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Page Four N/WarrenTown and County News Thursday, September 5, 2013 Colton Barton Colton Barton of Norwalk has been inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at AIB College of Busi- ness. "Trul3~ this honor is not available to just any student," AIB President Nancy Williams told inductees at the August 8 induction ceremony. "It is available only to the most academically successful students. You are join- ing a very prestigious group today and we know that you are the future business leaders .of tomorrow." Barton now is eligible for special scholarships at AIB. Those scholarship opportunities also are available to Phi Theta Kappa members who transfer from other colleges into AIB's bachelor's degree completion program. Phi Theta Kappa was established in 1918 in Missouri. Today, it is the largest honor society in American higher education with more than two million members and 1,200 chapters located in the United States, U.S. territo- ries, Canada, Germany and other countries. Phi Theta Kappans must have a GPA of 3.5 or above, show good moral character and possess recognized qualifies of good citizenship. The mission of the Beta Pi Pi Chapter at AIB is to recognize and encourage academic achievement and to provide oppor~nifies for individual growth and devel- opment through participation in honors, leadership, service and fellowship programming. Barton is earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting & Business Administration at AIB. ........................................................................ Austin Grimm and Jill Hill of Norwalk have been honored as a Presidential Scholar at AIB College of Busi- ness for the Summer 2013 term. To qualify as a Presidential Scholar, students must attain a grade point average of 3.80 or higher for the term. Grimm is earning an Associate in Applied Science degree in Accounting at AIB. Hill is earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration at AIB. ........................................................................ Amber Sellers of Norwalk has been named to the JIP Dean's List at AIB College of Business for the Summer 2013 term. To qualify for the Dean's List, Sellers attained a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.79 for the term. Sellers is earn- ing a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting at AIB. Jami Feder of Norwalk has been named to the Honor Roll at AIB College of Business for the Summer 2013 term. To qualify for the Honor Roll, Feder attained a grade point average of 3.0 to 3.49 for the term. Feder is earn- ing a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Adminis- tration at AIB. lP" "Grand" new place, same classic taste/ Now at 2025 Grand Ave., West Des Moines - 225.4842 . 11 a.m. - close i Satu __, Wednesday Dinner Buffet *Wednesday Lunch Buffet 11 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. New items available on lunch menu! NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES The University of Ne- mann, Norwalk, first; Baby braska-Lincoln's 301- Afghan - Mandt, Cure- member Cornhusker ruing, fourth. Marching Band, the "Pride Tone's Cinnamon Rolls: of All Nebraska," made its Plain-Frosted or Unfrosted 2013 debut Aug. 31 at Me- - Bridget Lottman, Nor- morial Stadium with pre- walk, second; Fine Arts: game and halftime perfor- third place overall went to mances at Nebraska's foot- Bryan Coons, Norwalk; ball season opener against Experimental Art - Laura the University of Wyo- Ingram, St. Charles, Hon- ming. orable Mention; Fabric and Band members include Threads Quilting: Block Nathan Baker, Norwalk, Exchange/Kit/Block of the tenor saxophone, senior, Month (300+) - Anna economics and finance, Pilcher, Cumming, first; T- ................................. shirt - Pilcher, fourth; Ani- The Iowa State Fair ta Gogerty, Norwalk, Hon- hosted a one-day meal orable Mention, Roseanna packaging event in part- McConathy, Truro, Honor- nership with Meals from able Mention; Art/Innova- the Heartland, the iowa tive - Gogerty, third; Soybean Association, the Pieced from a Traditional Iowa Food and Family Pattern (300+)- Gogerty, Project and GROWMARK. fourth; Mixed Technique Approximately 1,500 vol- (300+) - Gogerty, second; unteers packaged 255,096 Fabric and Threads Sew- meals to help alleviate life- ing for the Home: Orna- threatening hunger ments - Pilcher, fourth. around the world exceed- Angus Show: Early ing their goalby over 5,000 Summer Yearling Heifer meals. May 1 - June 30, 2012 - Following are various Johnson Angus Farm, Pro- Iowa State Fair Contest le, seventh; March Junior winners: 4-H Dog Show: Yearling Heifer March 1- Handling Junior-Vanessa 31, 2012 2 Johnson Angus Hautekeete, Norwalk, Farm, sixth; C&H Canned first; Hawkeye Market Preserves: Terri Sinclair, Swine Show: Purebred All Cumming, second place Other Breeds Class 3- Jen- overall; Peach - Sinclair, na Tlach, Prole, first; second; Raspberry- Sin- Crossbred Gilts Class 2 - clair, first; Junior and Inter- Abby Tlach, Prole, second; mediate Floriculture: Crossbred Gilts Class 3 - Flower Garden ages 8 to 12 Abby Tlach, fifth; Cross- - Hanna Bedwell, New bred Barrows Class 7- Jen- Virginia, fifth; My Favor- na Tlfich, third; Champion ite Things ages 8 to 12 - Purebred - Jenna Tlach. Bedwell, fourth; Lady Bug Fabric and Threads ages 8 to 12 - Cali Wilson, Hand Knitting contest: In- Norwalk, first; Peony ages fant Sweater or Dress ages 8 to 12 - Bedwell, second; 0-2 - Victoria Wickham, Cardinal ages 8 to 12- Bed- Norwalk, third; Adult Car- well, fifth; Graziano's Ital- digan Sweater (One Yam/ ian Sausage Entree: Pame- Color, Finer than Worsted) la Reynolds, Norwalk, - Wickham, Honorable third place and $25. Mention; Cap or Hat (Mul- Angora Goat Show: tiple Yams/Colors) - Wick: Stony Woods Farm, Prole, ham, Honorable Mention; captured the Grand Scarf (One Yarn/Color, Champion Buck banner; Other than Lace) - Wick- Senior Buck Jan. 1 to Feb. ham, fourth; Shawl/Wrap/ 15, 2013 - Stony Woods Shrug (Multiple Yarns/ Farm, Prole, first and sec- Colors, Other than Lace) - ond; Junior Buck Kid Feb. Wickham, third; Fabric 16, 2013 and After- Stony and Threads Embroidery Woods Farm, second and contest: Picture (under 20 fourth; Doe 2-year-Old inches) - Patricia Puente, and Older - Stony Woods Norwalk, Honorable Men- Farm, second and third; tion; Picture (over 20 inch- TNT Farm, Prole, fourth es) - Rae Corrigan, Nor- and sixth; Yearling Doe walk, second; Pillow- Born in 2012 - Stony Anna Pilcher, Cumming, Woods Farm, sixth and fourth; Fabric and Threads seventh; Senior Doe Jan. 1 Crochet: Afghan (granny to Feb. 15, 2013 - Stony squares, block pattern & Woods Farm, first and sec- assembly) - Susan Mandt, ond; TNT Farm, third; Jnn- Cumming, Honorable ior Doe Feb. 16, 2013 and Mention; Afghan (shell After - Stony ~Voods Farm, stitch) - Wynona Bohe- I first and fourth; TNT Farm, sixth; Pair of Kids (Both Sexes) - Stony Woods Farm, first; Pair of Yearling Does - Stony Woods Farm, third; Exhib- itor Flock (4 Does and 1 Buck) - Stony Woods Farm, second. Talent Search Sprout Division (ages 2-12) ad- vanced to semi-final round: Maggie Wood, 9, Norwalk Baton; Mother/ Daughter Look-alike con- test: LeeAnn Coates, 58, Norwalk, and Sarah Harp- er, 36, Cumming, third; Kenmore Honored Har- vest Time Recipes: Pame- la Reynolds, Norwalk, third place and $50; Farm- er's Championship Horse- shoe Pitching Tourna- ment: Class A - Chris Jor- dan, Peru, second; C&H Canned Fruit Butters: Ter- ry SInclair, Cumming, first place overall and captured the Reserve Sweepstakes award; Peach - Sinclair, third; Fruit Butters Other than Named - Sinclair, first. FFA Horse Show: Aged Mules - Bailey Brummel, Peru, second; Reserve Champion Mule - Brum- mel; Hunter Hack - Jessi- ca Hanrahan, Prole, fourth; 2 to 3-Year-Old Junior Horse Western Pleasure - Savanah Farrell, St. Charles, fourth; 4 to 5- Year-Old Junior Horse Western Pleasure - Hanra- han, first; Broodmares - Hanrahan, fourth; Gelb- vieh Cattle Show: Early Winter Senior Bull Calf Sept. 1 to Oct. 31, 2012 - North River Farms, Nor- walk, third; Draft Pony Show: Draft Pony Ladies Cart 48" and Under- Crys- tal Creek Farm, Prole, third; Draft Pony Cart 45" - 48" - Devan Donato Crys- tal Creek Farm, Prole, third; Draft Pony Youth Cart Driver 10 and Under - Donato, Crystal Creek Farm, first; Draft Pony Youth Cart Driver 11 to 18 - Crystal Creek Farm, first; Simmental Cattle Show: Reserve Grand Champion Purebred Bull and Iowa Reserve Champion Bull - Kitzerow Cattle Compan St. Charles. ' Chuck E. Cheese's Ug- liest Cake: Hanna Bedwell, New Virginia, blue ribbon for the second year; Theme Junior (ages 7 to 11) - Bed- well first; AllSpice Cook- ie Contest: Olive Oil Cook- ie - Julie Kordick, St. Charles, third; Frosted Cookie - Kordick, third; C&H Classic Iowa Canned Jams: Apricot - Sinclair, second; Cherry - Sinclair, third; Wild Blackberry - Sinclair, third; Mulberry - Sinclair, third; Rhubarb - Sinclair, second; Spiced Tomato - Sinclair, second; Sugar Free - Sinclair, third; It's Cookie Time Some- where: Bridget Lottman, Norwalk, second; Twins, Triplets and More: Age 1, Least Alike - Rayni and R3?lan Lynch, Cumming, second; 4-H Horse and Pony competition: Tiffany Delker, Norwalk, Reserve Champion Senior Ranch Horse Western Pleasure; Katie Rinkert, Prole, Re- serve Champion Senior Horsemanship. Birth Kyle and Kira (Charlet) Thye welcomed a son Thurs- day, Aug. 22. Roscoe Gene Thye weighed 8 lbs., 8 oz. and is their first child. 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