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Stories from Saturday, November 10, 2007

Veteran's Day has special meaning (11/10/07)
CLOVERDALE -- When Cloverdale Middle School Assistant Principal Dave Walton asked the students who have family members who served in the military to line up across the gymnasium and tell the crowd about their loved one at Friday's Veterans Day service, most of Tyler and Andrew Howard's peers talked about grandfathers and uncles who served in decades-old wars...
Help for child support payers is here (11/10/07)
Parents struggling to keep up with child support payments can get free legal advice at the Putnam County Courthouse. Tom Frohman, a lawyer with Indiana Legal Service, comes to Greencastle on the second Wednesday of each month to discuss child support issues with parents...
Caution urged for Monon Bell Classic (11/10/07)
Motorists and pedestrians alike are both asked to be cautious in the Blackstock Stadium area today due to heightened traffic for the Monon Bell Classic. DePauw Public Safety Supervisor Angie Nally said traffic on Jackson Street and at Hanna Street will be restricted to ease congestion and improve safety prior to and after the football game between the DePauw University Tigers and the Wabash College Little Giants...
4-H passes 1,000 mark (11/10/07)
Putnam County's 4-H program has surpassed the 1,000 mark. Participation in the 2007 4-H program was at 1,196 youth, Purdue Extension Educator Lauralee Baugh told the Putnam County Commissioners this week. That number is up from 930 in 2006, and she credits the new programs being added for drawing more youth people into the program...
House tour (11/10/07)
School Calendars (11/10/07)
CLOVERDALE ELEMENTARY Nov. 12-16 - Tree House, grades 2-4, 2:45-3:50 p.m. Nov. 14 - CMFK, 2-4:45 p.m. Nov. 15 - Spanish, 2:45-3:30 p.m. CLOVERDALE MIDDLE SCHOOL Nov. 12-15 - After School Tutoring until 3:20 p.m. Nov. 15 - Boys' Basketball Parent Preview Nigh, 6 p.m...
Late rally in regional falls short for North Putnam (11/10/07)
Tiger Cubs down Brown County, 60-41 (11/10/07)
By LISA MEYER TRIGG Editor With a 60-41 win, the Greencastle Varsity Girls opened their 2007-08 basketball season Saturday afternoon by defeating Brown County. "We have progressed so much," said head coach Glen Hile following the win. "The girls worked very hard to get better."...
Eagles drop to 1-1 with 31-point loss (11/10/07)
The South Putnam Eagles learned two things Friday night that should help them through the remaining 18 contests of the high school girls' basketball season. First, they learned turnovers lead to points. Edgewood converted most of South Putnam's 23 turnovers into baskets en route to the 67-36 victory over the host Eagles...
Bell returns to Greencastle on last-second kick (11/10/07)
Norman Lee Cox (11/10/07)
Norman Lee Cox, 71, Monrovia, died Thursday at his residence. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Paul and Mildred (Thompson) Cox. He married Ann (Petty) Cox on Oct. 19, 1985, and she survives. He attended Indiana State University and was a customer service representative for IBM, retiring in 1991 after completing 35 years of service...
Betty Louise Cummings (11/10/07)
Betty Louise Cummings, 86, Ladoga, died Friday at the Ben Hur Nursing Center. Born at Ladoga, she was the daughter of Warren D. and Hazel Smith Britts. She graduated from Ladoga High School in 1940 and attended beauty college in Indianapolis. She worked at a beauty shop in Crawfordsville for a short time...
Rosemary "Dorothy" Delp (11/10/07)
Rosemary Dorothy Marie Massing Delp, 79, died Thursday at her home. Born in Wolcott, she was a member of Cornerstone Christian Church and a volunteer with Project ANGEL of Hendricks County. Survivors include her husband, Robert Delp Sr.; her children, Connie Duffie, Bob Delp Jr., Rita Hodson and Debby Collins; 10 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren...
Robert J. Magill (11/10/07)
Robert J. Magill, 26, Greencastle, died Wednesd-ay at his residence. Born in Clinton, he was the son of Darlene J. Farner and Edward Magill. He was a graduate of Greencastle High School class of 2000. He had attended Rose Hulman Institute and Indiana State University, taking various art classes. He had previously worked with IAC at the Lear Corporation...
Opal E. Schwalbe (11/10/07)
Opal E. Schwalbe, 95, Noblesville, formerly of Greencastle, died Thurs-day. Schwalbe was born in Hazelwood, the daughter of Simeon and Flora (Duncan) Leitzman. She was the widow of Clarence "Hoppy" Schwalbe. She belonged to the First Christian Church in Greencastle...
Charles William Ullrich (11/10/07)
Charles William Ullrich Sr., 86, Greencastle, died Friday. Born in Indianapolis, he was the son of Dr. Arlie John and Kathleen Commons Ullrich. He was a graduate of Cathedral High School in Indianapolis and the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., class of 1944. Ullrich was a Lt. Commander in the U.S. Navy during World War II, retiring in 1964 after 20 years of service...
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