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April 25th, 2011

Cast unmasked for ‘Phantom’

April 25, 2011

    Bellmont High School cast members for the musical "The Phantom of the Opera" have been announced for the shows this Saturday and Sunday in Bellmont Theatre.
    The productions will begin at 7 p.m. on Saturday and at 2 p.m. on Sunday. At the Saturday night event, the theatre will be renamed Erekson Memorial Theatre in tribute to Reid and Evelyn Erekson, the first highly-trained adults to lead student productions on that stage.

So how much would the NA tax hike cost?

April 25, 2011

    (Editor’s Note: In this article and others to follow, North Adams Community Schools officials explain why they are seeking approval of a $1.25 million funding increase from taxpayers. The newspaper welcomes all comments on this issue. Please address them to: Referendum Peoples Voice.)

Evelyn I. Andorfer

April 25, 2011

    Evelyn I. Andorfer, 92, of Columbia City, died Friday at home.
    She was born to William and Minnie Longardner Doty.
    Among survivors are two sons, Philip Andorfer of Columbia City, and Keith Andorfer of Fort Wayne, and four daughters, Cheryl Ball of Fort Wayne, Mrs. Brad (Christine) Whiteleather of Columbia City, Mrs. James (Charleen) McSwain of Decatur, and Mrs. David (Jacalyn) Lillich of Granger, Indiana.

Marion Smith

April 25, 2011

    Marion "Pud" Smith, 82, of Berne, a member of the Geneva Fire Department for 50 years, died Saturday in Chalet Village nursing home.
    He was born in Adams County on November 29, 1928, to Harold and Mildred Sutter Smith.
    Among survivors are his wife, Mary Jane; six children; six stepchildren; and a sister, Betty Bixler of Geneva.

Merlin W. Sprunger

April 25, 2011

    Merlin W. Sprunger, 87, of Berne, died today.
    Funeral arrangements are pending at Yager-Kirchhofer Funeral Home, Berne.

Donna Sweeny

April 25, 2011

    Donna Sweeny, 64, of Berne, a former resident of Geneva, died Saturday in Swiss Village Retirement Community.
    She was born in Decatur on June 26, 1946, to Gail and Elma E. Kraner Hodgin.
    Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Stan (Anita) Mosser of Geneva, Mrs. Noel (Julia) Daniel of Indianapolis; and Mrs. Jim (Marla) Suding of Muncie.

April 22nd

AC track squads dominate Raiders

April 22, 2011

    Adams Central ran away with both the boys and girls ACAC track meet with Southern Wells Thursday afternoon, scoring a huge 92-31 win in the boys meet and a 70-53 victory in the girls.
    The Jets girls won nine firsts with Briona Case taking three firsts, winning the 100 in n13.2, the 200 in 28.9, and the long jump with a leap of 15'6".

Softball Jets nip Raiders 3-2

April 22, 2011

    PONETO — Two of the better pitchers in the ACAC softball picture squared off at Southern Wells High School Thursday afternoon and Adams Central survived the contest with a 3-2 triumph over the host Raiders.
    Sydnee Peterson tossed a five-hitter for the win for the Jets fanning a pair and walking only one while Cristin Carter retired nine AC batters on strikes, walked none, and allowed just five hits. Both teams only had one earned run and defensive lapses in the fourth cost Southern Wells a pair of runs.

Fred Pickford

April 22, 2011

    Fred Pickford, 85, of Navarre, Florida, passed away on Sunday evening, April 17, 2011, in Florida.
    He was born on January 11, 1926, in Decatur to Fred A. and Lavina Pickford.
    Fred became a successful small business owner and an accomplished building contractor.
    He and his wife, Patsy, moved to Navarre in 1985, where be built their home.
    They also opened an interior decorating business in Navarre.

New depot work OKed

April 22, 2011

    The city-owned railroad depot off Seventh St. is getting another shot in the arm ... er, building.
    Mayor John Schultz revealed at this week's city council meeting that the city's Board of Works and Safety had authorized the expenditure of approximately $23,000 to provide some much-needed work on the aging structure, now in its 99th year.

 

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