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June 9, 2021

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A-4 Wednesday, June 9, 2021 The Press-Dispatch HOURS Mon-Fri 7AM–6PM Saturday 7AM–5PM Sunday 10AM–4PM Hwy. 41 N., Princeton at Lyles Station Rd. 812-385-2641 • Up to 1 Acre • 21.5 HP & 23 HP Kawasaki engine • 42" & 54" Decks • 3-year/300 Hour Limited Warranty • Up to 1 Acre • 18 HP & 21.5 HP Kawasaki engine • 42" & 54" Decks • 3-year/300 Hour Limited Warranty Premium upgrades and added comfort with a more premium seat and Flex Forks ™ for a smoother ride. All the performance and reliability Hustler is know for in a simple and durable design. Memmer's Hardware & Outdoor Power Spurgeon High School Class of 1958 The Spurgeon High School Class of 1958 met Saturday, May 29 at The Village Inn. Classmates attending were (l to r): Adriadene (Clark) Roy, Ruth Ann (Mason) Fowler, Judy (Winland) Hen- ning, Jim Williams, Janna Lou (Butler) Graves and Jeanne (Cato) Pflug. Area Reunion 50th wedding anniversary On June 19, Mike and Pat- ty Malotte will be celebrat- ing their 50th wedding anni- versary. Help them celebrate by sending a card to: 2651 N. Co. Rd. 250 W., Petersburg, IN 47567. They were married at First United Methodist Church of Petersburg. The couple has two children, a son, Tim ( Jai- me) Malotte, of Haubstadt, and a daughter, Andrea ( Jer- emy) Smedley, of Salem, and four grandchildren, Evan and Addison Smedley, and Shae and Janelle Malotte. MARRIAGE LICENSES Jordan Thomas Satterfield, 32, of 6690 N. SR 257, Otwell, son of Wendell Satterfield and Ann Armstrong, to Alexis Brianne Jackson, 25, of 6690 N. SR 257, Otwell, daughter of Carl and Melissa Jackson. Jeremy David Mills, 47, of 6086 S. CR 300 E., Winslow, son of Jerome R. and Rita H. Mills, to Heidi A. Fiscus, 46, of 6086 S. CR 300 E., Winslow, daughter of David A. and Debra R. Fiscus. Brady Christian Like, 26, of 304 W. Pike Ave., Peters- burg, son of Larry T. and Jody Davis, to Hailey Rene Lub- behusen, 25, of 304 W. Pike Ave., Petersburg, daughter of Kevin and Tamara Lubbehusen. With This Ring... Gehlhausen named to the OCRA Rural Affairs working group Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and Denny Spinner, execu- tive director of the Office of Community and Rural A ffairs, recently appointed Indiana 15 Regional Planning Commis- sion Executive Director Lisa Gehlhausen to serve on the newly formed Rural A ffairs Working Group. The OCR A Rural A ffairs Working Group is made up of 12 members and includes the representation of elected offi- cials, economic development professionals and those in the field of higher education. They are tasked with provid- ing well-rounded expert in- sight to help the State and the agency serve Indiana's small communities. OCR A's mission is to work with local, state, and national partners to provide resources and techni- cal assistance to aid communi- ties in shaping and achieving their own vision for communi- ty and economic development. Spinner said the state ap- preciates the willingness of those selected to be part of the process that will enable the Office of Community and Ru- ral A ffairs to launch new pro- grams in the coming years. "It is a privilege to serve on this working group to as- sist our rural areas to achieve their focus," Gehlhausen said. "We are fortunate to have so many strong, dedicated leaders from around the state in this new working group," Spinner said. "I look forward to working with each of them to find new ways to help our rural communities thrive." The Rural A ffairs Working Group's first meeting recently took place on May 24. Lisa Gehlhausen Serving Pike and Surrounding Counties 820 E. Poplar St., PO Box 68, Petersburg Phone: 812-354-8500 | Fax: 812-354-2014 Planter Planter Pike Cnty Pike County Soil and Water Conservation District has returned with its quarterly newsletter, the Pike County Planter, as a quarterly pull-out section in The Press-Dispatch. The newsletter features content furnished by the SWCD staff. Content ranging from grant opportunities and deadlines to a calendar of events and important area meeting dates will be in each edition. As a partner in the Agri-Business market, this is an opportunity to reach your target audience with your message about your business. Schedule: Publication dates: July 14, 2021 October, 2021 January, 2022 April, 2022 The deadline for each edition is the Wednesday prior to publication. Exact dates are to be determined. Space is limited, schedule now! John Heuring Advertising Manager Cell: 812-789-3671 Email: Cindy Petty Ad Sales Consultant Cell: 812-664-2359 Email: Pam Lemond Ad Sales Consultant Office: 812-354-8500 Email: Size Price Full Page �������������� $570/issue 3/4 Page ��������������� $425/issue 2/3 Page ��������������� $380/issue 1/2 Page ����������������$315/issue Size Price 1/3 Page ����������������$210/issue 1/4 Page ����������������$155/issue 1/6 Page ����������������$125/issue 1/12 Page ����������������$79/issue Two arrested on OVWI charges this weekend By Andy Heuring Two people were arrested on driv- ing while intoxicated charges over the weekend. Early Sunday evening, a Petersburg man was arrested after police noticed a person driving who they knew to be suspended. Everett Sutt, 63, of 513 S. Seventh St., Petersburg, was arrested on a charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Petersburg Officer Scott Arnold said he was on patrol, and noticed Sutt driv- ing a van and knew his license was sus- pended. He stopped Sutt on McCoy St. and while talking to him, noticed glassy eyes, slurred speech and the odor of al- cohol. Officer Arnold said Sutt admitted he had drank a pint of vodka. He failed field sobriety tests and was taken to the Pike County Jail, where he tested 0.13 percent for blood alcohol, which exceeds the Indiana legal limit 0.08 percent. A Wheatland man was arrested on nu- merous charges after police stopped him because his trailer hitch ball was block- ing his license plate. Robert P. Wells, 53, of 2313 S. SR 241, Wheatland, was stopped on Friday, June 4 at 3:27 a.m. by Pike County Deputy Sheriff Jared Simmons. Simmons stopped Wells on Ninth St., near Cherry St. in Petersburg. Deputy Simmons said when talked with Wells, he noticed bloodshot and unresponsive eyes, and that Wells was extremely fid- gety and making irregularly fast move- ments with his head. Simmons said these are signs of meth intoxication. Wells failed field sobriety tests and then tested 0.00 for blood alcohol con- tent. He eventually admitted he had do- ne meth recently. He was transported to the Daviess Community Hospital, where he tested positive for amphet- amines, methamphetamines and THC in his system. During a search of Wells' vehicle, po- lice said they found 5.7 grams of meth and a glass smoking device with mari- juana residue in it. Wells was taken to the Pike County Jail, where he was charged with posses- sion of meth, at least five grams; oper- ating a vehicle while intoxicated, con- trolled substance; possession of para- phernalia; and possession of marijuana.

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