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ST. RITA’SA boy was born Sept. 30 toTara Hay and Kevin Crowleyof Elida.A girl was born Oct. 2 toJordyn Dunnigan and MatthewTierney of Spencerville.
LindaJ., 63, of Delphos, Mass of Christian Burial will begin at11 a.m. today at St. John theEvangelist Catholic Church,the Rev. Chris Bohnsackofficiating. Burial will beat a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials maybe made to the AmericanCancer Society or VancrestHealthcare Center. Onlinecondolences may be sharedat www.strayerfuneralhome.com.
Marcella D.“Sally,” 101, formerly of Venedocia and a residentof Roselawn Manor inSpencerville, funeral ser-vices will be at 10:30 a.m.Saturday in the Thomas E.Bayliff Funeral Home inSpencerville, with PastorJim Fletcher officiat-ing. Burial will follow inthe Spencerville Cemetery.Friends may call from 4-8p.m. today at the funeralhome. Memorial contribu-tions may be made to theFirst Baptist church or to theRoselawn Manor ActivitiesFund. Condolences may besent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Judy Kay,63, of Holgate and formerlyof Willshire, funeral serviceswill be held at 10:30 a.m.Saturday at Ketcham-RipleyFuneral Home in Rockford.Friends may call from2-8 p.m. today and from9-10:30 a.m. Saturday at thefuneral home. Memorialsmay be directed to theHamler American Legion.Condolences may be sentonline at ketchamripley.com.
One Year Ago
The Fort Jennings High School senior class will pres-ent “Comic Book Artist” Friday and Saturday in theschool auditeria. The play is directed by Rose MaryWarnecke with assistance from Joyce Brokamp andRoger Rex.
25 Years Ago – 1988
Fort Jennings Central Jaycee Women met recently in St.Joseph rectory basement with 17 members present. Planswere finalized for the fifth annual craft fair to be held atthe Fort Jennings High School auditorium. A Christmasparty for the members children is being planned for Dec.27. Chairpersons are Diana Saum and Jill Osting.Sunrise Sunset Chapter of Ohio Child ConservationLeague recently held its annual children’s party. Mothersand their children toured the animal hospital on East FifthStreet. Dr. Jones took the children on a tour of the hospitaland gave a demonstration of a routine physical for a dogor cat.Ottoville beat Ayersville 15-0 and 15-8 in girls vol-leyball. Leaders for Ottoville were Darla Taylor, twoaces, one kill and one block; Cheryl Klima, two aces, fivepoints, five spikes and one kill; Ortha Knippen, 10 points;Carmen Flores, six points and 12 sets; Kelly Kaufman, 12sets and one block; and Denise Burgei, three spikes andone kill.
50 Years Ago – 1963
The National Future Farmers of America have awardedtwo of their highest degrees to two Tri-County residents,Richard Hummel of Spencerville and Rex Bowersock of Middle Point. Hummel, vocational-agriculture instruc-tor at Spencerville High School, was honored with theHonorary American Farmer Degree. Bowersock, a 1960graduate of Jefferson High, received the American FarmerAward.Mrs. Richard John was elected matron of DelphosChapter No. 26, Order of the Eastern Star Thursday nightduring a regular meeting of the order held in the MasonicTemple. Richard John was elected to the post of wor-thy patron. Mabel Clark gave a reading to conclude themeeting. A social hour was held after the meeting withrefreshments served by Roscoe Thompson, John Heltonand Roger Steinecker.Delphos Junior Chamber of Commerce will host the fallmeeting for District III Saturday at the Knights of Columbushall on Elida Avenue. Richard Schlagbaum, past presidentof the Delphos chapter and now state vice president, will beamong the speakers at the meeting.
75 Years Ago – 1938
Ray McKowen, state deputy of the Knights of Columbus, will speak over radio station WLW, Cincinnati,on October 12, Columbus Day. A social event honoringMcKowen will be held here most likely in November.On the committee for the event are Henry Lang, HenryWegesin and Ollie Schosker.A number of members of the Delphos Kiwanis Cluband several guests were in Ottawa Monday evening inattendance at a meeting of the Ottawa Kiwanis Club.In attendance from Delphos were Joseph Jettinghoff, A.B. King, Louis Sanders, Simon Allen, George Horine,Robert Rozelle, William Helmkamp, O. G. Weger and A.J. Laudick.A regular meeting of the Ella Huber Delphian chapterwas conducted Monday evening at the home of Mrs. D.F. Imber, State Street. The lessons were read and dis-cussed by Mrs. Albert Weisgerber. Mrs. Charles Myerspresented a review of “My New World.” The next meet-ing will be held Oct. 18 at the home of Margaret Kihm,West First Street.
Today is Friday, Oct. 4, the 277thday of 2013. There are 88 days leftin the year.Today’s Highlight in History:On Oct. 4, 1957, the Space Agebegan as the Soviet Union launchedSputnik 1, the first artificial satel-lite, into orbit. James R. Hoffa waselected president of the InternationalBrotherhood of Teamsters. Thefamily comedy series “Leave It toBeaver” premiered on CBS.On this date:In 1777, Gen. George Washington’stroops launched an assault on theBritish at Germantown, Pa., result-ing in heavy American casualties.In 1822, the 19th president of theUnited States, Rutherford B. Hayes,was born in Delaware, Ohio.In 1861, during the Civil War, theUnited States Navy authorized con-struction of the first ironclad ship,the USS Monitor.In 1887, the International HeraldTribune had its beginnings as theParis Herald, a European edition of the New York Herald.In 1931, the comic strip “DickTracy,” created by Chester Gould,made its debut.In 1940, Adolf Hitler and BenitoMussolini conferred at Brenner Passin the Alps.In 1958, the first trans-Atlanticpassenger jetliner service was begunby the British Overseas AirwaysCorporation (BOAC) with flightsbetween London and New York.In 1959, the Soviet Unionlaunched Luna 3, a space probewhich transmitted images of the farside of the moon.In 1960, an Eastern Air LinesLockheed L-188A Electra crashedon takeoff from Boston’s LoganInternational Airport, killing all but10 of the 72 people on board.In 1970, rock singer Janis Joplin,27, was found dead in her Hollywoodhotel room.In 1976, agriculture secretary EarlButz resigned in the wake of a con-troversy over a joke he’d made aboutblacks.In 1980, fire broke out aboard theDutch cruise vessel Prinsendam inthe Gulf of Alaska, forcing the 520people aboard to abandon ship; nodeaths or serious injury resulted.(The ship capsized and sank a weeklater.)In 1991, 26 nations, including theUnited States, signed the MadridProtocol, which imposed a 50-yearban on oil exploration and mining inAntarctica.Ten years ago: A Palestinianwoman blew herself up inside a res-taurant in Haifa, Israel, killing 21bystanders.Five years ago: Secretary of StateCondoleezza Rice met with herIndian counterpart, External AffairsMinister Pranab Mukherjee, in NewDelhi, where they lauded but did notsign a new agreement opening upU.S. nuclear trade with India. TheU.S. military said it had killed an al-Qaida in Iraq leader (Mahir AhmadMahmud al-Zubaydi) suspected of masterminding one of the deadliestattacks in Baghdad, several otherrecent bombings and the 2006 video-taped killing of a Russian official. ANorth Korean news agency reportedon leader Kim Jong Il’s first publicappearance in nearly two months.One year ago: A day after his firstdebate with Mitt Romney, which hadbeen widely seen as a victory forRomney, President Barack Obamasuggested that his Republican rivalhadn’t been candid about his policypositions during the faceoff. TheNielsen company said an estimated67.2 million people had watched thedebate; it was the biggest TV audi-ence for a presidential debate since1992.Today’s Birthdays: Country singerLeroy Van Dyke is 84. Actress FeliciaFarr is 81. Pro and College FootballHall of Famer Sam Huff is 79. ActorEddie Applegate is 78. Author JackieCollins is 76. Author Roy Blount Jr.is 72. Author Anne Rice is 72. ActressLori Saunders (“Petticoat Junction”)is 72. Baseball manager Tony LaRussa is 69. Actor Clifton Davis is68. The former Chairman of the JointChiefs of Staff, Adm. Mike Mullen,is 67. Actress Susan Sarandon is 67.Blues musician Duke Robillard is 65.Playwright Lee Blessing is 64. ActorArmand Assante is 64. Actor AlanRosenberg is 63. Actor ChristophWaltz is 57. Actor Bill Fagerbakke is56. Music producer Russell Simmonsis 56. Actress-singer Wendy Makkenais 55. Musician Chris Lowe (ThePet Shop Boys) is 54. Country musi-cian Gregg “Hobie” Hubbard (SawyerBrown) is 53. Actor David W. Harperis 52. Singer Jon Secada is 52. TVpersonality John Melendez is 48.Actor Liev Schreiber is 46. ActorAbraham Benrubi is 44. Countrysinger-musician Heidi Newfield is43. Singer-guitarist M. Ward (She &Him) is 40. Actress Alicia Silverstoneis 37. Actor Phillip Glasser is 35.Rock singer-musician Marc Roberge(O.A.R.) is 35. Actor BrandonBarash is 34. Actress Rachael LeighCook is 34. Actor Jimmy Workmanis 33. Bassist Cubbie Fink (Fosterthe People) is 31. Rhythm-and-bluessinger Jessica Benson (3lw) is 26.Actor Michael Charles Roman is26. Figure skater Kimmie Meisneris 24. Actress Dakota Johnson is 24.Actress Leigh-Anne Pinnock (LittleMix) is 23. Actor Ryan Scott Leeis 17.
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Partly cloudy in the morning then becomingmostly sunny. Areas of fog in the morning. Highs in the lower80s. Southwest winds around 5 mph.
Mostly clear through midnight then becom-ing partly cloudy. A 20 percent chance of showers. Lows inthe mid 60s. South winds 5 to 10 mph.
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NC church mourns fiery bus crash that killed 8
MITCH WEISSAssociated Press
DANDRIDGE, Tenn. — After thefiery crash of a church bus in Tennessee,Daniel Morrison knew a phone callwould be coming.His parents were among a group of seniors from a North Carolina churchwho had eagerly awaited their big annu-al outing, a trip to a three-day festivalin Gatlinburg, Tenn., featuring gospelsingers and speakers.But on the way back Wednesday toStatesville in North Carolina, the churchbus carrying the members blew a tire,veered across a highway median andcrashed into a sport utility vehicle andtractor-trailer, police said.All told, the wreck on Interstate 40 innortheastern Tennessee killed eight peo-ple, leaving the bus on its side next tothe tractor-trailer, the wreckage extend-ing across two lanes of traffic and partlyinto the median. Fourteen others werehurt, two in critical condition.When Morrison was told about thecrash, he feared the worst.Then a pastor at the Front StreetBaptist Church called late at night andbroke the devastating news: His parents,Randy and Barbara Morrison, both 66and married for nearly 50 years, weredead.His father, who had once workedfor a trucking company and his mother,once a school teacher, were gone.“I’m still processing it,” said DanielMorrison, one of the couple’s five chil-dren, pausing to shake his head. He saidboth had looked forward to the trip,having devoted so much to their church.Morrison said his parents werealways there for him - especially afterhis wife Monica died in December of abrain aneurysm. His parents stayed longhours at his house, helping him raise his2-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter.“You expect things to happen - youdon’t expect them to happen in oneyear,” he said. “I know the Lord has areason for everything, but I don’t knowwhat it is yet.”The Tennessee Highway Patrol onThursday afternoon identified seven of the eight people killed.Six of the dead were members of the Statesville church, including RandyMorrison, who police said was drivingthe bus, and his wife, Barbara.Other victims from the church are95-year-old Cloyce Matheny, 69-year-old Brenda Smith, 62-year-old MarshaMcLelland and 73-year-old John Wright.All were from Statesville except Wright,from Mocksville, N.C.The Highway Patrol says the bus,once the tire ruptured, cross the medianinto oncoming traffic. The tractor-trailercaught fire.One person in the sport utility vehi-cle, Trent Roberts, 24, of Knoxville,was killed.The driver of the tractor-trailer alsowas killed but has not yet been identi-fied.And the partial government shut-down has affected the investigation.The National Transportation SafetyBoard isn’t sending investigators toTennessee to probe the deadly crash -even though it’s the type of accidentthe agency would typically look into.Nearly all of the board’s 400 employeeshave been furloughed because of theshutdown, including accident investiga-tors.