The Republic from Columbus, Indiana on December 26, 1980 · Page 22
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B : : : ; : ; : if ' : . Area Deaths j and Services li ' . - -: 3 a I - . J OS i T Funeral arrangements are? V.y Former Hotel Employee! 5 Margaret Gates It 1607 Washingt ""-IN- daughters, Janet Sue Crouch of Columbus and Betty Jean Craig of Houston, Texas; two brothers, Arthur Schroer of Seymour and Albert Schroer of the White Creek community; a sister, Mrs. Arthur Tormoeh-len of Browns town, and three grandchildren. j I Margaret E. Gates. 61, was born in Hendricks County Dec. 28, 1896, the son of George W. and Henrietta Sherrard Pritchett. He was a member of St. Mary's Church. - Survivors include a son, Raymond Pritchett of PaFamount, Calif.; a sister, Nancy Manning of North Vernon, five grandchildren, two greatgrandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Rites Pending Willard Noon North Vernon NORTH VERNON-Willard Noon of. North Vernon .died Wednesday at Bartholomew County Hospital. at 2:25a m. Wednesday at Bartholomew County Hospital. He was the father of Mrs. Edward Pence of 3635 Woodside with whom he had lived the past two months. Funeral service will be conducted at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Linus Roman Catholic Church at Oaklawn; Persons may call after 5 p.m. Saturday and after 1 p.m. Sunday at Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 4727 W: 103th;-at Oaklawn. Burial will be at Mt.' Olivet Cemetery at Chicago. Local arrangements were made by Reed and Jewell Funeral Home. Cawley was born in Ireland Feb. 7. 1903. the son of Richard and Ellen Marron Cawley. His wife, Mary Cawley, died Oct. 31. They were married in February 1931. ,, He came to the United States at the age of 18 and was a retired employee of Chicago Transit Authority until his retirement in 1975. He was a member of St. Linus Church, Knights of Columbus and Ancient Order of Hibernians. Also surviving is another daughter. Mrs. Raymond Schwaller of Oaklawn; a son. Richard James Cawley of Oak Forest, 111. a brother. James Cawley of New York City; two sisters. Ann Sculley and Mary-ellen Cawlev. both of Chicago. Mrs. Mclntyre was born in Jefferson County Jan. 11. 1907, the daughter of Charles E. and Anna Jines Edwards. She was married to Mclntyre May 3, 1930. She was a member of East Columbus Christian Church, Ruth Circle and Loyal Booster Class jhere. and Ce- lumbus Senior Citizens. Survivors other than her husband include a son, William . Mclntyre of Route 2; a brother, Raymond Edwards of Hernando, Fla.; and two sisters, Virginia Brock of 1603 25th and Mary White of 1085 River. Former Reliance Worker Ruth D. Ping 2100 Midway Ruth Dawson Ping, 76, a resident of Columbus Convalescent Center at 2100 Midway for the past eight years, died there at 12:15 a.m. today. She formerly lived at 715 Cherry and was a former employee of Reliance Manufacturing, Sears, Roebuck and Co. and the former White .House department store. Funeral service will be conducted by the Rev. Norman Wallace at 1 p.m. Monday at Reed and Jewell Funeral Home where persons may call from Ho 8 p m S'.wfiav burial will be at Garland Brook Cemetery, e Mrs. Ping was born in Hamilton County Aug. 15. 1904. the daughter of Vern and Ida Warner Dawson She was married Oct. 19, 1935, to T P. Ping who died" in May 1963. She was a graduate of Paoli High School and was a member of Memorial Baptist Church. She had lived in Columbus ' since 1925. Survivors include two stepdaughters, Mrs. Carl Kabrich of Edinburgh and Kay Patterson of Fountain Valley, Calif.; a brother, Russell Dawson of Florida; a sister, Mrs. Paul Sherrill of Lafayette, and four grandchildren. True Temper Retiree Ray E. Martin ..... 475 Morningside Ray E. Martin, 72, of 475 Morningside, died at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Bartholomew County Hospital. He was a retired employee of True Temper Corp. at North Vernon. Funeral service will be conducted by the Rev. Harold Whited at 2 p.m. Saturday at Barkes, Inlow and Weaver Funeral Home where persons may call from 4 to 9 p.m. today and until time of service Saturday. Burial will be at Garland Brook Cemetery. Martin was born in Independence County, Ark., Jan. 2; 1908, the son of William A. and Maudie Beel Martin. Survivors include his former wife, Mildred Allen Martin, also of 475 Morningside; two sons, Roy Martin of 490 Morningside and Kevin Martin of Hope; two brothers, Thelbert N. Martin , of Route 10 and Oren W. Mar-: tin of California; a sister, Ru-by-Hjjt j-pf-Ai anw.- 3fvJ-two -. grandchildren. Cummins Retiree Frank P. Origer 2217 Gilmore Frank P. Origer, 70, of 2217 Gilmore, died unexpectedly Wednesday at Bartholomew County Hospital emergency room where he was taken after suffering an apparent heart attack. He retired in 1975 from Cummins Engine Co. where was a product engineer. Funeral service will be conducted by the Rev. Joseph N. McNally it 10 a.m. Monday at St. Columba Roman Catholic Church where Origer was a member. Persons may call at Hathaway-Myers Funeral Chapel from 1 to 5 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday. Rosary will be conducted at 7 p.m. Sundayat the funeral home. Burial will be at Garland Brook Cemetery. Origer. was born .at North Judson March 23, 1910, the son of John Peter and Elise Straus Origer. He married Mildred Kirkhoff Sept. 11, 1937, at Lafayette, and she survives. Other survivors include three daughters, Sharon L Pearl of 1529 Village, Suzanne E. Galyen of 3041 Taylor and Rosemary Buya of Olathe, Kan. ; a son, Robert W. Origer, also of 2217 Gilmore; two brothers, Joseph Origer of North Judson and Emil Origer of St. Petersburg, Fla.; three sisters, Ann Laun of Kingsford Heights, Dorothy Gricius of Mantino, 111., and Alma Morris of Skokee, 111., five granddaughters and one grandson. Faith Lutheran Member Edward Schroer . Route.6 . ... ... Edward Clarence Henry Schroer, 61, of Route 6, died at t p.m. Wednesday at Bartholomew County Hospital. A farmer, he was a member of Faith Lutheran Church. Funeral service will be conducted by the Rev. Richard Tremain at 10 a . m . Saturday at Reed and Jewell Funeral ' Home where persons may call until 9 o'clock tonight. Burial will be at Garland Brook Cemetery. Schroer was born in the White Creek community of Bartholomew County June 22, 1919, the son of August H. and Lizetta Meyer Schroer. He married Irma Hoeltke in 1942 and she survives. Also surviving are two , - Survivors Here Helen L. Crouch . Wooster, Ohio Word has been received here of the death of Helen Louise Crouch, 50, of Wooster, Ohio, a jjttrmer Columbus resident. Survivors include two brothers and two sisters in Columbus, Allen and Larry Carmer, Mrs. Arnold Stillabower and Mrs. Clinton Bass. " Mrs. Crouch died at 4:30 a.m. Thursday at Wooster Community Hospital from injuries she received in an automobile accident Dec. 19. Funeral service will be conducted by the Rev. Floyd Koe-nig at 1 p.m. Saturday at Mcln-tire Funeral Home at Wooster where persons may call until 9 o'clock tonight. Burial will be at Wooster Cemetery. Mrs. Crouch was born in Columbus March 10, 1930. the daughter of Carl and Maggie 'MoKinncy Carmer. - She was married 32 years ago to Daniel Crouch who survives. She had .lived at Wooster 25 years. , . Other survivors include three sons, Richard and Cecil Crouch of Wooster and Daniel C. Crouch of Smithville, Ohio; a daughter, Mrs. Terry Hofa-cker of Shreve. Ohio; two other brothers, James Carmer of Chicago and (Jairl Carmer of Milwaukee, Wise, and eight, grandchildren. Daughter Here Richard Cawley Oaklawn,Ill. Richard M. Cawley, 77, a resident of Oaklawn, III., died 1607 Washington, died unex pectedly Thursday at mew County Hospital. She previously was employed at the former St Dennis Hotel and also at Northside Drugs. Funeral service will be eon-ducted bv the Rev John Schoettelkotte at 11 30 a m. Saturday at St. Bartholomew Roman Catholic Church Persons may call from 5 to 9 p.m today at Reed and Jewell Funeral Home Rosary will be conducted at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the funeral home Burial will be at Garland Brook Cemetery Mrs Gates was. born in Decatur County Sept. 1, 1919. the daughter of William and-Clara Black Porter She was married Jan 9. 1936, to John E. Gates who survives She moved to the Columbus area in 1941. Other survivors include several nieces and nephews. Orville Mclntyre's Wife Lillian Mclntyre 201 S. Beatty ' 'ini'idtf X -rMcItit) v j. 201 S. Beatty. died at 7:40 p.m Wednesday at Bartholomew-County Hospital. She was the wife of Orville T. Mclntyre. Funeral service will be conducted by the Rev. Ronald .Newland and the Rev. William McCoy at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Barkes, Inlow.and Weaver Funeral Home where persons may calluntil 9 o'clock tonight and from 8:30 a.m. Saturday until time of service. Burial will be at Garland Brook Cemetery. Mid Grain Range " As reported on the ticker tape t the Richards Elevator at Teylorsvilie, the right-hand column shows today'!' mld-mornlng market prices on grain futures at the Chicago Board of Trade alongside the previous market day's closing report from United Press International Start the Paper ... . . . Place a Want Ad Tell Us Your News ... TOLL FREE - Wherever, you live in the 7-ounfy area where The Republic is read, you can coil loll-fiee with news. ..or Classified Ad. ..or to start delivery of the paper The phone rings directly in the Columbus office. It's all toll-free. Don't hesitate to call. From Brown County Exchanges: Call Toll-Free on 988-4106 From Jennings County Exchanges: Call Toil-Free 392-2226 Died Wednesday Amos Pritchett Rites Saturday NORTH VERNON - Funeral service for Amos Pritchett, 83. formerly of Pofjlar Street here, will be conducted by the Rev. Robert Drews at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church here. Persons! may call until 9 o'clock lOnight at Dove Funeral HomeJ Rosary will be conducted at 8 o'clock tonight at the funeral home. Burial will be at Vernon Cemetery. Pritchett died Wednesday at Columbus Nursing Home. He From JacksoTcouty Exchanges: ( Call Toll-Free - day Markets pending at Diekboff and Vance; Funeral Home nere. Services Goldie Tiemeyer TiineraL service for Goldir Tiemeyer, 72, of Route 7, was conducted by the Rev. Edward May Dec. 16 at St. John's Lutheran Church at White Creek. Burial was at the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Jack Taul-man, Dean Claycamp, Marvin Bol4e, Qanny Beckemeyer, Leonard Tiemeyer, Melvin Gerringer and Eldo Nolting. Mrs. Tiemeyer died at her home Dec. 14. - 12-8968 RESISTOR BELOW. . 7 71 PRICES GOOD THRU 122880 SPECBMLS 0016 . 0016 3 38M 33K4 1 WOO ' 1.9200 1321 1321 001013 0010M 004111 .004131 33275 3 3275 3 6747 3 6747 27 27 0432 0432 9580 . 9560 - 1940 .1946 .1009 .1009 0073 .0073 .0029 . 0029 .1333 .1333 Oltl .0116 3004 3004 4101 4606 1 3390 1 3390 0127 0127 .0127 . .0127 .2303 . 2309 .5666 5657 .5724 5741 5621 5636. .0276 0276 ' .0112 , .0112 2724 . 2724 1027 .1027 2330 .2330 5141 5155 5167 .5200 .5246 5260 0349 .0349 Indonesia Rupiah Iraq Dinar Ireland Punt Israel Shekel Italy Lira Japan Yen Jordan Dinar Kuwait Dinar Lebanon Pound Mexico Peso New Zealand Dollar Norway Krone Pakistan Rupee Paraguay Guaranl Peru Sol Philippines Peso Portugal Escudo Saudi Arabia Rlyal Singapore Dollar f-South Africa Rand ... Spain Peseta A Spain Peseta B Sweden Krone Switzerland Franc Switzerland 1-month Switzerland 3-monfh Taiwan Dollar Turkey Lira if Utd Arab Emir Dlrham Uruguay Peso .Venezuela Bolivar W Germany Mark W Germany 1-month -W Germany 3-month Yugoslavia Dinar AUTOLITE SPARKPLUGS : High Low Close Prov Wheat Mar 483' I 476 j 48IU 48714 May 491 484"i 489"l 494Vi Jly 474 46a 471 47414 Sep 483 477 481V, 484'i Dec ' 499'j 494 498 ' 502 Corn Mar 380"i . 377' 377V, 381 -My; 386 38 384 - 388 - Jly ' 38SV, 382 382V. 387 Sep 375 370 372 375 Dec 363 358', 361'. 364 Oats Mar 223 2174 219", 223 - May 225V, 221 222V, 226 Jly 222 217", JI9V, 22114 Sep 219vi 215', 219V, 219 Soybeans Jan 794V, 785 78714 798 Mar 826V, 816 820 830') May 855 845 847V 858V, Jly 870 B62 86414 872', Aug 862 856 859 S65'4 AMTIFREE2, $99 m EA. Gold Quotes NEW YORK IUPI) - Foreign and Domestic gold prices quoted In dollars per troy ounce today: The London. Frankfurt, Zurich and New York gold market were closed tor the holidays. The Paris (free market) 635 00 up 2 33. Today's Data On Stocks NEW YORK IUPI) - Standard 8, Poor's hourly stock Indexes (1941-43 aver- -ageequals-lQ); 400lnd 20Tns 40UII 40Fncl SOOStkt Prev 154 48 24 66 53 50 13 63 135 88 Open 15457 24 73 53 45 13 62 135 94 Ham 154 50 24 68 53 47 13 61 135.18 Dew Jonts Averages 11 a.m. 30 Indus 962 29 off 0 76 20 Trans 397 98 up I 22 15 Utils 116 79 off 0.08 65 Stock 374 20 up 0 16 N.Y. Stock Exchange lndtitt-11 a.m. All Stocks 77 94 off 0 01 Industrial 91 40 unchanged Transportation 75 95 unchanged Utility 39 21 off 0 01 Finance 70 50 off 0 07 The average price of an N Y S E common share was unchanged Volume 4,040.000 shares. Foreign Exchange Money Rates NEW YORK (UPI change sellers rates In Country Currency Argentina Peso Australia Dollar Austria Schilling Belgium Franc (conv. ) Belgium Franc (tlnc'i) Brazil Cruzeiro Canada Dollar Chile Peso Colombia Peso Denmark Krone Ecuador Sucre Egypt Pound England Pound England 1-month England 3-month Finland Markka France Franc Greece Drachma Holland Guilder Hong Kong Dollar India Rupee ) -Foreli gn Ex- dollars: Today 0005 1 1740 0734 032000 031700 .0156 .8396 .0256 .0191 .1685 .0356 1 45 23765 2 3890 2 4005 2606 .2210 .0213 .4728 .1965 .1272 Wed. 0005 1.1770 0735 031900 031700 .0156 .8381 .0256 .0198 .1689 .0356 1.45 2.3700 2 3825 23940 .2606 2227 .0213 .4739 .1965 .1272 EA. REGULAR FLEENOR BATTERIES rm9 6 REMANUFACTURED STARTERS ILiSI Li EXCH. $sms dSz exch. it mm rr- "BRUTE Escape Plan, Smoke Device Safety Aids NEW YORK (UPI) The two most important steps a family can take to protect itself from fire in the home are to install smoke detectors and to develop a family escape plan, according to the Insurance Information Institute. Noting that', as in some recent hotel fires, smoke inhalation is more often a cause of death than the fire itself, the Institute recommends installation of smoke detectors in several areas including the basement ceiling and the hallway ceiling leading to the bedroom area. 40" SUPER BRUTE 60" JFTr exch. REMANUFACTURED ALTERNATORS PRICED FROM $!2S95 ii EXCH. FREE TESTING ALWAYS ATFLEENORS ON STARTERS, ALTERNATORS AND BATTERIES. HEET GASLINE ANTIFREEZE FLEENOR WINDSHIELD WASHER SpLVENT Mercantile Close Wednesday CHICAGO meat futures the Chicag Wednesday: Open Live Bi Feb 66 60 Apr 69 02 Jun 71 10 Aug 71 22 Est sales sales 7,597, 45.684 up 5. (UP!) Closing range of -in cents per pound traded on o Mercantile Exchange i High Low Clost Prev m Cattle - 40,000 lbs. 67 40 66 5 5 67 35 68 05 69 4 5 69 02 69 35 70 52 71 20 71.10 71.15 7 2 60 71 22 71 22 71 22 72 72 9,971 contracts; Tuesday's Wednesday's open Interest Feeder Cattle- 42,000 lbs. Jan , 72 70 73 10 72 70 72 8 5 74 20 Mar 75 47 75 47 75 47 75 47 76 97 Apr 76 25 76 25 76 25 76 25 7775 May 76 30 76 30 76 30 76 30 77 80 Est sales 641 contracts; Tuesday's sales 1.120, Wednesday's open Interest 8.428 up 105 Live Hogs - 30,000 lbs. Feb 50 07 50 07 50 07 50 07 51 57 Apr 52 37 52 37 52 37 ' 52 37 53 87 Jun 56 52 56 52 56 52 56 5 2 58 02 Jly 57 62 57 62 57 62 57 62 59 12 Est. sales 169 contracts; Tuesday's sales 6,480. Wednesday's open Interest 25. 160 off 164 Frozen Pork Bailies - 36,000 lbs. "' Feb 60 57 60 5 7 60 57 60 57 62 57 Mar 61.52 61.52 61 52 61 52 63 52 May 64 05 64 05 64.05 64 05 66 05 Est sales 174 contracts, Tuesday's sale'. 4 896. Wednesday.', open Interest 72.495 . up 194. Gold, Silver Coins NEW YORK (UPI) - Selected'goldand silver coin prices: Cold Today Wed. Krugefrahd, ltroyoz. 1636 00 628 00. Maple Leaf. 1 troy oz 638 00 628 00 Mexican 50 peso. 1.2 troy oz 766 00 757 75 Aust 100 crown, 98 troy oz. 603 00 594 00 Mexican 20 peso, .48 troy 01 313 00 308 00 S African 2 rand 24 troy oz. 162 00 156 00 Austrian 1 ducat II troy oz 73 00 72 50 90 percent silver bags 8i,uvO face value pre-1965 circulated US coinage: 112.650 112.300 . These quotes represent the mid-price between what buyers are bidding and sellers are asking as quoted by Deak Pe-rera. The prices may vary from dealer to dealer and depending on market conditions. Noon Stocks Noon report by Hllllard and Lyons, local stock brokers: , Price Crmg AT&T ' Arvln Industries 13.7 up .1 Cummins Engine 22 2 Emerson (Vernco) 36.5 Exxon (Reliance) 10.2 dnl Hillenbrand Industries : 32 6 No Trade Indiana Gas B.jj IPALCO "li Walter Kldde(CoKO).... 4 On .4 EIILIIIv 607 PPG industries P-' bile Service ind 218 thwasefe... 7.5 MM 1 xUf GAL. 120Z. REG. 5 REG. 99$ WANTIFREEZE. PROTECTS TO -25" LEVENSTEIN'S l.trcd:cesl!:;yteoE It resists steins 2-d dirt better ny!:.iC2rFCtfii:rc'crn:i3. Carpets of Anso nylon liber are ,-, jjKleio p.sist all 'htvHni.vc.ivi! ;irry, l- enenncs liquid, dirt, dust and grime. In fact, with just minimal care, Anso IV nylon carpets prevent, or at least minimize, almost any stain. You've probably seen new Anso I V advertised nationally. Now. see it for yourself at intini &QLAR.MArj!p-A!UTQ:j;ATiC -BATTERY CHARGER ' W SCRAPER TOP $5119 U 140Z. $()95 Mb REG43A95 REG. $149 Tta reveiiiftssry fiber beastifsil carpnsaremastof. Mon.-Fri. 9-7 Sat. 9-5 Sun. 10-4 SouthweW ortit rrX? 217 tin .1 -StsHHMrtf OII...-.r....- . ' Textron (CWC Golden).. 110 do .2 Wlckei.....'.. M.0 dn-2 Over me Caunter Bid Asked Irwin Union... 124 14.4 i 4 Phono 812-663-2404 Greentburg ' lotlWSUtl 4t tut 1 FLEENOR AUTO STORES &.i.iU.A.rf-?'.crsi

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