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April 10, 2013

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C-6 Wednesday, April 10, 2013 The Press-Dispatch Personals By Judy True Birthdays Belated birthday was Jamie McClure on April 8. Current birthdays are Alan Dillon and Sharon Elliott on April 13; Chad Ellis and Kenna Longabaugh, both on April 14; Noah Anthony Morrison will be 3 and D. J. Cox will be 24 on April 14; Paige Barron will be 11 on April 16; Todd Morrison will be 41, Justin Hill will be 28, Julie Hunt will be 26, Peg Hyneman will be 92 and Clint Hyneman on April 18. Last Saturday, Joyce Selby attended the 92nd birthday party for Mildred Thomas. The party was at a local restaurant in Petersburg. Easter guests of Peggy Hyneman were Randy and Cindy Beard, Bret, Judy and Clint Hyneman, Bert, Ann and Samantha Hyneman, Shane and Kayla Hayes, Joe and Brittany Davidson, and Ivan and Susan Baker. Calls were received from Tanner Fields, Cathy Fields and Natalie Marsh. Chalmer and Loveda Burden of Petersburg went to Vincennes for lunch last Saturday to celebrate Loveda���s birthday. They went to a local barbeque restaurant where they sang ���Happy Birthday��� to her. Easter Sunday was celebrated in the home of Virginia Flory, Monroe City. Visiting with her throughout the day were members of her family, Cheryl, J.D., Alex, Dawn and Bryson Litherland, Jan and Scott Stangle, Jeff and Teresa Flory, Kathy and Steve Litherland, Kris, Harley and Kailyn Perry and cousin, Patty Shipp. Becky was unable to be home on Easter day. She���s spending this week with her mother. An early Easter dinner was hosted last Saturday at the home of Chad and Alissa Tharp and children for their family. A dinner was served, followed by an Easter egg hunt for the kids. Ruthann and Mike Hillenbrand of Jasper went to Easter Sunday services with her parents, Bob and Betty Chesser, at Immanuel Baptist Church. Easter dinner for the Morrison family was served at the home of Todd and Audrey Morrison. Those attending, besides the hosts were: Ruth Morrison, Lucy McKannan, Ronnie, Patty, Tylar, Noah, Lily and Sophie Morrison, Tina Morrison and Justin Hill, Scot and C.J. Kenoyer, Damon and Angie Pugh, Tony and Karla Schroeder, James, Joann, Cali, Harley, Jaxon and Debbie Alexander. Grace was said by Lucy McKannan. On Easter Sunday, Joyce Selby was invited to dinner at the home of her brother, Royce Burris and family in Jasper. Dinner was served, followed by an Easter egg hunt for the kids. Bob and Ruth Snyder went to Michele and Kyle Bennett���s in Jasper for Easter Sunday dinner. Other guests were the Bennett���s sons, Evan and Kelsey Bennett and Ethan Bennett and sister Clara Bennett and Kyle���s parents, Edward and Carolyn Bennett. On Saturday, March 29, the Union General Store was the site of a surprise birthday celebration for Kenny Muncy, of Wheeling. Before the evening was over, more than 65 visitors had stopped by for a snack and conversation. Hosted by family members, the party was in honor of Kenny���s 70th birthday, which was on Easter Sunday. Lanie Chandler was an Easter Sunday dinner guest of Ken and Sharon Kramer. Frank and Adele Kolb hosted Easter Sunday dinner and those attending were Jeff and Terri Sullivan and Mitch, Marissa and Heidi Breidenbaugh. Jodi and Barb Wade hosted Easter Sunday dinner for Louie, Sherri and Courtney Gee, Stacy Sutton, Tony Cox and Theresa Nash. Evelyne McClure���s family celebrated Easter on Saturday at her home. They also celebrated birthdays of Evan Meyer of Petersburg and Jessika Meyer of Princeton. Those attending were Kathy and Dennis Kelley, Jodi Meyer, James Winter, Justin Neuman of Awsso, Mich., Ashley and Kash Meyer of Petersburg. Kash also liked the Easter egg hunt in ���Nan���s��� yard. Evelyne received Happy Easter calls from her granddaughter, Mollie, in Guam, and her girl friend Dorothy Huey Southwood, of Craw- fordsville. Peg Hyneman of Hazleton attended an early Easter dinner on Saturday at the home of Jim Beery in Oaktown. Many family members were in attendance and an egg hunt was hosted. Charlotte Miles and son Ed Miles went to Easter services at the Immanuel Baptist Church and then ate dinner at a restaurant near Winslow. On Tuesday, Charlotte Miles went to visit with Neena Stevens and Zoe, and had lunch together. Then on Saturday, she went to get her hair done and met a friend she had not seen for years��� Elizabeth Kendall. On Saturday evening, Charlotte and friends from Washington went out to dinner and then attended the Beale Creek Theatre. Ruth Morrison went to Vincennes on Monday to see her doctor. When she got home, Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth (Rachel) Hurst were visitors. On Tuesday evening, J.T. and Kailyn Krieg and Debbie Alexander, Todd and Audrey and Tina Morrison and Lucy McKannan visited in the Morrison home. On Easter Sunday, Jo Western was invited to her daughter-in-law���s for dinner, Patty Western and family. Martha Horne, a resident at RiverOaks Health Campus, appreciated out of town family members stopping by over the Easter weekend. Ethel Conley and several of her friends attended the Easter Sunrise service and breakfast at the Francisco Methodist Church. Barbara Potts, of Evansville, attended church on Easter Sunday, with her mother, Vera Potts, at the Union Community Church. After church, they went to Vera���s home and spent the rest of the day together. Marvin and Sue Ellen Barton and Derek Barton went to Easter Sunday services at Mt. Tabor Church. It was the first time since Christmas that Sue Ellen was able to attend. Audrene Cook, of Hazleton, and friend Don McKibben, of Vincennes, went to a neighbor���s for Easter dinner. Bill and Kay Reneer, Mike and Jenna White, all of Union, and Lou and Marilyn Gaston, of Princeton, went to Beulah White���s for Easter Sunday dinner. Loveda Burden of Petersburg went to her brother���s home, Cicero Flener, Jr., in Hartford, Ky. for Easter dinner, with an Easter egg hunt afterwards. Tina Morrison and friend, Mary Wallace, went to Memphis, Tenn. and visited Graceland the last week in March, and also went shopping at the outlet stores. Shaun Kelley and his friend took a motorcycle trip to the Gulf Shores on Easter weekend. Jim and Inez King took their daughter and granddaughter, Judy Elber and Sarah, to the Union Store for lunch last week to celebrate Sarah���s 17th birthday. Charlie and Betty Jo Wright and their daughter and granddaughter, Charlene and Zoey Frederick, of Middleburg, Fla., joined them after church on Easter Sunday at a local restaurant in Vincennes for dinner. Afterwards, the Fredericks left to go back to Florida. On Wednesday, Charlie and Betty were in Evansville for a doctor���s appointment. On Saturday evening, Charlie and Betty Jo ate dinner at a local restaurant in Princeton. For Easter dinner, Lillie Schatz was invited to the home of her sister, Norma Jean Schatz, along with Norma���s family, Brad and Leslie Schatz and children, Chris and Sarah Schatz and children and James Schatz and family. Following dinner, an Easter egg hunt was hosted for the kids. Lorrayne Perry was invited for Easter Sunday dinner with her granddaughters, Patricia and Kerry Onyett. Then she went to Jarrod and Ashley Gideon and children to visit and then to her son���s, Dennis and Phyllis Whitehead. Bill and Marada Willis attended the Petersburg Free Methodist Church on Easter for the play in which their two grandsons were participants. Afterwards, they went to their daughter���s, Janet and David Goodrid, and J.D. Goodrid for dinner. Other guests were Brandon and Sheila Goodrid, Austin and Award winning routine The Pike Central Percussion Group, the Indiana State Champions, performed before a huge crowd Saturday night at the Harlem Wizards basketball game. The group drew a huge ovation from the crowd after performing their state championship number for halftime entertainment. The percussion group also performed Sunday at the Spring Band Concert, along with the Pike Central Concert Band and Jazz Band. Flags delight the crowd The Pike Central High School Winter Color Guard performed during the Harlem Wizards halftime Saturday night before more than 1,000 people at the game. They did their winter routine that has won awards. The Color Guard members toss their flags in the air during their routine. Kaden. The Bunch for Lunch met at a local restaurant in Princeton on Monday. Those attending were: Evelyne McClure, Maurice Hurt and Fern Peavler, all of Princeton and Dona Jenkins and Jerry and Pat Ott of Francisco, including 12 other family members. Beulah White celebrated her 85th birthday on Tuesday. To celebrate, Lou and Marilyn Gaston made pies for Beulah and Kay Reneer got lunch from the Union Store. Later that evening, another birthday party was hosted for Beulah with Bill and Kay Reneer, Mike and Jenna White, Ray White and Robin, Gage and Jaylin White. Dinner was served, including birthday cake and ice cream. Rick and Nancy Wheatley went to Mt. Carmel, Ill. on Tuesday of last week. Rita McGuyer and her sister, Faye Junklin, went to Bassier, La. to visit with her niece and family. The ladies also went to Purvies, Miss. to visit with Rita���s son, Terry and Donna McGuyer and son. Then, they went to Shreveport, La. to the Boardwalk to do mostly shopping before they returned home on Thursday. Bob and Betty Chesser of Petersburg, appreciate seeing Bob���s nephew and wife, Raymond and Alberta Chesserof Vicksburg, Mich. They are camping at Pride���s Creek. Larry Pauley of Princeton was released from the hospital on Thursday after being there for 31 days. He is do- Pregnant... or think you are? 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The 50-year class was honored, along with the other special generations of classes. The group agreed to move the dinner and reunion to the Blue Jean Center, which was the former Monroe City High School Dale Beadles has been a patient at Gibson General Hospital last week, suffering from pneumonia. Dallas Paul Collins was a Saturday afternoon visitor of his aunt, Hazel Collins. Marge Tharp, Elizabeth Stephens, Ruth Snyder, Kathy Harker and Cassie Harker attended the REMC meeting in Vincennes on Saturday afternoon. Chalmer Burden and James King planted onions on Friday afternoon. Larry Willis and James King went fishing on Saturday afternoon for the first time this season. Last week, Becky Beadles took one of her granddaughters, Kendall White, to soccer practice on Thursday after school. Then she took another granddaughter, Lexie White, to Evansville to North High School, where Lexie played in the band. Joyce Selby was in Jasper shopping on Friday afternoon. Walt and Marcella Robb took care of their grandson, Colt Hadley, on Monday and Tuesday���he was sick with allergies. On Thursday, Marcella visited with Vep Degenhart at the Water���s Nursing Home in Princeton. Curt Cain visited with his mother, Betty Cain, in Princeton on Friday afternoon. Rick and Nancy Wheatley went to Vincennes on Sunday morning for breakfast at a local restaurant and then they went shopping before coming home. Card shower Peg Hyneman will turn 92 on April 18. To send her a card, the address is: 113 E. First Street, Hazleton, IN 47640. Celebrates 88th birthday Margie Wheeler celebrated her 88th birthday on Friday with both her sons, Bob Sloan of Francisco and Bill Sloan of Elberfield. Gary McCandless also stopped by to wish her a Happy Birthday along with other family members. Elizabeth turns 3 On Sunday afternoon, a birthday party was hosted for Elizabeth Rayne Stephens at the home of her grandparents, Terry and Debbie Tharp. 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