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Flowers and Gifts News
Dec 15, 2016
Caledonia florist Mary Ann Schmitz is ready to retire after 65 years
I have to thank the people from places like Caledonia, Brownsville, Hokah, Houston, Spring Grove, Etizen, Freeburg and New Albin,” said Schmitz, who has three part-time employees. “They’ve all been very good to us. Without their help, we’d have never made it.”
Schmitz said she always has loved flowers, and their smell. Pink roses are her favorites.
“I like everything but sunflowers,” Schmitz said. “I’ll put them in (if asked), but I don’t like them because they tip their heads and look shabby.”
Roses, carnations and lilies have been the shop’s biggest-selling flowers, Schmitz said.
Mother’s Day is the shop’s busiest season, and Valentine’s Day is second.
Besides cut flowers, Mary Ann’s Floral & Gift sells cemetery urns, plants, seeds, insecticides, fertilizer, other gardening supplies and party balloons.
Schmitz still has the first item that her shop ever sold – a small ceramic planter in the shape of a woman. Her aunt, Tillie Ernster, bought the planter.
“She always kept it on display in her house,” Schmitz said. “When she died (in 1968), her kids gave it to me.”
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... (La Crosse Tribune)Nov 3, 2016
Jersey's Ben Flowers runs away from field, Panthers advance to sectional
Taylorville's Anna Lowry third (17:50), Rochester's Madeline Campbell fourth (17:53) and Southeast's Sydney Huffman fifth (18:01).
CLASS 1A FREEBURG REGIONAL
BOYS: Roxana finished third and East Alton-Wood River sixth to advance to next Saturday morning's Metro East Lutheran-Madison Sectional at SIU-Edwardsville's cross-country course in the Class 1A Freeburg Regional at Smithton Community Park in Smithton.
The host Midgets won the team title with 18 points, followed by Breese Mater Dei (65), the Shells (98), Columbia (137), the Oilers (150), Trenton Wesclin (172) and New Athens (188) to round out the advancing teams. Belleville Althoff (233), MEL-Madison (238), Breese Central (249), McGivney Catholic (319), Dupo (355) and Marquette Catholic (402) were eliminated as teams, but the Knights did have one runner advance as an individual.
James Henseler led the Shells with a 12th-place finish (17:08), with Brandon Isom taking 16th (17:21), Dakota Sumpf 18th (17:25), Cree Stumpf 20th (17:32) and Will Cotter 32nd (18:28) to round out the scoring; Gage Robinette took 56th (19:21) and Jazz Richardson 65th (19:39).
For the Oilers, Brendan Springman led the team with a 23rd-place finish (18:02), followed by Jake Roustio in 26th (18:19), Ryne White in 28th (18:22), Chase Wallendorf in 34th (18:30) and Andrew Noack in 39th (18:39) to finish the scoring; Jacob Mustain finished 46th (19:00) and Ausin Brimer took 78th (20:20).
MEL-Madison's Javon Watkins qualified for the sectional with an eight-place finish, covering the course in 16:53; following Watkins was Darion Brooks (38th in 18:36), Joshua Jacobson (55th in 19:11), Jonah Wilson (60th in 19:23) and Nathaniel Perry (87th in 21:04) to round out the scoring for the Knights; Eli Harding took 89th in 21:36 and Ian Key finished 102nd in 24:53.
For the Griffins, Daniel Jones led the way with a 43rd-place finish in 18:53; Zachary Brasel was 59th in 19:22, Elijah Burns was 65th in 19:33, Derek Shearer finished 81st in 20:18 and Franklin McClimans rounded out the scoring with a 84th-place finish in 20:27; also running for McGivney were Jarod Silhavy (91st in 22:26) and Jacob Kraus (92nd) in 22:32.
The Explorers had Adam Sanders leading their pack with a 52nd-place finish in 19:09, with Seth Cox taking 88th in 21:27, Nick Hamm 94th in 22:45, Jaylen Bey finishing 97th in 23:21 and Jackson Dooling rounding out the scoring with a 100th-place finish in 24:07; also running for Marquette was Chris Hellrun, who took 103rd in 25:31.
Freeburg runners took four of the regional's top five spots on the day; the Midgets had the individual champion in Charlie Parrish (15:42), followed by Freeburg's Corbin Schwable (16:07), Breese Mater Dei's Luke Goebel (16:26), the Midgets' Carson Smith (16:36) and Drew Wilkerson (16:36) rounding out the top five for the meet.
GIRLS: Freeburg's girls took five of the top 12 places to win the team crown, scoring 33 points to defeat Breese Mater Dei, who had 42 points; the other qualifying teams were Belleville Althoff (83), New Athens (96), Roxana (125), Breese Central (199) and Dupo (200). Columbia (223) and Metro East Lutheran-Madison (225) did not advance.
Marquette Catholic's freshman Riley Vickery, running as an individual (the Explorers did not have enough runners to field a team), qualified for next Saturday's MEL-Madison Sectional at SIU-Edwardsville's cross-country course with an eighth-place finish in 20:07.
Michaela Tarpley led the Shells with a 14th-place finish in 20:50; Shalyn Edwards (19th in 21:09), Lette Palen (34th in 22:40), Victoria Tarpley (39th in 22:54) and Alyssa Mendoza (42nd in 23:13) rounded out the scoring for Roxana. Jaidyn Peebles (45th in 23:37) and Meg Bosse (46th in 23:38) also ran for Roxana.
Kate Muravjova was MEL-Madison's top runner, finishing 41st in 22:58, with Nura Freese taking 44th in 23:35, Kate Weber t...Nov 3, 2016
PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Jersey's Flowers repeats as sectional champ
Metro East Lutheran Class 1A Sectional – Before the Class 3A runners took over the course at SIUE, a Class 1A field led by Freeburg competed for state trips to Peoria.
Freeburg placed five in the top 16 to win with 42 points. Pinckneyville (108), Breese Mater Dei (122) and Steeleville (129) followed with the Roxana Shells (160) earning the fifth and final state berth.
Sophomore Cree Stumpf led the Shells, placing 17th in 18:04. Seniors James Henseler (25th in 18:14), Brandon Isom (28th in 18:26), Dakota Stumpf (32nd in 18:36) and Will Cotter (58th in 19:22) completed the top five for Roxana.
MEL junior Javon Watkins (14th in 17:45) and East Alton-Wood River senior Brenden Springman (16th in 17:49) qualified for state as individuals.
Effingham St. Anthony Class 1A Sectional – The Carlinville Cavaliers are headed to state for the first time since 2010 after placing fourth in Effingham.
Robinson won the sectional with 106 points, with St. Joseph-Ogden (113), Lawrenceville (139), Carlinville (158) and Champaign St. Thomas More (161) claiming the sectional’s five state berths.
Junior Samuel Mock (26th in 17:11), sophomore Bailey Lippold (27th in 17:11), junior Jason Landon (28th in 17:15), junior Charles Helton IV (32nd in 17:23) and junior Grayson Armour (45th in 17:36) scored for Carlinville.
Edwardsville Class 3A Sectional – Edwardsville scored 100 points to place third in the team standings at SIUE and earned its fourth successive state appearance. Minooka swept the top four individual places and won the sectional with 24 points. Yorkville (36) was second, followed by Edwardsville, O’Fallon (124) and Lincoln-Way East (154) as state qualifiers.
The Tigers scored sophomore Abby Schrobilgen (13th in 19:46), junior Melissa Spencer (15th in 19:56), freshman Abby Korak (20th in 20:06), senior Julianna Determan (24th in 20:25) and sophomore Jayce Hudson (32nd in 20:33).
Metro East Lutheran Class 1A Sectional – Marquette Catholic freshman Riley Vickrey ran fourth in 20:09 to qualify as an individual next Saturday at Detweiller Park in Peoria. Benton freshman Amelia McLain won in 19:48.
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... (Alton Telegraph)Sep 7, 2016
Flowers does it again; O'Fallon wins team title
Saturday at Wilson Park in 15 minutes, 00.51 seconds. He was well ahead of second place finisher senior Chris Durr of Chatham Glenwood (15:24).
Freeburg junior Charlie Parrish, who won the Metro East Invitational last weekend, was the next best area finisher coming in fourth (15:27).
O'Fallon, which placed two in the top 10, was the overall team champion.
Back to Flowers. The lanky senior led for about 95-percent of the race.
"I got a really good start and tried to take the race at the beginning," Flowers said. "I wanted to control the race the whole time. I took control of it and cruised the rest of the way."
Flowers had an inkling he would have a good day when he awoke and in preparations just before the race.
"I felt really good all morning," Flowers said. "When I was warming up - I felt pretty good, and I told myself 'maybe I can take this race.' This one of the biggest races I've ever won. It's a pretty big accomplishment."
While Flowers took off with a fury, he didn't have the fastest start of the 234 runners.
"I'm not sure who was in front of me, but I didn't have the lead for the first 400 meters," Flowers said. "I was able to take it there."
Senior Christopher Conrad was seventh overall for the Panthers with a time of 15:40.72, while sophomore Kyle Dismukes took 10th (15:45.91) to help them earn the team title.
O'Fallon finished with 91 points, followed by Chatham Gl... (STLtoday.com)Jan 8, 2016
Crime blotter Dec. 26
MONDAY, DEC. 14
Thomas K. Craine, 44, of 38 Deerfield Court, Freeburg, arrested on suspicion of theft, subsequent on or about Dec. 10 by Belleville police. Craine allegedly, took property from Empire Comfort Systems, 918 Freeburg Ave., Belleville, being stamped 16 gauge steel, total value not in excess of $500. Defendant had been previously convicted of unlawful use of a credit card on July 1, 2014.
Meghan R. Wickenhauser, 26, of 527 N. Buchanan St., Edwardsville, arrested on suspicion of retail theft on or about Dec. 11 by Fairview Heights police. Wickenhauser allegedly, took merchandise from Macy’s, 200 St. Clair Square, Fairview Heights, being a Michael Kors coat and several Michael Kors wallets, total retail value in excess of $300.
Deangelo C. Flowers, 20, of 3308 Brady Ave., East St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of aggravated battery of a police officer and resisting the police on or about Dec. 11 by St. Clair County sheriff. Flowers allegedly, in committing a battery, knowingly made physical contact with Halbert James, in that he pushed him knowing Halbert James to be a police officer engaged in the performance of his authorized duties; knowingly reissted the performance of Halbert James of an authorized act within his official capacity, being the arrest of Deangelo Flowers, knowing Halbert James to be a peace officer engaged in the exeuction of his official duties, in that he pulled away from Halbert James.
Demarcus Redmond, 18, of 5308 Eastgate Ave., Washington Park, arrested on suspicion of burglary and resisting a police officer on or about Dec. 11 by St. Clair County sheriff. Redmond allegedly, entered a grey 2000 Chrysler of Russell White, with the intent to commit theft therein; knowingly resisted the performance of Aaron Hackleman, being the arrest of Demarcus Redmond, knowing to be a peace officer engaged in the execution of his official duties, in that he attempted to run away.
Marlon D. Underwood, 19, of 1831 N. 59th St., Washington Park, arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession, burglary and resisting a police officer on or about Dec. 11 by St. Clair County sher... (Belleville News-Democrat)Nov 16, 2015
Montrose falls in 4A quarterfinals
Indians battled back to even it at 13-13 and 15-15.
The Cougars would go up two again, but a run that saw kills from Allie Freeburg, Micaiah Nichols and Lauren Peterson put Montrose back on top at 19-17.
The Indians, unfortunately, would only manage one more point, and Evergreen finished on an 8-1 run to take the 25-20 win to force a tie-breaking set.
And with the tie-breaker only going to 15, and momentum on their side, the Cougars early charge to a 6-1 lead proved too much for the Indians to overcome.
They would make a valiant push, getting to within two at 12-10 and 14-12, but it was too little, too late as Evergreen finished off the 15-12 win to qualify for the Final Four.
“They had five players who could really put the ball away and they were huge defensively with their blocking,” Forrest said. “We tried to get our middles involved, with Bryce (Gatt) and Micaiah (Nichols), but they kept getting blocked. They started hitting smarter and getting some points, but then their defense adjusted.”
Evergreen’s run wouldn’t last must longer, as the Cougars would fall in three sets to top-seed Cheyenne Mountain by 25-14, 25-10 and 25-11 scores.
In the other semifinal, defending champion Lewis-Palmer swept Ponderosa by scores of 25-21, 25-16 and 25-18 to set up an all Pikes Peak League championship match.
For Montrose, Hill and Freeburg paced the offense with 16 and 15 kills, respectively, with Casebier handing out 36 assists.
Hill, Adriana Flowers and Casebier went for 24, 21 and 19 digs, and Casebier, Hill, Peterson and Flowers all had a pair of service aces.
Gatt and Peterson had four blocks each, with Nichols adding three.
“There’s nothing to feel bad about, with the way we played,” Forrest said. “For example, in that fourth set when they came back and beat us, they earned 18 out of the 25 points, which is a huge percentage, and shows how good they are and how well we were playing.
“It’s been a great year and I’m proud of what the girls were able to accomplish,” she continued. “We got everything we could out of them and they gave it everything they had.”
Which was certainly good enough to rank them among the state’s elite.
(Montrose Daily Press)
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