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Stories from Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Swimming with the champs (10/19/04)
Jenae Huffman was invited to swim with the United States Olympic Team Jenae Huffman had the swim of her life. The Northview High School junior got to share a swimming pool with the 2004 Olympic Swim team Oct. 9 at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. She swam in a 50-meter freestyle for the "Chasing the Champions" event during the 2004 FINA World Swimming Championships...
Statewide trail may go through Brazil's parks (10/19/04)
The concept of a National Road Heritage Trail for Clay County and Brazil was discussed recently at a joint meeting with the Brazil Parks Board and the Clay Community Parks Association. Greg Midgley, President of the National Road Heritage Trail Inc., told the group of 30 citizens at Riddell Bank, that the focus of the trail is the Historic National Road in Clay County and Brazil...
Marching Knights going to State (10/19/04)
The Northview Marching Knights are moving on to State Competition at the RCA Dome next Saturday. They competed with 14 other bands in the southern regionals at Warren High School this past Saturday. Five bands from each of the two regional sites earned top honors and will be able to compete at the State Level...
Golf Board approves increase (10/19/04)
A $1 user fee per golfer per day, effective Jan. 1, 2005, was approved at the last Forest Park Golf Board meeting. The controversial issue passed on a 3-2 vote and was supported by Board President Doug Short, Garry Wolfe and Blanch Law. Dr. Hal Glidden and Don Young opposed...
Clay City band going to State (10/19/04)
The Clay City Imperial Regiment participated in Saturday's ISSMA Class D South Regional at Warren Central High School at Indianapolis. The band received a gold medal rating and placed in the top five of 13 bands, earning the right to participate for the fifth year in a row for the ISSMA Marching Band State Finals at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis on Oct. 23...
LEYLAN MERIDTH CREED (10/19/04)
LEYLAN MERIDTH CREED Leylan Meridth Creed, 90, of Greencastle, died Friday, Oct. 15, 2004, in The Waters of Greencastle Nursing Home. Born April 26, 1914, in Randolph County, Mo., he was the son of Haskell and Eurah Stokes Creed. In 1936, he married Ula Mae Robertson, who died June 8, 1955...
FRANCES ELOISE COPPAGE SHIPP (10/19/04)
FRANCES ELOISE COPPAGE SHIPP Frances Eloise Coppage Shipp, 85, of Terre Haute, died at 11:45 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 17, 2004. She had been in declining health and had recently became a patient in Meadows Manor North, Terre Haute. Born Sept. 11, 1919, in Merom, Ind., she was the daughter of Bruce Herbert Coppage and Pearl Weir Coppage. She was married to Easton Harrington Shipp on Sept. 14, 1941...
DARWIN M. BOOKER (10/19/04)
DARWIN M. BOOKER Darwin M. Booker, 88, of Brazil died Sunday, Oct. 17, 2004, in St. Vincent Clay Hospital at 6:35 p.m. He was the son of Charles and Annice Boyer Booker and retired from the City of Vincennes Police Department as a 20-year officer in 1967...