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Stories from Friday, October 24, 2003

Homemakers getting early treat (10/24/03)
Clay County Extension Homemakers Club members have put together a program in honor of Homemakers Week, which begins Monday. Sue Berg of Bloomington is putting on a solo presentation called "Colonial Christmas: A Visit From the Past" Monday at 7 p.m. at the Clay County Fairgrounds. She will be talking about certain foods and decorations that were part of a typical Christmas celebration in the Colonies and how they can recreate them...
Enjoying church's craft show and luncheon (10/24/03)
Steve Bell prepares a barbecue sandwich at the First United Methodist Church's Annual Fall Luncheon and Craft Show on Friday. The meals included soup, sandwiches, drinks and desserts.
College, WTHI-TV announce Top 10 (10/24/03)
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College and WTHI-TV congratulate Janice Taney from Clay City Jr./Sr. High School as a October Top 10 Scholarship winner. Taney will receive a $10,000 scholarship to attend SMWC. Taney has been involved with FCCLA, track team, SADD and Spanish Club while at Clay City Jr./Sr. High School...
Three injured in road construction zone crash (10/24/03)
These are what is left of one of the three vehicles involved in a wreck on SR 59, south of Brazil on Friday afternoon. Three people were injured. Three people were injured Friday afternoon in a three-car accident on SR 59, approximately 1/4 mile south of the Center Point road in a construction zone. The incident occurred around 1 p.m. Friday...
Wreck injures cyclist (10/24/03)
A Clay County resident was injured in a vehicle accident approximately 5 p.m. Thursday. According to witnesses, a motorcycle driven by Daniel W. Airhart, 34, of Brazil, was heading eastbound on US 40 and struck the rear of a van, driven by Ronald L. Quintaine, 33, of Terre Haute...
Marching Knights keep tradition (10/24/03)
Jane and Dan Robbins getting ready to do their skit for the Northview Marching Knights after band rehearsal is over. They have entertained the band kids before state finals for the last 10 years. What started out as a one time effort to encourage a bunch of kids has turned into a 10 year tradition. ...
Book drive starts today (10/24/03)
In order to "promote literacy," Kim Edwards and Penni Campbell have organized a children's book drive. They were able to fund the project through sponsorship from the CAPE grant. Starting today, anyone who wishes to donate "new and gently used" books to the cause may drop them off at any elementary school in Clay County. ...
Flagpole dedicated to area man (10/24/03)
American Legion Color Guard Commander Virgil Ames raises the new American and Indiana State flags given by Post #2 during the dedication ceremony of a new flag pole donated by the Walt Evans family. Legion member David Hunter assists while the rest of the Guard present the Colors...
Underwood awarded playhouse (10/24/03)
Winner of this years Habitat for Humanity playhouse drawing was Max Underwood. With Max are, left, his wife, Theresa, daughter, Sarah, and son, Mark. - Brazil Resident wins prize from Habitat for Humanity Max Underwood, from Brazil, won this years Habitat for Humanity of Clay County playhouse which was raffled off Oct. 5, at Forest Park during the Popcorn Festival. Funds from the raffle will be used to help build the next Habitat home...
Braves end Knights volleyball season (10/24/03)
MARTINSVILLE -- The Northview volleyball team didn't get any favors when the draw was made for the Martinsville Sectional and they didn't get any on Thursday night when the faced Class 4A ninth-ranked Terre Haute South. The Braves handled the Knights 21-5, 21-7, 21-10 to comfortably advance to semifinal competition...
GORDON THOMAS LOVE (10/24/03)
Gordon Thomas Love, 65, of Frankfort, Ind., died at 5:30 a.m., Friday, Oct. 25, 2003, at Home Hospital in Lafayette. Born April 25, 1938, in Thorntown, Ind., he was the son of Thomas and Delores Mainard Love who preceded him in death. He was a 1956 graduate of Van Buren High School. ...