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Stories from Monday, October 6, 2003

Cheek finishes 16th in the state (10/06/03)
Northview junior golfer Brittany Cheek matched the school record for highest individual finish for a golfer at the Indiana High School Golf Championships on Saturday with her 16th place finish. Cheek matched her Friday score of 83 on Saturday to finish with a 166 for the tournament that matched current Northview senior Amy Thiemann's place in last year's final...
Local 'M*A*S*H' production was moving (10/06/03)
The Clay County Communty Theater did a wonderful job (as usual) with their latest production, "M*A*S*H". I was a little surprised to learn that the book/movie/TV series had been made into a stage production, and I was also delighted to see what had been done with it...
Clay City wins Division 1 rating (10/06/03)
The Clay City Imperial Regiment participated Saturday in the ISSMA District Marchinbg Band Festival at Southport High School, Indianapolis, Clay City earned a Division I rating in Class D and earned honors for Best Music and Best Auxiliary. By virtue of receiving the Division I rating, the band now qualifies for the ISSMA Regional Marching Band Contest Oct. 18 at Ben Davis High School, Indianapolis. The band must place in the top five in order to qualify for the ISSMA State Finals...
Forest Park was site of softball tournament (10/06/03)
Mary Gentry, Alice Hamilton, Rebekah Hamilton, Fred McDonald and Albert Landes enjoy the softball action at Forest Park at the men's slow-pitch tournament Saturday. The event was one of many that took place over the weekend during the Popcorn Festival. The tournament stretched over several games, drawing many observers...
Enjoying the festival Pancake Day draws big crowd... (10/06/03)
Angie Pierce helps her son, Cole, with a drink of milk as another son, Connor (left), looks on Saturday morning during the Pancake Day breakfast at the Forest Park Pavilion. The Kiwanis' annual event was moved to the park for the Popcorn Festival.
Werkley wins Brazil Open (10/06/03)
Noblesville pro Justin Werkley shot a six-under par 65 to win the Brazil Open golf tournament that was re-scheduled from Labor Day. Werkley claimed the top prize of $2,000 in the event that was sponsored by Spun Metals Inc. Jamie Broce, who has won the Indiana Open twice, and Mike Nakai, the assistant pro at the Country Club of Terre Haute, finished in a tie for second place at 66 in Saturday's tournament...
Cody Melega (10/06/03)
Cody Melega won both of his sectional matches for the Knights.
Northview girls win WIC while boys take second (10/06/03)
Northview's Mary Pugh (right) finished fourth and Kim Deakins (left) placed 13th for the Knights at the WIC meet. - Emily Pugh earns WIC conference title The Northview girls cross-country team dominated the Western Indiana Conference meet lead by meet winner Emily Pugh...
North Clay wins WIC (10/06/03)
The North Clay eighth grade volleyball team came home with a conference championship on Saturday after winning three matches. The Knights defeated Sullivan 21-8, 16-21, 21-12 in their opener as Emma Koehler had 11 service points and two aces and Traci Sanders added seven with two aces...
CARL C. MILLER (10/06/03)
Carl C. Miller, 83, of Brazil, died Saturday, Oct. 4, 2003, at 10:10 a.m. in Cloverleaf Healthcare. He had been a resident there for only a few days. Born March 21, 1920, in Brazil, he was the son of Charles and Elsie Mace Miller. He attended Brazil High School and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II...
LESTER A. NOLTE SR. (10/06/03)
Lester A. Nolte Sr., 81, of Brazil, died Saturday, Oct. 4, 2003, at his residence. He had been in failing health for several years. Born Dec. 21, 1921, in Clay County, he was the son of Emanuel and Lottie McCullough Nolte. He graduated from Reelsville High School and was a life-long carpenter and farmer until his retirement in 1989 due to health problems. He worked for the late John Pell and the late Fred Emmert...