Archive - Nov 4, 2010
Punxsutawney, (the Fordham area), died Monday, Nov. 1, 2010, four days short of her 101st birthday, with her family by her side.
She was born Nov. 5, 1909, in Emporium, a daughter of the late John and Addie Piper.
She was married to Clair Schrock, who survives. They were married for 68 years.
After marrying in 1942, the couple moved to the Punxsutawney area, and in 1950, to their home near Valier. There, Mrs. Schrock was a homemaker and helped Clair run their farm where they raised chickens and later beef cattle.
Anita, died Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010, at home.
He was born Feb. 12, 1965, in Anita, a son of James and Andrea (Zeedick) Stiver, who survive in Anita.
Mr. Stiver was employed by Brookville Wood Products and enjoyed hunting, fishing, riding his ATV and being outdoors. He also enjoyed his granddaughter, Harper, who was the light of his life.
CLARION â€” The Punxsy boys' soccer team fell one magical moment shy of winning a District IX Class AA Championship in its first-ever appearance in the district's final game of the season.
The Chucks (15-4-1) scored midway through the first half, but as the clock continued to roll, Bradford (14-6) came closer and closer to scoring the equalizer.
After the Owls tied the game with eight minutes remaining in regulation, they scored again with seven minutes left in double overtime to earn the district title Wednesday night at Clarion University's Memorial Stadium, 2-1.
A number of upperclassmen were celebrated during Senior Night prior to the Punxsutawney versus Brookville football game last Friday at Jack LaMarca Memorial Stadium. Punxsy won, 37-6. Pictured are the PAHS football senior cheerleaders, followed by their parents (front, from left): Kissy Wright, with Bill and Jodi Wright; Tessa Temchulla, with Terry and Jackie Temchulla; Sara Neal, with Mitch and Janie Neal; Samantha Caylor, with Denny and Sharon Caylor; and Malinda Charles, with Arnold and Tammy Charles.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” After Day Three of the Punxsutawney elementary girls' basketball tournament Wednesday, only Pitt remained undefeated going into Friday's final day of competition.
The fourth- and fifth-grade division Panthers improved to 4-0, while the only other previously-undefeated team, the sixth-grade UConn Huskies, suffered its first loss of the tournament, dropping to 2-1 in competition this week.
Pittsburgh 24, UCLA 5
Pitt (4-0) continued its dominance Wednesday, as it took down UCLA (0-3), 24-5.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” Havenâ€™t raked your leaves for collection yet? Thatâ€™s OK; borough residents have until next Friday, when the collection ends.
Roger Steele, chairman of the Public Works Committee, announced at Tuesdayâ€™s meeting that the collection continues on schedule at this time, and Borough Manager Ben White said crews hope to have all leaves collected by Friday, Nov. 12.
â€śThose frosty nights weâ€™ve been experiencing knocked most of the leaves onto the ground this past week,â€ť White said.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” Kathleen Dodds isnâ€™t riding her two Appaloosas across the United States for a political cause, a social movement or to bring attention to a common or uncommon medical phenomena.
If sheâ€™s riding for any cause, itâ€™s to encourage people to follow their dreams.
BROOKVILLE â€” Republican candidates did very well in Jefferson County, collectively gaining more than 70 percent of the vote.
One U.S. Senate seat and five U.S. House of Repre-sentative seats from Penns-ylvania switched from Democrat to Repub-lican, and every Republican candidate â€” Pat Toomey, Tom Corbett, Glenn Thompson and Sam Smith â€” carried Jefferson County.