Archive - Nov 2012
Marguerite Louise Felten
June 16, 1913-Nov. 19, 2012
BREMEN â€”Â Marguerite Louise Felten, 99, died at the Bremen Health Care Center Monday, Nov. 19, 2012. She was born near Bremen June 16, 1913 to Delbert and Nettie Snyder, and she grew up on a farm east of Bremen on land that is now the Pla-Mor Campground.
Sept. 2, 1934, she married Wilford â€śBugsâ€ť Felten. He died June 6, 1949. She was a lifelong member of St Paulâ€™s Lutheran Church in Bremen. She had worked at Bremen Bearings and Meister Drugs (the Ben Franklin store) and was a volunteer at Bremen Health Care Center.
Ann Marie Monhaut
October 2, 1964-November 16, 2012
MISHAWAKA â€”Â Ann Marie Monhaut, 48, died Friday, Nov. 16 at Michiana Health and Rehabilitation, Mishawaka.
Ann Marie was born Oct. 2, 1964 in South Bend to James Patrick and Theresa Mary (Schneider) Walsh. She was preceded in death by her father, James Patrick.
David George Hollinger
Nov. 15, 2012
WALKERTON â€”Â David George Hollinger, 64, of Walkerton died Nov. 15, 2012.
He is survived by his wife, Delores Hollinger; sons, Sgt. Kevin (Tara) Hollinger of Mishawaka, Anthony (Jill) Hollinger of Brookfield, Ill.; three grandchildren; brothers, Dan (Barbara) Hollinger of Chanhassen, Minn., Roger (Cindy) Hollinger of Russellville, Ark.; and sister, Gail Diehl of Bentonville, Ark.
Robert Charles Arvesen
March 22, 1929-Nov. 18, 2012
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Robert Charles Arvesen, 83, of Plymouth, died Nov. 18, 2012 at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center.
Mary E. Beam Gridley
Feb. 4, 1925 - Nov. 18, 2012
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Mary E. (Beam) Gridley, 87, a lifetime Marshall County resident, living at River Park, passed away of natural causes in Grace Village, Winona Lake, at 12:20 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012.
Mary was born in Plymouth, the daughter of Francis X. and Gladys H. (Nellans) Sullivan Feb. 4, 1925.
She graduated from Plymouth High School with the class of 1942.
In 1943, she married Dale A. Beam. Dale passed in 1970, and Dean G. Gridley and Mary were married in Plymouth Nov. 4, 1972. Dean died in 2009.
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouthâ€™s swarming halfcourt defense can give a team fits under normal circumstances. When even the open shots arenâ€™t falling, things can get pretty lopsided.
The Lady Lions converted a woeful 5-of-51 shots from the field, and the host Pilgrims jumped on the visitors early in a 56-12 rout at The Rock Tuesday night.
â€śWe couldnâ€™t hit,â€ť said Bremen head coach Tonja Lucchese. â€śAt the halftime they had four more shots than us from two-point range; we were even on the 3s. If you canâ€™t hit, itâ€™s tough to battle.â€ť
CULVER â€” Culver Communityâ€™s girls basketball team found a winning formula Tuesday â€” defense and timely free throws.
The Cavs limited Class A No. 10 Argos to 26 percent from the field, created 21 turnovers and sank 7-of-8 fourth-quarter attempts from the foul line highlighted by the game-winning pair from sophomore guard Tatum Schultz with 33 seconds left in a 31-29 win at John R. Nelson Gymnasium.
BOURBON â€” Triton coach Adam Heckaman said his Lady Trojans werenâ€™t scared of NorthWoodâ€™s size, but that size is what won out in the end anyway.
Six-one senior Savannah Bley and 5-11 junior Morgan Olson combined for 47 points and 30 rebounds and impressive 19-of-31 shooting from the field, and Class 3A No. 3 NorthWoodâ€™s inside game helped the Lady Panthers take a win from the Class A No. 6-rated Lady TrojansÂ in a match-up of ranked teams Tuesday at The Trojan Trench, 59-51.
Lady Lancers earn first win
LaVille outscored visiting Elkhart Christian 18-7 in the second quarter to rally back from an early deficit, and the Lady Lancers earned their first win of the season with a 56-35 victory over the Eagles at home at the Cox Box Tuesday.
Kelsey Gurtner scored 15, McKenzie Leed finished with 13, and Hannah Herbster put up 11 points as LaVilleâ€™s offensive balance helped put the home team over the top.
ECA was led by Dora Jongsmaâ€™s 16.
LaVille travels to Oregon-Davis Nov. 29.
â€˘Â LaVILLE 56, ELKHART CHRISTIAN 35
ECA: 11 18 24 35
PLYMOUTH - Local law enforcement agencies were honored by the state for their work in stopping impaired driving.