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July 12, 2017

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The Press-Dispatch Local Wednesday, July 12, 2017 A- 9 Vacation BiBle School Brenton Chapel Church of Christ (on Prides Creek Rd.) Friday, July 28 • 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm Saturday, July 29 • 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm Everyone is invited Saturday evening to a cookout hosted by the church to begin at 6:00pm. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be provided and members will bring a side dish. FOR QUESTIONS, CONTACT LISA SIMS: 812-582-2320 INFLATABLES ON SATURDAY EVENING REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Val J. Fleig, Personal Representative and Thelda C. Edrington deceased convey to Noah J. Cooper and Ka- ra M. Nordhoff, real estate as recorded in Pike County. American Land Holdings of Indiana LLC convey to Reed Michael Faith and Patricia Faith, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Gary R. McCandless and Linda K. McCandless con- vey to Chris McCandless and Kristin L. McCandless, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Christian Baptist Church of Winslow and Trustees of Christian Baptist Church convey to Jeffrey D. Wheat- ley and Stacy K. Wheatley, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Angela D. Furman conveys to Centel Investments Inc., real estate as recorded in Pike County. Bayview Loan Servicing LLC conveys to David Nei- dige and Mary Jo Neidige, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Charles K. McCandless and Max McCandless con- vey to Joel Wells, real estate as recorded in Pike Coun- ty. Margaret Frausto conveys to Justin R. Loveless and Brandi N. Loveless, real estate as recorded in Pike County. American Land Holdings of Indiana LLC convey to Brock Schmitt and Michelle Schmitt, real estate as re- corded in Pike County. Brenda June Loos conveys to Kimberly Canzone- ri, Nancy Nixon, Brian Robertson, Gareth Robertson, Kathy Robertson, Kendra Mankins Robertson, Ryan Robertson, Elaine Tucker, Malinda Wirey, Newton Thompson deceased, Ely Thompson deceased, and unknown heirs or devisees, real estate as recorded in Pike County. Brooks named to IUPUI Dean's List Tanner Brooks, of Win- slow, was named to the Dean's List at IUPUI for the Spring 2017 semester. Tanner is studying Polit- ical Science/Pre-Law and has made the Dean's List all six semesters while attend- ing IUPUI. Tanner is the son of Ken and Dave Barrett, of Win- slow, and Jeff and Christie Brooks, of Petersburg. Schwinghamer graduates from SEMO Christopher Schwing- hamer, of Winslow, was among Southeast Missouri State University's Spring 2017 graduates. He graduated with a Mas- ter's of Natural Science with a major in biology. Student Spotlight Birthdays Smith celebrates 90th birthday with open house Charlotte Smith, of Pe- tersburg, will be celebrat- ing her 90th birthday with an open house on Saturday, July 15 from 1-4 p.m. at the Family Life Center, First Baptist Church, 200 N. 8th Street, Petersburg. The family has requested that gifts be omitted. Charlotte Smith Jacob places second in national welding contest The winners of the 53rd Annual SkillsUSA Cham- pionships in Welding were announced on Friday, June 23, during the awards cere- mony for the SkillsUSA Na- tional Leadership and Skills Conference. The conference was held Monday, June 19, through Friday, June 23, at Freedom Hall and the Ken- tucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky. More than 15,000 students, teachers, education leaders, and rep- resentatives from 600 na- tional corporations, trade associations, businesses and labor unions participated in the event. Pike Central vocational welding student Logan Ja- cob placed second and re- ceived a silver medal in the welding contest. Jacob is a 2017 graduate of Northeast Dubois High School who participated in the Pike Cen- tral vocational welding pro- gram under the direction of welding instructor Kev- in Carter through the Pato- ka Valley Vocational Coop- erative. Jacob is the ninth Pike Central welding student to place in the national con- test in the last 17 years. For his accomplishment, Jacob received Lincoln and Mill- er welding machines; a cut- ting torch outfit; Carhartt clothing valued at $250 ; a one-year membership in the American Welding So- ciety; and numerous tools of the trade. Competitors received con- test drawings and a set of welding procedure specifi- cations. All drawings, weld- ing symbols and welding terms conformed to the lat- est edition of the American Welding Society standards. Through a series of stations, contestants were tested on various aspects of welding: measuring weld replicas; us- ing weld measuring gauges; laying out a plate and using oxy-acetylene equipment to cut several holes that are checked for accuracy and quality; Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW ) on steel making welds in various po- sitions using short circuit- ing transfers; Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW ) us- ing a shielding gas, making welds in various positions and, using a combination machine capable of provid- ing the correct welding cur- rent for shielded metal arc (SMAW ) and gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW ). Competitors completed the steel project and welded an aluminum project in vari- ous positions using a variety of filler metals. Contestants were judged while assembling and welding the project. Cer- tified welding inspectors judged the completed proj- ect through visual examina- tion, measuring size of fillet welds, and weld reinforce- ment. Jacob is currently attend- ing the accelerated weld- ing program through the Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 136 in Evansville. He is the son of Randy and Mar- cie Jacob of Celestine. Logan Jacob Please join us in honoring your loved one with a butterfly release. July 27 • 6:30pm LOCATION: GLC Petersburg Healthcare & Rehab. 309 W. Pike Ave., Petersburg, IN 47567 OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY RSVP BY JULY 25 TO: LaToya Hardiman 812.858.1032 For more information, call: 812.858.1032 With This Ring... 71st Anniversary James and Berline Wil- lis celebrated their 71st an- niversary on July 5, 2017, at 10208 Red Bluff Lane, Fort Worth, Texas, where they are presently staying with their oldest daughter, Bon- nie Powell. James transferred to Fort Bragg, N.C., after return- ing from the war in Okina- wa. He started attending the Church of God in Fayette- ville about ten miles from the military base. While attending the Church of God, he be- came acquainted with a girl named Berline Mae Bare- foot. A fter James was dis- charged from the U.S. Ar- my at camp Atterbury, Ind., he returned to North Caro- lina, where they were mar- ried in Fayetteville on July 5, 1946, by the same minis- ter who performed the mar- riage ceremony for Berline's parents and grandparents. The newly married cou- ple soon returned to Indi- ana, where James attended Indiana University to secure a degree for teaching in In- diana public schools. A fter becoming the parents of five children, Berline had the op- portunity to attend a nurs- ing school in Indianapolis, where she earned a nursing license and worked in var- ious nursing positions for several years. Stacy's Studio of Dance summer camp Stacy's Studio of Dance hosted summer camps on July 6. Princess Camp was for ages 2-Pre-K and Mini Camp was for ages K-3rd grade. These dancers had stretching, ballet, technique, fun dance, and color- ing and game time. Technique Camp was for dancers of all ages that were ready to take their dance skills to the next level. Assistant Teachers included Abi- gail Sutt, Alexa Rayman, Keeley Schell, and Lindsay Purdue. The studio is owned and operated by Sta- cy Hawkins. MINI CAMP Front: Kaelyn Werden, Emily Green, Kaydee Sims, Kellcyn Riker, Zoey Cannon, Gwen Riker, Tay- lor Heeman, Callie Richardsville, Isabella Trousdale and Eva Townsley; back: Novah Williams, Lindsey Woods, Brooklyn Query, Kayelynn Stroud, Keira Blaize, Mya Hudson, Emiley Riker, Ava Sturgeon, El- la Hillyard and Ryleigh Garner. PRINCESS CAMP Front: Elliana Barr, Lilyana Werden, Aubrey McCandless, Khloe Nixon, Kendall Andrews, Mia Query, Mackenzi Miller-Kio and Paisley Junkin; back: Audi Williams, Aubrey Sturgeon, Addy Buchanan, Mad- dy McCandless, Lola Dubon, Harlee Bement and Kaebri Yon. TECHNIQUE CAMP First row: Novah Wil- liams, Gwen Riker, Addie Wibbeler, Audi Williams, Zoey Cannon, Kellcyn Riker and Maddy Mc- Candless; second row: Lindsey Woods, Ryleigh Garner, Calleigh Wibbel- er, Brooklyn Query, Ava Sturgeon, Brenna Ridao, Emily Green and Emiley Riker. Third row: Ella Hill- yard, Keira Blaize, Mi- chaela Gray, Kayelynn Stroud, Avion Murry, Kaelyn Werden, Hal- ey Hallett, Taylor Hee- man and Kaydee Sims; back row: Alivia Cole- man, Maddy Gray, Shelby Ridao, Chloe Willis, Abi- gail Sutt, Allie Davis and Kaydee Streepy.

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