Archive - Apr 2011
"I think we can finish in the top four of the conference," stated Adams Central girls track coach Bart Lehman, on his outlook for the coming track campaign.
Well, either Lehman knows a lot more than anyone else about his girls track team, or he's counting on a bunch of varsity-unknowns to step in, fit right in, and score big time.
Maybe it's both.
Lloyd E. Perry, 88, of Geneva, died at home on Wednesday.
He was born to Kenneth and Edna Lee Perry.
Among survivors are his wife, Marjorie; one daughter, Mrs. Richard (Elaine) Monroe of Geneva; and three sons: Dr. Randall Perry of Normal, Illinois; Rick Perry of Salisbury, North Carolina; and Dr. Roger Perry of East Moline, Illinois.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday in Trinity United Methodist Church at Berne, with burial in Westlawn Cemetery, Geneva.
Eileen Sprunger, 84, of Berne, died Wednesday in Adams Memorial Hospital.
She was born in Adams County on January 18, 192 to Marcus and Clara Nichols Sprunger.
Among survivors are her husband, Ernest Sprunger; three sons, Dale, Tom, and Mark Sprunger of Berne; and two daughters, Mrs. Tod (Wendy) Striker of Berne and Mrs. Steven (Becky) Billington of Bryant.
As a doctor specializing in treating emergency room cases, Dr. Jonathan Schmitz of Indianapolis is involved regularly in matters of life and death.
As a graduate of Butler University and Virginia Commonwealth University, making a decision about which team to support in Saturday’s men’s basketball Final Four semi-final game is much easier.
The Decatur 175th Celebration Committee has announced that souvenirs of this year’s anniversary of the city are available at five businesses.
Picture postcards of Decatur and pre-orders for collector books are available at The Home Place, The Next Page Bookstore and More, Ritter’s Flowers and Gifts, and Yvonne Marie’s Antique Mall. Postcards also are being sold at the Back 40 Junction.
Doug Milligan of Geneva, a founding member of South Adams Trails Inc., recently attended a large gathering of people from various trail groups around Indiana.
The event, called a Bike and Pedestrian Trail Network Summit, was held at Carmel and drew some 65 people, Milligan said. Each of the representatives of local groups was allowed to describe the trail in his or her area.