Dorothy Elizabeth Ford Jones Brown, 89, Greensburg, Indiana, passed away on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at her residence in Greensburg. She was born on June 13, 1929 in Greensburg, Indiana, the daughter of Raymond O. and Eleanora (Thrine) Ford. On November 15, 1947 she married Robert M. Jones and to this union was three daughters, Wanda Lou Ball, Sharon Ann Jones Schmidt, and Deborah Ann Jones. On June 8, 1963 she married Winton Lester Brown and he preceded her in death on January 22, 2008. She wrote the Greensburg Daily News Garden Column for 17 years. She was a life member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary Post 5584, a life member and held office for the Garden Club of Indiana, Inc. She was a former member of the Give Un Take Garden Club, Evening Bells Homemaker Club, Red Cross, Hospital Ladies Auxiliary, a former officer and member of the Friends of the Library from 1984 – 96, a member of BPW and she was the 1987 BPW Woman of the Year. She loved gardening, reading, and volunteering, but her pride and joy was her time spent with Winton, baby sitting with her grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great great grandchildren. She is survived by three daughters, six grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, and six great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and both husbands. There will be no visitation. Private Graveside Services will be held at a later date. Arrangements have been entrusted to Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Our Hospice of Southeastern Indiana. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.com
“It does hurt the lads and, at the same time, when we are winning we enjoy the praise and the adulation, so we want that more than the other stuff.” Martin added: “We just want to emphasis how good the fans have been for us, they have backed us home and away in what has been an up-and-down season. “The way we can repay their faith and support is by winning games to stay in this league, and hopefully by the end of the season that gesture will be irrelevant because we will be where we want to be. “You can’t let the pressure affect you. The inconsistent season has been frustrating, but it is up to us now to make sure we end it in a positive way. “Hopefully, we can move on now and everyone gets behind us to make sure we get three points against West Brom.” Norwich will wait on the fitness of centre-back Joseph Yobo, who was ruled out of the Swansea game with a calf injury. Defender Michael Turner could come back into contention following his three-month lay-off with a hamstring problem. Hughton, meanwhile, has welcomed the restorative justice process taken against a Norfolk man in his 40s who had posted an offensive comment on Facebook directed at the Norwich boss, the only black manager in the Premier League. A public on-line apology has been issued and the offender will meet representatives of the Kick It Out campaign to undertake further education. Hughton said: “This is something I was consulted about and myself, the club and the authorities have all worked together on very much. “The outcome has seen a public apology, we have worked very closely with the Kick it Out campaign and we feel what has been determined is the right thing.” Club captain Russell Martin hopes the Norwich players can further maintain their “special relationship” with Canaries’ fans by beating West Brom and taking a step closer to Barclays Premier League survival. Scotland international Martin – who helped guide the Canaries back up to the top flight from League One under Paul Lambert – wants the team to now pay back the faith of the supporters with positive results. “This club is a bit different to a few in this league, the relationship between fans and players is different, it is closer,” said Martin, who signed from Peterborough in January 2010. “There are not many clubs in the Premier League where after the game the fans can have access to the players, when we go to get our cars, we speak with the fans. “When you are around the city, it is not the biggest (of places), so you are bumping into fans constantly. “It is a special relationship which you do not often get in football at this level. “Everyone who plays for the team lives in this city, it is not like at other clubs where you can travel and may be withdrawn from it. “You live it everyday, even walking to the shops, the lads bump into fans and people express their opinion, sometimes you might not agree with it, but that is what makes football great. “You just don’t get that in many places, and we want to keep it like that. Press Association Chris Hughton’s side were stuffed 3-0 at Swansea last weekend in another woeful away display – a sixth successive defeat on the road, which saw the squad offer to refund the match tickets for the 899 travelling supporters, many of whom had made the 612-mile round trip from Norfolk. The defeat left Norwich again looking over their shoulders at the relegation zone, some six points clear heading into the final half-dozen matches.
CHARLES CITY — It’s 25 years in prison for a Mason City man convicted of dealing methamphetamine.35-year-old Jeremy Round was arrested in May of last year as Charles City police said they found 50 grams of meth in his possession. Round was convicted of possession with the intent to deliver meth by a Floyd County jury in May after a two-day trial.Round was sentenced by District Judge Rustin Davenport on Monday to 25 years in prison, with Round not being eligible for parole until at least a third of his sentence is completed. Round was also fine $5000, which was suspended.