the red thing On July 1, the senior men played a full scramble format from the red tees. The team with the best score of 33 consisted of Harlan Schott, Jack Doyle, Jim Reed and Don Imming. Their team won first because of the #4 hole which is rated the most difficult on the front nine, where they recorded a birdie. The next team with a 33 had an out-of-town guest playing with them. This guest was Jack Thorpe from New York state and is the brother-in-law of Turk Pilker. Other members on this second place team besides Pilker and Thorpe were Louie Fostvedt, Al Clem and Maurice Erickson. Taking third place with a 34 was the team of Shorty Hanson, Van Pierce, Dave Zimmer and Guy Button. Coming in with a 35, the team of Ross King, Don Baer, Cleland Cook and Vern Holter captured fourth place. The long putt of the day and the only birdie on hole #1 by any other team this date was a 20 footer by Dave Zimmer. Other putts worth noting were a 15-foot birdie on #7 by Cleland Cook and Van Pierce dropped a 14-foot birdie putt on #5.
Ardell K. Hatch, 93, of Vermillion, passed away Monday, Dec. 9, 2013, at the Sanford Vermillion Hospital. Ardell was born … Read Article