The Lady Comets were shutout by Litchfield 7-0 in the
opening game of the Litchfield Tournament. Deirdhre
Jett had 16 saves in goal for Greenville.
GC HOF CLASS OF 2006 ANNOUNCED
Four individuals and one team are slated for induction
into the Greenville College Athletic Hall of Fame on
April 8th. The class of 2006 inductees includes Dr.
Roy Yarbrough, meritorious achievement category; Johnny
Branch and Judith (Arnold) Fritz, athletic category;
Dr. Rick Stephens, coaching category; and the 1987 Lady
Panthers volleyball team. The program will also recognize
Beau Meredith and Julie (Kaufmann) Schultz as the recipients
of the Order of the Orange and Black. The festivities
begin at 6:30pm on Saturday the 8th in the Armington
Center. Tickets are $25 and a limited number are available
by calling 664-6622.
Meyer Zbinden age 89 of Greenville passed away at 2:35
pm Monday at Fair
Oaks Nursing Home in Greenville. Funeral Services will
be held at 11 am Thursday at the
Donnell-Wiegand Funeral Home with Ministers Charles Reed
and Darryl Bolen,
officiating. Interment will follow in Mt.Auburn Cemetery.
The family will receive friends
at the Donnell-Wiegand Funeral Home in Greenville from
4 until 8 pm Wednesday and
Thursday until service time.
Meyer, the daughter of Edwin Henry and Ella Haller Meyer
was born on Mary
7, 1916 in Isabel, South Dakota. When she was age one
the family moved to Bond
County where she was raised on the Meyer Farm. She attended
the Sinai School. She
cared for her family and the family farmed west of Greenville
along 127 moving to the
farm on the Rocky Mountain Road in the early 1940's. She
moved to Greenville in 1984.
and Lester D. Zbinden were united in marriage on Dec.
14, 1935 by Rev. R.T.
Hickerson at the First Christian Church Parsonage and
enjoyed over 47 years together.
They are the parents of two children who survive: Fred
E. (Judy) Zbinden of west of
Greenville and Sharon, Mrs. Clarence Zimmerman of west
of Greenville. Also surviving
are four grandchildren: Kent and Jill Zbinden, Steve and
Mike Zimmerman, and 7
great-grandchildren: Kayla and Krystal Hays, Wyatt Sea,
David Rachel, Grace and
is preceded in death by her parents, her husband Lester
on Feb. 9, 1983, and
one sister in infancy.
is a member of the Shawnee Sewing Club and her church,
the First Baptist
Church of Greenville
to First Baptist Church Fair Oaks or Bond County Hospice.
Jane Tevis age 88 of Greenville passed away at 11:50 am
Tuesday at Fair Oaks
Nursing Home. Funeral arrangements are pending at the
Home in Greenville.
Jane Kell, the daughter of Samuel Wilbur Kell and Blanche
Mahala Ray Kell, was
born on July 26, 1917 in Greenville. She grew up here
and in Smithboro graduating from
Greenville High School in 1935. She worked for Eakin Egg
and Poultry as
bookkeeper.She and her husband owned and operated Brieties
Cafe here in Greenville for
many years. They retired in 1969.
and Oral M. Tevis were united in marriage on August 15,
1937 in St. Charles
Missouri and enjoyed over 66 years together. They are
the parents of their daughter Lana,
Mrs. Gerald Griffin of Broadway, Virginia who survives.
Also surviving are two
grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren.
is preceded in death by her parents, her husband Oral
on April 10, 2004, their
daughter Cecelia Kay Tevis, and her brother Laurel Samuel
is a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and associated
with the First Christian
Church of Greenville.