Wednesday, July 14, 2010 TheSouthsiderVoice Page 7 a d n n G r e i g SOUTHSIDE DEATHS On My Mind VERNON C. BRIZENDINE, RUTH KUMBURIS, 88, 81, wife, Miriam Litz Brizendine; husband, Theodore Kumburis; by Georgia Hottell sons, David, Glenn and Gary daughter, Debra Barnard; two Brizendine; nine grandchildren; grandchildren. six great-grandchildren. PAULINE “POLLY” F. CODY Enjoy summer’s bounty with these JOHN HARVEY BYRD, 79, widower of Mittie Byrd; sisters, LAVINE, 90, widow of Char- lie Lavine; son, John Lavine; recipes from Georgia Rosie Byrd, Brenda Harper; five grandchildren; 15 great- The summer harvest will sauce, meld 2 cups of berries, sons, John, Robbie, Terry and grandchildren; two great-great Mike Byrd; 10 grandchildren; grandchildren. soon be upon us, which 1 cup of sugar, 3 tablespoons many great-grandchildren. means meeting the U.S. of cornstarch, 1/4 teaspoon DONNA M. LEACH, 74, Dairy Association’s recom- of salt and 1/4 cup of water. HATTIE L. CLENDENIN, husband, Archie Leach; step- mended daily consumption Cook until this thickens, add1 96, widow of Byron Clendenin; daughter, Judith Brothers; two of five total servings of fruits tablespoon of butter, let cool Remember When ... daughter, Shirley Hollis; two grandchildren. and veggies should be a piece and decant over the berries. grandchildren; two great- grandchildren; four great-great- RUBY EILEEN LEMON, of cake. Chill and serve. grandchildren; brother, Gutherie 80, widow of Don R. Lemon; I have already used the The harvest will continue Howard. children, Carolyn Greeson, Terry Clinard, Maxine Clark, overgrown zucchini to make several batches of bread (I later this month when we venture south on I-65 to pick by Maggie May CHARLES T. COFFEY, 78. Bob Lemon; five grandchildren; sauté the smaller ones). I also peaches in Starlight, Ind. one great-granddaughter; sister, purchased apricots and made Huber Orchard allows you 60 Years Ago This Week - 1950 ROY LESTER ELLIS SR., Maggie Smith. 87, widow of Ruth (White) Ellis jam for the winter holiday to pick, or they will pick Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Petrey celebrated their 25th wedding an- dinners. Apricots offer many for you. Peaches have high niversary. and Winnie (Anderson) Ellis; DAVID MCPEAK, 17. *** children, Daniel, Deena and health benefits, including vi- antioxidant levels and are Rybolt’s Tavern, 1121 E. Troy Ave., changed its name to Hagan’s Clarence “Sonny” Ellis, Patricia KENNETH EUGENE MAR- tamin C and beta carotene to known to contain an agent Barrel of Fun. Gray Vogel, Linda Davis; brother, SHALL, 77. protect your heart and eyes; that inhibits the growth of *** Clarence Ellis; six stepbrothers; just forget about the 4 cups of tumors. Even peach cobbler It was reported that Tony Laker of Vollrath’s Cafe must have made one stepsister; 16 grandchildren; ROBERT LEE ORANGE SR. 29 great-grandchildren; six great- 73, children, Keli Van Dyke, sugar in the jam! and peach ice cream count as his juke box serviceman mad ... judging by the available selec- This week I will harvest a “good thing.” tions. great grandchildren. Douglas and Robert Orange Jr.; 10 grandchildren; three great- basil and make pesto, which Here’s a delectable recipe, 50 Years Ago This Week - 1960 DONALD G. FISCHER, 77. grandchildren. calls for 1/4 cup of roasted which is guaranteed to yield Carolyn Martin and Richard Meisberger were set to wed July 23 at pine nuts, 24 basil leaves, a tantalizing treat: melt ¼ Sacred Heart Chuirch. MAYME FAE FLOYD, 85, WILLIAM E. PROFITT, 60, 4 garlic pods, 1/3 cup of cup of butter in a cake pan, *** brother, Eugene Floyd. mother, Juanita Profitt; wife, Linda Profitt; children, Lisa extra virgin olive oil and 1 sprinkle ½ cup of brown Foxworthy Ford Sales, 819 E. Washington St., became employee- teaspoon of salt. Blend until sugar on the butter and ar- owned as 11 workers purchased all the company stock. JAMES JOSEPH GALT, 72, May, Robert Bonds, Scott and *** wife, Patricia Galt; children, Josh Profitt, Laura McCloud; 11 pureed, freeze in ice-cube range 2 cups of peach slices If a doctor phoned in your prescription to Coppi Drugs, 2616 Madi- James Jr., Michael, Elizabeth, grandchildren; one great-grand- trays and transfer to freezer over the sugar. Mix ½ cup of son Ave., the pharmacy would deliver it for free. Suzanne, Denise and John; daughter; sister, Cathy Allen. bags for a quick-to-use sauce. butter, ¾ cup of sugar, 1 egg, sister, Judy; brother, Ed; 16 In the next two weeks we 1 teaspoon of vanilla and ½ 40 Years Ago This Week - 1970 grandchildren. E. LAVERNE RUSHER RANG, 88, children, Bonnie will travel north in search of cup of milk, then add 1 ¼ Pastor Dennis Choate delivered his first sermon as the new minis- blueberries. We usually drive cups of flour, 1 ¼ teaspoons ter at Madison Avenue Baptist Church, 7826 Madison Ave. LARRY E. GRIMES, 72, wife, Valentine, Gina Patty, Bryan, *** Marcia Allen Grimes; sons, Tim, Dennis, Terri, James and John to Bonnell’s in North Judson, of baking powder, ¼ tea- Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hancock’s grand reunion, held every 15 Steven and Philip Grimes; sis- Rang; 13 grandchildren; 15 but I have also picked in spoon of salt and pour over years, was attended by all 12 of their children. Franklin Park was ters, Sandy Surico, Becky Bright; great-grandchildren. Plymouth and Angola. the peaches. Bake at 350 the setting, where 34 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren four grandchildren. The best way to preserve degrees for 45 to 50 minutes, were among the 138 attendants who traveled from across the BRADFORD KYLE RICH- MARY HELEN CLARK HAG- ARDSON, 37, wife, Atsuko blueberries is to spread them allowing it to cool before in- United States to take part in the festivities. out on cookie sheets, place verting onto a plate. Voila … *** GARD, 73, husband, Darrell “Koko” Richardson; children, The Baptist Temple, 2600 block of South East Street, was adding a Haggard; children, Jennifer Anna and Bradford Richard- in the freezer for an hour and an upside-down peach cake. building to accommodate an additional 1,000 people. Strough, Wayne, Rick and Kirby son; parents, Brad and Claudia then put them in freezer bags. Summer wouldn’t be sum- Haggard; sister Janice Byers; 15 Richardson; sister, Lisa Ann Don’t wash the berries until mer without the gathering 30 Years Ago This Week - 1980 grandchildren; 11 great-grand- Richardson-Plant; grandmother, you are ready to use them. of bountiful foods. And it’s The Central Indiana Veterinary Medical Association issued a children. Mary Durham Richardson. Bonnell’s has shared the a great way to improve our warning about canine parvovirus, a new and sometimes deadly following pie recipe: blend health, too. Get out there and disease. ALBERT HOWARD HALLI- JANET M. ROGERS, 83, *** GAN JR., 58. widow of Michael J. Rogers; 2 tablespoons of light cream visit the farmers markets or Debra Kay Mason married Jeffrey Walter Hill at children, Barbara Rogers Pine, and 1 package of cream pick your way to a healthy Prentice Presbyterian Church. VIOLA E. WAER HAMEET- Sandra Middleton, Theresa cheese, pour into a baked life. *** MAN, 88, husband, Cornelius Corey, Michele Lingenfelter, pie shell and chill for two “A garden is never so Helene Murphy was first runner-up in the Marion County Senior “Neil” Hameetman; daughters, Donney and Michael Rogers Barbara Hameetman and Mela- II; sisters, Viola Carroll, Betty hours, then spread 2 cups of good as it will be next year.” Queen Contest. nie Peavey; one granddaughter. Wood; 13 grandchildren; 27 blueberries on top. For the – Thomas Cooper 20 Years Ago This Week - 1990 great-grandchildren; two great- Hafer Bros. Gardens, 2856 S. Meridian St., was selling cabbage JOYCE ANN (HAYS) great-grandchildren. for 16 cents a pound and had plenty of their homegrown hothouse HAWKINS, 72, widow of Raymond Hawkins; daughters, Sheila Ingersol, Patricia Spell- MONTY SUE ROOT, 66, husband, Gerry Root; children, Indiana Historical Society tomatoes. *** seeks nominations for An oil and filter change with lube cost $10.44 at the Wal-Mart Auto- man; four grandchildren; four Brad Root, Kelly Hobbs; four motive Express Lube Center, 7245 S. U.S. 31. great-grandchildren; best friend, grandchildren; sisters, Norma *** awards program Flo Matthews. Boling, Melanie Schalk. Kathy Black celebrated her 40th birthday. FRANCES CHLOE “NAN” MONDIS A. SANDEFUR JR. 10 Years Ago This Week - 2000 HAWKINS-HARMON, 71, widow 88, widower of Geneva Merri- Margaret J. and Charles B. “Burt” Butts celebrated 50 years of of Robert L. Harmon; daughter, man Sandefur; sons Curtis and The Indiana Historical butions to the field of history Society is seeking nomina- and/or the affairs of IHS. wedded bliss. Karel Harmon; two grandchil- Richard Sandefur; six grandchil- *** dren; one great-granddaughter; dren; many great-grandchildren tions for its annual awards • Hubert Hawkins History The top three video rentals were “American Beauty,” “Dogma” and siblings, Shirley Harris, Virginia and great-great-grandchildren. program, which recognizes Award: bestowed upon a his- “Fight Club.” Allen, Donald Hawkins. individuals whose efforts torian for service and career *** FRANCIS “FRANK” E. BETTIANN “BETTS” HECK- TONER, 90, wife, Virginia (Arm- have enriched the lives of oth- in history. Indiana’s new Safe Haven law, designed to eliminate the some- ers by conveying appreciation • Willard C. Heiss Family times-tragic results that occurred when babies were abandoned in MAN, 55, children, Jennifer, bruster) Toner; children, Mary public places, was enacted. Johnny Hall III and Barbara Hall- Briden, David Toner, Jeanne of the state’s history. History/Genealogy Award: Arthur; brothers, Rick and Carl Cano; eight grandchildren; 12 Nominations are being given to a historian for ser- Heckman; sisters, Sue Psaty, great-grandchildren; two step- accepted for the following vice in family history. Julie Fitzpatrick; ex-husband and grandchildren. awards: • Outstanding Historical Edgewood United friend, Johnny Hall Jr.; seven grandchildren. PAUL FRANCIS WILSON, • Caleb Mills Indiana Organization Award: present- Perry Township Methodist Church 48, sisters, Lisa Plank, Jeani History Teacher of the Year: ed to a historical society that RICHARD W. JOHNSON, 89. Wilson, Sheila Harrison, Becki awarded to a history teacher has offered remarkable public Historical Society 1820 E. 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