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Thursday, October 8, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five Bevington Garden Club Taste of Norwalk Do you enjoy GOOD FOOD and GOOD COM- PANY? Tickets are now available for the 2nd annual Taste of Norwalk United Methodist Church being spon- sored by the Missions Committee. Purchase tickets for yourself, family members and friends to enjoy some wonderful food while helping support needs in our community and abroad. Twenty-five guest chefs will be preparing a variety of dishes to be tasted during the event that is being held Sunday, Oct. 11 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the church. Tickets are available for $10 each from the church J office or from any Missions Committee member. Con- tact the church office or Doris Cose at 515-981-4584 for more information or tickets. The event is a fund raiser for the Missions Commit- tee and all proceeds from ticket sales will be used to further Missions Work, both within the Norwalk com- munity and outside. From last year's proceeds, funds were used to purchase diapers for the Norwalk Com- munity Baby Shower to assist local new Moms with newborn needs, help a church member finance a mis- sions trip to a Haiti orphanage and also help a group from the church travel to Kentucky for a Missions project to work on homes of local residents. The Bevington Garden Club met at the Lyons Hall in Martensdale on Septem- ber 16. Roll call was an- swered by our favorite fall activity: some of which were watching football games, watching the fall colors change, going through corn mazes, raking leaves, fall house and yard cleaning, and making apple pies. Interesting reports on Dill Weed and Thyme were reported on by Lola Hill and Nancy Meyer. Nancy Ferguson had a program on preserving food, primarily on canning. Canning dates back to Napoleon Bonaparte who offered a 12,000 franc reward to any- one who could develop a method of preserving large 1611 Sunset Dr. Norwalk 981-0836 [ i pen Tuesday thru Thursday and Sunday 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Closed Monday TUES.- Ground Sirloin. THURS. - Top Sirloin SAT.- Baby Back Ribs inn's WED. - Baby Back Ribs FRI.- Whole Catfish or Prime Rib SUN.- Chicken Fried Steak Including Homemade Specialty Pizza Dine In or Carry Out quantities of healthy food for his troops. While can- ning is not necessarily cheaper than buying canned, dried or frozen food; the satisfaction of knowing exactly what is going into the jar and the ability to save some of the wonderful garden bounty makes it worthwhile. She demonstrated a number of helpful items used in the preservation of food. Freezing and drying food were also briefly dis- cussed. Samples of vari- ous preserved food were enjoyed. Denise Loll presented mum plants for the front entrance of the Norwalk Care Center as part of the 2015 service project. The Bevington Garden Club had a Harvest Sup- per for various members of the communities who helped them in their en- deavors to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening, to aid in the protection of native trees, plants, and birds and to encourage civic beautifica- tion. The supper was pre- pared using some of the various spices reported on throughout the year. The October meeting will be held .in the Bevington City Hall on October 21 at 6 p.m. The program will be on the versatile pumpkin. For further information on our activities, contact any member or Dona King at 515-480-1343. Donand Phyllis Desenberg-Leavingfortheir honeymoon Still on the Honeymoon After 65 Years! Area residents are invited to help celebrate Don and Phyllis Desenberg's 65th wedding anniversary Wednes- day, Oct. 14, They are pictured, above, as they left for their honeymoon, i Hosting a card shower are their children, Dennis (Barb) Desenberg, Mary Kay (Tim) Johnson, Jan (Matt) Sparks, Maggie (John) Desenberg-Weisser, Sally (Mark) Eggers and Amy (Brian) Desenberg-Wines. Greetings and cards may'sen e n ple at their home, 820 Main St., Norwalk, IA 50211. Chancellors Quartet In Concert The Chancellors Quar- tet, a popular Southern Gospel group from the Minneapolis, MN area, will be in concert Sunday, Oct. 11, 3:30 p.m. at Grand View Lutheran Church, 2930 E 13th St. in Des Moines. Th'is is part of the LaVern and Evelyn Larson Concert Series. A free-will offering will be accepted and light refreshments will be served. Everyone is welcome. For more information call 515-266-8074. Move up. You're sitting too far back while driving if you can't drape your wrists over the steering wheel without lifting your shoulder blades from the seat back. You should also be able to depress the clutch and brake pedals without straightening your legs all the way. LIBRARY HOURS Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Frid%; 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunda}; 1 - 4 p.m. Closed Sundays (Memorial Day-Labor Day) lY"