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September 6th, 2011

Sharon L. Haag, 54

September 6, 2011

Sharon L. Haag, 54, Brookville, died, Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011, at home.

She was born Nov. 1, 1956, in Erie, a daughter of the late Stanley Edward and Avis Irene (Hosbach) Klepfer.

Aug. 27, 1977, in Brookville, she married David E. Haag, who survives.
Mrs. Haag worked as an RN at Brookville Hospital in the OB Department and most recently at the Nurse Family Partnership.

She was a member of the Center Hill Community Church, where she was a Sunday School teacher and AWANA Leader. She enjoyed teaching Bible studies and previously taught pre-natal classes at Brookville Hospital.

September 5th

Lady Chucks make it to Slippery Rock semis

September 6, 2011

SLIPPERY ROCK — The Punxsutawney Lady Chucks volleyball squad headed to Slippery Rock Saturday to play in an all-day tournament. The Lady Chucks made it all the way to the semi-finals before being knocked off by Knoch.

The varsity squad began in pool play, playing each team to 25 twice.

It started with Karns City, which it beat 25-11 in the first game but then lost 25-21.

Lady Chucks tie for third in host tournament

September 5, 2011

PUNXSUTAWNEY — The Lady Chucks hosted a soccer tournament Saturday with Clarion, Smethport and Keystone. Punxsy tied for third with Keystone. Clarion took first place, and Smethport rounded out the tournament in second.

The Lady Chucks were beaten by Clarion 3-0, which helped Clarion to win the overall title.

"It is sometimes a struggle in a loss to take away anything positive from the situation," Punxsy head coach Kevin Hughes said. "However, in our 3-0 loss to Clarion on Saturday, a lot of great stuff happened for us."

Lady Chucks find success in Monroeville

September 5, 2011

MONROEVILLE — The Punxsy girls cross country team traveled to Monroeville on Saturday to take part in the 23rd annual Gateway Invitational, held at Boyce Park.

Hot and humid weather conditions and a difficult course made for slower race times, but overall the team came away with some satisfying results.

Twila M. Enterline, 95

September 5, 2011

Twila M. Enterline, 95, Punxsutawney, formerly of Mahoning Towers, died Sunday, Sept. 4, 2011, at Punxsutawney Area Hospital.

She was born April 16, 1916, in Grange, a daughter of the late Frank and Esther (Doverspike) Smith.

She was married to Kenneth W. Hinderliter and then Samuel P. Enterline, both of whom preceded her in death.

Mrs. Enterline was a housekeeper at Blose-McGregor Health Care in Punxsutawney.

She was a member of the Woodland Avenue United Methodist Church in Punxsutawney.

Robyn L. Voss, 54

September 5, 2011

Robyn L. Voss, 54, Mahaffey, passed away Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011, at her home surrounded by her loving family.

She was born Oct. 20, 1956, in Punxsutawney, a daughter of the late Charles R. "Dick" Fetterman and Margaret "Peggy" (Hunter) Fetterman, who survives, of Mahaffey.

She married Robert Voss, who survives, of Mahaffey.

Mrs. Voss was employed by Ames for 17 years, and she was also employed at Mahoning Outdoor Furnace.

She played softball for the Burnside Women's League.

Fire damages Rossiter garage

September 5, 2011

ROSSITER — The cause of a garage fire that broke out in Rossiter early Saturday morning has yet to be determined.

The fire broke out in Emery Monoskey's garage around 6:30 a.m. Saturday on Center Street in Rossiter.

No one was injured.

However, heat from the garage fire caused minor damage to Monoskey's home, Joe Pisano Sr., fire chief of Rossiter's Volunteer Fire Company said.

Firefighters from Rossiter were the first to respond. Central Fire Department, Perry Township, Marion Center and Big Run also responded to the fire.

Way Back When

September 5, 2011

(The Spirit is pleased to share with our readers vignettes of life in the 19th Century as originally reported in past issues of the newspaper. These reprinted stories include their original headlines and spelling.)

Local Intelligence
(April 1, 1896)

Let Us Have a High School
What this town needs, as we have heretofore remarked on divers and sundry occasions, is a good high school, where our boys and girls can fit themselves to enter college. It is important beyond anything else.

September 2nd

PAHS grad makes music with the Ravens

September 3, 2011

BALTIMORE — It may be unfathomable to fans in western Pennsylvania, but according to local native Todd Clontz, it is possible: Transitioning from a Pitts-burgh Steelers fan to — get this — a Baltimore Ravens fan.
“I grew up in the 1970s and watched Terry Bradshaw and the boys,” he said Friday. “I remember the Super Bowls back then — definitely the third and fourth ones.

Chucks lose tough opener against rival DuBois, 42-7

September 3, 2011

DUBOIS — After scoring two touchdowns and leading 14-7 at halftime, DuBois' varsity football team scored 28 points in the first eight minutes of the second half to defeat Punxsy, 42-7, Friday night in DuBois.

"We missed a lot of tackles right off the bat in the second half," Punxsy head coach Alan Nichol said. "I don't think anything really changed. It was just a grind-it-out game on a hot night, and fatigue probably played a factor. Their skill definitely played a part, but I think fatigue did, too."

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