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Stories from Friday, June 18, 2004

Kiwanians give scholarships (06/18/04)
Linda Messmer photo Northview High School Seniors Kameko Keller and Tyler Akers received $500 scholarships from the Kiwanis Club Thursday night at the Presbyterian Fellowship Hall. Kameko plans to attend IVY Tech to major in education. Tyler is going to Indiana State University in the fall and will major in education...
Sunday band concert in park to feature music of Tijuana Brass, Spike Jones (06/18/04)
The Brazil Concert Band, under the direction of Matthew S. Huber, will present "A Salute To Fathers' Day", Sunday at 8 p.m. at the Forest Park Bandshell or Pavillion if inclement weather. The BCB urges one and all to bring Dad to the concert for a free night of entertainment under the stars. ...
Doctors Shaw continue education (06/18/04)
Dr. Michael Shaw and Dr. Julie Anderson-Shaw of shaw Chiropractic recently completed 12 hours of continuing education at Indianapolis. The courses, offered by the Indiana State Chiropractic Association, included adjusting technique by Dr. Alfred States and current diagnostic and imaging procedures from the doctors of Centers for Diagnostic Imaging...
Today's the Day -- Enjoy th3e Garden Tour (06/18/04)
Meg Grey photo Ruth French sits down in front of one of her gardens to make a dried flower bouquet. Note this: The Garden tour will be 9 a.m.-4 p.m. today. Tickets cost $5. An outdoor tea party and marketplace will be at Forest Park in conjunction with the tour...
What would a countywide library cost (06/18/04)
With under a month left to file petitions for or remonstrations against a Clay County library system, people on both sides of the issue are scrambling to gather signatures. The documents, which are due July 11, will be counted by the Clay County Clerk's office...
Salvation Army offers help (06/18/04)
The Salvation Army, 3100 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, provides temporary emergency assistance to aid with food, clothing, shelter, utilities, transportation and medical needs. In addition, they offer free camping experience to children 7 to 17 in Bedford. The League of Mercy provides gifts to community nursing homes at Christmas and Easter. They also provide disaster services in the event of an incident...
A word from the princess (06/18/04)
Hello, my name is Paige Smith and I am the reigning 2003 Clay County 4-H Princess. I can't believe how quickly the last year has gone and what a great time it was. During my reign as princess I had the opportunity to participate in many wonderful activities and meet many wonderful, helpful and kind people. ...
Davis garden has grown, beautified over 30 years (06/18/04)
The garden of Larry and Sue Davis at 424 E. Oak St. is a grassy sanctuary for the entire family to enjoy. The garden of Larry and Sue Davis, located at 424 E. Oak St., has been a work in progress over the past 30 years but has only really begun to flourish in the past 10. ...
County, city police investigate shooting (06/18/04)
On June 16, at approximately 2:20 p.m., the Clay County Sheriff's Department was called to investigate a shooting that occurred at the Michael and Alicia Wilkins residence on CR 600 N, in Clay County. Mr. Wilkins suffered a gunshot wound to the left arm. ...
USSSA tournament champs (06/18/04)
Submitted photo Recently the Xplosion softball team won the USSSA Softball Tournament. The team consists of: (front row l-r) Mariah Speedy, Kelsey Morefield, Krystal Welch, Emily Baker and Emily Phillips. (Back row l-r) Mallory Miller, Carlye McGaughey, Samantha Tomasino, Shelby Gray and Misty Rissler...
Northview wins both all-sports trophies (06/18/04)
Northview's girls golf team won a sectional title this year to help the school win the All-Sports Trophy. The team: (front row l-r) Kelsey Smith, Madison Kirchner, Millie Akers, Amy Thiemann and Brittney Cheek. (Back) Coach Teresa Akers. Carey Fox photo...
MARGARET C. THOMPSON (06/18/04)
MARGARET C. THOMPSON Margaret C. Thompson, 82, of Indianapolis, died Thursday, June 17, 2004. She was a homemaker. She previously worked for Wm. H. Block department store for several years. She was a member of Order of Eastern Star No. 404 in Northpark...
RICK A. RHUEBOTTOM SR. (06/18/04)
RICK A. RHUEBOTTOM SR. Rick A. Rhuebottom Sr., 44, of Terre Haute, died unexpectedly Wednesday, June 16, 2004, in the emergency room of Union Hospital. He was born Aug. 26, 1959, in Terre Haute, the son of William C. Rhuebottom and Eva Ilene Jones Rhuebottom...
THOMAS 'TOM' O'DELL (06/18/04)
THOMAS 'TOM' O'DELL Thomas "Tom" O'Dell, 67, of Carbon, died unexpectedly Thursday, June 17, 2004. He was born Sept. 5, 1936, in Carbon, the son of Thurman and Ruby Carlin O'Dell. In his lifetime, he worked at Adams Sawmill and Ringo Sawmill; for the Clay County Highway Department; and last, for Dr. Dennany, doing maintenance and lawn work. He enjoyed fishing and boating...