Archive - 2013
William Frederick Hundt
Sept. 30, 1943 - June 13, 2013
BREMEN âÂ William Frederick (âBillâ) Hundt, 69, of Bremen, went home to be with The Lord Thursday, June 13, 2013. While descending from a tree after a day of hunting, a branch broke causing him to fall and incur spinal injuries which rendered him a quadriplegic. He fought the good fight through many complications, and by Godâs grace he now has peace.
Dec. 5, 1929 - June 13, 2013
PIERCETON âÂ JC Napier, 83 of Pierceton, passed away at 8:15 p.m. Thursday, June 13, 2013 in his residence.
On Dec. 5, 1929, he was born in Keokee, Va. to Milton and Beatrice (Stewert) Napier. He married Kaylene (England) Johnson on May 29, 1977 in North Judson, who survives.
JC was born and raised in Keokee, Va. and then moved to Culver in his late teens. He worked in carpentry and was a specialist at Culver Military Academy where he retired from and later he also retired from Da-Lite Screen Company, Warsaw.
Charles âChuckâ L. Denslow
May 31, 1926 â June 13, 2013
SOUTH BEND âÂ Charles Louis Denslow, 87, of South Bend passed away June 13, 2013 at 11:05 a.m. at Center for Hospice Care in Elkhart. His wife was at his side as he listened to his âBig Bandâ music.
Chuck was born in South Bend, May 31, 1926 and lived in South Bend most of his life. His parents, Howard and Marie (Bailey) Denslow, two sisters, Dorothy (Paul) Moss and Delores (Bob) Bowers, and one brother, Jack (Agnes) Petersen, his first wife Janice (mother of Judy and Cindy) all preceded him in death.
June 13, 2013
ROCHESTER âÂ Herbert âHerbieâ P. Davidson, 84, of Rochester died at 7:44 p.m., Thursday, June 13, at his residence.
Funeral services will be at 12 p.m. Tuesday, June 18, 2013 in the Good Family Funeral Home, 1200 W. 18th St., Rochester. Visitation is from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Tuesday in the funeral home. Burial will be at 2:30 p.m. in the Walkerton Cemetery.
Condolences may be made at www.goodfamilyfh.com
ARGOS â If you were a Major League Soccer club scouting locations to hold a youth soccer camp, the little town of Argos with its population of less than 1,700 nestled in rural Marshall County is likely not the first place youâd think of. Yet when North Central Soccer Association President Bill Mills and fellow Argos Futbol Club coach Andy Stone reached out to the Chicago Fire to host such a camp, the marriage made for a pretty nice fit.
Yeo and Indiana rout Kentucky 114-60
Five different Indiana players scored in double figures led by V.J. Beachemâs game-high 22, and a balanced Indiana All-Star team handed the Kentucky All-Stars a 114-60 shellacking on the road at Freedom Hall in Louisville Friday night.
Beachem finished a perfect 9-for-9 from the floor en route to his game-high, while Triton product Clay Yeo went 5-of-6, including 2-for-2 from beyond the arc on his way to 12 points for Indiana, which knocked down 13-of-22 3-pointers compared to a woeful 2-of-19 shooting night from deep for Kentucky.
Friday, June 14 will be a sight to see as the Heartland Artists Gallery and Moon Tree Studio has collaborated with the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce giving Plymouth an array of artist and art on display from noon-8p.m. on Michigan St. "Art in the Street" will display artists who live and draw in Marshall County giving the community a scope of the art in their own area.
PLYMOUTH - A local landmark is working to remain a local treasure.
Plymouthâs Tri-Way drive in theatre has long been a part of Marshall County tradition. It would be hard to find a native of the area that hasnât been to a film at the venue.
âPeople have proposed during shows at the theatre,â said managerial assistant Cindy Hamilton who along with Dave Kinney owns and operates the drive in.
BOURBON â An ongoing issue of police staffing was settled Tuesday at the regular meeting of the Bourbon Town Council. A recent resignation had prompted a consideration of whether or not to replace the full-time officer in the five-person department.
In recent meetings, Council members had mixed feelings due to budget considerations. While money is available now, it was not clear if financing would be adequate in the future.
PLYMOUTH â At the start of the Indiana All-Star series, Mack Mercer set out to prove he could play with the best basketball talent the state had to offer.
The Plymouth Junior All-Star pick scored a combined 19 points as Indiana swept Kentucky in the Junior All-Star series over the weekend, then put in a pair of balanced performances in the in-state Junior versus Senior All-Star games Monday and Wednesday with eight points and three rebounds in that series opener and four points, two assists, a steal and a game-high four blocks Wednesday.