Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on October 27, 2002 · Page 36
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Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania · Page 36

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— Sunday, October 27, 2002 PEOPLE / SCENES <3fubiana CSaaette BALED OVER If you travel |he Whisper down Nehrig Road in Center Township this Halloween season, you will come face to face with this creature, standing guard at Hollow Farm. Actually, these hay bales were assembled by the owners of the farm, Paul and Kristin Zicuis. (Gazette photo by Tom Peel) LIGHTING UP THE NIGHT - The clock on top of the old Indiana County Courthouse provides a landmark for downtown Indiana at night. The building, located at Sixth and Philadelphia streets, is now the headquarters for First Commonwealth Bank. A replica has been added to the holiday train display at the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh. (Gazette photo by Jamie Isenberg) OFFICERS INSTALLED — The Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees chapter in Indiana in- italled new officers at its annual fall .luncheon at Rustic Lodge in White Township. From left are: Marie Stadtmiller, assistant treasurer; Bernard Novak, first vice president; Beverly Fazio, outgoing president; IT LOOKS LIKE ME — Averi Shirley, 1 -year-old daughter of Mindy Shirley, was among the people aftend- Jois Joan Stuck, president of the state association; Bernard Liscik, local chapter president; and Rose ing the Harvest Festival at the Communities at Indian Haven nursing center last Saturday. Matt Miller, a .jNovak, treasurer. Other officers are Olive Tartalone, secretary, and Anna Mae Pinizzotto, vice president, junior at Indiana University of Pennsylvania majoring in art, was drawing sketches for the festival-goers. •£ • (Gazette photo by Tom Peel) (Gazette photo by Jamie Isenberg) How can they see the game? Under a sea of umbrellas, fans turned out for the Blairsville-Laurel Valley football game Friday night at Blairsville. Bobcat fans braved the rain and wind and their team didn't disappoint them as Blairsville finished the season undefeated with a 42-6 victory over the visiting Rams. With the victory the Bobcats finished the regular season with a 9-0 record and will begin piay this week in the District 6 playoffs. (Gazette photo by Jamie Isenberg) i 1° GENTLEMEN, START YOUR ENGINES — Colonial Motor Mart donated two engines to the Indiana Coun- THE TOUR — Chuck Olson of Indiana is one of the 14 artists who will open their studios today from ty Technology Center, a 2002 Oldsmobile Bravado 4200 6 cylinder and fhe Cadillac Northstar 4 6 a.m. until 5 p.m. for the seventh annual Artists' Open Studio Tour. Olson's painting "Vessel From X" From left are Jack Jahoda, ICTC director; Jim Shuman, ICTC automotive-technology instructor; Jesse s on display at a reception Friday evening at the home of Myron Tomb in Indiana. James, representing Colonial Motor Mart; and Jason Kirkland, a junior in automotive technology ' (Gazette photo by Thomas Slusser) (ICTC photo)

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