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2A Pride Continued from Page 1A Brooks, Stephanie Lee Brooks, Pearson, Brian W. Perry and Crystal Dawn Brown, Natalie Amber Brooke Meredith Phelps. Brown, Terry Brown, Tiffany D. Anna-Mae Browning and Joshua Grant Ramey, Brandy Aaron Burkman. Michelle Raymer, Julie Anne Reed, Michelle Renee Reed, Nichole Also, Marlana Marie Caffee, Dawn.

Reed, Becca Rae. Resch, Jacob D. Caldwell, Ryan E. CalJohn T. Richart, Kevin C.

Rinehart, houn, Troy E. Campbell, Nicole Ann Lauri Jane Ritchie, John David Ritz, Capes, Christen Danel Carter, George Anthony Robertson, Freida Christel Ellen Castetter, Andrew Michelle Rockey, Rachel Jane Roll, Thomas Castor, Tiffany Lyn Caudill, Matthew Matthew Wright Ross, Nathan Adam Josiah Childs, Ryan Robert Ross, Annie Rae Rouse, Clapp, Maria Nicole Cline, Shawn Michael S. Roy, Rachel Rene Coghill, Amanda Leigh. Colyer, Ruedinger, Brian R. Russell, GustaCharles Conrad, VO Aguiar dos Santos, James W.

Daniel I1, Matthew Craig, Robert Schneider, Justin Michael Corbin Russell Amanda Dawn Cundiff, Amie Schneider, Betty Jean Scott, Petra Louise Daugherty, Adam L. Davis, Sedlakova, Jeannie Marie Selig, Matthew R. Day, Shawna Marie Jesse Daniel Sharp, Justun Elijah Deen, Ryan Ferrell Daugherty, Kristie Adam L. Davis, Matthew R. Day, E.

Skinnari, Sharp, Leigh Sharp, Graham Leslie Ann Smith JackShawna Marie Deen, Ryan ie Renee Snyder, Travis Ferrell W. SorenDoughty, Franklin R. Douglas, Jen- son, Amanda Autumn Speer, Kenniter Sue Earl, Rex Allen Eaton, neth Wayne Trent J. Spencer Sarah K. Eberts, Jason D.

Eder, Dawn Isaac W. Edwards, Lynn Kristin Marie Stark, Celia Eileen Sherri Sporleder, Angel Stainbrook, Elkins, Edward Eli, Jennifer Stearns, Marcus Bryant Stephens Jason Michelle Elmore, Jamie Monice and Robert Francis Sullivan. Engle, Christopher Michael Ernstes, Robert Lee Ernstes, Clinton S. Also, Brandy Jean Taulbee, Euler, Jeffrey L. Everroad Lindsay Nicole Tower, Timothy Samantha Sue Ezzo, Katherine Charles Treadway, ReBecca Ann Louise Ferguson, Chad Michael Trusty, Lori Nicole Vaughn, Fewell, William Travis Finney, Kris- Maryanne Elizabeth Vigeant, Cody ten Nicole Foist, Dana Nicole For- J.

Vogel, Anthony A. Vogel, Emily ney, Amos Carl Fox, Eric Robert Claire Wahlman, Jeffrey Ryan Francois, Shalom Moriah Gerhard, Wahlman, Kevin Lee Walters, Dennis. Albert Gholson, Michael Joseph Curtis Ward, Kathryn ElizaWade Gibson II, Charla N. Good- beth Warlick, Suzanne Gabrielle paster, Andrew Charles Gudgel and Watson, Wesley William Ryan William Shawn Guenthenspberger. Webb, Darla Jo White, David L.

Also, Isaiah Scott Hadley, Brit- White, Addie Marie Williams, Jenny tany A. Hall, Isaac B. Hall, Mitchell Lee Ann Willis, Jessica J. Wilson, Shane Hammersley, Crystal M. Kristi S.

Woodall, Tyson S. Woods, Hammond, M. Ray Haney I1, Joshua Allen Yeager, Sarina Kay Jonathan. D. Hardin, Jeremy Scott Young and Amanda Ross Yount.

Power Perry led the turning of the tassels before the' graduates once more marched to "Pomp and Circ*mstance," played by the high school's concert band, which also had played the national anthem at the beginning of the ceremony. Songs performed by the concert choir during the commencement exercise were "We Are the Children of Tomorrow," "Alma Mater" and "The Lord Bless You and Keep You." Class officers were Perry, president; Mitch Hammersley, vice president; Lindsey Louden, secretary; and Tiffany Beineke, treasurer. The class motto was "We've Only Just Begun" and the class flower was the yellow rose. Kimberly Stuckwisch and Benjamin Miles served as junior ushers. Class members included: Amanda J.

Ackerman, Michael D. Acton, Thomas Andrew Acton, Hannah Lee Alexander, Heather Renea Alexander, Krista Lea Michele Anderson, Charles Homer Austerman III, Brian Joseph Axsom, Jennifer Lynn Bailey, Joshua Troy Bailey, Christine Marie Bailiff, Aaron Ray Bales, Craig Allen Banks, Shawna Janell Banks, Jed D. Barton, Amanda Dawn Bear, Shawn Brian Beeman, Tiffany Leanne Beineke, James Lee Bennett, Michael D. Bennett, Fernando Benza, Brian Nicholas Biehle, Lindy Ann Biehle, Stacy Mae Biehle, Amanda D. Black, Storme Jo Bliton, Stacie Lynn Bohall, Starie Ann Bolton, Aimee Sue Bosaw, Beth Ann Boswell, Jason Daniel Bowerly, Robert Eugene Bozarth, Jana Bozonova, Justini, M.

Bradshaw, Angee Brewer, Tyler Michael Brewer, Tamara Lynn Brewster, Robin Leigh Bridges, John Scott. Bright, Amber Denise Brooks, Burt Douglas Brooks, Stephanie Lee Brooks, Continued from Page 1A felt industry, but bringing in distributors like Lowe's and Pilot has helped make us a more rounded community." Mark Aleski, general manager of Lowe's, said business is booming in Jennings County. That didn't surprise him. "We're in the center of a triangle between Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincinnati, which are all big areas for us," Aleski said. "We liked the location, the availability of workers and the work ethic in Jennings Campbell said that, while the big employers like Lowe's, Mascotech and Pilot have helped shape the county, other industries have helped add to growth.

"Lowe's, Mascotech, Pilot it's so hard to say only the big boys make a difference," he said. "Montrow, Southern Indiana Mold these are smaller companies that employ about 25 workers THE TRIBUNE, SEYMOUR, IND. TUESDAY JUNE 8, 1999 Hardwick, William B. Harmon, Chasity, Louise Harris, Sheila Lynn Hartwell, Kristy Ranae Harvey, LeeAnn Michell Hauersperger, Hannah Renae Hawkins, Junie Dee Hearld, Frank Gordon Helt, Benjamin Dale Hempstead, Joshua D. Hendricks, Bruce William Herr 11, Melissa Ann Holton, Bradley John Hook, Bryan J.

Hook, Courtney Lain Huckelberry, Michelle Dawn Jeremy Dean Huntsman, Derek Andrew Inman, Melissa Sue Inman, Eiko Ishizawa, Amanda Cornelia Ison, Joshua J. Jackson, Sheri Anne Jacobs, Jeremy Matthew Jakins, Krista Jennings, Bradley. Edward Jewell, Rami Jhni, Misty Dawn Johnson, Travis Michael Jones, Benjamin Klas, Jessica Lynn Klescht, Margaret Caroline Kreutzjans, Amanda Lynn Kuntz, Chrystal Nicole Kuntz, Amanda Janel Large, Audra Gail Lawdermilt, Rachael Lynn Layman, Erin Brookes Lee, Lora Ann Leveridge, Amanda Kay Little, Heather Dawn Littrell, Lindsey Rae Louden, Cassie Rose Lowry and Jennifer Lynn Luedeman. Also, Nicolien Maatman, Michael Wayne Madden, Terry L. Mahoney, Tia Nicole Malone, Ryan R.

Marling, Gregory Shane Marsh, Lara Kathryn Martin, Adam L. Sara L. Maschino, Travis A. Maschino, Damian Lee Matern, Martin William McClellan, Morgan Paige McGovern, Tina Dawn McHaley, Malachi Dawn McIntosh, Anthony Joseph McKeand, Rachael Anastasia McKing, Katie Sue McKinney, Timothy Allen Meade, Aaron Michael Megel, Erin Madeline Miles, Melody Renee Miller, Bradley Scott Monday, David Allan Blanton Moore, Jason Wayne Moore, Shannon Leigh Moore, Sara Lynn Morgan, Erin Denise Morrison, Brian D. Mounce, Kristina Lyn Mozingo, Amy Jean Mullins, Monica J.

Musick, Rebecca June Nagore, Troy R. Neal, David A. Nighbert, Adam H. Nowak, Jo Renee Nugent, Jennifer Lee Olmstead, Patricia Ann Padgett, Jennifer Lynn Parton, Jason LeRoy Pearson, Brian W. Perry and apiece, but they pay well and they're good to their workers." Jim Redicker has had his business, Southern Indiana Mold Co.

in Jennings County, for 16 years. He said he agrees that the heart of the workforce is in manufacturing. "There's a pretty good workforce," he said. "The government in the city (of North Vernon) tries to help us whenever they can." Campbell said creating a variety of employment opportunities is still the goal for Jennings County and the region. "Right now, I believe the community in Jennings County and Southeastern Indiana would adjust to any industry that came in," Campbell said.

"Without a doubt, technology and biomedical would make us a more rounded community; those are the industries that bring in high-paying jobs." WEATHER National weather Chicago MICH. The forecast for noon, Wednesday, June 9. South Bend Bands separate high temperature zones for the day. Fort Wayne 60s 50s; Os 70s Lafayette CHIC 60s 80s Indianapolis 705. 90s- Os -70s.

Terre Haute 909. 80s 100s 80s 30s 90s 80s 40s. 70s Evansville Louisville SO 708 80s 60s FRONTS: Pressure 2 High Low Showers Rain T-storms Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy T-storms JACKSON COUNTY Mostly clear and muggy. Low around 70.

Light south wind. Partly Very warm and humid. High around 90. 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 Monday .87 Low Monday, ..68 Precipitation .00 Precipitation this Precipitation this 15.59 White River at 9 p.m.. (Flood stage is 12 feet) Sunset today ..................8:11 p.m.

Sunrise Wednesday. 5:17 a.m. EXTENDED REGION INDIANA FORECAST Readings indicate previous day's Temperature extremes for selectclear and high, low and precipitation in past ed Hoosier cities and precipitation 24 hours ending at 8 a.m.: in past 24 hours ending at 7 a.m. muggy. Lows 65 to 70.

City Low Otik Low Precip warm humid. Chicago 69 cdy Evansville 89 72.00 .00 Very and Highs 90 to 95. Lows in the Cincinnati ........87 68 cir Fort Wayne 91 67 .00 Thursday. Partly cloudy. 60s.

Highs 85 to 90. Cleveland 69 cir Indianapolis 87 70 :00 of thunderstorms. 73 clr South 93 65 :00 Lows in the 60s. Highs in the 80s. St Louis ............93 75 cdy Eagle Creek 88 73.00 NATION The Weather Elsewhere 46 cdy 73 cir By The Associated Press Tuesday Temperatures indicate previous day's high and overnight low to 8:00 a.m.

EDT. Lo Otik Anchorage 47 cdy Atlanta 68 cdy Baltimore ....96 71 cir Boston 75 cir Buffalo 62 cdy Denver ......85 49 cir Grand Rapids ......87 63 cdy. Honolulu 74 clr Kansas City ......89 69 cdy Las 69 cir Miami 74 Nashville ..............88 67 cdy New 71 cdy New York 79 clr Oklahoma City ....86 70 cdy Philadelphia ........94 76 clr. OBITUARIES Museum opens Betty H. Needler features an extensive research library with a collection of books, magazines, video and audio tapes on such topics as Indiana History, Indians, Pioneer Ways, Agriculture, Transportation, Sports, Biographies, and Military History.

There are also displays which have been built and designed by the Hayden Little Hoosier Historians. Some of these exhibits include one on the Beaty Mill, the outhouses of Jennings County, the history of the schools of Spencer Township, the Hayden heritage which features various artifacts connected to the area, a history of the postal service for the community, and a past. and present display of the town of Hayden with pictures and maps. Betty H. Needler, 72, of Austin died Sunday, June 6, 1999 at Scott Memorial Hospital in Scottsburg.

Born February 2, 1927 to the late Herman F. and the late Emma Cass Peaco*ck in Austin, she married Jerry Needler on Sept. 29, 1946. He survives. She was a member of New Harmony Baptist Church in Austin and a member of the New Harmony Hoemakers Extension.

Survivors include her husband, sons, David, Richard and Ernest, Austin, Gary, Seymour, and Randy, Lexington, daughters, Karen Mosley, Crothersville, Roberta Hunter, Austin, and Patty Huckleberry, Scottsburg; brothers, Emory Cass, Scotts- Summer hours Feb. 2, 1927-June 6, 1999 begin at Hayden historical facility The Hayden Historical Museum has announced its summer hours of operation, which are in effect from the day after Memorial Day to Labor Day. The museum will be open on Wednesdays from 3:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. and on Sunday afternoons from 1 p.m.

to 4 p.m. Civic groups, organizations, and schools can arrange for various history programs and tours by calling the museum. Families and individuals can also arrange for appointed visits by calling the museum at 812-346-8212. The museum e-mail address is Trucker dies in wreck A 52-year-old Shelbyville, trucker lost his life in a wreck with a second semi on Interstate 65 near the 53- mile marker early this morning. Carroll E.

Clark was pronounced dead at the scene of the wreck shortly after midnight. The wreck was reported to the state police post at 12:10 a.m. today. According to Trooper Jason Duncan's report, Clark was driving north on the interstate when he struck a second semi-tractor trailer driven by Wilbur C. Sweazy, 55, of Louisville.

Sweazy told investigators. he had been stopped to repair a wiring problem in his sleeper cab and was attempting to ease back onto the interstate when the wreck occurred. Sweazy sustained an abrasion to the head and was taken to Memorial Hospital. He was released this morning. Seymour Fire Department assisted with extrication at the scene along with state Sgt.

Mark Helms, troopers Rick Hudson and Gene Thalls and county officers Tom Barker and Greg Barnett. us a Man captured by police Police captured a 36-yearold Holton man wanted on two felony warrants early this morning in the Butlerville area. According to a report from Sgt. Steve with Jennings County Sheriff's Department, Jeffrey McCrory was arrested along U.S. 50 after the vehicle he was driving was stopped by county Officer Jeff Jones on County Road Pittsburgh ............88 70 cir Sacramento ........75 48 cir San Antonio .....92 74 cdy San 59 clr San Francisco ...61 48 cir Seattle 47 cdy 98 77 clr National Temperature Extremes High Monday 103 at Coolidge, Ariz.

Low. Tuesday 21 at Truckee, Calif. burg, Floyd, Kokomo, Farris, Salem, Feildon, Salem, and Fredrick, Austin; sisters Beulah Fredrick, Salem, Bonnie Taylor, Austin, Belva Gardner, Salem, Brenda Julian, Austin, and Bernice Maulk, Salem; 18 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Services will be conducted by the Rev. Randall Applegate at 11 a.m.

Tuesday, June 8, 1999 at the Buchanan Funeral Home. Burial will be at the Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Austin. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. today at the Buchanan Funeral Home.

Memorials can be made to the New Harmony Church or the WHAS Crusade for Children in care of Buchanan Funeral Home. Diana Lynn Barnett June 3, 1963-June 5, 1999 Diana Lynn Barnett, 36, of Austin died at 7 a.m. Saturday June 5, 1999 at her residence. Born to the late Richard Barnett, and the late Nannie L. Green in Shrevesport La.

on June 3, 1963, she was a member of the Holiness Tabernacle Church. She was a laborer at the Wal-Mart Distribution Center. Survivors include brother, Richard L. Barnett, Scottsburg; sisters, Sandra Barnett, Austin, Barbara Bowling, Austin, and Loretta Morris, Seymour. Services were conducted by the Rev.

Danny Morris, and the Rev. Jimmy Deckard at 1 p.m. Monday at the Buchanan Funeral Home. Burial was in the Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Austin. Frank Harris, Sr.

June 3, Frank Harris, 68, of Butlerville, died Thursday, June 3, 1999, at the Columbus Health and Rehabilitation Center. He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church. He is survived by wife, Martha; sons, Frank, and Kenneth, Butlerville; Lawrence, Columbus, Gregory, North Vernon, and Richard, New Berg, N.C.; sisters Juanita Harris, and Cynthia. Watermire, Butlerville, 1999 Norma Martin, Greensburg, and Annabelle Harrison, Arkansas; and brother William, Texas.

McCrory fled as Jones attempted to determine his identity. McCrory ran acorss a field and U.S. 50 before he was captured by Jones, Cardinal and Ripley County Reserve Officer John Lord. McCrory was wanted on a warrant for burglary a class felony and theft a class felony, He also faces other possible charges. Services were conducted today at 10 a.m.

at St. Mary's, with burial in the church cemetery. Military grave side services were by the members of the North Vernon Veterans of Foreign Wars. Memorials can be made to St. Mary's School.

Obituary policy The Tribune accepts obituaries from Jackson County and surrounding area or from persons with 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..

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