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Seymour, Indiana
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Monday, October 27, 1997
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1 .. PAGE 2A THE TRIBUNE, SEYMOUR, IND. MONDAY OCTOBER 27, 1997 Church dinner Continued from Page 1 A 'v. years and doesn't mind helping out. Funds raised from the dinner go into the general fund and are used for where ever they're most needed, Hack-., man said. ' The " dinners often give some former members a rchancetgTeturiTnd'lsiirold" friends. Becky Puckett of Deputy, for instance, has kept her membership at St. Peter's, but shd-kloesn't have the chance" t0 attend church because of the distances involved:' The dinner, which, she attended with husband, Ryan Puckett, gives her a United Fund Continued from Page 1 A , ty who realize the importance of the many programs", supported by this annual drive - are giving generously to see these programs succeed. "We are looking for those who have not responded to remember they can help 'Plant Enough Seed to Meet JACSY'S Need" with just one gift," Applewhite said. "All contributions are important ' and help us reach the goal." He reminded those able to give more to join a club level of support to make, their pledge reach even farther. JACSY Club is $155, Booster $310; Merit $620; and Pacesetter $1,240. Contributors wishing to give at these levels are reminded that they can make a pledge and be billed through 1998. Pledge cards are available at the United Fund office and National City Bank. A slide program is available to any group or organization wanting to learn of the services available to county residents through this once a year campaign. National City Bank, a member of the 1 Percent Club with a company pledge of $6,200, added an additional $5,810.48 from employees. This included "Merit support from Jim Roberts Mike Hodapp and Louis Bobb; Booster from Frank. Beach, Joan Mangels, Lisa Mincy, and Jackie Sciar-ra; JACSY from Fred Hubbard", Helen Lutes, George Kreinhagen and Tom Voss; and Fair Share from Virginia Branaman, Gloria Cullison, Jacquie Drummond, Chris Kloppenburg, Mary Jan Koop, Kim Lafferty, Jane Newkirk, Tami Noblitt, Cheri Pate, Janice Shafer, Jennifer Thompson,. Jane Waggoner, Kasthy Weeks, Shannon Wehrkamp, and Robin Wis- Lela L. Hoevener Nov. 26, 1910-Oct 26, 1997 Lela L. Hoevener, 86, of Seymour died on Sunday, Oct. 26, 1997, at Columbus Health and Rehabiliation Center, Columbus. She had been ill for three months. Mrs. Hoevener was a home-maker and a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Seymour. Born Nov 26, 1910, in Vallo-nia,- she was the daughter of William" J. and Eli7.abeth Alte-meyer. She married Arthur , H. Hoe venerHe, preceded -her in death. Survivors include a son, Leon A. Hoevener, Brownstown; a daughter, Carol Webb, Columbus; a daughter, Shirley Miller, Columbus; a daughter, Marilyn Christopher, Seymour; a brother, Wil-ford Toppe,, Vallonia; 10 Rally protests institute BLOOMIN'GTON (AP) A conservative women's group -has taken Us Lil fur a im gressional investigation of the Kinsey Institute to the institute's hometown. The rally Saturday outside the Monroe County Courthouse in Bloomington attracted about 100 people. Including in that crowd were some Kinsey supporters who clashed with protesters, officials said. chance to catch up, she said. Stahl said he often visits with people that he doesn't, see at anyother point during the year. "I just like the fellowship," Stahl said. - ,.. : r ' , .:. George Spray, a St. Peters member, contributes for .MnQthenreasoniv. VMtfl l ne money is going lor a good cause," Spray said. . Some-area churches have already had their annual dinners although there's still some left on the schedule. Upcoming dinners are. planned at St. John's, Sauers, and Emmanuel Dudleytown, for instance. , chmeier.. Joan Mangels served as employee chairman. : . - JCPenney employee solicitor David Beed reported a company pledge of $5,042.80 and employee pledges totaling $3,888.20. This" included Booster pledges from Tina Gills, Beverly Hattabuagh and Linda King; JACSY pledges from Shawna Aven-dano, Laura Schroer David Beed and Carol Rudicel. Indiana American Water Company pledged $1,000 and the employee support totaled $955.48. This included JACSY support from Wynn Wright and Janet Cooper. Janet Cooper served as employee chairman.; " CorrellBradley Architects pledged $620, while Alber-" rings Garage, Inc. and LUecke's TV and Sound are Booster Club supporters. Clubs and Organizations. Chairman Jackie Sciarra reported a $1,250 from Jackson Lodge 146, F&AM; $310 from Evening Kiwanis; $1,000 from Psi Iota Xi; $200 from Brownstown Kappa Kappa Kappa; and $25 each from VFW Aux. 1925 and AAL Branch 592. ' Mrs. Tom. Conner is a Merit Club supporter, while Booster Club support has been recorded from Rep.; Bill Bai- ley, Mrs. Doyle Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Frische, Mr. and Mrs. John Brooks, Dr. Randall Brown, John Bottorff and Tom Lantz. , JACSY club members are Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Bosch, Merrill Burbrink, Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Emkes, Mrs. Charles Lewis, Dr. David Rust, Dr. Joseph Clark, and Mrs. Harold Miller. The luncheon was sponsored by Home Federal Savings Bank, grandchildren; 22 greatgrandchildren and one great-great-grandaughter. Preceding her in" death were eight brothers, Ray Burge, Alvin Toppe, Carl Toppe, Lawrence Toppe, Elmer Toppe, Ben Toppe, Edward Toppe, William Toppe and two sisters, Elnora Kysar and Alice Toborg. The Rev, Ralph Blomenberg will conduct services at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Voss and Sons Funeral Service. Burial, will take place at Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery, Seymour. Friends may call from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday and from noon until time of service Wednesday. Memorials may be given to the Immanuel Lutheran Church Building Fund. Concerned Women for America, which sponsored Saturday's rally, wants Con- gress to launch an inquiry into Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey's sexual research. The group alleges that Kinsey abused children decades ago under the guise of science. The group held a similar rally earlier this month at the Capitol in Washington. The Accu Weather 15 forecast STATIONARY Pressure H High L Low i iirarow. i Tonight mostly clear and cold. Low around 30. West wind 5 mph Tuesday partly sunny and warmer. High In the middle 50s. The high and low temperature readings, precipitation reports and level of the East Fork White River are provided by National Weather Service Observer Ruth Everhart of Rockford: High Sunday ..........56 Low Sunday 38 Precipitation past 24 hours,,,..., 54 Precipitation thts.month ...1 .85 Precipitation this year,... ...... .48.30 White River at 7 a.m..........2.28R High level for year 18.38 (Flood stage is 12 feet) Sunset today..:....;..... 5:50 p.m. Sunrise Tuesday ............7:09 a.m. Lyle Dale March 14, 1931 Lyle Dale Huffman, 66, of Sparksville died at 1 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, 4997, at his residence. Mr. ,Huffman was retired from Arvin Industries in Seyr mour. He was a U.S. Army veteran of the , Korean War and a member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. Born March 14, 1931, in Sparksville, he was a son of Raymond C. and Nellie Glover Huffman. On Oct. 30, 1954, in Medora, he married Shirley Umphress Huffman, and she survives. Other survivors include a son, Michael Huffman, Brownstown; two daughters, Rita Booker and Lisa Wicker- Helen Virginia Morrison Aug. 24, 1 9 1 5-Oct. 24, 1 997 Helen Virginia Morrison, 82, of North Vernon died at 8:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24, 1997, at Community Care Center, North Vernon. Mrs. Morrison had been a seamstress and was retired from Jennings County schools as a "cook. She was a member . of North Vernon First Baptist Church and the Christian Leaders Sunday School Class of the church. , , Bom Aug. 24, 1915, in North .Vernon, she was a daughter of Walton and Ina Hudson Hill. On Jufy 14,' 1943, she married Delbert L. Morrison and he died Oct. 14, 1989. , Survivors include a son, John Morrison, North Vernon; Hannah Sue Jones Jan. 16, 1934-Oct. 25, 1997 Hannah Sue Jones, 63, of Austin, died Saturday, Oct. 25, 1997, at Jewish Hospital, Louisville. Mrs Jones was a homemak-. er and a member of Shelter for the Sheep, Austin. Born Jan. 16, 1934, in Saul, Ky., she was a daughter of Granville Rice and Amilda Spurlock. She married Noah Jones, and he survives. Other survivors include two sons, Elmer Jones, Deputy, and Paul Jones, Austin; eight brothers, Clifton Rice, Simon Rice, Ernest Rice, Robertson for noon, Tuesday, Oct. 28. qs Bands separate high temperature zones for the day. IT. 1QQ7 a.-..Wa.lliu, Inr I E3 Showers El Rain . ED T-storms m Flurries r TrFS 1 Si JLE! Wednesday partly cloudy. Lows in the middle to upper 30s. Highs 50 to 60. Thursday mostly clear. Lows in the lower to middle 30s. Highs In the 50s. Friday.;. Partly cloudy. Lows In the upper 30s and lower 40s. Highs In the lower 60s. ! Readings indicate previous day's highs and overnight low to 8 a.m. City High Low Precip. Albuquerque., 53 33 .00 Atlanta 71 47 1.32 Atlantic City 53 53 . .79 Austin 62 43 .01 Baltimore. .....50 50 .81 Boston.; ,.47 45 .52 Charleston, S C. .77 68 1.62 Cheyenne ...39 29-, .00 Huffman -Oct. 2, 1997 son, both of Sparksville; a brother, Ray Huffman, Camp-EeHsburg; a half brother, Charles H. Baker, Bedford; a sister, Genevieve Cowles, Val-lonia; 11 grandchildren and seve great-grandchildren. The Rev. Bob Brewer will conduct services at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Hague Funeral Home. Burial with "military rites will be in Dixon Chapel Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. until time of service Tuesday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to Rivervale Chapel. , a daughter, Inamae Aulby, North Vernon; two grandsons, Alan Morrison, West Lafayette and Brian Aulby, North Vernon and two granddaughters, Erin Morrison and Lisa Morrison both of North Vernon. ' She was preceded in death by two brothers, Elvin Hill and Earl Hill, and an infant sister. The Rev. Dan Barringer conducted services today at First Baptist Church, North Vernon. Burial was inWrnonCeme-. tery, Vernon. Memorials may be made through Dove-Sharp & Rudicel Funeral Home to Hospice of Jennings County or the First Baptist Church Building Fund. Rice, Paul Rice and Herman Rice, all of Austin, and William Rice and L.C. Rice, both of Saul, Ky ; two sisters, ftnie VV.imfl I ici.-illfl, Ky- and Ollie Barger, Austin; and four grandchildren. The Rev. Larry Hatton will conduct services at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Shelter for the Sheep, Austin, with burial in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Austin, Friends may call from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. South Bend Lafayette E3 & .Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Readings indicate previous day's high, low and precipitation in past 24 hours ending at 8 a.m.: City . High Low" Precip Chicago. 44 32 1.56 Cincinnati 59 , 39 : .60 Dayton ,:.;........,r.51 35 ,37 Louisville 62 41 .14 St Louis 55 36 .04 Cleveland 46 38 .97 Dallas-Ft Worth... .55 40 .00 Denver ;..37 22 .00 Des Moines 35 19 ,00 Detroit..... ......42 .34 ' .70 Fairbanks .........12 -8 .04 Flagstaff 50 18 .00 Honolulu .'....87 - 73 .04 Houston 56 41 .00 Kansas City ........42 24 .00 Little Rock 57 42 ,00 Los Angeles ..,,.,..82 58 .00 Miami Beach.... .. .86 78 .00 J Thelma E. Hoevener Farr May 6, 1907-Oct. 25, 1997 Thelma E. Hoevener Farr, 90, Crothersville died at 3:15 a.m. SAturday, Oct. 25, 1997, at her home. . Mrs. Farr retired from H. O. Canfield, Seymour, in 1996. She was a member of Bethel Lutheran Church, Austin, and Bethel Lutheran Ladies Aide. Born May 6, 1907, in Jackson County, she was the daughter of Henry and Minnie Kriete Hoevener. She married George Albert Farr Nov. 25, 1925, and he'died on May 1,1947, Survivors include a daughters Mrs. Bobby (Betty) Shirley, Crothersville; three granddaughters, Mrs. Daniel (Kathy) Lakins, Penny Brock Bessie July 13, 1918 - Bessie Akers, 79, of Crothersville, died at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23, 1997, at Scott County Memorial Hospital, Scottsburg. Mrs. Akers was a home-maker. She was of the Baptist faith and attended Lifeline Four Square Church. Born July 13, 1918, in Irvine, Ky., she was a daughter of Samuel and Clara Babb Smith. On Sept. 5, 1936, she married James Akers, who died SepU25, 1987. Survivors include five sons, James D. Akers, Orlando, F!a.; Billy Akers, Paris Crossing; Charley Akers, Deputy; Paul Akers, Sand Springs, Okla , and Garry Akers, Stinnett, Ky.; seven daughters, Joyce Plessinger, Blocher; Clara Campbell, Crothersville; Wanda Grisby, Orlando, Via.; Sherry Colwell, Obihiarv j The Tnhunfl arrpptR r,h;fnarigfc frnm larLc and surrounding area or from persons wrtrt associations in the area. Obituaries from persons not known to The Tribune must be submitted through funeral homes. The information submitted to a funeral home from a family designee will be final. The daily deadline for obituaries is 10 a.m. The deadline for Saturday's paper is 9 p.m. Friday. Photographs may be submrrted with obituaries. Photos must be turned into The Tribune office 9 a.m. Monday through Friday and by 5 p.m. Friday for Saturday's paper. PE3 56 i Fort Wayne 58v 59' indianjpolisj 58 . Q Cloudy T-storms I t JIM,.. ' I Temperature extremes for selected Hoosler cities and precipitation In past 24 hours ending at 7 a.m.: City .......High Low Precip. Evansville ............64 39 .02 Fort Wayne ....., .44 34 ,46 Indianapolis 48 36 .27 South Bend 41 32 02 Milwaukee...... 40 , 30 .42 Mpls-StPaul 38 15 .00 New Orleans .78 52 .01 New York City . ...51 48 .60 Philadelphia 49 . 48 .67 Phoenix ,m . ..74 53 .00 Portland.Ore 54 48 .16 Rapid City 38 23 .00 Salt Lake City 52 32 .00 San Diego..;.. .76 58 .00 San Franciscci ,' , .73 54 ' 00 Seattle..., ,,...53 48 .; .12 Washington, D C . 51 49 76. and Mrs. John (Margie) Self-ridge; six great-grandchildren; two brothers, Roy Hoevener, Brownstown, Wilbur "Hoevener, Crothersville; two sisters, Mabel Hoevener, Brownstown, Mildred Wehrkamp, Seymour. She is preceded In death by a grandson, Keith Scott Holland; one great-granddaughter; two brothers, Lawrence Hoevener and Arther Hoevener; a sister Agnes Brandt. The Rev. Fred Mildenburg-er conducted services at 10:30 a.m. today, Burial was in Emanuel Lutheran Church. Akers Oct 23, 1997 ,L - " . Evansvillel 62 I ' ' yalLoufevillel 60'"! "i LP) ky 1CL- Austin; Janita Pennington, North Vernon; Josie Sawyer, Crothersville; and Debbie Ousley, Austin; 24 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren, and four great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by eight sisters; Lara Estes, Delia Estes, Etta Lovins, Daisy Ingram, Hallie Smith, Eli7.abeth Katherine Smith, Stella Smith and Flo Smith; three brothers, Alfred Smith, -Virgil -Smith -and - Charlie-Smith, and a grandson, Dwaine Akers. The Rev. Jerry Ousley was to conduct services Sunday at Adams Funeral Home, Crothersville. Burial was in Cana Cemetery, Paris Crossing. Memorial contributions may be given to Cana Cemetery. Doliev !

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