Archive - Sep 21, 2011
East Noble was the first to serve last night, but that was all they beat the Squaws to accomplish. The Squaws won the three game set with ease enroute to their third 3-0 sweep in their last three matches.
Both South Adams and Adams Central lady volleyballers took the court Tuesday night with mixed results in the ACAC.
The Lady Jets brought their broom to Bluffton Tuesday night when they swept the Lady Tigers 25-19, 25-20, & 25-17 in three games during their ACAC contest.
Leading the charge for AC was Chelsie Eads who produced eight kills and three digs as well as an assisted block. Abbey Lichtle also had eight kills to go along with her 12 digs.
Decatur City Council moved its budget to within one final stage of passage and also provided a break for local and area developers at its meeting on Tuesday night.
Prior to the council meeting, a public hearing was held for the 2012 budget and, with no objections aired, council gave unanimous approval on two readings. The third and final reading — and approval — will come at the October 4 meeting.
Decatur City Council agreed on Tuesday night to set up a $30,000 account which will be used to fund the city's latest major tree project. Once the project is completed, the city will be reimbursed.
The situation was explained to council by Steve Krull, head of the parks and recreation department and a member of the city's tree board. The city has received a $30,000 grant administered through the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to fund the tree project.
Dr. H.S. Lee, longtime city surgeon/ physician, has been discharged from Parkview Hospital and is recuperating at home.
He suffered an acute medical problem at his home nearly two weeks ago.
Adams Health Network President and CEO Tom Nordwick noted, “Dr. Lee’s family has expressed their thanks for everyone’s prayers and support on his behalf.”
David L. Bailey, 66, of rural Decatur, died Tuesday in Bluffton Regional Medical Center.
Funeral arrangements are pending at Haggard-Sefton and Hirschy Funeral Home, Decatur.
Dennis L. Lehman, 93, of Berne, died Tuesday in Swiss Village Retirement Community.
He was born to William and Caroline Flueckiger Lehman.
Among survivors are his wife, Romaine; two sons, Jim Lehman of Berne and Lee Lehman of Centerville, Ohio; and two daughters, Mrs. Barry (Denise) Moore of Geneva and Mrs. Ted (Gretta) Beitler of Berne.
Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday in First Mennonite Church at Berne, with burial in MRE Cemetery, rural Berne.
Kenneth H. Liechty, 86, of Berne, died Tuesday at home.
He was born to Elmer and Leona Sprunger Liechty.
Among survivors are his wife, Rose Marie; one son, Lyle M. Liechty of Carmel; one daughter, Beth A. Walker of Berne; and one sister, Mrs. Bryce (Deloris) Christy of Berne.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in Cross United Church of Christ at Berne, with burial in MRE Cemetery, rural Berne.
Earl M. Stucky, 91, of Berne, a former Monroe resident, died at 6:15 a.m. Tuesday at Swiss Village Retirement Community.
He was born on October 13, 1919, in Berne to Erwin and Martha Liechty Stucky.
He married Marjorie M. Dotterer on October 12, 1940; she survives.
He was the former owner of Stucky Furniture in Monroe, a business that was in his family for 81 years.
Royce Robertson Lanson "Lanny" Woolfolk, 52, of Bumpass, Virginia, went to be with his Lord on Monday, September 12, 2011.
Lanny was a business owner in the timber industry and was recognized as Businessman of the Year for Louisa County in 1997.
He was active in various community and civic organizations and, as a conservationist, was a passionate steward and manager of wildlife and habitat.