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2 Thursday, January 23, 20t4 ....... ! ................... ) ;?i!~;~;~!:ii~i!!iii/ii::;~ii: ;:% ~;~!?!: :!i?}? i! iili iii! ...... ..... Paul R. Miller Paul R. Miller, 82, of Royal Center passed away at 7:15 p.m., Sunday, January 19, 2014 at his residence. Born on November 20, 1931 in Royal Center, he was the son of the late Edward and Flossie (Ben- son) Miller. On October 19, 1958 he married Wilma Linton, she survives. He attended Royal Center High School. Paul was a member of All Saints Catholic Church and he was a former member of the Logansport Eagles and Moose. Paul was a longtime supporter of Cass County Tailwaggers and he was a very proud Cass County 4-H Great Grandfather. Survivors include his wife, Wilma Miller of Royal Center, son, Jack L. Miller (Pam) of Royal Center, daughter, Margaret Henry (Troy Willis) of Lucerne, daughter in law, Julie Miller of Monti- cello, grandchildren, Melissa Blickenstaff (Kenith), Jacqueline Sherrill (Brian), Heather Semi (Art), Mandy Fultz, Kelly Clark (Kent), Robert P. Miller and Jesse Miller (Erica). He is also survived by 14 great grandchildren. He was also preceded in death by son, Robert D. Miller, brothers, Melvin Miller, Frances Miller, Gene Miller, Louis Miller and sisters, Lilly Bair and Arvella Musselman. Services will be at 6:00 p.m., Thursday, January 23, 2014 at Harrison- Metzger-Rans Funeral Home, Royal Center Chapel with Pastor Larry Phillips officiating. Visitation will be held from 4:00 p.m. until the time of the service on Thursday. Burial will be at Kistler Cemetery at a later date due to weather con- ditions. Memorial Contributions may be made to Gentiva Hospice. Please sign the online guestbook or share a memory at www.ransfuner- ahomes.com. Richard Lee Sommers Richard Lee Sommers, 80, of Star City passed away at 4:57 a.m., Sunday, January 19, 2014 at Pulaski Memorial Hospital in Winamac. Born on August 12, 1933 in Fulton County, he was the son of the late Lee and Clara Fern (McKee) Sommers. On November 25, 1951 he married Madaline Fisher, she survives. He was a 1951 Star City High School gradu- ate and a U.S. Army Veteran serving in the Ko- rean War. -- Richard was a retired farmer and he also served as a Pulaski County Commissioner for 12 years from 1995 to 2007. He was a member of Star City United Methodist Church and he enjoyed playing Euchre, throwing horseshoes, playing golf, wintering in Florida and Texas and most of all spending time with his family. Richard was also an avid Purdue Bas- ketball fan and Chicago Cub fan. Survivors include his wife, Madaline Sommers of Star City, children, David Sommers (Dottie) of Kewanna, Daniel Sommers (Karen) of West Lafayette and Betty Anderson (Steve) of Lafayette, sisters, Carol Martin of Texas and Mary Sayers (Ed) of Kewanna, and grandchildren, Nicholas Sommers (Christi) of Kewanna, Christopher Sommers (Kendra) of Galveston, Abby Sommers of Royal Center, P.J. Brucker (Chris) of Winamac, Lynn Edgell (Todd) of Monticello, Kassie Claw- son (Jimmie) of Lafayette, Aaron Anderson of Salt Lake City, Utah and Sarah Smith (Ben) of Florida. He is also survived by 18 great grand- children. He was also preceded in death by step-father, Keith Sayers and brother- in- law, Ron Martin. Services will be at 10:30 a.m., Thursday, January 23, 2014 at Harri- son-Metzger-Rans Funeral Home, Royal Center Chapel with Pastor Ruth Waite officiating. Visitation was from 2 to 7 p.m., Wednesday, January 22, 2014 at the funeral home. Burial will be at Star City West Cemetery. Memorial Contributions may be made to Star City United Methodist , hurch and/or the American Cancer Society. Please sign the online guestbook or leave a condolence for the Som- mers Family at www.ransfuneralhomes.com. The Royal Centre "THE ROYAL CENTRE RECORD" (USPS 472320)is pubiished every Thursday at 102 S. Chicago SL PC, Box 638. Royal Cenle,, IN 46978 Periodical postage paid at Royal Center IN 46978, POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Tr e Roval Centre Record, RO. Box 638, Royal Center IN Phone (574) 649-3t65, Fax (574) 643-944'0. 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Royal Center lb; 46978 Phone {574} 643-3165 Fax {57,'i 643-9440 Chili & Hot Dog Career Services at Ivy Tech Kokomo Region. "This is a great family event for the community of Kokomo and Ivy Tech Community College. Supper We invite everyone who plays corn hole - not just Ivy Tech students The Caston Athletic Boosters and alumni - to come out for a fun day raising money to benefit the will hold an All-You-Can-Eat Student Life and Development program and help fund opportunities for Chili & Hot Dog Supper on Fri- extracurricular student development. We encourage people to meet the day, January 31st from 4:30- early-bird deadline of Feb. 7 to be sure they hav-e a spot in the touma- 7:00pro. A free will donation will ment and receive the commemorative t-shirt." " be accepted and all are invited to Michelle Simmons, vice chancellor for Student Affairs, said, "Ivy attend. Tech is committed to providing its students with educational and cul- Caston Donkey tura~ activities outside of the classroom," adding, "The money raised Basketball Game from registration fees from this event will help us fund activities such as taking groups of students to visit an art gallery, tour our nation's cap- an. 24, 2014 - 7:30 - Caston HS ital, see a live theatre performance, or attend a regional student leader- Gym ship conference. All of these kinds of activities enrich the lives of our Advance Tickets - $6.00 students." Tickets at the Door - $8.00 The event is sponsored by Adlers Feed Express, The Andersons, Tickets can be purchased in the Home Depot and the Ivy Tech Alumni Association. Co-sponsors in- bookstore or at any boys/girls BB elude Hawg Heaven, Beck's Hybrids, Quality Plumbing and Heating, game on Jan. 17 or 18! Thermodyn, Cintas, Mulligan's Sports Pub, Parrett's Meat Processing Narcotics Anonymous and Regions Insurance Group Inc. For more information or to register, Meeting in RC go to ivytech.edu/kokomo, or call Shannon Niedzwicki, 765-459-0561, Beginning Thursday, Nov. 7th ext. 222, or email sniedzwicki@ivytech.edu. the Royal Center UMC will host a This Week At Pioneer Narcotics Anonymous meeting January 23 Varsity Girls Basketball @ Peru 6!00 every other Thursday evening. 7th Boys Basketball vs. Carroll @ PHS 6:00 The meeting will begin at 6:00 8th Boys Basketball @ Carroll 6:00 pm at the Administrative offices January 24 Elementary Student Council Hat Day of the Royal Center UMC located Varsity B&G Basketball @ W. Central 6:00 at 100 Kramer Street, Royal Cen- January 25 Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Carroll @ PHS 6:00 ter, IN. 46978. (previously the SAT Test Royal Center medical building) January 27 Student Council Academic Point Sheets Available Anyone needing help over corn- 5th & 6th Honor Roll Swim ing their addictions are welcome January 28 Varsity Girls Basketball @ Winamac 6:00 to attend this meeting facilitated 7th Boys Basketball @ North Judson 6:00 by Deb Moss. For more informa- 8th Boys Basketball vs. N. Judson @ PHS 6:00 tion contact Jenny at 574-643- January 30 Jr. High Girls Basketball vs. Caston @ PHS 6:00 9300. January 31 Boys Varsity Basketball @ Caston6:00 Ivy Tech Cornhole Tournament Cornhole - the Midwestern pas- time that has become a national phenomenon - is not a sport many people associate with winter. But it's time to brush up on your toss because Ivy Tech Community College Kokomo is hosting its 3rd annual Winter Comhole Classic. The tournament will be staged at the Kokomo Event & Confer- ence Center, Saturday, Feb. 22. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. and com- petition begins at 10 a.m. Partici- pants may register online and by mail in advance or at the door the day of the event. Registration is limited to the first 64 teams. Online and mail registration is available at $30 per two-person team until Feb. 20; after that date, teams may register at the door only at $40 per team. Teams that register by Feb. 7 will receive the early-bird bonus of Cornhole Classic t-shirts for team members. The tournament's first place prize is $500; second place, $200; and third place, $100. Online registra- tion and complete details are available at ivytech.edu/kokomo. "We are very excited about plans for this year's event, build- ing on how the tournament has grown in its first two years," said Shannon Niedzwicki, director of :!i; u]: : :] : ii ",i i i i]iio, ji[i~:i]! b iii]:i ii :i iiii~i ~ i ~*i ,, -s 4th Honor Roll Swim By: C arlson Here is a good supper item and it only takes one pan which means less clean-up time. I got this recipe from the "Holiday Cookbook" that was put out by the Pharos-Tribune. Savory Sausage Sldllet 1 pound smoked sausage cut into diagonal slices 4-5 potatoes, shoed 1 medium onion, sheed 8 cups cabbage, sliced thin cup water 2 T. butter 2 tsp. salt tsp. pepper cup Parmesan cheese Place potatoes in large skillet. Layer onions on top. Add cabbage as next layer. Boil water, add butter, salt and pepper. When butter has melted, pour OVer cab- bage. Place sausage on top. Sprinkle on cheese. Cover tightly and cook 25 min- utes. Stir and sprinkle with more cheese if desired. corn 574-722-2455 Realtors: Steve Schwering Rachel (Scott) Henry Susie Oliver Friday, January 24th - Breakfast for Lunch - French Toast Sticks w/Syrup, Sausage Patty, Potato Wedges, Pineapple, Yogurt, Milk/OJ Monday, January 27th - Breaded Chicken Patty on Bun, French Fries, Coleslaw, Peaches, Milk/OJ Tuesday, January 28th - Chicken and Noodles, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Roll/Butter, Fresh Fruit, Milk/OJ Wednesday, January 29th - Ham and Cheese on Bun, Goldfish Crack- ers, Red and Green Peppers w/Dip, Mandarin Oranges, Milk/OJ Thursday, January 30th - Soft Taco w/Salsa and Sour Cream, Refried Beans, Lettuce and Tomatoes, Corn Chips, Peaches, Milk/OJ Friday, January 31st - Toasted Cheese Sandwich, Baked Beans, Broc- coli Raiin Salad, Mixed Fruit, Milk/OJ Sponsored by Dye Lumber 211 S. Market St. Royal Center - 643-2295