2001-11-14 15:38:33.0


Story Photo A retired Internal Revenue Service employee in Reeds Spring has $100,000 more to keep track of after he matched all five white-ball numbers in the Oct. 31 Powerball drawing. Vance Glasgow, 67, said he didn’t check his ticket until Nov. 4, and when he first looked, he thought he had won $100. When his wife looked at the ticket, she realized it was worth $100,000. Glasgow and his wife, Barbara, plan to take their time deciding how to use the money. Vance said they might buy a new vehicle. Glasgow purchased his winning ticket at Mule Express in Reeds Spring. He used Quick Pick to generate the winning numbers. They were: 2, 16, 18, 35 and 40. To date, 569 tickets sold in Missouri have matched all five white-ball numbers drawn to win the $100,000 prize.

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