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Stories from Friday, March 19, 2004

United Way holds annual meeting (03/19/04)
Members of several county organizations came together at yesterday's annual United Way meeting. Pictured are members of American Red Cross, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boy Scouts of America, Clay County Children's Medical Assistance, Clay County Christmas Assistance Program, Clay County Cooperative Benevolence Ministry, Clay County Emergency Food Pantry, Clay Community Parks Association, Clay County Literacy Coalition, Clay County Senior Center, Council on Domestic Abuse, Inc., Habitat for Humanity of Clay County, Salvation Army Service Extension, Southern Clay County Share Food Pantry, and YMCA of Clay County, Inc.. ...
Kiwanis donates cash to YMCA (03/19/04)
Dr. Mike Dalton, left, president of the local YMCA accepts a check for $1,000 from Kiwanis member Charlie Brown. Brown presented the check to Dalton at the Kiwanis dinner meeting held at the YMCA Thursday night. Dalton said he anticipated the money would go into the financial assistance program which helps needy citizens obtain YMCA memberships...
A class all its own (03/19/04)
Adam Davis and Chris Short paint the walls of a newly-constructed home off of Murphy Avenue. Many students create things throughout their time in high school. Art students make paintings and sculptures. Home Economics students bake, cook, and make other foods. Dan Dragon's Building Trades students build houses...
Senioritis strikes high schoolers (03/19/04)
Senioritis has hit Northview High School with just two more six-week sessions remaining in the school year. Senioritis refers to the break most high school seniors like to take during the spring semester of their 12th grade year, their final semester of high school. ...
Festival committee holds meeting (03/19/04)
Members of the Popcorn Festival of Clay County met Thursday night in City Hall. The committee decided to invite any and all popcorn vendors to participate. No one had been excluded, contrary to rumors. The committee is making plans to install more electrical outlets at Forest Park in the area where the carnival was set up last year. ...
Area volleyball players preparing for national tournaments (03/19/04)
Members of the 14 Red Crossroads of America (COA) volleyball team include: (laying in front) Courtney Majors. (1st row l-r) Amy Telezyn, Alyssa Chagnon, Kaley Huffman and Lindsay Thomas. (2nd row l-r) Erika Huff, Cari Laue, Ashley Hull and Kristen Flint. (3rd row l-r) Coaches Amy Adelsberger and Steve Beeler...
OLIVE HIGGINS (03/19/04)
Olive Higgins, 87, of Brazil, died March 17, 2004, at Clay County Health Center. Born June 17, 1916, in Robinson, Ill., she was the daughter of Charles and Lillie Gowin Brush. She enjoyed sewing and travelling. She was employed at Clay County Hospital, where she retired after 15 years of service as a cook...
OPAL J. DELLACCA (03/19/04)
Opal J. Dellacca, 87 of Brazil, died at 1:50 a.m. Thursday, March 18, 2004, at Clay County Health Center where she had been a resident since March,1999. She was born October 26, 1916, in Brazil, Ind., the daughter of Oscar and Janet Knox Bolin who have both preceded her in death. Following graduation from Hoosierville School she married Galvert Dellacca who has also preceded her in death...
HAROLD E. SUTHERLIN (03/19/04)
Harold E. Sutherlin, 72, of Greencastle, died Thursday, March 18, 2004 at his residence. He was born Oct. 19, 1931, in Putnam County, the son of Victor Alfonso Sutherlin and Olive Edna (Abbott) Sutherlin. He was a member of the Hanna Street Baptist Church of Greencastle, American Legion Post #58, B.P.O.E. #1077, and Kiwanis. He was a merchant of appliances and furniture and a real estate broker in Greencastle. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War...
PATRICIA K. THOMPSON (03/19/04)
Patricia K. Thompson, 64, of Washington, Ind., died at 8:18 p.m. Wednesday, March 17, 2004, in Daviess Community Hospital, Washington, Ind. Born Nov. 2, 1939, in Clay County, she was the daughter of Max and Helen Harris Thompson. Her father, Max Thompson, and a brother, Charles, preceded her in death...