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November 30, 2013 • Vol. 134 No. 48 514 S. Kalamazoo Ave. in Marshall, MI • Phone 269-781-5444 and FAX 269-781-7766 • www.advisor-chronicle.com

In The News: New MHS Auditorium gets official title

The newly constructed auditorium at Marshall High School will be officially known as the Marshall High School Auditorium for Performing Arts following a 5-2 vote by the Marshall Public Schools Board of Education at its Nov. 25 business session. At the start of the discussion, Board President Vic Potter made a motion that the name be simply called the Marshall High School Auditorium, because the 2010 bond issue asked voters for a new auditorium, not a performing arts center, but that name was voted down by the Board by a 4-3 vote. See story on page 13

Meet MAEDA’s new event planner Ashley Szymanski Since September, Ashley Szymanski has been planning Marshall’s events including Dream Dollar, Operation CommUNITY and the Dec. 2 Marshall Christmas Parade as well as working on Marshall’s winter and spring events. Since joining MAEDA following an internship with the Battle Creek Bombers baseball organization, Szymanski said she’s been on the go. “I’ve been so busy, there's been so much going on, but it's been a good busy," she said. "I'm the type of person that has to stay busy. If not, I go nuts." See story on page 44

Rollin’ with the punches: Derby girls find emotional, physical outlet in sport After dropping out of Galesburg-Augusta High School (temporarily) because of being bullied at age 14, Skyler Slack, said she hit the streets and was doing things she wasn’t supposed to. But because of Skyler’s mom, Kerri Slack, Skyler said she found a remedy to get her back on the right track – roller derby. “My mom came up with the idea to start a roller derby league after I dropped out of school because I was being bullied,” said Skyler. “...If I didn’t have derby, I honestly wouldn’t be living. Now, it’s my life and my family. It’s a place where I can make genuine friends.” See story on page 49

Ugly Sweater Extravaganza Dec. 7 to benefit Haiti trip in June An “Ugly Sweater Extravaganza” will be held Dec. 7 at 6:30 p.m. at Marshall United Methodist Church, 721 Old 27 N. in Marshall with the proceeds from the event going to support the MUMC Haiti Mission ReConstruction Team’s trip in June. “The reality is not everyone can set down their lives here and just go to help physically on site in Haiti for nearly two weeks,” said Darryl Chalker, who is organizing the event. “So others can become part of the team by supporting the financial under-girding. This type of work, assisting an organization who is giving their all to help orphaned children to have a better life, is central to all that the church is about: sacrificing, serving and caring for others in great need.” See story on page 34

Albion College appoints Mauri Ditzler as president The Albion College Board of Trustees has announced the appointment of Mauri A. Ditzler as the college’s 16th president, who will assume his new post July 1. “Mauri Ditzler has shown himself to be a talented and skillful leader throughout a career that includes impressive achievements in teaching, research and administration,” said J. Donald Sheets, chair of Albion’s Board of Trustees. “His vision, intellect, and ability to rally campus constituencies around common goals make him an outstanding choice to lead Albion College forward.” See story on page 33

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What are you thankful for this holiday season? Editor’s Corner

Thanksgiving is normally a time when people reflect on the things that really matter in their lives. Thanksgiving traditionally marks the beginning of the holiday season. This year, what are you thankful for?

by John Hendler On Thanksgiving, besides eating until we are just about to explode, watching football and eyeing all the ads for Black Friday (or again in this year’s case, Black Thanksgiving Night) many of us took stock of our life and counted our blessings. I told my family how thankful I am that, well, they’re my family, because despite the everyday ups and downs, I don’t know where I’d be without them. So, what’s the deal with the big retail stores kicking off their big sales even earlier on Thanksgiving night this year, including that scared cow, Macy’s? I thought the stores opening at 4 a.m. was bad enough, but 6 p.m. or 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving? I know that Thanksgiving is not considered a religious holiday, but it’s one of those few days each year that are usually devoted to being with family and dear friends. And now it seems, to also be spent with fellow shoppers and grumbling employees that will look fondly back on that 3 a.m. wake up call on Black Friday. You know, the good old days, when shoppers were a more hearty lot, heading out after Thanksgiving, not during. I’d often scoffed at those people who headed out in the middle of the night to line up for hours at a store, and I enjoyed watching people on TV fall over each other in a mad rush once the doors opened. But then I got to thinking about how extra special a gift would be because someone thought that I was important enough in their life to make them stand out in the cold and battle the masses to get that item just for me. On the other hand, maybe they’d only get a gift for me if they could find it at a bargain price. I’m only worth 50 percent off? Thinking positively however, I wonder if all those recipients of gifts purchased after Thanksgiving dessert know how special they are. Aside from Thanksgiving, how many of us remember to reflect and give thanks on a daily basis? Why can’t every day be Thanksgiving? I’m talking about the giving thanks part, not the eating part or else we’d never get up off the couch, or in my case, the floor. I think giving an all-encompassing thanks once a year is not what Thanksgiving is about. Think of it as a starting point for how we should be thankful the other 364 days of the year. I hope you all had a Happy Thanksgiving and survived Black Thanksgiving Night and Black Friday. Until next week, may the good news be yours.

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Lou Chmura, Marshall

Eva Klement, Frankfurt, Germany

"I’m thankful for my family, good health and wonderful friends.”

"I’m thankful for my family and friends visiting from Germany, California and Tennessee. It’s wonderful to be together to share a good meal.”

"I’m thankful for my family, of course, as well as my American family.” (Eva was an exchange student at Marshall High School in 2002. She stayed with the Chmura family.)

Kate Heflick, Lansing

Cliff Pattinson, Marshall

Peter Hochstedler, South Bend, Ind.

"I’m thankful for good friends, good food and good beer.”

"I’m thankful to be back home after being away at college at Lake Superior State since August and being able to spend time with family and share good food.”

"I’m thankful to have had the opportunity to meet all kinds of people and especially those that give me rides when I hitchhike.”

Columns From my Marengo window - the past, the present, the future By PHYLLIS (WINEGAR) GILL Guest Writer The scenes from my kitchen window and all the windows in our house overlook woods and water. We live on the Kalamazoo River, in the Village of Marengo. Some maps don’t show us, but we are here. In the very early pioneer days, Marengo was busy little “burg” with lots of business enterprises. Over the years, Marengo changed into a “sleeper” place to live. We are central to Albion and Jackson, on the east of Marshall and Battle Creek on the west, making it convenient to work in any of the surrounding cities. Back in the late 1930s and up into the 1950s we were blessed with three stores, where you could buy gas and groceries. The biggest store was Lakes Grocery, in the center of the village. Lakes also sold a variety of hardware items as well as fresh meat and dairy products. They stocked a good supply of canned goods, making a trip “into town” unnecessary. The ice cream (2 or 3 scoops in a

cone) was the greatest. At the “top of the hill” where 23 Mile Rd. crosses Michigan Ave., were two stores. Gorman’s Grocery was on one side of 23 Mile Rd. and they had a counter where you sit and have a dish of ice cream and visit with your friends. They also had a good supply of canned goods, candy, tobacco, pop and a good variety to choose from. Yours truly worked there The Marengo Bridge project when I was 15 years old. I (Photo by Corinne Kellogg) was an old hand in a grochurch, Sunday School and cery store by that age, havjoined the choir and youth ing been raised in my pargroup, The Epworth ents’ grocery store at Duck League. You looked forward Lake (Winegar’s Grocery). to being with your friends The third store in Marengo, and all the various activities across 23 Mile Rd., to the at church and The Commuwest was Young’s Store. nity Room above Lakes That was where you could Grocery Store. That was ofget bread, milk, pop and beer as well as some canned ten reserved for wedding receptions and family regoods. Their business unions. tended to be more for gas The bridge, over the and oil purchases. All three stores also had gas pumps at Kalamazoo River on Main St. (23 Mile Rd.) was the one time. Young’s business meeting place for the is still operating with the teenagers. We all hung out second generation as the there and enjoyed being owner of a propane gas rewith our friends. There was tailer. a safe feeling about the vilOur Methodist Church lage in those days. Our was very active, at the time. That was where you went to folks knew we were at

was completed this week. church or at the bridge, so they didn’t worry about our safety. The bridge is the scene I have looked at from my kitchen window since we bought our house in 1976. I’ve watched cars, trucks, bikes, people and parades go over that bridge. I’ve watched boats, canoes, rafts, and tubes and of course ducks and geese go under the bridge all these years. It has been a never-ending kaleidoscope of activity to watch. I have enjoyed it so much. C olu m n con t in u ed t o n ext p a ge...


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MHS swimmers compete at state meet

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Taylor Karns, at the start of the 100-yard backstroke. Karns finished 26th with a time of 1:05.22

Jessica Bush, left, and Anna Sitar check the scoreboard following the Marshall High School girls 200-yard medley team’s preliminary race on Nov. 22 at the Division 3 state meet in Holland. The team of Bush, Sitar, Taylor Karns and Brooklyn Tobias had a time of 1:58.94 and placed 25th overall. Individually, Bush had a time of 1:07.25 in the 100-yard butterfly and finished 42nd, while Sitar was 32nd in the 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:15.65.

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Under the watchful eye of the offical, Nina Hendler waits for teammate Jessica Bush to touch the wall before jumping in during the 400-yard freestyle relay. The team of Bush, Hendler, Brooklyn Tobias and Taylor Karns placed 28th with a time of 3:58.84.

Harper Creek High School’s Kara Popps placed third overall at the state meet with a time of 59.37 seconds. Popps qualified for the final a day earlier with a time of 59.21 seconds.

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