Archive - Aug 2012
Michael Richard Wilson
Feb. 12, 1990-Aug. 23, 2012
FRANKLIN â€”Â Michael Richard Wilson, 22, passed away Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012 in Franklin. He was a resident of Franklin.
ROCHESTER â€” After last weekâ€™s disappointing season-opener with Bremen, Plymouth was looking to see some improvement from its defense.
The Rockies made some big plays on defense Friday â€” including a 54-yard blocked field goal return for a touchdown to go up two scores early â€” and Plymouth kept hold of the Hickory Stick traveling trophy with its first win of the season, a 28-20 victory on the road at Rochester.
H. Fern Sanborn
July 6, 1920-Aug. 22, 2012
PLYMOUTH â€”Â H. Fern Sanborn, 92, of Plymouth, passed away Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012 at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth. She was born July 6, 1920 in Marshall County. April 22, 1939 she married Clyde Sanborn.
Fern is survived by her husband of 73 years, Clyde Sanborn; three daughters, Sandra Manooses of Bloomfield, Wanda (Dave) Lattimer of Argos, and Jo Lovette of White Pigeon, Mich.; and five grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.
John F. Westafer
Jan. 20, 1922-Aug. 22, 2012Â
BOURBON â€”Â John F. Westafer, 90, of Bourbon passed away Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012 at 9 a.m. at Millerâ€™s Merry Manor Nursing Home of Plymouth.
Julia R. McCarty
Aug. 21, 2012
CULVER â€”Â Julia R. McCarty, 65, of Culver died Aug. 21, 2012 at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center, Plymouth.
She is survived by her husband, Bill McCarty Sr.; son, Billie McCarty Jr. of Culver; sister, Mary Jean Sherrill of Warsaw; and one grandchild.
Visitation will be Friday, Aug. 24, 2012 from 3 to 8 p.m. at Odom Funeral Home, Culver.
Service will be Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012 at 1 p.m. at the funeral home.
Burial will take place at Culver Masonic Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to the donorâ€™s choice.
CULVER â€”Â Culver Military Academyâ€™s fourth-quarter defensive stands left football head coach Andy Dorrel sounding like a philosopher Friday night â€” in a good way.
Stuck in a hole by a pair of fourth-quarter offensive turnovers, the Eaglesâ€™ defensive unit responded each time with a takeaway of its own â€”Â a fumble recovery by linebacker Mixon Holmes and game-icing interception by senior cornerback Joel Tinney â€” to hold on for a 27-20 win over visiting rival NorthWood at Oliver Field.
Marilyn S. Stewart
Jan. 3, 1932 â€“ Aug. 21, 2012
PLYMOUTH â€” Marilyn Sue Baldridge Stewart, 80, a resident of Nutmeg Trail, Plymouth, passed away Tuesday Aug. 21, 2012 at 10:32 a.m. in Millerâ€™s Merry Manor Nursing Home, Plymouth.
She was born in Bloomington Jan. 3, 1932, the daughter of Otho D. and Anna A. (Foster) Baldridge.
Marilyn graduated from University High School May 26, 1950, she then attended Indiana University, where she was a member of the Alpha Chi Omega Sorority.
ELKHART â€“ You wouldnâ€™t know it from the score, but Glenn played a good defensive football game Friday during its 36-0 loss to Jimtown.
The Falcon offense, on the other hand â€¦
â€śWe just have to find people who will run hard and make plays,â€ť said Falcon coach Justin Bogunia following the lopsided Northern State Conference battle at Elkhart.
The Jimmies (2-0) proved their No. 2 ranking in the 3A state coaches poll is no fluke. They scored 14 points in the first two minutes and basically ran roughshod over the 0-2 Glenn team.
The Kline family of Culver were among Hoosier families honored via the State of Indiana's Hoosier Homestead Award Program, which recognizes families with farms that have been owned by the same family for 100 years or more. Indiana family farms may qualify for the Centennial Award (100 years of ownership), Sesquicentennial Award (150 years of ownership), or Bicentennial Award (200 years of ownership).
PLYMOUTH â€“ â€śHow did it all start?â€ť
You might well ask yourself this question as the Marshall County Blueberry Festival gears up for its 45th Anniversary and its 46th season this Labor Day weekend. It all harks back to a historical phenomenon in Marshall County: blueberries, blueberries, blueberries!