalk, first; Other Flowering Plants - Bed- well, second; Cacti or Suc- culent Plants - Bedwell, first; Beauty of the Leaves - Bedwell, first; Natural Dish Garden - Bedwell, first; Fairy Garden - Bed- well first. The Warren County 4- H Robotics Team, orga- nized in April 2013, partic- t ipated in the Bratney Challenge at the Iowa State Fair which consisted of the NXT Challenge (Lego Mindstorm Robots) and the Junk Drawer En- gineer challenge. The team won the NXT Challenge Award and the Ir/novative Programming Award, both in the Junior Division. Team was Alex Reed, Eliz- abeth Smith, Jaden Schur- man, Ben Thessen and Jonathon Fay. Team coach- es were Ryan Streeter and Dick Wittry. Call 911 for emergencies ! I LAKE ROBBINS BALLROOM Saturday, Sept, 14! It will be a Country Band. Dance begins at 7 p.m. until ? Cost is $50 per person and includes transportation and admission to dance. Food and Drinks available at Dance Hall. Will pick up and deliver back to Norwalk, Winterset, Greenfield & Fontanelle. Call Stagecoach Travel, inc. 981-4508 to sign up! Let me help find the vehicle h ' insurance policy t.at s right for you00 !INSU00NCE INC 5 t 500981 14 m[ane aneins.: : : ce co m