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May 16, 2018

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The Press-Dispatch Wednesday, May 16, 2018 A-3 LOCAL Call: 812-354-8500 Email: or bring in a hard copy: 820 E. Poplar Street, Petersburg READER GUIDE Subscriptions: Subscription rates: One year: $30 for Pike and surrounding counties and all 475 and 476 ad- dresses; elsewhere in Indiana $33; out of state $50 Paid in advance. Change of address — subscribers changing addresses will please give their old address as well as new one along with phone number. We cannot guarantee prompt change unless this is done. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Press-Dispatch, P.O. Box 68 Petersburg, IN 47567-0068 or e-mail How to contact us: By Phone: ......................................................................812-354-8500 By Fax: ........................................................................... 812-354-2014 By E-mail: General and Church News Sports Department Advertising Classified Advertising Andy Heuring, Editor Obituaries Subscriptions/Circulation Legals/Public Notices Accounting Department About us: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heuring, Publishers Andrew G. Heuring, Editor John B. Heuring, Adv. Manager Cindy Petty, Advertising Sales Pam Lemond, Advertising Sales Matt Haycraft, Advertising Sales Ed Cahill, Sports Editor Eric Gogel, Production Manager Monica Sinclair, Office Manager • • • • • • Published every Wednesday by the Pike County Publishing Co. Telephone 812-354-8500 820 Poplar Street, P.O. Box 68, Petersburg, Indiana 47567 • • • • • • Entered at the Post Office in Petersburg, Indiana for transmis- sion through the mails as Periodical Mail, postage paid at Petersburg, Indiana. Published weekly. (USPS 604-340) NEWS BRIEFS Veale Creek Theatre to have movie night this Saturday Veale Creek Theatre will be having Community Movie night this Saturday, May 19. The Muppets Mov- ie (G) will be shown at 3 p.m. and the Raising Arizo- na (PG-13) at 7 p.m. One Saturday a month there will be movies at Veale Creek Theatre. There will be two films, a movie aimed at kids that will show at 3 p.m. and other classics at 7 p.m. for adults or families. The goal is to show nostalgic films that families can enjoy together. Tickets are $5 each. We will also have con- cessions available. Free Community meal at The Gathering Place May 20 There will be a Free Community meal at The Gath- ering Place, 207 Lafayette Street, Winslow, Sunday, May 20 from 5 -6:15 p.m. There will also be a Praise and Worship service at 6:20 p.m. Everyone is welcome to come for dinner and dessert. The meal will be pro- vided by Mt. Olive G.B. Church. For more information or questions, call 812-582-2562. Blue Jeans Center will host Sunday dinner The Blue Jeans Community Center in Monroe City will host Sunday dinner, May 20 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The menu will include: Baked ham, salisbury steak, scalloped potatoes, green beans, deviled eggs and porch salad, bread and dessert. Carry-outs available. All proceeds benefit the center. Upcoming event? We want to know! Do you have an upcoming event? Send it to news@ or call 812-354-8500. ELECTION Continued from page 1 *Offer valid May 6 - June 3, 2018 at participating retailers. 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Memmer's Mon-Fri 7AM - 6PM Saturday 7AM - 5PM Sunday 10AM - 4PM Hwy. 41 N. at Lyles Station Rd, Princeton 812-385-2641 • Heavy-duty deep commercial deck • Exclusive SmoothTrak™ steering • Patented automatic parking brake • Commercial-grade Kawasaki engine with fuel-injected options Financing fees may apply. See dealer for details. 0 % MONTHS FOR 48 Petersburg Yard Sales were a hit Above: One of the best at- tended yard sales last week was one on North Knox Road that benefited the Abundant Life UPC youth. Annabeth Shimer and Kai- tlyn Shelton sold cupcakes at the David and Christine Shimer yard sale. Their yard sale was number one on the list of 43 locations featured in the two-page Petersburg City-Wide Yard Sale event printed with a coded map in last week's The Press-Dispatch. Right: The Petersburg City-Wide Yard Sale was mostly a Saturday event, but some sale sites were two day and a few were Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday. James Capozella photos Horrall's drawing places second in wildlife art contest Pike Central High School sophomore Jenna Hor- rall recently entered the statewide Muscatatuck Wildlife & Refuge Center's art drawing contest and won second place with her drawing of a Fulvous Whistling Duck and her Duckling. Horrall's draw- ing will be on display throughout Indiana's Wildlife & Refuge Centers for the next year. This is the sec- ond year that Horrall has entered this contest – last year was her first time and she took first place honors. Submitted Photo County Council Dist. 4 Travis C. Troutman (R) Clay Twp. Trustee John B. Davidson (R) Jefferson Twp. Trustee Danielle Houtsch (R) Cynthia Ridao (D) Jeff Twp. Advisory Bd. Chris Burkhart (D) Jerry Traylor (D) Linda Teague (D) Lockhart Twp. Trustee Angela O'Neal (D) Lockhart Twp. Advisory Bd. Jace A. Houchin (R) William Caldemeyer (D) Berniece Luker (D) Charles Mike Meyer (D) Logan Twp. Trustee Shirley Ann Shafer (D) Madison Twp. Trustee Carol Sue Sutton (R) Madison Advisory Bd. Jeff Davis, Sr. (R) David W. Ice (R) Marion Twp. Trustee Becky Steinhart (R) Marion Advisory Bd. Tracy Evans (R) Rich Bush (D) Gregory Gray (D) Monroe Twp. Trustee Sandra K. Barrett (D) Monroe Advisory Bd. Elaine Barrett (D) Ivan Mason (D) Rita L. Williams (D) Patoka Twp. Trustee Joe Melhiser (R) Patoka Advisory Board Rodney L. Dixon, Sr. (R) Danny B. DeJarnett (R) Richard A. Tisdale (D) Washington Twp. Trustee Marie N. Boyd (R) Washington Advisory Board Susan Flint (R) Jeff Harting (R) US Senator Mike Braun (R) Joe Donnelly (D) US Representative Dist. 8 Larry D. Bucshon (R) William Tanoos (D) State Senator Dist. 48 Mark Messmer (R) State Rep. District 63 Shane M. Lindauer (R) Joseph Lannan(D) State Rep. District 64 Matt Hostettler (R) State Rep. Dist. 75 Ron Bacon (R) John Hurley (D) Judge of 83rd Circuit Court Jeff Biesterveld (D) Prosecutor 83rd Circuit Court Darrin E. McDonald (R) The Town of Winslow will vote on three town council districts and the clerk-treasurer. Candi- dates for the Winslow Town Council have until July 2 to file their candi- dacy. School board candi- dates have until August 24 to file. Want to share your news with others? The Press-Dispatch can help deliver it to Pike and the surrounding counties. NEWS! 812-354-8500

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