Elmer Ernest Vonderheide, of Brookville, was born on October 13, 1927 in St. Mary’s, the son of Walter M. and Marie (nee Wallpe) Vonderheide. Elmer was a 1945 graduate of Brookville High School. He served his country from 1945 to 1947 in the United States Navy. On October 15, 1949 at St. Michael’s Rectory, Elmer and Betty Sue Payne were united in marriage by Rev. George B. Saum. Elmer and his partner, Bud Moster, owned and operated Bud and Elmer’s Shell service station on Main Street for over 40 years. On Wednesday, March 9, 2016, at the age of 88, he passed away at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie.Those surviving who will cherish Elmer’s memory include his wife of 66 years, Betty Vonderheide; children, Elmer M. (Gayla) of Batesville, Deborah (Russell) King of Pleasant Prairie, WI, Randall (Gail) of Lafayette, David of Liberty, Kerry (Cathy) of New Castle, Irwin (Barbara), Allen (Shauna), and Mary (George) Buckler, all of Brookville; 15 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren; brother, Harold (Julie) of Brookville, and numerous nieces and nephews. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by granddaughter, Megan, daughter-in-law, Jody, and brothers, Irwin B. and Walter L. Vonderheide.Friends may visit with the family on Sunday, March 13, 2016 from 2 to 6 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. Rosary will follow at 6 p.m. A Mass of Christian burial, officiated by Rev. Sean Danda is on Monday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Michael Catholic Church. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be directed to St. Michael School. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Elmer Ernest Vonderheide.
Urma Lucille Puttmann of New Point, Indiana passed away on Thursday, December 21, 2017. The daughter of John and Lucy (nee: Miller) Bredewater was born on January 1, 1915. She was 102 years old.The 1933 New Point High School graduate, married Walter Puttmann who passed away on April 19, 1995. Urma was a member of the Smyrna Lutheran Church and of the Order of the Eastern Star Batesville Chapter #348.She is survived by her nieces, Carol Swanson and Janet Brandt; nephews, John, James and Larry Bredewater; a sister-in-law Lois Bredewater and numerous great nieces and nephews.In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Walter, niece Lynn Giesting, brothers, Harold, Arthur, Arnold Bredewater and Erval Bredewater who died as an infant.Visitation will be Friday, December 29, 2017 from 10:00AM to 12:00PM followed by 12:00PM Funeral Service all at Meyers Funeral Home in Batesville. Mark Vice officiating. Burial will follow in the Rossburg Cemetery in New Point, IN.
Information about Edelbrock products is available at the www.edelbrock.com website, on Facebook or by calling 310 781-2222. “Adding Edelbrock to our Stock Car required decal program made a lot of sense and is something Edelbrock has been in position to do for a while now,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder observed. “They are one of the blue bloods of the racing industry and we’re very proud to announce their continued support for the 2019 racing season.” Second through fifth place claim engine drivers in each Modified, Stock Car and Hobby Stock region, and in national Northern and Southern SportMod standings all receive $50 product certificates. The highest finishing claim engine drivers in point standings for each of the five Modified regions earn 2975 Victor Jr. intakes while top drivers in the two Stock Car regions receive Edelbrock 2701, 7121 or 2176 intakes. Top eligible drivers in both Hobby Stock regions and in national Northern SportMod and Southern SportMod points have a choice between 2701, 7121 or 2176 intakes. Modified and Stock Car regional rookies of the year receive $25 product certificates. Stock Cars must display Edelbrock decals on their race car to be eligible for national and regional point fund shares. Edelbrock awards will be presented during the national banquet in November or mailed beginning the following week from the IMCA home office. In addition to IMCA Sunoco Stock Car competitors, eligible IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock, Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod and Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod drivers all are in the running for awards from the Torrance, Calif., company TORRANCE, Calif. – While new to the sanctioning body’s national decal program for Stock Cars, 22-year sponsor Edelbrock has renewed an awards program for drivers in five IMCA divisions competing with claim engines.
In the second game of Saturday’s (boys/girls) double header with Union County, the Greensburg Pirates tied the Union County Patriots 2-2.Similarly to Thursday’s game, the action got started rather early with Union County scoring in the first minute and 46 seconds of the game. Also, similar to Thursday, Greensburg responded rather quickly. Less than 6 minutes later, Liam Krizman scored his first career goal off of a cross from Sage O’Mara. The Pirates and Patriots battled for the rest of the half to draw even 1-1.The second half was much of the same, with both teams getting good scoring chances, but playing even better defense. With around 8 minutes left, Union County scored to put the Patriots up 2-1. Unrelenting, Greensburg responded, and with 5 minutes left, Collin Springmeyer would score the equalizer to make sure the Pirates didn’t conceed another loss at home. It was Collin’s first goal of the season.The Pirates move to 0-1-1 on the season and will play Franklin County at home on Tuesday evening. Courtesy of Pirates Coach Cody DeVolld.Greensburg Lady Pirates Soccer had their opening home game and came out with a tie, 1-1.Greensburg found the back of the goal early when Macy Smith took a shot that was barely blocked by the Patriots keeper. Emily Rosales finished the shot off to collect the point with only nine minutes off the clock. With 13 minutes left in the half, Union County answered with a goal. Greensburg Keeper, Ella Lowe, only had to negotiate two shots on goal in the first half while the opposing keeper saw six shots by your Lady Pirates. The low amount of shots by Union County can be contributed to the ball-handling skills of Alaina Nobbe and the speed of Hilary Ernstes playing defensive back positions. The second half was a battle to the end. No points were scored but the Lady Pirates attempted 6 shots. Rosales led the team with 4 shots. Smith and Sierra Huffman had 3 shots on goal. Emily Million and Natalie Kalinowski each had one.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Ryan Morlan.
Statewide – Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags statewide to be flown at half-staff in honor of Patriot Day. Flags should be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Friday, September 11th. Governor Holcomb also asks businesses and residents across the state to lower their flags to half-staff in remembrance of the victims of the terror attacks on 9/11.
“It’s a major and I love playing the Open Championship,” said Westwood, who recently enlisted the help of Woods’ coach Sean Foley on his long game and 1991 Open champion Ian Baker-Finch – a neighbour since his winter move to Florida – on his putting as he seeks a first major title. “It’s the biggest event of the year for me. Why not enjoy it out there? It’s tough for everybody so smile your way through it. “I thought one over would be right in contention so to be two under is a real bonus. The greens were a little softer this morning. I repaired a pitch mark on the second and third but that was about it as far as that was concerned. “I was pleased to be six under through 12. I was playing some great stuff and it was just getting harder as the holes progressed.” Woods, whose last major title came in the 2008 US Open, carded two birdies in his first five holes but then had to wait until the 18th for another after dropping shots at the eighth and 11th. “I’m in a good spot,” the 37-year-old said. “I’ve just got to continue plodding along, continue just being patient, putting the ball in the right spots. “We’re not going to get a lot of opportunities out there but when I have I’ve been able to capitalise and hopefully I can continue doing that.” From the start of his professional career, Woods played in 46 consecutive major championships and won 14 of them. Since the last of those victories five years ago there have been 20 more. Woods has played in 16 and won none. “I’ve been right there, I give myself chances. I’ve had chances on the back nine of many of those Sundays,” he added. “Just one of those things where I haven’t gotten it done. “I’m not going to win every major I play in, but certainly I can try and put myself there. If I give myself enough opportunities, I’ll get my share, and I think I have so far in my career.” Stenson won his maiden European Tour title in 2001 but then went through the first of two career slumps, the second coming in 2011 and leaving him 230th in the world rankings at the start of last year. Now back up to 30th, the former Ryder Cup player took a two-shot lead into the final round of the Scottish Open last week only to finish third after a closing 73. “I’m up here and playing in a big tournament again,” said Stenson, who was third at both Birkdale in 2008 and St Andrews in 2010. “I think I’ve got the experience to do well in these championships. Tough conditions is something that I enjoy and suits my game, as well. “I might still look for a bit more confidence and a bit more trust in my long game. I feel like I’ve been a bit wishy-washy these two days. But at times I’ve hit some nice ones and committed to some good shots as well. “Obviously I would like to be the first Swede or Scandinavian to win a major. We’ve got some work to do before we talk about that. I’d rather talk about how that feels on Sunday, if it happens.” Already the oldest winner in European Tour history, Spain’s Miguel Angel Jimenez now has the chance to become the oldest major champion as well in the 142nd Open Championship. Press Association American Julius Boros has held that distinction since winning the US PGA Championship in 1968 aged 48, but 49-year-old Jimenez claimed the halfway lead at a parched Muirfield thanks to a second round of 71. Jimenez, who broke his leg in a skiing accident last December shortly after winning the Hong Kong Open aged 48 and 318 days, carded two birdies and two bogeys to finish three under par, one ahead of England’s Lee Westwood, world number one Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson and Sweden’s Henrik Stenson. The hard and fast conditions claimed a number of high-profile victims, with Brandt Snedeker and Phil Mickelson four-putting the 15th and 16th greens respectively, Ryder Cup star Nicolas Colsaerts taking nine on the 15th and US Open champion Justin Rose and Luke Donald missing the cut on 10 over par. World number two Rory McIlroy, who described his own play as “brain dead” after an opening 79, also made an early exit on 12 over – the cut fell at eight over – and defending champion Ernie Els felt the 14th and 15th greens were “getting out of hand.” Asked what could be done to make them better after a 74 left him six over, a visibly frustrated Els simply said: “Water.” Jimenez is more famous for his love of cigars and red wine than water and would therefore be a fitting winner of the Claret Jug on Sunday, especially 25 years after the late Seve Ballesteros’ last Open victory at Lytham. “It would be very nice,” he said. “I’ve been 25 years on the tour, 19 victories on the tour, and I would love to have a major in my career, of course. Why not this one? I would love it. It’s amazing, you know. “Of course I feel pressure, anything that is important to you makes you feel pressure, but as long as I can handle it there is no problem.” Westwood – who has had nine top-10 finishes in his last 17 majors – had reached five under when he raced to the turn in 31 and then birdied the 12th, but even dropping three shots in his last six holes could not dampen the 40-year-old’s mood after a 68.
Tara Reade, a staffer for Biden in 1993 who has claimed he sexually assaulted her, told Fox News on Friday that it was her mother who called into “Larry King Live” in the resurfaced clip and alluded to her daughter’s experience on Capitol Hill.Biden’s presidential campaign has adamantly denied Reade’s claims, but the video is likely to be cited as evidence to show that Reade made her claims known to members of her family at the time.The Intercept on Friday first reported the transcript on the Aug. 11, 1993 broadcast, where the woman — who does not mention sexual assault, or the specific details of Reade’s claim — asks a question to the panel. The clip was later found and published by Newsbusters.Joe Biden is the presumptive Democratic nominee for the 2020 Presidential election. A has video emerged from 1993 in which an accuser’s mother appears to allude to her daughter’s claim of sexual assault by then Senator Joe Biden.“The video of Tara Reade’s late mother calling into Larry King to blow the whistle about about [sic] Tara’s sexual assault is being met with relative silence from a cadre of progressives right now and I want you all to know that I see you,” former Bernie Sanders senior adviser Winnie Wong tweeted. “We all do.”The video of Tara Reade’s late mother calling into Larry King to blow the whistle about about Tara’s sexual assault is being met with relative silence from a cadre of progressives right now and I want you all to know that I see you. We all do.— Fred (@WaywardWinifred) April 24, 2020
LONDON, England (CMC) – Off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall and Shamarh Brooks have both stormed up the respective International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings, following outstanding performances in the inaugural one-off Test against Afghanistan last week.The 26-year-old Cornwall has been rewarded for his 10-wicket match-haul by jumping 63 places in the bowling rankings to 47th. He claimed 10 for 121 as West Indies crushed Afghanistan by nine wickets inside three days in Lucknow.Cornwall’s effort, in only his second Test following his debut last August in the Caribbean, saw him become the first West Indies spinner to claim a 10-wicket match-haul on the subcontinent.The 31-year-old Brooks, meanwhile, rose 68 places to 62nd in the batting rankings, following his excellent 111 in the first innings – his maiden Test hundred in his third outing.Cornwall and Brooks led several of their teammates who enjoyed upward movement in the latest rankings released Wednesday.Batsman Shamarh BrooksLeft-handed opener John Campbell moved up 24 spots to 74th following his maiden Test fifty – a fluent 75-ball 55 in the first innings – while wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich leapt nine places to 41st after scoring 42 also in the first innings.Off-spinner Roston Chase, who claimed three wickets in three overs in the Afghanistan second innings, has moved up five places to 34th.Captain Jason Holder was rewarded for his five wickets in the match, jumping one spot to a career-best third spot in the bowling rankings behind Australian seamer Pat Cummins and South African speedster Kagiso Rabada, who occupy the top spots.The 28-year-old’s movement has also seen him consolidate his top ranking in the all-rounders charts. At 35th in the batting rankings, he is the highest-ranked West Indies player with Dowrich next best.India captain Virat Kohli has returned to the summit of the batting rankings, eclipsing Australia stroke-maker Steve Smith.
According to the report, Messi is free to walk away from Barcelona on his own terms at the end of any given season.That means that while Messi has a contract with the club until 2021, he could leave Catalonia for nothing next summer, although there’s no evidence to suggest that he’ll be considering that over the course of this season.Additionally, previous reports have also claimed that Messi has clause in his contract which will be activated in 2020 which stipulates he may leave the club for nothingshould he choose to join a ‘non-elite club’ – meaning he could follow in the footsteps of former teammates Xavi and Andres Iniesta, who departed for Qatar and Japan respectively.Making his debut for Barcelona in 2004, Messi has scored 603 goals throughout his career, as well as claiming 242 assists.He hasn’t been able to add to his tally so far this season due to injury, but Messi could still be in with a chance of overtaking club legend Xavi as the player with the most number of appearances for the Blaugrana – he’s 82 behind the Spaniard.During Messi’s absence, new signing Antoine Griezmann has taken his time to make an impact with Barcelona, scoring two goals in three games as the club sits in eighth place in the league table.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Lionel Messi is allowed to choose when he leaves Barcelona thanks to a clause in his contract at the Camp Nou, meaning he could walk away before it expires in 2021.The five-time Ballon d’Or winner first joined Barcelona 19 years ago and has gone on to make 687 appearances across all competitions and is comfortably their all-time record goal scorer ahead of César Rodríguez.Messi put pen to paper on a new four-year contract in 2017 which more than doubled his release clause to €700m, but Spanish newspaper El País claims that there’s another clause which gives the Argentine complete freedom over his future.
Photo © – pixabay UEFA have opened disciplinary proceedings against Celtic, after a supporter ran onto the pitch during last night’s defeat to Paris Saint Germain.The Celtic fan aimed a kick at French star Kylian Mbappe before being hauled off and arrested.Manager Brendan Rodgers says there can be no excuse for that type of behaviour.