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October 24, 2012

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B-12 Wednesday, October 24, 2012 Personals turned 70 on Oct. 21, Marie Tolbert on Oct. 23, John Col- lins, Darrell Resler and Bob Embree on Oct. 23, Jayton Cox will be 7 on Oct. 24, A. J. Alldredge, Cassie Bud- den and Judy True on Oct. 25, Kash Meyer will be 3 on Oct. 26, Rev. Kenneth Hurst will be 70 on Oct. 27, Lexie White will be 13 on Oct. 27 and Paul Viton on Oct. 27, Connie Collins and Mike Feutz on Oct. 28, Kim Slat- er on Oct. 30, Bill Reneer on Nov. 1, Michael Morrison will be 38 on Nov. 2 Karen McClure and Brooke Bane on Nov. 2. Susan Baker, Brittany Da- Birthdays are: Patty Drew By Judy True vidson, Cindy Beard, Nancy Hope and Peggy Hyneman spent the weekend in Cin- cinnati with Keith and Cathy Fields and Jason, Natalie, Jackson and Ashton Marsh. They attended the Sauer- kraut Festival in Waynes- ville, Ohio, and also went to Lebanon, Ohio and several shopping malls in area. James and Stacy Ivers and daughter Maddi from Bick- nell visited with Steve and Patty Sherman and Sharon Rumble last Sunday. John and Melissa True ton visited with her grand- mother, Vera Potts, several days last week. Kay Reneer took her moth- er, Beulah White, shopping on Monday in Princeton. Then on Wednesday, Bill and Kay went to Vincennes and ate dinner at a local res- taurant. Kay and Becky New- ton went to play Bunco at the VFW in Petersburg on Monday and then on Tues- day, Dezi Kerns joined her grandmother, Kay, to go and play Bunco. Leon Whittington went to Union for lunch on Wednes- day afternoon. Then Leon and Alice went to the girls volleyball game with Gibson Southern against Princeton. Leon and Alice had a very busy day on Saturday. First, they went to an auction, then yard sales and then went to the I-69 ceremony. After- wards, they went to the Bea- dle Bunch Relay for Life din- ner at the old Princeton high school. Millie West of Union en- joyed a visit from Josephine Robling last week. Scare on the Square will and sons, Isaac and Caleb, visited with Mike and Judy True and Maggie and Ran- dy Armstrong on last Sun- day afternoon.Maggie took her dad, Mike True, to his Cousin's Reunion in Boon- ville on Saturday afternoon. About 25 family members at- tended the cookout and en- joyed the visiting. Rick Salm and his son, Michael, visit- ed with Mike, his cousin, on Monday morning. Becky Beadles and her mom, Janet Beadles, went to the Covered Bridge Fes- tival on Monday. Rick and Nancy Wheatley be held on Tuesday, October 30 in Princeton with Trick-or- Treating around the square from 3pm – 5pm in any shop that has a pumpkin in the window. Line up for the Hal- loween Parade will be at 4:45 p.m. at the Courthouse Gaze- bo and judging will begin at 5 p.m. There will be several judging categories in many age groups so be sure to get your little monsters up there for some fun. Walt and Marcella Robb went to Princeton on Mon- day to have breakfast at a lo- cal restaurant and then went shopping. On Thursday, they went to Fort Branch to the vet and then went shopping. On Friday, they went to Vin- cennes for breakfast and then ran some errands be- fore coming home. Nancy al- so attended the visitation for Alice Berry at Colvin Funer- al Home on Friday. Charlotte Miles and her son, Ed Miles, went to the doctor in Jasper and then went to dinner at a restaurant there before coming home. On Friday, they were back in Jasper again and went out to eat after some shopping. John Hyneman took his mother, Peg Hyneman of Hazleton, to Princeton to do some shopping on Friday af- ternoon. Marvin and Sue Ellen Bar- went to Union for break- fast on Tuesday and then to Princeton to the Wa- ters Nursing Home to vis- it with friends Vep Degen- hart, Georgie Blanton and Mary West. Ed and Mary Schevies, of Memphis, IN, visited with Charlotte Miles on Saturday and to celebrate the Schev- ies' 34th wedding anniversa- ry, they all went out to eat. Beulah White of Union The Press-Dispatch vention Week. TJ Skelton, a Captain on the department had a demonstration using two of the firefighters, Travis Troutman and Kyle Eckert, These two firefighters were assisted by Ryan Whann and Anna Reisinger. The students helped pick out what was correct and what was incorrect when the firefighters put one Jefferson Township Fire Department spent the day at Otwell Elementary School on Friday for Fire Pre- OES Fire Prevention Week piece of equipment on at a time. This demonstration helped give the students a better understanding on the purpose behind all of the equipment, it also gave the students some reassurance that there is nothing to be scared of. Otwell Elementary students walked away from fire prevention week with a lot of knowl- edge on fire safety. Indianapolis on Wednesday to pick up a church member from the hospital and bring him home to Vincennes. Dal- las Paul and Nancy then went shopping in Vincennes on Friday and while there ate at a local restaurant. Greg and Marla Rollo be purchased at the Visitor's and Tourism office (old train depot) on west Broadway in Princeton Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Gloria Huey of Sanborn and kids Mathew and Em- ily came in from the India- napolis area to Marla's par- ent's, Joe and Betty Brack- in, to work at the Beadle Bunch Relay for Life dinner last week. Steve and Stacy Williams went to the I 69 Community Day celebration on Saturday. Hazel Collins from Hazle- ton and Patty Sweepy from Union went shopping on Fri- day in Princeton. Sharon Rumble, Betty Fi- enjoyed visits from Johnny Ray Ice, their sons, Dwight and Rick Collins, and sever- al others last week. A "Card Shower" is being held for Bryce. He would enjoy hear- ing from his friends and fam- ily. To send him a card, the address is: 2470 E. Dead Lev- el Rd., Hazleton, IN. 47640. Bryan and Michele Tolbert went to Dubois County to the Craft Show on Saturday. Bryce and Jenny Collins hall across the street from the Princeton Post Office. The public is invited to en- joy a delicious fall luncheon of homemade chili, vegetable soup or chicken noodle soup, sandwich, fresh baked des- serts and a beverage. Lunch will be served from 10:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Carry- outs are available and eleva- tor service is available and located on the east side of the church. The Hazleton Community of America's top Christian comedians, John Branyan. Tickets are still on sale at the Gibson County Chamber of Commerce for $35 each. This will be held Saturday October 27, 2012 starting at 5:30 p.m. at Gibson Southern High School in Ft. Branch, IN. All proceeds will bene- fit the various programs of- fered through Doulos Fami- ly Services. Caleb turns 7 went to Nashville, IN for the weekend. Joyce Selby went to the thian and Beverly Belcher all went out to lunch on Friday to celebrate Betty's birthday. Alice Dusenberry turned enjoyed some of her family coming over for dinner on Sunday afternoon. Those at- tending and enjoying a good meal were Mike and Jenna White and Bill and Kay Re- neer. The Bunch for Lunch crew met at a restaurant in Princ- eton on Monday. Those at- tending were Jerry and Pat Ott from Francisco and Ev- elyne McClure and Maurice Hurt from Princeton. Theresa Loveless was tak- 93 on Friday and Ruth Morri- son, her sister, called to wish her a very Happy Birthday. Annetta Coleman and her niece, Becky Blaize, went shopping in Princeton and while there enjoyed lunch at a local restaurant. Cathy Briner is inviting Burris Family Reunion on Sat- urday at the Spring Mill Inn near Mitchell on Saturday. Bryanne Parker and her Center will have a breakfast and bake sale on Saturday, November 17 starting at 7 a.m. till 11 CST in Hazleton. We still have so many peo- ple sick and in hospitals and it does not seem to be getting any better. Sure hope every- one gets feeling better soon. Muncy chosen for teaching academy grandmother, Marie Tolbert, went to Jasper for their craft show on Saturday. Also on Saturday, John and Marie went to Vincennes shopping and then enjoyed dinner at a local restaurant while there. Jodi and Barb Wade, Rick ton and Derek Barton of Pe- tersburg and Gloria Huey from Sandborn went to the Covered Bridge Festival and then on the way home they stopped in Clay City at Glory Days to eat dinner on Friday. Dessi Waple and sister- in-law, Jennifer Waple, both went to a Tupperware party on Friday evening. Charlie and Betty Jo en to the Jasper Memorial Hospital's ER several times last week. Sherri Lange from Bicknell and Sierra, Marvin and Jane Charles and Greg Loveless visited with The- resa on Friday evening for supper. On Saturday, Mar- vin and Jane and Greg and a friend Steve all visited with Theresa. Rita McGuyer had a busy you to join in singing dur- ing "The Patriot Song", a musical to be performed on Sunday, November 11, at Hazleton United Methodist Church. Practices will be on: Wednesday, October 24 at 7:15 p.m.; Sunday, October 28 at 10:30 a.m.; Sunday, No- vember 4 at 10:30 a.m. Oth- er practices will be added as necessary. Last week, James and Inez Wright from Monroe City went to Washington for sup- per on Monday evening. On Wednesday, their son, Da- vid Wright, went with them to dinner in Vincennes. On Friday, they went to Prince- ton to do some shopping and then had dinner at a restau- rant there. Edman Stewart from Mon- week. Monday, she went bowling in Princeton with her league. On Thursday, she went to Petersburg to have lunch with some friends at a local restaurant. Then on Friday, Rita and her daugh- ter, Tisha Jewel, and Mike Johnson went to a cookout at Stacy Reese and Brooke Blackwell's and later, Tisha and her mother went to a Tupperware party. Evelyne McClure enjoyed roe City visited with Shawn Colvin in Washington last week and on Friday Edman was in Petersburg shopping. The Oakland City Li- ons are once again selling grapefruit, oranges and ap- ples. Order by calling Sue at 812-677-0728 or Vada at 812- 677-0801. Brittany White of Hazle- visitors last week including June Redfairn on Thursday and Jamie and Karen Mc- Clure on Saturday morning. Evelyne and Maurice Hurt had meals delivered from the Beadles Bunch Relay for Life dinner on Saturday evening. Tina Morrison spent a few days with her mother, Ruth Morrison, last week and Kar- la Schroeder also visited with her mother last week. Dallas Paul Collins went to King were in Evansville to visit her sister, Dee, who is a patient at St. Mary's Hospi- tal. They also went out to eat in Union for breakfast one day and lunch another day. Denver and Marylee Sul- livan attended the three day revival at Immanuel Baptist Church in Petersburg. Bernice Rainey enjoyed and Nancy Frederick, Walt and Marcella Robb, Sue Lew- is, Hazel Pauley and Tex Sim- mons, Jean and Ronnie Bar- nett, Tom and Frieda Pauley all went to the Beadle Bunch and Friends Relay for Life turkey dinner on Saturday at the old Princeton High School. Audrene Cook from Ha- zleton and Don McKibben of Vincennes met some friends in Vincennes and all went to eat at a local restaurant on Friday evening. Debbie Waple and daugh- Kenny and Sue Muncy of ru- ral Mt. Olympus, has been selected to participate in the 2012-2013 New Science Teacher Academy as a Dow Chemical Company-Nation- al Science Teachers Associ- ation Fellow. The academy is designed to help promote quality science teachers, en- hance teacher confidence, classroom excellence and im- prove teacher content knowl- edge. She will attend the Na- tional Science Teachers As- sociation Conference in San Antonio on April 9-13, 2013 as well as a pre-conference for the professional develop- ment institute April 10. Harvest Festival Hallie Muncy, daughter of ter, Deanna, went to a wel- come home party for their new baby cousin on Satur- day. Dessie Sherman and five her nephew, Mitchell Moade, and family stopping by to see her after church on Sunday. Tickets are selling fast for Gibson County Theatre's up- coming dinner theatre. As of last Monday, there were on- ly 6 Saturday, 30 Friday, and 40 Thursday tickets remain- ing. The show is the hilari- ous comedy, "Every Christ- mas Story Ever Told, and Then Some." Performances are Nov. 29 and 30, and Dec. 1. Dinner will be catered by the Farmers Daughter Ca- fé and the Hilltop Tavern will provide a cash bar ser- vice. The doors will open at 5:30, dinner served at 6:30, and the show will immedi- ately follow dinner. Tickets are $25 per person and can other River City Clowns were busy on Saturday. First, they put on a program for the Oakland City Lion's Club's district meeting. Next, they went to the I-69 celebration of community day. Then they went to a clown party for din- ner. Bob and Kathy Ritcheson went to her mom's, Lavon Hunt, for Sunday dinner with other family members. Margie Wheeler and her sic and Fellowship will be at 5:30 p.m. at the Mt. Olive Church on Highway 65 in Mt. Olympus. At 6:00 p.m., there will be a Wienie Roast and Soup Supper and at 6:30, a Pumpkin Decorating Judg- ing (proceeds to benefit Mis- sion Nutrition). Kids and adults of all ages are invited to join us for fun activities that will continue all evening, including a hay ride around the cemetery. Bring a lawn chair and settle in for a great time of Christian Fellowship. Doulos Family Services Don't miss this wonderful Everyone Welcome! On October 27, 2012, Mu- son, Bob Sloan, went to Mt. Carmel for the Woods Re- union on Saturday and had a good time visiting with family. On Sunday, Margie hosted some of her family for dinner. Attending were Bob Sloan and family and Bill Sloan and family. The Broadway Christian Church's annual Fall Lun- cheon will be on Friday, No- vember 9 in the fellowship evening as Doulos presents the 3rd Annual MenUmen! This will be an evening of de- licious food showcasing the culinary talents of some of Gibson County's most prom- inent gentlemen! There will be dinner music performed by Red Wick Trio and one for Caleb Ritcheson on Oct. 14 at a restaurant in Fort Branch where everyone en- joyed pizza, cupcakes and cookies. Caleb turned 7 and is the son of B.J. and Li- sa Ritcheson. Lots of family attended including Bob and Kathy Ritcheson. Caleb re- ceived lots of gifts. Mt. Tabor Church News by Carol Slinker A birthday party was held ing Old Time Sing on Oc- tober 7, 2012 was attended by around fifty people with thirteen different churches from around the communi- ty represented! Entertain- ing were Mary Lou Sullivan, Gary Dawson, Becky New- ton, Jenna and Mike White, and Derek and Sue Barton. Pastor Bill Martin, his wife, Luella, and daughters from Springerton, IL visited with us on both October 7 and 14. Pastor Martin delivered our message on the 14th. Pastor Larry Dodge deliv- Mt. Tabor Homecom- ered our message today rel- ative to the parable of The Pouting Son and Pleading Father, Luke 15:25-32. Pas- tor Dodge's wife, Pat, was ill today and unable to attend. Beulah White was under the weather, Kay Reneer took a fall this past week and Car- ol Slinker is at home recover- ing from open heart surgery. Our Fall Party will be Oc- tober 28 at 5 :00 p.m. CDT, at the Church. Hope everyone will come in their finest Hal- loween costume for games, food, and fun. If you would please, bring along sand- wiches or snack type food. In the UCC/Mt. Tabor Chal- lenge of the Chapters, things still aren't looking good for Mt. Tabor. Ladies of Mt. Ta- bor, better dust off your pie and cake pans! If you have some news for the paper you can call me at 354-6502 or 766-3498 or email me at pikepersonals@ or mail it to me at 7438 W. State Rd. 56, Ha- zleton, IN 47640. For those with Diabetes November 10, 2012 Saturday 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Highland Woods To RSVP call 812-885-3336 Community Center 1377 S. Hart Street Vincennes, IN • Diane Kress will speak about her book The Metabolism Miracle. Motivational speaker Will Cross will speak about overcoming the challenges of diabetes. Free health screenings including A1C, cholesterol and blood pressure. S Steve Walden will teach Tai Chi exercises for fall prevention. Snacks (lunch not provided) and give-aways! 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