March 10, 1995
Poor Heidi. A doctorate in art history, from Yale, no less. And still, she was always the one just along for the ride.At high school dances, she read "Death Be Not Proud" while everyone else engaged in teen-age mating rituals to the strains of Gerry and the Pacemakers.She was the only one at Gene McCarthy's New Hampshire headquarters who had never read Marcuse.As a gaggle of goofy Ann Arbor women self-actualized in the '70s, she could only watch while others vented.Heidi's personal life? Don't ask. Her lover, a rakish idealist turned cynical magazine editor-publisher, won't give her the time of day emotionally until he marries.
April 29, 1997
LORAIN, Ohio -- Brad Daugherty used to make his living pounding against 300-pound centers in the NBA. Off the court, his wife knows a much gentler man.Daugherty met Heidi at a restaurant in Ormond Beach, Fla. She was a college student working as a waitress on the breakfast shift when Daugherty walked in, covered in grease after having just worked on his friend's race car.Even so, she thought he was perfect at first sight. Later, she found out he told his racing pals, "She's cuter than a speckled pup."
January 9, 1997
Mount Airy Volunteer Fire Department named Heidi Hubble its 1996 Volunteer of the Year at an installation and awards banquet.Other honors went to Karen Crum, Emergency Medical Services Award; Doug Wallace and the Junior Fire Company, Chief's Award; and Matt Heard and Alan Siegrist, President's Award.Ladies Auxiliary President Evaleen Leon presented the fire company with a check for $40,000.The company responded to 706 fire calls and 1,007 ambulance calls in 1996. Top medical responders were Heidi Hubble, Becky Brown, Matt Heard, Bill Lawton, David Eaves, Jerry Shaw, Charles Hamilton, Doug Wallace, Alan Siegrist and Karen Crum.
March 28, 1991
''The Heidi Chronicles,'' the Pulitzer-winning comedy-drama that ran on Broadway for 19 months, has annoyed some and pleased others. Some of those who have been annoyed by the play are feminists. That may be because the play looks back on the '60s and the women's movement with wit and bite.Wendy Wasserman is the author of the play, which is currently playing at the Kennedy Center in Washington. Wasserman, who also wrote ''Isn't It Romantic?'' specializes in plays about women, in this case, women who are hovering around 40.Wasserman was an active participant in the Sixties saga.
August 19, 1998
"I think 'The Hundred Penny Box' by Sharon Bell Mathis is an interesting book because it is about a 100-year-old lady named Aunt Dew who loves her box with 100 pennies. Every year she puts a penny in her 100-year-old box. You have to use your imagination at the end to see if she dies or not."Karen LachelleElmwood Elementary"My favorite mystery in the Sweet Valley Twins and Friends series by Francine Pascal is 'Ghost in the Graveyard!' It is about two twins who are detectives. Jessica and her sister Elizabeth capture a jewel thief."
February 16, 1996
In yesterday's editions, St. Mary's basketball player Heidi Moldenhauer was incorrectly identified in a photo caption.The Sun regrets the errors.