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October 10, 2018

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The Press-Dispatch Local Wednesday, October 10, 2018 A- 5 Paid For By Jody Hoover For Auditor JODY HOOVER FOR AUDITOR anks to all of you who have allowed me to serve you as your County Recorder. I love working with the people of Pike County. It provides me with the opportunity to help people with their questions and concerns. I am honored by the trust that you have placed in me, and I look forward to serving you as your County Auditor. However, before I can do that, I must ask for your vote. Please vote this Nov. 6 for Jody Hoover, Pike County Auditor. And remember early and absentee voting has begun. Absentee ballots are now available in the county clerk's office. ank you. And I ask for your vote. As a local resident all my life, I believe in Pike County. With a vast experience in politics and business, a positive history of engagement with state and local leaders, I have the passion and expertise to lead the county forward as a Pike County Commissioner. Longtime advocate for Pike County Experience with state fi nance on various issues pertaining to Pike County Have a positive working relationship with different political leaders that allow valuable resources and partnerships for Pike County Focused on keeping businesses in Pike County and building a stronger foundation for new businesses Committed to job growth BELIEVE IN PIKE COUNTY Mark Flint For Pike County Commissioner I would appreciate your vote on Nov. 6. Commissioner FLINT Mark Paid for by Mark Flint Commissioner MOOSE LODGE Dining Specials 5pm-8pm 115 Pike Ave., Petersburg OR ORDER FROM MENU FRIDAY 10-12-18 SATURDAY 10-13-18 NOW OFFERING PIZZA Open to Members and Qualified Guests Coffee or Tea with special. Wed., Fri. and Sat. • 5pm - 8pm Buffet with Salad Bar, Only $10.95. Pork Manhattan with two sides, $6.50, Country Steak with two sides, $7.50. Area Birth Area Reunions KREIGH WILLIS ROBINETTE Matt and Krista Rob- inette welcomed their first child, a son, Kreigh Willis Robinette born on September 19, at St. Vin- cent's Hospital in Evans- ville at 12:31p.m., weigh- ing 8lbs. 8ozs. and 21 inch- es long. Grandparents are Robin and Tonya Willis, of Petersburg, Tim and Rhonda Robinette, of Ot- well. Great-grandparents are Kay Reynolds and the late Tony Reynolds, Don- nie Willis and the late Ri- ta Willis, all of Petersburg, Pat Robinette, of Frank- lin, and the late Jerry Rob- inette, of Shoals, Ed and Rose Dycus, of Gilberts- ville, Ky. WHS Class of 1960 Reunion Nine members of Winslow High School Class of 1960 met for lunch Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018, at the Vil- lage Inn, south of Petersburg. Attending were (front row): Joyce (Eads) Catt, Sherry (McClure) Lamey, Janet (Phillips) Putman, Mary (Rainey) Tait and Nina (Brown) Vaughn; back row: Tom Hathaway, Boyd Ross, Michael Mason and Alan Bechtel. WHS Class of 1962 celebrated 56th Reunion Eleven members of the Winslow High School Class of 1962 celebrated their 56th Class Reunion at lunch on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018, at the Village Inn, south of Petersburg. Attending were (front row): Del- ta (Corn) Nordhorn, Martha (Luttrull) Bechtel, Karen (Bush) Ross and Vicki Black; back row: Shirley (Houchins) Stafford, Devara (Hughes) Krause, Vera (McCandless) Hunt, Tony Rothrock, Glenn Ross, Carol (Elliott) Fisher and James Reed. Thank You We would like to say thank you to our friends and family for helping us celebrate our 65th anniversary by giving us the gis, phone calls, and all the cards to our card shower to help celebrate and make our day so special. God bless each and every one of you! Love you, Jennie & Jim Houtsch Adam Scales (812) 354-8488 STOP it takes 3 MINUTES to subscribe to 812-354-8500

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