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‘Wording’ keeps north Posey roads unrepaired By Valerie Werkmeister Road conditions for two northern county roads continue to worsen as attorneys try to fine tune language in an agreement that will spell out how the roads will be fixed. In the meantime, residents on Matz and Continental Camp roads are stuck in the middle. Road conditions have deteriorated due to heavy truck traffic from oil companies drilling in the Griffin oil fields. Residents brought their complaints to a commissioners meeting in February. Since that time, seven companies and their attorneys have been working to finalize the details of the agreement. Attorney Jacob Weis, an associate of county attorney, William H. Bender, informed commissioners that the agreement they signed during their April 22 meeting was not finalized. He stated a few of the oil companies attorneys wanted some of the language changed in the document. He noted that none of them have argued against the amounts each has agreed to pay in order to fix the roads. The disagreement only concerns some of the wording. Commissioners and highway superintendent Steve Schenk expressed frustration that things are not progressing faster. “The problem is that until there is an agreement, the road is in terrible shape,” Schenk said. He added that despite what some oil company representatives say, road crews can begin working on them anytime. He did offer some praise for Citation Oil & Gas Corporation as they have been very willing to work with the county on road repairs. Schenk stated he inspected the roads last week and after seeing their poor condition, he contacted David Carter of Citation Oil & Gas. Schenk said Carter had road repair equipment out the next day adding gravel to try to alleviate the situation with the potholes. He also noted they were the first ones to sign the agreement. He acknowledged adding gravel to potholes was only a short-term solution. “All I can say is, the sooner we get some-

thing in writing, the better,” Schenk said. “This deal where they’re telling everybody they don’t have to do anything until June 30…that’s way out of line. I’m going to start chip and seal roads next week; they can do the same thing.” Commissioner Jim Alsop stated the agreement needs to be from their position of strength. “It’s our roads. We can shut them down anytime we want. All we have to do is put a weight limit on it and they’re done. They need to come back to us. They need to do things the way we want them to do it as opposed to the way they want to,” Alsop said. Schenk noted that arrangements would have to be made with the Posey County Sheriff’s Department in the event weight limit signs are posted. In the past, signs have disappeared as soon as they are placed unless a deputy sheriff is there to monitor the road. Commissioner Jerry Walden expressed concern about the length of time it could take to reach an agreement. He suggested a shorttime frame deadline in order to get all parties in agreement or the commissioners would post the weight limit signs. Alsop further outlined Walden’s statement by adding he wanted an agreement reached by their next meeting on May 20. The commissioners would sign the document during that meeting and give each oil company 10 days to sign it as well. If this doesn’t happen, the road will be closed to allow only local traffic. All three commissioners agreed and approved the motion. Schenk continued with his report and stated county road crews would begin their work on recycling roads. The process involves a large piece of road equipment that grinds the roads in order to re-shape them and then chip and seal again. The process is a little inconvenient for car traffic since the equipment is too large to allow cars to pass. Due to that reason, Schenk said he would have to close Upper

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Fallen Officers Ceremony 2014

City and County Officers gathered at the Mount Vernon Courthouse Saturday morning to honor officers who have fallen in the line of duty. Those remembered are: Cyrus Thomas, PCSO 1878; Robert Randolph. MVPD 1934; Ralph Fisher, NHPD 1955; ‘Mac’ Buchanan, PCSO 1969; John Hatfull, ISP 1987; Paul Capes, MVPD 1988; Larry York, PCSO 1991; George Nelson, MVPD 1993; Robert Wood, ISP 1994; and Terry Cooper, MVPD 2007. Photo by Zach Straw

Mount Vernon Schools seek to cut healthcare costs By Lois Mittino Gray Members of the Mount Vernon School Board discussed initial measures being taken by the Health Insurance Committee to cut costs for the district at its May 5 meeting. An item being considered for some time now is an employer-sponsored health clinic. ”We are in the early stages of this idea and we are starting down the road into it,” explained School Superintendent Tom Kopatich. Board members learned that committee members toured two facilities providing clinic services to employees. This included the North Posey School District Clinic on Indiana 66 in Wadesville and the Evansville Library Clinic at the downtown central library. Both offer doctor and nurse visits, injections and vaccinations and medication. The District Insurance Committee is recommending that the board request proposals from health clinic providers to assess the benefit this would have on the district program. They agreed to do so and will collect information to determine if a health clinic

would be feasible. In other board action: • the meeting started with kudos to the MVHS Concert Band. Members earned a Gold Rating recently at the ISSMA State Concert Band Festival at Columbus North High School. In another source of school pride, permission was given for Mr. Hamm to conduct a summer chess camp and use the district facilities free of charge. Chess is outstanding in the district schools. • In personnel matters, the board confirmed the employment of Traci Baldwin as secretary at Marrs Elementary School. Due to this hire, they had to accept Baldwin’s resignation as a teacher assistant. They also accepted the resignation of Christine Franklin as the newspaper/yearbook sponsor at the junior high. Both resignations are effective at the end of the school year. • Justin Nelson resigned as assistant football coach effective immediately. • they granted permission to advertise for 2014-15 school year cafeteria bids on May

• granted permission to Mount Vernon Junior High School students to participate in the SeaPerch National Competition in Hattiesbury, Mississippi on May 16-18. • The next board meeting is slated for Monday, May 19, 2014 at 5:45 p.m. in the

Posey man accused of sexual assault Indiana State Police and Mount Vernon assaulted the woman at approximately 3 Police arrested a 46-year-old Posey County a.m. the morning of May 6, 2014 at his 1003 man this morning after an investigation re- James Drive, Mount Vernon residence. vealed he sexually assaulted a Wimberly was arrested, Mount Vernon woman earlier charged with Deviant Sexual this morning. Conduct, a Class B Felony, Indiana State Police Detecand taken to the Posey Countive Alan Sherretz initiated a ty Jail where he is currently criminal investigation after being held on bond. receiving information that LaThe investigation is conmar Wimberly, 46, of Mount tinuing. Investigating Officer Vernon, had sexually assaulted Detective Alan Sherretz of a 47-year-old woman. During the Indiana State Police was the investigation it was deterassisted by the Mount Vernon mined that Wimberly allegedly Police Department. Lamar Wimberly

Tour guides feel Mary Emily’s presence

Briefly New Harmonie Healthcare to hold Memory Planting Service New Harmonie Healthcare’s First Annual Memory Planting Service will be held May 14, 2014 to honor residents and loved ones who are no longer with us. The ceremony will start at 2 p.m. in the front yard. Join us for light appetizers and punch in the main dining room following the planting ceremony. Certify-By date set for Spring planted crops Greg Knowles, Posey County Executive Director, would like to remind farmers to certify their Spring planted crops by July 15, 2014. Planting dates are required to complete this process. Sign up for the 2014 Farm Program hasn’t started yet. Indications are that sign-up will start in the Fall. When the sign-up date is announced, it will be publicized. Please contact the Posey County FSA Office at (812) 838-4191, ext. 2 if you have any questions. Poseyville dance studio hosting Red Cross Disaster Relief benefit The Next Step dance studio, Poseyville, will be hosting a disaster relief benefit on Sunday, May 18 from 5 - 7 p.m., for the Red Cross. Jennifer Collins, the owner of the Posey County based studio, is coordinating a dance clinic where the Senior Dance Company members will choreograph and instruct a dance clinic for ages Keighth grade. The fee to participate is $15/per person and will benefit American Red Cross Disaster Services. The Red Cross will have staff present for the dance clinic and everyone is welcome to join us the day of the event.

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14 and 21. • Set bonds for school personnel who handle money for July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015. The high ranges from Mary Buchanan, District Treasurer at $50,000 to elementary cafeteria managers at $1,000 each.

By Lois Mittino Gray Mary Emily Fauntleroy’s spirit seems to be stirring these days just in time for the Bicentennial Celebration. In anticipation of the town’s celebration, the Fauntleroy Home was refurbished and reopened for tours last fall after a six year hiatus. Historic New Harmony Interpreters wonder if she is making her presence felt again because the renovations tended to undo everything she did to make it her personal home. Rachael Peyton, a junior student at USI from Corydon, who has been interning for Historic New Harmony since October, had her Fauntleroy paranormal experience about two weeks ago. “I was leading a tour group through the house when I starting hearing noises upstairs like footsteps. I looked and found no one there and became a bit distraught. I hurried my group out and I know they heard it, too. I know I was very

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HNH employees Rachael Peyton, left, and Amanda Bryden, right, peek in the door of the Fauntleroy home that was left ajar. Photo by Lois Mittino Gray

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OBITUARIES Jean Webb Jean Carr Webb, 86, born December 15, 1927 in White County, Illinois to Roy and Lucy (Winter) Carr, passed away Monday, May 5, 2014 at Woodland’s Convalescent Center in Newburgh, Indiana. J d t d att age 16 from Crossville High Jean graduated School where she was Homecoming Queen. She worked in Crossville and Carmi until marrying John Webb and lived on their farm raising her boys to be Godly men. She was secretary at North Elementary in Poseyville from 1970 to 1990 and retired with John to Poseyville in 1993. She sang in the choir in St. Paul’s Methodist Church and was very active in the Methodist Women’s Club and Tercera Club in Poseyville. Survivors include her husband of 63 years: John Webb; three sons: Dan (Martha) Webb of Straughn, Indiana, Dennis (Cathy Jo) Webb of Newburgh, Indiana and Rob (Beth) Webb of Orlando, Florida; eight grandchildren: Alyssa (Steve) Dueck, Robin Webb, Adam (Ali) Webb, Kathleen (Jonathon) Marvel, Evan Webb, Julia Webb, Mathew (Justina) Towler and Marissa Towler; four great grandchildren: Sawyer Webb, Matt Dueck, Kingston and Emi Lou Towler with three more on the way; sister-in-law: Murlea (Webb) Maier and Roy and several nieces, nephews and cousins she dearly loved. She was preceded in death by her parents, a sister: Joyce Carr Davis and a brother: Lawrence Carr. Funeral services were at 10 a.m., Friday, May 9, 2014, at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Poseyville, Indiana with burial in Poseyville Cemetery. Rev. John Matsel and Rev. Paul Huntsman officiating. Visitation was at the Werry Funeral Home in Poseyville, Indiana from 4-8 p.m., Thursday, May 8, 2014 and 9 a.m. until service time Friday, May 9, 2014, at the church. Memorial Contributions may be made to: St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 46 South Cale Street, Poseyville, Indiana 47633 or Tercera Club of Poseyville, C/O Marybeth Williams, 6200 High School Road, Poseyville, Indiana 47633. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the family online at: www.werryfuneralhomes.com.

‘Mary Emily’ continued from Page A1 careful to lock the door since I was a bit shook up and wanted to get out of there,” she said. Later on in the day, Racheal received a call from Amanda Bryden, who has been the HNH Collections Manager for the past nine years. “Do you remember locking the door of the Fauntleroy Home? It’s not like you to leave it completely ajar after a tour,” she asked. Amanda said the door was standing wide open when she passed by in her golf cart. When she stopped to check on it, she heard what sounded like people talking upstairs so she went up to see if a tour group was still there. After climbing the stairs, no one was up there. A bit unnerved, she called Rachael who assured her it was locked when she left. Both ladies are perplexed by the events of that day, but not surprised, as the house has a history of happenings. When asked what she considers the most haunted house in New Harmony, Amanda said, “Absolutely without question, it is the Fauntleroy Home.” She recalls a story in which Maxine Watson and an intern were working this past winter in the house. There was a loud knocking on the back door that they both heard. When they went to answer it, no one was there. It had snowed the night before and there were no footprints in the snow on the porch. Creeped out, the ladies locked up and went right back to the office. “Just because a building is old, doesn’t make it haunted to me. I’ve worked in many old buildings in my career. Most don’t bother me at all,” Amanda noted. “For example, many people say our HNH office at the Elliott House is haunted by a figure on the steps, but I never see anything. However, I could feel the vibes at the

Fauntleroy Home even before I knew about the family.” Both ladies think the tourists can sense it as well. On tours, it is the house that the question is asked the most often if it is haunted. Amanda has seen a picture in a book of a supposed earlier ghost of the home, a woman with child coming down the stairs. That sighting of a pregnant woman aside, Amanda believes it is Mary Emily Fauntleroy‘s spirit that they sense. She thinks that the former resident may be upset by all the renovations recently done on the house. “We’re undoing everything she did to make it her home trying to restore it back to its original look for the bicentennial.” The 2007-2013 restoration involved removing 20th century rooms, rebuilding the 19th century kitchen room, repairing the foundation and siding, painting the interior and exterior to the colors revealed in the paint analysis, repairing the chimney and fireplaces, replacing the 20th century windows with a 19th century profile, and installing a new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system. Renovations to the Fauntleroy Home were financed by Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. The house, best known as the ‘Birthplace of the Minerva Society,’ now appears more like the 1859 time period than it did even 100 years ago. In 1859, a women’s club called the Minerva Society was conceived in the parlor. This organization was atypical for the time as the intent was to cultivate the minds of young, well-educated women. Mary Emily Fauntleroy was born about that time period in 1858 to the respected Fauntleroy family of New Harmony. She worked on the family genealogy and put things in the home to make it personal and hers. She sold

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Harold (Jabo) Turner, 78, of Mount Vernon, passed away Monday, May 5, 2014 at his residence. He was born February 12, 1936 in Posey County, Ind., to Ernest and Pearl (Jenkins) Turner. Harold was a Korean War Veteran. He was an over the road truck driver for 25 years, and had worked at ADM Milling. Harold was a member of the American Legion Owen Dunn Post 5. He was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Penny Hamblin and Barbara Turner; two brothers, Curtis and Frank Turner; and his daughter Brenda. Harold is survived by his wife of 26 years, Peggy (Bebout) Turner; three daughters, Kimberly Turner, Geri of South Dakota and Dana of California; three sons, Robert (Verna) Turner of Rosamond, California, Calvin (Wanda) Turner of Mount Vernon, Ind., and Jr. Turner of Bicknell, Ind.; three sisters, Gladys Whitfield, Nellie (Bob) Cox of New Harmony, Ind., and Barbara Turner of Destrehan, La.; one brother, Herman Turner of Lebanon, Ind.; nine grandchildren, Jeremy (Jennifer) Turner, Adam (Shauntae) Shutz, Marissa Turner, Misty (Jeff) Weir, Kyle Thompson, Dannelle Turner; six great-grandchildren, Jeffrey Weir Jr., Aarian Shutz, Daly Shutz, Vernon Shutz, Jessie Turner; and two great-great-grandchildren, Ariel Thompson and Noah Thompson. Funeral Services were held at 11:30 a.m., Thursday, May 8, 2014 at Mount Vernon General Baptist Church, 1717 N. Main Street, Mount Vernon, I with Rev. Matt Watson and Rev. Curt Mort officiating and burial to follow in Mt. Zion General Baptist Cemetery. Visitation was from 10 a.m. until service time on Thursday at the church. Memorial contributions may be made to the Turner family to help defray final expenses. Condolences may be made online at www.schneiderfuneralhome.com

Clarence Manning, Jr. Clarence A. (CA) Manning, Jr., 84, passed away Thursday, May 8, 2014 at VNA Charlier Hospice Center in Evansville. He was born February 10, 1930 in Evansville the son of Clarence Allen and Ella Moreen (Hancock) Manning. CA graduated from Owensville High School was a salesman for Hulman and Company and owned and operated Manning’s Oak Grove Market. He was a member of the Poseyville Masonic Lodge 632. Survivors include a sister, Phyllis (Rolland) Eckels; sister-in-laws, Grace Johnson, Virginia Field, Joyce (Charles) Mair and Jane Richardson; several nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, Geraldine Manning; brother, Jerry Manning. Services were 11 a.m. Saturday May 10, 2014 at Holders Funeral Home in Owensville with Bob Douglas officiating. Burial was in the Poseyville Cemetery. Visitation was from 9 a.m. until the service time at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the VNA Charlier Hospice Center, 610 East Walnut Street, Evansville, IN 47713. Expressions of sympathy may be made online at www.holdersfuneralhome.com. the house and its contents to the Indiana Federation of Clubs who gave it to the state during World War Two. She died in 1954 and is buried in the Fauntleroy family plot in Maple Hill Cemetery. Some say she was sad about moving out……… some say she never left the house. Spirit stalking is fun to talk about, but I must admit, I was a little creeped out myself while touring the site for this story. When we were talking outside the home while sitting in my car, the power windows went up all by themselves. Did she want me to get going and drive away and leave? I sure drove off right away. Who wants to enrage Mary Emily?

Matthew A. Scott, age 49 of Mount Vernon passed away Sunday afternoon May 4, 2014 at his home. He was born May 23, 1964 at San Antonio, Texas the son of Robert and Rosetta (Newman) Scott. He married Debbie Willis on June 6, 1992 at Enfield, Ill. Matt worked as a boilermaker with Local 374. Most of his time was spent with Sterling Boiler Mechanical. He loved riding his Harley and fishing and camping. He especially loved spending time with his grandbabies. He was a U.S. Marine Veteran. He is survived by his wife Debbie; two daughters and a son-in-law, Kelsey (Jordan) Ambrous and Kaylee Scott both of Mount Vernon; grandchildren, Clinton Scott and Maverick Ambrous; his mother, Rosetta Scott of Newburgh; brothers, Robert (Debbie) Scott of Santa Claus, Jeff (Sherri) Scott of St. Phillips and Roy (Ladonna) Scott of Newburgh; sister, Gail Scott (Billy Fitzgerald) Hames of Evansville. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Private family services will be held. The Stendeback Family Funeral Home at 1330 East Fourth Street, Mount Vernon is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be left at stendebackfamilyfuneralhome.com.

Clarence Scheller Clarence Anthony Scheller, 87, of Poseyville, Indiana, born to Anton and Anna (Knapp) Scheller on October 8, 1926, in St. Wendel, Indiana, passed away Sunday, May 11, 2014, at Deaconess Hospice in Evansville, Indiana. He was a lifelong member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Poseyville, Indiana and worked at Emge Foods processing and packing plant in Ft. Branch, Indiana for 36 ½ years. He served in the army and was a member of the Poseyville American Legion Post 278. Tony was noted for his antique refinishing. Surviving are his wife: Patsy Ruth (Miller) Scheller and several nieces & nephews. Preceding him in death were his parents; 4 brothers: Henry, Leo, Adolph and Aloysius Scheller and 5 sisters: Rosina Koch, Mae Lankford, Faye Scheller, Mary Ann Lankford and Esther Paul. Funeral services will be 10 a.m., Wednesday, May 14, 2014, at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Poseyville, Indiana with burial Laurel Hill Cemetery in Wadesville, Indiana. Father Ed Schnur officiating. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. until service time, Wednesday, May 14, 2014, at the Werry Funeral Home in Poseyville, Indiana. The family extends their sincere appreciation and thanks to the Deaconess Hospital Hospice nurses and staff for their care and concern for Tony. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: Laurel Hill Cemetery, PO Box 297, Poseyville, Indiana 47633. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the family online at: www.werryfuneralhomes.com.

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Foliage can spring fond memories A few weeks ago, when cutting down trees, especially warm weather actually began large ones. When your Aunt to replace the unusually cold Heather told me that in the next winter and year or so, she chilly Spring, DEAREST MADELEINE hopes to sell I ventured out the Poseyville into the yard. BY house, and I was already CATHY move closer dreading what POWERS to Evansville, condition I I was kind of would find sad about sevsome delicate eral things. things to be in, after this ex- She lives in the house that treme stretch of bad weather. grandpa and I built in 1968, I was not surprised to see that and it was our home for all of the rose bush Todd and Sheri the years that our children were got me for last year’s Mother’s growing up. She would tell you Day was black and dead. that I kind of forced that house However, the greatest sor- upon her, and that she really row was when I looked at the did not want to buy it from us. crepe myrtles and butterfly One of the main reasons for bushes. The branches of both this was my reluctance to see butterfly bushes were totally strangers living there. Every dead, even though it appears time I am there, even now, I that one will come up from the picture all of the activities that roots. Our area has many crepe occurred in that house, from myrtles, and they provide great holidays to just seeing children beauty later in the summer. get off the afternoon school Even the very large and old one bus. Somehow, I can let those near our driveway is severely old memories rest easier when damaged, and much of it will I know that she and Uncle Jahave to be cut out. The smaller son are living there. However, ones that we planted in the I do understand the reasons years since we have lived here for her wanting to move. They are all dead, all four of them. both drive into Evansville The ones in the front yard were daily, and it is more house than already about fifteen feet tall. they need. I love trees and shrubs, and I One of the other comments hated to see this. I made to her recently was I always hate to see people that she needed to make the

‘Roads Unprepared’ continued from Page A1 Upton, Farm Bureau and Welborn Church Roads until the process is complete. Posey County EMA Director, Larry Thompson, advised he could send residents in this isolated area, a message on the county’s Code Red system to notify them of the road closures. In addition, information will be posted on the county’s website: www.poseycountygov.org. Marissa Priddas, a Mount Vernon Relay for Life representative addressed the commissioners to request permission to ‘paint the town purple.’ Priddas requested to add purple ribbons, signs and banners and purple lights to a few of the county buildings including the Hovey House, the Coliseum and the Courthouse to promote the upcoming Relay for Life event on June 7. The commissioners agreed it’s a worthwhile cause, but declined to have any lights changed to purple bulbs. Instead, they gave approval for the organization to post signs, banners and purple ribbons on the buildings. Commissioners approved a new contract with SRI Services to handle the county’s tax sales. Auditor Kyle Haney stated the new contract reflects a $5 decrease. Those who make tax sale purchases will pay a $70 fee, rather than $75. Building commissioner, Ed Battieger, reviewed problems with a property in violation of the county’s nuisance ordinance. The property is located at 371 Old Sand Road and is owned by Paul Coan. Battieger believes he does not reside at the residence, but he does have someone renting the property. Battieger stated this is not the first

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eventual new owners sign a paper saying they would not cut down the trees. She, of course, said, “Mom, are you crazy???!!!” However, she wasn’t there to see the barren, hot, empty lot in the beginning. Starting out with small, baby trees, we planted, watered, and tended them for many years. Each one of the tall, stately trees has its own set of memories. Not only did they provide shade for the house, children climbed them, many birds and squirrels found homes there, and to me, they were almost like members of the family. I know where each of them came from. I can’t even imagine driving by that house and seeing the amazing pin oaks in the front yard missing. Of course, they aren’t even the first ones to grow there. For various reasons, the original mimosa, Russian olive, and the first serviceberry did not survive. It broke my heart when Heather and Jason removed the blue spruce and the burning bush, even though I know they were large and in the way. Although I wasn’t totally on board with their removal, two flowering crabs produced endless ‘fruit’ in the summer, and created a lot of work, with someone having to pick it up before each lawn mowing.

When we moved to St. Wendel, I brought several small Golden Raintree’s from New Harmony, and now it makes me happy to see them in several places in our yard. As many people know, this is New Harmony’s ‘signature tree,’ and even the summer festival was named for them at one time. I can understand the logical removal of small immature trees that come up in flowerbeds and gardens as ‘volunteers,’ but there should be some kind of rule about cutting down the ones that have been standing fifty years or more. Many tri-state trees were there before any of us were born. It just does not seem right to ‘murder’ them. More and more of the area woodlands are being removed to make way for still another sub-division or business. Wildlife is forced to find other homes, and it makes me wonder what world your children will inherit, Madeleine. Sadly, when an older home is sold, it is not unusual for long-established trees to be cut anndown. Unfortunately, they canan an not jump into the moving va van oppe and go along. I can only hope that the people who end uupp me living in the Poseyville home ovve will not be quick to remove or the trees that I have loved ffor decades.

laatime the county has dealt with nuisance ordinance violang tions at this property. His office sent a letter notifying them they are in violation of the ordinance. Battieger stated they responded to the letter. t’s “The guy that’s living there said he’s cleaning it up. It’s heen the same old thing, ‘I don’t have time, I just do it when I can.’” mSince the letter was sent, Battieger noted that some improvement has been made, but it is still not enough to b bee issin compliance with the county ordinance. The commiser, sioners agreed that county attorney, William H. Bender, he should send a letter to the property owner ordering th the property to be cleaned up within 30 days. eBattieger will continue to monitor the progress and re report back to the commissioners in June. mThe animal control report for April included 63 comrts plaints, 14 animals were picked up, three bite reports were taken and a total of $102 was collected. The next meeting will be on Tuesday, May 20, att 9 a.m. in the Hovey House in Mount Vernon.

PCPP News Adoption Special Adoption Special Continues - adoption fees will be waived on select dogs at the shelter. Normal adoption procedures are required - application, interview, home visit. Please check out the dogs on our Facebook page or at pcpoundpuppies.com. Adoption Location Please visit PC Pound Puppies at Pet Food Center North

ar(on First Avenue by Ta Target) on Sundays, Noon to 44,, where you can meet many ooff oppthe dogs available for adoption. Pictures are posted inn ennthe window of Pet Food Cenister North, and a flier is di dismal played at Hawthorne Animal ou Clinic. If you see a dog yo you maail are interested in, please email yaaus at pc_poundpuppies@yasiite hoo.com or go to our website and submit an application.

PHS News Over Three and Free Your Purrfect Companion is waiting for you at Posey Humane Society. Now is a great time to come meet all the great cats at PHS. Have you thought about providing a home to an adult cat? Adopting an older cat has some great advantages. There are no surprises about the size of the animal. All the teething and chewing kittens can do is past history. Adult cats already have established their litter box habits and their personalities are much more obvious. The staff at PHS knows their animals and can help you select one that will be the best possible fit for your

off at the shelter located at 6500 Leonard Rd, Mt Vernon, Ind. You can also help PHS by using our Amazon.com link on Facebook. The shelter’s wish list is there and orders placed through the shelter link also help PHS. In addition to cat litter, the animals can use dry cat or kitten food. For cleaning purposes, the staff always appreciates donations of bleach, paper towels, spray cleaners with bleach and extra-large trash bags. If you have any questions just give the shelter a call and they can advise of the most immediate need. Thank you for your help.

family and lifestyle. All cats three years of age and older are available for adoption at no charge. They will be current on shots and spayed or neutered. What a great time to adopt. Stop by today and meet your future best friend. (Normal adoption procedure applies). Critter Wish List With cat season upon us, PHS’ greatest need for the next few months will be cat litter. Any kind of cat litter will be appreciated. The cats will use either clay or scoopable litter. The shelter goes through hundreds of pounds of litter each week. Donations can be dropped

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Birthdays May 13 - Kayla Brauser, Mason Cox, Pam Muncy, Chee Chee Ahrens, Hope B. O’Loan, Robert Johnson, Deloris Holtzclaw, Barry Ingle, Jeff Kissel, Kaydon Joe Grimm, Pam Purkiser, Joseph Allbright May 14 - Virginia Alsop, Lauren Crocker, Angela Wiltshire, Larry Rutledge and Jean Slagle, Vince Ethan Koester, Nicolette Byrn May 15 - Lina Mittino, Laura Kahle, Elliott Hudgins, Linda Roos, Jim Schwindel May 16 - Carl Burnett, Lois Don Beard, Austin Miller, Tony Viviano, Emma B. Hottel, Curtis Carne, Crystal Roby May 17 - Cody Austin, Bryce Kohlmeyer, April Kohlmeyer, Mary Swain, Jordan Anne Werry, Madison Lee Werry, Jason Webber, Leigh Ann Wiley, Nancy Weinzapfel, Don Viviano, Ron Risley, Harley Peerman May 18 - Lesa Trela, Charlotte Lee, Evan Kissel, Wendell Crumbacher, Vincent Fullerton, Paula Coleman, Landon Counts, Mikayla Deshields, Loretta Gerard May 19 - Elizabeth Anderson, Rosie Benton, Tammy Graves, Sherry Underwood, Karen Lee, Samantha N. Stewart, Hanna Marie Milbrandt, Marisha Naas If you have a name to be included in the birthday calendar, please send to: Posey County News, P.O. Box 397, New Harmony, IN 47631 or email: news1@poseycountynews. com.

Grandpa Dan Duckworth was born in 1870. He experienced many hardships in his life time. Grandpa didn’t look at the hardships as being something bad. It was just a way of life for him. Grandpa had a love for writing poems and stories. In one of his stories he said, “I would have graduated sooner but I had to lay off one year to go to Kansas and get a herd of cows. I traveled there by covered wagon and returned home by way of train. I brought with me a herd of cows. The trip west was sometimes difficult. We ran out of food at times and I would leave the wagon train and search for food. Photo and information submitted by Darlene Fisher

~ WE HAVE RESIDENTIAL LOTS AVAILABLE ~ POSEY COUNTY PAGES OF THE PAST MAY 11, 2004 10 YEARS AGO A 44-year-old Evansville man was charged Friday in Posey Circuit Court with the killing of 79-year-old retired librarian Carol Renee LaMar of Poseyville. Jane Owen and Robert Guenther each presented $15,000 grants for the restoration of the Ribeyre Gymnasium in New Harmony. Griffin’s Jack Riddell received a Distinguished Service Award from the Professional Geologist of Indiana. Mount Vernon boys golf standout Eric Morlock signed a national letter of intent to attend the University of Southern Indiana and play for the Eagles.

MAY 9, 1989 25 YEARS AGO The mobile home residence of Jeff Pharr on Springfield Road was destroyed by an undetermined fire. Erica Thompson and Scott Roberts were married by ‘Father’ Steven Grannon and Jello Wrestling was enjoyed by many at the Mount Vernon prom. Dawn Fortune, Liz Stallings, Brandi Schaffer, Rodney Shephard and Tiffany Miller perform at New Harmony’s Choir Concert. The Snow Barn at Chick-A-Deli is now open, the Peerless Tavern has Draft Beer for .25 cents, Sandy’s Hallmark has beautiful Mother’s Day cards and Rosenbaum’s has a sidewalk sale.

MAY 8, 1964 50 YEARS AGO Sue Carney is ‘Outstanding Senior of 1964,’ Barbara Kleiman is Valedictorian and Roger Feldhaus is Salutatorian. New General Electric Hi-Speed Range for $269.95. Two-oven convenience at a budget price. Miss Suzanne Moutoux, 18-yearold granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey D. Davis of Poseyville walked off with top national honors in New York City by winning the 1964 Betty Crocker All-American Homemaker of Tomorrow title. Martha Schutz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schutz of New Harmony, won the Junior High Spelling Bee.

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‘A Michelle Peterlin Retrospective’ runs through May 16 By Lois Mittino Gray Former New Harmony resident Michelle Peterlin wowed her audience of old Posey County friends, new acquaintances and strangers strolling in to see her art work on display in downtown Evansville. An opening reception for the show entitled ‘A Michelle Peterlin Retrospective’ was held on Friday, April 25 at the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana Gallery at 18 Main Street in Evansville. The show will run until May 16. About 30 persons walked around with the artist and looked over the colorful creations. Many of the original works were reminiscent of the eye-popping art Michelle put in the New Harmony Tea and Coffee Shop she ran as well as in her home on Main Street, now owned by Ernie and Maggie Rapp. There are 25 art pieces in the show ranging in price from $500 to $12,000. One that features her daughter called Shabbat is not for sale. All works are acrylic on canvas and fill a room with color. Michelle starts a piece by sketching the idea on canvas in pen and then she covers it in dark, usually raw umber. Then she slowly builds up color layer by layer.

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“I was a student of John Grillo during my college years at the University of Massachusetts He is considered the Father of American Expressionism,” she explained. Michelle considers herself an expressionist painter, too. “When I get an idea for a composition, I am first interested in the pattern of colors, lines, and how it relates to the other parts of the composition. I am attracted first to color.” She works with acrylic because it has intense color pigmentation and dries quickly to allow for a lot of glazing. Locations are featured in many of her works as she has traveled many places. “I am fortunate to be able to travel. When I am in a new place, I love to look for quiet, moody corners. I am attracted to glass, store fronts, and windows with a view,” she said. Some of her works include places like the famous Harrads Candy Shop in London and Paris in the Rain. Others are local, like the Gerst House Window. She also does colorful flowers like her Giverny Daisy Field and Poppy Abstract. Peacock in Field was my personal favorite. Her most expensive piece is Dance of the Fire Flies, a medieval looking piece. “I paint on a large scale because I want the

ing World War II. Those attending will have a chance to win copies of Harold Morgan’s books. This popular program on local history is open to all ages. A limited number of books will also be available after the program for purchase. May 20 at 1 p.m. LITerally Speaking Book Discussion - This month the LITerally Speaking book discussion group will discuss Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life by Barbara Kingsolver. Everyone is welcome to attend. May 20 at 5:45 p.m. APL Board of Trustees Meeting - This meeting is open to the public. May 21 at 10 a.m. Early Pioneer Life in Posey County - Local historian Jerry King, along with his wife Marsha, will talk about early Mount Vernon and Posey County history. This program is open to all ages.

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viewer to feel immersed in the piece. I want them to feel the mood,” the artist told the group. Those in attendance loved her work and commented on the color. Southwestern

Indiana Arts Council Board President Anne Tornatta enthused about how fortunate they were to get such a collection for display and invited everyone to come down and see it. Old friends and new friends alike are welcome.

Hoosier Salon holds Summer Art Program

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Smoke Free We are pleased to announce that the entire Alexandrian Public Library campus is now smoke free. Tobacco use, imitation smoking or tobacco products, or e-cigarette usage is prohibited anywhere on the library campus. Thanks for helping us promote a healthier environment for all our patrons to enjoy. May 19 at 3:30 p.m. Manga Otaku - Manga Otaku is a group of anime and manga fans meeting to watch anime, swap manga, discuss new mangas and anime, which new series to order, have snacks, play games, do crafts, drawing classes, and more. The club is always looking for new members. May 19 at 6 p.m. The P47 Thunderbolt: World War II Workhorse Join local historian Harold Morgan for a discussion on the P-47 Thunderbolt fighter plane, manufactured in Evansville dur-

Posey county residents showing support from left Connie Cartlidge, Tammy Anderson, in black the Artist, Carlene and Dave VanLanningham and Michelle’s husband Frank Peterlin. Photo by Lois Mittino Gray

May 26 Memorial Day - The library will be closed. May 28 at 6 p.m. Summer Reading Program Kick-Off - Our summer reading program kicks-off with a Carnival of Science. Register for the summer reading program and get tickets to play various carnival games in the meeting rooms. Popcorn and drinks will be served. Want to register? The library offers multiple ways you can register, including: on the web, by phone, and in person. You can register well in advance by going to our website at www.apl.lib. in.us. Can’t register online? Call the Adult Information Desk at (812) 8383286 or visit the Adult Information Desk in person. Our library staff representative will be ready to assist you and answer your questions. Check out our Facebook page and Like us.

The Hoosier Salon New Harmony Gallery is sponsoring a Children’s Summer Art Program. Because of the great demand, enrollment is limited to children who attend a Posey County school or whose parent or grandparent is a resident of Posey County. The first program is an Art Day Camp for children who have completed first grade through nine years of age to be held on June 10, 11 and 12 from 9 a.m. until 12 noon at the Murphy Park Shelter House. This program will be conducted by Carlene VanLaningham, Maggie Rapp and Jamie Rasure. A mid-morning snack will be furnished. For ages 10 through 14, artist Robert Pote will teach a two day Watercolor Workshop on

June 18 and 19 at the Holy Angels Community Center. The morning session is from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and the afternoon session from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Class size is limited and parents must choose either the morning or afternoon session. Hoosier Salon children’s programs are offered free to all children and all supplies are furnished. Funding for the programs is made possible by a grant from the Robert Lee Blaffer Foundation and from civic groups such as Kappa, Kappa, Kappa, Inc., and the Tercera Club. Enrollment began on Thursday, May 1 and at this time there are still a few openings available. A parent or guardian can enroll a child by calling the gallery director, Maggie Rapp, at (812) 459-9851.

Legion Auxiliary News American Legion Auxiliary met at the legion home on April 23, 2014. President Jenny Witt opened the meeting with 15 members present. Chaplain Alice Klotz gave opening prayer. Members pledged to the flag and recited the preamble. Secretary Leacca Wilson read roll call and read minutes from previous meeting. Mary Ann McGennis gave the treasurer report. Rita

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Bradford read a thank you letter from Mallory Wehr for the support the auxiliary gave her in getting a degree of Bacholar of Science in nursing. Mallory will be graduating at the University of Southern Indiana May 3, 2014. Auxiliary members interested in helping for Poppy Days May 16 or 17, call Alice Klotz at 499-9762. Auxiliary donation made and carried to donate for Re-

lay for Life. Motion made and carried to pay all outstanding bills. Total membership 403. All business taken care of President closed the meeting in regular form. Sergant of Arms Judy Myer retired the flags. Chaplain gave closing prayer. Dues allowance went to Judy Myer. Next meeing will be May 28, 2014 at the legion home at 7 p.m.

Local Farmers Market’s to open soon The Mount Vernon Farmers Market will be open again this summer in the same location as last year, next to the McDonald’s Restaurant on Fourth Street in Mount Vernon. It will be open every Tuesday from 2 to 6 p.m., throughout the summer, beginning on June 10 and continuing until at least through the last Tuesday in August, weather permitting. “The Mount Vernon Farmers Market continues to grow, both in number of vendors and customers,” said Jon Neufelder, Purdue Extension Educator and Market Master for the Mount Vernon Farmers Market.

This will be the sixth year for the Farmers Market in Mount Vernon and the fourth year for the location next to McDonald’s in Mount Vernon. “This should help our customers find us quickly this year and lead to even more success this summer, if Mother Nature will cooperate,” says Neufelder. The Mount Vernon Farmers Market will continue its collaboration with the Wadesville Farmers Market, which will be held every Thursday afternoon through the summer, and the Posey County Farm Bureau, Inc., as the local sponsor for both Farmers Markets. The Posey County Farm

Bureau assists with market insurance and other expenses for both markets. For more information, including a vendor registration form and market rules for the Mount Vernon Farmers Market, please visit the Purdue Extension, Posey County website at: www.extension. purdue.edu/posey. If you have any questions about the Farmers Market, contact Jon Neufelder at the Purdue Extension Office in Mount Vernon at: (812) 838-1331 or at neufelde@purdue. edu. We are also on Facebook under the name of ‘Mount Vernon Farmers’ Market in S.W. Indiana.’

NH Music, School Festival to host special events Of the nine events the New Harmony Music and School Festival is hosting during the week from Monday, July 7 thru Saturday night July 12, five are free to the public. The free events include: The Festival Public Jam Session at Sara's Harmony Way on Monday night; an art show at the Owen Community House on Tuesday night; a concert at The Meier Atheneum on Tuesday night; a special film screening at Sara's Harmony Way on Wednesday night; and Festival Public Jam Session 2 also at Sara's after the film on Wednesday. Tickets and more info on all of the events are available at www.newharmonymusicfest.com

Music school seeks students The festival music school is seeking local music students interested in spending six days attending concerts and studying with the festival artists from Monday, July 7 thru Friday, July 11. Particularly those students in the areas of classical piano, classical violin, saxophone, cello, jazz improv, and traditional fiddle styles. Those interested in participating should call the festival director, Chris Layer at 812-472-4321 or visit the festival web site for more information on classes and teachers: www.newharmonymusicfest.com

Emma Meek, left, holds a bag of ‘goodies’ found during the Poseyville Town Wide yard sale held Saturday morning. Emma’s little sister Lexi had a great smile for the camera. Photo by Theresa Bratcher

Recipe of the Week

Mt. Zion General Baptist Church 1425 Oliver Rd., Wadesville 783-2337 from the cookbook of: Vicki Simpson

PINEAPPLE ZUCCHINI BREAD INGREDIENTS 3 eggs 2 c. sugar 1 c. cooking oil 1 1/4 tsp. vanilla 1 c. drained, crushed pinapple

2 c. grated zucchini 3 c. flour 1 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. baking soda 1/2 c. chopped pecans or walnuts

DIRECTIONS

Beat together oil, eggs, sugar and vanilla. Add zucchini and dry ingredients. Stir in pineapple and nuts. Pour into greased and floured loaf pans. Bake in oven for 1 hour at 350 degrees. As served at Kinter House Inn Bed and Breakfast, Corydon, Indiana.


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SOCIAL/CHURCH Wedding

Anniversary

Engagement

Jim and Marilyn Elpers

Mr. & Mrs. Jason Hofmann

Ryan Schmitt and Jamie Lindauer

Sixty years ago on May 13, 1954 Jim and Marilyn were married in Poseyville, Ind. After a tour in the Army, Jim worked at Chyrsler and moved his family to the St. Louis, Mo. area where Marilyn worked at IGA food store as a meat wrapper. When they retired, they moved back to Poseyville and traveled to Largo, Fla., every winter. They now reside in Evansville, Ind. They have three grown children, Joan, Jimmy (Charlene) and Annie (Cliff). They also have five grandchildren and 11 greatgrandchildren. Their children are honoring them with a dinner to celebrate this joyous occasion.

Amy Lynn Chase and Jason Hofmann of Indianapolis, Indiana became husband and wife on April 3, 2014 at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis. Their pastor, Rev. Gretchen Schneider, performed the ceremony. Amy is the daughter of Kay Hinton (Marc) Gordon of Indianapolis, and Jay (Susan) Chase, and is the granddaughter of Bettye Marvel and Cherry Chase all of Mount Vernon. Amy is employed as a School-Based Therapist at Cummins Behavioral Services, Indianapolis Area. Jason is the son of Joyce Hofmann of Indianapolis, and the late Jack Raymond Hofmann and is self employed in the Real Estate market. The couple reside in Carmel, Indiana and parent two sons, Jace Hofmann, age eight and Glen Chase Hofmann, age eight months.

Mike and Becky Lindauer of Fort Branch announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jamie Michelle, to Ryan Schmitt, son of Tim and Donna Schmitt of Poseyville. Jamie earned a Bachelor of Science degree in physical therapy from the University of Evansville. She is a physical therapist assistant for Pro Rehab at Tri-State Orthopedics in Evansville. Ryan graduated from the University of Evansville with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration and is currently employed at Northwestern Mutual as a financial advisor. The couple will exchange vows on Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 1:30 p.m. at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Fort Branch. They will reside in Evansville.

Community Table for May Free meal every Thursday, serving from 5 to 6 p.m. at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church. Everyone is welcome. Singles, couples and families. No preaching, just good eating. Thursday, May 15 – Stromboli, Chips, Fruit Cocktail, Cookies Thursday, May 22 – Taco Bake, Salad, Roll, Ice Cream Thursday, May 29 – Chicken Casserole, Salad Roll, Dessert

MV Class of ‘64 in search of classmates The Mount Vernon High School Class of 1964 is planning their 50th reunion. We are searching for information in trying to locate the following classmates: Terry Jones, Valerie Lee and Gary Spencer. We are also searching for people who were classmates during our high school years: Brenda Bevels, John Mac Brown, Dennis Craig, Emily

Marie Moss, Donna Persinger, Richard Russell and John Sours. If anyone has contact information for any of the above, please contact Karen Bass Niehaus, karen42211@ bellsouth.net or by phone 270-522-1278 or 270-8694128. You may also contact Brenda Newman Bosecker at bjbowl@mchsi.com or by phone at812-319-5336.

St. Wendel Church rummage sale set St. Wendel Catholic Church will hold their 2nd Annual Rummage Sale on Friday, May 16 from 4 - 7 p.m. (shoppers pay double), and Saturday, May 17 from 8 a.m. - noon ($3 bag sale at 10 a.m.). The church is located at 10542 W. Boonville New Harmony Road, Evansville, Ind. 47720. Any rummage Sale donations can be dropped off May 12 - 16 at various times. Please call the Parish Office at 812-963-3733 with any questions.

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Register for Saint Philip VBS by May 25 St. Philip Vacation Bible School will be held June 9-13 from 8:15-11:30 a.m. ‘Cool Kingdom Rocks: Mary Leads Me Closer To Jesus,’ is packed with music, games, crafts and lessons that teach children who Mary is and how she leads us closer to Jesus as well as the importance of making Jesus the King of our lives. The event is free but registration required by May 25, for children 4-12 years old (incoming Pre-K thru fifth grade). Three-year-olds welcome to attend when accompanied by an adult. Visit the church website at saintphilipchurch.net for registration form, and mail to church office. Contact Sharon Shumate at 812-985-7968.

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PC Historical Society to meet May 17

The Posey County Historical Society will have its monthly meeting Saturday, May 17 at 10 a.m. in the Collections Room at Hedges Central. The meeting is earlier than usual this month due to the Memorial Day holiday. Darlene Boy Scout’s Richie Meyer, left, and Jacob Lingafelter, McConnell will present the right, work the booth during this weekend’s town wide program ‘Some of the Folks Water Golf, Cornhole yard sale in Poseyville. Troop 387 sold food, drinks, and North Cemetery.’ Members date changed to May 17 of ice cream, with all proceeds benefiting troop activities. and friends are invited. Photo by Theresa Bratcher The Water Golf and Cornhole tournaments have been moved to Saturday, May 17. Registration opens at 10:30 and Under the Beams’ Concert Series will Harmony High School’s Alumni weekend the tournaments will launch at wrap up its 2014 season on Friday, May 23, and offers the opportunity for former stu11 a.m. Please spread the word of with a double-billed performance featuring dents of New Harmony School to spend an this change to your friends and Swan Dive and The David Tanner Band. evening in their well-loved Murphy Auditofamily. Some of New Harmony’s favorite sons and rium. The historic and beautifully restored If you’re unable to partici- daughters who have found success on the Murphy Auditorium was built for New Harpate you could still give. We larger musical stage will present this fun and mony’s 1914 Centennial Celebration and ofare working to help teens come high energy ‘Homecoming Concert’ begin- fers a beautiful hall to spotlight the continuto Christ and help Heather in ning at 7:45 p.m. in Murphy Auditorium. ing eclectic mix of musical performances her Mission out of the Country. Kicking off the evening’s concert will that Under the Beams has brought to New Come and join us for lunch. be Swan Dive (with Molly Felder, Bill De- Harmony for the past thirteen years. There will be free games for Main, and Mickey Grimm), who have had This show begins at 7:45 p.m. to accomchildren and it will be a fun three Top 10 hits in Japan and Korea and modate WNIN Public Radio’s live broadcast event for everyone. are well known and loved both abroad and of the show following a ‘Day Out’ in New in the US. The second half of the show will Harmony. Be a part of history as UTB celfeature The David Tanner Band, direct from ebrates New Harmony’s Bicentennial year Broadway Street in Nashville, Tenn. The through music, by being a part of the recordDavid Tanner Band brings some of the best ed show, and by signing the town’s Bicenmusicians from Nashville to the Under the tennial Legacy Time Capsule in the lobby. Beams stage for some ‘Honky-Tonk-A-RaTo learn more about Under the Beams or ma’ fun. order tickets, please visit www.undertheThe concert also coordinates with New beams.org or call 812-682-3128..

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MV Class of ‘74 plans reunion The Mount Vernon High School Class of 1974 is planning their 40th class reunion on Saturday, September 20, 2014 at the St. Phillips Conservation Club. Share this info with your out of town classmates. More information to follow. If you would like more information now, please contact one of the following: Call or text Jane Rueger Meinschein at 812-483-3578 or email at jam062056@gmail.com, call Paula Ferguson Boarman at 812-985-3383, email James Cruise at james.cruise@gmail.com, email Ann Hirsch Bourne at mabourne74@gmail. com or call or text Cindy Cox Green at 812-4498169.

Steve Ahrens stirs a pot during the Chowder cook at the Poseyville Christian Church on Saturday morning. Photo by Dave Pearce


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North Posey Relay for Life fund-raisers planned By Valerie Werkmeister There’s less than a month before North Posey Relay for Life event on June 7 and 8, and relay teams are well on their way to crushing their $103,000 goal. To date, a total of $46,880 has been raised. There are a number of fund-raisers planned by each team. Team Wassmer Family and Team Hopf Family have joined together again this year for their Second Annual Drivin’ Fore a Cure. The event is scheduled for Sunday, May 18, at McDonald Golf Course, 2905 E. Morgan Avenue in Evansville. There will be two flights, one starting at 8 a.m. and the next will begin at 1 p.m. The entry fee is $60 per person with teams of four. There is still space available for teams. Sign-up by contacting Mike Wassmer at McDonald Golf at 812-475-2578, Jared Baehl at 812499-1295 or Kevin Wassmer at 812-470-2631. The fee includes 18 holes greens fees, cart plus food and drinks. A lunch will be served at 11 a.m. to accommodate both the morning and afternoon flights. There are a number of great raffle prizes including a hockey/pool table and tickets to a Cardinals baseball game. First place winners will have a choice of a round of golf for four at Victoria National Golf Course, Donald Ross Golf Course in French Lick or Rolling Hills Country Club. Team Wassmer is also sponsoring exercise sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays at St. Francis Xavier Church Cafeteria in Poseyville from 5:30 p.m.- 6:30 p.m. through the end of May. A special fund-raiser day will be held at Ziggy’s Pub in Poseyville on Thursday, May 29. Ziggy’s will donate 10 percent of their sales from that day to the Hopf Family team. The Viking Wrestlers are selling sports themed t-shirts for $15 each. Contact Julayne Miller at (812) 589-6226 to purchase one. One Stop Express will hold its next bake sale on June 15. They are also selling wristbands and lanyards. St.Paul’s UMC team is selling relay ribbon keychains made in various colors of paracord. The cost is $5 each and they can be ordered by contacting Valerie Werkmeister at (812) 499-4917. These items from each team will also be available on the day of the event.

This year’s relay event begins with a survivor brunch in the high school cafeteria at 11 a.m. Invitations will be sent to cancer survivors on the mailing list. Please RSVP to Nancy Dougan by calling 985-5542 or e-mail her at ndougan@juno.com. The Cookin’ Friends team works very hard on the brunch each year and it would be very helpful if they knew how many people plan to attend. If you did not receive an invitation, please contact Nancy. The opening ceremony begins at noon and all the survivors will walk around the track. Their courage and their strength are symbols of what everyone fights for—a world without cancer. Those who are unable to walk, will be accommodated with a ride on a golf cart. There are many fun activities planned throughout the day to help keep the crowd lively and entertained. DJ services will be provided by John and Dalton Epley for Extreme Light and Sound. Each team will hold various fund-raisers and the live auction will be held at 6 p.m. Each team is asked to provide a donation for the auction. The luminary service will begin at 9 p.m. Anyone interested in purchasing a luminary can contact any team captain or event chairperson, Mary Peach at (812) 483-0848 or co-chair, Judy Baehl at (812) 568-3988 or Donna Nash at (812) 430-9448. Luminaries can be purchased on the day of the event until 6 p.m. However, it is helpful to purchase luminaries well in advance so that volunteers can begin working on the Luminaria service. Plans are being finalized for a special Memorial quilt fund-raiser. Fabric squares will be sold on the day of the event to kick off this exciting project. The fabric squares can be decorated at the discretion of the purchaser and creativity and uniqueness is encouraged. Squares can be embroidered, designed with fabric pens, appliquéd or printed with a picture. Those who would like to print a picture of their loved one, will be given the choice to purchase special photo fabric. Once the quilt is complete, it will be sent on a traveling display in various North Posey locations and churches. An information sheet will be included with each fabric square at the time of purchase to give additional details regarding return deadlines and examples of how squares can be decorated. The quilt will only include one square of each person who has succumbed to cancer. Families are encouraged to discuss ideas together and submit their best idea to memorialize their loved one. Canned food items are being collected and will be used as weights in the luminary bags. Following the event, all of the canned food will be divided among the local food pantries within the county. Relay participants are asked to continue to save their quarters for the Got a Quarter, Give a Quarter campaign. The quarters will be used to line the track with the hopes of having enough quarters to circle the entire track. Anyone interested in learning more about what Relay for Life is all about is encouraged to join us on the day of the event.

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The North Posey FFA would like to thank the Bulkley Family and Expressway for their support of the ‘The Next Crop Project’ fundraiser on April 26 at their Evansville location. We would also like to thank Michele Tepool and her staff of workers who made the event a success. We greatly appreciate Ram Truck Brand’s continued support of America’s farmers and the National FFA Organization. We would like to thank all the folks who took time out of their schedule to test drive the Ram pickups and support our chapter. This donation will greatly help with defraying the cost of the chapter members involved in State Career Development Events such as dairy judging and the chapter meeting team. It is with the support of the community and local business such as Expressway that our students and FFA members have opportunities to participate, compete, and experience various aspects of agriculture and the FFA. Pictured are left to right: Parker Sturgell, Daniel Motz, Erin Will, Emma Carner, Zach Goebel, Travis Koester, Derek Motz, Olivia Goebel, Robyn Bender, Olivea GlaThe following ten students were selected by the faculty of Mount Vernon High ser, and Kari Hoenert. Photo submitted School as ‘Wildcat of the Month’ for April, 2014. Students are selected based on criteria which include academics, citizenship, effort and attendance. Pictured are front row left to right: Jacob Zoch, Eric Attebury, Jessica Robinson, Brooke Summers, and Hayley Salaman. Back row left to right: Harley Bumpas, Briar The Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana will Mount Vernon Conserva- Murphy, Adam McCloud, Cameron Maier, and Tanner Curtis. Photo submitted hold it’s Second Quarter Posey County Luncheon on tion Club Annual Kids FishWednesday, May 14. The event will be held at Western Hills ing Day will be on May 17 at Country Club, starting at noon. the Mount Vernon ConservaJoin the event to hear an update on the Indiana Depart- tion Club. For ages zero - 16. ment of Transportation’s projects in Posey County, along Prizes for most fish caught in with various other updates. The cost to enter is only $15 each age group. Also, there per person. Contact Brittaney Johnson at 812-838-3639 or will be many prizes given bjohnson@ccswin.com to sign up today. away with registration ticket. Registration begins at 8 a.m. fishing begins at 9 a.m. Fishing ends at 11 a.m. with The General Electric/ of the following comlunch provided. Sabic Retirees’ luncheon mittee members: Charles will be held May 21 at Huck, 682-4219; Charles MV to host Spring the Red Wagon Restau- Crabtree, 437-1353; Rose rant in Poseyville, Indiana Benton, 643-0016; Wanda Art Show May 15, 16 The Visual Art Departat 11:30 a.m. Reserva- Cummings, 985-3478 or ment of the Mount Vernon tions should be made by Sharon Matthews, 682North Posey High School students do their rendition of Oliver’s Oom-Pah-Pah durHigh School Fine Arts AcadMay 19 by calling one 4603. ing the North Posey talent show held Saturday evening at the school auditorium. Left emy will present the Annual to right are Scott Smith, Dylan Rankin, Felisha Bailey, Aaron Korff, and Rebecca KoSpring Student Art Show rff. Photo by Dave Pearce on Thursday, May 15 and Friday, May 16, 2014. The Located at 408 Southwind Plaza. show will be open in the visual art room F102 both days Mt Vernon, IN. from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 812-838-2392 Thursday evening from 6-8 p.m. Art Show admission is Mon to Thurs: free. The Art Show will feature 11am - 9p.m. student works created secFri to Sat: ond semester. Printmaking, 11am - 10p.m. acrylic, oil and watercolor Sundays: paintings, computer graph$4 OFF Lunch Specials 11am - 9p.m. ics, sculpture and ceramics from 11 am to 4 p.m. Purchases of are some of the mediums $3.50 off your second $20 or more! students have worked in. (Dine in only. Does not order from Lunch Menu For more information CARRYOUT include alcohol. Not valid (Dine in only. Not valid on Sunabout the Art Show or about days or with other special plates) on Sundays) AVAILABLE MVHS Fine Arts Academy you may call the MVHS ofMount Vernon School Supt. Tom Kopatich shows there is more to the job than meets fice at 838-4356 or email the eye. Here, Kopatich mans the Red Cross booth during Arts in Harmony held last Stephaine Sharber at sharweek in New Harmony. Photo by Dave Pearce bersl@msdmv.k12.in.us.

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OPINION

Becker’s contributions to the economics of racial discrimination long lasting Nobel Prize-winning economist Gary Becker was internationally renowned within the economics profession, but was not nearly as well known among the general public as he deserved to be. More important, his pathbreaking ideas, including his analysis of the economics of racial discrimination, deserved to be much more a part of the many discussions of that subject.

More than half a cen- JUST tury after THE P r o f e s s o r FACTS... B e c k e r ’ s BY THOMAS l a n d m a r k SOWELL work on the economics of discrimination, most controversies on that subject, both in the media and in politics, go on in utter ignorance of his penetrating insights. So do laws and policies that

make discrimination worse. As someone who has written about racial discrimination within the framework of analysis that Becker created, I am especially indebted to him, and wish only that more people were aware of that framework, which could

Guest Editorial: Greg Allen The tides of sentiment are arising I said America’s in trouble on election night 2008 because I knew about Barack Obama’s past when a majority of the electorate didn’t; I reiterated that point once more on election night 2012. America’s never had a more divisive President than it currently has. Media personality Glenn Beck made the claim on one of his radio broadcasts that the Obama administration would go down in history as the most corrupt administration the United States has ever known - it would appear that proclamation is being fulfilled. Instead of jubilance and celebration being heralded from the White House that America elected its first African-American President, there’s detachment, fracturing, and division being promoted and hostility being exalted. The new political ploy of the day seems to be labeling someone a racist for unmitigated gain. Instead of rising above such pettiness, many wanna wallow in that mudslinging trough called degradation. I must say it’s the lowest form of self-indulgent glee, a loathing over character assassination of others, that a politician can partake. When did it become acceptable for politicians to lie without consequence? What kind of society do we live in where corruption and scandal go unabated? Where’s that dividing line between a dedicated leader and a self-fulfilling politician who’s climbing that peak of self-indulgence? When did it become more important to win at all costs and forgo integrity? When did the citizens of America become nothing more than statistics in a poll, a survey, or ticks on a bar chart? How far have we slid that those able to make a difference have allowed ‘God’ to become a four letter word? Why have we let our sense of discernment wane and allowed a foreign ideology to take hold and have charter? The world’s watching and that shining light on the hill America was is becoming a flickering flame doused by politicians who have little

concern for a country or the principles passed down by generations. I’m indeed concerned by what I see transfixing the thoughts of politicians these days. Integrity seems to be secondary and a win at all costs mentality has plagued many of them. Ronald Reagan once claimed government’s the problem, not the solution. I’ve always said ‘Prosperity breeds Complacency’ and that creed is no doubt true. But prosperity is waning for many and complacency is being replaced by concern or outrage. 93 million Americans are out of work and one not need look far to see what their foremost concerns are. But instead of trying to sympathize and rationalize the struggle and difficulty each one of those precious souls are enduring we hear petty and trifle squabbling from the nation’s capital to the point it’s becoming nauseous and an abomination. Be it prophetic or not, I claimed early on union members would turn on the Democrat party. That’s happening at present with the union wanting to land that contract for the Keystone pipeline. Obama’s indecisiveness on that pipeline has angered union leaders and they have told their constituents to vote against Democratic Congressmen who oppose the pipeline. I also claimed Barack Obama’s presidency would lack achievement. That also is coming to be for his most significant achievement has been that legislation called Obamacare. I said the young would turn on the President too; those who were swept up in those grandiose claims of ‘Hope and Change.’ Many from that group are finding they’re plagued with massive debt and no real prospects for meaningful employment after the celebration of graduation has wore off. I also said blacks would turn on Barack Obama as well. Some prominent conservative African-Americans have voiced their opposition to the President and the strong

arm of government bureaucracy has come knocking at their door for such treachery. The tides are arising in America and sentiments are a stir. Polls show a growing unrest among Americans and they blame politicians. When did politicians stop being public servants? The word ‘Servant’ needs no explanation. There’s no denying America’s system of government has become broken and corrupt. For change to occur the people will have to take a stand and say ‘Enough.’ For someone to arise and redeem dignity, that saving grace labeled the American way, from the stagnation of politics would surely be miraculous indeed. Greg Allen’s column, Thinkin’ Out Loud, is published bi-monthly. He’s an author, nationally syndicated columnist and the founder of Builder of the Spirit in Jamestown, Indiana, a non-profit organization aiding the poor. He can be reached at www. builderofthespirit.org or follow him on Twitter @GregAllencolumn.

spare us much rhetoric and offer some useful understanding instead. At a time when there are so many occasions to lament that Milton Friedman is no longer with us, when his knowledge and wisdom are needed more than ever, now we must also lament that the same is true of Gary Becker. While Becker was an economist’s economist, he also transcended the traditional boundaries of economics. He applied the kind of analysis that economists use to subjects that most economists do not usually deal with. Racial discrimination was just one of those subjects — at least before Becker came along. He also analyzed family decisions within an intellectual framework ordinarily used for analyzing economic issues, though that did not mean that he thought families were all about money. The title of a book that he co-authored with his wife, Guity Nashat, indicated something of the scope of the subjects Becker’s analysis covered: “The Economics of Life: From Baseball to Affirmative Action to Immigration, How Real-World Issues Affect Our Everyday Life.” This book was also a sign of Professor Becker’s interest in addressing an audience outside of academic economics. He also wrote a column in Business Week magazine. Despite the contempt that some economists have expressed toward sociology, Gary Becker went from being a professor of economics at Columbia University to being a professor of econom-

ics and sociology at the University of Chicago. No doubt sociology was improved by Becker’s contributions. On a personal note, my path and his crossed a few times at different places. The first time was inauspicious. I was a first-year graduate student at Columbia University and took his year-long course in labor economics. It was like no other labor economics course I knew about or had heard about — and there was a reason. He was introducing his own analytical framework that was destined to change the way many issues would be seen by the economics profession in the years ahead. The unfamiliarity of what he was saying made me skeptical. So I went to the department chairman to get permission to drop the second semester of this year-long course. He asked my reason and, never known for diplomatic skills, I said, “I am not learning anything.” That was true in itself but for reasons the opposite of what I thought at the time. Becker was teach-

Guest Editorial: Glenn Mollette Can America save everybody? 276 Nigerian schoolgirls are hurting I would like nothing more than to hear on the news that our FBI or Navy Seals have found and saved the 276 kidnapped girls in Nigeria by Boko Haram. There are reports that some of the girls have already died or are sick due to poisonous snakebites. They and their families are suffering. They need help. Boko Haram has led a five-year Islamic uprising in Nigeria that has taken the lives of thousands of people, both Muslim and Christian. Just this week an attack on Gamboru, which is on the border of Cameroon, took the lives of 300 people. In recent weeks Boko Haram’s regime has been responsible for the kidnapping of 276 young girls and is threatening to sell them into slavery. This year alone, at least 1,500 people have been killed by this terroristic group. Nigeria is a nation of approximately 170 million

people. The country is half Muslim and half Christian. The religious regime feels that Western influences are corrupting Nigeria and that a Muslim state must be enforced. Abubakar Shekau is the leader of Boko Haram which means, western education is a sin. Shekau has been in hiding with his ruthless and depraved army in the Sambisa Forest. The forest is reportedly 23,000 square miles of thick, tall vegetation filled with poisonous snakes, lions

and monkeys. It is extremely difficult to navigate. There is no place in our world for this kind of ideology carried out in the name of religion. Shekau and his militant bloodthirsty supporters are deranged psychos who wreak misery on anyone with whom they come into contact. America cannot run to every nation and put out every fire. Ukraine, Syria, Egypt and many other places are filled with serious problems and could use our help. I do not believe we are the world’s

The election day blues Because normal people would never get up at 4:00 am and work until 7:00 pm for the pittance election workers earn, governments shut down on election days so government workers and politicos can man GAVEL (and woman) the polls. Without GAMUT the pols the polls would close. Ergo, democracy demands public offices close election days, courts BY JUDGE JIM REDWINE included. If the weather gods are kind, it will storm and rain on an election day forcing idle government workers who cannot participate in partisan activities, i.e., judges, to spend their day ‘off’ actually doing what they choose. But when the infernal forces foist sunshine on an election day, at least one judge’s wife sees it as a heavenly gift. Mulch, anyone? How Peg knew May 06, Primary Day, my day off, would break nauseatingly beautiful is a secret known only in myth. But somehow she anticipated there would be no respite from good weather. Perhaps there is some special bond between some wives and the Roman goddess of weather, Tempestas, or, perhaps, Bud’s Hardware just had a special on black mulch. Regardless, in reliance on providence or upon a bargain, Peg had 100, that’s not a misprint, bags of mulch delivered to JPeg Ranch on Monday, May 05. Hello mulch, goodbye day off. As the old cowboy song goes, ‘Up at the crack of dawn,’ Peg had a written list of chores that absolutely had to be done before blessed night shut down the sweatshop. I had no idea mulch was so essential to every growing thing whether in, on, around or even under planters, flower beds and any hole or depression calling out for cover.

While the fifteen hour mulch marathon is rather a blur in my psyche, I do recall suggesting we take an occasional moment to do such nonessentials as eating or perhaps, sitting down. Peg had anticipated my ploys. She had tuna salad sandwiches and bottled water prepositioned at critical intervals and locations. I used to like tuna. Because I was afraid to voice my complaints to Peg, I offer the following blues ballad to Tempestas in hopes next election day will bring, at least, a benign tornado: I got the black mulch blues, Tempestas hear my plea. I got the black mulch blues, Tempestas hear my plea. My back is aching, what’s that woman done to me? Lift and tote them bags, spread it on the ground. Lift and tote them bags, spread it on the ground. That woman thinks a man ain’t ‘spose to n’er sit down. Election Day’s a bane, it just brings toil and pain. Election Day’s a bane, it just brings toil and pain. Tempestas, may we have elections only when it rains. Bend and shovel, man, don’t even try to shirk. Bend and shovel, man, don’t even try to shirk. Give me rain, or let me go back to what passes for ‘work.’ If it is possible that any legislators read this plea or care if they do, could we stop having election days except during January?

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ing, and teaching something important, but I just wasn’t on the same wavelength. That became a continuing source of embarrassment to me over the years, after I belatedly grasped what he was trying to get across. This has been filed with a considerable list of decisions I later regretted in the course of a long life. The next time I encountered Gary Becker was a decade later, during the defense of my doctoral dissertation at the University of Chicago. He was not on the dissertation committee, but sat in on the discussion and could not have been more gracious. Later Becker became a part-time Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, where I was also a Senior Fellow. I could never find the right time or the right way to apologize for my youthful mistake. Now that opportunity is gone. If you owe someone an apology, it is better to do it sooner rather than later. Thomas Sowell is an American economist, social theorist, political philosopher and author.

police. Nigeria is considered a very poor country but their economy is growing. They are Africa’s largest oil producer with billions of dollars in oil sales. Unfortunately most of the Nigerian wealth is in the hands of a few people and corruption abounds from business to government. They seriously need to utilize some of their oil money to develop a stronger military and police force to protect them. America cannot take care of everybody. However, trying to help Nigeria develop a better defense is something we should do and I hope we can be successful. This shouldn’t require five thousand troops. However, it may require our government sending FBI, Navy Seals, or whoever to locate and deal with Abubakar Shekau. Surely we have one drone just for him. Glenn Mollette is an American columnist read in all fifty states. Contact him at GMollette@aol.com. Like his facebook page at www.facebook. com/glennmollette.

Letters to the Editor Observations during NRA Convention There were some interesting observations at the NRA Convention in Indianapolis during the four days it was in town. There were no reports of any of the 70,000 plus visitors and NRA members committing any drive by shootings, car jackings, armed robberies, assaults, setting fire to police cars, rapes, drug dealing or any other violent crimes. It makes one wonder if there is any truth to the old adage that an armed society is a polite society. There is no doubt that many of those visitors were carrying their guns with them when they mingled inside the Convention Center, Lucas Oil Stadium, and the many restaurants, stores and other points of interest – at times sitting and standing next to folks who are always willing to point out how dangerous guns are. It was a weekend of fun and fellowship with lawful citizens including family and friends enjoying the sport of firearms

and many programs concerning the Second Amendment. Some of those events also included prayer such as the Prayer Breakfast which always sells out well in advance. I guess one may come to the conclusion that President Obama’s comments six years ago about how some people cling to their guns and religion may have a ring of truth. Though the entire four days were filled with visitors from all points of the country and a lot of activity showing enthusiasm for firearms and hunting, some may consider the NRA Convention somewhat uneventful when compared to other events being held that same weekend. Indiana University’s annual Little 500 bicycle race resulted in 187 arrests for alcohol-related violations and 38 people were arrested for the same activity during Purdue University’s Grand Pix go kart race. Abdul-Hakim Shabazz, editor and publisher of IndyPoli-

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tics, posted on his Facebook: “After checking in with IMPD, the number of major incidents involving NRA members this weekend was none. Sorry to disappoint some of you.” It was reported that the convention would bring about $55 million into the state, which will make its way into Indianapolis and the state general fund. That revenue will be dispensed to schools, agencies, organizations and many programs throughout the state. In all probability all those on the receiving end, including some politicians who detest guns and gun owners, will find that $55 million not so dirty as not to reach for it. One last observation was the friendly hospitality provided by employees in the restaurants and motels, as well as from law enforcement. It was a nice event and perhaps an occasion when downtown Indianapolis was an extraordinary safe haven. Senator Jim Tomes BOOKKEEPING CONNIE PEARCE Pocobooks@aol.com

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Movie: ››› “Grease” (1978, Musical) John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Stockard Channing. B FAM (6:00) Movie: ›››‡ “The Breakfast Club” (1985) Movie: ››› “Superbad” (2007, Comedy) Jonah Hill, Michael Cera. Å C COM (5:54) Movie: ››› “Get Him to the Greek” (2010, Comedy) Jonah Hill. Å

: ESPN2 Drag Racing ; ESPN College Softball

WNBA Basketball: Chicago Sky at New York Liberty. (N) (Live) Å

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How I Met Your Mother (14) Å

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

Eyewitness News at 10pm (N) Å

Deadliest Catch (In Stereo) (PG) Å

48 Hours (N) (In Stereo) (PG,V) Å

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

48 Hours (In Stereo) (PG,V) Å

2 Broke Girls (In Stereo) (14) Å

Movie: ››› “Spider-Man 2” (2004, Action) Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, James Franco. Peter Parker fights a man who has mechanical tentacles. (In Stereo)

Deadliest Catch (In Stereo) (PG) Å

Friends With Better Lives (14)

Seinfeld “The 9 + WEHT Sponge” (PG,D)

Everybody Loves Raymond (PG)

Two and a Half

L * WEVV Men (14) Å

% WTBS

(6:00) Alaska: The Deadliest Catch (In Stereo) (PG) Å Last Frontier (PG)

CABLE CHANNELS # WGN-A Funny Videos (PG) America’s Funniest Home Videos (PG) America’s Funniest Home Videos (PG) Bones (In Stereo) (14) Å

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Inside Edition The Insider (N) (In Seinfeld “The Weekend (N) (PG) Stereo) Å Gum” (PG) Å

) ` WNIN NewsHour Wk

BROADCAST CHANNELS

SATURDAY EVENING 6:30 7:00

≠ FOOD Diners, Drive (G) ∞ CMT Reba (PG) Å ≤ HALL The Waltons (G)

American Gypsy Wedding (14) Say Yes (G) Unveiled (PG) U TLC Say Yes (G) WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (N) (In Stereo) (PG) Å V SYFY Pirates-Worlds King of Hill (PG) Cleveland (14) Cleveland (14) X TOON Regular Show (PG) King of Hill (PG) Bizarre Foods America (PG) Å Ghost Adventures (PG) Å [ TRV Man v. Food (G) ¨ HGTV House Hunters (G) Caribbean Life (G) Caribbean Life (G) Caribbean Life (G) Caribbean Life (G)

AP

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The First 48 (In Stereo) (14) Å ? A&E The First 48 (14) B FAM (5:30) Movie: ››› “Remember the Titans” (2000) Futurama (14) Futurama (14) C COM Daily Show (14)

Boxing: Friday Night Fights. Joachim Alcine vs. Delvin Rodriguez. (N) Å SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å Olbermann (N) Å : ESPN2 College Softball NBA Basketball: Teams TBA. (N) (Live) Å ; ESPN NBA Countdown NBA Basketball: Teams TBA. (N) (Live) Å Movie: ››› “Wedding Crashers” (2005, Comedy) Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn. Å (DVS) < TNT (6:00) Castle (PG) Movie: ››› “Wedding Crashers” (2005, Comedy) Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn. Å (DVS) Full House (G) Full House (G) Full House (G) Friends (PG) Å Friends (PG) Å Friends (In Stereo) (PG) Å > NICK Breadwinners (Y7) SpongeBob (Y7) SpongeBob (Y7) Full House (G)

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The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (N) (In Stereo) (14) Å

American Masters (N) (In Stereo) (PG) Å

14 News at 10:00PM (N) Å

Nature “Leave It to Beavers” (N) (G)

Wheel of Fortune

Daily Show (14)

The 700 Club (In Stereo) (G) Å

Trip Flip (PG)

12:30 Cops Reloaded (In Stereo) (PG) Å

Cops Rel. (PG)

Food Court Wars (G) Cops Rel. (14)

Wheel of Fortune

Nazi Mega Weapons (N) (PG) Å

Barbara Walters: Her Story Celebrating the journalist’s life. (N) (In Stereo) Å

) ` WNIN PBS NewsHour (N) Washington Week Charlie Rose

NOVA (N) (PG) Å (DVS)

Hawaii Five-0 “Ua Nalohia” The team watches Mary’s baby. (14,V) Å

Shark Tank Reusable storage box; cookware. (N) (PG) Å

NBA Tonight (N)

Triptank (N) (MA)

Chicken (14)

Cops Rel. (PG)

Golden Girls (PG) Golden Girls (PG) Golden Girls (PG) Golden Girls (PG)

. $ WFIE “Hawaii” (N) (G)

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit The Chicago PD “The Docks” Platt and team targets a photographer. (14) Voight discuss their pasts. (N) (14,V)

Who Wants to Be 9 + WEHT a Millionaire (PG)

Charlie Rose (N) (In Stereo) Å

Revolution “Memorial Day” A plan to steal mustard gas goes awry. (14,L,V)

L * WEVV Men (14) Å

) ` WNIN PBS NewsHour (N) Nature “Leave It to Beavers” (N) (G) . $ WFIE “Hawaii” (N) (G)

The Late Late Show With Craig Fergu- How I Met Your son (N) (In Stereo) (14) Å Mother (PG) Å

Nightline (N) (G) Å

Parks/Recreat (14) 30 Rock (14) Å The Pete Holmes Show (MA) Dual Survival: Untamed “Deadly Dunes” The Arabian desert. (14) Å Americans (MA)

Bar Rescue “Crappy Cantina” (PG,L)

SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

South Park (MA)

NCIS: Los Angeles “Greed” (14,L,V)

River Monsters: Unhooked (PG) Å

Trip Flip (PG)

Restaurant: Impossible (G)

House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

Diners, Drive (G) Frasier (PG) Å

Blue Bloods Erin is held hostage in the courtroom. (In Stereo) (14) Å

Jimmy Kimmel Live Emily Blunt; Daymond John. (N) (In Stereo) (14) Å

Parks (PG) Conan (14) Å

The Insider (N) (In Stereo) Å

Late Show With David Letterman Barbara Walters; Elle Fanning. (N) (PG) Engagement (PG) Parks (PG) The Pete Holmes Show (N) (MA)

Inside Edition (N) (PG) Å

Two and a Half Men (14) Å

Eyewitness News at 10pm (N) Å

Suburgatory (N) (14) Å

Nashville “On the Other Hand” Rayna plans a free concert. (N) (PG,L) Å

The Middle (N) (In Stereo) (PG) Å

Deal With It Patriot Conan (14) Å and Escort. (14)

Engagement (PG) Engagement (PG) Engagement (PG) Engagement (PG) Engagement (14)

Modern Family (N) Mixology “Last (PG) Å Call” (N) (14,D,L)

Survivor Friends are turned to enemies. Criminal Minds “Demons” The investiga- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Cath(N) (In Stereo) (PG) Å tion in Texas continues. (N) (14,L,V) erine Willows helps with a case. (14)

Two and a Half

Engagement (14)

South Park (MA)

NCIS: Los Angeles (14) Å (DVS)

River Monsters (In Stereo) (PG) Å

600 Pound Mom (PG,L) Å

Shake It Up! “Future It Up” (G)

Mod Fam (PG)

Cory in the House Hannah Montana (G) Å (G) Å

Mod Fam (PG)

River Monsters: Unhooked (PG) Å

Half-Ton Killer: Transformed (14)

A.N.T. Farm “influANTces” (G)

Half-Ton Killer (In Stereo) (G) Å

Good Luck Charlie Dog With a Blog “Appy Days” (G) (G) Å

Property Brothers (G) Å

Movie: ››› “Let Me In” (2010)

Restaurant: Impossible (G)

Family Guy (14)

Diners, Drive (G)

Cops Rel. (14)

Cops Rel. (PG)

American Dad (In Stereo) (14) Å

12:00

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Cops Rel. (PG)

Golden Girls (PG) Golden Girls (PG) Golden Girls (PG) Golden Girls (PG)

11:30

Cops Rel. (PG)

Cops Rel. (PG)

11:00

Frasier (PG) Å

10:30

Family Guy (In Stereo) (14) Å

The Late Late Show With Craig Fergu- How I Met Your son (N) (In Stereo) (14) Å Mother (PG) Å Parks (PG)

Friends “The Last One” The six friends say goodbye. (14)

Diners, Drive (G) Frasier (PG) Å

How I Met (14)

Who Wants to Be 9 + WEHT a Millionaire (PG)

Nature “Leave It to Beavers” (N) (G)

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L * WEVV Men (14) Å CABLE CHANNELS # WGN-A Funny Videos (PG) Engagement (14) The Big Bang Theory (PG)

The Big Bang Theory (14)

The Big Bang Theory (14)

Family Guy (14) Å The Big Bang (DVS) Theory (PG)

Family Guy (In

Unfinished (14)

% WTBS Stereo) (14) Å

Dual Survival Joe and Cody’s opposing Kodiak “Do or Die Together” A whale survival styles. (14) Å carcass on the beach. (14,L,V) Å Fargo Lester has a close call. (MA)

Countdown (14)

Bar Rescue “Scary Mary’s” (PG,L)

Bring It! The dancers feel pressure to perform. (PG) Å

Baseball Tonight (N) (Live) Å

Olbermann Å

SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

The Mentalist “18-5-4” (14) Å

Olbermann (N) (Live) Å

Inside the NBA (N) Å

Friends (14) Å

George (PG)

Friends (In Stereo) (14) Å

SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

Full House (G)

Friends (14) Å

Baseball Tonight (N) (Live) Å Full House (G)

NBA Basketball: Teams TBA. (N) (Live) Å Full House (G)

Friends (14) Å

NFL Live (N) Å

Bring It! “Behind the Battles” Memorable Bring It! “Behind the Battles” Memorable Bring It! “The Lock-In” Dianna calls for performances. (N) (PG,L) Å performances. (PG,L) Å an all-night rehearsal. (PG,L) Å

The Americans (MA)

Dual Survival Joe and Cody’s opposing Kodiak “Do or Die Together” A whale survival styles. (N) (14) Å carcass on the beach. (N) (14,L,V)

Bring It! The dancers feel pressure to perform. (PG) Å

Hungry Investors (In Stereo) (PG)

Dual Survival: Untamed “Deadly Dunes” The Arabian desert. (N) (14)

(6:00) Dual Sur-

Bring It! “The Lock-In” Dianna calls for an all-night rehearsal. (PG,L) Å

The Americans (N) (MA)

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(6:00) Bring It! (PG) Å

Hungry Investors (In Stereo) (PG) 7 SPIKE Bar Rescue (PG) Bar Rescue (In Stereo) (PG) 8 FX Movie: ››› “Super 8” (2011, Science Fiction) Kyle Chandler, Elle Fanning, Joel Courtney.

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South Park (MA)

Movie: ›› “Accepted” (2006, Comedy) Justin Long, Jonah Hill, Blake Lively.

Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG)

Full House (G)

SportsCenter 2014 Draft Academy (N) : ESPN2 SportsCenter (N) Jon Hamm ; ESPN (6:00) MLB Baseball: New York Yankees at New York Mets. From Citi Field in Flushing, N.Y. (N)

< TNT (6:00) NBA Basketball: Teams TBA. (N) (Live) Å Full House (G) Full House (G) > NICK Sam & Cat (Y) ? A&E Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) Melissa (14) Baby Daddy (14) B FAM Melissa (14) Key & Peele (14,L) South Park (MA) C COM Daily Show (14)

Mod Fam (PG)

River Monsters: Unhooked (PG) Å

Movie: ››› “The Matrix Reloaded” (2003, Science Fiction) Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss. Freedom Movie: ››‡ “The Matrix Revolutions” (2003, Science Fiction) Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss. Neo, fighters revolt against machines. ‘R’ (Adult situations, violence) Å Morpheus and Trinity battle vicious machines. ‘R’ (Adult situations, violence) Å NCIS: Los Angeles “Callen, G” (14,V)

River Monsters (In Stereo) (PG) Å

(4:00) Movie: ››

NCIS: Los Angeles “Burned” (14,V)

River Monsters: Unhooked (PG) Å Mod Fam (PG)

River (PG) Austin & Ally (In Stereo) (G) Å

900 Pound Man: Race (14)

Good Luck Charlie Jessie (In Stereo) “Doppel Date” (G) (G) Å

600 Pound Mom (PG)

Movie: ››› “Tarzan” (1999) Voices of Tony Goldwyn. Animated. A man raised by apes meets other humans. ‘G’

(6:00) NCIS (14)

I AMC “The Core” (2003) J AP R USA Dog With a Blog

S DISN (G) Å (DVS) Movie: ›› “The Uninvited” (2009, Horror) Elizabeth Banks, Emily Browning, Arielle Kebbel.

10:00

Movie: ››‡ “Final Destination 2” (2003) Ali Larter.

U TLC Heaviest Man (PG) 600 Pound Mom (PG,L) Å V SYFY (5:30) Movie: ››› “Let Me In” (2010, Horror)

Food Paradise (PG) Å

Bggg Bttls (G)

American Dad (14) American Dad (14) Family Guy (PG) Bggg Bttls (G)

Trip Flip (N) (PG)

Diners, Drive (G)

Property Brothers (G) Å

Frasier (PG) Å

9:30

Frasier (PG) Å

Cleveland (14)

Restaurant: Impossible (G)

House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

9:00

Frasier (PG) Å

Trip Flip (N) (PG) Restaurant: Impossible (G)

Property Brothers (G) Å

The Middle (PG)

8:30

The Big Bang Theory (14) Å

8:00

To Be Announced

Cleveland (14)

King of Hill (PG) X TOON Regular Show (PG) King of Hill (PG) [ TRV Man v. Food (PG) Bizarre Foods America “Seattle” (PG) Property Brothers (G) Å ¨ HGTV Buying (G)

The Middle (PG)

7:00

7:30

≠ FOOD Restaurant: Im. (G) Save My Bakery (N) (G) ’70s Show (14) ’70s Show (14) ∞ CMT Reba (PG) Å The Waltons (G) Å ≤ HALL The Waltons (G)

6:30

THURSDAY EVENING BROADCAST CHANNELS Eyewitness News at 9PM (N)

Last Call With Carson Daly (N) (14)

The This Old House Hour (G) Å Late Night With Seth Meyers Maya Rudolph; Lake Bell; Eddie Izzard. (14)

Charlie Rose (N) (In Stereo) Å

The Arsenio Hall Show Shannen Doherty; Jasper Redd. (N) (14) Å

Reign “Slaughter of Innocence” Francis and Mary take action. (N) (14,D,V)

Coming Back With Wes Moore (PG)

The Vampire Diaries “Home” Markos leaves Sheriff Forbes horrified. (14,L,V)

14 News at 10:00PM (N) Å

Eyewitness News

_ ( WTVW at 6:30PM (N)

America’s Generations (G)

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (N) (In Stereo) (14) Å

Cool Spaces! “Libraries” (G) Å

Jimmy Kimmel Live Shailene Woodley; Nightline (N) Aasif Mandvi. (N) (In Stereo) (14) Å (G) Å

Rosemary’s Baby Rosemary’s health declines. (N) (In Stereo) (Part 2 of 2) (14,S,V) Å

Late Show With David Letterman (N) (In Stereo) (PG) Å

30 Rock (14) Å

Hollywood Game Night Jerome Bettis; Michael Weatherly. (N) (14) Å

Wheel of Fortune

Eyewitness News at 10pm (N) Å

Parks (PG)

) ` WNIN PBS NewsHour (N) The Electric Road Trip (N) (G) Å

Two and a Half Men (14) Å

Parks (PG)

The Pete Holmes Show (MA,L)

. $ WFIE “Hawaii” (N) (G)

Black Box “Exceptional or Dead” Ali questions her career path. (N) (PG,D,L)

How I Met (14)

Conan Actor Ray Romano; actor Tom Felton. (14) Å

The Insider (N) (In Stereo) Å Elementary Sherlock and Joan must help Mycroft. (N) (14) Å

How I Met (14)

The Pete Holmes Show (MA,L)

Inside Edition (N) (PG) Å Bad Teacher (N) (In Stereo) (PG)

How I Met (14)

Fast N’ Loud Richard tries to quickly flip Lords of the Car Hoards A 1955 Poncars. (In Stereo) (14) Å tiac Chieftains. (In Stereo) (14) Å

Grey’s Anatomy The doctors bid Cristina farewell. (N) (14) Å

The Millers “Mother’s Two and a Half Day” (PG,D,L) Men (14) Å

How I Met (PG)

Conan Actor Ray Romano; actor Tom Felton. (14) Å

Grey’s Anatomy Callie receives terrible news. (In Stereo) (14) Å

How I Met (14)

Fast N’ Loud (In Stereo) (14,D,L) Å

The Big Bang Theory (N) (PG) How I Met (14)

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

Movie: ›› “Freedomland” (2006) Samuel L. Jackson.

Cops (PG) Å

Jail (14) Å

Cops (PG) Å

Cops (14) Å Movie (PG)

Anger (14)

Baseball Tonight (N) (Live) Å SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å CSI: NY “The Deep” (PG,D,V) Å The First 48 (In Stereo) (14) Å

Hawaii Five-0 “Palekaiko” (14,L,V)

Olbermann (N) Å

Movie (PG) SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å Hawaii Five-0 “Heihei” (14,V) Friends (14) Å

George (PG) The First 48 “Blood Feud” (14) Å

Colbert Rep (PG)

After the First 48 “Burning Rage”

Full House (G)

Friends (14) Å The Killer Speaks (N) (14) Å

Daily Show (14)

Fresh Prince (G)

Fresh Prince (PG) Fresh Prince (G) Colbert Rep (PG)

At Midnight (14,L) Tosh.0 (14,L)

Daily Show (14)

Fresh Prince (G) Tosh.0 (14,D,L)

Tosh.0 (14,D,L,V)

The 700 Club (In Stereo) (G) Å

Full House (G)

Castle “Heartbreak Hotel” (PG,L,V)

NBA Basketball: Teams TBA. (N) (Live) Å

Baseball Tonight (N) (Live) Å

Movie: ››‡ “The Vow” (2012) Rachel McAdams, Channing Tatum.

Countdown (14)

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

iMPACT Wrestling (N) (In Stereo) (14) Å Anger (14)

Rampage (14)

Fast N’ Loud “Fast Moving F100” Richard picks up a ’72 Ford Pantera. (14)

Who Wants to Be 9 + WEHT a Millionaire (PG) Two and a Half

Movie (PG)

The Big Bang Theory (14)

L * WEVV Men (14) Å How I Met (14)

Cops (PG) Å

Fast N’ Loud Aaron buys a ’63 Ford Falcon. (In Stereo) (14) Å

Family Guy (14) Å Family Guy (14) Å The Big Bang (DVS) (DVS) Theory (14)

CABLE CHANNELS # WGN-A Funny Videos (PG) How I Met (14) Family Guy (In % WTBS Stereo) (14) Å

(5:00) Movie (PG)

Movie: ››‡ “The Vow” (2012) Rachel McAdams, Channing Tatum.

Cops (PG) Å

(6:00) Lords of the Lords of the Car Hoards: Kingdom Redone (In Stereo) (14) Å

0 DISC Car Hoards (14) FX

7 SPIKE Cops (14) Å 8 9 LIFE

SportsCenter : ESPN2 SportsCenter (N) Inside: U.S. Soccer’s March to Brazil Best of the NFL ; ESPN NBA Countdown NBA Basketball: Teams TBA. (N) (Live) Å Castle “Cops & Robbers” (PG,L,V) < TNT (6:00) Castle (PG) Castle “Demons” (PG,V) Å (DVS) Instant Mom (PG) See Dad Run (PG) Full House (G) Full House (G) > NICK Sam & Cat (G) The First 48 (In Stereo) (14) Å After the First 48 “Burning Rage” (N) ? A&E The First 48 (14) Always Sunny (14) Always Sunny (14) Tosh.0 (14) Å

Movie: ››› “Remember the Titans” (2000, Drama) Denzel Washington, Will Patton.

To Be Announced Good Luck Charlie Good Luck Charlie Shake It Up! CeCe A.N.T. Farm (G) Å “Study Date” (G) is in a funk. (G) “infANT” (G) Å

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (14) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (14)

Rocky Mountain Bounty Hunters (14)

Movie: ›››‡ “Shrek” (2001, Comedy) Voices of Mike Myers. Animated. A monster Movie: ›››‡ “Shrek” (2001, Comedy) Voices of Mike Myers. Animated. A monster Movie: ››› “Space Cowboys” (2000, Adventure) Clint Eastwood. NASA reunites and a donkey make a deal with a mean lord. ‘PG’ Å and a donkey make a deal with a mean lord. ‘PG’ Å four aging flyboys for an urgent mission. ‘PG-13’ (Adult language) Å

B FAM (5:00) Movie: ››› “The Rookie” Chappelle’s (14) C COM Daily Show (14) (4:00) “The Matrix

I AMC Revolutions” ‘R’

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (14) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (14) Movie: ››› “Friday” (1995, Comedy) Ice Cube, Chris Tucker. Å

North Woods Law (PG) Å

To Be Announced

Rocky Mountain Bounty Hunters (14)

Law & Order (14)

North Woods Law (PG) Å

J AP

R USA

Good Luck Charlie Dog With a Blog (G) Å (G) Å

Dog With a Blog

Austin & Ally (In Stereo) (G) Å

Movie: “Radio Rebel” (2012) Debby Ryan. A shy teen develops an alter ego that becomes popular on the radio.

Good Luck Charlie Jessie (In Stereo) (G) Å (G) Å

S DISN (G) Å

Frasier (PG) Å

Chopped Canada (G) Frasier (PG) Å

Chopped Canada (N) (G) The Middle (PG)

Cops Rel. (PG) The Middle (PG)

Movie: ››› “Rocky II” (1979) Sylvester Stallone. Underdog Philly fighter gets another shot at heavyweight champ.

Food Court Wars (N) (G)

American Gypsy Wedding (14) American Gypsy Wedding (14) Gypsy Sisters (In Stereo) (14) Å American Gypsy Wedding (14) Gypsy Sisters (In Stereo) (14) Å American Gypsy Wedding (14) U TLC Gypsy (14) Movie: ››‡ “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End” (2007, Action) Johnny Depp. Jack Sparrow’s friends join forces to save him. Movie: ›› “The Ruins” (2008, Horror) Jonathan Tucker, Jena Malone. The Seamstress V SYFY The Uninvited King of Hill (PG) Cleveland (14) Cleveland (14) American Dad (14) American Dad (14) Family Guy (14) Family Guy (14) Loiter Squad (14) Eric Andre Sh. (14) Delocated (14) American Dad (14) X TOON Johnny Test (Y7) King of Hill (PG) Bizarre Foods/Zimmern (PG) Mysteries at the Museum (N) (PG) Mysteries at the Museum (PG) Å Mysteries at the Museum (PG) Å Mysteries at the Museum (PG) Å Mysteries at the Museum (PG) Å [ TRV Man v. Food (G) Fixer Upper (N) (G) Å Rehab Addict (G) Rehab Addict (G) House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G) ¨ HGTV House Hunters (G) Rehab Addict (G) Rehab Addict (G) Rehab Addict (G) Rehab Addict (G) House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

≠ FOOD Am. Best Cook (G) Chopped “Mother’s Day” (G) ’70s Show (14) ’70s Show (14) ∞ CMT Reba (PG) Å The Waltons “The Rebellion” (G) ≤ HALL The Waltons (G)

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16 W. Main Street â&#x20AC;˘ Poseyville , Ind . â&#x20AC;˘ 812-874-2170 Ziggyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pub, located on Main Street in Poseyville, not only provides a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;down homeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; atmosphere, and the local sports crowd a place to gather for games and a cold beer, but it also serves a wide variety of food. Pizza, catfish, burgers, chicken wraps, appetizers, steaks, and seafood are some of the items available for dine-in or carryout Tuesday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Friday and Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s from 11 a.m. to 1 or 2 a.m. â&#x20AC;&#x153;On the weekend weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re here until the crowd goes home,â&#x20AC;? smiling owner David Zickefoose, better known as â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Ziggyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; shares. He and wife of 19 years, Tammy, reside in Stewartsville where they are raising Austin, Adrianna, Jordan and Brianna. Ziggy has lived in the Poseyville area since 1975 and, coming from Mount Vernon, Tammy has called Posey County home her whole life. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We love this town, love the people in it, people sometimes come in on a daily basis,â&#x20AC;? they share. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tammy and a friend of hers were looking to open a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;dinerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; several years ago. We actually found a different location and had everything set up there, then this place that used to be known as â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Playhouseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; for many years became available. We loved the location, so a lot of changes were made, and here we are.â&#x20AC;? Ziggy loves to cook, so youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll probably find him in the kitchen when you visit. Ziggyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pub is strongly involved in the community with donations made to school events, Relay for Life, and church auctions just to name a few. They offer entertainment at least once a month, and the bar area is equipped with several flat screen televisions on which several games are being displayed. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Although, if the Colts are playing, theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re on all the TVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s,â&#x20AC;? laughs Ziggy.

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Food for Thought â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Michelle: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ziggyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s has been a place that Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve eaten at only a few times, and Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve always had pizza. Well, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m glad I branched out to try something different, although now there will be more things that I will crave that I shouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t eat. We must have been really hungry since we ordered Cheese Fries and BBQ Wings, which was a perfect way to start off the meal. But, the highlight of the experience was my Prime Rib Sandwich... best ever, complimented with my choice of creamy Cole Slaw. I know, it doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t sound like it would go together, but trust me, it was terrific. Now, all that being said, one of the best things I noticed about Ziggyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s was simply the service... not just friendly, but truly funny. It all made for a great relaxing lunch. Canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t wait to go back and try one of their famous Ziggy Burgers. Zach: â&#x20AC;&#x153;There is nothing quite a like a Ziggy Burger. I opted for the western version. What is the requirement for a Ziggy Burger? Well, first of all, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sitting between two slabs of texas toast.

My western burger was topped with bacon, bbq and onion straws. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a great burger that none of Ziggyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s competitors offer. I complimented my burger with a side of onion straws, another great Ziggy specialty. We all tried out the Buffalo wings, and while I usually stay away from buffalo flavored chicken, I can honestly say they were great. I ate more than my fair share of the wings, which had a nice crispy crust, perfectly complimenting the juicy, mouth-watering inside. Best of all, they had a nice kick, but werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t too spicy. I highly recommend Ziggyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s if you are in the Poseyville

area.â&#x20AC;? Theresa: Although they are famous for their â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Ziggy Burgersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; another of their best sellers is the chicken wrap. Which is what I had and I can understand why it is a top seller. It was delicious. I paired it with an order of spicy fries and a tall glass of Coke. It was so full of lettuce, bacon, cheese and chicken that I could only muster the ability to eat half of it. And might I just say, the other half was just as delicious when I ate it for supper. You should seriously try Ziggyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Living in Poseyville, we frequent there a lot. Hope to see you sometime.

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Vikings put up 30 runs in pair of wins this week By Dave Pearce The North Posey Vikings claimed perhaps their biggest scalp of the season this week, pummeling the Evansville Central Bears by a score of 15-4. The Vikings scored their runs on only nine hits but more impressively, were patient and disciplined at the plate and picked up five walks. Senior Collin Wood is rounding himself into shape to be the ace of this year’s pitching staff by holding a very good-hitting Central team to four runs on seven hits. Central’s Taylor Brown took the loss. According to North Posey Coach Darrick Wiggins, despite the lop-sided score, the Vikings were not at their best, especially early. “We started out slow with a few mental mistakes in the field,” Wiggins said. “Also Collin had trouble early by getting his pitches out over the plate where their players could get the ball up in the wind (gale force).” With the wind in excess of 25 miles per hour at times, the Bears did hit a pair of wind-aided home runs off of Wood in the second inning. “But once he settled in and started placing the ball where they could not get their hands extended he did an excellent job of keeping them off balance,” Wiggins said. “He pitched a fine game against a hard hitting baseball team.” Christian Jones led the Vikings in the hit-

ting department, going 3-for-3 while James Marshall was 2-for-5, Derek Lindauer was 1-for-4, Zack Carl was 1-for-4, Damon Cardin was 1-for-4, and Griffin Wiethop was 1-for-2. It was a good week offensively for the Vikings as they scored 30 runs in two games while giving up only six. In the only other game played this week, the Vikings thrashed Wood Memorial in Oakland City by a 15-2 score. The Vikings scored 15 runs on eight hits and five Wood Memorial Trojan errors. Wood tallied two runs on two hits and a pair of Viking errors. Zack Carl got the win and James Marshall came in late in the game as a reliever. “We continued our winning ways by outhitting Wood Memorial on Tuesday,” Wiggins said. Wiggins was happy to proclaim that the North Posey bats finally woke up in the third inning, as the Vikings were having trouble with the deceptive delivery of the Trojan pitcher. “Zack Carl pitched a excellent game for North Posey as did James Marshall in relief,” Wiggins said. Bo Cox led the offensive onslaught going 2-for-3 at the plate while Jones was again a big factor, going 2-for-3 with a home run. North Posey senior pitcher Collin Woods comes with the heater during recent baseMarshall was 1-for-2, as was Conner Motz. ball action. The Viking bats seem to have come alive as they defeated Central and Ethan Morlock got a hit in his only trip to Wood Memorial this week, scoring 15 runs in each of the wins. Photo by Dave Pearce the plate and Michael Bender was 1-for-3.

Wildcat tennis stems the tide, enjoys great week By Steven Kochersperger With just a week left in the regular season portion of the High School tennis year the Mount Vernon Wildcat tennis team looks to be peaking at the right time. The Lady Cats are on a roll and have had a dramatic turn in their

season. Mount Vernon won both match-ups this week, both against conference foes, to find themselves with an overall record of 6-5. Those wins against Boonville and Vincennes Lincoln show that the ladies are playing their best tennis and just at the

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Sons of American Legion Golf Scramble The annual sons of American Lefion Golf Scramble will be held Saturday, June 28, 2014 at the Countrymark Golf Course. Tee Times are 7 a.m. and 1 p.m. Cost: is $160 a Foursome. For Information & to Register contact Waxey Walker 838-4130. 2014 Pool opening day celebration The Mount Vernon-Black Township Parks and Recreation Department is happy to announce an Opening Day Celebration for Brittlebank Pool on Saturday, May 24 from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Admission will be $1 and each guest will receive a free hot dog. Every hour there will be a drawing for a one day family pass, and a 10 day single pass will be given away at 5 p.m. Finally, the day will end with the releasing of flying wish lanterns. $1 admission will continue on Sunday, the 25. If you have any questions please contact Ruth at 812-838-4586. Free Physical Night set for Mount Vernon High School athletes Each year, the IHSAA regulates high school athletes to have a physical exam, insurance waiver and disclosure form on file in the athletic office. No high school student athlete will be allowed to try out, condition or participate in any sport unless the required forms have been turned in and properly completed. The annual Mount Vernon High School Free Athletic Physical Exam Night has been set for Wednesday, May 21,2014. There will be no make-up date. This exam is made possible through the cooperation of doctors and nurses from our community who volunteer their services to our athletic program. Students who are planning to participate in any Junior High or High School sport during the 2014-2015 school year should make every effort to be present on the above date. Incoming seventh and eighth grade athletes will be examined beginning at 6) p.m. and next school year high school athletes will be examined beginning at 6:30 p.m. based on the following alphabetical order: A thru F-6:30 p.m.; G thru L-6:45 p.m.; M thru R-7 p.m.; and S thru Z-7:l5 p.m. No Admittance After 7:30 p.m. Student athletes will not be examined if pages one and four are not properly completed and signed by parents and athletes. Forms may be picked up at the Junior High office for incoming seventh and eighth graders. IHSAA athletic physical forms for incoming high school athletes may be picked up in the Athletic Office between 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Brittlebank Pool now accepting sign-ups, offering pre-season passes Brittlebank Pool office is open and we are taking sign-ups for Swim Team. Come join the team. Coaches will be Aaron Duckworth, Taylor Cullman and Kelsey Turner, practice starts May 27. You may get your pre-season pass at the pool. We are also taking sign-ups for swim lessons,, teaching the class will be Water Safety Instructors, the three coaches, plus Hannah Cross and Ashley Walls. Other instructors will be available if needed as we strive to have as much one on one as we can have. For more information contact the Pool office between the hours of 8 a.m.-.5 p.m. 838-4586.

high school athletes would feel the pressure and seem to fold, Salaman seems to be embracing the new opportunity, doing whatever it takes to get the team a win. Salaman split her two match ups this week dropping one to the Alices and winning one against the Pioneers. Salaman defeated Boonville’s Macy Dimmett 6-1, 6-2 to help her team pick up the all important number one tennis spot win last Monday. The number two and number three spots were perfect this week for the Wildcats. Zoe Burkhart, playing in the number two spot right now, defeated Boonville’s Agata Przondziono 6-1, 6-1 before turning around the next day to defeat Vincennes Lincoln’s Claire Dillon 6-1, 6-2 to gain herself a perfect week. Wildcat Megan McCarty also had a perfect week for Mount Vernon defeating Boonville’s Kaleigh Howard 6-0, 6-0 before turning around to beat her Alices opponent Allison Dong 6-1, 6-1. The other spot on the Wildcat roster that went 2-2 this past week was the number one doubles spot. Riley Keating and Brooke Simpkins won both of their matches to help Mount Vernon clinch both wins. Keating and Simpkins beat their Boonville opponents 7-6(4), 6-1 as well as their Vincennes

Hayley Salaman comes up with a big serve in a recent match. Salaman is now the third player used in the number one slot for Mount Vernon. Photo by Steve Kochersperger Lincoln opponents 6-1, 6-3. In number two doubles Wildcat players Katie Huff and Emily Keitel split a pair of match-ups defeating Vincennes Lincolns’ Malayia Ellis and Cassidy Szady 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 on Tuesday afternoon. Overall the Wildcats were able to defeat Boonville 4-1 before coming back the very next day to beat Vincennes

Lincoln 5-0 in varsity tennis play. The team hopes to continue their winning ways as they travel to Castle on Tuesday afternoon. The team will then return home Wednesday to take on Tecumseh and will then end their regular season at North High School Thursday and at the Heritage Hills Invitational on Saturday morning.

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North Posey Red, Black open Babe Ruth season By Conner Voegel Finally, it is that time of the year, when you smell the grilled foods and cannot resist the urge to have one. It is the time when you get the camera out to catch every exciting moment while you swat 1000 gnats. It seems to change from 42 to 95 degrees in the blink of an eye. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s right, it is the beginning of baseball season for North Posey Babe Ruth. North Posey Red and North Posey Black had a battle at their own field on Saturday evening. Is there any better way to start off the season than against your fellow friends/Vikings? It is the first game of the season, so some may argue the result doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t matter, it is just time to figure out what your team is capable of. However the players and coaches of these two teams beg to differ. This is a rival game and whoever wins, you could say, gets bragging rights until the next game. But, this game is more than bragging rights this game is â&#x20AC;&#x153;full out war.â&#x20AC;? Both North Posey teams are highly respected in the Babe Ruth league, with

North Posey Black winning either the league or the league tourney the last two years, and North Posey Red being a dominate force for awhile. Both teams this year are highly capable of winning the league and it may simply depend on if they believe in themselves and buy into what their coaches are saying. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We came into this game believing that we could win, and never let go of that thought,â&#x20AC;? said head coach of North Posey Red Josh Stoneberger. North Posey Red started off strong, and never let up. Shane Harris, the young 13-year-old started the second inning with a single which ended up leading to a ten run inning. North Posey Red won 15-7. Their offense never let down and either did their pitching. Jordan Goedde, a second-year player for Red, went into the fifth with a comfortable lead, and he did not let his teammates down. Goedde gave up just three runs in five innings while throwing a whopping 106 pitches. Harris and Wes Voegel followed Goedde to the hill to

close out the game. Stoneberger also has four 13-year-olds starting. With Dalton Rankin and Ethan Rose still playing high school ball they had to start the so called â&#x20AC;&#x153;rookies,â&#x20AC;? but there was no one there that called them rookies Saturday night. The four 13-yearolds that started: Shane Harris, Jarrett Motz, Seth Morrow, and Jacob Newman, which may I remind you all play in the infield, acted as if they were veterans and showed they were there and ready to play. Brandon Hamman started off on the bump for North Posey Black. He threw well, but just had one of those nights were it seemed he could throw as fast as Aroldis Chapman and still not get anyone out. All pitchers have those games and Blackâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s head coach, Damien Word, knows Hamman will have a great year. North Posey Black also had their fair share of â&#x20AC;&#x153;rookiesâ&#x20AC;? starting on their tough squad. A.J. Reynolds, Corey Heath, and Dalton Cox all started for Word, and he was pleased with their effort. Heath was one of the

leading hitters for the team going three-for-four. With Ethan Morlock and Quinton Fife still playing high school ball, Black was without their â&#x20AC;&#x153;aceâ&#x20AC;? and lead off hitter. Even though Black did not win tonight they still know they have a lot of baseball ahead of them, they know they are plenty good to win, and will be a full forced team in a couple weeks. In the end though, Red earned â&#x20AC;&#x153;bragging rights,â&#x20AC;? winning 15-7, but Black knows they have one more game with Red and will be out for revenge. Both teams are strong, and will be for years to come. North Posey Blackâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s schedule for the week of May 11 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 16 will be Monday at home (7 p.m.), Wednesday at home (7 p.m.), and Saturday at home (7 p.m.). North Posey Redâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s schedule for the week of May 11 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 16 will be Monday away at Haubstadt (7 p.m.), Wednesday away at Ft. Branch (7 p.m.), and they also have a game Saturday at home, which will begin at four in the afternoon.

North Posey Blackâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s speedster Luke Gries is congratulated by coach Ryan Montgomery following a hit on Saturday. Babe Ruth season is underway. Photo by Dave Pearce

Viking track enjoys personal bests Special to the News The North Posey boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; track team traveled to Reo Monday night, May 5, for a 5 p.m. outing versus the host South Spencer Rebels and came away with 54 points. This was an outstanding effort for the tracksters given the fact that they gave up two relays which scored five points each for the home team and 0 for the visiting Vikings and nine points in the pole vault because North Posey does not vault. South Spencer finished with 78 points while the Vikings tallied 54. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We were forced, due to financial constraints and the false impression that the conference was going to give up the event to drop it from our program,â&#x20AC;? said head boys track coach

Mike Kuhn. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kind of a shame,â&#x20AC;? he continued, â&#x20AC;&#x153;because North Posey has had a rich tradition of vaulting and former Head Coach Paul Rynkiewich took a real interest and pride in it and we had several conference champions and sectional qualifiers. And, strangely enough, the event has taken off since we dropped it and expanded so that women are now vaulting too. As far as I know, just Gibson Southern and North Posey are the only two conference schools who do not participate in the event.â&#x20AC;? Scoring first place for the Vikings were the 3200-relay team of Max Wright, Holt Will, Gabe Mayer, and Mitch Heldt with a personal best time this season of 9:10. Blue ribbons were also handed out to Shane Martin

in the 3200, Mitch Heldt in the 800, and Zack Wargel in both the shot put and discus. In both events Wargel recorded season-bests of 43â&#x20AC;&#x2122;7â&#x20AC;? in the shot and 123â&#x20AC;&#x2122;5â&#x20AC;? in the discus. Second place ribbons were awarded to Jon Alcantara in both the 110 high hurdles, and 300 low hurdles, Ryan Garcia in the 1600 meter run, A.J. Sims in the 400, Will in the 800, Luke Gries in the 200, and Willy Howard in the 3200. White ribbons were awarded to Garcia in the 110 high hurdles and 300 low hurdles, Gries in the 100, Jonah Quirk in the 1600, Wright in the 400, Quirk in the 3200 and Heldt in the high jump who recorded a personal best at 5-foot2. In the long jump there was a tie between Cory Kern and Isaac Mayer for third place.

Overall, it was the best meet of the year for the Viking boys who now have the rest of the week to practice and get ready for next weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s away meet at Wood Memorial beginning at 5 p.m. on May 12 and the conference meet. The girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; PAC conference meet will be at Tell City and begin on Tuesday, May 13 at 5:30 p.m., while the boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; conference meet is slated for Thursday, May 15 at 5:30 p.m. At right, North Posey senior Shane Martin finishes the 3200-meter run during a recent meet. Known more for wrestling, he won the event in a match-up at South Spencer this week. Photo by Dave Pearce

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Wildcats finding true form, gain three straight wins

Austin Montgomery lays down a bunt in a game to help his team move the runners over. The Wildcats have now won three straight games. Photo by Steve Kochersperger

By Steven Kochersperger In a week that began just as bad as a team could imagine, it ended in the opposite fashion for the Mount Vernon baseball team. The Cats began the week with a lopsided loss at Castle 11-1 but turned around and won three straight games. Those three came in a great way too as Mount Vernon beat Mount Carmel 16-2, Memorial 6-5, and Princeton 10-7 to bring their season record to 11-7. The Mount Vernon bats were eerily quiet against Castle but seemed to come to life against Mount Carmel Thursday evening. The Wildcats found themselves stuck in a 1-1 tie after the second inning and that’s when the bats found new life. Mount Vernon would score two in the third and three in the fourth to go ahead 6-1 after four innings of play Thursday. Two innings later the Cats found themselves ahead 7-1 and ended up scoring nine runs in the sixth inning to put the game away. Logan Brown, Bryce Newman, and Brandon Merrick each had two RBIs against Mount Carmel and Trevor Veeck pitched a great game Thursday to keep the Golden Aces from getting much in the way of runs against the visiting Wildcats. That 16-2 win over Mount Carmel was just what the doctor ordered as the Wildcats took that win and continued to believe in themselves the rest of the week. Mount Vernon played a pair of games on the road Saturday at Memorial and then at Princeton as the team continues to get caught up on early season rain-outs. Against Memorial Saturday afternoon the Wildcats found themselves down 5-0 early and the team felt that nothing was going right for Mount Vernon. The Wildcats committed four errors early on that led to Memorial getting runners on and over in the early stages of the contest. Memorial is a potential sectional opponent.

Mount Vernon was able to get a run in the fifth inning and entered their final three outs in the seventh down by four runs. And while most in the stands did not give Mount Vernon a fighting chance at this point in the game, the guys in the Wildcat uniforms continued to believe in themselves and each other. The Wildcats were able to get four runs across in that seventh inning to tie the game at 5-5 and send the game into extra innings Saturday. The contest would go a complete nine innings and when all was said and done it was senior Bryce Newman who stepped to the plate and delivered the game-winning hit for Mount Vernon. The Cats had come from behind Saturday to beat the Tigers of Evansville Memorial 6-5 in dramatic fashion for their second win of the week. Mount Vernon then took the excitement they felt from the early afternoon and traveled to Princeton to take on the Tigers in the ever important Big Eight Conference match up. Mount Vernon went down early once again as Princeton scored two runs to open the first inning. But Mount Vernon would get their runs once again in bunches and ended up scoring six runs in the fourth inning to put themselves firmly ahead. The Cats looked to several pitchers to get the job done Saturday at Princeton and when the game came to an end after seven innings it was Mount Vernon who walked away with a 10-7 win over the Tigers. The Cats now find themselves with an improving record of 11-7 heading into this weeks schedule of games. Mount Vernon will travel to Jasper to take on the Conference leaders on Tuesday before heading home to play Harrison on Wednesday and Central on Thursday evenings. The Cats will finish their week with a game against Tell City in the opener of the Charlestown invitational on Saturday morning.

Lady Vikings start strong, finish week with the ‘blahs’ By Dave Pearce It was not a stellar week for the North Posey Viking softball team. Coming off a few weeks of playing what seemed like every day, the Lady Vikings had one game cancelled because of the weather this week and lost twice on the road, at Vincennes Lincoln and at South Spencer. They did manage to defeat Southridge and Mount Vernon early in the week before seemingly taking some mental time off as the week progressed. “We beat Mount Vernon early in the week 8-3 and Ashley Schorr pitched and it seemed like everyone contributed,” Gentil said. But on Wednesday, the Southridge Lady Raiders were no match for the Lady Vikings with Haylee Elderkin on the mound as the Vikings held the Lady Raiders scoreless and took the 10-0 shortened-game victory. The trouble then came at the end of the week. “It just seems like we are missing the enthusiasm we had and we’ve got to get that back,” Coach Gary Gentil said following the two losses. “But we have played a lot of ball and you’re going to have a little bit of that sometimes. Hopefully, we got it out of our system and will be ready to finish the season strong.” The Vikings will have to get ready fast as they have the potential for four games this week, starting with a long trip to Tell City that was scheduled for Monday and playing host to Pike Central on Tuesday. Both are important Pocket Athletic Conference games. On Wednesday, the potential exists to play Mount Vernon again, providing rain doesn’t force one of the conference games to be made up on Wednesday. Then on Friday, the Vikings will host Wood Memorial. At Vincennes Lincoln, the Lady Vikings hit the ball early and took a lead behind the pitching of Haylee Elderkin but after the Alices got back into the contest, the Vikings were never able to put anything together. Hannah Ogg came in on the mound but the Vikings could not generate offense later in

Under the watchful eye of her first base coach, Viking speedster Kelsey Owen slides in under the tag during a windy 10-0 win over Pocket Athletic Conference rival Southridge. Photo by Dave Pearce the game. Then against South Spencer, a talented group from Spencer County again caught the Vikings off their game as they were able to hit starter Ashley Schorr while the Viking offense was again present early-on but seemed to go away as the game progressed. Elderkin was brought in in relief against the Lady Rebels but a home run by the Rebels seemed to take at least some of the fight out of the Vikings and they were never able to recover. “We made some blunders and some mental errors in both of those games,” Gentil said. “As a matter of fact, they were just about carbon copies of each other.”

Blake Gamblin continues to be hot at the plate as she had multiple hits in both contests, helping boost her batting average to a team-leading .470. Kayla Sanford, and Ally Brandenstein also continued to hit the ball well. “Ever since the Carmi Tournament, Blake has just been seeing the ball really well,” Gentil said of the junior. As the season begins to wind down, Gentil knows he has a competitive group of girls who are going to put it all together for a stretch run and a run in the tournament. “That’s what I have liked about this team all season,” Gentil said. “They always battle. They don’t like to lose and they are going to come out of this week fighting.”

USI’s Eagles headed back to NCAA tourney The eighth-ranked University of Southern Indiana baseball team starts NCAA Division II Tournament play by hosting the Midwest Regional May 15-18 at the USI Baseball Field. The Screaming Eagles are making their fifth appearance in the tournament in the last eight seasons and are hosting the regional for the second time since 2010. Ticket prices are $10 for adults and $5 for children/ students per day. Championship Day ticket prices are $8 for adults and $3 for students. No advance ticket sales. The Eagles (41-11) are

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seeded Grand Valley State University (37-11), thirdseeded Drury University (41-11), fourth-seeded Wayne State University (35-15), and fifth-seeded Lake Erie College (3120). GVSU plays Lake Erie in the regional opening game Thursday at 11 a.m., while the second

game features Drury and Wayne State at 3 p.m. All start times are tentative and subject to change. Drury won the Great Lakes Valley Conference Championship, while GVSU won the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title this weekend.

SPORTS SCHEDULE Tuesday May 13 Baseball: Mount Vernon at Jasper 6 p.m. North Posey at Forest Park 5:30 p.m. Girls track and field: Mount Vernon at Big 8 Championships 5:30 p.m. North Posey in PAC Championships at Tell City 5:30 p.m. Tennis: Mount Vernon at Castle 5:30 p.m. Golf: Mount Vernon at Harrison 4 p.m. Softball: Pike Central at North Posey 5 p.m. Wednesday May 14 Baseball: Harrison at Mount Vernon 5:30 p.m. Softball: North Posey at Mount Vernon 5 p.m. Tennis: Tecumseh at Mount Vernon 5 p.m. Bosse at North Posey 4:30 p.m. Thursday May 15 Baseball: Central at Mount Vernon 5:30 p.m. North Posey at Boonville 5 p.m. Boys track and field: Mount Vernon at Big 8 Championships 5:30 p.m. North Posey at PAC Championships at Tell City 5:30 p.m. Softball: Vincennes Lincoln at Mount Vernon 5 p.m. Tennis: Mount Vernon at North 4:45 p.m. Golf: Mount Vernon at Boonville/South Spencer 4:30 p.m. Pike Central at North Posey 4 p.m. Friday May 16 Softball: Wood Memorial at North Posey 5:30 p.m. Tennis: North Posey at North 4:30 p.m. Saturday May 17 Baseball: Mount Vernon vs Tell City at Charlestown Invite 11:30 a.m. Memorial at North Posey 10 a.m. Golf: Mount Vernon at Big 8 Championships 10:30 a.m. North Posey in PAC Championships 12 p.m. Softball: Mount Vernon at Central invite 8 a.m. Tennis: Mount Vernon at Heritage Hills Invite 9 a.m. Monday May 19 Baseball: Mount Vernon at North 5 p.m. North Posey at Washington 5:30 p.m. Golf: Mount Vernon at North/North Posey 4:15 p.m. Softball: North Posey at Boonville 7 p.m. Tennis: South Knox at North Posey 4:30 p.m.


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Wildcats play well at times, show signs of brilliance

Wildcat freshman catcher Jody Fisher listens and smiles as coach Dave Bell helps his player between innings. Fisher caught a great game but the cats lost this one at North Posey. Photo by Steve Kochersperger

By Steven Kochersperger The Mount Vernon Wildcat softball team had another up and down week on the field as their season continues to be highlighted by struggles as well as great play. The team dropped a game this past Monday at North Posey 8-3 and 9-1 at Princeton Tuesday before turning right around and beating Evansville Bosse Wednesday to show that they are able to look forward after a disappointing loss. At North Posey the team got going early and found themselves ahead after the first inning, something they have not done much this season. Andrea Dick, returning back to the team after missing several weeks due to injury, got things going in the top of the first inning with a base hit. Ellen Denning followed Dick with a hit of her own and Mount Vernon got on the board first when freshman Jody Fisher doubled to make the score 1-0. Kelly McCloud also doubled in the first inning to plate two runs and when the Wildcats finally took the field for the first time in the opening inning they had a 3-0 lead. This lead had the Wildcats feeling good about themselves and their chances at North Posey as freshman hurler Hayley Goad looked good early on. Goad held the Vikings at bay in the first four innings and struck out the side in the second inning to get her team back at the plate. It was in the fifth inning that the tide would turn and North Posey would get going while quieting Mount Vernon those final few innings. The home Vikings would get going early and were able to get timely hits from just about everyone on their batting order in the fifth inning. North Posey scored six times in the bottom of the fifth inning off of re-

liever Madison Denning to go ahead 6-3 over Mount Vernon with just two innings left in the ball game. North Posey would score two more insurance runs in the sixth inning and allow only two hits, a Kelly McCloud infield hit and an Ellen Denning double, the rest of the way. North Posey shut down Mount Vernon in the seventh inning pretty quickly and the Wildcats were sent home losing the cross county rivalry 8-3 Monday evening. Hayley Goad had five strike-outs on Monday as she pitched four innings against the Vikings. The Wildcats did not think they played to their potential in the game Monday at North Posey and wanted to come out against Princeton and Bosse the next two days and show that they can rebound. After dropping the all important conference road game 9-1 at Princeton on Tuesday evening the Cats then traveled to Bosse on Wednesday in hopes of righting their ship in a week of disappointment. The Cats did just that as they used their timely hitting and defense to down the Bulldogs at home Wednesday evening. The Cats finished their week with an overall record of 7-10 in hopes of improving this week as the season continues. The Wildcats will host the North Posey Vikings this Wednesday evening as well as the Vincennes Lincoln Alices on Thursday. The Cats then head to the Evansville Central Invitational on Saturday in hopes of getting a few more wins to add to their belt as sectionals fast approach. The Cats will need their great pitching and hitting to come together if they want the roller coaster ride to end and this team has showed they can do just that.

Lady Vikings win two of three, lock up second place in PAC By Dave Pearce When the North Posey Vikings defeated the Forest Park Rangers 4-1 early this week in tennis, it set up a single match to determine who would claim the Pocket Athletic Conference crown. While the Vikings would battle early, the Gibson Southern Titans had too much at every position and shut out the Vikings to take sole place of the conference crown and leave the Vikings in second. But against Forest Park, the Vikings were fighting not only their opponents but also a strong wind as neither team was able to gain much in the way of momentum. North Posey won the first set of all five of their matches and won in straight sets in four. The only set-back came at No. 1 doubles where Liz Watzlavik and Madison Werry took the first set before falling 6-4, 6-1, 6-1. Other scores were as follows: No. 1 S Shelby Ackerman (NP) def Amie Weyer (FP) 6-2 6-3 No. 2 S Maddie Koester (NP) def Paige Uebelhor (FP) 6-2 6-0 No. 3 S Brooke Bender (NP) def Maddison Beckman (FP) 6-2 7-5

No. 1 D Jordan Buechler/Kereston Hochgesang (FP) def Liz Watzlavik/Maddi Werry (NP) 4-6 6-1 6-1 No. 2 D Morgan Alvey/Vanessa Krohn (NP) def Kiersten Hasenour/Katie Begle (FP) 6-3 7-6 (7-5) In reserve action, North Posey was also a 3-2 winner. Viking winners included Baylee Willman, Cidney Colbert/Kendra Schorr, and Amanda Marshall/Abbi Voegel. But the Titans had too much experience for the Vikings as the results that follow would indicated: No. 1 S Haley Decker (GS) def Shelby Ackerman (NP) 7-6 6-2 No. 2 S Taryn Goedde (GS) def Maddie Koester (NP) 6-3 6-1 No. 3 S Alexis Elpers (GS) def Brooke Bender (NP) 6-4 6-2 No. 1 D Taylor Kiesel/Katie Scott (GS) def Liz Watzlavik/Maddi Werry (NP) 6-4 6-4 No. 2 D Maddy Priar/Lauren Stuckey (GS) def Morgan Alvey/Vanessa Krohn (NP) 6-4 7-5 While the overall score was 5-0, the Vikings learned they can play with the best team in the conference and should the teams meet again, the Vikings will know from the

get-go that they have a chance to win at every position if they step up their game just a notch or two. In reserve action, the Titans also had the edge with the only winner for the Viking reserves being the doubles team of Amanda Marshall and Abbi Voegel. The Vikings eliminated Heritage Hills from the title picture earlier in the week, claiming a 3-2 decision over the Patriots. The scores were as follows: No. 1 S Shelby Ackerman (NP) def Meredith Balbach (HH) 6-0 6-0 No. 2 S Maddie Koester (NP) def Vanessa

Lahee (HH) 6-4 6-0 No. 3 S Brooke Bender (NP) def Alexis Rube (HH) 6-3 6-2 No. 1 D Hannah Turner/Krystal Schmidt (HH) def Liz Watzlavik/Maddi Werry (NP) 6-3 7-6(11-9) No. 2 D Kayla Hildenbrand/Amber Schmidt (HH) def Morgan Alvey/Vanessa Krohn (NP) 6-4 2-6 6-4 The Viking reserves white-washed the Patriots 4-0 as Viking winners were Roni Inkenbrandt, Baylee Willman, Abbi Voegel/ Amanda Marshall, and Kendra Schorr/Cidney Colbert.

 



  

 



 



 

 

  

   

        

 

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LEGALS Court News Arrests May 1 Timothy Burnett—Mount Vernon—Warrant, Theft— PCS May 2 Blaine W. Davis—Wadesville—Warrant, Burglary x 3, Theft x 4—PCS Roger Mayes—Evansville—Warrant, Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Marijuana (Petition to Revoke)—PCS William Gross—Mount Vernon—Operating a Vehicle as an Habitual Violator— MVPD Little Bear Sullivan— Mount Vernon—Driving While Suspended—MVPD May 3 David Claspell—Evansville—Warrant, Fraud, Forgery, Theft—PCS Birchel R. Smith—Mount Vernon—Driving While Suspended—MVPD May 6 Lamar Wimberly—Mount Vernon—Criminal Deviate Conduct-- MVPD May 7 Brandon Granderson— Mount Vernon—Resisting Law Enforcement, Criminal Mischief—MVPD Jimmy Clayton—Mount Vernon—Domestic Battery—MVPD Jessica Justice-Mitchner— Mount Vernon—Domestic Battery--MVPD April 12 12:47 a.m.—Department of Natural Resources—Caller advised that there is a deer on the side of the road, off on the shoulder that looks like my have been hit. When he drove past, it turned its head towards him. Is wanting someone to check the area—Hwy 69, Mount Vernon 5:02 a.m.—Harassment— Caller advised that a number keeps calling his wife’s cell phone multiple times and all they hear is cursing and someone screaming. The phone number doesn’t show up on caller ID or recent calls and when they call it back it’s the same voice yelling. They are very upset and requesting an officer at their residence— Walnut, Poseyville 6:24 a.m.—Alarm—Family room motion—Old Beech Road, New Harmony 12:48 p.m.—Drugs—Has drug activity going on at night—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 2:46 a.m.—Road Closed— Will be closed from Monday until Thursday for track repair—Smith Road, Mount Vernon 2:47 p.m.—Road Closed— Will be closed from Wednesday until Saturday for track repair—Upper Upton and Farm Bureau Road, Mount Vernon 3 p.m.—Harassment—Receiving harassing text messages and phone calls from male subject. Requesting to speak to an officer—Graddy Road, Mount Vernon 3:12 p.m.—Animal Prob-

lem—Cow out trying to get on the road—Hwy 269, New Harmony 4:38 p.m.—Theft—Caller has been gone, 50-inch TV, a game station missing, believes her son has taken it— St. Wendel-Cynthiana Road, Poseyville 5:34 p.m.—VIN Inspection—Poseyville 7:46 p.m.—Threatening—Caller and boyfriend are arguing. Male subject has threatened female. She advised that it was not physical at this time—Benthall Road, Mount Vernon April 13 1:16 a.m.—Noise—Caller advised there is a radio that is way too loud, keeping everyone awake. He has been told multiple times to turn it down and officers have been there before. He is wanting something done about it—Cougar Drive, Evansville 2:24 a.m.—Information— Is wanting to make a complaint about a battery that occurred Friday night. She is wanting an officer to call her—Cynthiana 5:11 a.m.—Suspicious— Caller advised that 10 minutes ago someone was ringing his door bell constantly. Went to the door and no one was there. He called his neighbor and the neighbor advised that right before he called him, he saw a subject run from his house to the house next door, which is vacant. Doesn’t want to speak with anyone. Just wants the area checked— Black Oak Court, Wadesville 12:39 p.m.—Shots Fired— Can hear shots firing and some sort of explosion that shook her house—Ford Road, Mount Vernon 1:23 p.m.—Standby— Wants to speak to a deputy about getting his belongings from his mother’s house that the landlord has changed the locks—Greely Street, Cynthiana 2:58 p.m.—Agency Assist—Perry Township requesting Marrs brush truck—Hogue and Creamary, Evansville 10:12 p.m.—Information—Requesting a call for information about keeping her son from caller’s property. Son has also stolen property from the caller—Chesapeake Drive, Mount Vernon April 14 8:34 a.m.—Suspicious—

Subject Drives a school bus and noticed 3 propane tanks on Copperline Road on the north side of the road. Two in a ditch and one in edge of the field—Copperline Road, Mount Vernon 8:58 p.m.—Lockout— White company truck parked in front of the business. They are aware officer not liable for any damage that may occur— Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 11:14 p.m.—Information—Caller called and advised he has a statement form filled out for deputy in reference a fraud case he is working for him—Uebelhack Road, Mount Vernon April 15 1:13 a.m.—Information— Requesting that one of the deputies give this officer a call—Posey County 1:33 a.m.—Suspicious— Caller advised that one of the shop doors is standing open and looks like a vehicle has been in the area recently— Hwy 165, Poseyville April 16 10:27 a.m.—Accident—2010 Impala, red. Is injured, very hysterical— Lower New Harmony, Mount Vernon April 19 1:16 p.m.—Motorist Assist—White Ford pickup. Subject is out of gas and does not have any money. She talked to St. Vincent and they told her to call the Sheriff’s Department. Called back, she had a friend bring her son gas. Cancel the officer—Hwy 69, Mount Vernon 11:26 p.m.—Reckless— Black Ford pickup—Hwy 66, Wadesville April 20 10:18 a.m.—Found Property—Subject has found a TV sitting on the bridge. Would like an officer to make sure it is not Stolen. If not Stolen, he would like the TV—Kuehn Road, Cynthiana 11:17 a.m.—Lockout—2010 Chrysler van. 4-year old van. They are aware deputy is not liable for any damages—Nation Road, Mount Vernon 3:04 p.m.—Domestic— Male and female in a verbal argument. Caller advised that it seems to be turning physical—Cougar Drive, Evansville 3:26 p.m.—Medical—

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Cougar Drive, Evansville 3:45 p.m.—Alarm—Front door—Hausman Road, Mount Vernon 5:24 p.m.—Miscellaneous—Has questions about a truck he bought and being able to Drive it—Graddy Road, Mount Vernon 8:33 p.m.—CarDeer—2010 Toyota minivan. Unsure if the deer is alive— Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 10:06 p.m.—Medical— Rocky Falls, Evansville April 21 7:50 a.m.—Threatening— Having property dispute with subject. He has built a building on caller’s property. She has said something to him about it and he threatened her and said she won’t be around to see it—Zoar Church Road, Mount Vernon 12:42 p.m.—Restraining Violation—Male subject keeps texting caller. There is an active protective order. This occurred several times. He has already been jailed for it before—Hidden Valley Lane, Mount Vernon April 22 8:19 a.m.—Threatening— 25-year-old brother out of control, making threats to harm other family members. Has guns in the house. Call back, said that the male subject has also threatened to shoot the cops when they pull up. Deputy called, said they are getting people out of the residence 8:53 a.m.—VIN Inspection—2014 Winnebago— Mary Anderson Road, Wadesville 12:48 p.m.—Shots Fired— Subject on Uebelhack Road area are shooting guns. Neighbors are mowing and she is afraid the stray bullets may hit the neighbors. She says they shoot all the time but was concerned for the neighbors in the area that are mowing—Uebelhack Road, Mount Vernon 1:55 p.m.—Loud Music— Loud Stereo, 2000 Chevy Impala—Cougar, Evansville 3:08 p.m.—Road Closed— Closed—Raben Road, Mount Vernon 3:23 p.m.—Traffic Haz-

ard—Black Camaro ran through the stop sign of bus arm—Twin Lakes, Evansville 4:01 p.m.—Citizen Dispute—Advised male subject’s wife is complaining to the caller that she is going to turn her in. He is a farmer and working up soil for his farm land and it’s causing dust to blow towards her house. Caller would like to speak with a deputy as she has been very verbally upset with him and he will be doing this again tomorrow—Graddy Road, Mount Vernon 5:46 p.m.—Accident— Semi overturned, Driver is out of the vehicle, is bleeding—hwy 69/Stone Road, Griffin 5:23 p.m.—Agency Assist—Subject in the office requesting to file a report that occurred in the county— Main Street, Mount Vernon 8:52 p.m.—Reckless— SUV tailgating caller, traveling at high rates of speed— Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 8:56 p.m.—Miscellaneous—Advised deputy had his car towed on Hwy 62. Would like to speak to officer about it—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon April 23 10:51 a.m.—Agency Assist—Out with probation officer—Bufkin-Springfield Road, Mount Vernon 2:54 p.m.—Domestic— Green Caravan with a black male involved in a domestic—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 5:03 p.m.—Suspicious— Requesting a deputy to check the residence. Advised there is a suspicious vehicle in her yard—Springfield Road, Wadesville 9:52 p.m.—Restraining Violation—Male subject at caller’s residence, will not leave. Caller has a restraining order. Caller is hiding in the bedroom. Caller advised that the subject drove a brown Nissan and his mother is outside as well. Male subject was picked up tonight in Vanderburgh County. Mother bailed him out and brought him to caller’s house—Barter Road, Mount Vernon 11:33 p.m.—Suspicious— Caller advised she saw a sub-

April 24 4:31 a.m.—Extra Patrol— Advised girlfriend and him went to the store. Advised soon to be ex-husband was outside residence in a Dodge Durango, black in color. Advised male subject followed caller and female into Vanderburgh County and fired several rounds at vehicle. Female advised Vanderburgh County is aware of situation as well as male subject. Caller only requested extra patrol at this time. Advised officer safety—Ramsey Court, Mount Vernon 7:13 a.m.—Information—Requesting a call from deputy—Don’s Garage, Poseyville 8:09 a.m.—Restraining Violation—Caller has a restraining order against exhusband. He is posting pictures of her and her daughter on Facebook. Caller requesting to speak to an officer— Elk Trail, Evansville 8:32 a.m.—Suspicious— Male, early 60s, Standing at intersection, has a hikers back pack, several bags attached—Watertank and St. Wendel, Poseyville 9: a.m.—911 Hang-up— No information—AJ Drive, Wadesville 12:53 p.m.—Information—Requesting to speak with deputy—Don’s Garage, Poseyville 2:11 p.m.—Criminal Mischief—Caller has had windows shot out of her vehicle. This occurred over the weekend. She stated no one called or came out—Stewartsville Road, Stewartsville 2:29 p.m.—Information— 17-year-old daughter is seeing a 20-21 year old. Has found pictures on phone— Schuessler Road, Evansville 3:21 p.m.—Road Hazard—Subject called the jail, advised there is a tree down on Springfield Road— Springfield Road, city not listed

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Mt. Vernon Youth Baseball Camp NP High School Girls’ Volleyball Team All players interested in developing their baseball skill as a player should attend. This camp is geared toward providing information and fundamentals to our young players. The coaching staff is interested in starting their work with the youth as soon as possible to keep and promote a strong baseball community.

Camp Dates: June 2-5 (M-Th) for ages 5-6-7 9:15-10:30 June 2-5 (M-Th) for ages 8-9-10 10-11:30 June 2-5 (M-Th) for ages 11-14 10:45-12:15 *In case of rain we will use June 6th as rain date. Two days of rain, we will go inside the High School in the auxillary gym.

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will be hosting camp for any girl interested in participating during the week of July 21, 2014. The campers will work on important volleyball skill sets while working with North Posey’s own volleyball team. Please fill out the following form, detach, and return the form with a check* for $25 by June 7, 2014. Campers can register at the door the day of the camp, but they will not be guaranteed a shirt. Please mail form to North Posey High School 5900 High School Road. Poseyville, IN 47633 May 20, 2014 For More Information Please Contact Head Coach, Natalie Barnard nbarnard@northposey.k12.in.us North Posey High School Volleyball Camp

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SCHOOL EVENTS The Visual Art Department of the Mount Vernon High School Fine Arts Academy would like to congratulate the following students for being honored at the 51st Annual Evansville High School Art Show in March-April. Art students selected include: in the Textiles category, ‘Space’ by Darby Bays (Third Place); in the Graphic Design category, ‘Birds and Butterflies’ by Sydney Irick, ‘Reds Fest’ by Bryce Krizan, ‘The Library’ by Whitney Schaefer, ‘Organic Shapes’ by Dane Wilson, ‘Night Dock’ by Rachel Burke, ‘Human Nature’ by Jordan Tolbert (First Place), and ‘Word Parrot’ by Nicholas Wright (Third Place); in the Ceramics category, ‘Elephant’ by Hannah Ewers; and in the Photography category, ‘Color Fall’ by Dane Wilson (Second Place). Front row left to right: Whitney Schaefer, Jordan Tolbert, Sydney Irick, and Hannah Ewers. Back row left to right: Rachel Burke, Bryce Krizan, Nicholas Wright, and Darby Bays. Photo submitted

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Fourth graders Olivia Gerton and Emily Gagnon titled St. Matthew School second graders Emily Osborne and their science fair project ‘Paper Towel Wars.’ They re- Meredith Feagley studied ‘The Science of Skittles’ for searched the absorbency and strength of several paper towel their science fair project. brands for their entry in this year’s St. Matthew Science Fair.

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THE TH HE PO POSEY OSE EY COUNTY CO OUN NTY TY NEWS NEW EWS S • SERVING SERV SE RV VIN ING G THE TH T HE HE COUNTY COUN CO UNTY UN UNTY TY SINCE SIN INCE C 1882 • WWW.POSEYCOUNTYNEWS.

AROUND POSEY COUNTY The 2014 Bicycle Blastoff, which was held on Saturday, May 10 at Marrs school, was a huge success with over 100 in attendance. The event was sponsored by the Marrs Township Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary and was designed to teach proper bicycle safety. Dan’s Comp donated two bicycles to be given away, and the boys bike went to Jaxon, and the girls bike went to Lidia. A huge shout out to Dan’s Comp for donating the BMX bikes, as well as providing minor check-ups on the bikes, airing up tires, putting on chains, taking off training wheels, etc. it was great to have them there. Bike helmets are still available if there are any kids that needs one that could not attend. They will fit them to their head; if they aren’t the proper size, they won’t keep kids safe. Anyone who needs a helmet can call Sandra at 812-453-7535.

On Friday, May, 2, North Posey Junior High took part of the day to celebrate the many accomplishments obtained this year. Pictured here are North Posey Junior High School students showing their school pride after being named a Four Star School. Photo submitted

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May 13, 2014 - The Posey County News