February 7th, 2011
The Bradford Owls handed the St. Marys Area Flying Dutch basketball team a 51-47 District 9 League setback last night at Bradford Area High School.
The game was tied at 37 after three quarters of play. In the final eight minutes, the Owls outscored the Dutchmen 14-10 to win the game.
â€śIt was a bad night all the way around,â€ť said Dutch coach Mark Guido.
â€śWe didnâ€™t convert our free throws,â€ť he said, noting that his team was five of 15 from the charity stripe.
â€śThey (Bradford) did a nice job of shutting down our scorers,â€ť added Guido.
Members of city council unanimously approved the passage of Resolution 11-2 during their Monday evening meeting. The resolution expresses the city's opposition to a newly enacted, state-approved PennDOT policy that places the burden associated with the coordination and application for Highway Occupancy Permits relating to stormwater modifications, construction and liabilities in Commonwealth right-of-ways on the municipality instead of on PennDOT.
Under unfinished business for the Fox Township Supervisors at their recent meeting, a motion was approved to accept a draft for the advertisement of formally establishing the Toby Water Board. The board is seeking new members to serve on it. Interested volunteers should contact the township office to submit their names. Current Toby Water board members will continue to serve on the board.
Edward C. Schaut, 78, of Macedonia, Ohio, and formerly of St. Marys, died Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011 in Cleveland, Ohio following a short illness.
He was the son of the late Romayne and Mildred Schaut of St. Marys.
He married the former Barbara Metrovich of Daguscahonda, who survives.
Also surviving are three daughters, Valarie (Mats) Erikson, Dr. Vivian (John) Peterson, and Jeanne Ralston; five grandchildren, Tara, Mira and Uma Erikson, Chelsea and Marcus Ralston; three sisters, Tessie Schlimm of St. Marys, Sister Romayne Schaut OSB of Bristow, Va; and Gertie (Jim) Caruso of St. Marys.
The St. Marys Area Lady Dutch basketball squad rolled to its 16th victory on Saturday night as they defeated the visiting Clearfield Area High Lady Bisons by a 75-34 score in a non-league game played at SMAHS's Dutch Oven.
St. Marys took control of the ball game right away, jumping out to a 20-0 lead and basically putting the game away at that point. From then on, Coach Bob Swanson of the Lady Dutch was able to give his bench people plenty of playing time in the rest of the game.
BROOKVILLE - The St. Marys Area Lady Dutch swim and dive team improved their record to 3-3, while the Dutchmen are now 5-1 with their sweep of the Brookville Raiders Thursday evening in Brookville. Both of the squads had to overcome injury to come away with their victories. The Lady Dutch won their portion 108-70, while the boys came up with a 107-68 win.
The ice skating pond at Kaulmont Park opened for the season just prior to the Christmas holiday break in December 2010 and has been a popular spot for area residents since that time. Kurt Nesbitt, recreation board member, explained that he likes to have the pond open for the season by that time so that people from throughout the area can enjoy themselves at the facility over the holidays.
A large crowd was in attendance throughout Saturday at The Polar Sweet Express event held at the Franklin Center in St. Marys. The vendors present donated proceeds of the event to CAPSEA, as well as providing gift baskets for a silent auction. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., patrons perused and purchased an array of product offerings ranging food items like wine and beer, chocolate candies, kettle corn and cheese and pepperoni to home decorations, kitchen wares, spa and wellness items, jewelry, purses, clothing accessories, cosmetics, gym memberships and more.
Theodore J. "Ted" Krellner, 66, of 797 Old West Creek Road, Emporium, died Saturday, Feb. 5, 2011.Â
He was born July 27, 1944 in St. Marys, son of Margaret Cooney Krellner of St. Marys and the late Joseph Krellner.
On January 25, 1974 in St. Mark Church, Emporium he married Annice Gorman Krellner, who survives.
Leo David Finfinger, 74, of Dover, Del., died Saturday, Feb. 5, 2011 in his home, surrounded by his family.
Mr. Finfinger was born Jan. 9, 1937 in St. Marys, son of the late George and Margaret Sayers Finfinger. He served almost 34 years in the U.S. Air Force, both on active duty and as a reservist. Following his retirement, he worked in Civil Service at DAFB for 5 years. He was an avid fan of Caesar Rodney High School sports, as well as the Baltimore Colts.