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Stories from Friday, June 27, 2003

You can play that again! (06/27/03)
Charotte Overman plays a medley of gospel and western tunes at the Senior Center Wednesday before lunch. They started playing their favorite tunes together about 20 years ago, eventually building up to 10 members strong. Now, down to just two, the music is as powerful as it was then when they get together for a weekly jam session. Time and circumstance have reduced the group to a duo, except on occasion when Ruby Andrews and Woodrow Leohr, both guitar pickers, are able to step in...
Patriotic conercert slated for July (06/27/03)
"America" is the theme of the next Terre Haute Community Band Concert in Fairbanks Park July 5 at 7 p.m. The Chauncey Rose Memorial Plaza at the top of the hill will continue to be the backdrop for the band. Audience members may bring their own chairs or sit on park benches...
Church is blessed with new minister (06/27/03)
New minister of Epworth Church, Pastor Tim Voll with wife, Donna and daughter Lydia. "Love is patient. Love is kind." (I Corinthians 13:4). Epworth Church has been patient. Their last minister left in August. The congregation prayed for a new, kind and loving cleric to pastor to their religious needs. After nine months they think their prayers have finally been answered...
Celebration is under way! (06/27/03)
Cara Jackson rides a dump truck at the 68th annual Brazil Rotary Club 4th of July Celebration Friday. The midway opened at 5 p.m. and Cara was one of the first children to take advantage of the fact. The midway opens at 2 p.m. today and Sunday. The Lesters will sing gospel music at the bandshell tonight. Shows are scheduled at 7 and 9 p.m. The Brazil Concert Band, directed by Matthew Huber, performs patriotic music at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the bandshell...
Sonshine Center grand opening is set for Saturday (06/27/03)
The Sonshine Community Center needs your help. If you are looking for something special to do during the holiday, you are invited to attend the Sonshine Community Center's Opening Day from 10 a.m. - 10 p.m at 202 N. Washington St. The non-profit organization caters to the needs of the community...
Cinergy/PSI converts power plant from coal to natural gas (06/27/03)
PLAINFIELD, Ind. -- It's been operating for more than 50 years as a coal-fired power plant on Riverwood Avenue in Noblesville, but Cinergy/PSI's Noblesville Generating Station began a new era of service this month as a modernized, natural gas-fired plant. ...
Working together (06/27/03)
Chamber of Commerce President Rob Moore, Emma and Merrill Thompson who gave a private donation to assist support software and C.A.R.S. Board President Mark Nolin cut the ribbon on the new C.A.R.S. Custom Embroidery Division during the special media preview Thursday afternoon...
Clay County softball results (06/27/03)
In Wednesday's Clay County Girls Softball Minor League games, Cinergy and Hoosier Storage tied at 7-all and Premier Tax won a slugfest with MI Home Products 17-16. In the first game, Darci Brown had three singles for Cinergy and teammate Jennifer Gabriel had a pair of doubles...
Clay Youth League (06/27/03)
Mitch Haviland (second from left) was a Clay Youth League home run winner for the Spring 2003 season. Haviland hit seven regular season and two tournament homeruns and is a member of the Wallace Auctioneering team. Haviland is a student at North Clay Middle School and will play for the CYL 12-year old All-Star team. Also pictured are (From left to right) Mike Haviland, team manager, Mitch Haviland, Tony Sciotto, coach and Ric Jefferies, CYL President...
Clay County softball results (06/27/03)
In Wednesday's Clay County Girls Softball Minor League games, Cinergy and Hoosier Storage tied at 7-all and Premier Tax won a slugfest with MI Home Products 17-16. In the first game, Darci Brown had three singles for Cinergy and teammate Jennifer Gabriel had a pair of doubles...
LEONA MARIE FAIRCHILD (06/27/03)
Leona Marie Fairchild, 90, of Brazil, died Wednesday, June 25, 2003, at 12:55 p.m. at Clay County Health Center, where she has resided since May 2002. She was born in Ft. Atkinson, Wisc., on Jan. 19, 1913. She was the daughter of Otto and Ella Hummitch Schultz, who preceded her in death...
RUTH P. LAWSON (06/27/03)
Ruth P. Lawson, 92, formerly of Indianapolis and Brazil, died Friday, June 27, 2003, at 6:15 a.m. in a nursing home in Eldorado, Ill. She was born in Coal Bluff, Vigo County, on May 10, 1911, a daughter of the late Stanley Van Hook and Josephine Mann Van Hook and was 1929 graduate of Fontanet High School...
SHAWN MICHAEL COFFMAN (06/27/03)
Shawn Michael Coffman, 30, of Greencastle, died Tuesday morning, June 24, 2003, at the St. Vincent Clay Hospital. He was born Feb. 12, 1973, in Greencastle, the son of William Coffman and Carolyn Branham Sutherlin. He was a fourth-generation logger with Branham Logging. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and being outdoors...
WESLEY D. VANATTI (06/27/03)
Wesley D. Vanatti, 52, of Brazil, died at 4:15 a.m. Thursday, June 26, 2003, at his home following an extended illness since August, 2002. Born in Brazil on Nov. 16, 1950, he was a son of John and Thelma Giltz Vanatti and a graduate of Brazil High School...
ERMAL EDITH MATTHEWS (06/27/03)
Ermal Edith Matthews, 99 of Goshen, Ind., and formerly of the Brazil area died at 11:25 a.m. Wednesday, June 25, 2003 at Greencroft Healthcare in Goshen. Born June 5, 1904, in Reelsville, she was the daughter of Edgar and Mary Young Boyd. She married Thomas E. Mathews Aug. 23, 1923. She was a member of the Croys Creek Congregational Christian Church...
GENEVA MAE WILEY (06/27/03)
Geneva M. Wiley, 83, of Brazil died Thursday, June 26, 2003, at 4 p.m. at her residence at Jackson Gardens, after battling cancer for the past year. She was born Sept. 4, 1919, in Clay County, the daughter of Clem and Evelyn Early Wolfangle. She graduated from Valley High School in West Terre Haute. She worked at Miller & Parott Baker and US Baking for a combined 10 years...