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May 15, 2019

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The Press-Dispatch Home Life Wednesday, May 15, 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 JA Primitives, in Petersburg. THIS WEEK'S BIRTHDAYS Marsha Shawhan ....................... Petersburg .........5/6 Sharon Byrnes .......................... Petersburg .......5/15 Marcia Seifrig ............................... Otwell ..........5/15 Michael Chamness ....................... Jasper ..........5/16 Cathy Dearing .............................. Otwell ..........5/17 David Dorsey............................. Petersburg .......5/18 Eula Hughes ............................. Petersburg .......5/18 Cindy Ridao ................................. Otwell ......... 5/20 Braden Knight ........................... Petersburg .......5/21 THIS MONTH'S SPONSOR JA Primitives 1335 N. Kennedy Court, Petersburg 812-789-6229 Sweet's Column by Barbara Sweet 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 Looking for property out in the country close to town? This is it. Almost three acres with large master bedroom with new custom built walk in shower. Open concept kitchen and living room area. Large additional second bedroom 15x12. Owner built on in 2012 a one car garage and an 11x20 extra room that opens out to a 12x18 covered deck. Metal roof and truss system was installed over residence. Chain link fence runs installed for dog exercise area. Lots to see. Priced to sell at $59,500. MLS #201914958 Storage Building units for Rent. Located on 808 Collins Street, Winslow. 8X12 unit $60/Month. WE HAVE CLIENTS LOOKING FOR HOMES! • LIST WITH US TODAY! RENTAL PROPERTY 31.98 acres prime field tilled farm ground. High in pot ash, nitrogen and phosphorus for good soil fertility. MLS#201912317. Looking for a wooded building site? One acre located just past I-69 on Shady Lane, off of State Hwy. 61. MLS#201908241. 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 improvements. Separate upstairs apartment. Large area upstairs to add additional apartments. Owner had new roof installed and gutters in November 2017 with warranty. MLS#201801669 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 recreation- al activities. $154,850. MLS #201838768 SALE PENDING! 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 SALE PENDING! NEW LISTING! 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! REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Marvin L. Goodrid conveys to Randy E. Anders, re- al estate as recorded in Pike County. Fred Giles, Lena Giles, Mike Wampler and Kim Wampler convey to Derek A. Meyer, real estate as re- corded in Pike County. Michael J. Voyles conveys to State of Indiana, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Gregory A. Mangin and Lou Ann Mangin convey to State of Indiana, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Brenda J. Nicholson and Stephen L. Nicholson con- vey to Jamen K. Frederick and Megan L. Frederick, real estate as recorded in Pike County. A.L. Williams conveys to A.L. Williams and C.L. Wil- liams, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Nathan McCain quitclaims to 511 East Poplar Street Land Trust, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Phillip E. Claridge and William Kent Claridge quit- claim to Sharlene Claridge, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Melissa K. Koger, FK A Melissa K. O'Neal quit- claims to Melissa K. Koger and Anthony S. Koger, re- al estate as recorded in Pike County. Helen M. Caldemeyer conveys to Jerry D. Clem and Rita G. Clem, real estate as recorded in Pike County. The Bank of New York Mellon FK A The Bank of New York as Trustee for the CWABS, Inc. Asset Backed Certificated Series 2006 -13 conveys to 2019 Castle LLC, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Windgate Properties, LLC quitclaims to Robert E. Franklin Trustee Ref Investment Trust , real estate as recorded in Pike County. Dorothy G. Hensley conveys to Dorothy G. Hensley and Connie M. Hensley transferable on death, real es- tate as recorded in Pike County. Tracy Allen Decker, Angela Dawn Decker, Tracy Decker and Angela Decker convey to John J. Cloe, Mandi L. Cloe, John Cloe and Mandi Cloe, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Robert J. Sanders conveys to Kristie Sanders and Jack Sanders, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Robert G. Waddle and Daniel E. Waddle AIF con- vey to Nicholas B. Gentry, real estate as recorded in Pike County. ECONOMY Continued from page 4 May 18, 2019 – 8:30 a.m. Public Auto Auction Please have all consignments in by ursday at 5 p.m. Preview and inspect on Friday from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Items consigned include: Dump Truck; Grain Truck; Lawn Mowers; Tractors; Utility Trailers; Implements; Lawn and Garden Equipment; and more. Graber Auctions ~ 812-254-2220 Mark J. Graber - AU1940013 1382 S. State Rd 257, Washington, IN ~Expecting 150 Vehicles!~ See for photos. nese pigs used to eat a lot of American soybeans not that long ago. Fewer pigs in soybean markets mean less demand for that quan- tity supplied. The United States pork industry con- siders spread of the disease enough of a threat that the National Pork Producers Council recently cancelled the World Pork Expo. To wrap everything up in a bow, a story hit national headlines this week about farmer sentiments drop- ping. Purdue University in conjunction with the CME Group administers a survey each month of select pro- ducers around the nation. The drop in producer opti- mism from April to May to- taled the largest one month drop since data began to be reported in 2015. The final result was still more hope- ful than some months in the past, as the low on the ba- rometer occurred around March of 2016. Howev- er, compared to the previ- ous month, less hope ex- ists to go around. For more information, contact Hans Schmitz at 812-838 -1331 or AREA HAPPENINGS Free Clothing Bank - Oak Grove Church in Oakland City offers a free clothing bank each Tuesday 9 -11 a.m. (Oakland City time) for everyone. They carry new and used clothing. Location is on Morton Street, just past Chuckles. Come to the gymnasium door located at the back of the church. Women's Cancer Support Group - The Lange-Fuhs Cancer Center at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Cen- ter offers a support group for women who have had can- cer of any type or are currently undergoing cancer treat- ment. Sessions are the third Tuesday of each month from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Lange-Fuhs Cancer Center Confer- ence Room, located at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center's Dorbett Street entrance. For more information about the "Women's Support Group," visit www.mhhcc. org and click on "Classes & Events," or call The Lange- Fuhs Cancer Center at 812-996 -7488. Winslow Alcoholics Anonymous – will meet every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Call 812-789 -8535 for location of the meeting. Al-Anon meeting – Meetings are each Wednesday at 11:30 a.m., located at 424 W. 7th St. in Jasper. For more information, call 812-887-0349. Narcotic Anonymous – Every Wednesday at 7 p.m. at River of Life Fellowship Church. Odd Fellows IOOF Pacific Lodge #175 meeting - the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. All area mem- bers are encouraged to attend. Otwell Ruritan - will have its monthly meetings the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. Pike Lodge #121 F&AM regular stated meeting - the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. All area Masons are invited to attend. Jefferson Township Community Center of Otwell - will have its monthly meetings the first Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. All members are urged to attend. "Creating Hope" For Cancer Patients - Memori- al Hospital and Health Care Center is offering Creating Hope® sessions on the first and second Tuesday of each month from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. These sessions are designed for cancer patients, their families and caregivers. Art ma- terials and an instructional book are available at each ses- sion. No previous art experience is needed. Creating Hope® sessions are free and are held in the Lange-Fuhs Cancer Center Conference Room located at the Dorbett Street entrance of Memorial Hospital, 800 West 9th Street in Jasper. For more information about this class, visit Memorial Hospital's website at and click on "Class- es & Events," or call The Lange-Fuhs Cancer Center at 812-996 -7488. Hi stars and welcome to this big stage all lit up in colorful lights and decorated to help celebrate with all our stars who will have a birthday or an- niversary in the week of May 16 -22. Come up onto this stage and take a bow. May 16 - Shanon Meyer turns 43; Al- exander Milan Williams turns 12; Don Sasser; Chelsea Bolin turns 24; Kathy Hartley turns 65; Eric Williams turns 41; Brittany Roach; Michael Chamness turns 55. May 17 - Jeffery Allen Perry, Jr.; Em- ma Hendrixson turns 13; Mark and Vickie Cravens celebrate 39 years. May 18 - Darlene Broshears turns 71; Logan Mattox Guthrie turns 12; Grace Olivia Jean Jones turns 11. May 19 - Rachael Ehrich turns 33; Joshua Popp turns 31. May 20 - Eric Dillman turns 33; Dustin Dove turns 32. May 21 - Brittaney Merritt turns 23; Chelsea Loveland; Curtis and Michelle Genco celebrate 15 years. May 22 - Matthew Nicholson turns 39; Makenna Goins turns 18; Jonathan Stokes turns 18; Mike An Joseph turns 45; Tiffany McCandless; Andrew and Marybeth Bolin celebrate nine 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 brighter day: Laura, Bill, Virginia, Annabel, Benny, Lanora, Steve, Katy, Teresa and ma- ny more we all know; those with aller- gies, colds and the aches and pains of every day life. EVENTS May 16 - Winslow Lions Club and Winslow Park Board meet at 7 p.m. at the Community Center. May 20 - Winslow Volunteer Fire Dept. training at 6:30 p.m. at the sta- tion house. May 25 - Timeless Classics of Pike County will hold their car show at Hor- nady Park. May 26 - Winslow American Legion Auxiliary 115 will serve a free meatloaf dinner at 1 p.m. May 27 - Memorial Day, where cer- emonies will be at several cemeter- ies in the morning hours. Check The Press-Dispatch for times in your area of Pike County; 12th Memorial Day Parade in Winslow, with line-up at 1 p.m. at the ele- mentary school parking lot. The parade starts at 2 p.m. and will go south on Main St. to Union St. to Oak Hill Cemetery, where a service will be held with Roy Hen- derson as our speaker, along with POW-MIA and Taps by the Winslow American Le- gion Post 115. May 30 -June 1 - Pike County Spring Clean-Up. Winslow town stars may set their items to be hauled off at the curb- side on Thursday and Friday by 8 a.m. If you need assistance, contact Free- dom and Fire Church at 618 -783-5566. Winslow seniors meet on Monday and Tuesday at the Community Center. Petersburg seniors meet on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday in the courthouse basement. Sweets Column, Winslow, IN 47598 had no postcards or notes this week. Winslow Patoka River is overflowing again but not by the rainfall but by the release of water from Patoka Lake. The Riverside Park has water into the pack by the beaver where he is sitting in wa- ter again. The ditch along Union St. is full but not over the road, just in the yards on both sides of the side streets. Ticks and mosquitoes are out and so are the wood bees, hornets and wasps, so be very careful as your out in your yard or on your porch. The flowers are still in full bloom and I saw some rose bushes that have blooms already. Yards are really grow- ing fast that if you mowed on Monday, by Thursday, you almost needed to mow again. Have you seen butterflies and fireflies? They are out also. Saturday, May 4 had two events go- ing on in Winslow. The Poehlein Spring Bass Tour- ney had 16 teams who has some fun fishing in the rain. The results were: 1st place: Jacob Marchino and Ash- ton Evans with a weight of 23 lbs., 12 oz.; 2nd place - Lincoln Poehlein and Hunter Croak with a weight of 23 lbs.; 3rd place - Tommy Oakley and T.J. Ayeward with a weight of 21 lbs., 11 oz.; tied for 4th place - Cody Kendle and Keith McGee, and Corey Cox and Josh Brauneck- er with a weight of 20lbs. Congrats to all the fish- ermen and fisherwom- en. The next Poehlein Fall Bass Tourney will be September 7, 5 a.m.-5 p.m. The Winslow Masonic Lodge #360 had some re- ally delicious pork chop dinners that were so fill- ing that Norm and I had to take our dessert with us and eat it later. There were several who sat down and ate with family and friends, and there were several Masons who served that tasty meal. Ruth Carlisle was there and we had a great talk. She is the moth- er of Rex and Max, who have sent us postcards from new places around the world. I hope you all put this date on your calendar for next year's event and get one of the tasty pork chop meals. Saturday, May 11 was the Spurgeon Fire Pancake Breakfast and the Pike County Yard Sale. Then on Sunday, May 12 was Mother's Day. I will talk about them in next week's ramblings. I do hope that all you mothers out there had a great and enjoyable time with your loved ones and you got that "I love you, Mom." This is the month where the kids will end their school days for 2018 -2019 and many will go into another grade, or go to a higher education, or out in the workforce, so congrats to all our stars everywhere. Norm and I watched on T V the Vincennes University Class of 2019 graduation and there was one per- son in the Pike County area we know. So, congrats to Tyler Maharrey. We al- so saw the stars of the PBS Vincennes News that we have been watching, so congrats to all of them. We will miss your program for the summer months. Well, I can't think of anything else to write about so the lights are about to dim on this week's ramblings, but keep an eye on family and friends, slow down and see all the glorious wonders in your neck of the woods. As I always say, smile, wave and say Hi to every- one you see this week.

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