Archive - Mar 2011
BREMEN ‚ÄĒ On March 9 at about 9:03 a.m., the Bremen Police Department received a complaint of shoplifting from the Bellmart, 1151 W. Plymouth St.
Before officers arrived, the suspect vehicle left the business west bound on Plymouth St. At about 9:06 a.m., the suspect vehicle was located and stopped on SR 106 west of Industrial Dr. by Officer Bruce Gadziola.
PLYMOUTH ‚ÄĒ Plymouth freshman Nicky Davis has already had an outstanding gymnastics season.
Along with a slew of all-around wins throughout the year, the PHS gymnast owns the school record in the vault with a 9.4 at Saturday‚Äôs Wawasee Sectional, also good enough for runner-up honors and the highest sectional finish by a Lady Pilgrim since 2007.
And her season isn‚Äôt over yet.
Davis scored an all-around tally of 35.30 Saturday, earning her fifth place overall and qualifying her for tonight‚Äôs Valparaiso Gymnastics Regional at 7 p.m. EST.
Students and faculty hope the proverbial third time‚Äôs a charm for the student-led ‚ÄúSoup for the Soul‚ÄĚ community event slated for Tuesday, March 29, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the Culver Elementary School. For two years running, the event, originally the brainchild of CES 6th grade teacher Missy Trent and art teacher Joyce Lyman, saw 6th graders creating a wide array of hand-made pottery in the form of bowls, ladels, cups, and other items, in which community-donated soup is served to diners from the community, who then take home and keep the student-made items.
PLYMOUTH ‚ÄĒ When Dave Liverance leaves Ancilla College later this month, his legacy will be one that he can be proud of.
‚ÄúI really have to say that it‚Äôs the relationships I‚Äôve been able to develop with my players, other coaches and the people here at the college that I‚Äôm most proud of,‚ÄĚ said Liverance of his time at Ancilla. ‚ÄúIt means a lot more than any other accomplishments that I could have had that I‚Äôve been able to help these young people be successful in their life.‚ÄĚ
Ellen Lucille Warnacut
July 23, 1925 ‚Äď March 8, 2011
PLYMOUTH ‚Äď E. Lucille ‚ÄúLou‚ÄĚ Warnacut, 85, of 7928 9B Road, Plymouth, passed away Tuesday at 10:40 p.m. of natural causes in the St. Joseph Regional Medical Center ‚Äď Plymouth. Lou was a lifetime Marshall County resident.
She was born in Argos, Indiana on July 23, 1925, the daughter of Eugene and Laberta (Gunkle) Meredith. She graduated from the Argos High School with the Class of 1943.
Lou became the bride of David I. Warnacut on March 8, 1945 in El Centro, Calif. while he was on leave serving in the Marine Corp.
Helen Virginia Buss
March 8, 2011
NAPPANEE ‚ÄĒ Helen Virginia Buss, 95, of Nappanee, died at 4:22 p.m., Tuesday, March 8, 2011 at Elkhart General Hospital.
She is survived by a son, Roger (Mary) Buss, Walkerton, grandson, Robert R. Phillip (Renee) Buss, Kendallville, and great grandson, Aidan Buss, Kendallville.¬† She was preceded in death by a sister, Dorothy Chase and brothers, Roy, Paul, and Milburn Roelke.
Visitation is from 2 to 8 p.m. Saturday at Thompson-Lengacher & Yoder Funeral Home, Nappanee.
An Eastern Star Memorial Service will take place at 8 p.m.
Carol Suzanne "Sue" Shanafelt
July 1, 1945 - March 7, 2011
MISHAWAKA ‚ÄĒ Carol Suzanne "Sue" Shanafelt, 65, residing in Mishawaka, passed away at 6 p.m. Monday, March 7, in the Emergency Room at St. Vincent Heart Center, Indianapolis.
She was born July 1, 1945 in South Bend, a daughter of Elmer L. and Ernestine M. (Stegmann) Shanafelt, and has lived in this area all of her life. She graduated from John Adams High School class of 1963.
BREMEN ‚ÄĒ The American Red Cross Marshall County Chapter will offer free compression-only CPR training classes from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 26 at the Bremen Senior Center, 103 N. Center St. The classes are open to all community members age 14 and over.
Each class is one hour. A Spanish interpreter will be available for one of the classes.
NORTH JUDSON ‚ÄĒ Three down, four to go.
With sectionals out of the way, North Judson-San Pierre basketball coach Ryan Bales said if you‚Äôre not already thinking about a state championship, you‚Äôre just not trying very hard.
Culver Academies Choir will join a combined chorus of select singers from every age group -- high school, college, and adult -- in the high-profile, four-day Mozart International Choral Festival June 29 through July 3, in Salzburg, Germany. The festival culminates in a performance of Mozart‚Äôs Mass in C ‚ÄúCoronation,‚ÄĚ K.317, and additional selections, in the historic Salzburg Dom. Professor Janos Czifra, director of music at the Dom, (which is the same position Mozart held) and Dr. Eph Ehly, will co-direct the concert, accompanied by a professional Austrian orchestra and European soloists.