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D-2 Home Life Wednesday, October 11, 2017 The Press-Dispatch 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 prize from a local business and a free three month Press-Dispatch subscription. This month's birthdays have a chance to win a $25 gift certificate to Route 56 Antiques & Treasurers. THIS WEEK'S BIRTHDAYS McKenzie Dunn ............................ Otwell ........10/12 Mary Traylor ............................. Petersburg .....10/12 Paige Bastin ................................. Otwell ........ 10/14 Rosella Hill ................................. Winslow ....... 10/15 Linda Popp ............................... Petersburg ..... 10/16 THIS MONTH'S SPONSOR 3329 W. State Road 56, Petersburg (Near Bowman on State Road 56) Phone: 812-354-5645 • Like Us on Facebook Pike County Personals by Judy True THE DEADLINE FOR ALL REAL ESTATE ADS IS 5 P.M. EVERY MONDAY Petersburg, Indiana 47567• Phone: (812) 354-7777 IN License #AU10000269 see, auctioneer #39502 IH 584 utility diesel tractor, 3660 hrs, 3 point hitch, with Farmhand GL 520 front end loader; John Deere 8' rear mount blade with hyd. Tilt; 7' bush hog; 1999 Chevy C1500 Silverado extended cab pickup 125,919 miles, power windows and locks; 1983 Honda 3wheeler; IH Cub Cadet GT 1554 riding mower with grass catcher; Ex-Mark Lazer Zero turn mower with 60" cut, low hours, (nice clean unit like new); IH pedal tractor; antique store scales from the Dougan feed store in Petersburg; bicycles; flower pots and yard ornaments; wheel barrow; 10' alum step ladder; 10' wood ext ladder; lawn and garden tools; front tine tiller; push mower; miter box; weed eaters; Pioneer chain saw; hedge trimmers; cutting torch outfit; planter plates; hyd jacks; lots of box bolts and misc.; post hole diggers; 2 Crasman tool chests; Cambridge Agri-heater shop lp gas heater; large assortment hand tools; battery powered drills; bench drill press; pipe wrenches; c-clamps; Crasman portable air compressor; portable air tank; Lincoln AC 225 amp electric welder; hand seeders; leaf blowers; 15 gal sprayer for 4-wheeler; misc. furniture items including dining table w/6 chairs and hutch; sofa; occ chairs; bedroom furniture; wall mirror; china cabinet; baking dishes and small appliances; pots and pans; Christmas decorations; costume jewelry; lots of other household items. NOTES: Only a partial listing with more to be added, food and restroom available. To view photos of this auction visit our website at www. auctioneer ID 39502. 2 auction rings will run part of the day. TERMS: Cash, personal check, Visa/Master Card, proper ID for registration. PUBLIC AUCTION e following described personal property from the estate of Marvie L. Flint will be offered at Public Auction located at 2146 E. Alford, Petersburg, Ind. (take Hwy 356 from Petersburg thru Alford ½ mile to Auction site) watch for signs on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14 10 A.M. (pike co. time) OWNER: MARVIE L. FLINT ESTATE MARK FLINT: EX. ROGER W. CRAIG, AUCTIONEER/BROKER EARL WAGLER, AUCTIONEER 812-598-3936 Lic. #AU10800006 Sat., Oct. 21, 10am CDT 1905 W. CR 300 N. Rockport, IN 47635 PUBLIC AUCTION G&E FAMILY TRUST Tractors: 5400 John Deere w/loader Ford 8N Farm Equipment, Tools, Antiques and more. 80 +/- Acres Property Location: CR 400 N., Rockport IN 47635 Spencer Co. For information on this great piece of farmland, call Johny Ray today. Auctioneer note: The property will be selling the same day as the farm tractors, implements, tools and antiques. BIRTHDAYS October 10 – Bill All- dredge; Jordan Hunt October 12 – Mark Crow- ley; Jackie Gourley October 13 – Betty Witt Farris; Becky Ford Parten- heimer October 14 – Mike Gour- ley turns 57 October 16 – Cheri New- man Seiler; Christy Tipton turns 30 October 19 – Matt Berry October 20 – Autumn Hudson October 22 – Randy Arm- strong; Paul Duncan; Wen- di Wright October 23 – Marie Tol- bert October 25 – Judy True; A.J. Alldredge October 26 – Noah and Nicole Heichelbech; Tan- ner Meade October 27 – Lexie White October 30 – Sherry Royal turns 21; Kim Slater turns 32 Anniversaries Tom and Jean Adams will celebrate their 47th wedding anniversary on October 17. TURKEY, NOODLE DINNER OCT. 14 The Beadle Bunch and Friends Relay for Life Team hosts their annual turkey and noodle dinner fundrais- er on Saturday, Oct. 14, from 3-7 p.m. at the Princeton Community Middle School Cafeteria. The all-you-can-eat menu includes sliced turkey, noo- dles, mashed potatoes, dressing, green beans, corn, roll, slaw, drink and home- made dessert. Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 5 -12 and children 4 and un- der eat free. Carry-out is available. Call 812-779 -6110 for more information. THE BLUE JEANS CENTER The Blue Jeans Center will host a Sunday dinner on Sunday, October 15 from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. serv- ing hot chicken salad, meat loaf, potatoes, green beans, carrots, slaw and desserts. Suggested donation is $ 9 for adults and $4 for children. Carry outs will be available. All proceeds benefit the Blue Jean Center. RUTH'S NEWS Damon and Angie Pugh visited Ruth on Thursday evening. Lucy McKannan took Ruth Morrison out to get her lunch on Friday. Alan and Tina Barrett vis- ited on Friday afternoon. Ruth had a surprise vis- it with her great-nephew Mike Gourley and his wife Peggy and daughter McK- enzie of Lawrenceville, Ill. They came by on Friday on their way to Holiday World and were planning on spend- ing the weekend there. J.T., Tonya, Kaidyn, GraceLynn and Dawsyn Krieg went to Holiday world on Sunday. Todd Morrison and Deb- bie Alexander had lunch with Ruth on Sunday. Ronnie, Patty, Tylar, No- ah, Lily and Sophie Morri- son visited on Friday. On Saturday they went to the Loogootee pumpkin patch and had a great time. Ruth had another surprise visit on Monday from her niece Tammy and Ian Men- doza of Ft. Wayne. It had been eight years since she had seen Tammy and they had a wonderful visit. Lucy McKannan also stopped by to see Tammy. Todd and Audrey Morri- son visited on Tuesday. Beth Sturgeon is now home from the Waters. WEEKLY TIDBITS Terry and Carol Hightow- er went to the Candles Ho- locaust Museum in Terre Haute recently. They were able to meet Eva Kora and hear her amazing presen - tation and story of being a twin experiment survivor during W WII. Luella White went to her daughter Sharon Williams' home and got her hair do- ne on Friday. A fterwards, they went up town and vis- ited with Nina Holderbaugh for lunch and visited be- fore they left for their trip to Gatlinburg, Tenn., for a few days. On Friday, Maggie True Armstrong ate lunch in Princeton with friends Courtney Shuttle and Neely Held. A fter work, Maggie took her mom, Judy True, to get her hair cut and do some grocery shopping. Charles and Shelba Shoul- tz enjoyed lunch with The Senior Saints last week in Jasper at the Schnitzelbank. A great time of fellowship was enjoyed the food was delicious. Donna Horrall's fami- ly continues their week- ly Wednesday night fami- ly suppers. This past week they celebrated her niece Miss Lillie's 5th birthday and Donna made her a quilt. Donna has a few projects in the works altering dresses for a wedding. She's also at- tended the Tennessee Fall Homecoming at the muse- um of Appalachia this past weekend. Betty Jo and Charlie Wright went to church at Bunker Hill Baptist Church in Vincennes. Richard and Sherri Kin- ney went to Florida for va- cation recently and had a great time. Kay Reneer visited with her mother Beulah White on Friday at Gibson Gen- eral Hospital. Robin White joined them for the visit. On Sunday, Beulah came out to Union for dinner with Kay, Robin and Mike White and family. Barbara Potts visited with her mother Vera Potts last week in Giro. Betty Jo Wright baby sat her grandchildren several times last week. Rita McGuyer, her daugh- ter Tish Johnson and sister Faye Junkin went out to din- ner on Wednesday evening. On Thursday, Tish did her mom's hair. Rita's new car- pet was delivered and in- stalled at her home and she loves it. Rita attended a soup supper in Griffin, Ind. and saw most of her great-grand- children. On Saturday Ri- ta had dinner with a good friend Rosanne and they were joined by Tish and her children. On Thursday, Rita had lunch with her friends Carrie, Fran and Joye. On Saturday, Rita went with Tish and Roseanne to lunch in Fort Branch. Lorrayne Perry hasn't been feeling well recently. She is tired but very thank- ful to be 92. Margie Wheeler's daugh- ter Judy Robb visited with her last Saturday. Peggy Carroll enjoyed a surprise visit from her brother Chuck and his wife LouAnn from Florida. Marcella and Walt Robb went to a restauratn in Union on Monday evening to pick up delicious tenderloins for dinner. Maryann Owens and fam- ily went to the West Side Nut Club Fall Festival on Satur- day in Evansville. Tylan Jackson, Logan Wa- ple and their friend Larry went to the West Side Nut Club Fall Festival on Friday evening in Evansville. ZoAnn Meeks visited with her friend Betty Cain this week. Other visitors stop- ping by to see Betty were here children Curt Cain and Candy Hunt. Randy Armstrong went to Jack Jewell Field in Ft. Branch on Friday evening to watch his nephews Jess and McCray Robinson play foot- ball for the Gibson Southern Titans. Also attending were the boys' parents George and Ingrid Robinson, sis- ter Raven Robinson, grand- pa Howard Armstrong, aunt Sharon Armstrong and cous- ins Dawson and Isaac Arm- strong. The Titans won the game and Jess was honored in part of Senior Night. Dessi Waple was busy on Saturday morning doing hair cuts and styles. SUBMIT YOUR NEWS If you'd like to see your news and events in the Per- sonals Column, call Judy at (812) 354-6502 or email your notes to pikeperson- My mail- ing address is 7438 W. State Rd. 56, Hazleton, IN 47640. We'd love to hear from you and share your happenings. FARM Down on the National 4-H Dairy Conference and World Dairy Expo By Hans Schmitz Extension Educator Gibson County Purdue Extension Exceptional teenaged youth exist in many dif- ferent disci- plines, and the dairy industry is no exception. Each year, an Indiana Dairy Youth Acade - my is selected. The first event for this academy is attendance in Madison, Wisconsin, at the National 4-H Dairy Conference during the week in which the World Dairy Expo is held. This past week, Wisconsin was the home for 12 youth around the state of Indi- ana and two adult Indiana chaperones, one of which was your author. The Indiana Dairy Youth Academy selects candidates based on a two criteria. One is age, with youth needing to be in grades 10 -12 of the cur- rent academic year. The other is an interest or background in the dairy industry, as explained on the application through essay questions. Applica- tions are collected from the Spring through the In- diana State Fair each year, and youth selected for the program are very quickly informed of their accept- ance and asked to prepare to attend the National 4-H Dairy Youth Conference. The National 4-H Dairy Youth Conference is an exhaustive, high ener- gy look into the dairy in- dustry over five days. A fter one day of travel, youth delve quickly into the dairy industry with an initial tour of the ABS Global site in Dekorra, where bull semen is col- lected for distribution across the globe. Youth even get to see the bulls in action through a viewing area overlooking a collec- tion site. From there, the National Dairy Shrine, Hoard's publishing and dairy farm, and the NAS - CO facility are toured for an idea of the history, pub- lishing, farming, and edu- cational product distribu- tion sides of the industry. Day two of the event be- gins with dairy foods, and everything from an expla- nation of how protein co- agulation affects babies to liquid nitrogen ice cream and flavoring com- pounds. A f- ternoon tours of creamer- ies and robot- ic dairies ends on a 2100 head milking facili- ty that also processes and supplies cheeses around the US. The third day then be - gins on the campus of the University of Wisconsin – Madison campus, where youth sit through three 50 minute lectures on topics of their choosing, gaining not only some more dairy knowledge but also an idea of what traversing a college campus and learn- ing through credit hours might feel. The afternoon is spent at the World Dairy Expo, the nation's, and perhaps the globe's, largest cele- bration of dairy. Free time at the facility allow the youth to watch the dairy exhibitions or simply trav- erse the huge space, vis- iting vendors and picking up souvenirs or swag. Currently in its sixth year, participants in the Indiana Youth Dairy Acad- emy will spend four more multiple day sessions learning about the indus- try, three in Indiana and one in Michigan/Cana- da. Gibson and Posey counties have graduates of the program currently doing great things contin- uing their education and experience, while Knox County has its first par- ticipant this year. Despite the reputation of north- ern Indiana as having the vast majority of dairy op- erations, Southwest Indi- ana continues to recruit youth leaders to the dairy industry. For more infor- mation on the program or to let us know of youth that may show an interest, contact Hans Schmitz at 812-385 -3491, ext. 103 or UPCOMING DATES • Saturday, Oct. 21: Once Upon a Garden Seminar brought to you by the Gibson County Master Gardeners. Tak - ing place in the cafete- ria of the Princeton Mid- dle/Intermediate School campus, the event will be- gin at 8:45 a.m. and fea- ture speakers discuss- ing everything from soil amendments to cooking with herbs. Contact Hans at 812-385 -3491, ext. 103 for more information. PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, Oct. 28 • 10 a.m. EDT 1/4 mile west of Otwell, IN on Hwy. 257 To consign or for more information, contact: Hill's Auction Center WM Keith Hill IN #AU01020879 (812) 789-6367 or Jason Keeker (812) 354-2419 1991- Ford F-150, V8, Auto Lariat (1-Owner 47,000 miles) • J.D. planter 7,000 no-Till 4 row 38" • 14' Tracker fishing boat w/6h.p. Auction service TRACTORS - TRUCKS - BOATS - CARS - 25 GUNS KNIVES - FARM EQUIPMENT - MOWERS - TOOLS Owners: Estate of Cecil Baker

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