Archive - Dec 22, 2012
Harry J. Olson
Oct. 23, 1918-Dec. 19, 2012
SEBRING, Fla. â€” Harry J. Olson, age 94, passed away Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012 in Sebring, Fla. He was born in Hammond City on Oct. 23, 1918 to Harry E. and Gusta Mae (Cobler) Olson. He was an A/C Repairman; of the Presbyterian Faith; served in the U.S. Navy during WW II; Member of the American Legion Post 27 and the Masonic Lodge #149 in Plymouth; He was an avid fisherman and a trap and skeet shooter; He was a resident of Sebring, Fla. since 1980 coming from Plymouth.
Betty Jane Crise
Dec. 18, 2012
CULVER â€”Â Betty Jane Crise, 94, of Culver died Dec. 18, 2012 at Millerâ€™s Merry Manor, Culver.
She is survived by daughters, Dawn E. Crise of Plymouth, Candace L. Crise of Plymouth; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
There will be no visitation or services. Burial will be at Arlington National Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to Culver Academies.
Condolences may be sent via the obituary page at www.odomfuneralhome.com.
The Odom Funeral Home of Culver is in charge of arrangements.
Thomas W. Fishback Jr.
Dec. 15, 2012
Sandra Lee Carlson
May 14, 1936-Dec. 20, 2012
KOONTZ LAKE â€” Sandra Lee Carlson, 76, passed away Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012 in St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, Plymouth. Sandra was born May 14, 1936 in Hammond to Edwin and Ruth (Lysaker) Carlson and lived at Koontz Lake for 30 years, coming from Dyer. She was a homemaker.
LAKEVILLE â€” Sometimes when the shots arenâ€™t falling, all you can do is keep putting them up.
LaVille overcame a tough 2-for-9 start from 3-point range to finish at an eventual 7-for-18 mark from deep â€” led by senior guard Andrew Hostetlerâ€™s six triples â€” and the Lancers gapped visiting Buchanan with a 14-3 fourth quarter-opening run to hand the visiting Bucks a 48-30 loss at home at Dale E. Cox Gymnasium Friday night.
DONALDSON â€” For the second straight year, the Ancilla College softball team put its Christmas spirit to work by helping the homeless.
The Lady Chargers kept up their tradition by allowing fans to donate socks at all home softball games in the fall and spring, in place of paying admission. Over 200 pair of socks were collected and donated to Hope Rescue Mission in South Bend. The team went one step further this year.
â€śThe socks were great,â€ť said Ancilla coach Scott Reese, â€śbut we wanted to do a little more.â€ť
OD moves to 9-1
Class A No. 2 Oregon-Davis jumped out to a 41-6 halftime lead over visiting West Central and never looked back in a 62-20 rout at home Friday night.
Ashley Campbell scored 19 and Alicia McIntosh finished with 17 for the Lady Cats. Jesse Avarone scored nine, Haley Collings finished with eight, and Taylor Kranenburg scored six as 12 different OD players saw the floor in the win.
West Central was led by Alicia Krugerâ€™s six points.
The Bobcats improved to 9-1 with the win, while West Central slid to 5-5.
â€˘Â OREGON-DAVIS 62, WEST CENTRAL 20