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March 13, 2019

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The Press-Dispatch Home Life Wednesday, March 13, 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 $25 gift certificate from Kuttin' Loose. THIS WEEK'S BIRTHDAYS Barbara Sweet ............................. Winslow .........3/13 Joy Hobson Smith ...................... Petersburg .......3/13 Mary Kathryn Gray ....................... Otwell ..........3/13 Dan Miller ................................... Winslow .........3/13 Carolyn Myers ........................... Petersburg .......3/14 CarolynMyers ............................ Petersburg .......3/14 Catherine Huffer........................... Velpen ..........3/15 Susan Brittain ........................... Petersburg .......3/15 Velma White ............................... Princeton ........3/15 Jim Houtsch ................................. Otwell ..........3/17 Lori Lawson ................................ Winslow .........3/17 BELATED BIRTHDAY Connie Miller .............................. Winslow ...........3/3 THIS MONTH'S SPONSOR 610 E. Main St. Petersburg • 812-354-9268 Sweet's Column by Barbara Sweet THE DEADLINE FOR ALL REAL ESTATE ADS IS 5 P.M. EVERY MONDAY COMMERCIAL AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES 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 This is a great property for a contractor that needs a building location to store materials and equipment or a repair shop. Great location on 1.15 acres on State Rd 57 at the edge of town. This was formerly Jim's Auto & Glass with a shop area of approx. 1,150 SF and 540 SF storage area. In 1999 a 40X22 building with 2 overhead garage doors was constructed and attached to the shop. There is a two bedroom area that was used as the living area for the owner with a full bath, kitchen,and dining room area. Lots of area in the rear for expansion and for a storage yard. $69,750. MLS #201904770 WE HAVE CLIENTS LOOKING FOR HOMES! • LIST WITH US TODAY! RENTAL PROPERTY 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. SALE PENDING! 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. One bedroom apartment with stove, refrigerator, water/ sewer included. Patoka Valley Apartments, Winslow. 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! WILL SELL ON CONTRACT! Great Winslow Main Street business location. Lot of updates and improve- ments. Separate upstairs apartment. Large area upstairs to add additional apartments. Owner had new roof installed and gutters in November 2017 with warranty. MLS#201801669 FEATURE OF THE WEEK! 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 WOULD CONSIDER SELLING ON CONTRACT! NEW LISTING! Looking for a wooded building site? One acre located just past I-69 on Shady Lane, off of State Hwy. 61. MLS#201908241. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Steve D. Rogers, Samantha Rogers, Thomas A. Dysert Court Appointed Commissioner for Samantha J. Rogers convey to Steven D. Rogers, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Steve D. Rogers, Samantha Rogers, Thomas A. Dysert Court Appointed Commissioner for Samantha J. Rogers convey to Steven D. Rogers, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Carol L. Robling AK A Carol Louise Robling conveys to Carol L. Robling Irrevocable Trust, real estate as re- corded in Pike County. Joseph L. Hensley conveys to Jason Bottoms and Tr- isha Bottoms, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Rosevilla B. Peay conveys to Gerold W. Peay, Sr., real estate as recorded in Pike County. Charles Dewayne Spaw, Suzanne C. Beckley and Pa- mela K. Fenwick quitclaim to Spaw Family Holdings LLC, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Hi stars and welcome to this big stage all lit up in bright, green lights and decorated to help celebrate with all our stars who will have a birthday or anniversary in the week of March 14- 20, so come on up onto this big stage and take a bow. March 14 – Josh Caluya turns 32 years; Ronnie Travis; Andrew Miller turns 28 years; Atalissa Kae Lamey turns one year. March 15 – Amanda Meyer turns 35 years; Blake Lamb turns 28 years; Danny Stone; Carla Clark turns 30 years; Catherine Clark Lough turns 30 years; Susan Wheeler Brittain turns 57 years. March 16 – Dexter Mathena turns 27 years; Jenna White; Tonda Dixon turns 59 years; Lennis Russell turns 61 years. March 17 – Lindsey Nixon turns 22 years; Morgan Moll turns 31 years; Pat Vinnedge; Stacy Taylor turns 45 years; Aaron Bellamy turns 48 years. March 18 – Brian Meyer turns 57 years. March 19 – Britni Meyer turns 34 years; Bill Cochren turns 92 years; Delmar Garretson turns 90 years. March 20 – Wendell McGehee; Kinley Nixon turns nine years; Nati- sha Lynn Slunder; Clifton Gish turns 36 years; Zack and Amanda Vickers will celebrate 11 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 dai- ly thought of them to have a grand day. Steve, Linda, Marie, Bill and ma- ny more stars we all know, those with colds, flus, allergies and the aches and pains of every day life. One postcard was sent to Sweets Column, Winslow, Ind. 47598 this week. Postcard # 656 looks like an old print with many men who are wear- ing shirts. The ladies have long dresses to the ground, and both are wearing some sort of hat. Behind them is a camel with a rider, a real- ly big Ferris wheel, a hot air balloon, some buildings are domes, some structures are tall and slender and some have bright colors on them. Chicago Tribune Art Supple- ment July 9, 1893. It's called "Along the Plaisance," the Midway Plaisance, World's Columbia Exposi- tion, 1893. It reads: "Hi, Sweets, Happy Easter! Janie Tormohlen" Janie, thank you for the postcard of the days of years ago in Chicago and have a wonderful Easter. EVENTS March 15 -17 - Ireland's St. Patrick's Day Celebration-Parade is Sunday. March 17 - St. Patrick's Day-Don't forget to wear green; Winslow Ameri- can Legion Post 115 Auxiliary will be serving a fried chicken dinner at 2 p.m. March 20 - Spring begins. Are you all ready for some spring-like weather? March 21 - Winslow Lions Club will meet at 7 p.m. at the Community Cen- ter. There will be a meal, and the guest will be the District Governor E-25 Ron Edwards; Winslow Parks Board at 7 p.m. at the Community Center. Winslow seniors meet on Monday and Tuesday at the Community Cen- ter. Petersburg seniors meet on Mon- day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday in the courthouse basement. Winslow Patoka River has gone down a little from the rim, but the rain and storms came last Saturday, March 9. Winslow, last week, started off with snow showers with sleet, then snow again with ½ inch on the grassy areas. The streets were fine and only wet. The wind chill was minus zero for a few days, but the temps were in the 20s in the day and teens at night. It didn't start warming up until Thursday, where it rose to 37 with the snow showers that began again early on Friday morning for a few hours with a day- time high of 45. Have you seen the birds in your area? We have blue jays and cardinals and some gray-like small birds. I don't know their name, but the song they sing in the morning makes you think spring is here. Spring begins in a week! Yay! I'm ready to work in the yard and get out of the house. The Winslow Fire Department had received the 10 smoke detectors from Homeland Security, and Jason Bot- toms, the fire chief, has reported that all 10 were installed in Winslow homes. Now if you still need a smoke detector, then let Jason know and you will be on the list when more come their way. Norm and I went out for wood last Friday, March 1. We went out again last Wednesday the 6th and got more. Now the cabin is comfy and cozy. My mom is here for one more week, and Terri Ann has been in Winslow last week also for a visit. She still hopes to see everyone, but with being 92, some days are better than others. She tries to keep going. Well, it's time to dim the lights on this week's ramblings because I can't remember what to write about since I didn't jot it down. Anyway, keep an eye on family and friends, slow down and see the wonders all around your area. Be kind to others and as I always say, smile, wave and say Hi to everyone you see this week. Happy St. Patrick's Day! MIDWEST REALTY 1704 E. National Hwy., Washington • 812-254-3918 Check out these listings and more online at Enjoy your privacy on 5 acres near state owned ground with an abundance of wild life including deer, wild turkey and more. Enjoy the views from the covered porch of the ranch style home. Features 5 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths including master suite with walk-in closet. The main living area of the home is an open concept living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen with bar and pantry, family room, plus a mud room and office. There is a two car attached garage, rear deck and concrete patio. Bring your animals to approx. 3-4 acres of fenced pasture and a 40x40 pole building. HOUSE FOR SALE MLS# 201818525 Call Melissa: 812-617-0133 7684 E. CR 700 S., VELPEN $ 389,900 PRICE REDUCED

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