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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 12, 1999, Anderson, Indiana A2 sunday december 12,1999 a the Herald bulletin Page designed by Joe Baker phone 622-1212 ext 4565 readers guide she feral amp isl latin Thomson a i Vitin Al Foo who newspaper 1133 Jackson St. Anderson in 46015-1090 hours of operation a 8 .-5 Monday Friday Central Indiana online a numbers to know general a main switchboard .622-1212 1-800-750-5049 be mail thtx8nndoi.com a business fax 6404820 a news fax.6404815 a letters to the editor .6404800 a classified 6404825 a retail advertising .6404853 a circulation6404848 a general news 6404800 a sports.6404801 a lifestyles.640-4805 news contacts publisher and vice president of readership development a Joann Reed 6464290 managing editor a Patrick Sanders 6484250 Content editor a Janice Chavers ext. 4582 assistant Content editor a Peter Elliott ext. 4573 reporters a Elizabeth Batdorff ext. 4598 a Paul Baylor ext. 4308 a Ken de la Bastide ext. 4809 a Theresa Campbell. Ext. 4583 a Stacey Grosh ext. 4230 a Keri Mcgrath ext. 4307 a Anita Munson ext. 4301 a Ron Wilkins ext. 4571 a Jon Reiter ext. 4305 sports editor a Tim . 4801 sports reporters a Justin Bates ext. 4288 a Jeff Carrollett. 4288 a Rick Teverbaugh. Ext. 4586 presentation editor a Rick Madewell ext. 4581 assistant presentation editor a Dan Spalding ext. 4585 copy chief a Paula Bivens ext. 4568 Page designers a Jim Bailey ext. 4581 a Joe Baker ext. 4585 a John Mahan ext. 4572 a Heather Pearson ext. 4585 a Jen Rochette ext. 4585 chief photographer a John p. Cleary ext. 4577 photographers a Teresa Barttrum. Ext. 4577 a Perry Reichanadter. 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Postmaster Send address changes to the Herald bulletin . Box 1090, Anderson in 46015. Periodicals postage paid. 4f% copyright 1999 Assn 0893-908x w uses 025-280 volume 131 Issue 178 lotteries Indiana daily 3,0-2-9 daily 4,14-5-0 Lucky 5, 6-20-23-29-36 Hoosier lotto 7-8-20-28-31-48, lotto Jackpot $8 million Power Ball 6-10-31-47-48, Power Ball 29 Power Ball Jackpot $47.4 million. Cash for life 46-50-60-89. Ohio pick 3 Day 5-8-6 pick 3 night 4-8-5 pick 4 Day 1-3-7-9 pick 4 night 6-2-9-7 super lotto 3-17-18-23-32-44 Jackpot $12 million. Michigan midday daily lottery 6-7-4 midday daily 4, 5-3-6-9 evening daily lottery 0 3-5 evening daily 4, 7-4-9-8 lotto 4-6-20-34-38-49 Jackpot $2.1 million. Illinois pick three midday 1-5-2 pick three evening 1-4-1 pick four midday 9-6-4-6 pick four evening 5-8-2-0 lotto 1-2-5-45-46-52 lotto Jackpot $7 million. Leota e. Tulowitzky Alexandria a Leota a Tulowitzky 87, of Alexandria eked dec. 10, 1999, at Ball memorial Hospital in Muncie following a Brief illness. She was bom in Elwood to Leander Goins and Christina Sei bold Goins. A graduate of Elwood High _ school she had been a resident of Alexandria since 1933. She had worked at Aladdin industries the Haynes Stellite corp. And Danners 5810, All formerly of Alexandria. An accomplished seamstress she was Well known for her sewing abilities. Her grandchildren will fondly remember her As the Quot Best Quot baby Sitter Ever. She was Active at the Alexandria nutrition site at the Alexandria Community Center. She was a faithful member of the Alexandria Church of the Nazarene where she supported Many activities of the Church especially those of her sunday school class. Her Loving smile will be missed by family and friends alike. Survivors include three sons Max wife Imogene Tulowitzky of Peoria ariz., the Rev. Duane wife Beverly Tulowitzky of Phillips w.va., and David wife Betty Tulowitzky of port Charlotte Fla. Two daughters Lolita husband j. Terne Maddox of port Charlotte Fla., and Cherilyn husband Ron Chafin of Alexandria brother Clinton Goins of Anderson sister Lucille husband John Smith of Knoxville. Tenn. 10 grandchildren Terrie wife Marcia Maddox of Crown Point to Tulowitzky Tara husband Jeff Adams Todd wife Shari Tulowitzky Brenda husband Jeff Thompson Leann husband Joe Phillips All of Alexandria Tim wife Tulowitzky of Star n.c., Gregg wife Darla Tulowitzky of Elkton md., Tammy King of port Charlotte Fla., and Penny husband Glen Stoker of Pendleton 17 great grandchildren two step great grandchildren a great great granddaughter and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents her husband of 52 years Erie a a Fritz Tulowitzky in 1985 four Brothers Bernardo Goins Charlie Goins Howard Goins and Floyd Goins and three Sisters Cloie Smith Becky Wise and Bertha Mccullough. Services will be 2 Tuesday at the Alexandria Church of the Nazarene 1401 s. Harrison St., officiated by the Rev. David Hayes pastor assisted by the Rev. Duane Tulowitzky. Burial will follow in Park View cemetery. Visitation will be 4 to 8 Monday at the funeral Home or at the Church after 1 Tuesday. Memorial contributions May be made to the Alexandria Church of the Nazarene through the funeral Home. Betty j. Parker Noblesville a Betty j. Anderson Parker 73, died dec. 10, 1999, at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband George a Bud Quot Parker her son Darrell Parker two daughters Carol Shupe and Sharry Gilliam six grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Graveside service 11 Monday at Grove Lawn cemetery in Pendleton with pastor Mark Lowe officiating. Visitation 12 noon to 4 Today at Randall amp Roberts funeral Home in Noblesville. Anderson memorial Park cemetery a a a him la Tki i Mali \ dedication in the Spring a of 20 0 enjoy today because you be taken care of tomorrow 6805 Pendleton ave. Anderson a 643-3211 m Effie f. Gregory Alexandria Effie f. Gregory 82, died on dec. 10,1999, at Community Hospital in Anderson following a Brief illness. She was bom on May 20, 1917, in Amity Ark., the daughter of William and Savannah Porter Light foot. She had resided in Alexandria since 1945. Mrs. Gregory had worked at Aladdin industries and at National Gypsum corporation both formerly in Alexandria. She had also worked at guide lamp div. Of general motors in Anderson. She retired from Essex wire formerly of Elwood in 1979, following ten years of employment. She had been supervisor of the Alexandria nutrition site at the Alexandria Community Center retiring in 1990. She was a member of the Alexandria Church of the Nazarene but also attended the East Side Church of god in Anderson. Effie will Long be remembered for her great love of children and will be sadly missed by friends and family members alike. Survivors include three daughters Yvonne Simpson of Alexandria Dovie husband Jack Freestone of Chesterfield and Joyce husband Pat of Connor of Anderson her sister Hazel Glasco of Kansas City Kan. Two Sisters in Law Aley Chambers of Camden Ark. And Dorothy Light foot of Little Rock Ark. 14 grandchildren 23 great grandchildren two great great granddaughters several nieces and nephews and her special friends Ruby Walston and Jay Stelter both of Alexandria. She was preceded in death by her parents her husband of 61 years seab c. Gregory in 1994 two daughters Wanda Gregory in 1944, and Mildred Plake in 1988 a son Kenneth Gregory in 1990 two Sisters Pearl Linsberg and Ruby Barr and three Brothers Arthur Lightfoot jewel a Joe Quot Lightfoot and Johnny Lightfoot. Services will be held at 10 On tuesday at funeral Home in Alexandria officiated by the revs. David Hayes pastor of Alexandria Church of the Nazarene and Kerry Robinson pastor of East Side Church of god in Anderson. Burial will be in Park View cemetery in Alexandria. Visitation hours Are from 3 to 8 Monday. Memorial contributions May be made to the Alexandria fire department emergency ambulance fund or to the Community Vna hospice program through the funeral Home. Twylla d. Aul Muncie a Twylla d. A til lies aul 71, died dec. Ii 1999, in the Waters of Yorktown following an extended illness. Mrs. Aul owned and operated the Celebration Center on Mcgalliard Road for several years prior to her retirement. Survivors include her husband of 49 years r. De. Aul seven children Steve de and Greg aul Julie Toivonen Teresa Harman Jeanine Green and David aul 15 grandchildren a great granddaughter her sister Patricia l. Hardin a half brother Bill Milam a step brother Ralph Pinney and several nieces and nephews. Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 Tuesday in St. Mary a Catholic Church. Burial will follow in Elm Ridge cemetery. Visitation hours Are from 3 to 8 Monday at the Meeks mortuary in Muncie and one hour prior to the tuesday service at the Church. There will be a scripture Reading at 8 Monday at the funeral Home. Oles # Flowers 627 Nichol ave. A 644-1269 monday swans Floral designs 823 e. 53rd St 643-6223 Calll Floia deaths Opal m. Coy Opal Marcile Messersmith Coy 78, of Anderson died dec 10, 1999, at her residence following a Brief illness. She was bom on oct. 19, 1921, in Gaston the daughter of Hiram and Cor a i a Millspaugh Messersmith she resided in the Anderson area for most of her lifetime. She was a devoted wife and a Loving and caring Mother grandmother and great grandmother. Survivors include two daughters Marilyn husband Jim Bowyer of Alexandria and Virginia husband James Frye of Summitville her son Harry wife Carolyn Coy of Alexandria a brother Gordon Messersmith of Winchester her sister Margaret Warren of Ocala Fla. Eight grandchildren Jeniece Burham Kevin Frye. Chris Coy and Gary Frye All of Anderson Cindy a. Erose of Alexandria Jeffrey Frye of Hart mich., Shawn Coy and Theresa Coy both of Middletown 13 great grandchildren Brooke Crose Ronica Crose Alexandra Burham Loran Frye Jordan Frye Jestin Frye Zechariah Frye Jeremiah Frye. Olivia Frye Paul Coy Kristen Coy Michael Coy and Taylor Johnson several nieces and nephews and special caregivers. Martina Hicks Theresa Green Peggy Davidson and Laura Guion. Mrs. Coy was preceded in death by her parents her husband of 59 years Kenneth Coy on aug. 13, 1999 a son Larry Coy in 1952 great granddaughter Courtney Burham three Brothers Wayne Barney and Lawrence Messersmith and three Sisters Jean Lewis Ruth Good and Martha Coy. Services will be held at 12 noon on monday at funeral Home in Alexandria officiated by the Rev. Dewayne Jones pastor of Back Creek Wesleyan Church in Summitville. Burial will be in Jones cemetery in Yorktown. Visitation hours Are from 4 to 8 This evening. Memorial contributions May be made to the Community Vna hospice program through the funeral Home. Obituary for Noble w. Hendrixson and funeral notices Are on Page a8 Sadler Dove Sade exclusively at a a to i to a pm by shop j go 643-7487 delivery to local hospitals amp funeral Homes worn % App Mary j. Cochard Fortville a Mary to Longyear Cochard 86, died of natural causes on dec. 11,1999, at Beverly convalescent Center in Greenfield. She had been employed at the former Fortville savings and loan Assn. For 17 years retiring in 1978. Survivors include her husband of 60 years George c. Cochard two daughters Georgene a. Grin Stead Burch find Marlene k. Husband Richard Poe two Sisters Ellen husband Rex Cochard and Annabella husband Robert Rogers three grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Services will be at 11 On tuesday at Ronald l. Seals funeral Home in Fortville officiated by the Rev. Jim Jones of Fishers. Burial will follow in the Park cemetery at Greenfield. Visitation hours Are from 4 to 8 Monday including . Memorial rites at 7 memorial contributions May be made to the american heart association. Donald m. Day Donald Milo Day. 73, of Anderson died dec. 11, 1999, at St. Johns health system following an extended illness he was bom in North Vernon and lived All of his life in Anderson. He had been employed by Anaconda wire amp Cable for 29 _ years and then in 1992, retired from the City of Anderson. Or. Day was a . Army Veteran serving in both will and the korean conflict. He was a member of the Anderson eagles Lodge no. 174, the Moose Lodge no. 150 and the american legion Post no. 127. Survivors include two Brothers Gerald wife Wilmina Day of Anderson and Clarence wife Theresa Day of Chesterfield four nieces Mona Cripe of Anderson Theresa hawn of Walton Sharon Miner of Lawrenceville ga., and Cindy Day of Anderson four nephews. Victor Christoff Thomas Day Steve Day and James Day All of Anderson and several great nieces and great nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents Granville and Hazel Day a sister Dortha Christoff and a Niece Debra Day. Services will be held at 10 Tuesday at Brown Butz Diedring funeral Home officiated by the Rev. Ken King of Victory Baptist Church. Burial will be in Anderson memorial Park cemetery with military graveside rites conducted by the vow Post no. 266 and the american legion Honor guard. Visitation hours Are from 4 to 8 Monday at the funeral Home. Douglas w. Payne Middletown a Douglas w. Payne 80, of 537 North 7th St., passed away dec. 10, 1999, at Millers merry Manor in Middletown following an extended illness. He was bom on oct. 26, 1919, in Scott county ind. The son of Erwin a. And _ Edna Reed Payne. And he lived in the Middletown area for 44 years. He attended Frankfort High school. He had worked in the hardening department of the Cooper corporation Nickelson file retiring in 1978. He was a member of the National guard the Anderson civil defense and the Middletown american legion. Survivors include his wife Minnie Shoemaker Payne of Middletown two daughters Janet husband to Huffman of Goshen and Beverly husband Gary Painter of Middletown two sons Richard Payne of Bowling Green by. And Michael Payne of Lafayette five Sisters Maxine Pence and Inez Pence both of Frankfort Charlene Birden of Michigantown Emmaline Staley of Frankfort and Helen Ray of Lafayette four Brothers Erwin Payne of Florida Don Payne David Payne and William Payne All of Lafayette nine grandchildren three great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Services will be held at 2 On monday at the Ballard and sons funeral Home in Middletown officiated by the Rev. Phillip. Burial will be in Miller cemetery. Visitation hours Are from 5 to 8 This evening at the funeral Home. Edna m. Driskel Edna m. Driskel 56, of Anderson died dec. 10,1999, at Community Hospital in Anderson. She was born on june 10, 1943, in Chicago iu., the daughter of Richard and Mae Belle Lott. She was a homemaker. And she also did Volunteer work for both the Parent Center and Coats for kids Shade land ave., Indianapolis survivors include four sons David wife Linda Driskel of Anderson Bennie Driskel of Galesburg Iii., Bobbie Driskel of Menard Iii. And Tony wife. Marilyn Driskel of Anderson one daughter Tanya husband William wills of Anderson he Mother Mao Belle Lott eight grandchildren Edna brisket Samantha Driskel Evelyn Driskel Devasia Driskel Bobbie Driskel Nikki Driskel Darian Driskel and Jesse Driskel four nieces and nephews Bonnie Brown Donna Brown Larry Brown and Daniel Brown several great nieces and great nephews and a Host of friends and acquaintances. She was preceded in death by her father Richard Lott a brother Booker t. Bates her sister Dorothy m. Harvey and a Nephew Mark a tiny Quot will be held at 12 noon on tuesday at Anderson Zion Baptist Church officiated by the Rev. Manuel Hunt. Burial will be4 i Maplewood cemetery. Visitation hours Are two Houri prior to the tuesday service Art the Church. Arrangements by l. C. May funeral services inc., 20z4 Madison ave., Anderson 46016.1 jewel b. Reed jewel b. Brandon Reed 90, Anderson died dec. 4, 1999, Jit Manor care in Anderson following an extended illness. She was born on june 22, 1909, and had been a lifelong resident of Anderson. She married John e. Reed on nov. 13,1954,40 Anderson. Mrs. Reed was employed in the accounts payable department at Delco Remy for 27 years retiring in 1970. She was a member of the first Church of Christ scientist. Survivors include her daughter Judy husband Joe Reed of Anderson three grandchildren John wife Kristi Reed of Bradenton Fla., Julie husband Dean Barlow of Redkey ind. And Jill Reed of Anderson four great grandchildren Kylee Reed and Taylor Reed of Bradenton Fla., and Amanda Wood and Jeremy Barlow both of Redkey ind. One Niece. Nancy husband Jack Phu of Penn Valley. Calif., three great nieces and one great Nephew. She was preceded in death by her husband John e. Reed on nov. 8,1999 her brother Clifford Brandon and two Sisters Mary Schubert and Margaret Jessup. Services will be held at 3 On tuesday at Rozelle Johnson funeral service officiated by the Rev. Richard True. Burial will be in Nelson cemetery. Visitation hours Are from 4 to 7 Monday evening. Memorial contributions May be made to the alzheimer foundation through the funeral Home. Walter May Walter May 80, of Anderson died dec. 10, 1999, at Community Hospital in Anderson. Funeral arrangements Are pending at Noffze funeral Home Alexandria Chapel. 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