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February 12, 2020

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The Press-Dispatch Home Life Wednesday, Februar y 12, 2020 C- 5 THE DEADLINE FOR ALL REAL ESTATE ADS IS 5 P.M. EVERY MONDAY 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 two free tickets to Huntingburg Music Hall Opry House. THIS WEEK'S BIRTHDAYS Janis Walden .............................. Princeton ........2/13 Doris Miller ................................. Otwell ..........2/14 Kody Cannon ............................ Petersburg .......2/15 Lynda Kinnaman ....................... Petersburg .......2/15 THIS MONTH'S SPONSOR HUNTINGBURG MUSIC HALL Home of David Wayne's Opry 312 N. Main St., Huntingburg • 812-893-1570 Sweet's Column by Barbara Sweet Two bedroom home currently used as a rental property. Landlord has installed a new roof, new heat- pump, updated wiring and installed a new sewer line connection. Large dining room and living room area. MLS#202004768 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. New Price $145,000. MLS# 201650829 CRAFTSMANSHIP HOME. This home is one of the quality homes built in Winslow during the 1930 era. The woodwork and quality of workmanship will amaze you. This home has a lot to offer. Two bedrooms on the main floor with large almost walk-in closets. Everything has been well-maintained. The living room has a cozy fireplace that opens up into a large sunroom with a separate HVAC unit. The basement has a fireplace for bedroom or office that has a walk-out door that accesses the two-car garage. The attic area has a wood stairway for access into a very nice storage area. Large yard area. Lots to see. MLS#201946973 Great investment property. The duplex is located in a very private area with no traffic. The access city street is a dead end road. Renters will feel like they live in the country. Property includes an additional lot that could be used for future development. MLS#202004171 .56 acre lot located on State Hwy. 57 in Rolling Acres. Corner lot with electric, water and gas available. MLS#201952272 Looking for a nice three bedroom, two full bath home? This is it priced to sell and won't last long. Both bathrooms have been updated, master bath has been with a new ceramic tile walk in shower. Cozy family room in basement with fireplace to keep you warm on these cold winter days. Great private deck area in the rear to have family barbecues in the summer. Nice backyard area for the kids to play. Located within walking distance of Hornady Park along the sidewalks that lead to the park. MLS#202003268 Weekend Hideaway – Seven acres of mostly wooded property for camping and hunting. Located on a dead end road. MLS#201950106 HUNTER'S DREAM PROPERTY. Looking for isolated property for hunting or camping? This is it. There are 85 acres of property located near Decker on a dead end road. Almost 100% wooded area full of wildlife. MLS#201926582 SALE PENDING! NEW LISTING! SALE PENDING! NEW LISTING! NEW LISTING! SALE PENDING! PRICE REDUCED! 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! WE HAVE CLIENTS LOOKING FOR HOMES! • LIST WITH US TODAY! Storage Building units for Rent. Located on 808 Collins Street, Winslow. 8X12 unit $60/Month. WISH LIST! WE NEED LISTINGS Looking for a three-plus bedroom and two-bath double-wide or modular home, in the price range of $79,000 Looking for a $200,000, three-bedroom home with a two-car garage, located in Petersburg with a small lot. Looking for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom home with a garage, in the price range of $100,000. Looking for a three to four-bedroom, two-bathroom home with a basement in the price range of $150,000. Looking for a two to five acre country lot with available electric and water. Looking for a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home with garage. Stick built or modular for $85,000, in the Petersburg area. Looking for a two-bedroom home in the country, on one acre, for under $80,000 Hi stars and welcome to the big stage lit bright, red and pink lights, and decorated to help celebrate with all our stars who will have a birthday or anniversary in the week of Febru- ary 13-19. Come up onto this stage and take a bow. February 13 – Rachael Meyer turns 20 ; Ryan Meyer turns 20 ; Amanda Meyer Crane turns 42; Austin Bolin turns 24; Treven Maier turns 19; Hen- ry Nelson turns 70 ; Donna King turns 50. February 14 – Zack Vickers turns 30 ; Tyler Hill turns 22; Nate Wineinger turns 41; Tom and Happy Vinnedge cel- ebrate 28 years; Jerry and Rosella Hill celebrate 36 years. February 15 – Pamela Sturgeon Meyer turns 55; Matthew Raney turns 53; Jeremy Henderson turns 28; Maci Kay Dunn. February 17 – Hannah Lombarde turns 26; Kenneth Hall turns 80. February 18 – Travis Atkins turns 36; Eugenia Rose Smeltekup turns 12; Zoe Russell turns 11; Georgia Sharp Quick; Kenneth and Hope Hall cele- brate 59 years. February 19 – Heather Rolens turns 47; Brenda Riley turns 60 ; Nathan De- Weese turns 39. 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 a little help from all of us to listen and care about them. Winslow is very saddened to hear of the passing of Arvle Wade, 70, on Janu- ary 29. He left us to be in a better place. Arvle was always on the go, you could have seen him uptown talking with many friends, stopping in a restaurant to eat or on a summer day to enjoy a small tasty ice cream. He was seen at the Winslow seniors group and was a member of the Winslow Lions Club. His main travel source was a motor- ized chair that could be seen from the Riverside Park or on every street in the town of Winslow. To everyone who knew Arvle and to his family, remem- ber all those great times and share your memories, and more memories will be added. Arvle is truly missed in our Town of Winslow. EVENTS February 14 - Valentine's Day, chil- dren will hand out valentine's cards to their friends and teachers. Many stars will go out with their spouse or family. Lots of stars will receive ros- es, chocolates or maybe get engaged or married. Have a great day to celebrate a day of love. February 17 - Winslow Fire Dept. training at 6:30 p.m. at the station house. February 20 - Winslow Lions Club at 7 p.m. at the Community Center. February 29 - Polar Plunge at Prides Creek for Special Olympics. Winslow seniors meet on Monday and Tuesday at the Community Center. Petersburg seniors meet on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday in the courthouse basement. We received no postcards this week at Sweets Column, Winslow, IN 47598. Winslow Patoka River was high and it should still be high since we had rain, some heavy, and snow showers starting last Monday evening. It wasn't a whole day and night, but some every- day for three days. The north winds brought int he snow, but it also brought in the cold winter-like weather that blows with a bite. On the day of the big game, it was in the high 60s, but since the days of rain started, the temps dropped into the middle 30s. While the snow flurries fell, it looked nice to see it land on the trees, but to walk on the wood porch wasn't too much fun be- cause the snow became ice crystals on the wood. I don't like to walk on stuff that can cause you to fall. The end of January, our refrigera- tor was making a noise like it was try- ing to run but couldn't. So, when Norm got off work, we went to different plac- es to find the right one for our needs, and by the time night came, we had our new fridge in its place and the old one on the porch. We got the GE Hotpoint with a top freezer and the fridge part has lots of door space. I can set a roast- er pan on the shelf and still have room for other items. The only thing we have to do later is change the hardware for the doors to open on the right side. Well, the groundhog in Winslow saw her shadow, so six more weeks of win- ter. I guess that prediction has come true. We have had our winter weather arrive, so Mother Nature decided to see what the groundhog's prediction for our area was going to be. Finally, winter has come, if only for a few days. Besides Groundhog Day, it was also the day of the big game be- tween the San Francisco 49ers, who scored 20, and the Kansas City Chiefs, who won with a score of 31. Norma and I had our own party at home watch- ing the game. Our team won. The commercials for this year were great on some and for others, I wish not to see anymore. Norm stayed up until the end of the game and then, since it was late, he had to go to sleep to get up ear- ly, like almost everyone else who works or goes to school. It was a great game day to enjoy together. We stopped by to see our friends, Tim and Jeanette, since we haven't seen them since before Christmas and they were wondering if we were still here and how we were doing. Things are great for all of us and we hope it won't be another month before we vis- it again. We all went to pick up a horse trailer and the property had a great scenic view, so calming. The couple has a cat that loves to bed down in the horse trailer and he almost didn't want to come out, but he did. We got more wood from our wood guy and his equipment had broken down, so he had to buy a new piece of machinery to continue his log cutting. As we loaded up our wood and began to leave, his piece of machinery was put into his workshop, ready to be used. We also saw our White Buffalo Gor- don, who looks great. Winslow Lions held a special service for Arvle Wade before the regular ser- vice and viewing on Saturday, Feb. 8, because he was a Winslow Lion for a long time, serving in many positions. The Winslow Lions plan to have some new events coming up this year, and maybe on March 14, we will hold a Pi Day, where we could use your help with making pies. More informa- tion will follow when we find a place to hold it and decide on a time. Would you come for pie? Well I guess it's time to dim the lights on this stage, but keep an eye on family and friends, slow down and see the beauty in your area. Always, smile, wave and say "hi" to everyone you see this week. Take care of your- self with all the viruses going around. Happy Valentine's Day. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Mary P. Sampson quitclaims to Craig S. Sampson and Mary P. Sampson, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Norma J. Meadors Estate conveys to Tina Marie Weisman, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Norma J. Meadors Estate conveys to Heather Mi- chelle Fitt, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Norma J. Meadors Estate conveys to Michael J. Meadors, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Norma J. Meadors Estate conveys to Melissa Jan- et Meredith, real estate as recorded in Pike County. John R. Marron and Juile A. Marron convey to Old National Bank and Integra Bank, NA, real estate as re- corded in Pike County. Schermer Family Trust conveys to Jonathon Crece- lius, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Randy D. Bailey and Ronnie G. Bailey convey to Trailer Sales, LLC, real estate as recorded in Pike County. United Minerals, Inc. conveys to LEL Family, LLC, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Dennis Weisman conveys to Craig Mitchell Weis- man and Errin Lynn Mort Weisman, real estate as re- corded in Pike County. Brandon J. Schultheis and Missy K. Schultheis con- vey to Brad Miller and Chantel Miller, real estate as recorded in Pike County.

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