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Delphi Carroll County Comet Newspaper Archives May 30 1990, Page 5

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Delphi Carroll County Comet (Newspaper) - May 30, 1990, Delphi, Indiana W Superior court Jeffery it. Smith judge Wabash Valley. Defendant was Given a Iso Day suspended sentence and placed on supervised probation one year. He is to serve 90 Days on in House detention and probationary driving privileges granted 90 Days. Count la operating while intoxicated causing serious bodily injury was dismissed. Ronald o. Laxson Delphi was assessed Only $113 court costs for Check deception. He was Given a on year suspended sentence and is to make restitution of checks written to the clerk within nine months. Gary l. Marshall Monticello assessed Only $153 court costs for count i a own with prior conviction. Defendant was Given a three year suspended sentence except for one year and Given credit for 12 Days spent in confinement. He is to serve on supervised probation two years and is to pay probation users fee of $25 to clerk. Driving privileges to be suspended two years. Counts i own ii Dws and la own habitual were dismissed. Marie a. Lawrence Monticello assessed $300 Fine and $153 costs for own. Fine was suspended and probationary Drivers License granted 80 Days. Defendant was Given a 180 Day suspended sentence and placed on unsupervised probation one year. Defendant is to attend and Complete women a group classes at Wabash Valley within 120 Days. She is to serve two Days in Carroll county jail As one term of probation. Sandra l. Wilson Delphi judgment for own was entered for. Defendant. Anthony w. Weaver assessed Only $113 costs for count i driving Carroll comity Comet wednesday May a of a from Page 4a while habitual traffic offender class d felony and count if leaving scene of personal injury Accident a class b Misdemeanour. He was Given a three year sentence with six months to be suspended and to serve on supervised probation six months. Defendant is to pay $25 probation users fee plus $5 monthly fee to the clerk. He was Given a six month suspended sentence for count la my placed on unsupervised probation one year. The sentence is to run concurrent with count i. Shane Edward Toole assessed $79 Fine and $113 costs for illegal consumption of alcohol. The Fine was suspended for adolescent alcohol classes and was Given a 60 Day suspended sentence. He is to serve on unsupervised probation one year and to serve one weekend in Carroll county jail As one term of probation. Crystal l. Henson assessed $10 Fine and $113 costs for driving while never receiving a License. Hildebrandt electric plumbing amp heating was awarded the judgment in default in the amount of $65.20 plus $30 costs from Dave Rush. Lafayette accounts service inc. Is Phillip d. And Kar amp to Miller judgment in default was awarded to plaintiff for $2121.50 and costs. Csc credit service inc. Is Patricia k. And Clifton Robinette judgment Given to plaintiff for $216.50 and costs. Woman a clinic is Teresa Turner plaintiff to recover $1177.47 plus costs. Duncan meter employees . Is Vernon l. Sutton plaintiff to recover in default the sum of $2274.82 plus costs. Obituaries Mil a a. Ray Myers _ retired Camden businessman a. Ray Myers 83, of Camden died at 7 40 . May 30, 1990, in St. Elizabeth healthcare Center Delphi. Arrangements arc pending at Cree funeral Home Camden. Bettyjo Harris us a produce inspector Bettyjo Harris 56, of it. I Frankfort died at 3 46 . May 28, 1990, in methodist Hospital Indianapolis. Bom Jan. 23, 1934, in Clinton county she was the daughter of Ralph r. And Catherine Helen Whiteman Unger. Her marriage was on july i 1957, to James w. Harris and he died Jan. 1,1987. Mrs. Harris was employed by the . Department of agriculture As a produce inspector. She was a 1951 graduate of Forest High school and was a member of Faith Church of Christ in Burlington. Surviving Are her Mother Catherine Quot Kate Quot Lytle of mid do Fork two daughters Cathy Mccandless of Crete 111., and Debra Jessup of it. I Frankfort one son Steve r. Harris of it. I Frankfort two Sisters Barbara Roberts of Kokomo and Sharon Hawes of Michigantown one brother Ronald m. Unger of it. I Frankfort and eight grandchildren. A brother preceded her in death. Graveside services were held tuesday afternoon at Middle Fork cemetery with Steve Cole officiating. Neptune funeral Home Burlington was in charge. By piece on j a a store clerk by piece orc 80, of Delphi died at to to . May 27, 1990, at her residence. Bom March 21, 1910, in Delphi she was the daughter of George m. And Nettie Bougher Allen. She was a lifetime resident of the Delphi Community. Her marriage was april 9, 1938, in Delphi to Lee orc who survives. A 1928 graduate of Delphi High school she was a clerk at Goffs variety store in Delphi for a number of years and then at Payne a variety store in Delphi before retiring. Also surviving Are one son William h. Quot Bill Quot Orr of Delphi and one grandson. She was preceded in death by two Sisters and four Brothers. Services were today at Horn funeral Home with pastor David Futrell officiating. Burial was in roof cemetery Delphi. Memorial contributions May be made to the society for prevention of blindness. Sheriffs dept May 21,12 10 . A Janetta k. Pitcher 24, by. 2, Brookston pulled into a parking apace on Dave s Iga parking lot. Sherri Hinton 36, it. 3, Delphi pulled along beside the Driver Side and parked and when Fischer opened her car door it struck the Hinton Auto causing Between 200 and $1001 damage to the 1982 Auto. Fisher s 1988 Auto had less than $200 damage. Deputy Tony Burns investigated. May 16, 2 37 . Richard Harrison it. 1, Flora reported that his 1954 Grain truck had been stolen from his residence. It was later recovered by Kokomo police. The vehicle was valued at $800. Deputy Jeffrey Hodson investigated. May 17, 12 30 . A Michael Dwyer it. 2, Camden reported that someone had Cut the Battery terminal on his 1986 vehicle. Deputy Hodson investigated. May 17, 8 07 . A Ron Swayze it. 2, Camden reported a hand held two Way radio was stolen from ins farm tractor on or 550n, West of or 75w. Value was listed at $800. Deputy Tony Burns was investigating officer. May 18, 8 . A David Justice it. 2, Delphi reported a dog had killed his chickens. No value listed. Deputy Jeffrey Hodson investigated. May 19, 4 40 . A Billy e. Freeman Burlington was arrested at Sharon egg House by Deputy John Chapman on a warrant issued out of Miami county. Reserve Deputy Scott Pearson assisted. May 19, 5 10 . A Denis r. Jones Flora was arrested at the county jail by Deputy Chapman on a Bench warrant issued by Carroll Superior court. Assisted by Reserve Deputy Scott Pearson. May 19, 10 25 . A Clayton Wal Lei a a a a i a i it a s a a a i in a Mew is last of 11 Cui 1x7 broke into his warehouse and took roofing materials. No value listed. Investigated by Deputy Tobe Leazenby and Reserve Deputy Scott Pearson. May 20,10 03 . A Claude Martin Monticello reported that a stereo had been stolen out of a boat which he had docked near Ponce s place on Lake fro Mon in Wain illw4 investigated by Deputy John Chapman. May 23, 4 10 . A Livia m. Trent 16, it. 2, Brookston was westbound on or 450n, East of or 1300w, and was reportedly driving left of Center on a curve turning South As Michael w. Harris 23, of Midway Park n.c., was entering the curve. The Drivers Law each other and both proceeded into the southbound Lane to avoid a collision. Trent struck the Harris pick up. Trent sustained minor bleeding on his head. The 1981 Trent Auto and the 1986 Harris pickup registered to i tech roofing of Central in., inc., Lafayette were each damaged $1001-82500. Deputy Jeffrey d. Hodson investigated and Deputy Jerry Crip assisted. May 24, 4 20 . Ricky r. Rascoe 24, Lafayette was travelling northbound on . 421, near or soon and reportedly attempted to get Back onto the Highway after the truck left the Roadway on the right Side. Rascoe Over corrected and crossed the Highway and then went off the Roadway on the left Side. He reportedly locked up his brakes while the truck was on the Road. The vehicle overturned and landed upright end the Load of trash plaster and boards were lost while the truck was in the air. Rascoe drove away from the scene and was found in pin Crest addition in a cottage. He complained of head pain and was arrested for leaving the scene of in Accident. John Berkshire witnessed the Accident from his residence. Deputy Jeffrey d. Hodson investigated and sheriff Lee w. Hoard assisted. May 26, 8 15 . A Keith r. Jones 17, Burrows was reportedly turning onto or 275w from or 1000n, and stated he failed to see Jimmie l. Timmons 43, i. 6, Logansport because of the Bridge Wall. Jones struck the Timmons vehicle add the 1983 a fuck up twee damaged 84001-83500, and. Bom the 1972 Jones Auto sustained $200-$1000. Deputy John m. Chapman investigated. May 27,10 17 . A Jarl Ann Clark 28, Flora was turning right at the four Way Stop at the intersection of state Road 75 and state Road 218 in Camden and Marilyn j. Flora 33, it. 2. Camden was stopped across the intersection. Flora reportedly stated she was in a hurry and did not give Clark enough Tim to drive through the intersection and struck the left front of the vehicle. The 1978 Flora Auto was not damaged and the 1977 Clark Auto was damaged $1001 $2500. Camden marshal Charles w. Randlejr. Investigated. May 28, i . A the sheriffs department and Burlington fire department investigated a car pedestrian Accident on or 600s, East of state Road 29. The investigation is not Complete. Details elsewhere in Comet John g. Coopman retired Auto Mechanic John g. Coopman 90, of West Lafayette died at 12 35 . May 29, 1990, in St. Elizabeth Hospital medical Center Lafayette. He had been a patient since april 28 when he was injured in a traffic Accident in Lafayette. Nov. .22, 1899, in White county he a had lived in the Brookston arca most of his life. He moved to West Lafayette last August. Coopman was an Auto Mechanic at Wright garage in Brookston for 42 years and served on the Brookston town Board from 1960-1979. His marriage was in 1921 in Monticello to Jeanne Wright and she survives. Delphi police dept. May 22, 2 25 . Roger l. Wilson 53, Delphi was southbound on s. Washington Street and Roger a. Fickle 43, Rossville reportedly pulled from the curb into the Side of the Wilson vehicle. Wilson and fickle each allegedly reported they did not see the other vehicle until the Impact. The 1980 Wilson pick up a uni Nayci 2gc-$ i Usu Usu Lim 1981 fickle Auto sustained under $200 damage. Police chief Rolland r. Roe investigated. May 27,10 05 . A Delphi City officer David Yeager arrested Anthony d. Burrells 23, of Delphi for driving while suspended. May 27, 12 52 . A patrolman Dale Seward arrested Patrick p. Do but i a a no in i i. A a Vav i i Dipill i conduct and criminal trespass. He is being held in Carroll county jail on a $300 Bond. May 27, 12 43 . A crag l. Lowery 19, it. I Cutler was stopped for a routine traffic Stop and arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. He was held in Carroll county jail on a $200 Bond. May 28, 1 30 . A Thomas m. Mckinley 26, Flora was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated failure to signal when required no seat Belt when required violation of child restraint and inadequate brakes. He was lodged in Carroll county jail on a $5,000 Bond. Indiana state police May 28, 4 41 . A Elizabeth a. A Bond 41, of Indianapolis was eastbound on or 1225n, and reportedly failed to yield the right of Way to Floyd m. Wheeler 46, of bismark Iii. Wheeler was northbound on . 421. Janet e. Wheeler 44, a passenger in the Wheeler vehicle sustained bruises and abrasions on her legs end was treated at White county memorial Hospital. Bond was arrested for failure to yield. The 1988 Bond Auto was damaged $3000, and the 1987 Wheeler Auto sustained $2500 damage. Trooper Kathy Franko investigated. May 28 state police officers assisted with the car pedestrian a edit on or Soos East of state Road also surviving arc one son two Brothers including Bill Coopman of Delphi one sister six grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Services will be held at la . Friday at Harl scr funeral Home Brookston. Burial will be in the roof cemetery Brookston. Friends May Call at the funeral Home from 5 to 8 . Thursday. Mildred Snider Deer Creek Ell club member Mildred Snider 90, of it. 2, Galveston died at 1 05 . May 28, 1990, at her residence. Bom aug. 25, 1899, in Carroll county she was the daughter of Emerson and Cora Goldsmith Wagoner. Her marriage was on nov. 29, 1923, to Raleigh Snider who survives. Mrs. Snider was a member of Center United methodist Church the churches women a society and Deer Creek he club. She was a former member of the Cass county he chorus. Surviving with the husband arc two daughters Imogene Schwanky of Monticello and Donna Lou Smith of Logansport two Sisters Lola Estrich of North Manchester and Anna Cilc sink of Middletown Ohio four grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Ihrck Brothers and one sister preceded her in death. Services will be at la . Thursday at Center United methodist Church with the Rev. Tim Powers officiating. Burial will be in Center . Cemetery in Young America. Friends May Call at Murray funeral Home Galveston from 4 to 8 . Today and one hour prior to services at the Church. Floyd f. Myers Purdue employee Floyd f. Myers 69, died at 11 55 . May 26, 1990, in Milner Community healthcare Center Rossville. He had Bein in ill health three and a half years. Bom july 20, 1920, ii Clinton county West of Rossville he was the son of Oathur f. And Lucy n. Ruvis Myers. He lived in Clinton county most of his life. He retired in 1982 from the physical Plant at Purdue University in West Lafayette after working there for 20 years. He also was a self employed Carpenter for Many years in the Rossville arca. He attended Middle Fork old German Baptist Church. Surviving arc three Sisters Edna Lewis of Silver Lake Mary Alice cad of Goshen and Dorothy bar Rick of Purmont and a brother Walter Myers of Mulberry. He was preceded in death by one brother. Services were today in Rossville with burial in the Middle Fork old German Baptist cemetery. Win it Edith m. Plumb former Grill Cook Edith m. Plumb 81, died at 3 55 . May 23, 1990, in Comfort nursing and retirement Home Lafayette where she had been a patient one month. Bom ocl 13, 1908, in pc Lehi she was educated at Delphi High school. Her marriage was in lv34 in Lafayette to George l. Plumb who died in 1967. She was a Grill Cook at Loeb a Tea room for a number of years. She was a member of Congress Street United methodist Church Lafayette Circle club of the Church and senior citizens club. Surviving Are a son Gerald d. Plumb of West Lafayte a sister Ida fac Vanderw Cilin of Lafayette three grandchildren and five great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by four Brothers and one sister. Services were saturday in Lafayette with burial in masonic f1 or Nolfi a Vilchi Ruth e. Stonebraker retired from Hampton Soj Ridard Ruth e. Stonebraker 71, Logansport died at 12 31 . May 25, 1990, in memorial Hospital Logan sort she was bom in Carroll county feb. 17, 1919, a daughter of Alexander and Allie cements Hylton. She was married to Elmer Leazenby who preceded in death. On March i 1969, she was married in Flora to Carl c. Stonebraker who survives. She was a member of Deer Creek presbyterian Church. She retired in 1978 from Hamilton Standard where she worked for to years. Surviving Are one Stepson Jeff Champaign Iii. Two Sisters Gertrude Bowman it 3, Delphi and Mildred Hylton Logansport two Brothers Floyd Hylton and William Hylton sr., both of Logansport three St grandchildren and one St great granddaughter. Services were monday in Logansport with burial in Young America cemetery. Grace l. Bousum former Burlington resident services for Grace l. Bousum 96, Sycamore Village health care Center were held tuesday in Neptune funeral Home. She died at 2 25 . May 26, 1990, in her Home. Bom in Clinton county March 4, 1894, she was a daughter of Milton r. And Maggie Connaway Taylor. On May 4,1918, she married Frank Quot Dick Quot Bousum who died Jan. 8, 1971. Mrs. Bousum was a member of Oakland Chris an Church and had been a resident of Burlington for More than 65 years. Surviving Are three sons Richard Bousum of Haines City fla., and Robert Bousum and Joe Bousum both of Burlington two daughters Sharon Shanks of Russiaville and Yvonne Sallee of Frankfort 14 grandchildren 21 great grandchildren and four great great grandchildren. Three Brothers and four Sisters preceded in death. Harley Milton office cd. Burial was in Burlington cemetery. Amelia c. Burnett Camden Many a sister Amelia Quot Minnie Quot Chapman Burnett 73, of Lafayette died May 23, 1990, in St. Elizabeth Hospital medical Center. She had been ill two years. Bom june i. 1915, in Logansport she moved to Lafayette from Royal Center in 1941. Her marriage was feb. 3, 1941, in Logansport to John Burnett who survives. She was a member of Slann a Catholic Church Lafayette. Also surviving Are three Brothers including Eugene Chapman of Camden a sister and 16 nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by two Brothers and three Sisters. Services and burial were Friday in Lafayette. Bertha l. Britton Christian Church member Bertha l. Britton 99, died at 10 25 . May 17, 1990, in St Elizabeth healthcare Center where she had resided for the last three years. Bom dec. 27, 1900, in Jonesboro she was the daughter of d. J. And Minnie Weaver Norris. She lived most of her adult life in Carroll county. Her marriage was on feb. 19, 1920, in Medaryville to Charles h. Britton who died in 1978. She was a member of the Delphi Christian Church. Surviving Are five daughters Opal Bloor Trafalgar Vera Gerber Payson Ariz. June Coghill Glendale Ariz. Lois Horn it. 2, Monticello and Mable Maxine Mills West Lafayette one sister Mildred Browning Logansport 12 grandchildren 23 great grandchildren and one great granddaughter. She was preceded in death by one son three Brothers four Sisters one grandson and one great granddaughter. Services were May. 21 at Horn funeral Home with pastor David Futrill officiating. Burial was in roof memorial gardens Pittsburg. Dorothy Lucile Harwood Monticello resident Dorothy Lucile Quot Betty Quot Harwood 75, Monticello died at 2 42 . May 26, 1990, in White county memorial Hospital. She was bom oct. 9, 1914, in Monticello to William and Cima Roth. On april 17, 1939, she was married in Monticello to Homo a. Harwood who survives. She was a member of Monticello Christian Church Delta Tau sorority and was a former member of business and professional women of Monticello. She was also a former member of White county Saddle club. Her parents developed Roth county. Owned and Park in Carroll surviving with the husband arc two daughters Jan Lambert Monticello and Sandy Bowyer Logansport and two grandchildren. One brother preceded her in death. Services were Monticello with View cemetery. This morning burial in i i Hospital notes this newspaper welcomes letters on timely pertinent Public matters. The Comet will edit letters for length and ramp a it Sci by ii ail Yetf ers must include the name address and daytime phone number of the writer. Names of writers will not be withheld. Letters Are also subject to rejection hog jog Homecoming this years hog jog is even More special to us than usual. That a because it was ten years ago at the hog jog on june 14, 1980 that we net each other. Less than two years later we were married. Only in 1986 a schedule conflict with grandmas Marathon in Duluth Minn and 1987 while living temporarily in Germany have we failed to participate in the hog jog. Four years ago our son Douglas was bom. Most of his stuffed animal friends Are pigs of course. Just As fittingly he loves to run. He is entered in the 1.9-mile run but we arc not sure he has the endurance yet to run walk that distance or the willingness to stay on the course. In any Case the three of us will be there on june 16 to enjoy Flora Carroll county and the hog jog. V after All the hog jog made our family possible Jon Flicker and Karen Springer West Lafayette Janie and Perry Brewington of Bringhurst Are recuperating at Home from injuries they received saturday in a motorcycle Accident in Carrollton by. She was admitted to a Hospital and treated for a hairline fracture of her Skull and dismissed Munday. He was treated for a broken Collar Bone. Charles Maliar of Burrows was released from memorial Hospital Logansport. Floyd Rhine of Rural Kokomo underwent Complete hip replacement at Kendrick clinic Mooresville monday. He was dismissed Friday. Steve and Onalee Madron Ding in Peel of Lafayette Are parents of a 2-Pound, 5-ounce daughter Alison Renae born May 23 at Home Hospital. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. Bruce Madren of Gainesville fla., and Don and sue Clingenpeel of Lafayette. Great grandparents Are or. And mrs. Harold Allen of Cutter. Dave and Ramona Seese Thornburg of Indianapolis Are parents of an 8-Pound, 14-ounce daughter Gloria Rose bom May 26 at so Francis Hospital Beech Vij luvs. Maili no Gicu Iupe us ii St or. Robert and Ruth Seese of Delphi. Paternal grandparents Are James and Mary Thornburg of Winchester. Ken and Stacey Girt of Mercerville n.j., arc parents of a 5-Pound, 3-ounce daughter Ashley de Umar bom i 26. Maternal grandparents Are Bill and Ruth de Umar of Trenton no. Paternal grandparents arc Bill and to Lantz of Delphi and Ken Girt sr., of Morgantown w. A. Paternal great grandpa Reiris Are Mary a. Jackson of Barden and Clarence Girt of Memphis. The denture place inc. Gordon d. Wagoner do Jerry w. Eckart . We can provide a denture to suit your budget and needs. Every Effort will be made to please whether you Are beings fitted for our Las expensive denture for the Cost conscious person or our most expensive denture for the very discriminating individual. 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