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Equipment Company 407 E. KENTUCKY, HOLLAND • 812-536-3486 Black Friday Toy Sale 20% Off Toys NOVEMBER 26 & 27 Blesch Bros. showroom presents farm merchandise, big and small Tucked in the corner of southwest Du- bois County is Blesch Brothers Equip- ment, hard to miss with their iconic solar panels and big blue equipment arranged in the lots. Blesch Brothers is a stop for many farm- ers as they maintain their equipment and keep up with the community happenings. The company has been in operation for nearly 80 years and while it started small, it is now a thriving company that carries multiple lines of agriculture and construc- tion equipment. With AGCO, New Holland, Kinze and others, the business' two locations have it covered. The Holland and Odon locations work together to deliver top-of-the-line service, while building strong relationships with a large portion of Southern Indiana. As the holidays approaches, Blesch Brothers has stocked up on all colors of farm equipment replicas and invites ev- eryone to check out the pedal tractors, pil- low pets, T-shirts, hoodies and the pleth- ora of toys. Currently, Blesch Brothers is running a 20 percent off toy sale. Stop in and browse the showroom and explore the features on the touchscreen kiosk. Blesch Brothers is proud to have such a loyal customer base and looks forward to many more years. From the Blesch Brothers staff to you, "Merry Christmas and God Bless! " No Checks 714 MAIN STREET • PETERSBURG 812-789-3054 • Open Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. or by appointment HOODIES & Sweatshirts (CHILDREN'S & ADULT SIZES) $ 23 50 includes design transfer Donald Duck • Huey, Dewey and Louie Mickey Mouse • and MORE from G I F T S H O P BathBombsPetersburg New selection TUMBLERS Dozens of styles to choose from Personalization Available home. boutique. custom framing. 623 Main Street, Jasper On the Square, north of the Courthouse 812-634-6017 SPECIAL HOURS begin Black Friday (Nov. 26) MON, WED, FRI 10 am - 7 pm TUES & THUR 10 am - 5:30 pm SATURDAY 10 am - 4 pm Sunday Noon - 4 pm embrace your own unique style Black Friday & Small Business Saturday Specials throughout the store on Friday, Saturday and Sunday FRIDAY Refreshments after 5 p.m. *APR= Annual percentage rate. Rate shown includes discounts for risk based and relationship pricing. Must qualify under EPCU lending standards. EPCU is an equal opportunity lender. See CU for details. Energizing Your Financial Future 812-354-1134 317-261-8521 6925 IN-57, Petersburg | Take advantage of our HOLIDAY LOAN Borrow $2,500 as low as 7.0% APR* Whooooo CAN JOIN? If you live or work in Pike or Daviess County, you are eligible to join Energy Plus! NOV 27 SATURDAY Sma Busine Mon.-Fri. 8:30 to 5 Sat. 8:30 to 2 CST 121 W. BROADWAY, PRINCETON 812-386-0065 Michael's Uniquely Gifts • Flowers • More Refreshments SHOP LOCAL Blesch Brothers is stocked up on all colors of farm equipment replicas and invites everyone to check out the pedal tractors, pillow pets, T-shirts, hoodies and the plethora of toys. Currently, Blesch Brothers is running a 20 percent off toy sale. Classic holiday films families can enjoy together The holiday season is steeped in tra- dition. Few traditions may elicit more collective belly laughs than holiday movie night, a tradition in millions of households across the globe. Families can consider these classic holiday films as they plan family movie night this hol- iday season. • "Miracle on 34th Street" (1947): This classic is centered around a man named "Kris Kringle" (Edmund Gwenn) who claims to be the real Santa Claus after a successful stint as a department store Santa in midtown Manhattan. A trial to determine if Mr. Kringle is telling the truth soon follows. This version of the tale has earned a 96 percent rating on the popular film re- view aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. • "A Christmas Story" (1983): Though it airs all day long on Christ- mas on the cable television network TBS, families can get a head-start on that marathon and watch the film unin- terrupted whenever they choose. Fam- ilies can laugh together as 9 -year-old Ralphie (Peter Billingsley) hopes to un- wrap his official Red Ryder BB gun on Christmas morning. The film, which boasts an 89 percent on Rotten Toma- toes, includes a memorable perfor- mance by Darren McGavin, who plays Ralphie's father. • "Babes In Toyland" (1934): Al- so known as "March of the Wooden Sol- diers," this nearly century-old classic stars the legendary comedy duo Lau- rel and Hardy as two helpful tenants liv- ing in Mother Peep's shoe in Toyland. • "How the Grinch Stole Christ- mas" (1967): An animated version of the Dr. Seuss classic, this film has en- tertained scores of children since it was first released more than 50 years ago. • "Holiday Inn" (1942): Holly- wood legends Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire star in this classic that is per- haps most remembered for introducing the Irving Berlin class "White Christ- mas" to the masses. The film boasts a 100 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes and has something for fans of song, dance and romance. • "Arthur Christmas" (2011): Not all Christmas films date back to the 20th century. This animated tale tells the story of Arthur (voiced by James McAvoy), Santa's youngest son who is thrust into the Christmas Eve business of delivering presents when his father fails to deliver a present to one child out of the hundreds of millions of kids on his list. • "A Christmas Carol" (1951): Many holiday season celebrants can- not imagine letting a season go by with- out watching at least one adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic tale. The 1951 version is widely considered the most faithful to Dickens' 1843 novella that re- counts the story of Ebenezer Scrooge. Alastair Sim stars as Scrooge, and ma- ny consider his performance the best of any actor to take a turn as the noto- rious 19th century miser. Shopping The Press-Dispatch Wednesday, November 24, 2021 B-5 it takes 3 minutes to subscribe to Call 812-354-8500

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