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Page Four } Warren County Senior l I Nutrition Program Menu ii I l i For Martensdale Meal Site Contact Vicki White for information 515-961-1003 Thursday, November 14 Tuesday, November 19 Meatloaf Spaghetti w/ Meat Sauce Whipped Potatoes Lettuce Salad Brussels Sprouts Mixed Berry Cup Tropical Fruit M&M Cookie Garlic Breadstick Friday, November 15 Hamburger on Bun Wednesday, N0vember20 Hash Brown Square Deli Sandwich Corn Minestrone Soup Strawberries Crackers Fruit Salad Monday, November 18 Pineapple/Cherry Crisp Lemon Fish Rice Pilaf Thursday, November 21 Capri Vegetables Roast Turkey w/ Dressing Autumn Fruit Salad Sweet Potatoes Butterscotch Pudding Cranberry Sauce Green Beans Spiced Pears Pumpkin Bar Do You Have New Address? Are you a snow bird leaving soon for your winter location, or have you recently moved? Be sure to let us know your new mailing address so we can ensure our newspaper still gets to you. You can call us at 981-0406, email us at news@norwalk newspaper.com, or drop a note off to us at 1122 Main Street, Suite 1, Norwalk (we have a drop slot in our back office door if no one is in the office). YHAWK T “names or meat. me. .1929: BER? 1%? C0 N a» r" H"??? _. . a: Ni’Warren Town and County News 7' County hriff’s i This information was obtained directly from the Warren County Sheriff‘s Office. Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. October 28, 2019 6000 block of 133rd Ave, East Lincoln Township: Jason Cooper, 49, of rural Warren County, was arrested for domestic abuse assault and harassment 1st degree. ’ October 29, 2019 1 1000 block 90th Ave, Indianola: Sylvia Villanueva, 51, of rural Warren County, reported a dog bite. October 30. 2019 150000-block Otter Township: Miguel Quinto, 25, Waterloo, was arrest for possession of marijuana 1st offense. October 31, 2019 200 block, White Breast Township: Child abuse investigation Warren County. 200 block, New Virginia: A suicidal juvenile male was reported in Warren County. Juvenile was taken to the hospital by family. 10000-block County Line Rd: Greenfield Township: Bryan Anthony Hill, 23, Altoona, was arrested for driving while license suspended and possession of marijuana. 100 block Greenfield Township: Firearms Where turned over to the Warren County Sheriffs office per a court order. November 1, 2019 18000 block, Jackson Township: A burglary investigation in Warren County. The case remains under investigation. 8000 block, Greenfield Township: A report of child abuse was investigated in the Greenfield plaza. Child abuse actually occurred in the city of Des Moines. 16000 block, Liberty Center: Dustin Lear, 38, of Liberty Center, was arrested for drving while barred, possession controlled substance 3rd or subsequent and possession of drug paraphernalia. November 2, 2019 16000 block 180th Ave, Otter Township: Criminal mischief and trespassing reported in rural warren county. Investigation continues. S K/ Hwy 92, Indinaola, Lucas Willett, 30, of Truro was arrested for eluding, driving while license suspended, trespass and multiple traffic violations. November 3, 2019 800 block School St, Martensdale: Death investigation of an 80 year old male in Warren County. ' 10000 block, Jefferson Township: Nicholas Raitt, 19, rural Warren County, was arrested for eluding, speeding, stop sign Violation and registration violation. 5000 block 25th Ave, Linn Township: Death investigation of a 60 year old female in Warren County. 11:22, GO76/Highway G76: Modesto Segura, Indianola, was traveling westbound in the 24000 Block of G76 Highway. Segura stated something happened to one of the axle on the trailer he was pulling, possibly one of the axles broke. This caused the trailer to fishtail and the truck to start swaying sideways. The vehicle then went into the right ditch on the north side of the road. The vehicle rolled onto its top. The trailer lodged upright over the driver’s side back portion of the truck and a skid steer that was on the trailer fell off the trailer. November 5, 2019 7:51, Kennedy Street and 150th Avenue: Kaylah Johnson, India- nola, was traveling north bound on 150th Ave. Kyle Reed, Indianola, was traveling east bound on Kennedy St. Reed came through stop sign sliding into Johnson. Reed stated was just simply not paying attention and did not notice stop sign it time which caused his vehicle to collide with Johnson’s vehicle. No injuries were reported on scene. EOR. (2an is: 1,; Thursday, November 14, 2019 And You Thought Halloween Was Scary By Dorothy Rosby Ghosts and witches. Ho-hum. Halloween is not the scariest day of the year and not by a long shot. In fact, Halloween is kind of a warm up act for the actual creepiest holiday: National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day, which is widely celebrated on November 15th, though “widely celebrated” might be an exaggeration. “Holiday” might be a stretch too. Legend has it that National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day was created back in 1999 when a ghost was seen entering a refrigerator in a break room at the corporate offices of Hallmark. I’m joking. It was really the brainchild of home economists at Whirlpool Home Appliances who wanted to encourage us to empty our fridges of all the forgotten leftovers that will never be eaten in order to make room for all the Thanksgiving leftovers that will never be eaten. I decided they might be right after we had a little icebox emergency. A guest misplaced a tiny bottle of eye medicine in our refrigerator. She opened the door, took one look and let out a bloodcurdling scream. Or maybe that was milk-curdling. I can’t blame her. My refrigerator is like a haunted house. There’d be cobwebs in there if spiders could reach the handle. The door squeaks on its hinges, and the lights haven’t worked in months, even with new bulbs. I’d like to say that’s the reason I haven’t cleaned it for a while, but that would be a lie. I don’t even like looking inside. But I decided to face my fears, find the medicine, and get the jump on National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day all in one fell swoop. I put on my gloves, my hard hat, and my headlamp and told my husband, “I’m going in. If I’m not back in three days, send a search party.” And then, adrenaline coursing through my veins, I set off to boldly go where no one with any common sense has gone before. Nah. I don’t own a hard hat or a headlamp, but I have a really big flashlight. And what I found in the depths of my icebox was...chilling. Scary too. Here’s a sample: 'A bowl of something; I’m just not sure what. Maybe leftover dressing from last Thanksgiving. 'A bag of algae bloom fresh off the lake. Actually, I think in its youth, it may have been cilantro. 'A handful of free-roaming raisins that had once been grapes. I know what you’re thinking: All raisins were once grapes. But I never buy raisins. These raisins were definitely grapes when we met. 'A concoction of everything that has ever been spilled in our fridge collected and dried up under the drawers. It looked like a gumbo mud flat. ' Some creepy condiments, a menacing meat loaf, and an assortment of other unidentifiable items, none of which were eatable and, from the looks of them, it was hard to believe they ever were. I was petrified just looking at them. So were they. ‘ That’s what I found. Here’s what I didn’t find: the eye medicine. All that work for nothing. Sure I have a clean refrigerator, but what good is it? I can’t see inside without a flashlight. Dorothy Rosby is the author of several humor books including Alexa’s a Spy and Other Things to Worry About coming soon. Contact drosby@rushmore.com. NOTICE OF A PUBLIC MEETING The Warren County Historic Preservation Commission will hold a meeting on Monday, November 18, 2019 at 5:00 pm. in the 2nd floor Board of Supervisors Meeting Room, Warren County Administration Building, 301 North Buxton Street, Indianola, Iowa 50125. They will review and approve the minutes from October 7, 2019; review historical assessment results; discuss 2020 budget and‘discuss the Historic Preservation Commission website. Extra copies of the Norwalk paper can be purchased at Casey’s, Kum Go, ‘ Git-N-Go, and Fareway.