Archive - Apr 14, 2011
PLYMOUTH â The annual Marshall County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner held Wednesday night gave Master of Ceremonies Dean Colvin an opportunity to thank those currently running for an elected office and acknowledge the many loyal Republicans who have led or supported the party in the past.
Speaking to a large crowd assembled at Christosâ Banquet Hall, Colvin said, âOne of the things about Republicans is the work that is done behind the scenes by the âfoot soldiers.ââ
Barbara Esther (Whan) Hughes
Feb. 1, 1916-Jan. 25, 2011
CULVER â Barbara Esther (Whan) Hughes, 94, of Walnut Creek, Calif., formerly of Culver, died Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011 at Sophiaâs Care House in Walnut Creek, Calif.
She is survived by two daughters, Johanna Trickovic of Orinda, Calif., and Greta Berlin of bar Sur Loup France; son, Eric of Oakland, Calif.; nine grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Kenneth L. Luse
July 1, 1930 â April 11, 2011
PLYMOUTH âÂ Kenneth L. Luse, 80, a lifetime Plymouth resident, passed away in the company of his family following an extended illness. Ken resided with his loving wife Mary of 61 years, on Redbud Drive.
Ken had many friends and was a regular at the McDonaldâs morning coffee club. Kenâs comic nature never knew a stranger as he sought humor in everyday life. Most importantly he was a devoted Christian and family man who was âalways thereâ for them and the needs of others.
BREMEN â After a disappointing home loss to Triton last Friday, the Pilgrims were hoping for a strong showing this week.
Theyâre off to a good start.
Plymouth scored four runs in the top of the first and added on scores in all but two innings, while junior lefty Jordan Scheetz scattered five hits for two runs in five frames of work on the mound as the Pilgrims beat Bremen 12-4 on the road Wednesday.
It was Plymouthâs second road victory in two games after a win at Rochester Tuesday night.