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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 28, 1990, Anderson, Indiana A Anderson Herald bulletin a saturday april 28, 1990 deaths William e. Terrell or Alexandria a William e. A Ferrell or 79, 713 w. Monroe St., Aje Kandria died thursday evening at Community Hospital following a Brief ill Ness. He was a i native of ver-1 Sailles ky., and had lived in Alexandria since 1955. He was a licensed auction-1 Leer and watchmaker. He was an army Veteran Terrell of world War ii and was a member of St. Mary s Catholic Church and state auctioneer association. Survivors include his wife Lulu Tharp Terrell one son William e. Terrell or. Of Colorado Springs Colo. One daughter Phyllis a. Terrell of Pendleton nine grandchildren and seven great grand children. Mass of Christian burial will be 10 . Monday at St. Mary s Catholic Church 820 w. Madison St., Alexandria with the Rev. Philip Haslinger officiating. Burial will be in Park View May Call from 3 to 9 . Sunday at Noffze funeral Home 501 n. Harrison St., Alexandria. A Vigil service will be conducted at 7 . Memorial contributions May be made to St. Mary s building fund. Doris e. Rumler Elwood a Doris e. Rumler 82, formerly of 1515 Noble St., died Friday afternoon at mercy Hospital following an extended illness. She was born May 11, 1907, in tells county and lived in the Madison county area most of her life. She retired from Delco Remy fallowing 25 years of service. Survivors include one son Bill Rumler of Elwood two daughters Anna May Lasley of fort Rifle and Evelyn Jean Davis of rips Elyn Fla. One brother paries Hartley of Montpelier eight grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. Services will be 11 . Tuesday funeral Home 1113 s. Anderson St., Elwood. Burial will be in Huntsville cemetery hint Seville. Friends May Call from 2 to 4 arid 7 to 9 . Monday at the funeral Home. Memorial contributions Liiv be made to the Anderson Christian Center or the alzheimer s disease amp related disorders organization through the funeral notices a Alvey Omar f., Elwood a service 11 . Today at Copher amp fester funeral Home 415 s. Anderson St Elwood. Burial in Elwood City cemetery. Holiday Mary Elizabeth 403 country club Lane a service 10 . Today at Rozelle Johnson funeral service 229 s. Angeline Road. Burial in Fairview cemetery Tipton. Snow Arlin a 4512 Columbus ave. A service 10 . Today at Robert d. Loose funeral Home 200 w. 53rd St. Burial in Anderson memorial Park cemetery. Zettel Jeannette Alexandria a mass 11 . Today at St. Mary s Catholic Church 820 w. Madison so Alexandria. Burial in Park View Community a girl to Terry and Terry Ayers Noblesville. C. Geneile Kuhns Pendleton a c. Geneile Clark Kuhns 72, of Pendleton died unexpectedly Early Friday at her residence. She was born in Pendleton May 5,1917, and was a lifelong resident of the Community As a homemaker. She was a member of the tops club 40 if 8, Pendleton circuit Breakers club where she served As Secretary and a 25-year member and past president of american legion auxiliary. Survivors include her Mother Leora Grace Clark of Pendleton two Brothers Charles o. Clark of Alexandria and John Thomas Clark of san Juan Capistrano Calif. And one grandson. Her husband Cecile Kuhns died in 1981, and her son Robert j. Hulse died in 1981. Services will be 1 . Monday at Wilson St. Pierre Bright Chapel 211 e. State St., Pendleton. Burial will be in Grove Lawn cemetery. Friends May Call from 2 to 8 . Sunday at the funeral Home. Herald bulletin Home delivery circulation department 649-4219 Anderson Herald bulletin 1133 Jackson Street. Anderson in 46016 uses 025-280 Assn 0893-908x issued Dally and sunday. Second Doss Polatas paid at Anderson Indiana. Postmaster Sand Andrasa changes to the Anderson Herald bulletin . Box 10m, Anderson in., 4m1s. Subscription rates suggested Sute caption Rales carried delivered 12 25 Pei week. 4 weeks s900. One a non $9 75. 13 weeks 129 25. 26 weeks 458 50. 52 weeks j11 / 00 by mail in us arct 52 a mks $117 00. 26 weeks 56 50. 13 weeks "�42926 Mot sex route6 5 per week additional phones Clas tied ads circulation a eneral news Lii estate Reuh advertising sports. Swill Tanaid 649-5201 649-4218 649-9209, 649-4296 649-9206 649-01 &3 649-9207 643-5371 special service if you should miss your Herald Bull t tin a a subscriber who tails to receive a daily copy of he Herald bulletin should phone 649-4218 Totore 11am daily corrections the Anderson Herald bulletin strives earnestly to report the news without error but when a mistake of substance occurs. The Herald bulletin will Correct the error promptly and with it regrets ii you wish to report a Tactual error in a news item please Call 643-53/1 or Sutinis your request in writing the correction will be published on Page 2 of the next publication for errors in advertising material please Call 649-0153 retail or 649-5201 classified Quot advertising acceptance policy of Anderson newspapers inc any advertising uttered by any person to any employee or agent of this newspaper is subject to final acceptance by the publisher at any time prior to distribution of the newspaper the publisher reserves the right to refund any Money paid and to reject any Otter to advertise Quot National a lathe k the acc Sathar forecast for noon. Saturday. April 28. Unt show nah 0010 we Steno Hay a momus we a. Me <$&Quot"5 is is g3 e2 Esi s o a Coq Nom Low a Nonam we Mamm Auw a a not a a Matt clo Jot Clodor outside today s weather mostly Cloudy and cooler with an 80 percent Chance of thunderstorms. Highs from the lower to Middle 70s. Partly Cloudy and cooler tonight with a 60 percent Chance of thunderstorms. Lows in the Middle 50s. Partly Cloudy sunday. Highs from the lower to Middle 70s. Anderson s High Friday 85� 29� c Low 63� 17� c. Outlook Lenora s. Paynter Lenora s. Paynter 80, 1833 e. Eighth St., died Friday afternoon at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. Arrangements Are pending at Brown amp Butz funeral Home. Thunderstorms to bring end to sunny Days by the associated press showers and thunderstorms will fall across the state today bringing an end to five straight warm and sunny Days. The 30-Day forecast for the month of May released by the National weather service Friday Calls for near Normal to slightly below Normal temperatures and near Normal precipitation across the state. On Friday the Mercury soared to 84 degrees in Indianapolis and South Bend tying the record highs for the Date in both cities. The previous readings were set in Indianapolis in 1962 and 1986 and in 1986 in South Bend. Indianapolis recorded five consecutive Days this week with High temperatures of at least 80 de Grees. Church news partly sunny and mild monday and tuesday with a Chance of thundershowers both Days. Lows monday and tuesday morning from the Middle 50s to the lower 60s highs from the Middle 70s to the Middle 80s. Partly sunny and cooler wednesday with a Chance of thunderstorms. Lows wednesday morning from the Middle 40s to the Middle 50s highs from the Middle 60s to the Middle 70s. Elsewhere bar the Anaeta prot Fitta Taip Elwa Matte Penl i Day Klyk us mme pm Ira bar the Anaeta prot Fitta Taip Elwa Matte Penl i Day Klyk us mme pm Ira . W be pit Ouk Albany by m cd Albuquerque _ 71 a Clr a Minillo m a cd Antonge _ 54 a cd Asti Enile w a b in Atlanta m �?�1 cd Atlantic City a. M s3 cd Austin Clr Baltimore. �1 n m Billings _ m 31 is Birmingham m a Ody Bismarck. 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Fellowship saturday features Edwards the Anderson chapter of the full gospel business men will feature Bobby Edwards As guest speaker during the May 5 Fellowship saturday. Edwards is a truck body Spray Painter from Randolph county. Dinner is by reservation Only and will be served at 6 30 . At Linder s on the Pointe 5408 Pendleton ave. The meeting is open to the Public and will begin at 7 30 . For further information and to make a reservation phone 649-2171.lengthy Agenda awaits acs boar trustees of colors for school by Gregory fanning he staff writer trustees of Hamilton Southeastern schools spent just five minutes deciding on the colors for the outside of their new elementary school during their regular meeting recently. Quot that s very unusual Quot said Charles Leonard superintendent of the Hamilton county school corporation. Quot once they looked at the options they did t have trouble deciding on the trustees agreed on a Bronze roof and doors Brick of various shades of Brown and Sandstone accents on the insulating material Between the roof and the Brick. The new school called new Britton elementary school is scheduled to be opened in the fall of 1991 at 131st Street and lantern Road North of Fishers. Its construction is necessary because of population growth in the Fishers area. More than 2,800 students Are attending Hamilton Southeastern schools. In a related matter the Board agreed to acquire three portable classrooms at $35,000 each for one of its four elementary schools. Leonard said the corporation is using three portable classrooms and plans to acquire seven More portable classrooms before next school year. Many of those portable classrooms will be set up at the Middle school Ball state University consultants told trustees earlier this school year that the corporation should consider building a second Middle school. In other matters Leonard announced that an on going Survey reveals More people favor the nine week grading period Over the six week grading period. Hamilton Southeastern schools went to a nine week grading period this school year. Steve Sylvester county Council paid political and Anderson Community schools trustees will tackle a lengthy Agenda when they meet for the first time in Over a month monday. The Public meeting is scheduled to begin at 7 30 . At the administration Center 30 w. 11th St the Board is expected to discuss plans for the vocational education child care program for next school year. Staff members involved in that program will give a presentation to Board members. Staff members will also report on the accreditation status for the school corporation. The state Board of education and the Indiana department of education Are involved in approving accreditation status. Trustees will consider the retirement of five teachers and the Early retirements of 10 other instructors and two non certified staff members. Juveniles Topie today at bus Quot juveniles in jeopardy a focus on education and advocacy Quot is scheduled 9 30 . To 3 30 . Today at Ball state University. The program sponsored by the Indiana league of women voters will feature Diane Shea of the association of Indiana counties Deborah Thurston of the juvenile Justice task Force and Christian Debruyn a Deputy commissioner with the Indiana department of correction. Keynote speaker will be Virginia Dill Mccarty chairman of the Indiana Board of correction. Lev members said Indiana has evaded compliance with the juvenile Justice and delinquency prevention act of 1974 and juveniles continue to be jailed with adults and placed at physical and emotional risk. Cost of the conference in the University student Center is 918, which includes conference materials and lunch. Free parking is available on the Ball state Campus. Lotteries re elect Wayne e. Redding acs school Board Madison Heights Districl-2 paid political and make your work More 12.875% a or investment planning tax advantage. 100% guaranteed Call Jim Hunt-642-1495south Madison school patrons school Board candidate forum wednesday May 2,7 00 . Pendleton Heights High school rooms 101-102 question amp answer session. Will address upcoming election issues re ask attend cares ? we do hurting01&Quot re do to ice in a .u,.vs�me�ne is there san a a Genu Quot nday Cem it ratio Quot Jpn a . Evening pastor John Paul Clark t m / to free Meflia Offet of lurch a 3017 West 8th Street Andrem in 46011 317 642-5315 the Board is expected to be asked to consider a Resolution authorizing advertising to receive proposals for transportation services for the 1990 summer school program. Or. Thomas l. Neat will also make a recommendation for the Board to approve the negotiation team for the trustees. Illinois Springfield apr daily games of pick Foar -94-8 utile lotto 11-14-17-21-35. Estimated lotto Jackpot is million. Ohio Cleveland a pick 3 numbers pm pick4 numbers 94-0-2. Michigan Detroit a Dally lottery 2-0-8 daily-4 2-9-9-3 Reno numbers 8, 8, 12. 23, 27. 31. 32, 3�, 42, 43, 45, 49, 51,52,53,5�, 57,58,81,70,71,74. Kentucky Louisville a keat Ocky Cash game --2. 2 for 1 eyeglasses \ plus an extra 20 off \ i buy 1 pair of eyeglasses at i opt Mart and get a 2nd pair free i All frames in Stock included i in this special offer clip a save expires 4/30/90 Contact lenses $4995 for Only 49&Quot you get 1 pair of super comfortable Cooper thin lenses. Other contacts at Low Low prices. Clip a save Auto workers amp others covered under vision insurance us your insurance to take advantage of these great specials. A a Mart Eye Laid a Upreti Eye examinations available at optic Art by or. Richard Kautzman Independent doctor olt optometry 2213 St. Re. 9 next to radio Shack 649-1400thank you Volunteer for the extra love you provide our residents from Community care Center of Anderso Csc 1235 w. Cross str a a 644-6230

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