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Tuesday October 2, 2012

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Crime costs local business $700,000 Richard E. Brown, 54, of Mount Vernon, Ind., who pleaded guilty to wire fraud, mail fraud and making a false tax return, was sentenced Tuesday to five years in federal prison. Brown admitted while serving as office manager and bookkeeper for an Evansville family business, he used credit cards to pay personal expenses without authorization. Brown also used checks from the former employer to pay the expenses of his church, where he had also served as bookkeeper. Following the thefts, Brown filed false federal income tax returns that omitted the

embezzled funds. The local family business lost nearly $700,000 in funds, approximately $150,000 of which occurred within the statute of limitations. Brown knowingly failed to report more than $250,000 in income from the fraud which resulted in an underpayment of his federal taxes by approximately $40,000. “This defendant defrauded his employer, his church and Hoosier taxpayers,” said Joseph H. Hogsett, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana. Posey County Prosecutor Travis Clowers said this weekend that he

appreciates the fact that Hogsett and his staff are aware of these types of crimes that have been committed in our area. He said he is happy to see that appropriate action was taken and the sentence was handed down. Assistant U.S. Attorney James M. Warden, who prosecuted the case, said Brown was also ordered by U.S. District Judge Richard Young to pay a fine of $30,000 and a special assessment of $300. Brown also paid restitution of $189, 908. He was ordered to serve three years of supervised release at the end of his prison term.

Two face drug charges after home burns By Dave Pearce Investigation of a home fire scene has led to the arrest of two Posey County men on various drug-related charges. Terry L. Vaupel, 63, and Stephen J. Nurrenbern, 47, have been arrested and charged with a variety of charges as the result of the Sept. 14, 2012, fire in the 100 block of Deer Run Drive in eastern Posey County. The home is located in Twin Lakes Mobile home Park. North Posey High School crowned football homecoming royalty on According to information proFriday night as Jordan Butler and Wes Harness were chosen to reign vided by Kenneth Rose, superviover football homecoming on Friday night. Photo by Dave Pearce sor of the Poseyy Countyy Drugg Task

Task Force, “upon extermination of the blaze, firefighters observed items they felt were clandestine methamphetamine laboratory-related.” According to the release, deputy Darren Seitz had responded to the fire call and upon his arrival, had been told about the items the firemen had observed both inside and outside the dwelling. Seitz then notified Posey County Sheriff Greg Oeth, who in turn, notified members of the Posey County Drug Task Force. Following an assessment by members of the Task Force, Rose obtained a search warrant for the residence. During the ensuing search of the property, an active meth lab was located inside the residence along with possible finished methamphetamine products. Although the fire department was able to contain the fire primarily to the laundry room of the mobile home, the first appeared to be the result of a meth lab explosion. No one was home at the residence at the time fire and law enforcement officials arrived. Rose indicated that it took nearly 12 hours to process the fire and crime scene alone. “We had to conduct an investigation of the fire scene and we then had to conduct some interviews,” Rose said of the time between the Sept. 14 fire and the eventual Sept. 16 arrests. “We worked with the Mount Vernon City Police, the

Vaupel Nurrenbern Force, the Marrs Township Fire Department and the Posey County Sheriff’s Department responded to call late on that Friday afternoon. According to a press release issued by the Posey County Drug

Vendors needed at HSP Craft and food vendors are needed for the Harmonie State Park’s Fine Arts & Craft Show on October 13, 2012. For information contact the park office at 812-6824821

Scout rummage sale set Troop 375 Mount Vernon is having a rummage sale Sat.Oct. 6 from 8 a.m. until noon at Trinity Church parking lot. Proceeds to help fund Scouting activities.

Stewartsville Chowder is Oct. 6 Stewartsville United Methodist Church will be holding its annual chowder Saturday, October 6th. Serving will begin at 4 pm. Bring your container for carry-out or dine in the basement where chowder, hot dogs, hamburgers, pie, cake, and drinks will be served. Whole pies and cakes will also be available.

Fire station open house Come check out the Poseyville Fire Station and meet the members on Sunday, Oct. 7.. We will have the Survive Alive house, Snow Cones, Popcorn, Sparky the Fire Dog and a Bounce House. Bring the kids and grandkids and come learn about Fire Safety. For the adults we will have a Chinese Auction, although you can have popcorn and snow cones too.

Heather Will served as the Poseyville Autumnfest Parade Grand Marshal on Sunday as the parade’s theme was ‘Never Give Up.’ Photo by Dave Pearce

Local races provide added incentive for good voter turnout By Pam Robinson No doubt, voters will face important decisions on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6, 2012. Media attention has focused on the Presidential race between incumbent Democrat President Barack Obama and his Republican chal-

Cynthiana Reunion Oct. 13 There will be a reunion held for all who graduated from Cynthiana in the forties on October 13, 2012 at noon. Meet at Wolf’s BBQ on First Avenue. Reservations may be made by calling Mary K. Boyle at 812-422-4043 or 615-572-1959. You may also call Helen Cleveland at 812-874-2703 for info.

lenger Mitt Romney. We hear a lot about the U.S. Senate race between Republican Richard Mourdock and Democrat Joe Donnelly as well as about the 8th District U.S. Representative race between Republican incumbent Larry Bucshon and Democrat Dave Crooks.

Likewise, voters are familiar with the major state races. In the race for Governor and Lt. Governor, Republicans Mike Pence and Sue Ellspermann are matched against Democrats John Gregg and Vi Simpson. In the Attorney General’s race, voters will decide

between incumbent Republican Greg Zoeller and Democrat Kay Fleming. Another important state race for Superintendent of Public Instruction pits incumbent Republican Tony Bennett against Demo-

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Option signed to purchase property being eyed for new police and fire station here

Bands off to Regionals The first step towards Lucas Oil Stadium and the Indiana State School Music Association State marching competition for high school marching bands was Saturday at Jasper High School. The ISSMA District Competition brought together 30 bands from southern Indiana. Each school is divided into classes according to school sizes. The bands then competed for either a bronze, silver or gold placing. A gold placing would advance the selected bands to the next step, Regionals. North Posey, competing in Class D, received a gold rating. Mount Vernon, competing in Class C, also received a gold rating. Both the Vikings and the Wildcats will perform at Regionals at Evansville Central High School on Oct. 13.

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By Pam Robinson Mount Vernon Mayor John Tucker is moving the city another step ahead in working out a plan for a new police and fire station. On Friday, Sept. 14, he met with Black Township Trustee Lindsay Suits at Fifth Third Bank, and there he signed the option to purchase the Dausmann property at 311 College Avenue. The Board of Public Works and Safety went on record Thursday afternoon to ratify the Mayor’s action. Tucker noted that Black Township Trustee Lindsay Suits will now take up negotiations with the owners. The Black Township Trustee’s Office is offering up to $400,000— taxpayer money in its cumulative fire fund—to make the land and building purchase and to help with renovations for a new city police and fire station, an estimated 1.2 million dollar project. In other business: Keith Spurgeon of United Way and Leland Hartstack of CGB sign, • Clerk-Treasurer Cristi Sitzman seal and lock-up the “Newspaper Headline Results” for Keith’s upcom- opened bids received for the sewer ing Magic Performance at The United Way 50th Anniversary Show on forced main relocation on the old Hwy 62 Bridge. The bids were October 13 at 7pm. See the schedule inside. Photo by Zach Straw.

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opened in the order received as follows: Kieffer Brothers, $20, 975 and D-Lite Excavation, $21,702.62. The board acknowledged receipt of the bids, and agreed they should be taken under advisement of Wastewater Supt. Rodney Givens, Bernardin Lochmueller & Associates and City Attorney Beth McFadin Higgins. The board voted should everything be in order, Supt. Givens should proceed with the lowest responsive bidder. • Tucker pointed out issues at the Country Terrace Lift Station that will require major work. Wastewater Supt. Givens emphasized it was an illegal sanitary sewer overflow, or SSO, that should have been eliminated in Phase 1 of the sewer renovation project, now in Phase 2. The problem will be fixed, starting next week. • Matt Walls of Bernardin Lochmueller & Associates discussed the recent 10 year storm event when 4 ½ inches of rain fell in 12 hours and its impact on the West El-

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postage stamp cost 8 cents forty years ago when Lisa Calvert and Suzanne Denton became grade school pen pals. Postage stamps have increased now to over five times that value, yet the pen pals consider it a small price to pay for their invaluable friendship. In 1972, 10-year-old Lisa had just finished fourth grade at Big Prairie School in southern Carmi, Ill., and 8-year-old Suzanne had completed second grade at Lincoln Elementary School in northern Princeton, Ill. During the school year, they had tuned into a television science show featuring the teacher known as “Mrs. Matson.” Mrs. Matson made pen pal matches, based on her young viewers’ interests, to occupy students during summer recess. Lisa and Suzanne shared two favorite science topics—animals and lava. “We first wrote each other using guidelines Mrs. Matson provided and asked about each other’s science interests. We found we had

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more in common and continued to write about once a month,” Lisa comments. “We called each other on birthdays. That was very special since long distance calls weren’t cheap then.” The two girls wrote regularly for five years, each one keeping every letter in shoeboxes. Since Suzanne w a s younger, she sometimes needed an “extra” letter from Lisa about taking turns writing. Then, in 1977, Suzanne’s family planned a vacation to St. Louis, and Lisa’s family connected with them there at Six Flags. “We were excited and talked about what we would be wearing and where we would meet,” Suzanne recalls. They weren’t disappointed in each other. Their friendship grew, and they started corresponding

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once a week after the meeting in St. Louis. With the passing years, the birthday phone calls were especially meaningful. In the 80’s, Lisa moved to Evansville to attend the University of Southern Indiana, or USI. She met and married Casey Cal-

Suzanne agreed to visit in person at least every other year. Now in addition to science topics, the friends shared the common interests of children and child rearing, photography and scrapbooking. By 1996, Lisa gave birth to her second child, daughter Lindsay. A year later, Suzanne’s second child, son Seth, came into the world. There was always cause for celebration. Soon enough, however, Suzanne’s first marriage ended, but her friendship with Lisa remained strong. They’ve proven they are not just fair weather friends. With Suzanne’s second marriage to Mike Denton and making their home in Illinois, both women could rejoice again. Like Lisa’s husband Casey, Mike makes his living through agriculture. Their common interest has created a solid friendship between the two

“We called each other on birthdays. That was very special since long distance calls weren’t cheap then.”” vert, and not long afterward they moved to their Posey County home. Likewise, in the 80’s, Suzanne married. The women served as bridesmaids in each other’s weddings. By then, Lisa and Suzanne talked on the phone as much as they wrote. In 1992, each woman gave birth to her first child. Lisa’s son Cameron is only four weeks older than Suzanne’s daughter Molly. As a result, in 1993, Lisa and

men. They enjoy getting together as much as Lisa and Suzanne do. When the Calverts and the Dentons put on their cowboy hats and traveled to Nashville this past August to celebrate Lisa and Suzanne’s 40th anniversary of friendship, Casey and Mike surprised the women with a cake in honor of the occasion. Traveling, talking, texting— these are the main ways Lisa and Suzanne communicate now. Still, they cherish their roles as pen pals and will always send birthday and anniversary cards through the mail. In fact, Lisa and Suzanne have kept all their correspondence for the past 40 years. Forever friends, they share the sentiment that theirs is “the most rewarding friendship” they’ve ever known. They have the documents to prove it.

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OBITUARIES

Evelyn Carmen Evelyn C. Carmen, 81, of Mount Vernon, Ind., left this world on September 24, 2012. She was born October 26, 1930, in Hanshaw, Ky., to Walter and Lillie (Switzer) Pierce. She was a member of Point Township Church of the Nazarene. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband of 40 years, Alfred “Blondie” Carmen; brothers, Charles, Robert, and Bill Pierce. Evelyn is survived by her sons, Kelly (Sherry), Richard “Dale” (Brenda), and Charles “Butch” (Nancy) Collins; daughters, Carolyn (Jim) Reeves, Patty (Larry) Lupfer, Cleta (Randy) Shadrick, Roxanne (Tony) Lupfer, Sandra Brown, Donna (Bob) McBride; 19 grandchildren; 29 great grandchildren; and two great great grandchildren; as well as brothers, John, David, and Raymond Pierce; and her sister, Margaret Tron – Mason. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. on Friday, September 28, 2012, at Schneider Funeral Home 512 Main St. in Mount Vernon with burial in Bellefontaine Cemetery. Visitation was from 2 until 7 p.m. on Thursday, September 27, 2012 at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Point Township Church of the Nazarene. Condolences may be made online at www.schneiderfuneralhome.com

Mary Bartlett Mary Bartlett, 90 of Mount Vernon, Ind., passed away September 22, 2012, at Mt. Vernon Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She was born June 14, 1922, in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada to Serge and Michalena Matwichuk. She was of Presbyterian faith. Mary graduated from the University of Toronto. As a homemaker she served her life in the hardest and most honorable profession, being a loving partner and wife and a wonderful mother. She and her husband lived abroad for many years throughout Europe and Asia and eventually retired in California. Mary had a passion for cooking, golf, bridge and gardening. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Robert Bartlett; and her twin sister, Ann Kaye. Mary is survived by her sons, James Bartlett and his wife Patricia of Mount Vernon; Michael Bartlett of Vancouver, Canada; grandchildren, Robert Bartlett and his wife Anne, and Lisa Haworth and her husband Jon; and two great grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association or that you kindly donate your time and volunteer at the church of your choice. Condolences may be made online at www.schneiderfuneralhome.com

Lloyd Marion Matz Lloyd Marion Matz died September 20, 2012 in Sherwood, Ore. He was born in White Co., Ill. and grew up in the Griffin area. He is survived by his wife, Eileen; daughter, Kim; three grandchildren; and brothers Norbert of Sacramento, Calif. and Donald of Summerfield, Fla. Lloyd was preceded in death by three brothers, Lee, Vertis and Onas; and two sisters, Reba Detar and Nona Freeman.

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Diana Robinson Diana Sue (Susie) Robinson, 62, passed away peacefully, Friday, September 28, 2012, at her home, with her family at her side. She was born February 13, 1950 in Evansville, the daughter of Carroll A. and Wanda Lee (Wilson) Williams. Susie was a graduate of Owensville High School class of 1968. She was an inspector for Pearison’s Band Shoppe in Cynthiana, and had been employed there for 13 years. The family would like to personally thank the Pearison family and all of her co-workers for all the help, concern and compassion given to Susie throughout her illness. She thought of you all as a part of her family. She was also a member of a relay for life team. Survived by her daughter, Andrea (Andi) (Rob) Huffman; son, Ryan Robinson; and the loves of her life, her three grandchildren, Tyler and Natalie Daniel and Easton Robinson; sister-in-law, Marsha Bell; niece, Heather Williams; nephew, Heath Williams; as well as several other nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, and only sibling, her brother, Wayne Williams. Services will be Tuesday, October 2, 2012 at 10 a.m., at Holder’s Funeral Home in Owensville with Scott Westerman officiating. Burial will follow in the Maumee Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Expressions of sympathy may be made online at www.holdersfuneralhome. com.

Eula M. Elder Eula M. “Maxine” Elder, 75 of Mount Vernon, Ind., died on Wednesday evening, September 26, 2012, at Deaconess Gateway Hospital in Newburgh. She was born on May 31, 1937, in Cape Girardeau, Mo., the daughter of Veatris E. and Ula (Scott) Poe. She married Eldon Elder on January 19, 1990, and he survives. Mrs. Elder had worked for Hasgoe before her retirement. She was a member of Harvestime Temple in Mount Vernon. She is survived by three sons and daughters-in-law, Frank and Robin Russell of Marble Hill, Mo., Richard and Sharon Russell of Evansville, Ind., and Terry Garrett of Mount Vernon; two daughters and a sonin-law, Theresa and Dan Bratcher of Poseyville and Ellen Elder of Mount Vernon; eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; one brother, Robert and Aileen Poe of Jackson, Mo.; four sisters, Mabel and Tom Brannam of St. Louis, Mo., Glenda Potter of Mount Vernon, Sue Wallman of Pocahontas, Mo., and Frances and Gary Beal of Marble Hill, Mo. She was preceded in death by one brother, Everett Poe and two sisters, Joseta Poe, in infancy, and Jovata Odom. Services were held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 29, 2012 at Harvestime Temple in Mount Vernon. Visitation was from 1:30 until the time of service. Stendeback Family Funeral Home in Mount Vernon was in charge of arrangements. On-line condolences may be left at www.stendebackfamilyfuneralhome.com

Ruth Bottomley Ruth Bottomley passed away at the Mt. Vernon Nursing and Rehabilitation Center at age 100 on September 17, 2012. She was born September 22, 1911, the eldest daughter of Joseph and Ethel (Welborn) Gerton. Ruth worked at the overall factory in Mount Vernon and the shipyard in Evansville before taking a position at Hasting Equipment Company in Mount Vernon, Ind. She worked at Hasting’s for 31 years. Ruth loved her flower gardens and especially her roses. She is preceded in death by a daughter, Peggy Sue Garrett, and a grandson, H. James Rains, III. She is also preceded in death by all her siblings: Ruby, a twin sister who died in infancy, one brother, Clyde Gerton and four adult sisters, Juanita Klotz, Leona Glover, Margaret Stephen, and Mary Ellen Hundley. Ruth is survived by daughter, P. Ann Rains of New Harmony, granddaughter, Karen Gayle Beltran and two great grandsons, Zachary and Zane Beltran of Indianapolis, plus many nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at 4 pm, Thursday, September 20, 2012 at the Welborn Methodist Church with Pastor John Adams officiating. Burial was at the Welborn Cemetery. Memorials may be given to the donor’s charity of choice. Online condolences may be left at www.stendebackfamilyfuneralhome.com

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Option signed. from Page 1A ementary Storm Water Project. • Mayor Tucker reported that Parks Superintendent Michael Harshbarger wants to keep the Fairview Park property rather than relinquishing it to the city. The new superintendent has ideas on ways to use the property and wants to continue using and maintaining it. • The board approved the request of At the Cross Mission to collect dona-

tions at the intersection of Fourth and Main on Saturday, October 6, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Only adults will collect donations, and proof of insurance will be supplied to the clerk-treasurer. • The board agreed to investigate the feasibility of a fire truck pulling event on September 27 at 5 p.m. at the request of Curves owner Keisha Allyn. The board will get back in touch with Allyn after its investigation.

• The board concurred to have Wastewater Supt. Rodney Givens get the gutters repaired at the plant. • The board denied the request from Paul Gross to forgive his weed mowing bill since all parameters were met according to the ordinance. The Mount Vernon Board of Public Works and Safety meets again Thursday, October 4, at 4 p.m. in the City Hall Annex.

Election. from Page 1A crat Glenda Ritz. At the same time, we don’t want to overlook important local races the same day. Posey County voters will elect key officeholders that will shape the county on a day to day basis. The choice of state representative for Indiana District 64 affects northern Posey County and for Indiana District 76 affects the remainder of Posey County residents as well as residents in parts of Gibson and Vanderburgh

counties. In District 64, Republican Thomas W. Washburne and Democrat Mark A. Norton are up against each other. In District 76, incumbent State Representative, Republican Wendy McNamara, will face off against Democrat Trent VanHaaften. In the county races, the County Treasurer’s seat, vacated by a retiring Linda Curtis, is sought by two newcomers, Republican Chris Harp and Democrat

Roy Maynard. Incumbent Democrat County Commissioner John Sherritz is up against Republican Carl A. Schmitz for the District 1 seat. The County Commissioner’s seat for District 3 is being sought by Democrat incumbent Scott Moye and Republican Jerry Walden. No Republicans filed to run against the three Democrat County Council members at-large: Bob Gentil, Martin R. Redman and Ralph Weinzapfel. Like-

wise, no Republican is challenging Democrat Surveyor Paul E. Breeze. For Judge of the Circuit Court, no Republican filed to run against Democrat James M. Redwine. In the MSD of Mount Vernon School Board race, incumbents Randy Boyer and Beth McFadin Higgins are being challenged by Stefani Miller and Clarence Nelson. The MSD of North Posey school board members all retain their seats until 2014.

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Arrests. from Page 1A Posey County Sheriff’s Department, and the Indiana State Police in making an apprehension of the two suspects.” Vaupel was arrested as a result of observance by the drug task force in his vehicle eastbound on highway 62 just east of Mount Vernon. Later in the evening, Nurrenbern was arrested at a Bonebank Road residence rural Posey County. Vaupel has been charged with Deal-

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and Maintaining a Common Nuisance, a Class D Felony. “During interviews, I found out that in the beginning, the lab was being used to make methamphetamine for personal use,” Rose said. “Later in the interview process, we did receive information that the meth was being sold.” Both were arrested without incident and both are lodged in the Posey County Jail.

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RETROSPECT

New Harmonie Healthcare's staff and residents give the thumbs up for Lane Goodwin, Friday, September 28. Photo submitted

Posey County Health Department plans immunization clinics The Posey County Health Department will hold an immunization clinic Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at Saint Francis Catholic School cafeteria in Poseyville from 2 p.m. – 4

p.m. and Wednesday, October 31, 2012 at the Coliseum in Mount Vernon from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. Appointments are needed for these clinics. Required immunization additions for the 2012- 2013

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school year are as follows: All kindergarten students will be required to have 2 doses of varicella vaccine, given on or after the first birthday and separated by 3 months, or a history of chickenpox disease documented by a physician. All kindergarten students

will be required to have one of the required doses of polio vaccine given on or after the fourth birthday, and at least 6 months after the previous dose. All 6th- 12th grade students will be required to have 2 doses of varicella vaccine, given on or after

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Compilation by Pam Robinson

OCTOBER 1, 2002 Posey County News Seniors Danielle Clowers and Michael Harshbarger are crowned Mount Vernon Homecoming Queen and King. Faith Bible Fellowship Church wins best overall float in Poseyville Autumnfest Parade. North Posey Marching Vikings and Color Guard win collection of first place trophies at Castle Invitational. Jason Zieren is new Mount Vernon veterinarian. United Way campaign reaches 43 percent of $350,000 goal.

SEPTEMBER 30, 1987 Posey County News Senior Laura Gries, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gries of rural Poseyville was crowned North Posey Football Homecoming Queen. Marion and Frances Schutz offer ballroom dancing lessons in New Harmony. Lamaze classes offered at Mount Vernon Medical Center in special Deaconess Hospital class. Hovey Lake State Fish and Wildlife Area takes applications for reserved waterfowl hunts.

the first birthday, and separated by age- appropriate intervals as defined by the CDC, or a history of chickenpox disease documented by the parent/ guardian. All 6th-12th grade students will be required to have 1 dose of tetanus-diphtheria-acellular pertussis

vaccine (Tdap) given on or after the 10th birthday. All 6th – 12th grade students will be required to have 1 dose of meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MCV4). Please bring shot records for each child receiving immunizations.

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Riley is part of the "Three Amigos". He currently plays out back with two other dogs. Riley is approx 1 - 2 years old male shepherd mix. He knows "sit". He is a very active dog who loves to play.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1962 Posey County News Australian “Ambassador from the Valley,” Mrs. Rose Manson, visits Griffin Couple, Mr. and Mrs. L.B. Welch. Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Effinger of Poseyville, two members of Posey County Barracks 753, Veterans of World War I attending WW I Vets Convention. Nix Hardware’s Milk House Special--gas heaters 30,000 btu $27.95 Regular size Tide 29 cents. New 8.6 cu.ft. refrigerator only $145.

Posey County Young Life is selling Holy Smoker meat for a fundraiser. If you would like to place an order, Rack Ribs are $20 and Half Pork Loins (four pounds cooked weight) are $25. For more information, please contact a Young Life member or contact Rick and/or Lisa Sellers at 781-9298 or Keith and/or Robin Oeth.

Oak Grove board to meet Oak Grove Cemetary Board will be holding it annual meeting to elect New Trustees and Officers. The meeting will be held on Saturday October 13 at 9 a.m. As with previous years, the meeting will be held at Old Union Christian Church in Poseyville, Ind.

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Bonx is a medium hair, black & white female cat. She is approx 7-8 years old. She is a little shy at first but once she warms up she is very loving. She would make a great companion for someone looking for an older mature cat who is grown out of the kitten stage.

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October 2 - Tricia Tolliver, Susie Butler, Kyle Hoffman, Casey White October 3 - Bob Schneider, Bruce Layer, Terry Andry, Janel Lockwood, Christy Harris, Cheryl Garrett Deig, Tom Austin, Tony Thomas, Kate Linderman, Emily E. Wilson, Andrea Kurzendoerfer, Colton Spears. October 4 - Flo Barlett, Joshua Kolley, Bryan J. Williams, Michael Lauf, Nic Pierce, Amy Williams, Patricia Gosh. October 5 - Jordan A. Williams, Bubba Powers,

Blackjack Powers, Lily Sturgell, Rita Baker, Kendra Newton October 6 - Edith Creek, Kathy Garrett, Ellie Nolen, Tim Will, Pat Hon, Carla Newton, Jim Eagan Sr., Alan Luigs, April Luigs October 7 - Kristin Millbrandt, Liz Culley, Damon Endicott Cardin, Duane Wright, Joy Springer, Dianna Simkins, Isaiah Evans, Dustin Myers, Mary Hurley October 8 - Madelyne Offerman, Kara M. Whitmore, Whittni Taylor,

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INGREDIENTS CAKE: • 2 cups Bisquick mix • 2/3 cup of milk or water • 2 Tbsp sugar • 1 egg • 1 tart green apple, cored, peeled, sliced TOPPING: • 1/3 cup Bisquick mix • 1/3 cup packed brown sugar • 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon • 4 Tbsp butter DIRECTIONS 1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. 2. Grease 8” square pan or 9” round pan. Mix cake ingredients. Spread cake batter in pan. Insert apple slices into the batter evenly throughout the cake. 3. Mix the topping ingredients of Bisquick, brown sugar and cinnamon. Spread topping mix over top of batter in pan. Add slices of butter all over the top. 4. Bake 20 minutes or until golden brown, testing with a toothpick.. Yield: Serves 4.

Beagle, tri-colored female, wearing a brown and blue collar. Picked up on Glenwood Drive, 9/20.

Sean Powers, Roger Jennings, Kathryn Koffman, Mitch Reynolds, Barb Lance. If you have a name to be included in the birth-

day calendar, please send to: Posey County News, P.O. Box 397, New Harmony, IN 47631, or email: news@poseycountynews. com

PC Pound Puppies News Our shelter is full: please foster or adopt to help keep us no kill. Our adoption locations: Adoptions every day except Sunday 1-? at 1001 N. Main Street, at Tri-State K9 University. Please stop by and see what we have to offer! Please visit us on Sundays at Pet Food Center North in the Target complex at North Park) between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., where you can see many of the dogs from our shelter available for adoption. Call us for our latest adoption days schedule or to check on which dogs we will be bringing that week. Please visit our PC Pound Puppies Facebook page for the most u-to-date information. Upcoming Fundraisers: Our vet bill is very high. We have two fundraisers in the works to try to get some of it paid off. 1) Quilt Raffle - A beautiful handmade quilt, dark purple and white, has been donated by a generous supporter for a raffle to benefit the dogs. Tickets are available from PCPP volunteers. The quilt can be seen at our upcoming events and will be given away

Happy 90th Birthday Momma Ann Heal 10/8/22 Love Hazelann, Peggy, Susan, Robin

on November 15. 2) Holiday Craft and Car Show will be held on Saturday, November 3, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Posey County 4H Fairgrounds. We are looking for vendors and planning some new events to take place during the show. To reserve your spot, please contact Cathy Powers at 9633890. New at the Shelter: Airedale mix, large male, Picked up on Sunset Drive in St. Phillips on 9/19. (Picture attached) Beagle, tri color male. Picked up by Marrs Elementary School on 9/19. Beagle, small tri color female. Recently had puppies. Picked up on Davis Rd. on 9/19. Beagle, tri color female, wearing a brown & blue collar. Picked up on Glenwood Drive on 9/20. (picture attached) Please visit the Evansville Lost Pets Facebook page if you have lost or found a dog. New animals are posted there daily. For a complete listing of dogs at the shelter, please go to www.pcpoundpuppies. petfinder.com . .


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Hoehn to speak to Oct. Support group The newly-formed Lily Pad Cancer Support Group will hold its next meeting Monday, October 22, starting at 6 p.m. and ending promptly at 8 p.m. Mount Vernon General Baptist Church, 1717 N. Main Street, has agreed to host the group monthly every third

Monday. Guest speaker, USI Nursing Instructor Gayle Hoehn, will be discussing topics such as resources available to you, and questions you should ask your doctor. For more info, call Connie Pearce at 459-4812 or Chris Hoehn at 682-3905.

Tabletop Christmas Trees to be auctioned at APL The Friends of the APL are asking for volunteers to decorate one of their tabletop Christmas trees for a silent tree auction as an additional fundraiser this November. If you would like to decorate one of these special trees, you may come to the library to pick up a tree and take it home to decorate as you please. Use Members of Poseyville Boy Scout Troop 387, Kameron Kendall and A.J. Reynolds, any theme, including literary approach the finish line in Saturday's 5K Pumpkin Run. The boys finished with a time (kids or adults), crafts, Christof 30:43.6 and 30:43.9, respectively. The event drew in 61 participants from around the mas, business, or hobby; all are gratefully accepted. Each area. Photo by Valerie Werkmeister tree-decorator is asked to include their name and contact information. Once your tree is decorated return it to the library by NoHappy Banned Books Lolita, by Vladmir Nabokov WMI will be offering the Week From now through Oc- Of Mice and Men, by John public a taste of what banning vember 1. The decorated trees will be tober 6, we will be observing Steinbeck books can do during Banned placed in front of the CirculaBanned Books Week, which Catch-22, by Joseph Heller Books Week: anyone who tion Desk and in various locabrings together the entire Brave New World, by Aldous wants to can come into WMI reading community – librar- Huxley and “ban” the book of their tions throughout the library ians, booksellers, publish- Animal Farm, by George Or- choice. Books chosen will ers, journalists, teachers, well be moved to a specially reand readers of all types – in The Sun Also Rises, by Er- served shelf labeled “Banned shared support of the freedom nest Hemingway Books: These books are not to seek and to express ideas, As I Lay Dying, by William available for checkout this The staff of Historic New even those some consider un- Faulkner week because they have been Harmony would like to thank everyone who joined orthodox or unpopular. A Farewell to Arms, by Er- banned by someone else.” You would be surprised at nest Hemingway Another display will have us in celebrating the grand what books have been banned Their Eyes Were Watching a variety of books which re-opening of Community and/or challenged! The Rad- God, by Zora Neale Hurston have actually been chal- House No. 2. This historic cliffe Publishing Course Invisible Man, by Ralph El- lenged or banned in other site, complete with upgrades “Top 100 Novels of the 20th lison places. Anyone checking out and new exhibits, is once Century” includes at least 46 Song of Solomon, by Toni these books will be given an again a stop on our daily books which have been either Morrison “I Read Banned Books” but- guided walking tours. Historic New Harmony, a banned or challenged, acWhat does “banned or ton. cording to the American Li- challenged” mean? A chalComing up next week, on unified program of the University of Southern Indiana brary Association’s Office for lenge is an attempt to remove October 18, the Friends of and the Indiana State MuseIntellectual Freedom. Here or restrict materials, based WMI will host the final of um and Historic Sites, hosted are the top 20: upon the objections of a per- this year’s lecture series at a press preview party on FriThe Great Gatsby, by F. Scott son or group. Challenges do WMI when Allen Pursell of day, September 28, and an Fitzgerald not simply involve a person the Indiana Nature Conser- open house on Sunday, SepThe Catcher in the Rye, by expressing a point of view; vancy presents “Just Below tember 30. J.D. Salinger rather, they are an attempt to the Surface: A ConservationThe press preview party The Grapes of Wrath, by remove material from a cur- ist Looks at Indiana’s Riv- was sponsored by Sara and John Steinbeck riculum or library, thereby ers,” focusing on our very David Brown. Guests enTo Kill a Mockingbird, by restricting the access of oth- own Wabash River. joyed food by Sara’s HarHarper Lee ers. Materials end up being The Working Men’s Insti- mony Way and the dulcimer The Color Purple, by Alice banned by successful chal- tute is open Tuesday-Thurs- music of Rick Huffman. Walker lenges, which end up with a day from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.; New Harmony’s Garden Ulysses, by James Joyce board or an administration Friday & Saturday from 10 Club provided flowers to Beloved, by Toni Morrison actually removing materials a.m. – 4:30 p.m.; and on Sun- brighten up the entry doors. The open house was The Lord of the Flies, by Wil- from collections, so that the day from 12 – 4 p.m. liam Golding ideas they contain are no lonThe Institute is closed on sponsored by Koester Construction Company. The 1984, by George Orwell ger available. Monday.

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for display as they arrive. Bidding opens Friday, November 9 and closes Friday, November 30. Bidders must be 18 or older, and must register at the Reference Desk with name, address, and phone number to receive a bidding identification number to use in the

APL to host Paranormal 101 Ghost Hunting Basics - So you believe your home or workplace is haunted but you don’t know how to be sure. Join us on Thursday, October 18 at 6 p.m. for Paranormal 101. Paranormal investigator Ricky Bruckman will discuss how to put together a paranormal investigation kit and detail some of his memorable ghost hunting experiences. Ricky's work has been featured in the magazine Weird New Jersey. This is your opportunity to learn the basics on studying the paranormal from an experienced paranormal investigator living right here in the Tri-State. No registration will be necessary to attend this informative and entertaining program.

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APL News Basic Drawing October 4, 18 and 25 at 10 a.m. Our adult class in basic drawing continues. The objective of this course and those to follow are designed to teach you to see and draw what you see as a recognizable image on paper. All supplies are free so you must register in advance. T.A.B. (Teen Advisory Board) October 8 and 22 at 3:30 p.m. Join us for our bi-weekly T.A.B. Meetings. We will discuss programming, social networking and test our ideas. So stop by for a snack and some good times. This program is for those in grades 6 – 12 only. Planting Bulbs October 8 at 6 p.m. Your host Larry Caplan, Extension Horticulture Educator Purdue Extension Service, Vanderburgh County, will present basic information on planting and caring for bulbs and species types. No registration needed. Introduction To Microsoft Word 2007 October 9 at 10 a.m. Please note that you must have experience using a mouse or touchpad and be able to do some basic typing before taking this program. You may bring a laptop if you have one of your own. You must register in advance. Special Needs Storytime October 9 at 6: p.m. Pumpkins - This event focuses on the needs of children on the autism spectrum. Children ages 3 and up and their caregivers are invited to engage in activities such as, active movement songs, action rhymes, interactive play, and creative crafts in an inviting environment. Registration required. Basic Knitting October 10 and 24 at 10 a.m. Cheryl Carroll will be at the library to demonstrate how to stitch during our Basic Knitting Program. She will teach casting on, knit and purl, and biding off techniques. Yarn will be provided

By Stanley Campbell and a limited number of size 8 needles will be available to borrow from the library. No registration is necessary but space is limited. Busy Hands October 10 and 24 at 10 a.m. “Busy Hands” is a gathering of crafters - we meet at 10 a.m. on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month unless the library is closed. If you quilt, knit, do tatting, crochet, etc. come and join the fun! No registration is necessary but space is limited. Lego Club October 10 at 3:30 p.m. This is a monthly club for anyone age 6 and older who loves working with Legos. Each meeting we will be building things from Legos. Registration is required. October 11 - Library Closed The library will be closed all day for staff training. Babies/Toddlers Storytimes October 15, 16, 22, 23, 29 and 30 at 9:30 a.m. or October 15, 22, and 29 at 10:30 a.m. This program is for children Birth - 36 months and their caregivers. Programs will include rhymes, fingerplays, music and stories. Registration is required. Preschool Storytimes October 15, 16, 22, 23, 29 and 30 at 10:30 a.m. Stories, music, activities, and crafts for children ages 3 through 5.

Parents are welcome to either participate with their child, or can use the time to browse the library for their own interests. Registration is required. Floating Ghost Craft October 15 at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. - Floating Ghost Craft - This craft defies gravity and is fun to create. All your supplies will be provided at no cost to you. You must be 18 or older to take part in this program. You must register in advance. Recycled Crafts October 15 at 3:30 p.m. Make a bowl using old maga-

zines, and make button bracelets and necktie bracelets. This program is open to those in grades 6 to 12 only. All supplies will be provided and you must register in advance to attend. Coming Soon: Book Sale The Friends of the Alexandrian Public Library fall book sale will be held Saturday, November 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, November 11 from 1 to 4 p.m. Preceding the public sale, a Friendsonly special preview sale will be held Friday, November 9 from 1 to 4 p.m.

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afternoon featured games, music by the New Harmony Voices Choir, and refreshments. The choir, a small ensemble of Community Choir members, includes: Fred and Janey Frayser; Rick and Paula Gooden; Bart and Marlene Huffaker; and Greg and Rita Reynolds. Handcrafted door prizes were donated by Rick Huffman, Creation Station; New Harmony Woodworks; and Tom Wintczak, Bee Tree Pottery. Game prizes were donated by the Golden Rose, Harmonie Haus Cinemas, KOLA Property Management, New Harmony Business Associates, the New Harmony Soap Company, and Samuel’s Place. A special thanks to all the

volunteers involved, especially Chris Laughbaum and Craig Wilderman. Historic New Harmony’s interpreters did an excellent job staffing both re-opening events, and put in extra hours preparing to include Community House No. 2 on the tour once again. The rehabilitation of Community House No. 2 required the work of many people over several years. The building is owned by Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites, which funded the $870,000 project. Historic New Harmony operates the building. We look forward to sharing the history of this building with residents and visitors and to the exciting programming opportunities the space provides.

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Harmonie State Park plans busy October October 13 from 9 a.m. - 5p.m. Harmonie State Park guests will enter the park at a reduced rate of $3 per car. The park will be hosting a craft show with many different craft vendors and food vendors. Come and let the kids play and you can shop until you drop at the many craft booths. Dutch oven cook off will be from 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. categories are main dish, dessert and soup. Winners from each category will receive three free nights of camping. The local fire department will be giving fire truck rides along the survive alive house. For the kids, we will have inflatables for them to play on as well as a petting zoo. We will have live music throughout the day. Something new this year will be demonstrators such as soap making, candle dipping, open hearth cooking and bread making. That evening we will have hayrides in the campground from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Posey County Humane Society Dog Walk “Tails & Trails Dog Festival” at Harmonie State Park on October 2, 2012 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Registration forms at www.poseyhumane.org or register at Harmonie State Park on the day of the event. Some fun things to do will be the poker run, raffles, walking trails, agility course, pet photo’s, micro chipping, doggy nail trimming, food, and much more. On October 27 we will have trick- or- treat in the campground from 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. Shuttle will be provided from the pool parking lot to the campground. The roads win the park will be closed to traffic starting at 10:30 a.m. Hayrides to view the spooky decorated campground will be available Friday and Saturday evening. For more info concerning these events call the park office at 812-682-4821 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. daily.

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Jill and Jeremiah Stump Jill Thorsen and Jeremiah Stump were united in marriage on August 11, 2012 at Salt Creek Golf Retreat in Nashville, Ind. A reception followed the ceremony. Jill is the daughter of Dianna and Chris Thorsen of Blairsville. She graduated from North Posey High School in 2003 and Indiana University in 2007. She is a deputy clerk at the Perry Township small claims court in Indianapolis. Jeremiah is the son of Gwenevere Dewitt of Indianapolis, Ind. and Warren Stump of Montgomery, Mich. He graduated from Freedom Farm Christian High School in 2000. He is the manager of Cash America in Indianapolis. After a honeymoon to Saugatuck, Mich. the couple resides in Indianapolis, Ind.

On Saturday, November 3, 2012, at North Posey High School Auditorium at 6 p.m. be the first to hear all of the songs from the self-titled, debut album for Union Street. Tickets go on-sale Wednesday, September 26 at 8 a.m. CST. Tickets for the show are $20 and can be purchased on-line at www.unionstreetqt.com or at The Vineyard Christian Bookstore (Evansville, Ind.). Union Street consists of members Ryan Seaton (Evansville, Ind.), Toby Hitchcock (Evansville, Ind.), Andrew Goldman (Evansville, Ind.), Aaron McCune (Fairfield, Ill.) and Road Manager Chris Seaton (Evansville, Ind.). Union Street formed in February of 2012 and had been working to record a Cd when the group decided to utilize the Kickstarter organization. Kickstarter.com is the world’s largest crowd-funding platform for creative projects. Union Street launched its platform in May of 2012 and completely funded the debut album in just 30 days. “We were humbled and overwhelmed by the support of all of our fans for backing this project. With a lofty goal of

$15,000 for the CD we were a little nervous as to whether or not we would reach that goal,” states Union Street’s front man, Ryan Seaton. Union Street’s fans plegded $20,000 surpassing their goal for the musical project. The self-titled, debut album is set to release to the general public on Tuesday, November 6th and can be purchased through the group’s website. “We are very excited about this project! We have some great songs that we feel will reach a really broad audience,” says Toby Hitchcock. The CD release concert will be the first opportunity for fans to hear all of the songs on the new album at North Posey High School. “We wanted a smaller, intimate setting for this show because it is so special to us,” Seaton said. North Posey is the Alma Mater for Ryan Seaton, Andrew Goldman and Chris Seaton. For more information on tickets and Union Street, visit www.unionstreetqt.com. Also, become a fan on Facebook, www.facebook.com/unionstreetqt.

Poseyville Town-Wide Sale Oct. 6 Poseyville Town-Wide Yard Sale will be October 6, 2012. Call Janet Staley at 812-874-3168 to get your name on the map by September 21. Maps will be located at Hirsch’s, Harold’s Restaurant and Margaret’s Resale. The Goodwill truck will be available at the Town Park at 3 p.m. to pick up unwanted items. No dumping at Margaret’s Resale please.

Corn Day book sale slated in Carmi The Carmi Public Library will be holding their annual Corn Day Book Sale on Saturday, October 13 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. This year has one of the nicest selections of books the library has had to offer with a large quantity of like-new donated books. Stop by and pick up a good read and enjoy the Corn Day festivities!

Fundraiser to benefit Carol Dunn There will be a fundraiser on Saturday October 6, 2012 to benefit Carol Dunn who is fighting stage four cancer. The event will take place at American Legion #370. There will be a bake sale starting at 8 a.m. plus a soup and sandwich luncheon. The ladies auxiliary dinner will be from 4-7 p.m..

Adult prices are $8 a meal and children will be $5. The menu will be roast pork tenderloin, whipped potatoes and gravy, dressing, green beans, slaw, roll, dessert and coffee, tea or lemonade. The headliner band will be by Scott Mason starting at 9 p.m. for ages 21 and over.

Pictured front and center are the 2012 Little Miss and Mr. Autumnfest, Haley Duffey and Caden Aaron Michael Meredith, with their court. Haley is the daugher of Jonathan and Nicole Duffey of Mount Vernon, and Caden is the son of Otis and Cindy Meredith of Poseyville. The Posey County Women's Club sponsored the event for area children ages 4 - 7 on Saturday afternoon for the 30th year. As in the past, winners were chosen as the luck of the draw from the box holding each contestant's name. This year, 15 girls and 8 boys participated. Each child received a ribbon and treat bag. The 2012 Little Miss and Mr. Autumnfest rode in the Autumnfest parade on Sunday afternoon in addition to each receiving a $25 Gatti Town gift certificate compliments of 5/3 Bank and an art easel from Community State Bank. Little Crazy Daisy donated the flowers and the Autumnfest Committee provided the tiara, trophy and ribbons. The Posey County News was mentioned for publishing information prior to the contest. Photo by Pam Robinson

Wolfgang fall season begins this Friday Wolfgang Orchestra and Chorus, a Mount Vernon/ Posey County based community group, will have their first rehearsal of the Fall Season this Friday, October 5, from 6 to 8:30 at the Hedges Central rehearsal hall. Wolfgang is open to all musicians who have a background in public school music, playing in the school band or chorus. The Orchestra and Chorus are

self-supporting with seasonal dues of $50. Music directors, Dennis & Nancy Noon, welcome your phone call of interest at 838-4481 or email at danoon@insightbb.com. Musical selections for the coming season include: Leroy Anderson’s “A Christmas Festival”, John William’s “Three Christmas Songs from Home Alone”, selections from Camille Saint-Saen’s “Ora-

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Komen for the Cure ‘Surviving with Style’ event is slated for October 2 An inspiring evening of fashion & fun to benefit the Evansville Tri-State Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Join us Tuesday, October 2 at 6 p.m. at the Old Post Office Place in Downtown Evansville. Enjoy a fashion show featuring fabulous fall and winter styles from The Graceful Lady, mouth watering hors devours from Just Rennie’s Catering & Cookie Company, shopping from local vendors and numerous silent and live auction items up for bid. Tickets are $25

each and can be purchased at the Evansville Tri-State Affiliate office, online at www.komenevansville. org or by phone at 812962-2202 or 888-5663620. Ticket sales are limited to 300 and each participant will receive a goody bag valued over $25. Proceeds from this event and other events throughout the year benefit the men and women of the entire tri-state area, including those in Warrick County. Seventy-five percent of the funds raised

Blessing of the Animals set for Oct. 4 St. Stephen's Episcopal Church will host a Blessing of the Animals for the New Harmony community on Thursday, October 4, 6 p.m., outside the gates of the Roofless Church. Trinity United Church of Christ, 505 Mulberry Street in Mount Vernon, will host a Blessing of the Animals for the community on Sunday, October 7, 8 a.m., in the courtyard.

FUMC to hold Harvest Dinner Oct. 20 First United Methodist Church will be holding a Harvest Dinner on October 20, 2012 from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. The Bridges of Hope Store will be open. The menu will include roasted turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, cranberry salad,

rolls, assorted desserts, drinks, coffee, and tea. Carryouts will be available starting at 5 p.m. The cost will be $9 per adult, $4 for ages 4-10 and two and under is free. The dinner will take place at 601 North Main Street, Mount Vernon in Wesley Hall.

are kept local to provide breast health awareness education programs and to pay for mammograms, diagnostic testing and treatment for those men and women who are uninsured or underinsured. Since 2000, the Evansville TriState Affiliate has funded over 20,000 mammograms; 3,000 diagnostic tests and 522 people are alive in the tri-state today thanks to the life-saving treatment provided. The remaining twentyfive percent of the funds raised are used to fund the Komen National Research Program. Komen is the world’s largest private funder of breast cancer research having given over $2.2 billion over the last thirty years. If you or someone you know needs assistance, please contact the Evansville Tri-State Affiliate at 812-962-2202, toll-free at 888-566-3620 or email at info@komenevansville. org For more information call us at 812.962.2202, or toll free at 888.566.3620 or visit us online at www. komenevansville.org.

Poseyville Boy Scout Troop 387 held their first annual 5K Pumpkin Run on Saturday during Poseyville's Autumnfest celebration. It was a great day for a run and a walk through the country as perfect weather helped ensure the race's success. Overall winners were Mike Wassmer of Poseyville, who finished the race in 22:00.3 and Faith Dearmond of Newburgh, who was the first to cross the finish line with a time of 21:03.1 Photo by Valerie Werkmeister

Posey County Christmas Gift Assistance program now seeking sponsors for 2012

The ninth annual Posey at Trinity United Church program guidelines will County Christmas Gift As- of Christ, 505 Mulberry be mailed to businesses, sistance Program is again Street, and at the Black churches and other organibeing sponsored by the Township Trustee’s office, zations in late September. Mount Vernon/New Har- 5773 Industrial Road, and Monetary donations will mony Ministerial Asso- can be turned in to those also be welcomed. ciation and Trinity United same locations. This worthwhile proChurch of Christ. As was the policy in gram has grown steadily Any family wishing to 2011, children only will since its inception. Genbe included is required to be eligible to receive gifts. erous support by the comcomplete an application Exceptions will be made munity in 2011 allowed and return it no later than for full time high school more than 189 families to November 2, 2012. Ap- students who are age 18. receive gifts for their chilSponsor letter with dren. ing questions and to distrib- plications are available ute All-America seeds and produce to all attendees. The 2012 AAS winners that will Air Force Airman Nick- in military discipline and degree through the Combe featured include: “Vinca olas J. Dokulil graduated studies, Air Force core val- munity College of the Air Jams’n Jellies” Blackberry from basic military train- ues, physical fitness, and Force. Dokulil is the son which features a dark purple ing at Lackland Air Force basic warfare principles of Stacey Patel of Highway almost black flower; Orna- Base, San Antonio, Texas. and skills. Airmen who 64 South, Mount Vernon. mental Pepper” Black Olive” The airman completed an complete basic training He is a 2011 graduate of with fruits the same dark intensive, eight-week pro- earn four credits toward an Castle High School, Newcolor as the popular “Black gram that included training associate in applied science burgh. Pearl “only larger; Salvia “Summer Jewel Pink,” a dwarf prolific blooms all seaAir Force Airman Thomas W. Craig grad- basic training earn four credits toward an son and, Pepper “cayennetta “a chili pepper with prolific uated from basic military training at Lack- associate in applied science degree through fruit set. All of these plants land Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. the Community College of the Air Force. Craig is the son of Hollie Craig of Old were remarkably drought tol- The airman completed an intensive, eighterant during this extremely week program that included training in mili- Plank Road, New Harmony, Ind., and brothtary discipline and studies, Air Force core er of James Craig of North 138 Avenue, Surdry year. Contact Greg Gordon, values, physical fitness, and basic warfare prise, Ariz. He is a 2011 graduate of New AAS Garden Coordinator at principles and skills. Airmen who complete Harmony High School, Ind. 812-455-3203 or Greggordon11@yahoo.com or DeYour news is always welcome here! lores Mason 812-477-7378 Please email news1@poseycountynews.com Delores.mason@insighbb. Or call 682-3950 com for questions

Master Gardener Field Day showcase set for Oct. 7 Southwestern Indiana Master Gardener Association (SWIMGA), a non-profit organization of over 400 active area members trained thru Purdue Extension Service. The Field Day is to showcase the All-America Selections Garden, Also the AAS Classics Garden with winners going all the way back to 1951. It is free and open to the public The event will take place on Sunday, October 7 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

It is located at Southwestern Indiana Master Garden Association Display Garden, located at 3501 E. Lloyd Expy on the Old State Hospital grounds adjacent to the Eykamp Boy Scout Center. This event is an invitation for the Tri-State to see The 2012 All-America Selections winners growing in the AAS garden, and how remarkably drought tolerant they were during this dry year. Master Gardeners will be at Field Day to answer garden-

Community Table menu for Oct. Free meal served every Thursday from 5:15 to 6:30 p.m. at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Poseyville. Oct. 4: Baked ravioli, peas, hot roll, cookies Oct. 11: Pizza, salad, green beans, cookies Oct. 18: Pot pie, salad, apple dumplings Oct. 25: Chili, hot dogs, relish cups, cupcakes Everyone is welcome. Singles, couples and families. No preaching, just good eating.

Nickolas Dokulil graduates from basic military training

Thomas Craig graduates from basic military training

Sermon of the Week: John 3:16 has universal meaning and appeal By The Rev. Rick Sellers, Mt. Zion GBC So, what is John 3:16? What does it mean? If you have ever wondered why you see “John 3:16” at ball games or any other public event you might need to consider what it means. Honestly, if I were to guess I would have to say that well-meaning Christ-followers, or Christians, were attempting to get the GREAT NEWS of Jesus Christ out for all the world to see. So, what does John 3:16 mean? Let’s

look at it for a moment. “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” (NKJV) First of all it is not possible to comprehend love until one has an encounter with God. This encounter involves the intimate revealing of the part of life which we typically keep hidden. The fact is, when we enter into a relationship with God, under-

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standing that there is nothing hidden from Him, we realize that we can completely unveil ourselves before Him without fear because of this thing called love. The very fact that God was willing to intersect human history with the intention of redeeming anyone who would simply “believe in Him” should be enough for us to want the whole world to know about John 3:16. Secondly, we discover that it is the desire of God for all mankind to live forever with Him. From the beginning this was God’s intention but this “little” thing called sin caused a significant breakdown. Unless we make the intentional move to seek God’s forgiveness for our failures we will continue to wander farther from the One who loves us and eventually die. “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 6:23 NKJV) You see, because of this thing called sin we justly deserve death but God through His mercy has provided a way of escape. The escape route has been established by God when He provided His Son, Jesus Christ. As a matter of fact, this has been proven time and again to be true. The record of changed lives is astounding, but that is the subject for another time. Since death is our “lot in life” because

of sin, and God graciously provides a way of escape than this has to be a direct result of His love for us. “FOR GOD SO LOVED!” He loved the world filled with people just like you and I that He provided the perfect gift in the person of Jesus Christ. “But you don’t understand what I have done…” Actually, this really doesn’t matter because regardless of your past Jesus died and rose again in order to give you a future without condemnation. “For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved. “He who believes in Him is not condemned; but he who does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.” (John 3:17-18) So, what does John 3:16 mean? It means that no one needs to live their lives with guilt from sins past. It means that God’s love crosses the bounds of time, space and the mountains of impasse in order to reveal how special you are. For spiritual help please call on a local pastor who believes that the Bible truly is the Word of God. If you do not know someone I will gladly share the love of God with you. Why not call now!

St. Paul’s UMC yard sale fundraiser Oct. 6 St. Paul’s Uunited Methodist Church in Poseyville will have a yard sale during the Poseyville Town-Wide yard

sale on Saturday, Oct. 6 from 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. This will be a fundraiser to help support the Community

Table meal held each Thursday evening. The Posey Youth will be selling hamburgers and drinks to shoppers

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1. 7 Stanley Court 2. 150 N Church Street 3. N Davis Street 4. 6 E Main Street 5. 46 S Cale Street 6. 39 S Church Street 7. 86 S Locust Street 8. 80 N Cale Street 9. 272 S Cale Street 10. 48 N Sharp Street 11. 60 N Fletchall 12. 5 E Butler Ave 13. State Road 165 South (Not Shown on Map) 14. 68 S Sharp Street


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Local schools lead United Way Pacesetters campaign This year, the local school systems – M.S.D. of Mount Vernon, M.S.D. of North Posey, St. Matthew School, St. Philip School, and St. Wendel School, are Pacesetters for the United Way campaign. They ran their United Way campaign early and results were announced at the United Way of Posey County campaign kick-off on September 19. Their early support and enthusiasm helps to get this year’s campaign off to a good start. Andrea Lodato Dickel, Principal, said “St. Philip Catholic School has been asked to be a Pacesetter for the United Way of Posey County Campaign for the fourth year in a row. We are honored to be asked because we think it’s very important to support the United Way. St. Philip is a small, rural school in Posey County. We have just over 200 students in grades PK-8. We know we have families that have benefited from the resources United Way has to offer and we also know that we have families that are in a good financial position to support the programs and organizations that support United Way. As a Catholic School, it is part of our mission to ensure that our students have the values for a successful Christian life. Being a Pace-

setter for United Way gives us an opportunity to serve our community on a grand scale and we are happy to be a part of this worthwhile project.” Wayne Games, United Way of Posey County campaign chairman, announced today that the campaign has reached 15% of its $690,000 goal. He said that thanks to the community spirit and generosity of local business people, there will be fundraisers for the United Way of Posey County campaign. On 2 Tuesdays, October 23 and October 30, Tequila’s, Southwind Plaza in MtountVernon, will donate 20% of all sales to the United Way. A coupon is required and may be obtained from any United Way volunteer or call 838-3637. On Wednesday, October 17, Michelle’s Icing on the Cake, 209 E. Water Street, in Mount Vernon, will donate 10% of all sales that day to United Way, and no coupon is required. On Thursday, October 18, the St. Philips’s Inn, 11200 Upper Mount Vernon Road, will donate 10% of all sales that day to United Way. No coupons are required for the St. Philip’s Inn. Games asked everyone to participate, saying “It’s good food and it’s a good cause, so now

Farmersville third grade student Alexis Anderson taste-tests some fresh fruit from the Purdue Extension’s GREATT! program. Photo submitted

is a great time to support these local restaurants.” Also during October, if McKim’s IGA customers turn in their store receipts, McKim’s will donate 1% of the receipt amount (except for alcohol and tobacco products, taxes, and office services) to the United Way of Posey County campaign. Elizabeth Baier, executive director of the United Way of Posey County, said “Please turn your receipt in before leaving the store and help to ensure services are available for the Posey County community.” Funds raised in the United Way campaign go to support 21 local agencies and more than 75 programs that provide services to the people of Posey County such as Albion Fellows Bacon Center, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Buffalo Trace Council – Boy Scouts of America, Catholic Charities, Children’s Learning Center of Posey County, Christian Church Day Care Center, Community Emergency Assistance, ECHO Community Health Care, Family Matters, Homeless Shelter of Mt. Vernon, Indiana Legal Services, Lampion Center, New Harmony Ministry Association, Posey County Council on Aging, Posey County Red Cross, Posey County Rehabilitation Services, The Rehabilitation Center, The Salvation Army, Visiting Nurse Association of Southwestern Indiana, WNIN Radio Reading Program, and Willow Tree of Posey County. In addition, the United Way of Posey County funds 2-1-1, the easily-remembered number to call for information and assistance about needs and resources and the new prescription drug discount program. Keith Spurgeon, Posey County United Way President, said “As part of the 50th Anniversary celebration this year, the United Way of Posey County is saying thank you to the community for its 50 years of generosity and support. There will be a Variety Show on Saturday, October 13, at 7 p.m. at Mount Vernon High School featuring many local, very

Farmersville students learn about healthy living skills from Purdue Extension staff In 1999, 14% of adolescents ages 12 to 19 in the United States were overweight, and these statistics have nearly tripled for adolescents in the past two decades. Recent research supports the idea that obesity in youth is generally caused by lack of physical activity, unhealthy eating patterns, or a combination of the two, with genetics and lifestyle both playing important roles in determining a child's weight. Through the GREATT. (Gardening, Really?! Eating And Tasting Too!)

youth enrichment program, Purdue Extension-Posey County staff hopes to encourage the Farmersville third grade students to include more fruits and vegetables in their diet while also learning more about science, nutrition, and agriculture. Purdue ExtensionPosey County staff members Jon Neufelder, Cheven May and Jane Jett began presenting this program to Farmersville Elementary third grade students in September and will continue to meet weekly with these students and their teachers

throughout the fall. In addition to learning more about healthy eating and planting and harvesting their own vegetables, students will be encouraged to taste a wide variety of fruits and vegetables during these presentations. For more information about this program or other Purdue Extension-Posey County services, call Purdue Extension-Posey County at 812-838-1331, visit us online at www.ces.purdue. edu/Posey/ or stop by our office in the basement of the Coliseum Building in downtown Mount Vernon.

Dan Ritter (L) United Way of Posey County campaign volunteer recognizes Andrea Lodato Dickel, Principal of St. Philip School, on behalf of St. Philip School, for their participation and outstanding results in the United Way of Posey County Campaign. Photo by Dave Pearce talented performers, and free to everyone, through the generous sponsorship of CGB, CGB Soybean Pro-

cessing, and CTLG. For more information about services provided through the United Way

of Posey County or volunteer opportunities available, call 838-3637 or email uwposey@sbcglobal.net.

Poseyville’s Wright Stemle is part of group to market new Zimmatic Irrigation systems Special to the news: Wright Implement takes on new business of Irrigation Systems through Zimmatic by Lindsay. For the past 40 years, Wright Implement Company, Inc. has provided sales, parts, and service for a wide range of John Deere Ag equipment. Now, they are excited to announce their business expansion into the irrigation market by becoming a full-service Zimmatic Irrigation dealer. Heading up sales will be former Williamsport Service Manager, Deron Rater. As the Irrigation Salesman, Rater will not only be selling pivots, but working with geologists and well drillers to determine whether irrigation is a possibility on customers’ fields. “To qualify for irrigation, it is important that the pertaining land has adequate water supply.” said Rater. “I will be facilitating discussions among the geologists, well drillers, and customers to make sure irrigation is possible and sustainable.” Matt Davis, former Williamsport Service Technician, will be taking on the role of Irrigation Service Coordinator. “Once Deron (Rater) completes a deal, it is my job to see that our service crew properly

installs the pivot and continue to provide service, should the need arise.” said Davis. “The same John Deere quality service you receive on your combine, you can now receive on your irrigation pivot. “ Davis currently has a service staff consisting of Blake Minnicus, Jake Honaker, and Mykel Heidenreich. Wright Implement, which has John Deere Dealerships located in Williamsport, Crawfordsville, and Rockville, along with their partner stores of Wright Stemle, with dealerships in Jasper, Washington, Evansville, and Poseyville, will stock parts for the irrigation pivots. Davis adds that, “Wright Implement will also have the capacity to service other brands of irrigation

United Way 50th anniversary show United Way will hold its 50th anniversary show. The acts will be as followed: Dan Katz- MC/ Announcer “Angelus”-Singing “Cul”- Singing Katie Beste- Singing Melanie Davis- Singing Teresa Bloodworth- Instrumental Greg Oeth and Frank SmithComedy Rylan Kozinski- Singing Posey County AttorneysComedy Gigi Kozinski- Ventrilo-

North Posey FFA News On September 20, 2012 the District X Kickoff was hosted at North Posey High School. FFA chapters from all over District X arrived for the evenings activities. There were over 245 registered FFA members and advisors at the event. A meal was provided for member with the generosity of several local organi-

pivots and will not be limited to only Zimmatic by Lindsay.” The business of the Irrigation Systems provided by Wright Implement will be based (but not limited to) West Central to Southern Indiana.For more information, visit the Irrigation Equipment tab on the Wright Implement website www.wrightimplement. com Emails and phone calls are encouraged regarding Wright Implement’s new Irrigation Systems business. Direct contact for Salesman Deron Rater is drater@wrightimplement. com or 765-585-2545. Service Coordinator Matt Davis can be reached at mdavis@wrightimplement.com or 765-5853918. quism “Wolfgang Big Jazz Band”Instrumental Hanz & Franz- Comedy (Davis Purvis and Mike Crandell) Keith Sprugeon- Magic Taylor Brooks- Dance Andrew DeKemper- Instrumental Mickey Grimm- Percussion Molly Felder- Singing Other events will include the opening slide show and United Way history/ explanation.

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zations. We would like to thank the 4-County Pork Producers for providing the pork burgers, and the Young Dairymen and Carl Schmitz for providing the ice cream. A special thanks goes out to Sandy Bender, Johlene Hoenert, Jeanette Sturgell, and Lisa Koester for serving the meal. Opening ceremonies

were conducted in the auditorium and leadership activities were conducted by the District X and Indiana State FFA officers. The chapter would like to thank Dr. Strieter, Mrs. Koester, Brian Axton, Dale Farrar, Don Barton, Danny Ellis, and Ed Morton for all their efforts to make this event a success.


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POSEYVILLE AUTUMNFEST 2012

Pictured are the 2011 Miss Autumnfest Brianna Perry and 2011 Autumnfest Princess Mia Schmitt (far left, back row) with the contestants for this year's 2012 Miss Autumnfest and Autumnfest Princess. Back row (L to R) stand Miss Autumnfest contestants Hope Craft, Noelle Emge, Jessica Gries, Baylee Pate, Mallory Schmitt, Brandi Carner Tom Holbrook comes back to enjoy the rest of the paand Jeri-Ann Neuffer. Front row (L to R) stand Miss Autumnfest Princess contestants Courtney Kissel, Arionna rade after being part of the color guard. Collins, Hailey Woods, Katlyn Downey and Meredith Stephens. Photo by Pam Robinson

Kristin and Makailah Rogers show off their frog faces while riding with grandma Pictured are the 2012 Miss Autumfest royalty (back row) and Autumnfest Princess and grandpa in their show car. Photo by Dave Pearce. royalty (front row): Back row L to R are 1st Runner-up and Miss Congeniality Baylee Pate; Miss Autumnfest Jeri-Ann Neuffer; and 2nd Runner-up Jessica Gries. Front row L to R are Autumnfest Princess and Miss Congeniality Arionna Collins and 1st Runner-up Princess Meredith Stephens. Photo by Pam Robinson

Posey County Prosecutor Travis Clowers and Sheriff Greg Oeth work together to No One Fights Alone was the winner of the Business Float. The entry was put toprotect the county and hand out candy to youngsters along the parade route. gether by The Red Wagon. Photo by Dave Pearce.

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Webb tote queen Jeri-Ann Neuffer and Princess Arionna Collinis during the Autumnfest State Representative Wendy McNamara enjoys meetparade. Photo by Dave Pearce. ing constituents at the Poseyville Autumnfest parade. At left: the color guard lead the way into the 2012 Autumnfest parade. Parade photos by Dave Pearce.

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‘Normal’ day for workoholic opens eyes to a new world Did you ever have a day where you just wanted to get away from the norm and be yourself? I have more of those days that I would like to admit and I get to do it even less that I want to admit but I did take Saturday, most of TRUTH... the day, and was just a nor- STRANGER mal working man with a THAN weekend day off. It was a FICTION rare feeling for me but one I would enjoy having more BY DAVE PEARCE often. After struggling this week with what I might do this weekend, I finally decided on Saturday morning, to ask for permission to take off from my “day job” as a salesman for DPatrick Ford in downtown Evansville. After all, if my memory serves me correctly, in my seven months of employment there, that was the first Saturday I had taken off. My manager obliged and after I was able to sleep in a little later than I normally would, I took a few hours to just do what I really wanted to do. I quickly found out that there is a lot of joy in the simple things in life. My wife and I went to the Kiwanis Pancake breakfast, a part of Autumnfest and just up the street from our house. It was a rare time that I walked out of the house without being armed with the 45-pound camera bag and equipment hanging on my arm. After enjoying a good breakfast, we walked around the Autumnfest, again without the weight of the camera bag, and I enjoyed seeing people just as a person rather than as the man at the newspaper. I did take advantage of 2011 Autumnfest Queen Brianna Perry’s invitation to join Frank Smith and Joberta Campbell in judging the raspberry baking contest. I placed my silent auction tickets in the St. Francis Relay for Life ticket baskets and found out that it really doesn’t take very long to spend $100 at the Autumnfest. As a matter of fact, between breakfast and

the Relay tickets, the North Posey band’s tickets for a drawing for a four-wheeler, the Posey County FOP’s drawing for a television, and the Boy Scout’s popcorn sale, I had dropped $95 of the $100 I had brought with me. Although a little surprising, it felt good to spend a few dollars on some of the people and causes I believe in. After all, the Relay for Life will likely hold a significant place for me from this point forward. Although most of my family has been fortunate enough to escape cancer, recently it has taken up residence. As a matter of fact, one of the options on my Saturday choice sheet was to drive to Cincinnati and see my lively and lovely 88-year-old aunt. While still running her own business until recently, she was diagnosed with Stage 4 ovarian cancer just a few weeks back. After one or two chemo treatments, she has elected not to live out her remaining time in a constant state of nausea from chemo. But that’s not the only case. I also found out last week that the “Thumbs Up for Lane Goodwin,” campaign also hits near home. I learned Lane is the nephew of a good friend with whom I had worked for almost 10 years. This same friend lost a brother to cancer just a couple of years ago. His battle was similarly short as by the time there had been a diagnosis, there was little time left. About a month ago, my nephew by marriage was diagnosed also with cancer. This was a brain cancer for which surgery was performed within a week of diagnosis. They were able to remove part of the tumor but he and his family left Monday for Chicago, where they will see what treatment options Don will have. And finally, my brother-in-law’s mother, who was also the wife of our church minister when I was growing up, has been diagnosed with this terrible disease. She,

too, faces limited options. And all this comes on the heels of another brother-inlaw losing his sister to liver cancer just a few weeks before. So on Saturday, my brain needed a break. There’s only so many things a person can worry about until it begins to take a toll. So one of the things I felt would really help me was just to drive out into the country. We found ourselves near Farview Orchard and the fall apples. On this beautiful Saturday afternoon,. We bought a bag of apples before heading down to the U-pick area to see an unbelievable abundance of fruit. I was surprised to learn that this was the first time my wife, the daughter of a grain and hog farmer, had ever picked her own apples right from the tree. As the day wore on, I made my way back home where I was looking forward to having the opportunity to mow my own yard for a change. And even though I had

trouble getting and keeping the lawnmower running, I was able to enjoy being outside and feeling a fall day’s sunshine like most people. By the end of the afternoon, I was ready to head to Point Township Church of the Nazarene’s Annual Chicken Supper. I simply couldn’t help but attach my camera bag to my shoulder since we were headed completely across the county. Who knew what I might see along the way. So if you didn’t see much of me this weekend, I took a day off just to be a “normal” person. It is rare that I get that opportunity so I made the most of it. There’s a song going around right now whose words read something like this. “I don’t have to go to work on Monday…I get to. I don’t have to mow my yard…I get to. I don’t have to spend time with dad or mom…I get to.” On Saturday, I didn’t have to do the things I did…I got to!”

‘Saving money’ is poor excuse for refusing to take the time Handwritten letters top the endangered list for 20th century practices conveying humanity and warmth. Their extinction is just a matter of time. The 21st century disre- LIVING gard for sending Christmas FOR THE cards just serves as a case JOURNEY in point. Every Christmas, I BY PAM hear more and more people ROBINSON congratulate themselves on saving money otherwise foolishly spent on cards and, especially, on postage stamps. They say they’re just not mailing Christmas cards anymore. This declaration reveals as much about their spending habits as anything. Dollar General Store offers large boxes of Christmas cards for a bargain – no more than $3.99 a box, if memory serves me correctly. When the cards go on

sale after Christmas, the consumer picks up an even greater bargain. The word sparing, not to say stingy, comes to mind for anyone unwilling to lay down $5 (tax included) to offer yuletide greetings to their friends and family. Before I am accused of reckless name calling, I really must, of course, consider the price of postage these days. To send Christmas cards to 25 friends and family members will add $11.25 (calculating 45 cents for each first class postage stamp) to the Christmas card bill. That means, the smart shopper can purchase 25 Christmas cards and have them delivered for under $20. The way I figure it, only a true tightwad will resent spending 80 cents each on 25 friends and family members (if he still can count that many). Frankly, I don’t believe money is the issue. We’ve all become so driven, in work and in play, with electronic messages, we have lost at least some of the art of reflection and sharing our heartfelt wishes with family and friends.

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Email, voicemail, texting—these 21st century conveniences deprive us of the excitement of opening and reading handwritten letters. Just this past week, I received a 5 x 7 inch color picture postcard from London, a true and treasured gift from a dear friend who travels to Europe almost every year. She always asks me what I would like for a souvenir, and I always answer, “Send me postcards.” To me, nothing is more precious than hearing about my friend’s travels and knowing she’s safe all along the way. Between her writings and the pictures, I travel vicariously with her. I cannot imagine a more personal and meaningful communication than receiving handwritten letters from those we love. These messages become embedded in our hearts instead of ending up lost who knows where in cyberspace. I’ll always value the dollars and sense that allow for handwritten letters, indeed timeless creations. For as poet John Keats reminds us, “A thing of beauty is a joy forever.”

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Fourth Graders: What does Indiana mean to you? As the 19th state to join the union on Dec. 11, 1816, Indiana has a long, storied history that unites us all as present day Hoosiers. Understanding our state’s history is important to truly appreciate the sacrifices that were made to make Indiana what it is today. By knowing where we came from, we can help get to where we want to be as a person, family, community, city or state. Indiana has put forth tremendous resources to be labeled as the “Crossroads of America”. Our state’s great location serves as a connection point for residents, travelers and commerce across the U.S. But that isn’t all we are known for. The nation’s first long distance race, the

Indianapolis 500, was held in Indianapolis in 1911. Fort Wayne hosted the first professional baseball game in 1871, and Evansville was the largest inland producer of LSTs (Tank Landing Ships) during WWII. The Hoosier heritage runs deep in all of us, but my list of Indiana fun facts is not the best way to become acquainted with our great state. It can be a rewarding experience to do some research on our state and teach your children about Indiana. A great opportunity to educate our youth on the importance of our past is the Fourth Grade Student Essay Competition. All across the state, Hoosier fourth graders will be

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writing about "What Indiana Means to Me" with winning applicants being honored at the Indiana Statehouse on December 11. The Indiana Statehouse Tour Office and the Indiana Center for the Book are hosting the competition to commemorate Indiana Statehood Day and to learn from fourth graders what it means to be a Hoosier. Indiana Statehood Day at the Statehouse is an excellent opportunity for students to gain knowledge about their state’s richly diverse history. During this celebration, there will be fun staterelated activities complete with souvenir stamp books for each student. Here is what you need

to know if your student(s) would like to compete: The competition is open to any public, private or homeschooled fourth grader. Essays must range from 100 to 400 words, handwritten or typed. Essays must include the student's name, teacher's name and the school's name, address and telephone number or email address. Without this information the essay will be deemed ineli-

gible. Essays should be reflective and convey what living in the state of Indiana means. What makes the student happy to be a Hoosier? Essays must be received or postmarked by Monday, October 29, 2012. Mailed essays should be sent to: Indiana Center for the Book,315 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, Ind.46202 A panel of judges will choose first, second, third and fourth place winners.

The winners, along with their class, will be invited to read his or her essay at one of four concurring ceremonies at the Statehouse on December 11. For teachers who would like to make a reservation for their students to participate in the Statehouse activities, please call 317-233-5293 or email jhodge@idoa.in.gov. I am looking forward to hearing from our fourth graders and what they think it means to be a Hoosier!

Gavel Gamut’s ‘That’s What I Thought’ Both of you, Peg and someone else, who read last week’s column, may recall the topic was Jesus’ matrimonial status. The recent brou-ha-ha over the tiny scrap of ancient parchment with Coptic writing linking GAVEL Jesus with a wife, Mary, has GAMUT intensified since it aired on National Public Radio last BY JUDGE week. JIM REDWINE As I indicated then, this thorny subject is best left to scholars of history and theology. However, I did advance my personal doubts based not on the hard evidence but on years of anecdotal observations. The Vatican is leading the charge of skeptics, but it is hardly alone. Most Christians appear to be aligned with the thought of Jesus with neither wife nor children. These religious thinkers rely on analyses of the New Testament. I tend to rely on my own observations from family court and my own experiences as a husband. Paul said it is better to marry than to burn (1st Corinthians, Chapter 7, verse 9). The experts interpret Paul to mean it is better to get married than sin. I suggest he may have meant just what he said: marriage is, at least, preferable to immolation. Regardless, there is no reason we should abandon our com-

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mon sense at the doors to the courthouse, the church or our homes. Therefore, we may wish to look to our actual experiences for guidance on whether the papyrus in question is questionable. I submit for your consideration the following queries. If Jesus was married, would his wife have meekly taken a back seat to his mother? Would Mary, the supposed wife not Mother Mary, have gladly suffered her husband to spend so much time with the boys and especially with who some Christians believe to be her brothersin-law, James and John? Where is there any indication anywhere in the New Testament that Jesus ever earned the sort of living most spouses might demand? What about a home address; wouldn’t most wives be lobbying for a house by the Sea of Galilee if their husband were able to walk upon it? Well, the evidence clearly militates against a married Jesus. But, it would be fine with me if it turns out he was married. I would have even more respect for him if he managed to become the most famous person in history while maintaining the delicate balance called for by his mission and his Mrs.

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One Posey couple under 40 scores a perfect 10 Definitely under 40, Mount Vernon natives Matt and Brittaney (Oeth) Johnson score a perfect 10 in their commitment to and concern for their community. Both 2004 MVHS graduates, they earned degrees at USI with the goal of giving back to their native city, such a good place to call home. A 2009 graduate of USI with double degrees in exercise science and nutrition, Matt served as a personal trainer in Sabic’s fitness center before he was sworn in as a city firefighter, a job he greatly values, on August 8, 2011. “I have always enjoyed working with and helping people,” Matt comments. “As a firefighter, I am able to be a positive asset for our community and assist citizens in their times of need.” In addition, Matt opened Mount Vernon Fitness Club, LLC in July, 2010. “Health and fitness are a passion of mine,” he says. “I want to give people the knowledge, skills and confidence to reach their goals.” Yet, his community involvement doesn’t stop there. He helps with the Fit for the Future Coali-

tion of Posey County, serves as the dry land coach for the Mount Vernon High School Swim Team and volunteers as the Mount Vernon High School baseball coach. Earning her degree in marketing from USI, Brittaney graduated in 2008. She applied her skills at Penske Truck Leasing and St. Mary’s Hospital before stepping up as Director of the Posey County Chamber of Commerce almost a year ago on January 3, 2012. “I want to see the community grow and be a part of it,” Brittaney says about her role at the Chamber. Her community involvement has focused on Mount Vernon Relay for Life, serving as a team captain in 2007 before agreeing to work with as the fundraising chair in 2012. She is already starting to work on the 2013 Mount Vernon Relay for Life as co-chair with Tiffani Weatherford. In addition, she serves on the Posey County Junior Achievement Board and working with the Young Professionals Network based in Evansville. Matt and Brittaney started dating as freshmen at USI. They celebrated three years of marriage on August 8, 2009. Just this past

Sunday, Sept. 30, they celebrated the birth of their first child, daughter Amelia, now seven weeks old, with her baptism at Immanuel

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Vikings remain perfect with homecoming win over Marksmen By Dave Pearce When asked if Friday night’s North Posey High School homecoming game against the 3-3 Tell City Marksmen would be a good game, North Posey Coach Joe Gengelbach did not hesitate. “They are a vastly improved football team,” Gengelbach said of the surging Marksmen. “When we looked back at their games this year, they are just a play or two a game away from being 5-1 instead of 3-3.” Like so many other things in his 43 years of high school football coaching, Gengelbach was right. Although the score could be a little deceiving, the undeclassmen-laden Marksmen played well and hard on Friday night. “I think there were a lot of things that went into play tonight,” Gengelbach said following the game. “We had a lot of things going on with homecoming. I talked to the kids several times because they were a lot more ‘loose’ than usual. They practiced had and did everything they should have done to get ready but I think our focus just wasn’t quite there tonight.” Despite the 42-20 final score, those who were there for homecoming and seeing the Vikings for the first time this season could have wondered how the Vikings are a perfect 7-0, judging from Friday night’s game. “I want to give Tell City all kinds of credit though,” Gengelbach said of the effort by the Marksmen. “Their backs run hard and their linemen have improved so much. They are just a totally different football team..” It began like most of the Vikings’ games have begun this year, with the Vikings marching down the field on the first possession of the game. In 2:50, senior homecoming king Wes Harness’ 23-yard touchdown run gave the Vikings an early advantage. The defense held and with 4:05 showing on the first-quarter clock, the Harness went in for the team’s second score of the night and it appeared it could get ugly early. But the Viking senior Nick Neidig gets behind the Tell City de- Marksmen were never intimidated by the Vikings and their fense to haul in a pss for a large gain during Friday night’s undefeated Pocket Athletic Conference record. With each win. Photo by Dave Pearce

possession, the Marksmen were learning and holding onto the ball and sustaining their drives a little longer. While the Tell City offense could not move the ball well on the ground, they did manage to pick up 199 yards but only one yard through the air. The bulk of that yardage came from Marksmen sophomore speedster Elliott Brown who ran the ball 24 times for 187 yards and two scores. “That young man is a sophomore who runs very hard and they block very well for him,” Gengelbach said. “He has great vision on the field and once he breaks into the secondary… we worked on that a lot this week. But he’s a great cutback runner and he finds the seams. That’s what he did on that long touchdown run. He just never quits moving his legs. When you hit him, a lot of players go down on that but his balance is so good, he keeps moving..” The Vikings scored their third touch of the game on a drive that involved nearly everyone on the team. The Vikings took the ball on their own 23 and after Harness picked up nine, Colton Martin took the ball to the 38 for the first down. Martin’s number was called again and he picked up five on first down before giving way to Harness who carried to the Tell City 43. Following an incomplete pass, Werry found Nick Neidig who went up and got the ball and carried it down to the nine yard line. Then on third and goal to go from the two, Werry called his own number and went in with relative ease behind his surging line. The extra point gave the Vikings a 21-0 lead with 6:05 to go in the first half. But the Marksmen would get on the board before the half when Brown got loose a couple of times. The first time, the speedy and shifty runner got loose and a touchdown-saving tackle was made by Jacob Bender at the Viking 38. But the Marksmen put together an effective drive and with 47 seconds remaining in the half, Brown took the ball in from the four. But the second half began much like the first except the

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Lady Wildcat volleyball team is outright Big Eight champ By Steven Kochersperger We have all heard it said, or have told our own children, that one of the most important aspects of playing any sport is having fun. One thing that is undeniable about the Mount Vernon volleyball team is that this team is having a lot of fun as the season goes on. “We are having fun,” Wildcat coach Andi Allford says. “This team has a great chemistry and work well together. We like to work hard and play hard which makes it fun.” Of course, it doesn’t hurt that the Wildcats continue to win and are putting together a season to remember. The great chemistry and hard work were all evident Tuesday evening as the Wildcats played host to the Gibson Southern Titans. The Titans gave the Wildcats a fight, especially in the second set, but Mount Vernon was able to battle through for their third straight win with set scores of 25-16, 25-21, 25-11. The Wildcats got off to a fast start in the first set and found themselves up 11-5 midway through. Just as the Titans began to gain momentum the Cats were able to respond and never allowed Gibson Southern to close in again. Senior Jaycee Ritzert came up big in the first set, and throughout the game, with kills at times to stop the momentum of the Titans. Ritzert ended up leading the game with 13 kills. It was in the second set that the Wildcats found themselves in a battle Mount Vernon clinched the Big 8 volleyball championship with an easy win over the visiting Hatchets from with the Titans. After falling behind early 4-2 in the set, the lady Cats Washington on Saturday. Celebrating after the game are champions, front: Livia Hopper, Megan Martin, fought back to tie the score at 5. From there it was a back and forth fight Bailee Shelhorn, Jacey Ritzert, Brittany Wallis, Sarah Duckworth, Lauren Stemple, and Erica Winiger. Back See CATS, Page B4 row: Shelby Ritzert, Ellen Denning, Morgan Matthews, Shawn Clark, and Alexis Nall. Photo by Terri Koch

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Members of the sectional championship tennis team from Mount Vernon High School are, in front, Cead Coach Vicki Rueger, Noah Salaman, Kol Reinitz, #2 Doubles Logan Brown, #1 Doubles Seth Reeves, Jordan Crabtree, #2 Singles Ross Canada, #1 Doubles Luke Steinhart, #1 Singles Jevin Redman, and Assistant Coach Hunter Stevens. In back are, Left to Right:, Nick Courey, Luke Rusher, #3 Singles Todd Sheffer, #2 Doubles Hunter Wilson, Brandon McCarty, Michael Clark, and Austin Krizan.

By Steven Kochersperger The Mount Vernon boys tennis team had high hopes heading into Sectionals this week. With a season record of 15-2 the team and coaches were ready for post season play. And when the week ended all the hopes and readiness ended in jubilation as the Wildcats won the sectional beating Evansville Reitz 5-0 in the semi-finals and Mater Dei 4-1 in the championship match. The Cats were impressive in sectional play, especially in singles. In fact, Mount Vernon singles swept their sectional opponents to lead the way. Jevin Redman played well for the Wildcats as he dominated in number 1 singles play. Redman beat his Reitz opponent Austin Loveless 6-0, 6-0 and then set his eyes squarely on Mater Dei’s Ethan Head, beating him 6-2, 6-1. Ross Canada also dominated his opponents in singles play, not losing a single set. Canada beat both his opponents 6-0, 6-0 continuing a great season for him personally and for his team. Todd Sheffer rounded out singles play beating Colin Runnion of Reitz 6-1, 6-0 and then Zach Goedde of Mater Dei 6-2,

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Seen here are, in first row from left to right: Crowbearers Molly Schmitt and Alex Reynolds. In second row: Miranda Johnson , Hope Craft, Hannah Williams, Jordan Butler, Wesley Harness, Kelsey Owen, Savannah King, Jeri Ann Neufer. In third row: Maxwell Wright, Nick Gries, Mitchel Heldt, Nick Heldt, Megan Durchholz, Brianna Brown, Jacob Bender, Aaron Droste, and Jacob McLain.

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Vikings upset 13-2 Titans before falling in sectional final By Dave Pearce Seven matches into this year’s North Posey Viking tennis season, very few people would have thought the North Posey Vikings would be a factor in the sectional, much less be in contention for the title and playing in the championship match. After all, the Vikings were winless in their first seven outings. Ironically, it would be the same team the Vikings beat for their first win in the regular season that would take them down in the sectional final Thursday evening.. The homestanding Princeton Tigers edged the Vikings 3-2 to take the sectional crown and move on to regional action this week. But the energized Vikings did anything but make a quiet exit as on the opening night of the sectional, they defeated 13-2 defending sectional champion Gibson Southern in a close 3-2 match. The Titans had their way with the Pocket Athletic Conference this year, going through all comers with an 8-0 record. But on Wednesday, it would be the Vikings who would be the team standing when the war was over. “This was probably the most intense match I have ever been involved in coaching,” North Posey Coach Brandon Barrett commented during the match against the Titans. North Posey’s No. 1 singles player, Kyle Voegel, although a good player in his own right, kept Gibson Southern’s Cody Mann on the court longer than most thought, finally falling 6-2, 6-3. But it was No. 2 and No. 3 singles where the Vikings excelled as steady Reed Gertiesen (17-6) defeated Josh Gifford by a 6-2, 6-0 count. Jan-Philipp Eckert (9-4) won the first set fairly easily 6-2 before letting the boisterous cries of the Gibson Southern faithful perhaps get into his head a little bit, falling behind 3-0 in the second set. The Viking foreign exchange student came back to win the second set 6-4 to give the Vikings a 2-1 edge heading into the doubles competition. The No. 2 doubles pair of Christian Jones and Grant Scheller played one of their finest matches of the year, defeating Ryan Smith and Kyle Tretter by scores of 6-2, 6-4 to sew up a spot in the finals. The Viking No. 1 doubles team of Griffin Motz and Drake Davenport (15-7) struggled against North Posey Viking No. 2 singles player Reed Gertiesen the Titans’ Josh Nurrenbern and Sam Gruebel before falling shows the form that gave him the team’s best record and in a pair of tie-breakers, 7-6 (1), and 7-6 (2). two wins in the Sectional this week at Princeton. After upBut on Thursday, Princeton Coach Matt Moade had his setting 13-2 Gibson Southern, the Vikings fell to champion team ready. His team stacked up well against the Vikings as his strongest players were at the same spots as the Vikings’ Princeton 3-2 to end the season. Photo by Dave Pearce

strongest players and the Vikings fell in the title contest 3-2. “To tell you the truth, I thought we were going to match up a little bit better with Princeton than we did with Gibson,” Viking Coach Brandon Barrett said. “We had beaten them 3-2 in the regular season. But I didn’t know what to expect from the guys after they had fought very hard the night before to get to the finals and Princeton had a relatively easy draw against Tecumseh. I didn’t know if our guys had left it all on the court against Gibson or if they were going to come out and play hard like we did against Gibson. But Princeton’s doubles teams were really clicking. They were not making mistakes. We were making the unforced errors and that’s what it came down to.” Typically, Princeton Coach Matt Moade, a accomplished player himself, puts his strongest players in the doubles spots and then hopes to get a single win out of one of his three singles players. That was the case against the Vikings. The Vikings got wins at No. 2 and No. 3 singles and had hoped to find another win somewhere in the line-up but it was not to be, at least not this year. “I thought we had a real shot,” an obviously disappointed Barrett said following the match. “I thought we would get No. 2 and No. 3 singles. We just needed a win out of one of the doubles teams or Kyle at no. 1 singles. But they were ready for us and they took it to us.” The Tigers were playing on their home court but the draw was just what Barrett had hoped for. “I wanted to play Gibson first because I thought that the championship went through them,” he said. “I thought that if we could beat them we would have an excellent shot. But it was tough. Beating a 13-2 team took a lot out of us, both physically and emotionally. I think we were just out of energy and just a step behind Princeton. We tried to the last point in every match. It is hard to beat a good team twice in a year and they were out to get us. They knew we were their first win early in the year.” But the Vikings, a very young team, gained valuable experience and for first-year head coach Barrett, set expectations high for next season. “We were highly disappointed after the match but I tried to remind the guys that we did win the Gibson Southern Invitational, we got seven wins, winning seven of the last 11,” Barrett said. “There were some very strong points in the season that we need to take into next year. Who knows, we may be competing for a sectional title again next year.”

Wrong Wildcats take lop-sided win as sectional nears By Steven Kochersperger Friday night’s game between the Mount Vernon Wildcats and visiting Mater Dei Wildcats brought with it a lot of hype and excitement. On one hand you have a hard working Mount Vernon team that is trying to find themselves and get better each week before sectionals arrive in mid October. On the other hand you have the Mater Dei Wildcats, state champion runner ups last season, undefeated this season and ranked number 2 in the latest 2A state poll. And everyone who was in attendance Friday night saw just how tough an opponent Mater Dei can be as they beat the Mount Vernon Wildcats at home 48-10. “You should be excited to play this kind of game,” Mount Vernon head coach Paul Maier said after the game. “You should be fired up to play this kind of game and this kind of team.” All the excitement and fire seem to deflate just a few minutes of the game as Mater Dei jumped up early and often scoring twice in

just the first four plays they ran on offense. After the game started off with the jitters evident by both teams trading penalties, the visiting Wildcats quarterback Jace Harz threw a 32-yard pass on their very first possession of the game. The very next play, Mater Dei scored their first touchdown of the night as running back Nolan Goebel ran to the endz one putting Mater Dei ahead early 7-0. Just one minute later in the game the visiting Wildcats scored again as Jace Harz threw a touchdown pass to wideout Alex Springer making the score 14-0 at the 8:51 mark in the first quarter. Nothing seemed to go right for Mount Vernon in the first quarter and first half of play. More than anything the Wildcats looked to lack focus early on, something Coach Maier continues to see as an area that must be improved in the final games of the season. “We need to have better effort and be more focused at the beginning of the game,” Maier said. The lack of effort and focus made for a

frustrating first quarter as Mount Vernon kicker Michael Cannato making the score found themselves trailing 34-0 going into the 48-10. But time would run out on the home second quarter of play. Cats as they lost their fifth game of the season Mount Vernon began to show some signs and second in as many weeks. of life offensively in the second quarter, movWith Sectionals just a few weeks away, ing the ball up field. The drive was marked by Maier feels that this kind of game can actuan 11-yard pass from Mount Vernon quarter- ally help his team gain valuable experience back River VanZant to tight end Brian Koch and help them grow as a team. putting the Cats in scoring position. “We play Mater Dei because we know But two plays later the Mater Dei defense they are gonna be good,” Maier said. “It can stopped all that momentum and intercepted do nothing but make us better.” VanZant at the 3-yard line. Mater Dei would The Wildcats finish the regular season with drive the length of the field and score yet a road game this Friday at Princeton and then again going ahead 41-0 at halftime. at home October 12 against Big 8 Conference After finding themselves down in the third opponent Jasper Wildcats. The first sectional quarter 48-0, Mount Vernon found some game is slated for October 19. fight in them as Ethan VanZant lead the Cats Before the game the Mount Vernon Wilddown field, moving the chains and gaining cats hosted the Indianapolis Colts Friday some much needed confidence. Night Football tour. Colts cheerleaders were Facing a fourth-and-4 on the 49 yard line, on hand to sign autographs and many fans VanZant ran to the 42 giving the home Wild- came out to see the Colts in motion travelcats a much needed first down. VanZant then ing museum and take the Colts quarterback threw to Craig Dick for 13 yards setting the challenge. Also before the game the Colts Wildcats up in scoring position once again. presented the Mount Vernon football and This time Mount Vernon would make sure cheerleading programs checks in the amount they would get on the board as VanZant ran of $500 each. from 11 yards out on a misdirection play, making the score 48-7 Mater Dei. Trailing by a huge margin in the final quarter the Mount Vernon Wildcats came out and continued to fight putting in the young players letting them gain valuable experience and playing time. Their performance impressed coach Maier and showed how bright the future can be for the Cats. “At the end of the game the younger guys really came out and played hard,” Maier said. “I’m really pleased with their efforts.” That fourth quarter was marked by the Wildcat defense stopping Mater Dei on a 4th and 1 play giving Mount Vernon the ball back with 9:02 left in the game. One of the young Cats that impressed and made plays was freshman quarterback Kaleb Grabert. On a fourth- and-6 play, Grabert handed it to freshman running back Jim Peck on a reverse picking up a first down and placing the Wildcats back in scoring position. Wildcat Toni Waddell ran a great race Saturday in the Grabert then ran to the 15 Big Eight Conference championship cross country meet. yard line setting up a 24 yard Waddell led her team by placing second overall in the field goal by Mount Vernon meet. Photo by Steve Kochersperger

Wildcat harrier Wadell places second in Big Eight Conference By Steve Kochersperger Mount Vernon Wildcat cross country teams ran Saturday in the Big Eight Conference championship meet. Both the boys and the girls teams ran hard and gave it their all at the meet. When the dust settled and everyone crossed the finish line, the Wildcats went home ready for their sectional meet next week. Saturday it was Toni Wadell that led the way for the lady cats team. Wadell continues to impress and put together a very impressive second place finish overall in the conference meet. She crossed the finish line with a time of 20:06 and was named to the Big Eight All Conference team. All together the girls team finished 4th out of all seven teams that ran Saturday. “We ran well”, girls cross country coach Jacki Maier said. “We did ok and the conference teams

were very competitive this year”. Wildcat Claire Schroeder crossed the line 18th overall with a time of 23:17 while Mackenzie McClarney finished third for the Cats and 23rd overall with a time of 23:42. Finishing right behind McClarney were Rachel Cash and Katie McDonald who put decent times in the race themselves. To round out the team were Grace Baldwin who finished 29th and Kelly McCloud who was 31st overall. Here is how the teams finished in the race Saturday. 1st. Vincennes- 38pts 2nd. Jasper 47 pts 3rd. Boonville 72 pts 4th. Mount Vernon 90 pts 5th. Mount Carmel 104 pts 6th. Princeton 156 pts 7th. Washington


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that saw each team trade point for point until the score was knotted at 11. And just when Mount Vernon found themselves down two points, senior Wildcat Sarah Duckworth stepped up to serve seven straight points before putting a serve in the net. It gave the Lady Cats the cushion they needed as they cruised to the set win 25-21. The third set would be more of the same in the beginning but all Wildcats by the end. After yet again finding themselves down early in the set, the Cats made a run and finished off the Titans 25-11. When asked what has been making the difference for this Wildcat volleyball team, coach Allford says its team play. “I’m proud to be able to say this they are a team and play as a team,” Allford said. “Every girl contributes to our success and makes it work.” Among those contributing Tuesday was Senior Megan Martin. Martin led the way in assists with a season high 40 assists. Junior Livia Hopper and Freshman Alexis Nall both

ended up with 11 blocks while Sarah Duckworth had a team high 16 digs for the Cats. The rest of the week went just as well for the Wildcats. After beating conference foe Mt. Carmel on the road Thursday, the Wildcats set their eyes firmly on another conference opponent, Washington. On Saturday Washington came to Mount Vernon and found out for themselves how tough an opponent the Lady Cats can be. Mount Vernon beat Washington 25-12, 25-16, 25-12. With that win Mount Vernon clinched the 2012 Big Eight Conference championship. “This was one of our goals that we set at the beginning of the season,” Allford said after clinching the conference championship. “It’s always rewarding to accomplish those goals.” The Wildcats have an overall record of 20-3, a conference championship, and high hopes as they enter into their final weeks of the regular season and then into sectional play. How far can this team go? The sky is the limit for this team.

At left, Mount Vernon senior Megan Martin makes another signature pass to her teammates during a recent game. Martin has been the starting setter for four years for the Lady Cats and is helping to lead Mount Vernon to an exceptional season with the Conference and Sectional titles on the line. Photo by Dave Koch

SPORTS MENU Tuesday, Oct. 2 JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL: Castle North at Mount Vernon; JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Washington at Mount Vernon Wednesday, Oct. 3 BOYS’ SOCCER: Mount Vernon vs Bosse at Evansville Sectional; Princeton vs North Posey at Gibson Southern Sectional; JUNIOR HIGH CROSS COUNTRY: Mount Vernon at Brittlebank run. Thursday, Oct. 4 VOLLEYBALL: Wood Memorial at North Posey, North at Mount Vernon; GIRLS SOCCER: Princeton vs North Posey in North Posey Sectional. JUNIOR HIGH CROSS COUNTRY: Mount Vernon at Princeton; JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Haubstadt at North Posey, Owensville at Mount Vernon; JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL: Gibson Southern at North Posey. Friday, Oct. 5 FOOTBALL: Mount Vernon at Princeton, North Posey at Tecumseh Saturday, Oct. 6 VOLLEYBALL: Mount Vernon at the Castle Invitational. Monday, Oct. 8 RESERVE FOOTBALL: North at North Posey, Princeton at Mount Vernon; JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: PAC tournament first round at North Posey, Mount Vernon at Castle North (SIJHAC tournament).

The Indianapolis Colts travel show stopped by Mount Vernon last Friday Night. The show donated $500 to both the football team and cheerleading program. Seen here is junior Bryce Newman with the Indianapolis Colts’ cheerleaders. Photo submitted.

Lady Vikings learn lessons equally in volleyball and life By Dave Pearce For three-quarters of the volleyball match between North Posey and Forest Park on Thursday evening, the north Posey Vikings appeared to be poised and ready to take home a conference win. But that’s when the wheels fell off. After the Vikings and the Forest Park Rangers split the first two games, the Vikings jumped out to a 9-2 lead in the third game and built it to 20-10 before they ran into an old nemesis… themselves. The Lady Vikings appeared to tighten up at the prospect of defeating the Rangers and, in turn, gave up the next 11 points. That turned what had been a 20-10 lead into a 21-20 deficit. “”We had some trouble trying to finish that set,” Coach Natalie Barnard said. ���One rotation that we could not get out of, which is something we will be working in tomorrow in practice…we’ve got to learn to put the ball down and get out of that.” With the Vikings leading 20-19, the coach took a time out to try and rally her troops and break the momentum. But coming out of the time out, the Lady Vikings showed they were still rattled and perhaps a little intimidated as the first serve that came from the Forest Park side went between to Viking players with no communication and neither going for the ball. At times during the Pocket Athletic Conference and possible sectional match-up, the Lady Vikings appeared to be outhustling and outplaying their much taller opponents. They got to a lot of balls, blocked well, and dug almost everything that came at them. But in what seems to be a recurring situation, the Vikings finally got a point to tie the game at 21-all when the Rangers made a rare service error.

But the Rangers got the next point before a Hannah Harness tip tied the score at 22. “We were playing ‘not to lose’ instead of playing to win,” xxx explained. “But then there in the last set, we got to a place where no one wanted to make the mistake. But it wasn’t the right set or the right play for them. I think they were playing smart volleyball at the end and they played a pretty good game, overall. There were a couple of good teams out there tonight.” But the Rangers just had too much height and too many weapons and they proceeded to score the next three points to take a 2-1 lead in the match. From that point on, the Lady Vikings appeared to be disappointed in their own performance and were playing from behind the remainder of the night. After the score was tied at 3-all in the fourth game, the Rangers built a 10-4 lead before Ashley Schorr finally ended the run with a kill. Two Bri Brown serves and a Harness spike pulled the Vikings back to within 10-8. But the next put-away by the Rangers took down a portion of the gym’s Exit sign. The sign is above the door and the sign was hit after a bounce. A Robertson tip got the Vikings to within 11-9 but despite times of good play, the Vikings could never string together a run in the momentum-laced match. They did manage to fight back from deficits of 14-11, 14-18, and 15-19 to tie the score at 19-all on a pair of Ashley Schorr put-aways. The team did manage to stay close and eventually tied the fourth set at 21, 22, and 23. But in the end, Forest Park would take that set and the match by a 25-23 count.

Vikings, from Page 1A yards on 26 carried while Martin had 76 on nine carried. Werry carried four times for 12 yards while Dylan Wright carried once3 for eight yards and Darren O’Risky got five on a single carry. For the Marksmen, Miller’s touchdown return came after he had rushed for only 10 yards on seven carries in the game. Werry completed 6-of-16 passes while the Marksmen ere 2-for-3. The Vikings finished with 454 yards of total offense to 200 for the Marksmen. Neidig gained 82 yards on three catches and Bender had 38 yards on two catches. Harness caught one pass for 15 yards. Defensively, the Vikings were led by Martin with six tackles and five assists and a tackle for a loss. Neidig had six tackles and two assists while Harness had six tackles and three assists and a sack. Chris O’Risky had five solo tackles while Mitchell Kuhn had four tackles and three assists. Austin Little had four tackles and three assists while Zack Wargel and Lance Inkenbrandt each had four solo tackles. One of Wargel’s tackles was for an 8-yard loss. Darren O’Risky,

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Viking Jacob Bender somehow finds a way to avoid this tackle and stay on his feet for a big gain in Friday night’s win. Photo by Dave Pearce

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“I think their shortest player was as tall as my tallest player,” Barnard said. Earlier in the week, the Lady Vikings fell in straight sets at Mater Dei, another potential sectional opponent, although Barnard was still proud of her team’s effort. “We did some good things against them and they played a good game as well,” the coach said. “I continue to see improvement and we are trying right now not to look at wins and losses,” she said. “There is more to this than just winning a volleyball game…Are we getting better? Are we improving on our skills? And besides the volleyball aspect, are we learning as a person who we are and what makes you unique and just getting better as a person outside of volleyball, too. I hope they are having fun and growing as human beings. I look at my seniors and appreciate so much what they do. We’ve had a rough year with a new coach and implementing a whole new system. This has been a growing year. They have had a lot to learn this year and they have done an excellent job. With the six seniors, these young girls are going to have huge shoes to fill next year.”

Indiana Hunter Education class to be held An Indiana hunter education class will be offered on Sat., Oct. 13 and Sun., Oct. 14 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. It is located at the Mount Vernon Gun Club at 8500 Gun Club Road two miles south of SR 62 on Gun Club Road. Come and learn about wildlife conservation, hunter ethics, firearm safety, shotguns, rifles, archery, sur-

vival and much more. This course will be instructed by Indiana Conservation Officers and certified Indiana Volunteer Hunter Education instructors. There will be no charge for this class. Hunter Education certification is required for all persons born after December 31, 1986 who wish to purchase an Indiana hunting license.

Posey Lanes Recap League: Expressway Ford High Game High Series 1. Mary Phillips 200 1. Mary Phillips 541 2. Janet Werry 199 2. Lauren Boggs 502 3. Ginny Murphy 197 3. Becky Evans 502 4. Lauren Boggs 182 4. Donna Anderson 492 5. Anita Goff 180 5. Tracy Wilson 492 League: Access Storage High Game High Series 1. Sandy Wilson 187 1. Marcia Lange 526 2. Marcia Lange 181 2. Sandy Wilson 519 3. Nancy Renschler 164 3. Nancy Renschler 458 4. Martha Phillips 161 4. Martha Phillips 432 League: Men’s Major High Game High Series 1. Dirk Danks 258 1. Shawn Ricketts 629 2. Jim Gruber 256 2. Mike Gorman 627 3. Billy Ricketts 234 3. John Seyffarth 627 4. Nate Turner 225 4. Bill Ricketts 623 League: First Bank High Game High Series 1. Michelle Sollman 216 1. Michelle Sollman 583 2. Judy Troxell 183 2. Martha Phillips 493 3. Martha Phillips 183 3. Debbie Boarman 481 4. Shirley Cordle 182 4. Vonda Irvin 477 5. Debbie Boarman 177 5. Shriley Cordle 455 League: T.M.I Hotshots High Game High Series 1. Dana Deckard 223 1. Dana Deckard 604 2. Barb Smith 197 2. Barb Smith 538 3. Donna DeLong 191 3. Donna DeLong 508 4. Susan Copper 182 4. Mary Phillips 487 5. Gaylynn Reese 181 5. Gaylynn Reese 482 League: Men’s Commercial High Game High Series 1. Dile Wilson 253 1. Dile Wilson 686 2. Billy Ricketts 247 2. Shawn Goodwin 631 3. Jim Goodwin 243 3. Chris Ellerman 630 4. Chris Ellerman 238 4. Bill Ricketts 599 5. Darrell Brown 229 5. Jim Goodwin 597 League: Jr. & Sr. High Elementary 1. Logan Cox 257 1. Lauren Carr 152 2. Luke Holder 100 2. Luke Holder 100 3. Mary Watson 98 3. Mary Watson 98 4. Sidney Sollman 98 4. Sidney Sollman 98 5. Gary Griffin 166 5. Chelsey Jones 81 League: Bumpers High Game 1. Blayke Reeley 64


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Lady Wildcats win two of three as season ends Cox nears state scoring record

Viking soccer player Maddie Koester moves the ball upfield in soccer action this week at North Posey. Unfortunately, the Vikings tied both Vincennes and Princeton in the final week of the regular season. Photo by Dave Pearce

With Sectionals closing in on the Mount Vernon lady soccer team, the lady Wildcats continue to play hard and gather wins. Last week at home the lady Wildcats picked up their sixth and seventh wins of the season by beating the visiting South Knox Spartans 3-1 on Thursday and Vincennes Lincoln 2-1 on Saturday the 22nd. Wildcat senior striker Kate Cox scored twice on Thursday and twice on Saturday as she continued to help not only her team, but also her career goals total. With this weeks goals Cox has 107 goals placing her all alone in the eighth position in the all time Indiana High School girl soccer scoring list. Sophomore Zoee Brown scored the other Mount Vernon goal Thursday and Kinsey Johnson got on the board with a couple assists. Saturday the seniors made sure their final home game ended in a victory and the team fought back after being behind 1-0 to the Alices at halftime. With 19:17 left in the game Wildcat senior Kate Cox scored tying the game at 1-1. Cox put the Wildcats ahead just ten minutes later when Zoee Brown made a wide open pass to the Senior striker and Cox placed it in the back of the net. The 2-1 victory is a big confidence booster for the lady Wildcats as they enter sectional play in just a week. With the two victories this week, Mount Vernon improved their record to 7-6 on the season. The Lady Wildcats then played in their final week of the season heading into sectionals this week. The Cats visited Central High School and the Bears beat the Wildcats 4-2. Mount Vernon senior Kate Cox tries to turn the corner Then on Thursday this past week the Cats played once again on the South Knox defense during this week’s home conat Boonville losing 4-1. test. Photo by Terri Koch

Viking reserves thump Forest Park, are edged by Patriots 1st 2nd 3rd 4th F FP 6--16--6----8----36 NP 0--14--24--13----51 Fans of the North Posey JV football team have learned to expect some excitement at their games, especially when it comes to home games. Earlier this year, the reserves came from behind versus both South Spencer and Mt. Vernon in dramatic fashion. Last night’s game was no exception as gridiron fans enjoyed several lead changes and a lot of drama in the North Posey 51 – 36 victory over the visiting Forest Park Rangers. “We had some trouble against the pass throughout the game,” said JV Coach Mike Kuhn. “But, in the end, we were able to outscore them to ensure the win,” he added. Lance Inkenbrandt led the offensive explosion with 4 touchdowns and two 2-point conversion runs. The 5’10” 165-pound Sophomore also led the defensive effort with 4 tackles, 1 assist and 1 interception. “Lance has been the steadying force of this team all year,” said JV Coach Patrick Rose. “His play on both sides of the ball and his quiet leadership on the field are inspiring,” he added. The Forest Park Rangers got the scoring started in the first quarter on a 1-yard plunge by their freshman quarterback, Ben Wendholt. The PAT pass was no good to make the score 6 – 0 in favor of the visitors. In the second quarter North Posey’s sophomore quarterback Aaron Droste hit sophomore tight end Derek Lindauer on a 10-yard bootleg pass. The PAT kick by freshman quarterback and kicker, Preston Reese put the Vikings on top 7 – 6. North Posey’s JV added another touchdown 3 minutes later on one of Inkenbrandt’s TD runs. This time it was a 7-yard scamper that added to the Viking lead. Reese’s second PAT kick made the score 14 – 6 in favor of the Vikings. “I thought we headed for another Gibson Southern-type win at that point in the game,” said Coach Kuhn. (He was referring to the JV win over the Titans on September 4, a 30 – 8 thrashing at Viking field.) “But, obviously the Rangers had other ideas,” he added. With a little over a minute to play in the half, Forest Park struck again on a 51-yard catch and run by Bailey Schultz from Wendholt. The PAT pass to Junior split end Corbin Hendershot was complete from the freshman QB knotting the score at 14. The Rangers added another score with just 41 seconds left in the half on another touchdown pass. This time it was 15 yards to Schultz from Wendholt. The two hooked up for another PAT pass to make the halftime score Forest Park 22 North Posey 14. “We made some defensive adjustments at halftime and though we had corrected the problem with our secondary,” Coach Rose said.

The second half seemed to confirm that statement with the Vikings striking first in the third quarter on a 1-yard TD run by Inkenbrandt. The two-point conversion pass thrown by Droste was hauled in by Darren O’Risky once again tying the score this time 22 – 22. Just a few minutes later the Vikings made in 30 – 22 in their favor on a 38-yard interception return by Bryce Martin and a 2-point conversion run by Inkenbrandt. But the visiting Rangers were not finished scoring. Freshman running back Josh Franchville, who seemed to be bottled up by the Viking defense, reversed his field and broke loose for a 75-yard TD run. The conversion run failed and the Vikings were still ahead, but barely, at 30 – 28. The Vikings ended the wild and wholly third quarter scoring on a 1-yard plunge by O’Risky. Inkenbrandt again added the two-point conversion run to put the Vikings on top to stay at 38 – 28. The fourth quarter scoring opened on a 43yard TD run by Inkenbrandt with 9:30 left. The conversion kick failed making the score Vikings 44 Forest Park 28 and North Posey now looked to be in complete command of the game. The Vikings began to empty their bench putting every eligible player in the game both on offense and defense. That’s when the pesky Rangers struck again. With just over 3 minutes remaining, Wendholt hit Schultz yet again this time on a 33-yard pass and run. The PAT pass from Wendholt to Freshman running back Justin Cline narrowed the gap to 8 points with Vikings up 44 – 36. Inkenbrandt scored his final TD of the game just seconds later on a 44yard TD run. Reese’s PAT made the final score 51 – 36. The Viking victory made the JV 4 – 2 on the season. Their next game is at 6 pm on Monday, October 1 at Tell City. North Posey’s defensive efforts included Jonah Cobb’s 5 tackles 2 assists; Derek Lindauer’s 4 tackles 1 assist; Paul Szubinski’s 4 tackles; there were three deflections—one by Bailey Porter, who also had 2 tackles and 3 assists; Darren O’Risky, who also had two tackles for losses; and Blayke Dillman, who had 2 tackles and 1 assist. Jared Hostettler had 1 tackle and 2 assists; Michael Sims who had 2 tackles, Dusty Graulich who had 3 tackles and 1 assist, and Nathan Spann who had 1 tackle and 2 assists. Drew Cumbee, Dallas Glover, and Derek Motz all contributed several tackles and assists. HH 7 7 0 0 14 NP 0 8 0 0 8 The rain that poured down all morning on Viking field prior to the JV football kickoff at 6 pm on Monday, (September 17), night ended around 12:30 at the high school, but continued

to flood the rest of the county. “We were lucky because the field conditions weren’t as bad as we feared,” said JV Coach Mike Kuhn after the North Posey reserve team had lost 14 – 8 to visiting Heritage Hills. “It obviously slowed us down a little, but both teams were hampered by the same sloppy conditions,” he added. The Patriots got on the board early on a 6-yard TD run right up the middle with 40 seconds remaining in the first quarter by Cody Seifrig. Colin Curtis added the PAT kick to put Heritage Hills up 7 – 0. The Viking defense stiffened but gave up another TD run up the middle with just under 4 minutes to play in the first half by Seifrig. The 6-foot 185-pound Sophomore found pay dirt for the second time on a 7-yard plunge. Once again Curtis added the PAT kick and the Patriots now led 14 – 0. “We were very concerned at that point that our team might lose heart and let down a little,” said Kuhn. His worries were erased on a touchdown run by Sophomore running back Lance Inkenbrandt who scored on his own 6-yard scamper into the end zone. Sophomore quarterback Aaron Droste then hit freshman fullback Cale O’Risky for the conversion pass to get the Vikings within 6 points at 14 – 8. North Posey’s only touchdown of the evening was set up on a long 3rd down catch and run by Dusty Graulich. Droste hit the junior wide receiver along the Heritage Hills’ sideline and he ran the ball for 47 yards deep into Patriot territory. At the half Kuhn was kicking himself on a failure to score in the first quarter. “Lance (Inkenbrandt) had set us up deep inside the red zone, but I made the wrong calls and that really heart us,” he lamented. In the second half both teams moved the ball up and down the middle of the field, but failed to cross the goalline. The game ended with the Patriots up 14 – 8. The 3 – 2 Vikings are next in action on Monday, September 24 at 5:30 versus the Forest Park Rangers. “Our defense spent too much time on the field,” said JV Coach Patrick Rose. “I was proud of the kids efforts, though, because we

stopped them at critical times during the second half and gave ourselves the opportunity to come back. We just came up short,” he added. Leading the Vikings on defense were Inkenbrandt who had an astonishing 8 tackles and one assist. The 5’10 165-pound sophomore packed a punch with several key tackles that prevented many first downs. Graulich added 6 tackles and 6 assists while sophomore cornerback Bryce Martin had 3 tackles 1 assist but 3 key deflections. Paul Szubinski had 6 tackles and 3 assists playing as an interior defensive lineman. Backing him up on the defensive line were Dallas Glover, Jacob McClain, Blayke Dillman, Quinten Phillips, and Justin Orth, who was celebrating his 16th birthday. Each had at least two tackles and numerous assists. Michael Sims came in to play well at safety making 6 tackles and 3 assists. Drew Cumbee and Griffin Weithop added three tackles and two assists apiece in the defensive struggle. “We got some valuable experience on defense,” Coach Rose said.

TENNIS, from Page 1A 6-1 in the championship matchup. In doubles play Wildcats Seth Reeves and Luke Stienhart defeated Reitz’s Jeremy Sandefur and Ben Campbell 6-2, 6-1 but lost to Mater Dei’s number 1 doubles team 6-4, 6-0. Logan Brown and Hunter Wilson rounded out the Wildcats championship week with wins over Mater Dei opponents Matt Devault and Drew Winiger 6-2, 6-3. The Wildcats head into the Regional matchups this week looking to make some noise and continue the great season they have had so far. The Wildcats will open Regional play against Castle High School Tuesday at 5 in Evansville. Castle will be a formidable opponent as they just won their 19th straight tennis sectional Saturday. The two teams did play this year with Mount Vernon winning 4-1.

NPJH volleyball teams get pair of wins The North Posey Junior High eighth grade volleyball team has enjoyed recent success as they defeated South Spencer on Sept. 25 by scores of 25-16, 17-25, and 15-9. Individual statistic leaders included: Kendra Schorr 8 points, Kristin Schorr 4 points 2 aces, Kim Kissel 4 points, Hannah Ogg 9 points 2 aces, Mallory Lowe 1 point, Roni Inkenbrandt 1 point, and Jordyn Miller 2 points. Assists: Mallory Lowe 4, Kristin Schorr 7, Hannah Voegel 2, and Hannah Ogg 1. Kills: Kendra Schorr 2,

Kristin Schorr 5, Hannah Voegel 1, Hannah Ogg 4, and Ally Brandenstein 3. Digs: Kendra Schorr 3, Kim Kissel 3, Kristin Schorr 1, Hannah Ogg 2, Shelby Scott 3, Cidney Colbert 1, and Jordyn Miller 1. Blocks: Kristin Schorr 1 and Hannah Ogg 1 The seventh grade team also defeated South Spencer by scores of 25-18 and, 25-15. Leaders were Aces: Haleigh Shell (10), Annemarie Cardin (9), Christine Scheller (2), and Stephanie Patton (1) Assists: Annemarie Cardin

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(1), Hannah Will (1) Kills: Annemarie Cardin (1), Stephanie Patton (1) The North Posey eighth graders defeated Owensville on Thursday by scores of 2511 and and 25-16 Individual leader were: Kristin Schorr 7 points 3 aces, Kendra Schorr 7 points 2 aces, Ally Brandenstein 4 points 2 aces, Kim Kissel 5 points 1 ace, Mallory Lowe 6 points, Hannah Ogg 3 points, and Roni Inkenbrandt 1 point. Assists: Mallory Lowe 2, and Kristin Schorr 3. Kills: Ally Brandenstein 2, Kristin Schorr 1, and Hannah Ogg 2. Digs: Kendra Schorr 1, Kim Kissel 1, Kristin Schorr 1, and Ally Brandenstein 1. The seventh grade Vikings also defeated Owensville by scores of 25-18, and 25-13. Aces: Hannah Will (5), Annemarie Cardin (4), Christine Scheller (4), Haleigh Shell (3), Stephanie Patton (1) Assists: Kennady Livers (1) Kills: Annemarie Cardin (1) Digs: Katelyn Norman (1), Stephanie Patton (1)

Hockey league sign-ups set through Oct. 12 Hockey league is taking registration until October 12, 2012. League play will start in November. League will be held for boys and girls up to 18 years old. Games and practice will be held at the Community Center located at Hedges building. Enter through door 11 to sign up. See Ruth in room 144 or call 838-0066.


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Latest list of polling places released, some changes have been made By Pam Robinson Election day is Tuesday, November 6, 2012, but eager voters can cast their ballots before then at the Election Office in the Posey County Courthouse and at county satellite locations. Early voting begins Monday, October 8, at the Election Office from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Early voting will be allowed at county satellite locations on Saturday, Oct. 27, and Saturday, Nov. 3, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Listed are the 34 precincts in the county and the 25 polling places, including early voting locations. If you are unsure of your voting location, please call the Election Office at 8381339. BETHEL

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Court News Arrests September 20 Alexander Priestâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Evansvilleâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Battery Resulting in Bodily Injuryâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;PCS September 21 Billie Littleâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Mount Vernonâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Stalking x 2â&#x20AC;&#x201D;MVPD Billy Nelsonâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Evansv i l l e â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Wa r r a n t - D r i v i n g While Suspendedâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;PCS Travis Clarkâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Griffinâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Failure to Stop After Property Damage Accidentâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;NHPD Stephen Westâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Mount Vernonâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Trespassâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;MVPD September 22 Kevin Webbâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Mount Vernonâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Possession of Marijuana, Illegal Possession of Alcohol by Minorâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;MVPD Taylor Boarmanâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Mount Vernonâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Illegal Possession of Alcohol by a Minorâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; MVPD Austin Hutchinsonâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Mount Vernonâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Possession of Marijuanaâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;MVPD September 26 Terry Vaupelâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Mount Vernonâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Warrant-Dealing in Methamphetamine, Unlawful Use or Possession of a Precursor, Possession of Methamphetamine, Maintaining a Common Nuisanceâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;MVPD Stephen Nurrenbernâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Mount Vernonâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;WarrantDealing in Methamphetamine, Unlawful Use or Possession of a Precursor, Possession of Methamphetamine, Maintaining a Common Nuisanceâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;ISP Shalena Barnesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Mount Vernonâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Warrant-Public Intoxication (Petition to Revoke)--MVPD Circuit Court Felony/Misdemeanor Austin Combs, 18, Mount Vernon. Ct. 1- Burglary, Class B Felony; Ct. 2- Theft, Class D Felony. $1.00 plus costs, restitution to the victims in the a.m.ount of $1,300.00, 4 years probation and fees. Ct. 1- 6 years Indiana Department of Corrections; Ct. 2- 1 ½ years Indiana Department of Corrections, all suspended except 2 years. Sally Denning, 48, Mount Vernon. Ct. 1- Forgery, Class C Felony; Ct. 2- Forgery, Class C Felony; Ct. 3- Theft, Class D Felony; Ct. 4- Theft, Class D Felony. $1.00 plus costs, restitution to Chamber of Commerce in the a.m.ount of $51,375.00 and to River Days in the a.m.ount of $13,060.00. Ct. 1, 2- 4 years Indiana Department of Corrections; Ct. 3, 4- 1 ½ years Indiana Department of Corrections. Timothy Lear, 24, Mount Vernon. Ct. 1- Murder, Felony; Ct. 2- Neglect of a Dependent Resulting in Death, Class A Felony; Ct. 3- Battery Resulting in Death, Class A Felony. Found guilty by jury on Ct. 1, 2, 3. $1.00 plus costs, $100.00 child abuse prevention fee. 60 years Indiana Department of Corrections. Andrew McDurmon, 27, Mount Vernon. Failure to Stop After Accident Resulting in Non-Vehicle Damage, Class B Misdemeanor. Dismissed.

William Patton, 33, Shawneetown, IL. Resisting Law Enforcement, Class D Felony. Dismissed. April Sears, 34, Evansville. False Informing, Class B Misdemeanor. $1.00 plus costs. 30 days Posey County Jail, all suspended except 20 days. Christopher Swango, 34, Mount Vernon. Theft, Class D Felony. Do not go in or around Mount Vernon DVS. one year Indiana Department of Corrections. Complaints September 12 11:21 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Assaultâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Punched three times in the face by father. Caller is 12 years-old. Mother also witnessed. Does not need medical attentionâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Broadway, Mount Vernon 11:36 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Informationâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Wanted to talk to officer about brother. Mother also called about subjectâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Carrie Lane, Mount Vernon September 13 5:33 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;CarDeerâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;2008 Chevy Canyon truck. Right side fender is smashed. Hit deer on road going into the plantâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;West Franklin Road, Evansville 6:18 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;911 Hangupâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Received 911 hang-up, Called back and spoke to female subject. There is nothing wrongâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Middle Mt. Vernon Road, Mount Vernon 3:51 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;911 Hangupâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Called number backâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Ridgeview Drive, Mount Vernon 6:10 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Assaultâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Hang-up from number. Busy signal several times. Caller was speaking very unclear and would not calm down. Stated he was assaulted and punchedâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Upton Road, Mount Vernon 9:11 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Suspiciousâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; White female walking towards Poseyville in middle of roadwayâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Hwy 68, Poseyville 11:10 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Recklessâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; White trailer semi all over the roadway, lights flickering on and offâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;I-64, Cynthiana September 14 1:26 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Welfare Checkâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Can hear female subject next door, thinks she is having a seizureâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Main St, Mount Vernon 4:18 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Disturbanceâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Female was walking and screaming. While on telephone she fell in the grass. Received second call and advised that subject is hollering and rolling around on the ground. Saw black male run off. Could hear a subject moaning. Another call advised subject is still rolling around. Said some other guy told her male subject was on fake pot. Want officers to hurryâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Third and Wolflin, Mount Vernon 5:25 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Alarmâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Three alarmsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Hwy 68 11:51 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Accidentâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;2 vehicles, no injuries 11:54 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Welfare Checkâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Found a 4 year-old child in the middle of the roadway on Cheshire in the rain. Walked him to home to the residence and got mother

to come to the door. She did not know he was outside. Advised mother went back inside and child is still standing on porchâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Bucaneer Drive, Mount Vernon 12:02 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Disturbanceâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Daughter-in-law is refusing to get off callerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s property. Out of control, lying and raising her voiceâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Copperline, Mount Vernon 7:14 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Breaking and Enteringâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Advised he came home yesterday and noticed door was open and alarm was off. Now has some guns missingâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Albert Drive, Wadesville September 15 6:45 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Accidentâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;2 vehicles. White truck/white Mustang. One subject with lacerationâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 7:47 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Recklessâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Light blue SUV all over roadwayâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 9:17 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Domesticâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Wife hit caller in the mouth and head with fist and keysâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Blackford Road, Mount Vernon 11:49 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Accidentâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Vehicle with people standing around it. Appears to have hit somethingâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Joest and Main, Wadesville 11:57 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Informationâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Wanting to know if there was a run to Blackford Road. Received a text form the son-in-lawâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Blackford Road, Mount Vernon 12:46 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Family Fightâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Three subjects fighting. Family dispute. Verbal only at this timeâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Church St, New Harmony 10:19 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Family Fightâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Advised 37 year-old son is being very abusive. Request an officer to calm him downâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Tam Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Shanter, Mount Vernon 11:16 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Citizen Disputeâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Callerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ex-girlfriend is at the residence and wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t leaveâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;P K Drive, Evansville September 17 1:41 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Motorist Assistâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Out with a stranded motorist. Kentucky plates, two occupantsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Hwy 62, Evansville 1:52 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Citizen Disputeâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Mother is withholding callerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s medicine. Caller stated he got out of jail today. Thinks some of his medicine is still there. Mother has some of his medicine but wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t give it to him. Caller tried to get his mother to come to the phone, she doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to talk to dispatch. Mother told caller to lay down. Caller is going to try and lay down, is in a lot of pain, Will call back if needs a deputyâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;West Franklin Rd, Evansville 2:30 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Be-On-TheLook-Outâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Advised red 2001 Pontiac Sunfire was taken from S Pierless in Evansville around 1:50 a.m. this morningâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Posey County Area 10 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Informationâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Bronze colored Cadillac off roadway. Will pick it up in the morning. Couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t pass through waterâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Upper Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon 10:59 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Wanted Per-

sonâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Wants to talk to a deputy in reference to a wanted subjectâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Unknown address September 18 1:22 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Wanted Personâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Checking for wanted subjectâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Mount Vernon 1:54 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;VIN Inspectionâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;4-wheeler, 250 R, 2005 Jackelâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 4:22 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Road Hazardâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Mazda, 4-door coupe, gray. The water is gone off this road now. Advised it is one the other side of the road in the other laneâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Big Creek Bridge, Mount Vernon 5:38 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Recklessâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Vehicle driving erratically. Tractorâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 10:23 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Trespassingâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Had cameras on property and saw trespassers on camera. This occurred about two weeks ago but she just checked the camera yesterday eveningâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Country Lane Road, Wadesville 4:26 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Miscellaneousâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;25 year-old male complaining his mother will not give him his medication he needs for his disorders. Called back and advised that he has gotten his medication and he no longer needs the officerâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;West Franklin Rd, Evansville September 20 7:04 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Suspiciousâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; White SUV in the corn field. Not sure where it wentâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Farm Bureau, Mount Vernon 3:36 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Juvenile Problemâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Wife and daughter got into argument. Not physical, verbal only. Caller is behind daughter walkingâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Lower Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon 5 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Family Fightâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Male subject pushed his father in the back. Subject is 25 years old. Mother advised son has been saying the parents have not been giving him his medication. Mother advised they want subject taken to jail and a restraining order put on him. Male subject called and advised he is leaving the residence. He is going to a friendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s houseâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;West Franklin Road, Evansville ¡6:41 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Standbyâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Advised son is trying to get his items out of the residence. Girlfriend and her family are causing problems, not letting him get his furniture. Male subject is renting this property. His name is on the lease. Femaleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s grandmother is the landlordâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Boberg Rd, Wadesville September 21 7:23 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Informationâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Subject wants so speak with an officer in reference another officer is accusing him of fleeing from him. Caller does not know what is going on, nor does he know what the officer was talking about. Happened yesterday in Poseyvilleâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Peters Road, Wadesville

9:46 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;VIN Inspectionâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Trailerâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Upper Upton Road, Mount Vernon 4:53 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Recklessâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Caller advised a red commercial truck, driving recklessly, just went under the Ramsy Street bridgeâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;I-64, Just past Hwy 165 6:07 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;911 Hangupâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Still having phone trouble again. Lots of static on the line, then disconnectâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Donnell Road, Mount Vernon 7:11 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Theftâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;US mail sticker stolen from his vehicleâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Poplar Street, Cynthiana 7:48 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Recklessâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; silver Suzuki, Illinois plate, impaired driver. All over the roadway, driving slow. Threw a beer can out and hit callerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s vehicleâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 9:37 p.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Informationâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Has statement forms ready for pickupâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Owen, Mount Vernon September 22 7:43 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Department of Natural Resourcesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Deer has been hit by vehicle. Is still alive in his yardâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Upper Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon 10:07 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Accidentâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Vehicle off in the ditch. Silver Marquis or Crown Vic. Male subject inside, not acting right. Does not appear to be a medical issueâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Welborn Road, Mount Vernon

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2012 FALL FESTIVAL GENERAL INFORMATION The 91st Annual Fall Festival By the West Side Nut Club The West Side Nut Club Fall Festival is always held the first full week of October on West Franklin Street in Evansville, Indiana and is one of the largest street festivals in the USA drawing nearly 400,000 people. The West Side Nut Club cordons off four blocks of West Franklin Street for rides and over 120 booths run by Non-Profit organizations that use the Fall Festival as their primary fundraiser for the year. Paul Harvey once remarked that only Mardi Gras in New Orleans is larger than the Fall Festival. The main attraction of the festival is the food, with offerings of standards like corn dogs/pronto pups, deep fried Twinkies and funnel cakes to the more unusual such as chocolate-covered bacon, brain sandwiches, and alligator stew. Monies raised go right back into the com-

munity. Admission to the Fall Festival is free and parking is free. Booths are open all day including the lunch hour. The festival was first held in 1921 and has featured an appearance by Minnie Pearl in 1947. In 2007, there were 80,000 persons who attended the first day of the Fall Festival. Join us on Sunday October 3rd from 1-7pm for Family Day at Acorn Plaza where the Kiddie Rides only will be running. None of the not-for-profit food booths on W. Franklin Street will be open on Sunday. However, food & drinks will be available at the intersection of W. Franklin & 10th Ave. Also, a limited number of food booths will be open in Acorn Plaza. Plan now to join us on Franklin St for unbelievable food, fun rides, great entertainment and all the while supporting the best of the community.

The Fall Festival 2012 event schedule SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1:00 - 7:00 Family Day Rides Open (Kiddie Rides Only) Acorn Plaza Monday October 1 11:00 - 1:00 WSNC Best Voice Contest Main Stage 2:00 - 10:30 All Rides Open 5:30 - 6:00 UE Men’s Basketball Team Intro Main Stage 6:00 - 7:00 USI Basketball Teams Intro Main Stage 7:00 Lighthouse Parade 8:00 Amateur Hour Main Stage TUESDAY OCTOBER 2 11:00 - 1:00 WSNC Best Voice Contest Main Stage 2:00 - 10:30 All Rides Open 5:00 Tug-of-War Main Stage 6:30 Youth of the Day (Middle School) Main Stage 7:00 Amateur Hour Main Stage 8:15 King and Queen Contest Main Stage 9:00 Joe Greulich & Tim Smith Stage 2 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 11:00 - 1:00 WSNC Best Voice Contest Main Stage 12:00 - 10:30 Kiddie Rides Open Acorn Plaza 2:00 - 10:30 All Rides Open

5:00 - 7:00 Grandview Junction Stage 2 7:00 Amateur Hour Main Stage 8:00 - 10:00 The Jimmies Stage 2 THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 11:00 - 1:00 WSNC Best Voice Contest Main Stage 12:00 - 11:00 Kiddie Rides Open Acorn Plaza 2:00 - 11:00 All Rides Open 4:00 UE Women’s Basketball Team Intro Main Stage 5:00 - 7:00 The Dominos Stage 2 7:00 Youth of the Day (High School) 7:15 Amateur Hour Main Stage 8:00 - 10:00 Terry Lee & the Rockaboogie Band Stage 2 FRIDAY OCTOBER 5 11:00am - 11:00pm All Rides Open 11:00 - 1:00 WSNC Best Voice Contest Main Stage 5:00 - 7:00 Joe Greulich Band Stage 2 7:00 Amateur Hour Finals Main Stage 8:00 - 11:00 7 Bridges: The Eagles Experience Stage 2 SATURDAY OCTOBER 6 10:00 Pet Parade 10:00am - 11:00pm All Rides Open 12:00 - 2:00 Crossroads Christian Church Choir Main Stage 6:30 Main Parade

More about the West Side Nut Club The Nut Club currently boasts 300 active members. Once each summer the Nut Club International holds its annual convention. But 365 days a year, the Nut Club civic projects continue. Throughout the years the club has grown with the city to the point that the Nut Club supports not only the west side, but the city as a whole and even recently matured to the point of now supporting what is

good for all of southwestern Indiana. A recent review estimated that the Nut Club has spent, of its own money, over $3,600,000 for civic purposes and has, by the efforts of its members, working through the club, effective the expenditure by local and state government of some $8,000,000 for the west side, the city and southwestern Indiana. Find out more online at: www.nutclub.org .

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2012 FALL FESTIVAL FOOD MAP A

C Cajun Alligator Jerky .................................................. 72 Cajun Burger ............................................................... 99 Cajun Catfish ............................................................. 118 Cajun Sausage .............................................................71 Cajun Shrimp Soup ..................................................... 71 Cake Balls ............................................................... 19,70 Candy Apples .............................................................. 67 Cappuccino .................................................................98 Capri Sun .....................................................................28 Caramel Apple Cake Balls .......................................... 70 Caramel Apples .................................................42,59,67 Caramel Apple Slices ..........................7,36,47,75,91,101 Caramel Apples w/Nuts .........................................42,67 Caramel Apple Bread Pudding ....................................98 Carmel Pecan Yum Yum’s ...........................................29 Caramel Puffs ............................................................. 88 Catfish Filet Sandwich ....................................... 102,118 Catfish Nuggets .........................................................108 Chai Tea ...................................................................... 27 Cheese Soup ......................................................... 28, 91 Cheese Sticks ............................................ .19,54,90,118 Cheese Quesadillas .....................................................48 Cheeseburgers ...........8,9,21,34,35,49,67,91,99,117,126 Cheesecake ........................................................... 27,59 Cheesecake on a Stick....................................... 39,61,67 Cheesey Fries ......................................................8,49,98 Cherry Cheesecake .................................................... 67 Chicago Style Hot Dog.......................................... 59,104 Chick-fil-A ....................................................................65 Chicken ....................................................................... 56 Chicken Chill ............................................................... 77 Chicken & Dumplings .................. 18,29,30,51,59,79,108 Chicken Fajitas ............................................................48 Chicken Fried Bacon ..................................................... 6 Chicken Gizzards .......................................................... 7 Chicken Kabob ..................................................... 40, 64 Chicken Livers ...............................................................7 Chicken Nuggets .......................................... 7,50,77,108 Chicken on the Beach ............................................ 112E Chicken Potpie ........................................................... 17 Chicken Sandwich (Marinated) .................................42 Chicken Strips ............................................................ 90 Chicken Tenders ..................................................... 19,77 Chicken Wings on a String ..................................... 112C Chili ............................... 19,30,42,52,64,69,76,79,93,105 Chili Cheese Corn Dogs .............................................. 86 Chili Cheese Fritos.......................................................93 Chili Cheese Hot Dog ....................................... 40,93,101 Chili Cheese Hot Tamale .............................................47 Chili Cheese Nachos ........................................... 101,119 Chili Dog ................................................. 42,52,54,76,116 Chili Hot (Foot Long) ................................................. 119 Chips ............................................................................73 Chocolate Chip Cookies ................................. 56,57,103 Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough................................ 9,102 Chocolate Chip Cheesecake .......................................67 Chocolate Chip Wunderbar ........................................67 Chocolate Covered Bananas .....................50,87,102,118 Chocolate Covered Potato Chips ..................................8 Chocolate Covered Clown Nose .................................15 Chocolate Covered Crickets .......................................72 Chocolate Covered Grapes ........................................85 Chocolate Covered Pumpkin Cake Balls ....................70 Chocolate Covered Strawberries ........................ 50,104 Chocolate Fudge .....................................................33,67 Churro Chips ................................................................42 Cider.....2,9,16,19,24,31,36,39,47,48,68,69,83,102,111,1 12G,116,120,124,126 Cider Slushy ............................................................... 102 Cincy Chili Cheese Nachos ....................................... 101 Cincy Chili Dog........................................................... 101 Cinnamon Bread Loaves ...............................................8 Cinnamon Rolls ...........................................................57 Cinnamon Sugar Puff Balls ....................................112B Clam Strips ................................................................122 Cobblers.................................................................. 14,78 Coconut Shrimp .................................................... 29,103 Coffee ..................................... 1,7,19,21,23,27,52,91,92 Coke Products ....................................................... 112E Cookies .............................................................. 24,42,56 Cookie Dough ................................................................9 Cool Dogs (Ice Cream Cake) ......................................57 Coney Island Corn Bread ...............................................2 Corn Dogs ........10,12,19,25,54,86,95, 115, 117, 119, 120 Corn Fritters ...........................................................22,32 Corn on the Cob ............................................2,14,97,102 Cotton Candy ......................21,56,57,76,84,109,110,126 Crab Cakes.................................................................122 Crab Rangoon ....................................................... 45,112 Cracker Cookie ............................................................87 Cranberry Bread .........................................................67 Crawfish Etouffee........................................................23 Cream Puff ........................................................... 87,123 Cup Cakes .................................................................. 111 Curly Fries ...............................................................15,97

D Deep Fried Bratwurst (Battered) ...............................20 Deep Fried Candy Bars .............................................. 119 Deep Fried Cheese Balls ..............................................10 Deep Fried Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough .......... 77, 103 Deep Fried Cookie Dough ............................................29 Deep Fried Coconut Shrimp ...................................... 103 Deep Fried Corn on the Cob ..........................................3 Deep Fried Dandelions.................................................99 Deep Fried Green Beans ................................................3 Deep Fried Hot Dogs ............................................95,112I Deep Fried Koolaid ......................................................16 Deep Fried Klondike Bars ............................................16 Deep Fried Mashed Potato Balls .................................67 Deep Fried Moon Pies ..................................................37 Deep Fried Mushrooms ............................................. 103 Deep Fried Oreos ................................................ 101,126 Deep Fried Pepperoni Chips ...................................... 51

Wish Upon a Star Boy Scout Venture V Crew #399 Highland Baseball FOP #73 ISIS Temple Patrol Holy Redeemer Salvation Army E Eagle's View Church Perry Heights PTA Delta Chi Sigma Nutty Bar Youth Service Bureau Unitarian Universalist Church First Christian Church Hadi Funsters The Potter’s Wheel Pleasaant Chapel Church Emanuel Lutheran Church East Side Lions

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1 2 3 Handicapped 4 restroom 5 6 Eva E Evansville 7 Pub P Public Library 8 W West Branch 9 10 11 12 Rides des and d games games 13 14 15 16 17 18 126 Hadi Oriental Ba Band B 19 10th Avenue Cornerstone Assemblyy of God Cornersto e 125 124 Youth Resources 123 Crescent City Civitan 122 Evansville ll Jaycees 20 121 Germania Maennerchor 21 120 Hadi Arab Patrol 22 119 River Outreach Ministries 23 118 Evansville Junior Football 117 Community of Christ 24 116 West Terrace Booster Club 25 115 North Civitan Club 26 114 East Side Optimist Club 27 113 Howell General Baptist 28 112 McCutchanville UMC 112A Junior League of Evansville 29 112B Restoring our Heritage 30 112C Joshua Academy Public * 112D Community Worship Acts 31 address ddres 32 112E The Gathering Church 33 112F Holly’s House Lost ost and an 112G Turning Pointe UMC 34 found 112H R-Men’s Varsity Club 35 112 I Evansville Youth Baseball East 3611th Avenue

Church of the Harvest C Chur Bethel Temple St. James West UMC German Twp. Booster Club Bethany Christian Church St. Theresa Boy Scouts Evansville Fire Fighters #357 Caring Friends St. Joseph PTO Resurrection Church St. Paul's Episcopal Church Twin Towers Howell United Methodist Church St. Matthew’s UCC West Side Christian Salem Church of Darmstadt Central United Methodist

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Mount Pleasant Church Mou USI Art Club West Side Kiwanis Riveerbend Association Grace Lutheran Church Gra Armstrong Recreation Center Corpus Christi Chuck Wagon Knights of St. John St. Paul's UCC BSA Troop #374 Evansville Lutheran School Evansville Racing Pigeon Club Salem UCC Heusler Vanderburgh Co. Republican Trinity Lutheran Church Fore Forest Hill Wesleyan Youth Harrison Inst. Music Simpson UMC T TTT Christian Ministries Salem UMC WCCS PTA — St. Agnes WCCS WCC CS PTA — Sacred Heart

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Reitzz Instt. Music Boosters Bo ers LLife Lif if Choice Daughters of Nil Nile Egyptian Band Box Lambda Chi Alpha Cleaves Episcopal Church Alpha Omega Psi Phi Delta Theta Albion Fellows Bacon Center St. Mark's UCC St. Peters UMC North Band Boosters University of Evansville U Delta Zeta Lambda Impact Ministries Montessori Academy Tau Kappa Epsilon Right to Life of Posey Co. Rig Vanderburgh Humane Society Cynthia Heights PTA Youngg Life Evansville

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B Bacon Brownies ...........................................................13 Bacon Cheeseburger ...................................................34 Baked Potatoes, Stuffed/Loaded ..................80,85,109 Baked Arabian Pastry ................................................ 16 Baked Pronto Pups ...................................................... 6 Banana Bread ....................................................... 85, 87 Banana/Pumpkin Breads ........................................... 67 Banana Cupcakes. .......................................................11 Banana Fritters ......................................................... 103 Banana Slices w/ Choc Sauce & Nuts .........................75 BBQ Baked Potato ................................................ 80, 83 BBQ Chicken ............................................................... 17 BBQ Chicken Sandwich .............................. 7,27,80,112D BBQ Chicken Pizza..................................................... 105 BBQ Grippochos ......................................................... 83 BBQ Grippos.................................................................73 BBQ Hot Wings ............................................................81 BBQ Meatballs ........................................................... 34 BBQ Mutton ................................................................ 62 BBQ Nachos ...............................................................125 BBQ Pork .....................................19,27,30,47,83,113,125 BBQ Pork Butt Sandwiches, Smoked................. 113,120 BBQ Pork Sandwich .....................................................80 BBQ Pork Chop Sandwich ............................1,51,90,97B BQ Pork Loin Sandwich .............................................. 15 BBQ Pork Parfait .....................................................112A BBQ Pork Sandwich .................................................... 83 BBQ Pork Taco .............................................................13 BBQ Pulled Pork.................................................. 17,112B BBQ Soak .................................................................... 62 BBQ Turkey Nachos ....................................................46 BBQ Turkey Sandwich ................................................46 BBQ Wrap ....................................................................83 Bean Pudding ............................................................. 52 Bean Soup ............................................................... 112H Bean Soup w/Cornbread ............................................. 6 Beef & Noodles ............................................................31 Beef Jerky ................................................................... 64 Beefy Joes .................................................................... 14 Beignets ...................................................................... 86 Berlin Bratwurst ........................................................ 121 Black Jack Burgers .....................................................36 Bosco Stix .............................................................. 71,92 Bosco Cheese Stix .......................................................71 Bottled Water ............................................65,112E,112G Brain Sandwiches .....................................................5,53 Braile Mix .................................................................... 83 Brandonburg Bologna .............................................. 121 Brat Burger ............................................................. 112E Bratwurst.....................19,29,30,50,54,99,112H,114,121 Breads ................................................................... 67,85 Bread Pudding .............................................23,24,83,88 Broccoli Cheese Soup................................................. 52 Brownie Delight ....................................................... 125 Brownie Volcano....................................................... 123 Brownies ........................................................ 67,85,112F Brown Sundae..............................................................35 Buckeyes .......................................................... 51,65,115 Buffalo Burgers ................................................... 36,117 Buffalo Chicken Strips ...........................................13,91 Buffalo Jerky................................................................ 17 Burgoo..................................................27,88,90,92,112G Butter Fudge ................................................................67

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A-Whole-Leg .................................................................6 Abiff’s Fried Kool-Aid ................................................120 African Peanut Chicken ..............................................13 Alligator .....................................................................122 Alligator Jerky ...................................................... 72,117 Amish Friendship Bread ..............................................85 Apple ........................................................................... 87 Apple Cider .......................................................69,70,83 Apple Cider Slushy ..................................................112E Apple Dumplings ....................................................24,85 Arabian Salad Wrap ....................................................40

Central High Inst. Music Boy Scout Troop #350 Evansville Day School St. Peter's UCC-Wadesville W USI Varsity Club Bible Center Cathedral Evansville Soccer Club Alpha Sigma Alpha Central Vocal Boosters Old North UMC Word of His Grace St. Peter's UCC-Evansville Harwood Boosters Marian Educational Outreach utreach Greater Evansville Skating ting Club Warrick County Klownss Golfmoor Youth Baseb Baseball ball ll AMETS #84 AM

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St Jo St. Joseph Avenue ven en nue nue Deep Fried Pepsi .......................................................... 3 Deep Fried Pickles ..................................................15,19 Deep Fried S’mores ................................................... 101 Deep Fried Snickers .....................................................37 Deep Fried Thin Mint Cookies ................................... 95 Deep Fried Twinkies ................................................. 126 Deep Fried Veggies .................................................. 103 Dippin Dots .......................................................... 57,123 Dirt ’n Worms .............................................................123 Dirt Pudding................................................................ 69 Divinity .............................................................. 14,33,67 Donut Bank Burgers .................................................... 41 Double Dipped Apples ............................................... 59 Dreamsicle Float......................................................... 69 Dreamsicle Fudge ....................................................... 67 Dry Dumplings ..............................................31,56,59,88

E Eagle Eggs ...................................................................50 Egg Rolls .................................... 12,21,45,50,80,108,112 Elephant Ears.............................................................. 41 Elephant Tears .............................................................81 Elephant Toes ............................................................. 49 Elk Jerky ..................................................................... 117 Exotic Candies ............................................................ 72

F Flautas ....................................................................... 41 Floats ...........................................................................35 Fountain Drinks ..................................................12,112G Franklin Frosty............................................................ 42 French Fries .......................................................... 49,103 French Fries w/Dipping Sauce .................................. 93 French Waffles.............................................................58 Fresh Fruit ....................................................................16 Fried Cheesecake ....................................................... 91 Fried Coke .............................................................. 112D Fried Cookie Dough .................................................. 118 Fried Cookie Dough Ala Mode Sundaes .................... 118 Fried Dough Monster Ears Dipped in Syrup ................89 Fried Fruit Pies ........................................................... 41 Fried Green Beans .............................................36,75,77 Fried Green Tomatoes ................................................ 75 Fried Mac & Cheese ......................................... 36,50,75 Fried Mozzarella Sticks ........................................ 70,118 Fried Mushrooms ...................................................... 103 Fried Pickles ............................................15,70,81,90,92 Fried Pickle Chips .......................................................15 Fried Rice ............................................................. 45,112 Fried Shrimp ............................................................. 122 Fried Stuffed Olives.....................................................75 Fried Veggies ............................................................ 103 Frozen Jalapeno Pepper Juice Icees .............................7 Frozen Pickle Juice Icees ............................................. 7 Frozen Smoothies ...................................................... 99 Fruit Cup ......................................................................94 Fruit Haystacks..........................................................104 Fudge ................................................ 14,33,56,67,86,117 Fudge Puppies ......................................................... 6,76 Funnel Cakes......................................................37,68,84 Funnel Sticks-Carmel & Candy ................................... 17 Funnel Sticks-Covered with Sugar ............................. 17

G Garlic Tenderloin ........................................................ 99 Gator Tail .................................................................. 122 General Tao’s Chicken ............................................... 45

German Bologna, Fried ..... 35,94,99,112H,112I,121, 130 German Chocolate Cake in a Cup..................................8 German Potato Salad .......................................19,35,67 Giant Tenderloins .......................................................15 Gourmet Hot dogs ................................................. 112F Grilled Cajun Shrimp ................................................. 105 Grilled Cheese ................................................... 88,112G Grilled Chicken Sandwich ................................21,39,56 Grilled Chicken Wrap ..................................................76 Grilled Garlic Shrimp ................................................. 105 Grilled German Bologna ........................................15,94 Grilled Hot Dogs ..........................................................40 Grilled Shrimp BBQ.................................................... 105 Grilled Tenderloin .................... 25,34,35,44,56,90,94,99 Grilled Turkey Burger ..................................................35 Grilled Turkey Sandwich ...................................... 35,119 Grippochos ..................................................................83 Gumbo ..................................................................23,130 Gyros ...........................................................................82

H Habanero Ice Cream.................................................. 105 Ham & Beans ........................................................66,108 Ham & Cheese Sandwich ............................................31 Hamburgers ...........8,9,21,34,35,44,49,67,91,99,117,126 Hand-Dipped Corn Dogs ............................................ 117 Hawaiian Burger ...........................................................9 Hawaiian Grilled Chicken ............................................34 Haystacks ........................................ 4,30,42,47,52,76,84 Hearty Chocolate Granola ..........................................29 Hessen Kraut Haus Chili ............................................ 121 Horseshoe Sandwich ....................................................8 Hot Chocolate .................. 1,19,21,23,27,52,87,91,92,98 Hot Dogs ......19,23,42,45,52,54,69,76,95,97,99,101,104, 111,112,114,116,120 Hot Fudge Brownies ..............................................64, 85 Hot Fudge Brownie Sundae ............................. 48, 64, 71 Hot Fudge Sundae .......................................................64 Hot Ham & Cheese .............................................. 14, 126 Hot Pepper Cheese Bites ............................................10 Hot Pretzels ............................................................... 124 Hot Tamales ................................................................ 47 Hot Wings ................................................................112A Hush puppies ........................................................ 39,122

I Ice Cream .....................................27,35,78,85,112G,123 Ice Cream Brownie Sundae ........................................64 Ice Cream Nutty Bar ............................................. 11, 81 Ice Cream with Mango Habenaro Sauce .................. 105 Iced Tea ..........................................................9,32,65,71 Icy Pops ........................................................................28 Icky Licky Suckers ......................................................72 Italian Beef Sandwich .................................................60 Italian Sausage Sandwich ............................... 50, 60, 80

J Jalapeño Corn Dogs ........................................... 3, 86, 98 Jalapeño Poppers ........................................................30 Jamaican Jerk Chicken ................................................91 Jerky ..................................................................... 72,117 Juice Boxes ............................................................ 28, 40

K Kaiser’s Kraut Balls ................................................... 121 Kangaroo Jerky ......................................................... 117 Kangaroo Sandwich ....................................................72

Kettlee Corn ..........................................................2,19,28 Kool-Aid Kool A Pickles ..........................................................20 Kraut Balls .......................................................... 121,130 Kraut Haus Chili ......................................................... 121 Kuchen ..........................................8,29,56,75,88,92,100

L Lana Cake in a Cup ........................................................8 Lemon & Orange Shake-Ups ..................................112E Lemon Shake-Ups ............ 12,75,80,85,101,106,112F,120 Lemonade ............................................................. 99,117 Loose Meat Goat Sandwiches .................................112C Lunchie Munchie .........................................................90

M Maple Bacon Cake Balls ..............................................70 Marshmallow Cream Apple Sticks ........................... 101 Meat Wad Infernos .................................................... 124 Meatballs ....................................................................97 Mesquite Chicken Breast ............................................39 Milk Jugs .....................................................................88 Monster Ears ...............................................................89 Monte Cristo ................................................................65 Mozzarella Sticks ...................................................70,77 Muddy Pig ...................................................................34 Mudslides .................................................................... 14 Munchen Rolls .............................................................25 Mutton .........................................................................62

N Nachos ............12,14,21,34,36,54,81,94,97,101,110,112, 113,116,119

O Onion Rings ........................................................... 20, 46 Orange Shake-Up ................................................. 75,106 Oreo Hero ....................................................................26 Oreo Truffles ................................................................88 Ostrich Jerky.............................................................. 117 Oysters.......................................................................122

P Painted Pig on a Stick ..................................................97 Peanut Brittle ............................................................ 113 Peanut Fudge ...............................................................67 Peanut Butter Fudge ...................................................33 Pepsi Products........................................................70,28 Phier Burgers ...............................................................64 Philly Cheese Steak ................................................12,61 Philly Sandwich ...........................................................12 Pickle Spears ..............................................................19 Pickle on a Stick .............................................. 81,92,113 Pies .........................................................................62,67 Pig Snorts ....................................................................34 Pigeon Poo ...................................................................47 Piggy Bites ...................................................................59 Pina Coloda Slushies ................................................. 103 Pizza ......................................................... 2,21,29,76,105 Pizza Cheese, Sausage & Pepperoni ..........................29 Pizza Burger ......................................................... 67,118 Poblano Jalapeno Poppers ..........................................70 Polish Sausage...............6,12,41,54,60,79,90,99,114,120 Polish Sausage w/Onion & Peppers............................ 41 Polish Sausage w/Sauerkaut ...............................60,120 Poppers ...................................................................70,90 Poppy Seed Bread .......................................................67 Popsicles ......................................................................49 Pork Butt Sandwich...................................................120 Pork Chop Sandwich .....................15,51,92,107,119,120 Pork Chops-Cured, Smoked, Grilled ...................... 112H Pork Pit Sandwich .......................................................28 Pork Tenderloins......................................... 19,25,56,114 Portabella Mushrooms ................................................99 Portabella Mushroom Fajitas .....................................13 Potato Salad ........................................................... 112H Potato Candy ............................................................8,27 Potato Soup ...........................................................17,111 Potato Soup in Bread Bowl..........................................25 Potato Skins, Fried .................................................... 110 Potato Springs ...............................................................3 Potato Wedges, Fried ................................................ 113 Prime Rib Sandwich ....................................................36 Pronto Pups ....20,21,32,39,44,46,49,57, 67, 93, 106, 113 Pulled Chicken .............................................................15 Pulled Pork Baked Potato............................................83 Pulled Pork Sandwich..................................................83 Pulled Pork BBQ Sandwich ........................ 4,19,47,112D Pulled Pork Parfait ......................................................83 Pumpkin Bread ..................................................67,85,87 Pumpkin Fudge ............................................................55 Pumpkin Pie .......................................................... 55,104 Pumpkin Streusel (Texas Size) ...................................55 Pumpkin Ice Cream .....................................................55 Puppy Chow ...................................... 52,64,75,77,93,109

R Red Beans & Rice .........................................................23 Red Velvet Cupcakes ................................................. 111 Rib Tips ........................................................................62 Rib Meat Gumbo ........................................................130 Ribbon Fries ...............................................................106 Rib-Eye Steak......................................94,99,107,120,126 Rice Krispie Treats ......................................................67 Rice Pop .......................................................................97 Roasted Baby Bakers ..................................................81 Rolaids .......................................................................122 Root beer Float ...................................................69,112B

S Salad on a Stick ...........................................................94 Sausage Burgers ...................... 3,9,28,32,43,48,112,126 Sausage in a Doughnut ..................................................4 Schwarzwald Smoked Chop Sandwich .................... 121 Scorpion Pops ..............................................................72 Sharks Teeth ................................................................85 Shrimp................................................................. 105,122 Shrimp Creole ..............................................................23 Ski Slushie............................................................. 26,102 Ski Soft Drinks .................................................... 73,112E Slice of Heaven ............................................................90 Small Pies ....................................................................67 Sloppy Joeys ................................................................72 Smoked Bacon Wrapped Jalapeños ..........................125 Smoked Pork Chop Sandwich .................... 1,49,119,126 Smoked Pork Chops......................................... 15,40,121 Smoothies ......................................................................9 S’mores on a Stick ..................................................46,97 Snails..........................................................................122 Snowball Krispie ..........................................................97 Soft Drinks / Water ....... 1,7,13,14,17,19,22,23,34,40,47, 59,60,79,92,93,94,102,111,112A,112B,112C,112F, 112G,113,115,117,119 Sopaipillas ...............................................................112E Spring Water.............................................................. 121 Spicy Polish Sausage................................................. 117 Spicy Turkey Sandwich ...............................................23 Sprinkle Bar .................................................................11 Spudsters................................................................... 118 Steak Fries ...................................................................98 Strawberry Bread .................................................. 67, 87 Strawberry Shortcake............................................... 112 Strom ...........................................................................73 Stromboli Nachos ........................................................46 Strombolis ........................................... 63,73,82,116,119 Stuffed Baked Potatoes ............................................109 Stuffed Pepper Soup .....................................................8 Stupid Hot Chili .......................................................... 105 Sugar Cookies w/icing ..................................................9 Sugar Free Breads .......................................................85 Sundae Chili .................................................................64 Sunflower Bread w/Strawberry Butter ......................53 Sweet & Sour Chicken .................................................45 Sweet Potato Fries .......................................36,65,112E Sweet Tea.....................................................................65

T Tater Tots .....................................................................97 Tater Twister............................................24,65,71,98,99 TexasTenderloins .....10,15,25,60,65,90,106,108,114,115 The Hottest Wings...................................................112A Three Alarm Buffalo Spam’ich ....................................26 Toasted Ravioli ..................................................... 36, 95 Tornado Taters...............................................................6 Tortilla Turtles .............................................................98 Turkey Burger ..........................................................112I Turtle Cheesecake....................................................... 24 Turtles on a Stick ........................................................ 65

V Vanilla Fudge ...............................................................33 Veggie Burgers ............................................................87 Veggie Corn Dog ..........................................................87 Veggie Haysticks .........................................................87 Veggie Tray ..................................................................97 Volcano Burger ..............................................................9

W Waffle & Ice Cream Delight ...........................................2 Walking Haystack........................................................69 Walking Taco ............................................ 64,66,109,119 Water ...........................................................................12 White Chicken Chili .....................................................77 White Gravy ...................................................................7 White Rice....................................................................45 Wild Boar Jerky.......................................................... 117 Wild Cat Eyes ...............................................................76 Worms in a Cup ............................................................94 Wunderbars .................................................................67

Y Yoo Hoo Shake .............................................................11

Z Zippy Chicky ................................................................ 24 Zucchini Bread ........................................................67,85


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