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 Pat Goodspeed Opened Law Practice Here in 1976


In an attempt to calm the fears of some residents, Charles A. Beard school board members assured citizens that sidewalks would be installed along SR 109 and Morgan Streets to allow for foot and bicycle traffic to and from the planned elementary school. The school will be located just north of Glen Cove Cemetery, on the east side of SR 109. There are currently no sidewalks in the area.

The Knightstown PTO’s pumpkin contest drew 39 entrants from the elementary school. Participating students included Aaron Armstrong, Josh Hood, Chris Breining, Jill Wilson, Mandy Collier, Ryan Schweizer, Nikki Waterman, Jason Waterman, Jason Haynes, Jeremy Leisure, Eric Armstrong, Amy Patton, Heather Snider, David Betz, Jonathon McDonald, Aaron Leonard, Mike Hill, Chuck Harpring, Julie Rector, Jennifer Schweizer, Carrissa Magee, Mandy Robinson, John Leisure, Emily Hood, Ryan Brammer, Matt Lee, Michelle Leonard, Maggie Denton, A.J. Rosier, Brian Hamblin, Jerry Erwin, Jimmy Newkirk, Carrie Livingston, Brian Butler, Jessica Dunsmore, John Butler, Julie Livingston, Sheila Loveall and April Elliott.

Kevin Knott, a senior at Cambellsville College, recently attended the North American Convention of the National Association of Christian Social Workers in Minneapolis. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Knott of Knightstown.

Freshmen cheerleaders at Knightstown High School will be Lisa Jackson, Stephanie Owen, Amy Merchant, Rachelle McCorkle and Kelli Cupp.

Michelle Scott, a freshman at Ball State University, has been chosen to be a member of the Ball State Pompon Squad for the school year. Michelle is a 1984 Knightstown High School graduate and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Scott.



Knightstown resident Patricia Goodspeed has opened her law practice in town. Goodspeed was a May graduate of the Indiana University School of Law. She was admitted to the Indiana Bar on Oct. 13, 1976.

Spiceland Volunteer Fire Dept. Chief Charles Brown was taken to Henry County Memorial Hospital last week after being injured while fighting a house fire in Spiceland. Brown, 31, suffered back and neck injuries when section of ceiling from an upstairs room fell on him.

Several new residents have moved into the Knightstown community and were sent welcome kits. They include the families of Robert M. Thompson, James Ferguson, Harry Snider, Bryan Rose, Phil Buckley, Howard Reece, Mike Byrnes, David Ledford, Ronald Ostermeyer, Larry Wasson, Ida Sloan, Mike Wyatt, Terry Rose, Clyde Buckley Jr., Ira Cranfill, Beverly Strunk, Kenneth Knapp, Joe Chew, Linda Patrick, Della Whitesitt, Pam Crosby, Michael Roland, Kenneth Perry, Pam Henderson, Roger Haynes and Roxie Schaeffer.

Pete Chew and his wife Sharon celebrated the grand opening of the Western Auto Store in Knightstown. The store is located at 111 E. Main Street. Chamber of Commerce members and supporters joined the Chews for a ribbon cutting

Three Knightstown High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society last week. They include Eric Schmidt, Nancy Heim and Larry Huntsman.



Jane Brosius has been chosen president of the student council at Knightstown High School. Mary Hiner will be vice president, Judy Arnett secretary and Ricky Forst treasurer.

Katie Smith was crowned queen of the band boosters’ “blowout” at Knightstown High School, with Jim Patton as her king.

Officers to serve on the election board at Knightstown Tuesday are Florence Hoffman, Hilda Parker, Mary Johnson, Velma McCaslin, Leona Fix, Perry Lewis and June Kelly.




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