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Stories from Monday, September 26, 2005

Area business people enjoy tournament (09/26/05)
Top: Lynne Llewellyn and Mark Rogers, manager of the Forest Park Golf Course Pro Shop, look over final standings in Friday's Chamber of Commerce tournament. Llewellyn organized the event for the Chamber. See more photos on page 3. Middle: Technifab was the High Gross winner at the Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament Friday at Forest Park Golf Course. ...
NHS grads receive honors (09/26/05)
- Advanced Placement Program Exams showing success Top: Rials Bottom: Nicoletti Two Northview High School 2005 graduates, Trevor Rials and Cody Nicoletti, have earned recognition for their achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement (AP) Program Exams taken in May 2005...
Local couple arrested for drugs, dangerous materials (09/26/05)
Law enforcement officers were working on an unrelated case when they discovered drugs, drug paraphernalia, surveillance equipment, and several weapons in the home of Larry D. and Kimberly Bowman located at 503 S. Leavitt St. on Tuesday afternoon. According to the Probable Cause Affidavit filed in the Clay County Courthouse late Friday afternoon, officers from the Brazil City Police, Clay County Sheriff's Department and the Clay Community Corrections joined together to perform a legal search of the residence.. ...
Can you smell the aroma yet? (09/26/05)
Ivy Herron photo President Evelyn Brown and Marketing Director Glen Brown work with Robin Yocom, composing/editorial staff member of The Brazil Times on Friday afternoon to put the finishing touches on the upcoming Popcorn Festival guide that will appear in the paper on Wednesday, Sept. 28...
Woodcox hat trick wins for Knights (09/26/05)
The Northview girls soccer team got a second half hat trick from Jennifer Woodcox, her second of the season, in coming back for a 4-2 victory against South Vermillion on Thursday evening. The Knights trailed 1-0 at halftime as Marlowe Stowe put the Wildcats on the board with just under six minutes remaining before the break...
Special school board session set for insurance discussion (09/26/05)
The Clay Community Schools Board of Trustees have announced a Special Session on Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 6:30 p.m. in the Media Center of North Clay Middle School. The trustees will discuss the possibility of changing the health insurance provider for all employees of the Clay Community School Corp...
Pump Prices (09/26/05)
The prices for regular, unleaded fuel this morning at Clay County gas stations were: BRAZIL AREA I-70 AREA CLAY CITY AREA The Brazil Times is offering free car pooling want-ads to people seeking rides or want to offer rides. Call 446-2216 for more information...
Cory Apple Fest gets an 'A' grade from attendees (09/26/05)
Top: Royalty was on hand for Saturday's events at the Cory Apple Festival. Crowned Thursday evening before the festival, Apple Queen Shondra Barrett, a senior at Clay City High School, Apple Princess and Miss Congienalty winner Shearea Barrett, a sophomore at CCHS, and First Runner Up Whitney Moore, a junior at CCHS, were out enjoying a bit of shopping at the craft stands along main street. See more photos inside...
Coming home (09/26/05)
Cory native Kendall Ludwig returned to his hometown Sunday to perform numerous original songs for a captive audience of about 30 at the Cory Apple Festival. The 23-year-old acoustic artist now lives in Indianapolis and performs as an opening act for Christian artists and is the music director for Harbor Church of the Nazarene in Indianapolis...
Big game by Vincennes' Vieck leads Alices past Knights (09/26/05)
(Left) Northview's Dustin Helwig deflects a pass away from the Alices' Dean Mosher. Vincennes running back Taylor Vieck is no stranger to the Northview Knights, he's been the Alices workhorse the past three two years as Northview defeated the Alices...
Knights and Eels win at Shakamak (09/26/05)
The Northview girls and Clay City boys registered team wins at the Shakamak Cross Country Invitational on Saturday afternoon. The Knights got a sixth place finish from Hannah Hunter to edge out Owen Valley with 68 team points to the Patriots 76. Both the Knights and Eels placed three runners in the top-10, but Clay City had a 13th place finish from Kevin Cook along with a 14th from Braxton Griffith and Tyler Moon was 15th...
North Clay seventh grade football team picks up WIC road victory (09/26/05)
File photo Colin McHargue tips a pass away from a receiver in a game earlier this season. McHargue and the Knights defeated Edgewood 24-6. The North Clay seventh grade football team traveled to Edgewood and came home with a 24-6 victory over the Colts...
Patriots sweep past Knights in tennis (09/26/05)
The Northview tennis team had little luck against a solid Terre Haute North squad on Thursday evening, dropping a 5-0 decision versus the Patriots. Garrett Turpin had the closest match for the Knights, a 6-3, 6-1 loss to Caleb Anderson had No. 3 singles. Austin Akers and Alex Smith each won a game, but couldn't get closer in their singles matches...
Northview golfers headed for state finals for fourth straight year (09/26/05)
Carey Fox photo Northview's Millie Akers shot a 98 for the Knights as they advanced to state finals play. The Northview girls golf team is headed to the state finals for the fourth consecutive season, placing third at the Jasper Regional on Saturday afternoon...
Knights win volleyball border battle (09/26/05)
Christy Fulk (left) and Brianne Arvin helped the Knights beat Apollo. The Northview girls volleyball team won a bit of a border war on Saturday afternoon, taking a three set match with visiting Apollo High School of Kentucky, 25-20, 25-17, 25-23. The win over the No. 20 ranked E-Gals came in a bit of a family reunion as Northview's sophomore setter, Lindsay Thomas, got to face off with her cousin who is a hitter on Apollo's squad...
WILMA "BILLIE" MATHERS COE (09/26/05)
Mrs. Billie Coe peacefully passed away the evening of Thursday, September 22, 2005, in the Coronary Care Unit of Baptist Hospital East in Louisville, Kentucky. Mrs. Coe was the beloved wife of the late Walter Slater Coe, M.D. Dr. Coe was a nationally known cardiologist who in 1948 performed the first heart catheterization in Kentucky and created the first heart catheterization laboratory in Kentucky. ...
GILBERT "GIB" RAY BUTCHER SR. (09/26/05)
Gilbert "Gib" Ray Butcher Sr., age 69, of Greencastle, passed away Friday morning at his residence. Born September 7, 1936 in Peach Creek, West Virginia, he was the son of Aurby Ray & Margaret (Hull) Butcher. He attended Eastside High School in Huntington, W. VA.. He married Una (Britton) Butcher on Nov. 3, 1961 and she preceded him in death in 1991. He married Mary (Morgan) Butcher on Oct. 26, 2002, and she survives...
JOSEPHINE"JO" FRYE PRICE (09/26/05)
Josephine "Jo" Frye Price, 85, of Brazil, passed away September 23, 2005, in her home. She was born May 23, 1920, in Pleasantville, IN. the daughter of Frank Bedwell and Addie Mae Benefiel Bedwell. She graduated from Dugger High School. She moved to the Brazil area following her marriage to Millard Frye on November 13, 1936. He preceded her in death in December of 1977...
KENNY RAY DICKISON (09/26/05)
Kenny Ray Dickison, age 49, of Brazil, died at 11:20 a.m. Friday, September 23, 2005, in the emergency room at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. He was born September 15, 1956, in Omaha, Nebraska as the son of Larry and Margaret Gullifor Dickison. He attended Van Buren High School. Following high school, Kenny began a career as a cook that took him across the nation and into many different restaurants. He loved to travel and enjoyed camping and fishing...
HAZEL M. GILTZ (09/26/05)
HAZEL M. GILTZ Hazel M. Giltz, 93, of Brazil, died at 5:00 a.m. September 26, 2005, at Holly Hill Health Care and Rehabilitation Facility. Born June 13, 1912, in Harmony, IN, she was the daughter of William Leslie and Cora Vesta Stewart Bell. She married Harvey Lester Giltz on February 17, 1940; he preceded her in death. ...
WILMA J. LEACH (09/26/05)
Wilma J. Leach, 77 of Terre Haute, passed away Thursday morning at Provena Covenant Hospital, Urbana, IL. She was born March 18, 1928, in Knightsville, IN. She was the daughter of Charles Withers and Clysta Aker. She was married to George Leach on September 9, 1947, and he survives. She was a homemaker...
RUBY FRANCES WALDBIESER (09/26/05)
Ruby Frances Waldbieser, 85, of Brazil died 5:22 p.m. Saturday, September 24, 2005, at Holly Hill Healthcare in Brazil. She was born January 16, 1920, in Clay City, Indiana, as the daughter of John and Nora Milligan Comer. Following graduation from Clay City High School she married Malcolm Waldbieser April 29, 1939...