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February 6, 2019

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The Press-Dispatch Home Life Wednesday, Februar y 6, 2019 C- 5 To enter the Birthday Club, email your name, ad- dress, phone number and birthdate to birthdayclub@ Only the person's name, town and birthday will appear in the paper. As an added bonus, one lucky person each month will receive a free three month Press-Dispatch subscrip- tion. This month's birthdays have a chance to win a free oil change from Sims Automotive. JANUARY WINNER And the winner is... Sabrina Mason from Oakland City. Sabrina won a $25 gift card from The Ole Flower Shoppe/Mary L&R Floral Design Shop and a three- month subscription to The Press-Dispatch. Congratu- lations! WE'RE CLEANING HOUSE! If you have joined birthday club previously, please re-enter this year. We are clearing the list in 2019. THIS WEEK'S BIRTHDAYS Judy Ice ......................................Hazleton ..........2/5 Tammy Coan ............................. Petersburg .........2/7 Jason Query .............................. Petersburg .........2/8 THIS MONTH'S SPONSOR 626 S. S.R. 61, Winslow •812-789-9502 Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm, Saturday: 8am-1pm Sweet's Column by Barbara Sweet COOKIES Continued from page 4 Commercial 10+ acres with 3 phase power, 6" water main with fire hydrant, natural gas, city sewer. 5 acres tillable farm ground and 2 acre rocked area off of Buchta Dr., Petersburg. MLS# 201702650 34 acres of deer, turkey and rabbits. Two separate food plots with two separate deer huts. Mowed paths for rabbit hunting. MLS# 201843227 COMMERCIAL AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES LOTS & ACREAGE Hardware store ready for new owners. Fully equipped with display shelving, key cutter, glass cutter, lots of inventory to get new owner started. Building has new roof, gutters with metal siding on east and west gable ends of building. Lots of extras! Oakland City. $165,000. MLS# 201650829 WE ARE SELLING AND NEED LISTINGS • WE ARE SELLING EVERYTHING. RENTAL PROPERTIES Peaceful country living close to town. Great home for ready to move into today. Fireplace in bedroom to keep you toasty warm on the chilly winter nights. This property has 3.42 acres for kids to play on or to build a new home. Great spot and location. Priced to fit almost anyone's budget. $69,500. MLS #201855082. Great investment property. Two residential homes that could be made into rentals. Nice location in town, close to grade school. $54,000. MLS #201902230. Looking for a small country farm with 26 plus acres? Great location! Nice three bedroom home with eat-in kitchen, modern kitchen with two baths. Hall bathroom has a new whirlpool tub. Half basement with lots of built-in storage shelves.12'x26' carport with handicap ramp. $215,000. MLS#201902235. SALE PENDING! Two bedroom apartment with stove, refrigerator, washer and dryer. Water and sewer included. Central HVAC system. Autumn Apartments, Petersburg. $585 a month. One bedroom apartment with stove, refrigerator, water/ sewer included. Patoka Valley Apartments, Winslow. WOULD CONSIDER SELLING ON CONTRACT! Rare opportunity to purchase. 62.34 acres isolated and private for hunting, fishing, camping, 4 wheeler paths. Located on a dead end county road with access to electric and Pike Gibson water. Small hidden lake to fish or swim. Lots of deer and rabbits accessing this property. Lots of trees and open areas to enjoy outside recreational activities. $154,850. MLS #201838768 Eddie Boyd, Principal Broker Kay Helfen Associate Broker 812-582-1145 Addey Boyd Associate Broker 812-354-5599 Keith Shoultz Associate Broker 812-664-6640 602 E. MAIN, PETERSBURG BOYD REALTY & DEVELOPMENT LLC 812-354-8893 SIAR CHOOSE BOYD FOR Personal SERVICE! SALE PENDING! WILL SELL ON CONTRACT! Great Winslow Main Street business location. Lot of updates and improvements. Separate upstairs apartment. Large area upstairs to add addi- tional apartments. Owner had new roof installed and gutters in November 2017 with warranty. MLS#201801669 FEATURE OF THE WEEK! ter that way. Better that I wasn't supporting an or- ganization that didn't sup- port me, that didn't sup- port the things I believed in — chewing gum, climb- ing trees and playing with spiders, among many oth- er things. Time goes on, and people and organizations change, and we all grow up. And now, my friends are help- ing their daughters sell cookies. "Please just buy a box," my friend asked. "If Jaya doesn't sell another 30 box- es, I'm going to have to buy them from her." I asked her what she meant. Why would she have to buy the boxes? My friend filled me in on the compe- titions and awards and so on. "I never thought sup- porting my daughter's am- bitions would mean eating my weight in Thin Mints. The things we do for the ones we love." So you're saying I can show my daughter that I love her by eating boxes of cookies? Perhaps I will encourage her to join Girl Scouts when she's older. In the meantime, I'll just buy a box of S'mores cook- ies in honor of the camping trip that never was. And maybe a box of Trefoils. And Savannah Smiles. And Tagalongs. Like Katiedid Langro- ck on Facebook, at http:// didhumor. Hi stars and welcome to this big stage lit up in colorful lights and decorated to help celebrate with all our stars who will have a birthday or anniversary in the week of February 7-13, so come on up onto this stage and take a bow. February 7 - Rusty Hale turns 59 years, and Dathan and Crystal Wright will celebrate 10 years. February 8 - Sam Williams, Cheyan- na Hayes turns 13 years, and Jim and Sherry Lamey will celebrate 55 years. February 9 - Blake Stewart turns 36 years, Rosalee McQueen Wright, and John and Brenda Bolin will celebrate 57 years. February 10 - Kayla Bailey turns 35 years, Shylee Russell turns 15 years, Di- ana Fickel turns 71 years, Ira Wilson turns 68 years, and James Russell turns 33 years. February 11 - Elizabeth Anne Tis- dale turns 53 years, and Nathan Wil- liams turns 20 years. February 12 - Johnny Johnson turns 65 years, Jason Mills turns 41 years, Dustin White turns 30 years, Mark Pride, and Theodore and Teresa Nich- olson will celebrate 25 years. February 13 - Rachael Meyer turns 19 years, Ryan Meyer turns 19 years, Amanda Meyer Crane turns 41 years, Austin Bolin turns 23 years, Trevino Maier turns 18 years, Henry Nelson turns 69 years, and Donna King turns 49 years. May all our stars have a really great day and may all your wishes come true. Keep in your heart and in your prayers all our stars who need that card, visit, phone call, and that daily thought of them to have a happy day. Lenora, Benny, Linda, Steve, Virginia, Annabel, all our stars with colds, and many with the aches and pains of everyday life. Events coming up in Winslow and the surrounding areas are: February 7 - Winslow Lions will meet at 7 p.m. with a bring in meal at the Community Center. February 10 - Spurgeon-Monroe Fire Department meeting at 2 p.m. and train- ing at 3 p.m. at the Station House. February 11 - Winslow Town Hall will meet at 7 p.m. at the Community Center. February 12 - Abraham Lin- colns Birthday and Winslow Beautification will meet at 6:30 p.m. and the Winslow Economic will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Community Cen- ter. February 14 - Valentine's Day - hearts, kisses, cards exchanged and many are taken out to eat or a meal is made for your loved one. Winslow Seniors meet on Monday and Tuesday at the Community Center. Petersburg Seniors meet on Mondays, Tuesday's, Wednesdays, and Fridays in the Courthouse Basement. Postcards this week at Sweets Col- umn Winslow, IN 47598 were none in the ol' mailbox. Winslow Patoka River has its ups and downs and now its down but with the rain to come in our area it may be over its banks again. Our weather, this past week, was ugly with windchills again. O, temps were single digits, wind speed was 25 -30mph and then the rain, sleep, and snow. This time it was a his- tory maker also with the mail delivery stopped for two days. The schools in Pike County were out almost all week for roads to clear up and the tempera- ture being so low. Our yard has become a muddy mess as the temps have ris- en and the thawing begins. There isn't a good spot to step unless you sink al- most over the shoe. Last Saturday was Groundhog Day and since he didn't see his shadow spring will come early, but I think he is wrong but I hope its true. We do need this cold winter to kill off the many insects we have during the sum- mer and it hasn't got that cold to last a longer time. It gets cold then it warms up again and that's not a winter. The season for colds and flu is here and I had to make that appointment to see the doctor but when the day came the weather wasn't too kind and the appointment had to be changed but i finally got to see Dr Toni Martin- son and I guess with the treatments I have been on helped until the antibiotic was started. I hate being sick and coughing all the time but I'm getting better and hope i don't catch that cold again. Our wood guy had some wood this past week so since we were low, very low, we decided to get two truck loads of wood before he ran out again and its real nice to have extra when we can get it. Norm did most of the work cause one day he loaded it into the bed by himself cause it was too cold for me to help but when he came home it was warming up so I helped to get the wood out of the bed so Norm to wheel- barrow the loads down to the cabin. Now it's warm and toasty at the cabin again. You can be as careful as you can be but when Bambi wants to cross your patch there isn't anything you can do but got hit and that is just happened to Laura. So if you see her car it has a bit of a wrinkle and now her passenger door is out of commission and so is the doe. Winslow Town Street supervisor Da- vid Gayhart has quit his job for the Town of Winslow and we all wish him well in whatever job is in his future. I real- ly appreciate him and his crew as they kept the Riverside Park mowed for all the months we had an event held. That wasn't all he did but we all appreciate what our towns crew does all year long, in the hot and cold weather. As the lights begin to dim on this weeks ramblings and as we sit here watching the big game I hope you all keep an eye on family and friends, slow down and don't be in such a hurry, you could miss the real beauty all around you and as always smile, wave, and say hi to everyone you see this week. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Larry P. Davis last will and testament conveys to Su- san L. Flint, Michael J. Davis and Rex A. Davis, real es- tate as recorded in Pike County. Hunter Elliott and Jordan Elliott convey to Christo- pher R. Brown and Andrea N. Brown, real estate as re- corded in Pike County. Michael J. Feutz conveys to Joseph L. Frederick, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Tony Martin and Rachel Martin convey to Mike R. Bockhold, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Terry Brothers conveys to Terry Brothers and Debo- rah M. Brothers, real estate as recorded in Pike County. David Gilmour quitclaims to Nancy Gilmour, real es- tate as recorded in Pike County. Dennis Henke and Diane Henke convey to Gary A. Pepper, Mark J. Pepper and Dennis J. Pepper, real es- tate as recorded in Pike County. Paul V. Newland and Vivian J. Newland convey to Den- ny R. Dodd and Jayne L. Dodd, real estate as recorded in Pike County. House Chef LLC conveys to Tony Miller, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Max Lee Frederick conveys to Joseph G. Henson and Debra L. Henson, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Robert E. Johnson, Jr. conveys to Robert E. Johnson, Jr. and Joan E. Johnson, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Linda Lou Wilson quitclaims to Linda Lou Wilson and Theresa Ann Rhoderick, real estate as recorded in Pike County.

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