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-" ' I TT1 1" "f T . 1 '" "I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I 1 I t y t II 1 u 11 V II W VI. 1 Alexandria Times Tribune, Wednesday. Mav 8, 1985 PAGE 9 YOUNG LIFE is a new Christian group involv ing high school students which began in Alexandria about a month ago. On April 30, the students met at the home of Dave Libler and were led in singing by Brachen McCurdy, pictured above. The group was begun by Anderson attorney Leslie Davisson. According to Davisson, Young Life is a non-denominational group which encourages students to attend church. Young Life was founded by Jim Rayburn in the Forties on the philosophy of reaching students on their own turf, and not at Sunday school. Once per month the Alexandria group meets with a larger group of Young Life members in Anderson. In the other weeks the group meets at different houses. The group is currently collecting money to attend a summer camp at Frontier Ranch in Colorado. Last Saturday the group met at Beulah Park to paint in order to raise monev for the camp. The city supplied the paint. A typical meeting includes songs and sits with the students, and, a talk by a member of Young Life, (photo by Stephen Dick) i YOUTHS RAISED FUNDS FOR COMMUNITY CENTER last week when they canvassed the city selling huge beach towels and suntan lotion. Robin Leming, director, said that 50 percent of the proceeds will go towards meeting the center's operating expenses, and the other half will support projects that the youths' will vote on later. Modeling the tiger and "Panama Jack" towels are: (left to right) Richard Mead, Eddie McDaniel and Robin Leming. (photo by Linda Ferris) Obituaries MAUD GOODWIN' Maud Goodwin, 98, formerly of Alexandria, died April 9 at "St. John's Medical Center. She was a member o( the First United Methodist Church in Alexandria and was formerly active in the Alexandria Club and Art Circle. Survivors include two sons, Richard M. Goodwin of Anderson, and Stuart Goodwin of Mattoon, 111. ; a daughter, Mrs. John (Jennie) Jones of Paradise, Calif.; 11 grandchildren; and several greatgrandchildren. Services were conducted May 2 at Noffze Funeral Home in Alexandria with Rev. Emmett Anderson officiating. Burial followed at Park View Cemetery. JOYCE NORTHERN TIPTON Joyce A . (Smith) Northern, 48, died April 30 at Tipton County Memorial Hospital after an illness of several months. Local survivors include a brother, Marvin Smith of Alexandria. Services were conducted May 2 at Dunnichay Funeral Home in Elwood with Revs- Jim, Stone and George Morrisett officiating. Burial followed at Park View Cemetery in Alexandria. PHYLLIS HOLLINGSWORTH MARKLEVILLE Phyllis Joan (Ansberry) Hollingsworth, 52, died MEMORIAL WEATHS SPECIAL PRICE ABOVE SILK SADDLE 47.99 ABOVE SILK BUSH '1.99 each Other Saddles 7.99 up Crcser2.99 up Wreaths '3.99 up Many other Items SEE AT 10S TYLER STREET, ALEXANDRIA HOURS: Monday thru Saturday 9 to 6, Sunday 1 to 5 -5 t April 28 at St. John's Medical Center after a one-year illness. Local survivors inlcude a stepdaughter. Zula Hudson of Alexandria. Services were conducted May 2 at Robert D. LooSe Funeral Home in Anderson with Revs. Roy Norville and Ed Wilkinson officiating. Burial followed at Anderson Memorial Park Cemetery. HARRY SOUTHWICK J, IMERNESS, , Fla Harry Southwick, 66. former Alexandria resident, died April 29 at Citrus Memorial Hospital. He was the son of Robert C. and Sadie A. Southwick. He was a retired Navy Chief Petty Officer, serving during World Wair II and the Korean conflict. After retiring he made his home in Minnesota and later moved to Florida. He is survived by his wife, Georgia (Nelson) Southwick; a brother, John "Bus" Southwick of Alexandria; and a sister. Mrs. Ralph (Ruth) Jones of Alexandria; 'and several nieces and nephews. CHARLES VAN HORN ANDERSON Charles A. "Tony" Van Horn. 27. died Sunday at his home. A native of Elwood, he had resided in Anderson for the past 10 years. A. Survivors include his mother, Carolyn (Moon) Van Horn of Ander-son; his father, Jesse A. Van Horn of Alexandria; three sisters, Leslie Hunter of Kokomo, Cheryl Van Horn of Alexandria, and Annette Van Horn of Anderson; his maternal grandmother, Hazel Moon of Eudora, Ark.; his paternal grandmother , Nora Van Horn of Elwood; several aunts and uncles; a niece and nephew.. Services will be conducted today at 10 a.m. at Robert D. Loose Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Anderson Memorial Park Cemetery. JOHN TRICE ANDERSON John D. Trice. 68, died Monday a this home after an extended illness. Local-survivors include a sister, w and Why Pay 20, 21, or 22 Months when you can OWN your appliance, TV or VCR in 1st Rent FREE (with a 2 WMfc minimum ranta on sny Whirlpool Wesher or Dryer Whirlpool OPEMISOa.-THURS.10-7 1 FRI. 10-9, SAT. 10-5 -"I Panorama Cwtiu 2S23 E. 1EJi CL f ' V 2blkt,Eastot1C3EyPta Hpnor SENIORS Superior Lisa Bryan Gary Buck Mike Courtney c Theresa Flecker Mamie Long Regular Anne Beardsley . Jennifer Collis Suzi Foster Matt Hensley Julie Howerton RickHueston Annette Miller Jeff Miller Monty Pierce Sheila Pratt P.J.Pulliam Paula Schmidt Jeff Spreen Dave Warner Deanne White JUNIORS Superior Fred Cummins Beverly Rector Julie Richardson Kelly Rodgers Andrea Rybplt Regular Don Alexander Honor EIGHTH GRADE SUPERIOR Brandon Allen, Heather Rybolt, Traci Thomas, Brent Yeagy. REGULAR Shane Byrd, Laura China, Angie Cooper, Staci Cooper, Marcy Crist, Amy Dyer, Amy Eden. Craig Eden, Jamey Glass, Darin Haas, Doug Hieatt, Jill Hight, Paul Honeycutt. Tammy Jones, Erin Led-ford, Chris Legg, Kris Lockwood, Sherry Malicoat, Jonathan Mercer, Stacie Moneyhun, Jim Morehead. Jeff Murray, Chad Phipps, Jenny Richardson, Brent Savage, Renee Saathoff, Jay B. Silvey. Sabrina Slone, Traci Smith, Richard Stamper, Kevin Stout, Velda Teague, and Jason Van Erman. HONORABLE MENTION Brodie, Brown, Kristen Coahran, "Jodie Davis, Ryan Day, David Gaines. Toni Heaton, Jeremy Johnson, Staci Keffaber, Tony Knapp, Jason LeMaster, Dawn Lewis, Michelle Lindley, Mark Long, Mark Poe. Chris Rohrbaugh. Mindy Skaggs, Derek Thurston, and Stacy Warren. SEVENTH GRADE SUPERIOR - Danielle Hahn. Julie Hieatt, Julie Holloway, Deanne Paddock, and Dawn Whitaker. REGULAR Dan Clarkson, Michelle Eden, James Hammock, Michelle Huse, Jody Martin, Kristen Mrs. Betty Silvey of Summityille; and a brother, Marvin Trice of Orestes. Services will be conducted Thursday at Park Place Church of God with pastor Don Johnson, assisted by Dr. Gene Newberry, officiating. Burial will follow at East Maplewood Cemetery. JLT Think mwm 10L103. 07 LGSS VM's roll Doris Bir v Chris Courtney ; Craig Libler KimLinder Barry Morphew Missy Mottweiler Lisa Poe Steve Ryan Michelle Schott . Annetta Spreen Lora Tulowitzky Jami Warner Dale Waymire Scott Woodruff Tabby Yoder SOPHOMORES f Superior Wanda Bowmer Claudine Brooks Melissa Cooper AnissaFox Alan Holding Melinda Hunter Amy King Joyann McClish Gary McCord Denise Overton Lisa Tulowitzky Regular John Barrett . Melissa Brisco Michael Brisco Scott Brown roll Montgomery. Angie Parkhurst, Lisa Parton. Sally Ross. Monica Rudy. Roy Shultz. Brady Smith. Jeannie Stafford. Chris Stanley. Janice Teague, Mama Thiele. Lynn Tuite. and Jenny Urban. HONORABLE MENTION Lee Bryant. Ron Clabaugh. Krista Cone. -HeidftDavis, Shelly Farmer. John Gaines, David Granger. Chris Jones. Susan Matthew, Jeff Moore. Michael Morehead, Lisa Phillips, Tammy Remy. Lea Smock, Jeromy Troxell, Danette Stewart, Chad Van Horn, and Jackie West. SIXTH GRADE - SUPERIOR Jamie Avant. Jenny Lundy, Jenny Morris, April Rush, Kim Stout, and Dayna Hess. In Service BENJAMIN DAVIDSON Benjamin Scott Davidson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Davidson, Rt. 5, Frankton, enlisted in the United States Air Force's Delayed Enlistment Program recently, according to TSgt Smith, Air Force Recruiter located at 1012 Main St., Anderson. He is a June 1985 graduate of Frankton High School and is scheduled for enlistment in the Regular 'Air Force in December, 1985. Upon graduation from the Air Force's six-week basic training course, he. will receive technical training in the general aptitude area. He will be earning credits toward an Associate of Applied Science Degree through the Community College of the Air Force while attending AVENUE OF FLAGS Park View Cemetery Tl i The flage on the AVENUE represent veterans of the Spanish American War, World War i. World War lllhe Korean Conflict and the Viet Nam Conflict. Most of these Tffgs displayed today were draped on Veterans' caskets. Park View Cemetery takes great pleasure in making available this AVENUE OF FLAGS in honor of veterans in this vicinity. We feel this is a very appropriate tribute to our veterans and servicemen. We appreciate your cooperation in letting us use this priceless in this AVENUE. possession displayed. Ffcjs brought to tha Noffze Funarel lies will be marked with the veterans name and will be placed on a pole with a plaque stating the veterans name, date of birth, date of death and branch of service. The veteran need not be interred at Park View Cemetery to be in-eluded in the Avenue of Flags, If you wish your flag to be picked up please call 724-44SS. Doug Dole April Foster ? , . Mark Johnson i Kim Miller Tricia Plake Mary Rastetter Rechelle Snipe Christopher Stout KelleTrissel FRESHMEN Superior David Adams Tricia Dickson Melinda Hannah Jennifer Harville Michelle Key Jeff Libler Chuck Tuite Chip Van Ness Regular Chad Bock Diana Deavers Ronald Gullion Jeffery Hamilton Brian Hunter Monica Long Nick Masters Larry Oliver Julie Pratt Willie Reasor Paul Sizelove Patricia Thurber Brett Womack REGULAR Kyle Aiman. Kandi Bivens, Eric Caldwell, "Bruce Decker, Adam DeVoe, Jim Dickson. Robyn Gross, Tracey Holloway. Nicole Hooten, Heather Jackley. Darrin Key. Michael Lawrence, Michelle LeMaster. Stacey Mack', Vicki Mitchener. Karri Nelson. Tracy Pine, Joe Stafford. Cherie Tulowitzky. andKendel Walter. HONORABLE MENTION - Julie Adams, Deanna Anderson.- Debbie Clabaugh. Amy Clark. Travis Garrett. Jeff Martin. Kara Montgomery. Julie Noggle. Chris Peek. Damon Plackard, Jim Reismiller. Monica Richardson. Debbie Roesler. Chris Thomas, and Chris Woodsides. basic training and other Air Force" Techinical Training Schools. AIRMAN JEFFREY DEVERS Airman Jeffrey A. Devers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl V. Devers. Rt. 1, Alexandria, has graduated from the U.S. Air Force pavement maintenance course at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. During the course, students were taught maintenance procedures for aircraft runways, roads, parking areas and railroad tracks. They also earned credits toward an associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Devers is scheduled to serve with the 554th Civil Engineering Squardron at Osan Air Force Base, South Korea. He is a 1983 graduate of Wes-Del High School. MEMORIAL DAY Dedicated to the memory of those who served their, country. Let those who come after, see that these veterans shall not be forgotten. They sought not glory, but their country's good. The" flags are stored, when not MkAaAAAA4aAAA4liMiAiaAAiiJaAi

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