Dr. and Mrs.
C. David Hay
Dr. David and Joy Hay of Terre Haute and formerly of Parke County celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with a trip to Nevada, California and Oregon.
The were married Sept. 25, 1987, in the old log church at Turkey Run State Park by the Rev. Kirby D. Smith.
Dr. Hay and Joy retired in 2002 from the practice of dentistry in Rosedale.
Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Tobe Brady Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tobe Brady Jr. recently celebrated 50 years of marriage. Harry and Rose Ann were joined in holy matrimony officiated by the Rev. Johnson in Columbus, Ky., Sept. 21, 1962, at the home of her parents, Joe and Mable Russell.
After obtaining college degrees in both Kentucky and Indiana, Harry and Rose Ann were employed in education and administration in the Vigo County School Corp. in Terre Haute. Harry enjoyed farming and the construction of several homes in Vigo County. The couple were involved in breeding, training, and racing thoroughbred horses for many years in Indiana and Kentucky.
The Bradys have one daughter, Dr. Lora Brady Plaskon and son-in-law Dr. Brian Plaskon; and two grandchildren, Toby and Portia, of Bellevue, Wash.
This past April, Rose Ann and Harry celebrated in Maui and most recently had a sentimental journey back to Indiana and Kentucky to spend time with friends and family. They now make their home in Snohomish, Wash., a short distance north of Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs.
David and Anita (Scioldo) Osella of Clinton observed their 40th wedding anniversary on Sept. 2, 2012.
The couple were married Sept. 2, 1972, at Sacred Heart Church in Clinton.
David is retired from Clinton Ready Mix and Anita is employed at Central Elementary School.
They have three children and eight grandchildren.
A surprise open house is being planned for Sept. 23, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Salem United Methodist Church on Highway 63. Please come and celebrate with them.
Mr. and Mrs.
On Aug. 3, 2012, the family of Carl and Patricia McCloud Koehler gathered for a celebration of their 60th wedding anniversary.
On Aug. 3, 1952, they were married in the Center Point United Methodist Church by the Rev. Clifford Scholey.
After four years in the Air Force, they returned to their Clay County farm for the next 56 years.
Carl, a retired farmer, and Patricia, a retired teacher, raised a family of four children. They are: Bill Koehler and wife Elaine, Larry Koehler and wife Carol, Kathy Weddle and husband Jay, and Susie Kingery and husband David.
Also in attendance were Carl’s brother, Chris Koehler and wife Shirley, and Pat’s brother, Joel “Bud” McCloud.
They also have 15 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren, many of whom attended the dinner.
Mr. and Mrs.
Barney and Wanda Conrad will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary on Sept. 27, 2012.
They were married in Evansville.
It is requested that gifts be omitted, but cards would be appreciated.
Wanda graduated from St. Mary’s Hospital School of Nursing in Evansville as a registered nurse. She retired from St. Anthony’s and Regional Hospital.
Barney is retired from Terre Haute First Financial Bank.
They have four children, John Andrew (Frances) Conrad of Allen, Texas, Jayne Ann (Gary Kehoe of Clinton, Mary Elizabeth (Doug) Hiatt of Fort Wayne and Joanie (Larry) Dunn of Louisville, Ky. They also have four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
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Effort under way to restore Civil War monument to original grandeur; ‘Soldier of the West’ unique in state of Indiana
“How sleep the brave, who sink to rest with all their country’s wishes blest.”
A lone soldier sits atop Forest Hill Cemetery in Greencastle. He is seated with his foot on a cannon of long ago, looking westward, perhaps toward the future he fought for. “He” is a stone memorial, rising nearly 30 feet in the historic cemetery. He represents all the men, young and old, from Putnam County who fought and died in the Civil War, and he is aptly titled “Soldier of the West.”
Wedding listings: Dec. 8, 2013
GRAPE SENSE: Riedel has been creating grape-specific glasses for nearly 50 years
Anyone serious about wine has probably learned the size of the glass can have an impact on the taste of the wine. You’ve probably seen all those different size and shaped Riedel crystal wine glasses in shops or advertisements and thought it was all silly.
Tried n True: Tea party cookies, lemon and orange
When you get done with these cookies, you will have two different flavors. Our grandkids loved to make the balls and roll them in powered sugar. I can’t remember when I first got this recipe, but it has to have been at least 40 years ago.
Francis Rowe celebrates 95th Dec. 14
Francis “Rowdy” Rowe will celebrate his 95th birthday on Dec. 14, 2013.
Anniversary listings: Dec. 8, 2013
Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Bowden
Mr. and Mrs. David Hunter
Walk of a Lifetime: Writer discovers views fit for a painting while walking the cliffs of Prout’s Neck, home to famous artist Winslow Homer’s seaside studio
Editor’s Note: Today, we continue the New England Journal as Mike Lunsford writes of a day walking the Maine seacoast in search of the great artist, Winslow Homer. Join Mike in January for the fifth installment of this series as he visits Edna St. Vincent Millay’s rural New York farm, Steepletop.
YOUR GREEN VALLEY: Sustainability hubs will leave the world a better place
There is something powerful that happens when people ban together for greater good. In many cities throughout the United States there are sustainability hubs. While each one is uniquely different, they all have the common theme of leaving the world better than when they entered into it.
TRIED ’N’ TRUE: You can’t tell there’s Velveeta in this fudge
At Christmastime we make sweets, candy, cookies, etc. When we were in State Soil and Water, we would bring cookies and candy for the last night at the meetings. A friend of mine, Marie Bunting, brought this fudge recipe and samples.
Anniversary listings: Dec. 1, 2013
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Copeland
Mr. and Mrs. John Hemminghouse
Engagement listing: Dec. 1, 2013
Wedding listing: Dec. 1, 2013
Heightened Sense of Place: Educators’ efforts helped put geography back on map in schools
Geography transcends dots on a map.
Teachers traveling abroad alongside Terre Haute geographer Dorothy Drummond have experienced the real-life cultures, atmosphere and people existing within those dots. An educator herself, Drummond has organized affordable geography tours of foreign lands for Wabash Valley schoolteachers for many years. The journeys involved more than sight-seeing.
Families to remember children at Dec. 8 candle lighting
Members of the Clark County (Ill.) Chapter of The Compassionate Friends will participate in the Compassionate Friends 16th annual Worldwide Candle Lighting on Dec. 8. The event is designed to honor the memories of children who have died.
Shakamak Park earns honors for 4-H camp
Shakamak State Park was recently honored by Purdue Extension for hosting a 4-H summer camp that has served children since 1931.
The park was given the 2013 Friend of Extension award at the Purdue Extension Professional Development Conference Awards Banquet at West Lafayette earlier this month.
GRAPE SENSE: ‘Today’s Bordeaux’ campaign features more affordable wines
There is an old saying among wine enthusiasts: “The more you drink wine, the more you gravitate toward the French.”
And if you haven’t heard that one, certainly you’ve read and heard people talk about expensive French Bordeaux wines.
CASY to host Orientation I, II training in December
Chances and Services for Youth provides Orientation I training for those interested in becoming a licensed child care provider. Orientation I is part one of two trainings on opening a child care site.
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: A good bread for dishes like spaghetti or lasagna
I have made this bread for many years. It is wonderful with spaghetti or lasagna. I’m not sure where the recipe came from. We all love garlic bread. If you are just starting to make bread, this is a good one. I have taken this bread to the field, carry-in dinners, just about everywhere.
Anniversary listing: Nov. 24, 2013
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ray Shew
Find your roots at the Marshall Public Library
Marshall Public Library’s Genealogy Department has many tools to help researchers discover their family roots. On-site resources available include a collection of local history books and binders, marriage and probate record indexes, cemetery surname index and locator maps, plat books and land records, Sanborn Fire Insurance maps, Marshall High School yearbooks dating back to 1912 and newspapers on microfilm from 1865 to 2012.
Wedding listing: Nov. 24, 2013
Fade to Black: A few local theaters among last to part with century-old 35-mm film
The projectionist behind the first movie shown in the Indiana Theatre nearly 92 years ago would likely feel right at home in that same booth today.
YOUR GREEN VALLEY: Nothing healthy about seeing green in mid-to-late November
Fall is in full force, the skies are gray and trees have shaken their leaves to the forest floor. The outskirts of dormant wooded areas are lined with a thick brush of green. While green may signify a healthy forest, there is nothing healthy about seeing bright green in mid-to-late November. What you are witnessing as you drive by is an invasive species called Asian Bush Honeysuckle.
CHRIS DAVIES: While you’re waiting on a quick fix for weight loss, a couple suggestions …
By now you may have heard about a wonder supplement Cortislim. Annoying Cortislim ads claim to rid your body of unwanted belly fat by suppressing the stress hormone cortisol. Like other supplements before, their claims were not proven.
Sewing Connection auction Nov. 18 to feature homemade items
The Wabash Valley Sewing Connection will have an auction on Monday in the Girl Scout Service Center in Fairbanks Park beginning at 9 a.m. and continuing until all items are sold. Admission is free.
Correctional Facility seeks kids’ books
The Hope Center, a parenting program at the Rockville Correctional Facility, is asking for donations of gently “pre-read” children’s books to use for their Read-to-Me program. Donations may be dropped off at the Rockville Public Library, 106 N. Market St.
TRIED ’N’ TRUE: Serve Pecan Sour Cream Coffee Cake as breakfast appetizer
Last July I was with a friend of mine helping her with her home and dog. I was looking through her cookbooks and I saw this coffee cake recipe. This would be a good recipe for when we have family and friends overnight for Thanksgiving
Rox Alumni gets nonprofit approval
The Rockville Alumni Foundation, Inc. has been approved by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) public nonprofit organization.
Donations made to the organization will be tax–deductible. The approval is retroactive to June 27.
Time to submit Komen grant apps by Dec. 15
The Wabash Valley affiliate of Susan G. Komen is now accepting grant applications for the 2014-2015 grant cycle. The deadline for grant applications is Dec. 15.
Terre Foods encourages co-op membership
Terre Foods Cooperative Market is launching a holiday membership drive by offering people the opportunity to purchase a membership gift for themselves, a loved one or a friend.
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