Archive - Nov 24, 2010
Carl Thompson "Tom" Bartlett Jr., 77, passed away on Monday morning, November 22, 2010, at his home.
He was born August 24, 1933, in Muncie, the son of Grace (Robinson) Bartlett and Carl T. Bartlett.
His dad, Carl T. Bartlett Sr., started Bartlett Auctioneers in 1929 and Tom joined him in business in 1951 and remained in the auction business until he retired in 1997.
Anne M. Gage, 54, of rural Decatur, died on Monday, November 22, 2010, in Adams Memorial Hospital.
Anne was born on February 27, 1956, in Decatur to Jack and Mary (Peterson) Gaffer.
On October 1, 1977, she married Roger Gage.
She was a member of St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church in Decatur and its Rosary Society.
Anne worked at West End Restaurant in Decatur for more than 40 years as a manager.
Glenn Dale "Butch" Mosser, 84, of Geneva, passed away at 12:41 PM, on Monday, November 22, 2010, at his residence.
He was born on Monday, August 23, 1926, in Hartford Township of Adams County to Harold Mosser and Ruth (Fox) Mosser.
Glenn married Margaret M. Derickson on August 17, 1945 at the First United Methodist Church parsonage in Geneva. Margaret passed away on August 20, 1996.
The jobless rate in Adams County continued its downward trend in October.
According to statistics released Tuesday by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, the county's unemployment rate dipped to 9.1 percent last month, down from 9.4 percent in September and 9.9 percent in August.
(Editor's Note: The following news release is from Purdue University.)
Behind the flashy 75 seconds the Purdue “All-American” Marching Band will share with the world through the lenses of NBC cameras at the 2010 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, lies years of anticipation and months of hard work.
Bellmont’s wrestling Braves, rated No. 11 in the preseason Indiana Wrestling Coaches poll, will open their season at Columbia City Tuesday night
in the annual NHC opener. Veteran coach Brent Faurote, beginning his
23rd season at the helm, welcomes back most of his starting lineup after losing just three senior starters through graduation. However, the Braves may start the season without a regular 103-pounder.
Both Adams Central and South Adams placed five football players on the All-ACAC first team, it was announced earlier this week.
Outstanding senior back Nathan Busse, who had combined rushing and receiving stats of nearly 1,000 yards and 12 touchdowns, led the Central group, which included sophomore quarterback Dalton Combs, senior center Clayton Lengerich, senior two-way lineman Travis Snyder and runningback-defensive back Spencer Balash.