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2 The Reporter-Times Monday, January 3, 2000 Betty Brummett Helene Harris Helene Lucille (Jordan) Harris, Lottery Numbers INDIANA Selected Friday Daily Three: 6-1-9; Daily Four: 9-9-9-5; Lucky Five: 27-29-34-35-36; Cash 4 Life Numbers: 2-22-36-55. Selected Saturday Daily Three: 9-1-9; Daily Four: 1-8-3-2; Lucky Five: 13-16-21-28-29; Lotto: 12-26-28-36-37-48; Cash 4 Life Numbers: 6-42-54-86; Powerball: 9-1 3-23-36-45; powerball: 39. Selected Sunday Daily Three: 6-4-9; Daily Four: 0-3-1-0; Lucky Five: 4-20-25-32-33; Cash 4 Life Numbers: 7-43-58-91. ILLINOIS Selected Sunday Pick Three: 9-6-9; Pick Four: 5-7-2-0. KENTUCKY Selected Sunday Pick Three: 3-8-1 Pick Four: 8-5-5-0; Cash Five: 2-6-20-24-25.
Betty Joan Brummett, 64, of Bloomington, died from natural causes at 1 p.m. Dec. 30, 1999, at her residence. Born April 11, 1935, in Monroe County, she was the daughter of Milton and Mary Dale (Baugh) Pitman. She married Richard E.
Brummett June 27, 1953. He survives. Mrs. Brummett was employed at Wal-Mart in Bloomington. Other survivors include one son, Steven R.
Brummett of Bloomington; a daughter, Shelly Brummett-Powell of Spencer; a brother, Bobby Gene Pitman of Bloomington; and a sister, Mary Lou Graves of Bloomington. The service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Costin Funeral Chapel. The Rev. Steve Wesner will officiate.
Burial will be in Mount Pleasant Cemetery at Monroe County. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral chapel. Willie M. Rohl 84, of Plainfield, died from natural causes Dec.
31, 1999, at her residence. Born Nov. 24, 1915, in Lafayette, she was the daughter of Russell Frank and Georgia Marie (Hardy) Jordan. She married Woodrow "Woody" Wilson Harris July 14, 1956. He died Nov.
10, 1996. Mrs. Harris was a receptionist five years for Richard Jordan, DDS, in Irvington, and an interior decorator five years for Arlington Fabric Shop in Indianapolis. She was a member of the Irvington Presbyterian Church. Survivors include nieces and nephews.
A brother, Richard H. Jordan, preceded her in death. The graveside service and burial was 11 a.m. today at Fairfield Friends Cemetery in Friendswood. Carlisle Son Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements.
Lottie Lane and Macie Long, preceded him in death. The service will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at Neal Summers Mortuary. There will be a private committal service at Nebo Memorial Park Cemetery in Martinsville. There are no calling hours.
Memorial contributions may be made to the St. John United Methodist Church, 3214 Grand Prix Drive, Sebring, FL 33872. Geneva Nowlin Geneva Lewis Nowlin, 95, of Camby, died Jan. 3, 2000, in Miller's Merry Manor Nursing Home at Mooresville. The daughter of George and Emma (Jones) Lewis, she was born July 9, 1904, in Franklin County, Ind.
She married Oakey H. Nowlin July 22, 1930, and he died Jan. 17, 1975. Mrs. Nowlin attended Indiana Business College in Indianapolis.
She was a homemaker most of her life and had owned and operated Nowlin's Antiques in her home from 1960 to 1965. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Mooresville. Survivors include a son, Oakey B. Nowlin of Indianapolis; and three grandchildren. The graveside services and burial will be 11 a.m.
Thursday at Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis. The Rev. Gene Young will officiate. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Carlisle Son Funeral Chapel in Mooresville.
Memorial contributions may be made to NARSAD Research, 60 Cutter Mill Road, Suite 404, Great Neck, NY 11021. Lyle C. Plummer Lyle C. Plummer, 57, of Martinsville, died from natural causes at 2:12 An error was made in report- William ing the service of Mrs. Willie M.
Rohl in Friday's Reporter-Times. HdlclcrSOn FOR THE RECORD dren and six great-grandchildren. Two brothers, Ted and Kenneth Elmore, and two sisters, Virginia Elmore and Betty Jean Elmore, preceded her in death. The service will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at Costin Funeral Chapel.
Burial will be in Shumaker Cemetery in Eminence. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral chapel. Wesley J. Wagers Wesley J.
Wagers, 15, Monrovia, died Dec. 30, 1999. The son of Mark and Ladora Wagers West, he was a ninth grade student at Plainfield High School. He was a member of Mount Gilead Church in Mooresville. Other survivors include two sisters, Amy Sue and Michelle Lynn West; two grandmothers, Susan Schelgel and Patricia Ann Evans; and two great-grandmothers, Mary Ann Bocheneck and Orpha Doyle.
The service was 11 a.m. today at Hall-Baker Funeral Home in Plainfield. Burial was in Lincoln Memory Gardens in Whitestown. Pastor Charles Earl The service for Pastor Charles Floyd Earl was 9:30 a.m. Dec.
31, 1999, at Costin Funeral Chapel. The Rev. Burt Brock officiated. Pastor Earl died Monday at The Waters of Martinsville. The Rev.
Brock read a poem, "Father's Love," and a reading written by Brenda Earl titled "Your Dad." Pianist Debbie Wilson accompanied Carol Piety, Lynn Becker, Lynn Zook and Denise Earl as they sang "Old Rugged Cross" and "How Great Thou Art." Mary Brock, pianist, accompanied the quartet as they sang the "In The Garden Medley." The quartet sang "Serenaded by Angels" to a taped accompaniment. A tape was played of the song, written by Pastor Earl, "Wonder of Wonders." Another taped selection was "Statue of Liberty." Pallbearers were Ronald F. Earl, Charles E. Earl, Lt. Col.
Dr. David A. Earl, Joseph A. Earl, Elaine A. Keller and Dr.
Michael E. Keller. Burial was in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens in Greenwood. Military graveside service was conducted by the Greenwood American Legion. Mrs.
Rohl name was incorrectly listed as Mrs. William M. Rohl. Douglas Coleman ficiate. Friends may call from 1 to 8 p.m.
today and 11 a.m. until service time Monday at the mortuary. Entombment will be in Nebo Memorial Park Mausoleum in Martinsville. Memorial contributions may be made to Morgan County Cancer Society, P.O. Box 1127, Martinsville, IN 46151 or Vista Care Hospice Foundation, 2601 Fortune Circle Drive East, Suite 105B, Indianapolis, IN 46241 (a nonprofit organization achieved by memorial contributions).
Alma Schavey Alma "Agnes" Schavey, 89, of Greenwood, died Dec. 31, 1999, at Community South Hospital. She had been in failing health for the past several years and most recently resided at the Greenwood Convalescent Center. She was the sister of the late Pansy "Peg" Gray and Virgil Baugh, both formerly residing in Martinsville. She was the last survivor of 10 children of the Baugh family.
Born Aug. 2, 1910, in Monroe County in the Pleasant View Community, she was the daughter of Walter and Rebecca (Riddle) Baugh. She first married George Montgomery, who is deceased. Later she married Emery Schavey, who is also deceased. Mrs.
Schavey attended Unionville High School in her early years. She was employed for many years at the William H. Block Co. in Indianapolis, and also for the city of Indianapolis. She was of the Baptist Faith.
Survivors include two daughters, Anna May Shaw of New Whiteland and Ruth Hartman of Greenwood; two sons, CO. Montgonery of New Palestine and David Montgomery of Chicago, several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Preceding her in death were six other brothers, Ephraim, Forest, Alvin, Kenneth, John and Glen Baugh, and another sister, Pauline Boggs. Survivors in the local area are nieces and nephews, Sheila Gray, Delores Hawkins, Maxine Edwards and Keith Gray. The service will be 2:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the G.H. Herrmann Funeral Home, 5141 Madison Indianapolis. Burial will be in Round Hill Cemetery on South Meridian Street in Indianapolis. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
Irma L. Summers Irma L. Summers, 72, of Quincy, died at 6:32 p.m.. Dec. 30, 1999, at Morgan County Memorial Hospital Emergency Room.
Born May 20, 1927, in Putnam County, she was the daughter of Cecil Elmore and Laura (Smith) Price. She married Lewis F. Summers Jan. 18, 1942. He died Jan.
9, 1989. Mrs. Summers was a home-maker and a member of the Eminence Christian Church. Survivors include three sons, Steve Summers of Florida, Tim Summers of Indianapolis and Shannon Summers of Eminence; three daughters, Kathy Fleehearty of Plainfield, Aleta Schaus of Indianapolis and Melissa Thomas of Spencer; two brothers, Thomas Elmore of Brazil and John William Elmore of Florida; 11 grandchil- William Russell Henderson, 81, of Clayton, died from natural causes at 7:10 p.m. Jan.
1, 2000, at Clayton. He had lived in Clayton since 1950. Born April 7, 1918, in Liberty, he was the son of George and Eugenia (Mason) Henderson. He married Irene Goad Nov. 27, 1937.
She survives. Henderson worked as a furnace man for Stokely Van Camp in Indianapolis for 25 years. He retired in 1973. He attended the Monrovia Nazarene Church, Mount Olive Country Chapel in Wilbur and the Willow Grove Nazarene Church in Monrovia. Other survivors include a daughter, Shirley Phelps of Clayton; a son, Tom Henderson of Plainfield; a sister, Beatrice Minton of Phoenix, three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren and 65 foster children.
The service will be 11 a.m. Wednesday at Jones Family Mortuary in Mooresville. Brian Fleener and Don Richards will officiate. Burial will be in Mount Pleasant Cemetery at Hall. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m.
Tuesday at the mortuary. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Dewey E. Lane Dewey Eugene "Gene" Lane, 80, of Sebring, a.m. Dec.
31, 1999, at his residence. He had been ill for the past several months. He had lived all of his life in Morgan County. The son of Local interest stock prices from Edward D. Jones Co.
(Gary Melladv Co.) Cum 46 516 dn 2, IPL 16 316 dn .875, LLY 65.750 dn .750, WMT 66 3 16 dn 2 1516, KM 9 1316 dn .25, GM 73 1116 up 1, Ford 52 516 dn 1, DCX 75.375 dn 2.625, UAL 78 116 up .50, IBM 114.125 up 6.25, GNCI 24 13 16 unch, JCP 19 1316 dn .125, KR 19 up .125, CIN 23 916 dn .375, ARV 27.750 dn .625, KO 56.875 dn 1375, MCD 39.125 dn 1 316, PEP 35.125, and CNC17 j16dn .625. Beech Grove Indiana grain midday prices: Wheat 2.07, corn 1.90, soybeans 4.49. Stock market has no Y2K troubles NEW YORK (AP) The U.S. stock market opened without any reported Year 2000 technical troubles today, and quickly resumed the trading pattern that dominated 1999 technology stocks dramatically outperformed the broader market. In the first hour of trading on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average was down 11.25 at 11,485.87.
Broader stock indicators were mixed. The Standard Poor's 500 index was down 4.55 at 1,464.70. But the Nasdaq composite soared at the opening bell, rising more than 100 points initially before dropping back to a gain of 36.80 to 4,106.11. The Nasdaq capped an extraordinary year on Friday by rising to a closing record that left it with a gain of 85.6 percent for the year. Today, the technology-driven Nasdaq rose on the strength of Commerce One, up 8 12 to 205, and JDS Uniphase, up 6 1116 at 168.
U.S. markets might have struggled had financial markets around the world faltered due to Year 2000-related computer problems. But after a weekend of testing, many of the markets that opened for trading today were running smoothly. Market indexes in Singapore and Hong Kong quickly rose to new records. EAST LANSING, Mich.
(AP) Here is Monday's Indiana hog and sow market: Hogs were 1.00 higher, ranging from 42.50-47.50. Sows were steady, ranging from 21.00-34.00. Douglas L. Coleman, 42, of Houston, Texas, died from natural causes Dec. 30, 1999, in Houston.
He had lived in Houston for one year, moving from Indianapolis. Born July 20, 1957, in Indianapolis, he was the son of Charles L. and Shirley Ann (Jones) Coleman, who survive in Camby. Coleman was a 1975 graduate of Decatur Central High School. For the past two months, Coleman was a driver for the Yellow Cab-Metro Life Co.
in Houston. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy. Other survivors include twin brothers, Donald and Dennis Coleman of Indianapolis; one sister, Sherri McElroy of Indianapolis; and a grandmother, Elsie L. Jones of Camby.
The service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Jones Family Mortuary. The Rev. Paul Mooney will officiate. Burial will be in Fairfield Cemetery at Camby.
Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today and 1 to 2 p.m. Tuesday at the mortuary. Memorial contributions may be made to Indiana Organ Procurement. Eva Dwyer Eva (Bolton) Russell Dwyer, 90, of Martinsville, died from natural causes at 8:30 p.m.
Dec. 30, 1999, at her residence. Born May 23, 1909, in Lawrence County, she was the daughter of Charles and Lenore (DeFord) Bolton. She married Raymond Russell July 19, 1938. He died Oct.
5, 1987. She married Clarence Albert Dwyer Feb. 5, 1991. He died Oct. 6, 1995.
Mrs. Dwyer retired from RCA in Bloomington, where she was a line worker and shop steward. She attended Mount Olive Country Chapel in Martinsville. Survivors include a son, Bud Russell of Martinsville; a daughter, Rosanne Russell of Martinsville; one brother, Norman Bolton of Texas; two sisters, Jewell Neighbors of Sun City, and Marie Freeman of Bedford; six grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and one great-greatgrandchild. One daughter, Jean Fulford; four brothers, Wayne, Charles, Reginald and Basil Bolton; four sisters, Louise Porter, Clara Gardner Kelsey, Betty Bex and Daphney Chapman, and one grandchild, preceded her in death.
The memorial service will be 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at Mount Olive Coutryy Chapel. Bro. Brian Fleener.
Bro. Everett Van Winkle and Bro. Nick Goodman will officiate. Friends may call from 11 a.m. until service time Saturday at the church.
died Dec. 28, 1999, at The Palms Healthcare in Sebring, Fla. He had lived in Florida since 1988, moving from Morgan County. Morgan Co. Hospital Dec.
30, 1999 Admissions Lyle D. Wilson of Martinsville. Dismissals Robert R. Bennett, Timothy Evan Couch, Christi Hicks and infant daughter, Helen G. Sichting, Mikendra Shay Trimble and Lyle D.
Wilson. Dec. 31, 1999 Admissions Dorothy D. Newman of Martinsville. Dismissals Shawnda L.
Hamblen and infant son, and Melvin L. Schnurpel. Jan. 1, 2000 Daryl L. Grubb of Martinsville.
Dismissals CONTINUED ON PAGE 6 Orlie C. Plummer, deceased, and Edith H. (Sichting) Plummer, Bradenton, he was bom April 8, 1942, in Morgan County. He married Myra Walls Dec. 9, 1967.
She survives. Plummer attended Martinsville High School. He was a truck driverheavy equipment operator. He most recently worked for Broyer Trucking in Martinsville for approximately three to four years. He also worked for Waverly Sand Gravel, Dalton Trucking and Lawyer Trucking, all in Morgan County.
He was a member of the Morgan County and Brown County Antique Machinery Association. He served with the Indiana National Guard from 1959 to 1967. He enjoyed his children and grandchildren and his hobbies were restoring and showing antique tractors. Other survivors include one son, Doug Plummer of Martinsville; two daughters, Chinesa Sebastian of Martinsville and Debra Stacy of Shirley, one stepson, Barry Johnson of Terre Haute; one brother, Ronald Plummer of Okeechobee, one sister, Linda Alley of Bradenton, and 12 grandchildren, all at home, Ashley and Jessica Plummer, Kelsey and Ryan Sebastian, Paul and Katelyn Huff, Katelin and Jacob Stacy, and Anthony, Paige, Josh and Holly Johnson. The service will be 1 p.m.
Tuesday at Neal Summers Mortuary. The Rev. Paul Scott will of- The son of Joe and Anna (Maggard) Lane, he was born March 15, 1920, in Indianapolis. He married Betty Boltz in 1991. She survives in Sebring.
Lane was the previous owner operator of the Hilltop Market in Martinsville, and also worked at Waverly Inn Restaurant in Morgan County for approximately 10 years. He was a member of St. John United Methodist Church in Sebring. He was a lifetime member of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars, both in Martinsville, and Woodhaven Estates Bowling Team and Friday Seniors Bowling League. He was a veteran of the U.S.
Army. Other survivors include a stepson, Charles DeMott of Martinsville; three stepdaughters, Eleanor Witt of Mooresville, Cynthia Yoder of New Palestine and Nancy Hev of Indianapolis; one sister, Helen Reynolds of Martinsville; two brothers, Joe Lane of Cape Coral, and Marvin Lane of Mooresville; and nine grandchildren. Three brothers, Charles, Jack and Harvey Lane, and two sisters 1 Morgan County Memorial Hospital Oncology Services I Offering Extended Clinic Hours beginning on: I January 9, 2000 Clinic Hours; Monday and Tuesday 8am-4pm Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8am-6pm ABcrrtKLcrc' A BETTER YAY 2209 John R. Wooden Dr. P.O.
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