Archive - Sep 20, 2011
BRADFORD â€“ Any time a cross country team runs a race, it is unlikely that almost all runners will have their best race on the same day, however, this is just what the Wolves cross country teams did on Saturday at the Bradford Invitational.
The Kane girls golf team fell to 5-3 on the season as they were defeated by Bradford. Consistent rounds in the mid 50s weren't enough to beat the visiting Lady Owls. Bradford's Ashley Mackey too medalist honors with a round of 44. Kane was led by Kyla Hoag with a 53, followed closely by Ellie Tunall and Sarah Szymanski 54, Kelsey Carlson 55 and rounding out the final scoring spot was Megan Durante who shot a 56.
After a slow first half, the Kane Lady Wolves used a strong second half to defeat the St. Marys Lady Dutch 3-0 in a match played at St. Marys Area's soccer field.
Following the game, Kane coach Allie Saquin remarked that she was pleased with her team's second-half effort.
Margaret D. Anderson, 89, a resident of the Lutheran Home at Kane, died Sunday, Sept. 18, 2011, at Kane Community Hospital.
Born April 2, 1922, in Johnsonburg, she was a daughter of Thomas M. and Pearl Johnston Dougherty.Â On Aug. 18, 1956, in Kane, she married Richard â€śDickâ€ť Anderson who preceded her in death.
Mrs. Anderson served as a nurseâ€™s aide with the Waves in the U.S. Navy during World War II.
Betty Marie O'Donnell Nortum, 91, died Monday morning, Sept. 19, 2011 at The Lutheran Home at Kane.
Born Nov. 15, 1919 in Erie, she was the daughter of Dr. John J. and Marie White O'Donnell.Â She was married to Robert Nortum, who preceded her in death.
Martha Jane Sarvey, 91, formerly of Mt. Jewett, passed away Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011 at the Summerville (S.C.) Medical Center.
She was born in Brookville on Oct. 23, 1919 to the late Walter Nolph and Myrtle Schreckengost Nolph. She married to George A. Sarvey Sr.
She is suvived by her two children, Suzanna (Rodney) Gordon of North Charleston, S.C. and George (Linda) Sarvey of Lake Forest, Calif; and one sister, Doris (Arnold) Johns of Brookville. Also surviving are six grandchildren including Chris Sarvey of Kane and numerous great-grandchildren.