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Stories from Tuesday, November 13, 2007

La Charreada manager offers apology (11/13/07)
The manager of La Charreada apologized to Greencastle residents Thursday and promised that his restaurant is clean, safe and awaiting the return of its customers. However, previous health department inspections show a history of problems at La Charreada, including multiple citations for cockroaches and a previous closing...
PCH urges diabetes awareness for all (11/13/07)
During American Diabetes Month, which is recognized every November, Putnam County Hospital is joining the American Diabetes Association calling for greater awareness to this growing epidemic. Diabetes affects nearly 21 million children and adults in the United States and another 54 million people are at-risk including many in Putnam County. ...
Fillmore residents say town stinks (11/13/07)
The Fillmore Town Council convened Saturday to discuss plans to hand over the community's leadership, but issues stemming from high water bills and a stinky sewer system continued to plague the lame duck council. "If something isn't done about this problem, Fillmore is going to be a ghost town," said Tina Fiest, a resident of Westwood Road...
Bowling for Scouts is Dec. 7,8 (11/13/07)
Northern Putnam County Girl Scouts will have a bowling event in December at Alex Alleys. Midnight bowling is set for Friday, Dec. 7, followed by an afternoon session on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 3-5 p.m. Cost is $6 per person and includes two games of bowling, shoe rental and one small drink. Girl Scouts will also be collecting toys for the Toys for Tots community service project...
Greencastle home featured on cover of Turf magazine (11/13/07)
A Greencastle couple's home will be featured on the cover of a national magazine when more than 70,000 subscribers receive their November edition of Turf next week. The cover photo features the finely manicured front lawn at the 1920 Windemere Drive home of Dale and Sandy Jessup in Greencastle's Edgelea Subdivision...
Clovers fall to Patriots in home-opener (11/13/07)
CLOVERDALE -- Strong free throw shooting and another solid performance from Kristin McCammon were some positive aspects the Clovers took out of their 83-50 loss to Owen Valley Monday night. The Clovers kept pace with the Patriots early, never letting them jump out to more than a five-point lead...
David A. Thomas (11/13/07)
David A. Thomas, 80, Greencastle, died Sunday. Born in Putnam County, he was the son of William M. and Clara O. Boswell Thomas. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and retired as a sergeant at the Indiana Dept. of Correction after 30 years of service...
Mary Losey Fischer (11/13/07)
Mary Losey Fischer, 82, Cartersburg, died Monday morning. She was born in Jennings County, and was a homemaker and a member of the Hendricks County Homemakers and the Amo Baptist Church. Surviving are daughters Joan Nichols, Cartersburg, Mary Ellen Strainer, Washington, and Rose Richard, Pennsylvania; sons Anthony "Tony" Fischer and Paul Jonathon Fischer, both of Coatesville; brothers Dale Losey and Paul Losey, both of Jennings County, sister Irene Keal, Jennings County; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.. ...
Robert J. Magill (11/13/07)
A memorial service is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday for Robert J. Magill, 26, Greencastle, who died Wednesday 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. Survivors include his mother Darlene Farner; father Edward Magill; grandmother Marie Magill, Bloomingdale; and several aunts, uncles and cousins...
Wesley Stout III (11/13/07)
Wesley Stout III, 85, Fillmore, died Sunday at Putnam County Hospital. Born in Indianapolis, he later married Susan M. Whitaker on Aug. 20, 1976 at Danville. He worked as a tool and dye operator for Stewart-Warner in Indianapolis, retiring in 1986. He was a member of Brownsburg American Legion Post No. 331 and a World War II veteran, serving as a tank commander in the U.S. Army...
Daniel B. Wawrzyniak (11/13/07)
Daniel B. Wawrzyniak, 78, Lebanon, died Sunday morning at Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana. Born in St. Joseph County, he was the son of Bert and Celia Wawrzyniak. He graduated from Central Catholic High School in South Bend and Purdue University. He served in the Army ROTC and was a pitcher for the Boilermaker baseball team. He served in the U.S. Army in Korea, and worked 42 years at United Feeds in Sheridan...
Vera May Allen (11/13/07)
Vera May Allen, 66, Greencastle, died Sunday. Born in Greencastle, she was the daughter of Edgar Eugene and Lillian Lucille (McCullough) Allen. A graduate of Greencastle High School, she was a member of Hanna Street Baptist Church and TOPS 573, Greencastle...
Ronald Erdmann Timm (11/13/07)
Ronald Erdmann Timm, 80, Reelsville, died at Sunday at his residence. Born in Algonquin, Ill., he was the son of Erdman William and Augusta (Rehberg) Timm. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Army, earning the rank of sergeant. He was employed as an appliance serviceman, working for Sears in Elgin, Ill., Butler Appliance in Kokomo and Howard Community Hospital in Kokomo. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church of Terre Haute and the American Legion Post of Greencastle...
Thelma E. Stattner (11/13/07)
Thelma E. Osborne Stattner, 83, Cloverdale, died Monday at Summerfield Health Care Center, Cloverdale. Arrangements are pending at Whitaker Funeral Home, Cloverdale.
Wilbur Edwin Siebrase (11/13/07)
Wilbur Edwin Siebrase, 83, formerly of Greencastle, died Thursday at his residence in Ft. Myers, Fla. Born at Mackey, Ind., he was the son of Jon and Anna (Halwes) Siebrase. He farmed until 1967, and worked at Farm Bureau Insurance till retirement in 1989. He was a chartered financial consultant. His memberships included Faith Methodist Church at Ft. Myers, Fla., Elks and Moose Lodges of Greencastle, Waveland Masonic Lodge 300, and he was a 32nd degree Mason...
Eleanor V. Parham (11/13/07)
Eleanor V. Parham, 85, Veedersburg, died Sunday at the Waters of Covington. Born in Attica, she was the daughter of Charles and Lillian (Miller) McDermond and stepfather Roy Little. She married James Arthur Parham on Sept. 30, 1940 in Marion, Iowa. He preceded her in death on July 3, 2006...
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