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The Posey County News: Honoring the past, embracing the future.

MSD Mount Vernon bids farewell to 562 years experience

Retiring teacher Paul Allison shows off his ‘happy face’ at the end of school breakfast. Photo by Lois Mittino Gray

By Lois Mittino Gray The highlight of the morning breakfast party to celebrate the last day of school for Mount Vernon district school staff was a video. It was a collage of clips made to Pharrell Williams’ upbeat tune ‘Happy.’ Students, staff, principals, and even School Superintendent Tom Kopatich, were shown bustin’ their best moves, whether that be disco, running man, the sprinkler or moon walking grooves. It was produced by employees Deb Serna and William Stein. The hilarious ‘Happy in Mount Vernon’ video was welcome comic relief as it came right after an emotional goodbye video made by the 14 retiring teachers, and four administrators. ”Together they total 562 teaching years with careers ranging from 19-36 years,” Kopatich said as he introduced them individually to standing ovations amid tears. “One even hired me,” he said, referring to Gary Redman, retiring athletic director. Retiree Paul Allison received the heartiest laugh when he was introduced as he flipped up his Marrs Elementary School staff shirt to reveal a huge yellow smiley face tee shirt underneath. Kopatich told them all they, “could sign up for the sub list right away.” The event began as staff members breakfasted in the high school cafeteria on May 23 to the music of the Mount Vernon Jazz Band, under the direction of Grant Jones. Listeners seemed to particularly enjoy ‘Summertime’ as vacation was just around the corner, but the grand finale was a rousing rendition of ‘In The Mood.’ Afterwards, Kopatich announced that the group

received the All Music Award, the highest in the state, for the first time ever in school history A contest followed as tables competed in a trivia quiz for Hawg N’ Sauce gift cards. There was a collegial fun atmosphere as players knew that the first name of Mount Vernon was McFaddin’s Bluff, General Hovey’s burial site, that Bill Keck donated cars, and Abe Lincoln walked twenty miles to borrow books from Judge John Pitcher. The bonus question decided the winner though. Tom Kopatich is the Twenty-third School Superintendent for the district, with the closest guesses being thirteenth and fifteenth. Teachers from each school were given A school pin awards. Many were in matching color school shirts and accepted awards with big smiles. Staff at Farmersville and Marrs Elementary School also received four star school pins. Years of service pins were given for one year, five, ten, fifteen, twenty, twenty-five, thirty and thirty five years, Mary Buchanan rocked the house with applause when she accepted her forty year pin and an old broom to help her walk back to her seat. She is the personal secretary to the school superintendent. Kopatich said his farewells for the year with this thought. “My father told me to always remember two things. Be gracious and appreciative and have good character. To all of yon, your character has shone greatly this year.” After dismissal, everyone went back to the classroom to clean up and wrap up another good year.

North Posey Relay for Life set for June 7 weekend By Valerie Werkmeister In just a few short days, one of the biggest and arguably one of the most important fundraisers will take place in Posey County. The North Posey Relay for Life event will be held at the North Posey High School track starting Saturday, June 7 and ending at 6 a.m., Sunday morning. This year, North Posey has set a goal of raising $103,000. All

proceeds go to the American Cancer Society’s fight against cancer. Cancer survivors will be treated to a special brunch in their honor in the high school cafeteria at 11 a.m. Invitations have been mailed and RSVPs are appreciated in order to adequately prepare enough food. The opening ceremony begins at noon and all the survivors will walk around the

Larry Fleck showed up just in time for the rain that put a damper on activities at the 15th Annual Black River Auto Fest held Sunday in Griffin. Photo by Dave Pearce

Pages of the Past JUNE 1, 2004 ~ 10 YEARS AGO David Lawrence was honored at the Mount Vernon graduation as Distinguished Alumni. Former Poseyville resident Ray Clayton gave his rendition of ‘Old Glory’ at the World War II Veterans Memorial Service in New Harmony. Nathan Seibert and Amber Pinkston announce their upcoming marriage set for June 19, 2004 at Harwood Baptist Church in Evansville. The first Old-Fashioned Block Party will be presented by the Rapp Granary-Owen Foundation in New Harmony. Sun Liquid Detergent sold for $1.99 for 120 ounces at J.L. Hirsch Grocery Store in Poseyville. Suzanne Juncker goes to IHSAA state finals after finishing the competition with a 37-foot, two and one half-inch toss in the shot put finals. MAY 31, 1989 ~ 25 YEARS AGO Tod Hinton of Mount Vernon will be touring the United States this summer with the Star of Indiana Drum and Bugle Corp. Mount Vernon School District faculty members John Bonar and Leona Becker will be retiring this year. One employee killed and two injured in an explosion at the Mount Vernon Refinery. John King, private in the U.S. Army who is heading for an overseas assignment in Germany, performed ‘Taps’ and ‘The National Anthem’ at the Memorial Day Services in Mount Vernon. Michelle Thiem of Poseyville has been selected as a state finalist in the Miss Indiana Pre-Teen Pageant. Paul G. Wade has been elected to the Board of Directors of CNB Bancshares to fill the term of Paul C. Fletchall. MAY 29, 1964, 2004 ~ 50 YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCleary have returned from a two week visit with relatives in Oklahoma and Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Broyles are announcing the birth of a daughter, Leigh Ann, who weighed seven pounds and 12 ounces. Ideal Festival Ice Cream .59 cents per half gallon at Lockwood’s in Poseyville. A crowd of over 1,000 attended the Commencement exercises at North Posey where 75 seniors received their diplomas. His performance of duties in the U.S. Army’s personnel management branch has won warm praise for Keith A. Cox who is stationed in Germany. Miss Diane Dierlam of Wadesville has been employed in the bookkeeping department of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co. in Poseyville.

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. Minute-to-win-it games, obstacle courses, frozen t-shirt contests, a kiddie parade, scavenger hunt and relay races are just a few of the events planned throughout the day and night. DJ services will be provided by John and Dalton Epley of Extreme Light and Sound. Each team will hold various on-site fundraisers. The live auction begins at 6 p.m. The Courage award will be presented at 8 p.m. right before the luminary service begins 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 fundraiser. 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 purchas-

er 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 the Relay committee on the day of the event.

Ford Home plans major renovations

Charles Ford Home located in New Harmony. Photo by Zach Straw By Lois Mittino Gray Two public community meetings were held this past week to announce renovations planned for the Charles Ford Memorial Home on Main Street in New Harmony. ‘Exciting Improvements for the Future’ was the meeting title hosted by the Ford Home Board of Directors and Administrator Amy Koch. Koch began the program with the history of the building that now serves as a residential assisted living facility for ladies. It was built in 1904 by Charles Ford for his sister and her friends. The first wing was added in 1956, north/south wing in 1972, and the east wing in 1983. It was redecorated in 1985. “That’s almost thirty years since we have done anything to this building, so it is way overdue,” Koch said. The three prong improvement plan was introduced by Board of Directors President Vicki Campbell who explained that, “Our num-

ber one priority is to make the Ford Home safe and comfortable for our residents.” The plan involves putting in a sprinkler system, a safer nurse’s call security system and reconstructing and redecorating rooms as they become open with showers and kitchenettes in the room. “We want to get things up to snuff,” she announced boldly. Bill Bridwell, Manager of Armor Fire Protection of Henderson, Ky., spoke about the Viking Dry Sprinkler System to be installed throughout the building, especially the network of piping in the attic. “Air pressure holds the water back until it is needed and then it distributes to the sprinkler heads. One head serves every 120-130 feet,” he explained while passing sample heads around to listeners. The system will immediately alert the Fire Department number. Koch said she was grateful to the Board of Directors for the foresight

to implement this even before it is mandated by the state. Because it is so hot to work in attics during the months of July and August, Bridwell felt his team would not be finished with the installation until autumn. Ryan Kerney of Vanguard of Evansville was next on the docket demonstrating the features of the new nurse’s security system. The current system is archaic and some pieces cannot be ordered anymore. Residents wear an alarm around their neck and have one near the bed and toilet to summon help. With the new system, the patients have water-resistant pendants and the nurse will know immediately what room called with pager-radio communication. There is 24/7 supervised security at the doors and it offers Resident Wandering Protection as it can even tell if a resident is outside the building. The program also keeps records and generates reports. It should be ready to go in a few months. Jason Baize of Baize Contracting showed designs for the new showers in the rooms and kitchenette furniture. He will start on the redesigns right now of two empty small rooms and one of the big rooms.

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OBITUARIES Wanda Redman Wanda Lee ‘Bonnie’ Redman, 73, of rural New Harmony, Ind., passed away on Saturday, May 31, 2014, at 11:44 a.m. at Deaconess Gateway Hospital. She was born on July 23, 1940, to Flo Champlain and Estyl Mi i E ill IInd. d Mincey, in Evansville, Wanda had been an avid bowler. She retired from the MSD of Mount Vernon after 26 years as a special needs bus driver. She was a member of Mt. Zion General Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents and a sister, Jeanette Menard of Florida. She is survived by her husband of 56 years, Martin Ray Redman; daughter, Connie (Dave) Pearce, of Poseyville; two sons, Tom Redman and Greg (Lori) Redman, both of New Harmony; brother, Ronald (Cindy) Mincey, of Nashville, Illinois; brother-in-law, Norris Menard of Zephyr Hills, Florida; grandchildren, Eric Morlock, of Georgetown, Kentucky, Michael Redman, of Mount Vernon, Thomas Redman, serving in the Air Force in Guam, and Brian Redman, of Evansville; granddaughters, Brittney Redman, of New Harmony; Carley (Sam) Redman Wright, of Havelock, North Carolina, and Sydney Redman, of New Harmony; several nieces and nephews also survive as well as a multitude of friends. Funeral service will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, June 4, 2014 at Mt. Zion General Baptist Church in Oliver, Indiana with Rev. Matt Watson and Rev. Rick Sellers officiating and burial to follow in the church cemetery. Visitation will be from 2 until 8 p.m., Tuesday, June 3, 2014 at Schneider Funeral Home, 512 Main Street, Mount Vernon and from 9 a.m., until service time on Wednesday at the church. Memorial contributions may be made in Wanda’s memory to the Mt. Zion General Baptist Church, 1425 Oliver Road North, Wadesville, IN 47638. Condolences may be made online at www.schneiderfuneralhome.com.

Floyd Adams Floyd M. Adams, 79, of Wadesville, Indiana, born to Vernon Floyd and Myrtle Maudie (Smith) Adams on September 16, 1934, in Portageville, Missouri, passed away Sunday, May 25, 2014, at his residence in Wadesill IIndiana di ith hi i wife at his side. ville, with his lloving He was the oldest of five children: Peggy Durham, Martha Brock, Nita Adams and Doris Adams (deceased). He married Pat Adams on July 27, 1955 and they were married 58 years. He was employed at Nelson Steel and Wire Company in Franklin Park, Illinois for 20 years then moved to Evansville, Indiana to work at the Evansville Regional Airport for another 20 years where he retired. He was a huge fan of the Evansville Otters and enjoyed sitting in the stands watching them play ball. He also enjoyed camping and watching his favorite major league baseball team the Chicago Cubs. He was a member of Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Wadesville, Indiana. He and his wife enjoyed raising 95 foster children who have a disability. Surviving are his wife: Pat (Hunt) Adams of Wadesville, Indiana; two daughters: Sharon (Doug) Trullinger of Belivider, Illinois and Margaret (Russell) Marion of Haubstadt, Indiana; one son: David Adams of Wadesville, Indiana; one granddaughter: Tanya (Shane) Davis of Wisconsin; five grandsons: Steven (Tina) Trullinger of Illinois, Ryan Marion of Evansville, Indiana, Austin Marion of Haubstadt, Indiana, Kevin Trullinger of Illinois and Chris (Ashley) Adams of Owensville, Indiana; 11 great grandchildren and a host of great loving and caring friends from the Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Wadesville, Indiana. Preceding him in death were his parents and three sons: Floyd (Tim), Bill and Greg Adams; one sister: Doris Adams; two grandsons: Michael Adams and Matthew Trullinger and one granddaughter: Beth Ann Adams. Funeral services were held 12 p.m., Wednesday, May 28, 2014, at the Werry Funeral Home in Poseyville, Indiana with burial in Oak Hill Cemetery in Evansville, Indiana. Visitation was from 10 a.m. until service time Wednesday, May 28, 2014, at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: Deaconess Hospice Care, 600 Mary Street, Evansville, Indiana 47747. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the family online at: www.werryfuneralhomes.com.

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Martha Moore Martha Mae Moore, 95, of Mount Vernon, passed away on Friday, May 23, 2014 at Deaconess Hospital. She was born January 17, 1919 in Owensville, Ind., to Lemuel and Floy (Smith) Waters. M th was a graduate d Martha of Mount Vernon High School. After moving from Owensville during her high school years, she was a lifelong resident of Mount Vernon. Martha was a member of Mount Vernon General Baptist Church and had lived at Solarbron for nearly 13 years. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband of 50 years, Raymond Harold ‘Peri’ Moore who died in 1991; sister, Helen Horne; brother, Walter Waters; and a baby sister, Birdie Marie Waters. Martha is survived by her daughter, Martha Sue Benton of Spencer, Ind.; son, Bruce Moore of Plano, Texas; sister, Mary Sturm of Morganfield, Ky.; grandchildren, Julie Moore Zimmermann, Jane Moore Hyslop, Eric Moore, Alex Moore, Jerry Lee Benton, David Benton, Aaron Benton; and 12 great-grandchildren. Funeral Services were held at 11 a.m., Friday, May 30, 2014 at Schneider Funeral Home, 512 Main Street, Mount Vernon with Rev. Matt Watson officiating and burial to follow in Bellefontaine Cemetery Visitation was from 4 until 7 p.m., Thursday, May 29, 2014 at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association. Condolences may be made online at www.schneiderfuneralhome.com.

Norma Jeanne Anslinger, 83 of Mount Vernon, Ind., died early Friday morning at Bethel Manor in Evansville. She was born January 14, 1931 in St. Clair Shores, Mich., the daughter of Fern and Gladys (Goldman)) G Groves. Norma Jeanne retired from General Tire in 1980. She was a member of the Reflections Adoption Search and Support Group, and the Silver Striders. She loved shopping, yard work with her roses, spending time with her grandchildren and especially loved her church as she was a charter member of Harvestime Temple in Mount Vernon. She is survived by one son, Richard Parnell of Elizabethtown, Ky.; three daughters, Vickie (Randy) Evans, Sue (Rick) Rose and Jeanne (Gary) McGennis all of Mount Vernon; a special friend, Geraldine Schweikhard and her aunt, Mary Ellen Hasenmyer. She was preceded in death by a grandson, Michael Parnell and her daughter-in-law, Shirley Parnell. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. on Monday June 2, 2014 at Harvestime Temple with burial in Bellefontaine Cemetery. Visitation was from 2-6 p.m. on Sunday, June 1, 2014 at the Stendeback Family Funeral Home at 1330 East Fourth Street, Mount Vernon and one hour prior to services at the church on Monday. Memorials are suggested to the Mount Vernon Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry. Online condolences may be left at stendebackfamilyfuneralhome.com.

Clarissa Hoehn Vera Hayes Vera Mae Hayes, 92, formerly of Griffin, Indiana, born April 6, 1922 to Theodore and Ardona (Carl) Cramer, died on May 19, 2014 in Carrolton, Texas. Vera graduated from Griffin High School and after graduation she married William Alfred Hayes of Rockyhill, Arkansas, who came to work in the newly discovered Griffin oil fields. She is survived by her two sisters: Esther Carner of New Harmony, Ind., and Maxine Barnett of Lewisville, Texas; two nephews: Michael and Jeffrey Barnett, both of Texas and a wonderful neighbor and friend: Stephany Hartong of Denton, Texas. Vera was preceded in death by her parents; her husband and a beloved nephew: Dennis O’Rear. Funeral services were held 3 p.m., Saturday, May 31, 2014 at the Werry Funeral Home in New Harmony, Indiana with burial in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Griffin, Indiana. Friends visited from 2 p.m. until service time Saturday, May 31, 2014 at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to your favorite charity in her name. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the family online at www.werryfuneralhomes.com.

Clarissa Doloras Hoehn, 86, of Mount Vernon passed away May 9, 2014. Clarissa was born October 26, 1927 to the late Herman and Cecilia Hoehn. Clarissa was preceded in death by sisters, Mary Louise French, Dorothy Weinzapfel, Sr. Irene O.S.B. and Sr. Mary Sharon O.S.B.; brothers, Herman, Jr., Joseph, Simon, Paul James and Pat Hoehn. She is survived by her sister Agnes Hoehn of Cincinnati, Ohio; children, Kathy Nelson (David), Carolyn Mason (Jonathon), Martin Parrish (Sherry) and Nancy Marshall (Michael); grandchildren, Nicholas (Jessica), Christopher (Danielle) and Benjamin (Lyndi) Mason, Daniel, Dustin and Dalton Marshall, Matthew and Cecilia Nelson, Paige and Brooke Parrish; great grandchildren, Satori, Ezekiel and Lucas Mason and ex-husband, Frank Parrish. A memorial Mass was held at 10 a.m., Monday May 12, 2014 at St. Matthews Catholic Church, Mount Vernon, Ind. Family and friends visited between 8 a.m. and service time at the church. Ziemer Funeral Home Central Chapel is handling the arrangements. Private graveside services. Condolences may be made online at www.ziemerfuneralhome.com.

Mary Means Mary K. Means, 88, of Mount Vernon, died on Sunday, May 25, 2014 at Deaconess Hospice. She was born on February 20, 1926 in Evansville, the daughter of Ernest and Florence (Gill) Kennedy. She married James E. Means in October 1948 and he preceded her in death on April 30, 2014. She is survived by one son and daughter-in-law, Richard and Julia Means of Evansville and a daughter and son-in-law, Sandy and David Schreiber of Elkhart, Ind.;

and one granddaughter and her husband, Lyndsay and Robert Stuffle, of Evansville. She was preceded in death by one sister, Shirley McBride. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 29, 2014 at Stendeback Family Funeral Home in Mount Vernon. Visitation was from 5 - 7 p.m., on Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at the funeral home. Burial was in Bellefontaine Cemetery. On-line condolences may be left at stendebackfamilyfuneralhome.com.

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RETROSPECT Obits continued from Page A3 George Fehrenbacher George H. Fehrenbacher, 86, of Evansville, passed away Saturday, May 24, 2014 at Deaconess Gateway Hospital. Mr. Fehrenbacher had been employed at Deig Brothers Construction k d i d a member of the Teamsters as a ttruck driver and Union until his retirement in 1989. He was also a lifelong farmer and a member of St. Wendel Catholic Church. George was a lifelong St. Louis Cardinal baseball and Haubstadt Raceway fan. He is survived by four daughters, Judy (Fred) Gries, Doris ‘Bic’ (Ronnie) Duncan, both of Evansville, Karla (Jeff) Tieken and Carol (Kevin) Wilzbacher, both of Haubstadt and two sons, Wayne (Diane) and George L. Fehrenbacher, both of Evansville. Also surviving are thirteen grandchildren, Tony (Jessica), Craig (Kelly), Keith (Beth), Jeremy (Erin) and George Wesley Fehrenbacher, Jennifer (Brian) Rogge, Stephanie (Tommy) Brown, Kimberly Flener, Dustin, McKenzie and Tanner Wilzbacher and Jacob and Josh Tieken and fifteen great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife of 56 years, Mary Lou (Mayer) Fehrenbacher, his parents, Mary (Hoefling) and George J. Fehrenbacher, his sister, Viola Martin, two brothers, Jerome and Leo Fehrenbacher and a grandson, Brandon Duncan. Funeral services began at 10 a.m., Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at St. Wendel Catholic Church, Rev. Ed Schnur officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery. Friends visited with the family from 2 until 8 p.m., Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at Pierre Funeral Home, 2601 W. Franklin Street where St. Wendel Parish conducted a memorial service at 4 p.m. Friends also visited with the family from 9:30 a.m. until service time Wednesday at St. Wendel Catholic Church. The family requests memorial contributions be made to St. Wendel Catholic Church. Condolences may be left online at www.pierrefuneralhome.com.

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John Riddell John ‘Jack’ Riddell, 84, of New Harmony, Indiana and formerly of Griffin, Indiana, born December 30, 1929 to Ralph and Nellie Mae (McMurry) Riddell, died on May 30, 2014. Jack graduated from Brazil (Indiana) High S h l where h he h played l d football; f School, he later played in college as well. He served in the Air Force for four years. He worked as a Petroleum Geologist from the 1960s to the 2000s. He had a great sense of humor; in the 1980s, he was under contract to Jay Leno to write jokes for ‘The Tonight Show.’ He is in the Indiana Oil and Gas Association’s Hall of Fame, and he received the Distinguished Service Award from the Professional Geologists of Indiana. He served on many boards, including Rush Creek Oil and the Posey County Community Foundation. He was a District Governor of Ruritan and President of the Indiana-Kentucky Geological Society. He is survived by his wife Audree (McMillan) Riddell of New Harmony, his two children, Jill Riddell of Chicago and Tim Riddell of Milford, Delaware, two granddaughters Della and Jacqueline Brown, three sisters, Helen Vanes and Sally Mahoney of Oregon and Norma Murphy of Lake Forest, Illinois. Jack was preceded in death by his parents, an infant son, Gregory Riddell, and two sisters, Gloria Raab and Marguerite Leachman. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m., Thursday, June 5, 2014 at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in New Harmony, Indiana with burial in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Griffin, Indiana. Friends may call Wednesday, June 4, 2014 at Werry Funeral Home in New Harmony, Ind., from 5-7 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the Posey County Community Foundation Scholarship Fund. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the family online at www.werryfuneralhome.com.

The American Red Cross is anticipating a decline in blood donations because of summer activities and vacations and it is kicking off a new campaign aimed at bringing in donors: ‘100 Days of Summer. 100 Days of Hope.’ To donate, you may call 1-800-RED CROSS or make an appointment at redcrossblood.org Upcoming blood drives in

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FSA deadline begins June 6 Greg Knowles, Posey County Executive Director, would like to remind farmers that if they have prevented planted corn they need to come into the Posey County FSA Office between June 6 and June 20 to fill out a FSA-576 form. Seed and chemical receipts are required. Also be sure to certify your Spring seeded crops by July 15. Planting dates are required. If you have any questions, please contact the Posey County FSA Office at (812) 838-4191, ext. 2.

Some things should be treasured for generations it very much. However, Todd did wear it sometimes when he was a teenager. At one time, a ‘crazy’ quilt hung on the front wall, made back in the 40s by my grandmother, Stella. The silks and brocades were sent home by her sister, Nell. She worked in one of the major movie studios, making costumes, and there were many scraps. I only wish I knew which movies they represent. Madeleine, I hope you will be sure that the most important items on the wall will never get out of the family. Many times, I see very personal items at estate sales, and feel badly that nobody wanted to keep them. It is sad to see them abandoned. Even family photos are sometimes discarded. I know that I write a lot about collecting and preserving things, but some items deserve to be cherished for generations. Sometimes, the belongings of celebrities come up for auction. I think that much of this should be in a museum, or at least on display someplace. Who knows what their fate will be in the hands of a private collector. The next time you sit down for a meal at Cracker Barrel, or at the Silver Bell, take a few minutes to muse about how some of those items saw use. My grandmother’s loving hands created lots of pies with the old rolling pin. The Dr Pepper clock hung in the

PC Health Department to offer free vaccinations to adults The Posey County Health Department is pleased to announce that we are now an Indiana Publicly Funded Adult Vaccine Provider. This program provides Tdap, Hepatitis A, and Hepatitis B vaccines at no charge to qualifying adults, 19 years of age and older. To receive this vaccine, one must meet the financial need and risk category requirements set forth

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House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

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Venture (MA)

Movie: “Rise of the Zombies” (14,L,V)

19 Kids and Counting (G) Å

Good Luck Charlie Good Luck Charlie Shake It Up! Lake (G) Å (G) Å Whitehead. (G)

Playing House (14) Playing House (14) NCIS: Los Angeles (14) Å (DVS)

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Baseball Tonight (N) (Live) Å SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

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Fargo Malvo seeks answers. (MA)

Deadliest Catch: On Deck (14)

The Pete Holmes Show (MA)

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

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Last Call With Carson Daly (N) (14)

Magic Moments: Best of 50s Pop (G)

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Dog With a Blog (G) Å

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Late Night With Seth Meyers Dennis Miller; Anna Chlumsky; Bastille. (14)

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Movie: ››› “Double Jeopardy” (1999, Suspense) Tommy Lee Jones. Å Movie: ››› “Red Eye” (2005) Rachel McAdams, Cillian Murphy. Å Movie: ›‡ “Domestic Disturbance” (2001, Suspense) John Travolta. Å < TNT The International Full House (G) Full House (G) Full House (G) Full House (G) Full House (G) Friends (PG) Å Friends (PG) Å Friends “The One in Vegas” (PG) Friends (PG) Å George (PG) > NICK The Thundermans Full House (G) Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (In Stereo) (PG) Å Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (PG) ? A&E Duck Dynasty (PG) Duck Dynasty (In Stereo) (PG) Å

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Alaskan Bush People (In Stereo) Å

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Castle “The Lives of Others” Castle believes he witnesses a murder. (PG,L)

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Movie: ››› “Definitely, Maybe” (2008, Romance-Comedy) Ryan Reynolds, Isla Fisher, Abigail Breslin. A man’s young daughter asks him about his romantic past. (DVS)

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Movie: ››› “Definitely, Maybe” (2008, Romance-Comedy) Ryan Reynolds, Isla Fisher, Abigail Breslin. A man’s young daughter asks him about his romantic past. (DVS)

Salem The town is rocked. (N) (MA)

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The 68th Annual Tony Awards Honoring excellence on Broadway. (N) (In Stereo Live) (14,D,L) Å

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Grand Canyon Serenade (G) Å

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11:00

Outdoorsman With Paid Program Buck McNeely (G)

The British Beat (My Music) British Invasion hits from the 1960s. (G) Å

Eyewitness News at 10pm (N) Å

Alaskan Bush People (In Stereo) Å

10:30

Criminal Minds “Roadkill” Vehicular homicides. (In Stereo) (14,V) Å

10:00

2014 NBA Finals: Game 2: Teams TBA. (N) (In Stereo Live) Å

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Miss USA 2014: Live From Baton Rouge Contestants vie for the crown. (N) (In Stereo Live) (PG) Å

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Criminal Minds “Bully” A series of murders in Kansas City. (14,L,V)

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Last Comic Standing “Invitational 4” The final round of invitationals. (14,D,L)

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Treehouse: Out on a Limb (PG)

George (PG)

Friends (14) Å

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Friends (PG) Å

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Full House (G)

Full House (G)

Dave Chappelle: Killin’ Softly (MA)

Fresh Prince (PG) Fresh Prince (PG)

Criminal Minds “The Crossing” (14,V)

Half Hour (MA)

Fresh Prince (G)

Full House (G)

Half Hour (MA)

Fresh Prince (G)

Full House (G)

The 700 Club (In Stereo) (G) Å

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Gown (PG)

Halt and Catch Fire “I/O” Texas’ Silicon Prairie. (14,L,S,V) Å

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Treehouse Masters (N) (PG) Å

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Movie: ›››‡ “Up” (2009) Voices of Ed Asner. Animated. An old man flies away in a balloon-powered house.

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Continuum (14)

Wil Wheaton (14)

Continuum (N) (14)

Aqua Teen (PG)

Mysteries at the Museum (PG) Å

Chicken (MA)

Diners, Drive (G)

Mysteries at the Museum (PG) Å

Family Guy (14)

Cops Rel. (PG)

Mysteries at the Museum (PG) Å

American Dad (14) American Dad (14) Family Guy (14)

Diners, Drive (G)

Mysteries at the Museum (PG) Å

Diners, Drive (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

12:30

Saturday Night Live (In Stereo) (14) Å

1st Look (In Stereo) (PG)

Paid Program

Private Practice Sheldon counsels a veteran. (In Stereo) (14) Å

Discoveries (G)

Everybody Loves Raymond (PG)

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

Open House NYC (In Stereo) (PG)

14 News at 10:00PM (N) Å

How I Met Your Mother (14) Å

Paid Program

Eyewitness News at 10pm (N) Å

30 Rock (14) Å

Everybody Loves Raymond (G)

Two and a Half Men (14) Å

Engagement (PG) Engagement (PG) 30 Rock (14) Å

Wild Brazil (In Stereo) Å

Wild Brazil (In Stereo) Å

Movie: ››› “Young Adult” (2011, Comedy-Drama) Charlize Theron, Patton Oswalt. Movie: ››‡ “Just A writer returns to her hometown to recapture an old flame. Friends”

Deadliest Catch (In Stereo) (PG) Å

Deal With It (14)

Bones Heart failure. (14) Å

David Garrett: Music -- Live in Concert (G) Å

Bones “The Double Death of the Dearly Criminal Minds Killer asks the team to Departed” Heart failure. (14,V) help him stop. (In Stereo) (14) Å

12:00

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Frasier (PG) Å

Love It or List It (G) Å

Wild Brazil (N) (In Stereo) Å

11:30

Cops Rel. (PG)

House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

48 Hours (N) (In Stereo) (PG,V) Å

The Big Bang Theory (14)

The Big Bang Theory (14)

Wild Brazil (N) (In Stereo) Å

The Big Bang Theory (14)

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

Deadliest Catch (In Stereo) (PG) Å

Full House (G)

Friends (PG) Å

Friends (14) Å

SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

Friends (In Stereo) (PG) Å

Baseball Tonight

SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

Friends (PG) Å

George (PG)

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SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

Cops (PG) Å

Louie (MA)

Full House (G)

Cops (14) Å

Cops (PG) Å

Cops (PG) Å

Louie (MA)

Cops (PG) Å

Cops (14) Å

Cops (14) Å

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Cops (PG) Å

Cops (PG) Å

Cops (PG) Å

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Cops (PG) Å

Sam & Cat (N) (G) iCarly A martial arts champion. (G)

Movie: ››‡ “The Da Vinci Code” (2006) Tom Hanks. A religious mystery could rock foundations of Christianity.

College Baseball: NCAA Super Regional: Teams TBA. (N) (Live) Å

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11:00

Cops Rel. (PG)

10:30

Cops Rel. (PG)

10:00

Golden Girls (PG) Golden Girls (PG) Golden Girls (PG) Golden Girls (PG) Frasier (PG) Å

House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

9:30

Diners, Drive (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

Movie: “Nearlyweds” (2013) Danielle Panabaker, Naomi Judd. (G) Å

9:00

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8:30

’70s Show (PG)

8:00

’70s Show (PG)

7:30

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7:00

60s Girl Grooves (My Music) Girl groups and singers of the 1960s. (G) Å

(3:30) Avatar

Burn Notice “Broken Rules” Michael joins a criminal organization. (PG)

Gordon Lightfoot: Live in Reno The singer performs. (In Stereo) (G) Å

Movie: ››› “The Princess and the Frog” (2009) Voices of Anika Noni Rose, Bruno Eyewitness News at 9PM (N) Campos. Animated. A fateful kiss leads to an epic adventure.

Eyewitness News

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The Blacklist (In Stereo) (14) Å

Elementary “Solve for X” A mathematician is murdered. (14,L,V) Å

Sing Your Face Off Willie Nelson, Freddie Mercury. (N) (In Stereo) Å

) ` WNIN Tenors: Lead (G)

Blue Bloods “No Regrets” A tragedy occurs to multiple people. (14,L,V)

Bet on Your Baby Navigating an obstacle course. (N) (In Stereo) (PG) Å

Wheel of Fortune

Seinfeld “The Wig 9 + WEHT Master” (PG)

Everybody Loves

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Movie: ››‡ “The Day After Tomorrow” (2004, Action) Dennis Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal. Global warming leads to worldwide natural disasters. ‘PG-13’ (Adult situations, violence) Å

Mod Fam (PG)

Halt and Catch Fire “I/O” Texas’ Silicon Prairie. (14,L,S,V) Å

Mod Fam (PG)

Bad Dog! (In Stereo) (PG)

My Tiny Terror “Pint Sized Monster”

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (14)

Bad Dog! (In Stereo) (PG)

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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (14)

Strange Sex (MA)

My Cat From Hell (In Stereo) (PG)

Sex Sent Me to the E.R. (14) Å

Jessie Luke hurts his knee. (G) Å

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (14)

Mod Fam (PG)

Mod Fam (PG)

My Tiny Terror “Pint Sized Monster”

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Cat From Hell (PG) My Cat From Hell (N) (In Stereo) (PG)

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Return to Amish (In Stereo) (14) Å

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Jessie Zuri plans a A.N.T. Farm (In tea party. (G) Stereo) (G) Å

Lab Rats “Scramble Kickin’ It “RV There Austin & Ally (In the Orbs” (Y7) Yet?” (Y7) Stereo) (G) Å

Sex Sent Me to the E.R. (N) (14) Å

Strange Sex (14)

Movie: ›› “Ramona and Beezus” (2010, Comedy) Joey King. A mischievous girl and her big sister must save their family’s home. (In Stereo) ‘G’ Å

Boondocks (MA)

Property Brothers “Kate & Cole” (G)

Ghost Adventures (PG) Å

Bleach (N) (14)

House Hunters Renovation (G) Å

The Dead Files (PG) Å

Naruto (14)

Cops Rel. (PG)

Cops Rel. (PG)

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Iron Chef America (G)

One Piece (N) (Y7)

Dynamite (14)

House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

The Dead Files (PG) Å

Movie: Red Planet

Amer. Dad (PG)

House Hunters Renovation (N) (G)

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Cops Rel. (PG)

Space Dandy (14)

Ghost Adventures (N) (PG) Å

Movie: ›› “Drive Angry” (2011, Action) Nicolas Cage, Amber Heard. Å

King of Hill (PG)

Property Brothers “Kate & Cole” (G)

Cops Rel. (PG)

Chopped “Chocolate Challenge” (G)

Attack (14)

Ghost Adventures (PG) Å

Iron Chef America (N) (G)

Boondocks (MA)

Property Brothers “Olivia” (G) Å

Chopped “Chocolate Competition” (G)

My Big Redneck Family (PG)

Family Guy (14)

X TOON Firehouse Dog [ TRV Food Parad. (PG)

Chopped “Sweet Surprises” (G)

Swamp Pawn (PG)

Movie: ››‡ “XXX” (2002) Vin Diesel. Premiere. A spy tries to stop an anarchist with weapons.

¨ HGTV Hunters Int’l (G) ≠ FOOD Diners, Drive (G)

Movie: “Looking for Mr. Right” (2014) Vivica A. Fox. Premiere. (G) Å

King of Hill (PG)

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A.N.T. Farm “scav- Austin & Ally (In ANTger hunt” (G) Stereo) (G) Å

S DISN Knight Moves” (G)

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L * WEVV Men (14) Å

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Late Night With Seth Meyers (N) (In Stereo) (14) Å

Carole King -- James Taylor Live at the Troubadour (G)

NBC News Special: Brian Williams D-Day (N) (In Stereo) Å

Yanni: World Without Borders (In Stereo) (G) Å

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Dateline NBC (N) (In Stereo) (PG) Å

Last Call With Carson Daly (N) (14)

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

Wheel of Fortune

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Late Night With Seth Meyers Dan Bakkedahl; Demi Lovato performs. (14)

20/20 (In Stereo) (PG) Å

Two and a Half Men (14) Å

Eyewitness News at 10pm (N) Å

Melissa (14)

Jimmy Kimmel Live (In Stereo) (14,D,L) Nightline (N) (G) Å

Blue Bloods “Drawing Dead” A Wall Street executive is murdered. (14,L,V)

Colbert Rep (PG)

Mysteries at the Museum (PG) Å

Hawaii Five-0 “Hana Lokomaika’i” The murder of Chin’s father. (14,L,V) Å

Undercover Boss “Buffets, Inc.” Buffets Inc. CEO Anthony Wedo. (PG,L)

Shark Tank Kids and teenagers present What Would You Do? (In Stereo) Å ideas. (In Stereo) (PG) Å

NBA Tonight (N)

Daily Show (14)

Melissa (14)

NBA Tonight (N)

House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

Two and a Half

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

SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

Baby Daddy (14)

SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

Am. Museum- Natural History (PG)

How I Met (14)

L * WEVV Men (14) Å 30 Rock (14) Å The Pete Holmes Show (MA)

Baseball Tonight (N) (Live) Å

South Park (MA)

30 Rock (14) Å

Baseball Tonight (N) (Live) Å

Outrageous 911 (In Stereo) (PG) Å American Dad (14) American Dad (14) Family Guy (14)

Fixer Upper (G) Å

How I Met (14)

The Insider (N) (In Stereo) Å

Parks (PG)

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

SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

Cold Justice (14) Å

Olbermann Å

Cold Justice (14) Å

Friends (PG) Å

George (PG)

Friends (In Stereo) (PG) Å

At Midnight (14)

Movie: ›› “Volcano” (1997, Action) Tommy Lee Jones, Anne Heche. Earthquakes and lava ravage Los Angeles. ‘PG-13’ (Adult situations, violence) Å

Baby Daddy (14)

Treehouse: Out on a Limb (PG)

Colbert Rep (PG)

NCIS: Los Angeles (14) Å (DVS)

Daily Show (14)

Halt and Catch Fire “I/O” Texas’ Silicon Prairie. (14,L,S,V) Å

NCIS: Los Angeles “Lockup” (14,V)

Return to Amish: Our Journey So Far

Kim Possible “Sick A.N.T. Farm (In Day” (Y) Stereo) (G) Å

Treehouse Masters (PG) Å Mod Fam (PG) Jessie “Toy Con” (G) Å

Movie: “Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time” (2003) (In Stereo) Å

Treehouse: Out on a Limb (PG) Dog With a Blog “Freaky Fido” (G)

Frasier (PG) Å

12:30

JUNE 5, 2014 12:00

Cops Reloaded (In Stereo) (14) Å

11:30

American Dad (In Stereo) (14) Å

11:00

The Arsenio Hall Show Shemar Moore; Family Guy (In Daniela Ruah. (14) Å Stereo) (14) Å

10:30

Golden Girls (PG) Golden Girls (PG) Golden Girls (PG) Golden Girls (PG) Frasier (PG) Å

10:00 The Big Bang Theory (14) Å

Inside Edition (N) (PG) Å

Last Call With Carson Daly (N) (14)

Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions (G) Late Night With Seth Meyers Jonah Hill; Laura Dern; Nick Turner. (N) (14)

Billy Joel: A Matter of Trust -- The Bridge to Russia (MA) The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (N) (In Stereo) (14) Å

Two and a Half Men (14) Å

Parks (PG)

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

Jimmy Kimmel Live (In Stereo) (14,D,L) Nightline (N) (G) Å Å

Elementary “All in the Family” A dead body is found in a barrel. (14,L,V)

Parks (PG)

14 News at 10:00PM (N) Å

Eyewitness News at 10pm (N) Å The Millers (In Stereo) (PG) Å

Conan (N) (14) Å

Salem (MA) Å

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

Two and a Half Men (14) Å

Salem (MA) Å

Movie: ›› “Hall Pass” (2011, Comedy) Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis.

SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å Castle “A Deadly Game” (PG,V)

Colbert Rep (PG)

Fresh Prince (G)

The First 48 “Heartless” (PG) Å Daily Show (14)

Tosh.0 (14,D,L)

Fresh Prince (PG) Fresh Prince (PG) Fresh Prince (G) At Midnight (14)

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Inside Edition (N) (PG) Å

The Grateful Dead -- Dead Ahead (In Stereo) (PG) Å

14 News at 10:00PM (N) Å

Rick Steves’ Hidden Europe Highlights from trips around the world. (G) Å

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Late Show With David Letterman Arsenio Hall; Victor Espinoza. (N) (PG)

Jimmy Kimmel Live (In Stereo) (14,D,L) Nightline (N) (G) Å

Eyewitness News at 10pm (N) Å

The Pete Holmes Show (N) (MA)

America’s Funniest Home Videos (PG) Parks (PG)

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation “Help- Two and a Half less” (14,D,L,V) Å (DVS) Men (14) Å

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

MLB Baseball: New York Mets at Chicago Cubs. From Wrigley Field in Chicago. (N) (Live) Å

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Dual Survival: Untamed “No Man Is an Island” (In Stereo) (14) Å

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

Kodiak “The Proving Grounds” Guiding futures are on the line. (14,L,V)

The Big Bang Theory (PG) Dual Survival Trapped in a labyrinth of tunnels. (In Stereo) (14) Å

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Family Guy (In Stereo) (14) Å

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Hawaii Five-0 “E Malama” (14,L,V) Friends (PG) Å

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Bar Rescue (In Stereo) (PG)

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Castle “Boom!” (In Stereo) (PG,L,V)

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The 700 Club (In Stereo) (G) Å

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)

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Treehouse: Out on a Limb (PG)

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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (14) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (14) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (14) Mod Fam (PG)

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Law & Order (14)

To Be Announced Treehouse: Out on a Limb (PG)

(4:30) Movie: ›› “Volcano” (1997)

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House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

Bggg Bttls (G)

Food Paradise (G) Å

Property Brothers “Angie & Tito” (G)

Bggg Bttls (G)

Venture Bros. (14) American Dad (14)

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Property Brothers (G) Å

Trip Flip (PG)

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House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

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Property Brothers “Angie & Tito” (G)

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Inside Fame (PG)

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NBA Countdown (N) (Live)

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Eyewitness News at 9PM (N)

9:00

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8:00

The Middle (PG)

Restaurant Stakeout (N) (G)

Trip Flip (PG)

Return to Amish: Our Journey So Far Return to Amish Chester is in for a rude awakening. (In Stereo) (14) Å Return to Amish Chester is in for a rude awakening. (In Stereo) (14) Å U TLC Gypsy (14) Movie: ››‡ “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End” (2007) Johnny Depp. Jack Sparrow’s friends join forces to save him. Å Wil Wheaton (14) V SYFY (6:00) Movie: ››‡ “Piranha” (2010) Elisabeth Shue. King of Hill (PG) Cleveland (14) Cleveland (14) American Dad (14) American Dad (14) Family Guy (14) Family Guy (14) Chicken (MA) Aqua Teen (14) X TOON Regular Show (PG) King of Hill (PG)

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The Waltons “The Parting” (G) Å

2014 CMT Music Awards CMT music awards. (N) (Live) Å

Bizarre Foods/Zimmern (PG) [ TRV Man v. Food (G) ¨ HGTV Property Bro (G) Property Brothers (G) Å ≠ FOOD Restaurant: Im. (G) Restaurant Stakeout (MA)

∞ CMT CMT Music ≤ HALL The Waltons (G)

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THURSDAY EVENING 6:30

Mom (In Stereo) (14) Å

The Dave Clark Five -- Glad All Over, a Great Performances Special (PG)

The Vampire Diaries “True Lies” Damon The Originals Bringing down Marcel’s tries to find Stefan. (14,L,V) Å empire. (In Stereo) (14) Å

BROADCAST CHANNELS Eyewitness News

_ ( WTVW at 6:30PM (N) ) ` WNIN PBS NewsHour (N) The Heart of Perfect Health With Brenda Watson (G)

Jimmy Kimmel Live (N) (14) Å

How I Met (14)

Parks (PG)

How I Met (14)

Conan (14) Å

How I Met (14)

Russian Yeti: The Killer Lives Investigating mysterious deaths. (14,V) Å Movie: ›› “The Hangover Part II” (2011) Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms.

Movie: “A Nanny’s Revenge” (2012) Jodi Lyn O’Keefe, Victoria Pratt. A woman hatches a scheme to punish a wealthy contractor. (14,D,V) Å

The Pete Holmes Show (MA) Sons of Guns (In Stereo) (14,L) Å

The Pete Holmes Show (N) (MA) Sons of Guns (In Stereo) (14,L) Å

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

Movie: “Girl Fight” (2011, Docudrama) Anne Heche, James Tupper, Jodelle Ferland. A video of an assault on a teen surfaces on the Internet. (14,L,V) Å

Sons of Guns (In Stereo) (14,L) Å

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

World’s Wildest Police Videos (14,V)

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

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

Movie: “A Nanny’s Revenge” (2012) Jodi Lyn O’Keefe, Victoria Pratt. A woman hatches a scheme to punish a wealthy contractor. (14,D,V) Å

Olbermann (N) (Live) Å

Olbermann Å SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

Friends (PG) Å

Cold Justice (14) Å

Baseball Tonight (N) (Live) Å

Cold Justice (14) Å

March to Brazil

Hawaii Five-0 (14) Å (DVS)

The First 48 (In Stereo) Å

Friends “The One With the Yeti” (PG)

X Games: Austin. (N) (Live) Å

Friends (PG) Å

Colbert Rep (PG)

George Lopez (14) The First 48 “Desperate Moves”

Full House (G)

Castle Beckett arrests Castle. (PG) Full House (G)

March to Brazil

Movie: ›‡ “The Marine” (2006) John Cena, Robert Patrick. (In Stereo)

Family Guy “Holy Crap” (14,D,L)

2014 NBA Finals: Game 1: Teams TBA. (N) (Live) Å

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The Big Bang Theory (PG) Å

Wheel of Fortune

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

L * WEVV Men (14) Å

Family Guy (In Stereo) (14) Å

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

Cops (PG) Å

(6:00) Russian Yeti: The Killer Lives Investigating mysterious Sons of Guns (In Stereo) (14,L) Å

(5:00) Movie: “The Good Sister” (14)

Two/Half Men (14) Movie: ›› “The Hangover Part II” (2011) Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms.

Cops (PG) Å

0 DISC deaths. (In Stereo) (14) Å FX

7 SPIKE Cops (PG) Å 8 9 LIFE : ESPN2 (6:00) 30 for 30 ; ESPN (5:00) SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å Castle “Overkill” (In Stereo) (PG,L,V)

(6:00) Castle (PG)

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The First 48 (In Stereo) Å

Full House (G)

Gabriel Iglesias: Aloha Fluffy (14,L)

Friends (PG) Å The First 48 “Heartless” (PG) Å

See Dad Run (PG) Full House (G)

The First 48 (In Stereo) Å

Instant Mom (PG)

> NICK Hathaways (Y) ? A&E The First 48 (14)

The 700 Club (In Stereo) (G) Å Gabriel Iglesias: I’m Not Fat (14)

Daily Show (14)

Movie: ›››‡ “The Breakfast Club” (1985) Emilio Estevez, Judd Nelson.

Movie: ›››‡ “Ghostbusters” (1984, Comedy) Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd. Ghost fighters battle ghouls in a Movie: ››‡ “Ghostbusters II” (1989, Comedy) Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd. A long-dead Carpathian warlock Halt and Catch Fire “I/O” Texas’ Silicon Manhattan high-rise. ‘PG’ (Adult language, adult situations, violence) Å attempts to return to Earth. ‘PG’ (Adult situations, mild violence) Å Prairie. (14,L,S,V) Å

B FAM (6:00) Movie: ››‡ “Sixteen Candles” (1984, Comedy) Gabriel Iglesias: Hot and Fluffy (14) C COM Daily Show (14) (4:00) Movie: “An-

I AMC gels & Demons”

North Woods Law “Just One More...”

Alaska: The Last Frontier (PG) Å North Woods Law: On the Hunt (N)

North Woods Law: On the Hunt

North Woods Law “Just One More...”

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

Alaska: The Last Frontier (PG) Å

Mod Fam (PG)

Renegades (PG)

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NCIS: Los Angeles (14) Å (DVS) NCIS: Los Angeles “Familia” (14,L,V)

NCIS: Los Angeles “Lange, H.” (14,V)

NCIS: LA (14)

OMG! EMT! “Private Parts” (14,L,S,V)

Good Luck Charlie Good Luck Charlie Shake It Up! “Par(G) Å (G) Å ent Trap It Up” (G)

Jessie “Snack

Jessie “Punch Dumped Love” (G)

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Dog With a Blog (G) Å

A.N.T. Farm “participANTs” (G) OMG! EMT! (In Stereo) (14) Å

Fixer Upper (N) (G) Å

Mysteries at the Museum (PG) Å

American Dad (14)

Morlocks (14,L,V) Mysteries at the Museum (PG) Å

Food Court Wars (G)

Eric Andre Sh. (14) Delocated (14)

Cleveland (14)

House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

Chopped Canada (G)

Loiter Squad (14) Am. Museum- Natural History (PG)

Diners, Drive (G)

Family Guy (14)

Movie: “Dungeons & Dragons: The Book of Vile Darkness” (2012) Å

Fixer Upper (G) Å

Food Court Wars (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

Chopped Canada (N) (G)

Cops Rel. (14)

Cops Rel. (14)

Frasier (PG) Å

Cops Rel. (14)

Cops Rel. (14) The Middle (PG)

Golden Girls (PG) Golden Girls (PG) Golden Girls (PG) Golden Girls (PG) Frasier (PG) Å The Middle (PG)

Party Down South (14) The Middle (PG)

Party Down South (14)

Cleveland (14)

Movie: ››› “The Bourne Ultimatum” (2007, Action) Matt Damon, Julia Stiles, Joan Allen. Å

OMG! EMT! (In Stereo) (14) Å

Austin & Ally (In Stereo) (G) Å

Good Luck Charlie A.N.T. Farm (In “Go Teddy!” (G) Stereo) (G) Å

Movie: ››‡ “Princess Protection Program” (2009, Comedy) Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato. (In Stereo) Å

U TLC Outrageous (PG) Outrageous 911 (In Stereo) (PG) Å V SYFY (4:30) Movie: “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End” King of Hill (PG) X TOON Regular Show (PG) King of Hill (PG)

The Middle (PG)

OMG! EMT! (In Stereo) (14) Å

S DISN Attack” (G) Å

Bizarre Foods “Global Grocery” (PG) [ TRV Man v. Food (G) ¨ HGTV House Hunters (G) Rehab Addict (G) Rehab Addict (G) ≠ FOOD Food Net. Star (G) Chopped (G) ∞ CMT 2014 CMT Music Awards CMT music awards. Å The Waltons “The Legacy” (G) Å ≤ HALL The Waltons (G)

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McKim’s IGA Store Manager Brian Williams presents checks totaling $545 to Tina Parker of the Posey Humane Society. The money represents the profits from a recent Kretschmar Rib Fest. Photo submitted

Ivy Tech Galley opens new exhibits Ivy Tech Community College - Southwest announces the opening of two new photography exhibits in the Ivy Tech Bower Suhrheinrich Visual Arts Center. The first exhibit is titled Native Animals and Insects: a Photography Exhibition, and features the work of photographer Daniel Rodenberg. Since 2006 Daniel Rodenberg has worked for a community supported agriculture farm in which no synthetic pesticides or fertilizers are used, allowing the native animals and insects to flourish. This environment provides Rodenberg, a photographer for the past 8 years, with unique opportunities to document wildlife. Primarily done with a macro lens, this exhibition allows a close up view of worlds

that go easily unnoticed in normal life. The Lobby Gallery, located just outside the Bower Suhrheinrich, will feature the work of photographer Bob Gwaltney. A retired Staff Photographer for the Courier and Press, Gwaltney worked as a photojournalist for 30 years and now teaches photography at Ivy Tech. The work he will be displaying includes a collection of photographs taken while walking throughout Evansville. These exhibitions will be on display until July 3, 2014. There is no charge to view the exhibits and the Ivy Tech Bower Suhrheinrich Visual Arts Center is open to the public Thursdays 1-6 p.m., Fridays 1-6 p.m., and Saturdays 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

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Mayor John Tucker of Mount Vernon signs a proclamation declaring June 7 and June 8 as Relay for Life Days in Mount Vernon. Witnessing the signing are Relay for Life Steering Committee members (from left) Ray Gray, event co-chairs Tiffani Weatherford and Brittaney Johnson, Marissa Priddis and Shelley Hargrove. Photo submitted

NH Writers Workshop set The University of Southern Indiana’s New Harmony Writers Workshop, to be held June 8-14 in New Harmony, Indiana, allows participants to work closely with nationallyreputed writers – and will allow the public access to those writers through a series of free events throughout the week. For more information, go to www.usi.edu/nhww.

Heritage provides free grief support Heritage Hospice is offering real life support and encouragement to the grieving. We provide four convenient locations listed below. First Monday of each month at Newburgh Healthcare. First Wednesday of each month at West River Health Campus. Second

Monday of each month, ‘Parents Grieving Children’ at Heritage Center. Second Wednesday of each month at New Harmony Healthcare. The program is open to anyone who has suffered the loss of a loved one. Please call Heritage Hospice at 475-9712 to request more information.

Boots receives Sagamore of the Wabash award State Representative Wendy McNamara (R-Mount Vernon) presented Ira and Theresa Boots with a Sagamore of the Wabash award today, the most prestigious award given by the office of Governor Mike Pence. Rep. McNamara presented the awards to Ira and Theresa Boots at the University of Southern Indiana (USI) Foundation Board of Trustees meeting. Family members of the Boots were in attendance for the presentation. “Ira and Theresa’s dedication to our community demonstrates the utmost level of Hoosier values and they each deserve the highest recognition Indiana has to offer,” said Rep. McNamara. “The Sagamore of the Wabash symbolizes the impact Ira and Theresa have had on the Evansville area and our state.” Ira G. Boots began his career in plastics at an early age, working in his father’s tool company. In 1978,

Rep. McNamara, center, presents Ira and Theresa Boots with a Sagamore of the Wabash award. Photo submitted of the Marian Educational Outreach Board of Directors for over six years. Terry volunteers at Right to Life of Southwest Indiana and helped to establish and to sustain a pregnancy care center where young women can receive medical services, childcare classes and counseling at no charge. In 2008, Terry and her husband Ira were the hosts at the Right to Life of Southwest

Indiana banquet which is the largest pro-life banquet in the United States. Theresa Boots has served as a member of the Board of Directors of Right to Life of Southwest Indiana since 2008. “I was honored to recognize the talent in our community of southwestern Indiana. Ira and Theresa Boots should be congratulated on their achievements,” said Rep. McNamara.

them in a special shape. You must be 18 or older to attend. Registration is required. June 11 at 10 a.m. Busy Hands/Basic Knitting - ‘Busy Hands’ is a local gathering of crafters and knitters. Cheryl Carroll will be on hand to demonstrate how to stitch during our Basic Knitting Program. She will be teaching techniques. Yarn is provided and a limited number of size eight needles are available to use. June 11 at 2 p.m. Grossology 101 - Make fake snot. Learn how to make a fake wound that would make your mother swoon. Eat kitty litter cake. If it’s stinky, crusty or slimy, you’ll learn the science behind it at this program. For ages seven to 12. Registration is required and begins May 28. Registration is required. June 12 at 2 p.m. Laughs and Crafts Club

- There is always a craft, a story and a snack and always a good time at our summer Laughs and Crafts Club. This program is for kids who are in kindergarten and up. Registration is required. 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 on-line? Call the Adult Information Desk at (812) 838-3286 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.

By Stanley Campbell books, movement, music, and rhymes to promote early literacy. Parents/caregivers help their children follow along by participating in this storytime with them. Registration is required. June 9 and 10 at 10:30 a.m. Preschool Storytimes - A program for ages three to five introduces children to reading and language in a fun way through stories, crafts, and other activities. Parents/caregivers are not required to attend this storytime along with their child, but must remain in the library. Registration is required. June 9 at 3:30 p.m. DIY Solar Grilling - Learn about the science of solar grilling while making your own solar grill. Depending on the weather, we will make our own s’mores and eat hot dogs! You will need to bring your own shoe box but the rest of the supplies will be provided. Grades 6-12 only. Registration is required. June 9 at 6 p.m. and June 10 at 10 a.m. Getting Crafty. Make your own bath fizzies - Make your own bath fizzies. It’s easy to do. Feel free to bring in a mold if you’d like to make

Veterans Corner : New Veterans’ Service Officer Posey County Veterans Service Officer: Dave Sharber Office hours: Tuesday & Thursday 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Office phone: 812-838-8372 Cell phone: 812-781-9105 e-mail: dave.sharber@poseycountygov.org

The New Harmony Business Associates invites you to the 13th Annual Golden Raintree Antiques Show and Sale, June 14-15, 2014, in New Harmony, Indiana. There will be over 50 booths from Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Missouri and Illinois set up outside on Main Street and inside the historic Ribeyre Gymnasium in downtown New Harmony, Indiana. The Show and Sale will run from 9 a. m. until 5 p. m. on Saturday and 9 a. m. until 4 p. m. on Sunday. Admission is free and the show will be held rain or shine. This show promises to be one of the largest ‘antiques & vintage only’ shows in the area. You will find a wide variety of Antiques & Vintage including Furniture, Americana, Primitives, Textiles, Pottery, Tools, Postcards, Books, Advertising, Glassware, Collectibles and Architectural. Limited booth space is still available for dealers. Interested dealers can go to www. newharmony.biz calendar of events page for June and download a contract, complete it and mail it in. This show is an antiques and vintage collectibles only show, no new items and no reproductions. We have more space this year and are currently accepting new dealers for this show and

sale.The New Harmony Business Associates is a non profit group of business owners and friends who sponsor this show to bring visitors to New Harmony. All monies for booth rentals go back into advertising this well attended antique show. More events are happening in New Harmony during the same weekend and we invite you to take a look at these on the New Harmony Business Associates website, www.newharmony.biz. One of those events is ‘Music in the Streets’ Saturday evening 6:30 – 10:00 p.m. at Main & Tavern Streets. New Harmony Indiana, founded in 1814, is nationally known for its historical, artistic and intellectual heritage. This main street USA town has been designated one of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s ‘Dozen Distinctive Destinations’ and was named One of America’s Top Ten Hidden Places to Visit by USA Weekend. New Harmony offers distinctive shopping, dining, lodging and recreational opportunities, and is considered one of Indiana’s most treasured historic communities. New Harmony was also featured in Midwest Living Magazine last spring and was chosen ‘Best of the Midwest.’

Girl Scouts offer Showcase, swim party A Girl Scout Summer Showcase is offered at 1-5 p.m., Friday, June 6, at the Evansville Museum of Arts, History, and Science, 411 SE Riverside Drive. Participants will get a hands-on view of what it means to be a Girl Scout. Local girl members, leaders, and staff will be available to answer questions, facilitate activities, and showcase local girl accomplishments throughout the day. Boy Scouts will also host an activity station and ice-cream will be provided by Lics. Event is free and open to the public. Discounted tickets to the museum ($3) and to the new planetarium ($5) will be offered all day on June 6. Come experience the fun, excitement, and imagination of being a Girl Scout. For further details, contact Sarah Lasiter, 812-421-4970, Ext. 307, or slasiter@ girlscouts-gssi.org. There will be a Frozen-themed swim party at Burdette Park, Saturday, June 14, 7:30-10 p.m. This fun evening will include slides, swimming, a snow machine, karaoke, bingo, and more—Cost is $5 per person. Children under 2 are free, as are fathers who attend with their daughters (in honor of Father’s Day). Girls, grades K-12, who are not currently registered Girl Scouts must include the $15 Girl Scout membership with their registration. Concessions and raft rental will be available. Contact Gretchen Helm 812-421-4970, Ext. 331 or ghelm@girlscouts-gssi.org, for further details. Registration form is available at www.girlscouts-gssi.org, on the Activities for Girls Calendar.

Bridges of Hope joins Fair Trade Federation Bridges of Hope Fair Trade is now part of a network of over 250 fair trade businesses after joining the Fair Trade Federation (FTF), a trade association that strengthens and promotes North American organizations fully committed to fair trade. Bridges of Hope is located at 601 Main Street, Mount Vernon, Indiana at the northwest corner of the First United Methodist Church’s Wesley Hall. They are open every Tuesday and Saturday from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. and during community activities held in Wesley Hall.

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Summer Reading at the APL Check out what’s happening this summer at the Alexandrian Public Library’s Summer Reading Program. Enjoy books, movies, and other special events. Registration began May 28. Get your whole family involved. There are programs, prizes, book discussions, and special events for everyone. June 4 at 2 p.m. Magic Show - Magical fun for all ages in this high energy, action packed show with magician Don Baggett. No tickets or registration required, however, seating will be limited. June 5 and 12 at 10 a.m. Basic Drawing - We start a new series of classes in this popular adult program. Learn how to ‘see’ like an artist, and how to draw that image on paper. We will be exploring using color pencils and watercolors in addition to pencil work. All supplies provided. Registration is required but there is room for walk-ins who have their own supplies. June 9 and 10 at 9:30 a.m. Babies Toddlers Storytimes - A program for children ages birth to 36 months features

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Boots joined Berry Plastics, supervising the tool making and product design departments. He was named Chairman and CEO of Berry Plastics in 2001 and retired in 2010. Under Boots’ leadership, Berry Plastics grew rapidly, leading to expansions in 2008 and 2009. In addition to his other honors, Boots received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2009. Boots is also involved in such not-for-profit entities at Deaconess Health System, and Historic New Harmony Foundation. Currently, Ira Boots serves on USI Board of Trustees. He was appointed in 2008 and reappointed in 2012. Theresa Boots has served the southwestern Indiana community in many different ways. During the 2010-2011 school year, she served as the Mater Dei High School Annual Fund Co-Chairs and helped raise a record amount. Terry Boots has also been a member

Golden Raintree Antiques show and sale scheduled for June 14-15

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from the cookbook of: Melody Oeth

7 LAYER SALAD INGREDIENTS 1 Head lettuce, chopped 1 lb. bacon, fried and chopped 1 onion, chopped 1/4 c. sugar

1 head cauliflower, chopped 1 - 16 oz. jar mayonnaise 1/3 c. Parmesan cheese

DIRECTIONS

In a large bowl layer the above ingredients in the order given left to right. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Stir before serving.


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SOCIAL/CHURCH Anniversary

Anniversary

Bernard and Jean Fehribach

Bill and Gina Schmidt

Bernard and Jean Fehribach, of Poseyville, plan to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary June 28. A mass of celebration will be held at 3 p.m., at St. Francis Xavier Church in Poseyville. Bernard and Jean were married June 27, 1964 at St. Joseph Church in Jasper Ind. Father Albert Scheller officiated. Bernard retired from North Posey after 38 years of teaching. Jean retired after 28 years at Lockwoods. Together they have three children – Bernard ‘Bud’ Fehribach, Jr., Brian Fehribach, and Brenda (Fehribach) Brenner. They have four grandchildren – Joshua Brenner, Mary Brenner, Alysa Cox, and Drew Cox.

Bill and Gina (Douglas) Schmidt of Mount Vernon, Ind., will be celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary on June 10. the couple was married at St. Matthews Catholic Church in Mount Vernon. Reverend Danny Risinger and Father Hilary Vieck officiated the double-ring ceremony. Bill and Gina are the parents of three children, Rachel, Austin, and Hannah.

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, June 5 – Sloppy Joe on Bun, Chips, Baked Beans, Applesauce Thursday, June 12 - Baked Ravioli, Corn, Apple Slices, Cookies Thursday, June 19 – Southwest Chicken, Tortilla Chips, Cottage Cheese, Dessert Thursday, June 26 – Hot Ham and Cheese, Chips, Pears, Cookies

2014 Serve Indiana Awards nomination The Serve Indiana Awards for Excellence are Indiana’s most prestigious awards celebrating the accomplishments of dedicated volunteers and service members from across the state. Nominations are currently being accepted for individuals who have displayed exemplary service through volunteering in the categories of Corporate Service, Exemplary Service-Learning, Faith-Based Volunteer, Lifetime Achievement, National Service, Volunteer Program, Volunteerism, and Youth Volunteer. To nominate an individual, a group, or yourself, download the nomination form from the website at http://www.in.gov/ serveindiana/awards.htm. Once the form is completed, it can be submitted electronically or by mail. Serve Indiana requests that all nominations be submitted by July 18, 2014. The awards are presented annually at the Indiana Conference on Service and Nonprofit Capacity-Building which is held at the IUPUI Campus Center in Indianapolis this year on October 1-2.As in previous years, the goal of the conference will be to provide a forum where Indiana nonprofit leaders, volunteer coordinators, national service members and service-learning participants can engage in meaningful dialogue, exchange best practices, receive training, establish partnerships, and celebrate accomplishments. Individuals can go to the conference website at http://igcnonprofit.org/ to learn more. For more information regarding the annual conference or the service awards, please contact Curt Ferrell at CFerrell@ ServeIndiana.gov.

VBS set for Poseyville Churches Again this summer, Poseyville Christian Church, Old Union Christian Church, St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, and St. Paul’s Methodist Church will join together to present a Vacation Bible School program. The program starts Monday, June 23 at 5:45 p.m. and runs through Friday, June 27. Monday through Thursday a simple child-friendly meal will be served in the cafeteria followed by sessions of music, Bible stories, games, and crafts. Friday evening will be a family celebration with cake and ice cream that will start at 6 p.m. ‘Weird Animals’ will be featured each evening with the central theme being ‘Jesus Loves You’ even when you do wrong, feel left out, are afraid, and are different. Volunteers, of course, are needed to help make this a great time for the children. Leaders and assistants are asked to sign up for music, games, crafts, and Bible stories. Students who have completed sixth grade through high school may assist adult leaders. Crew leaders are asked to sign up as well. Crew leaders simply lead a small group of children from one session to another and help make a ‘family’ for the children for the week. Registration forms and Volunteer forms are requested by June 1 if possible to allow for time to purchase adequate supplies and food. The forms are available at any of the four churches, Hirsch’s Store, Community State Bank Poseyville Branch, and the Poseyville Post Office. If you have questions, you can contact any of the four churches, or Anna Butler at albutler@hotmail.com or Marilyn Marshall at mmarshall@csbswin.com

Stewartsville UMC to host gospel sing There will be a Southern Gospel Sing featuring ‘TrinityThree’ from Evansville, Sunday Morning , June 8, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. at the Stewartsville United Methodist Church. Everyone is welcome. Refreshments will be available following the program.a This group is a blessing to listen to and most everyone enjoys the occasional harmonica playing. Come expecting to tap your foot, sing along or clap your hands. A freewill offering will be taken. Hope to see you on June 8. Stewartsville UMC is located in Stewartsville where East Street, Main Street and Pumpkin Run Road come together, right before the I-64 overpass on Pumpkin Run Road.

MV Community Church holds garage sale Mount Vernon Community Church/Black Chapel located at 1800 West Fourth Street in Mount Vernon is having a Large Garage Sale on Friday, June 6 and Saturday, June 7 from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Furniture, clothes of all sizes, Christmas items, books and too much to list. Light lunch will be available.

Neo-traditionalists Dana and Susan Robinson will bring their lively acoustic show to New Harmony’s Stage Left Theater, 515 S. Main Street, on Sunday, June 15, at 6 p.m. Tickets are $15. The genius of a Dana and Susan Robinson performance lies in their ability to capture the imagination of their audience, evoking a transformative experience that touches on the deepest humanity. They can make the audience howl with laughter or hush with poignant reflection as they take them on a journey across America and convey the mystery and wonder of the places they visit. Underpinning the songs is the undeniable rhythm of their trademark guitar/banjo sound. Whether it is quiet or driving, there is a steady and unrelenting groove to the music that supports the lyric and delivers the story in an effortless and magical way. A native of the Pacific Northwest, Dana relocated to New England where he discovered both a thriving songwriter scene and the deep well of traditional mountain music. In the early 1980s, Dana settled in northern Vermont and built a house ‘off the grid’ (no electricity and phone) on 30 acres near the Canadian border. There he founded a popular bakery, café and folk music venue. Dana launched into full-time touring after the release of his 1994 debut CD, Elemental Lullabye, and after receiving a request to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City for Putumayo’s Shelter benefit project. Sue grew up in a musical family in New England. She studied piano, oboe, and Scottish fiddle before meeting Dana in 2002. Sue was working in the environmental field in California when she met Dana at a house concert. Upon moving to North Carolina a short time thereafter, Sue launched into studying with many of the great old-time musicians in the Asheville area, and naturally adapted to the on-the-road lifestyle. To reserve a seat for Dana and Sue’s performance, call 812682-3310.

St. Matthew, Trinity hold VBS Calling all weird animals. Mark your calendars for the exciting “Weird Animals” Vacation Bible School sponsored by St. Matthew Catholic Church and Trinity United Church of Christ. The high-energy, high-impact experience happens 1-3 p.m. on Monday June 16 through Friday June 20. The fun each day begins in the Fellowship Hall of Trinity UCC, located at the corner of Mulberry and Fifth Streets in Mount Vernon. Parents may come early to register their children ages four through eleven at the door for one or more days. It is free. What is a weird animal, you may ask? Any kid that wants to experience Jesus’ love that is one-of-a-kind in a fun summer adventure. Kids will come into a world filled with incredible Bible-learning experiences that kids see, hear, touch, and even taste. Science, fun gizmos, team-building games, cool Bible songs and skits, and tasty treats are just a few of the stand-out activities that will help their faith flow into real life. A new feature this year is KidVid Cinema, where kids learn from movies starring children with autism and other challenges. Parents may save time by registering their children in advance by picking up a registration form at St. Matthew Catholic Church or Trinity United Church of Christ. For more information, call (812) 838-0018 and leave a message.

Sermon of the Week: ‘Shall He Find Faith on the Earth’ By Pastor Timothy Johnson Back in the mid-70s when I was a teenager and a babe in Christ there was a painting that hung on a wall inside the church. The picture was of a large city from a distance; in the sky above the city was Jesus Christ and throughout the painting were Christians being caught up in the air to Him. Also scattered through the image were car wrecks, a plane crash and other disasters that were caused by the

masses of people disappearing as they are taken up to Christ. The painting was of the rapture. Christians have long portrayed the rapture as an event that will cause mass chaos; every major city in America having multicar pileups because of drivers disappearing, thousands dying in plane crashes all over the world as pilots suddenly vanish. Industrial accidents, assumed prison breaks because of empty cells, individuals on

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live TV or web cams vanishing into thin air. Panic would be worldwide, rioting and looting would be the rule of the day as society crumbles into pieces. May I suggest something for every person claiming to be a Christian to think about? Could the rapture not be that large of an earth shattering event? Christ asked the question in Luke 18:8, “Nevertheless when the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?” Fascinating, we Christians tend to think when the rapture comes a good percentage of the earth, especially here in the United States, will go. Jesus, on the other hand, asks if He will find any faith at all. Preachers will often use Matthew 7:14, “because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth

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unto life, and few there be that find it” as a motivator for people to accept Christ as Saviour, but think of what Jesus said here; only a few will find it. Christ also told us that the condition of the earth when He returns would be like it was in the days of Noah (Matthew 24:37; Luke 17:26). We often talk about the rampant sin of Noah’s day when we mention this, but we never look at the righteous side. There were only eight saved in the entire world when the flood came. I have enough faith to believe there will be more than eight Christians walking the globe when the rapture comes but if we add all this together; “shall he find faith?” + “few there be that find it” + “as it was in the days of Noah” can we conclude the event may not be as earth shattering as we thought with tens or hundreds of millions of people vanishing into thin air?

If not as many are going in the rapture as we thought we must conclude that there are not as many true Christians as we think. This is a sobering thought. Salvation is by faith without works (Ephesians 2:8-9; Romans 3:27-28; Romans 4:1-5). If someone is trusting in Christ plus the fact they have joined a church, been baptized or done some other good work is there salvation only by faith in Christ? Christ said, “Whosoever shall seek to save his life shall lose it; and whosoever shall lose his life shall preserve it” (Luke 17:33). If you are seeking to gain eternal life, though your own good works or by some religious ceremony, you won’t find the eternal life you seek. Saving faith is not a faith that sits back and does nothing; saving faith will produce works (James 2:17-20); saving faith will change a person’s heart (2 Corinthians 5:17) and saving faith will

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cause a person to turn away from sin (Luke 13:1-5; 2 Peter 3:9). The Bible gives us a warning that not all faith is saving faith, “Thou believest that there is one God; thou doest well: the devils also believe, and tremble” (James 2:19). How many professing Christians have not had a faith that caused a change in heart, a turning from sin and propelled them to do any work for Christ? God, of course, only knows the answer, but He did want us to think about the question when He asked, “Nevertheless when the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?” Preacher Johnson is Pastor of Countryside Baptist Church in Parke County, Indian. He and his wife, Julie, have 4 grown children and 11 grandchildren. All Scripture references are from the KJV. Blog: www.preacherjohnson.com Email: preacherspoint@gmail.com.


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Mount Vernon moves forward with building plans By Dave Pearce The Mount Vernon Board of Public Works and Safety met in a Special Session at 2 p.m. on May 29 for the purpose of opening bids for the police and fire station building. Clerk-Treasurer Cristi Sitzman opened the sealed bids, which were then read aloud by Terry Burnworth, representing Pyramid Architect. The bids are as follows: 1. Superior Concrete Constructors -bid security -Form 96 and FS -Non-Collusion Affidavit -Stipulated Bid Form -Addendum -Allowance Package 03-C base bid $95,100

NO ALTERNATES 2. Southern Indiana Foam Insulation -bid security -Form 96 and FS -Non-Collusion Affidavit -Stipulated Bid Form -Addendum -Allowance Package 7-I base bid $21,215.61 NO ALTERNATES 3. Dan Belwood -bid security -Form 96 and FS -Non-Collusion Affidavit -Stipulated Bid Form -Addendum -Allowance Package 09-P base bid $25,200

4. Premier Electric, Inc. Alt 2 $2,200 -bid security Alt 5 $54,400 -Form 96 and FS Alt 6 $150 -Non-Collusion Affidavit 6. Deig Brothers Lumber & Construction -Addendum Company -Allowance -bid security Package 26, 28 base bid $147,070 Alt 5 -Form 96 and FS $44,000 -Non-Collusion Affidavit Package 26 base bid $139,700 Alt 5 -Addendum $44,000 -Allowance Package 28 base bid $7,370 NO ALT Package 26 base bid $136,600 Alt 2 5. Alva Electric Inc. $2,000 -bid security Alt 5 $49,878 -Form 96 and FS Board member Bill Curtis requested that -Non-Collusion Affidavit the board acknowledge receipt of the bids -Addendum and that they be taken under advisement for -Allowance review by the architect and City Attorney Package 26 base bid $139,900 Beth Higgins.

Indiana celebrates ‘529 College Savings Day’ State Treasurer Richard Mourdock joined the nationwide College Savings Plan Network and other states throughout the nation in celebrating ‘529 College Savings Day’ in an effort to raise awareness among Hoosiers about the importance of saving for higher educational and vocational needs. To celebrate, CollegeChoice Direct is giving away a $5,000 CollegeChoice Direct 529 account. Any Indiana resident 18 years and older is eligible with no purchase necessary. Additionally, CollegeChoice CD is hosting an educational webinar where participants are entered to win a $250 CollegeChoice CD account or a Kindle Fire. To learn more and enter visit the CollegeChoice Plan websites listed below. “It is always better to earn interest than pay interest,” stated Treasurer Mourdock. “Many families think of financial aid without realizing the aid comes in loans, not grants. I encourage Hoosier families to take time to discuss their goals of savings for college or vocational training and learn how Indiana’s CollegeChoice 529 Plans can make those goals a reality.”

CollegeChoice 529 Savings Plans (529 Savings Plan) are specifically designed to encourage families to save for future higher education and job training expenses. Contributions to a 529 Savings Plan grow tax-deferred and can be withdrawn tax-free when used for qualified education expenses. In addition, Indiana offers a 20 percent state income tax credit up to $1,000 each year, on contributions made to a CollegeChoice Plan. “With one of the most taxadvantaged plans in the nation, Hoosier families have an additional incentive to start saving for college today. Indiana families of all income levels can benefit from an Indiana 529 Savings Plan,” stated Treasurer Mourdock. Indiana’s 529 Savings Plan offers a variety of ways to save including investments, certificate of deposits and savings accounts. Assets in a CollegeChoice account can be used at eligible accredited institutions, including vocational, technical and trade schools across the country. Currently, CollegeChoice has over 200,000 Hoosier accounts and $2.7 Billion in assets under management.

Owner’s/Manager’s Name: Steve Bennett, President When was the business started? 1905 as the Cynthiana State Bank Who started the business/ why? Frank Emerson was the first President What are the services your business provides? The usual banking loan and deposit services What is your favorite thing about the business? Community bankers get the benefit of getting to know their customers and their families. It is very gratifying to be able to help generations of customers with their financial Community State Bank employees left needs. to right: Kerry Cox, Marilyn Marshall, How does your business dif- Christy Antey, Nancy Jessie, Carol Rodgferentiate itself from the com- ers, and Steve Bennett.

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PC United Way offers workshop The United Way of Posey County is pleased to announce a workshop designed to help nonprofit organizations learn the role every member of the Board of Directors can play in sustaining the organization through effective fundraising. Fundraising is a critical portion of a Board’s responsibilities and the workshop will review and discuss steps in making it rewarding and far less mysterious. The workshop, offered in cooperation with the Indiana Nonprofit Resource Network, will be Friday, June 20, 2014, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Alexandrian Public Library, 115 West Fifth Street, Mount Vernon, Indiana. The presenter is June Mill-

er, who has been involved in training for over 20 years and trains more than 1,200 people throughout Indiana annually on nonprofit issues. Attendance is open to all area nonprofit organizations for a registration fee of $10 per person. All staff, Board members, and volunteers of member agencies of the United Way of Posey County are eligible for scholarships provided by the United Way of Posey County and may attend at no cost. Registration is required for all attendees. Lunch is provided. The deadline for registration is June 13, 2014. Call the United Way of Posey County at 838-3637 or email to uwposey@sbcglobal.net for more information.

The law firm of Bamberger, Foreman, Oswald & Hahn, LLP is pleased to announce the addition of Kristen M. Head to the firm’s Evansville office. Kristen works primarily in the legal areas of business, banking, real estate and municipalities. Prior to joining the Bamberger team, Kristen earned her Doctor of Jurisprudence at Indiana University Maurer School of Law. While there, she spent a summer as a summer clerk at Bamberger.

United Fidelity Bank, fsb, (‘United’) announced today that it has entered into a purchase and assumption agreement with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) to assume approximately $35 million in deposits and other liabilities and purchase approximately $30 million in assets of Columbia Savings Bank, a full service community bank headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. With this acquisition, United Fidelity will now operate a total of seven banking centers in Southwest Indiana and in the Cincinnati areas. “We are extremely pleased to have been selected by the FDIC in this bidding process. We are looking forward to providing a safe and secure home for Columbia’s deposit and loan clients,” said United Fidelity President and CEO Don Neel. “We feel privileged to continue the commitment to

niversary of Hoosier statehood, which was celebrated in 1991. Indiana became the 19th state on December 11, 1816. The statewide centennial celebration in 1916 would prove to have a lasting effect on Indiana, including the establishment of the first state parks, the production of lavish historical pageants and steps toward an improved road system. The agency responsible for coordinating the centennial celebration was the Indiana Historical Commission. Backed y a $25,000 appropriation from the General Assembly–the first significant state funds in support of Indi-

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Mount Vernon Class of ‘79 plans reunion

The Mount Vernon Class of 1979 is planning their 35th reunion on Saturday, October 25, 2014 at the Multi Activity Center (MAC) in Mount Vernon. Share this information with your out-of-town classmates. Invitations will be mailed out in June. We are still looking for the following classmates: Lori Baumeyer, Rachelle Cherry, Jane Clark, Bonnie Daniels, Robert Davis, Tom Farrell, David Harper, Kevin Irvin, Terri Johnson Stafford, Rod Kohlmeyer, Susan Lewis Gunter, Bryan McCarty, Susan Niehaus Davidson, Roger Ninness, Mark Nuckolls, Steve Phipps, Dorothy Pullen Meuth, Susan Reed, Bruce Schreiber, Barbara Shahan, Roxanna Southerland, Mike Swartz, Diana Tucker, Bryan Tupper, Michael Wagnon. If you have information on these classmates, please contact one of the following: Paula Hahn Nurrenbern 812-455-3629, Kathy Kuebler Oeth 812-204-3064, Debbie Dixon Morana history–the nine-member commission went on to pro- gan 812-838-1480 and Christa Schelhorn Shore 812-963-9543. duce an array of programs to mark the state’s 100th birthday. Through the efforts of the The Indiana State Fair has Wonder Trail and Little Hands heritage that has evolved over Posey County Historical Socialways been a great place for on the Farm.” several generations. Students ety, two more exhibits will be kids to learn about agriculThe fair’s fi ve new prowill explore that history with coming to Mount Vernon this year. From June 26 through ture while having fun, and grams all focus on STEM many long-time farmers and July 29 ‘Through the Map- now the fair is offering more (Science, Technology, Engi- a variety of organizations that maker’s Eye’ will be featured; educational opportunities than neering and Math) learning. preserve that heritage. This is geared to fourth graders and is and from October 22 through ever before. Five new field They are: · Seed Survivor – Eight available August 7 only. November 21 ‘Who Do You trip experiences for children Think You Are?’ will be on in grades two through 12 are interactive stations featuring · The Amazing Journey – display. now available, each one de- multi-media and virtual real- Most of us take clean water Since 1830, the Indiana signed to meet specific aca- ity games allow students to for granted, but it’s a luxury Historical Society has been In- demic requirements. explore plant growth and de- to many people in the world. diana’s Storyteller, connecting All the programs take about velopment. This is designed Students will experience a vapeople to the past by collect- two-and-a-half hours with for grades two and three and riety of exhibits that promote ing, preserving and sharing time built in to explore other is available Aug. 12 – 15. clean water, including waterthe state’s history. A private, parts of the fair, and each · My American Farm – Stu- sheds and using soil as a filter. nonprofit membership organi- teacher leaves with 10 lesson dents receive firsthand expe- This is designed for grades zation, IHS maintains the naplans and support materials rience planting seeds in the five and six and is available tion’s premier research library for use in the classroom to re- Living Plant Necklace Lab August 12 – 15. and archives on the history of All of these programs reIndiana and the Old North- inforce what students learned and learn about the proper west and presents a unique set on the field trip. Teachers are equipment needed to plant quire pre-registration and of visitor experiences called encouraged to register their and harvest crops while caring cost $2 per student, which inthe Indiana Experience. IHS classes by July 15, although for the land. This is designed cludes admission to the State also provides support and as- registration will be permitted for grades five and six and is Fair. Teachers can register by emailing Stephanie DeCamp sistance to local museums until the schedule becomes available August 12 – 15. full. · The Versatile Bean – Soyat sdecamp@indianastatefair. and historical groups; pub“Lots of teachers like to beans are used in a wide va- com. lishes books and periodicals; “We’ve had tremendous sponsors teacher workshops; begin the school year with riety of products, and not just produces and hosts art exhi- a fun field trip that engages food. Kids will extract DNA success with our year-round bitions, museum theater and kids through a unique expe- to make plastic materials and field trips, serving more than outside performance groups; rience they can’t get in the interact with farmers through 6,000 students last year,” Deand provides youth, adult and classroom,” Indiana State Fair satellite communications as Camp said. “On top of that, family programs. The Eugene Education Director Stepha- they discover the bean’s vari- 90 percent of the teachers and Marilyn Glick Indiana nie DeCamp said. “These ous uses. This is designed for rebooked their classes, so we History Center, home of the new structured programs will grades seven through 12 and know we’ve got effective proIHS, is located at 450 W. Ohio be a nice complement to our is available August 12 – 15. grams and we’d like to expose Street in downtown India- other well known, self-guided · Hoosier Heritage – Indi- more kids to them during the napolis. 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IHS Exhibit examines Indiana’s Centennial The pageantry and spectacle surrounding Indiana’s 1916 statehood centennial is examined in the Indiana Historical Society exhibition, The Hoosier Centennial: A Look Back at the 1916 Celebration, which opened May 23 at the Posey County Historical Society Collections Room and will be open to the public every Friday through June 20 at Door 4, Hedges Community Building, Canal Street in Mount Vernon. There will be a special viewing on Sunday, June 8 from 1 to 3 p.m. The exhibition was part of the Society’s effort to commemorate the 175th an-

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The empty chair at the table will someday belong to you and me The events of this week have served yet another notice to me just how short life really is. It seems like just a few months ago when I made a phone call to Wanda Redman TRUTH... asking her if she thought her STRANGER daughter Connie would con- THAN sider going out with me. FICTION That was 25 years ago. The BY DAVE woman who answered that PEARCE question with, “You’ll just have to call her and see, hon. I don’t really have any idea,” left us on Saturday after several bouts with a variety of illnesses. Even though her health had not been the best, you could always expect her to have something to say about just about everything. She was just feisty enough and I was just determined enough that we were able to banter back and forth nearly up until the moment of her death. As I walked into the hospital on Friday night, Connie sat on the bed and told her, “That old mean Dave is here to see you.” She responded with a nod. There will be yet another empty spot around the table and in our hearts when the holidays roll around again this year. I am really going to miss our little exchanges. We enjoyed the relationship we had. I sure am going to miss our conversations, which usually included me saying something smart aleck and her answering in like fashion. Shortly after Connie and I got married, we agreed that family was very important to both of us. We agreed that we would do our part to try and keep our families together.

We decided that we would host each of the major holidays in our home for both the Pearce side of the family and the Redman side of the family. Over time, our families seem to have evolved into one big family and we have gotten to know everyone on both sides pretty well. It has worked very well for both of us. Over the past eight years, it seems that there are becoming too many empty spots in our hearts and around our table. But I have come to the realization that the reality of life is that it begins and it ends. They say all good things must come to an end. Hence, reality. The first to go was my mom, back in 2006. Prior to her illness, she, too, was willing to put up with my cracked and often failed attempts at being funny. She often had a retort that was equally as sharp as mine and usually more effective. Then there was my wife’s aunt and Wanda’s sister Jeanette, which followed just two weeks later. Then things seemed to settle for a year or two before I lost my cousin Lillian, who sometimes submitted a column for the paper called ‘Cousin Lil.’ She was a talented nurse and writer and was just, in general, a wonderful caring person. She wasn’t a regular at the Big Family Gatherings but she generally made an appearance. Then, just a couple of years ago, my brother-in-law’s mother, whose husband had been our church pastor during many of my formative years, left us. She came to

the gatherings when she was able but even if she didn’t, it was always her request that ‘some of David’s ham’ be brought home to her by my sister. This past year was the first holidays to be spent without my nephew, Don Cruse, who left us prematurely due to brain cancer. Don, too, had a sharp wit and you never had to second-guess where he stood on issues. What you saw was what he was and what you got. He was who he was, like it or not. This past year was the first time in many, many years that Connie and I decided to be away for the Christmas holiday. Although we were together for Thanksgiving, the best time for all of us to get together is generally the day of the holiday. Everyone has been everywhere to celebrate the season so Connie and I have just prepared a meal for anyone and everyone who wanted to be there. We’ve had co-workers, neighbors, friends, relatives, and nearly strangers. But that is why we had it. But this year, we had a great opportunity to be in Florida where it was warmer for the Christmas holiday with our son and his lovely ‘friend.’ I’ve watched and watched as time has gone by and there are more and more empty chairs and empty hearts around our holiday table. But despite the empty places, family and friends continue to help us through our losses. And although it doesn’t seem like it now, life will go on. Wanda will be missed certainly by all of us who knew her well and by so many, who have already expressed their sympathies in one way or another. The reality is that at some point in time,

we all have to realize that it will be our chair that is empty around the holiday table. Our job is to live a life that speaks well about our make-up. We need to be kind to others when we can and sometimes even when we don’t really want to. We need to help our neighbors and even those who aren’t our neighbors. Each year at this time I tend to get a little emotional. I watch as families graduate their seniors and watch the painful looks on their faces when they play their final high school sporting event or participate in their final high school play, or even just on graduation night itself. Just this week, I was driving up the hill leaving Tell City’s baseball field with several members of the Class of 2014 and their families in my rear view mirror. As I approached the crest of the hill, a young parent on a bicycle with a toddler in a helmet on the back of the bike looked over the field. I could just sense the dad dreaming of a day when his little boy could be one of those playing on the field. It hit me just how few years ago it seems when I took Eric to his first soccer game, his first baseball game, his first basketball game. I realize that there have been a lot of years that have passed since that time. I realize the years are gone but where has the time itself gone? Make the most of life because we have no guarantees, for ourselves or our families. Make every attempt to get along. There will come a time when the empty chair will belong to me and you. Let’s fill it well while we are able.

them. All of this because their classmates didn’t treat them like King Tut, or how mom and Dad treat them at home. The recent 22-year-old California kid is a sad example. He was driving around in a BMW with a car full of expensive guns, cash and time to create hate movies and write insane diatribes about killing people. The tragedy is that he followed through. People were killed and a community is now devastated for the ages. The kid from California needed his butt kicked by his parents, his cash, BMW, and all the gadgets stripped away. We can’t lavish the abundance of life on people who are acting like monsters. As parents we make them monsters by continuing to underwrite their smart-mouthed, rebellious and even evil behavior. I understand he had severe mental issues. We live in a society of mental illness and it’s growing. Why is it growing? That’s another column. However, we don’t like the stigma of mental illness but families must reach out

for help. Importantly, we must be very active about implementing strong measures before disaster strikes. Dealing with such an illness requires more than a fifty minute counseling session once a week. There are a lot of great hard working kids in America. In most cases the kids in America who grow up a little hungry end up on top. Not always, but in most cases. These are the Kids who have responsibility at home. They have to work some in the family unit. They are expected to earn some of their cash. They are expected to do well in school and know that someday they must leave the house and be on their own without the financial backing of mom and dad. We don’t want another Columbine, Sandy Hook, Virginia Tech or Santa Barbara massacre and one of the ways to stop it is to change how we are raising our children. 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.

Guest Editorial: Glenn Mollette Stop the mass school killings, we must change how we are raising our children I sold Grit newspapers when I nine years old. It was always a great day when I had sold my last Grit for the week. The profit was five cents per paper. Some weeks I made as much as two dollars. I lived in a very rural area so bicycling up and down the road and knocking on doors took time and was a workout. However, it was always a good feeling of accomplishment to sell all my Grits. I had other responsibilities as a kid, such as mowing a huge yard with a push mower or cutting the hillside with a manual mowing side blade. The list is longer but enough of that. Too many of today’s kids are missing that feeling of accomplishing something from work. Too much is handed to them. Many come in from school, lock themselves up in their rooms and station themselves in front of their hi-speed internet computers while texting, posting on Facebook or doing it all on their expensive cell phones. They come

and go from the house in cars provided by mom and dad stopping to converse with them only when they need gas or spending money. Some of these same kids never show their report cards, often lie about their whereabouts and are verbally abusive with their parents when they are questioned about anything. When asked to do dishes, make their beds, pick up trash or help mow the yard the moaning begins. Whose fault is all of this? It’s our fault. We can only blame ourselves. Parents have tried too hard to give their kids what they did not have. We have tried to make life easier for our kids than it was for us. We have tried to save our children from pain and comfort them with extra cash, gadgets and little to no responsibility. The result has been a generational disaster. Today we have kids who have enough time on their hands to sit and hate their classmates while plotting out how they might destroy

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The fountain of truth Juan Ponce de Leon (1460 – 1521) ‘discovered’ what he called Florida (place of flowers) in 1513. This discovery was a surprise to the Calusa Indians already living there. The Calusas drove him GAVEL out once but he was a slow GAMUT learner and returned to Florida only to receive an arrow in his BY JUDGE thigh from which he died. JIM REDWINE Ponce de Leon was looking for gold and the fabled Fountain of Youth. Had he stumbled into Florida today he would have been met by a tribe consisting of slow moving, white haired people wearing an assortment of checkered shorts and speaking in several dialects of Italian and Yiddish. However, the arrows would still be flying at him from the car windows and honking horns. The only youth to be found in Florida comes from Hispaniola and other less exotic climes. This portion of the Sunshine State culture amuses itself by darting in and out and in between the vehicles of old people whose rear bumpers are an irresistible attraction. With the old people driving in erratic jerks and young people being jerks, a mere trip to the store can often result in impassioned (well, not too passionate by the old people) displays of arms and middle fingers. Ponce de Leon only went to Florida because his boss, the King of Spain, fired him as Governor of Puerto Rico and replaced him with Columbus’s son. Ponce de Leon had originally

come to America along with Columbus on his second voyage. This sense of being “dissed” by the King burned a hole in de Leon’s psyche such that he kept looking for redemptive revenge. Of course, he sought his redemption as all Europeans did, at the expense of the Native Americans. In this instance, the Indians won. Ponce de Leon may have been the first tourist to Florida but, as millions of pasty faced migrants from New York, New Jersey and even Indiana would prove he was only the first. Florida has no natives. The Indians, Calusa, Seminole, etc., have been evicted. People born in Florida flee the state to avoid the invasion from the snow birds. And, because The Fountain of Youth is now sought only in the tender care of plastic surgeons, all the explorers are dead. There are activities for old people in Florida, mainly shuffleboard, bocce and golf. However, golf in Florida has its own rules. Everyone must play as fast as their pacemakers allow and crowd right up against the tottering foursome in front of them while the shot sprayers behind occasionally do hit the ball more than seventy-five yards right into the forward group. Of course, these conditions result in about the same kind of pleasantries as occur on the streets. Ah, well, Peg and I will soon return to JPeg Ranch where all I need to worry about dodging are Peg’s orders.

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When Governor Pence asked me to take the position of Indiana Auditor of State back in January, it was a difficult decision to make. My focus as a State Representative was on being responsive to my district in Southwest Indiana, not on the next “big thing” politically. Governor Pence asked me to take some time and reflect on the opportunity with my husband and family in order to make the best decision for the State and for me. As we started discussing this opportunity to serve Hoosiers in a different role, I took that time to think back on the journey my life has taken over the last several years, bringing me to this point. In 1995, I started my public service as the Auditor of Vanderburgh County. I then went on to serve as the Vanderburgh County Commissioner and eventually as a State Representative where I was the Vice Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee – the committee tasked with creating our state’s biennial budget. I gained meaningful executive, legislative and fiscal experience at both state and local levels which all prepared me to take on the role of Auditor of State. This conclusion confirmed that accepting the role as Auditor was the right answer, and it has proven to be one of the best decisions I ever made. Since taking office and traveling the state talking to Hoosiers, I realized just how little is known about the State Auditor’s Office - even though it truly is one of the most important offices in the operation of state government. One interesting fact about my office is that the name is rather misleading; my office doesn’t actually audit. The State Board of Accounts, a separate agency, does the auditing for state and local governments.

The Auditor is the Chief Financial Officer of Indiana. My office is tasked with several crucial jobs, including: • Paying Indiana’s 31,000 employees; • Paying Indiana’s bills o Issuing payments to 250,000 vendors – approximately 8 million checks annually; • Accounting for the funds of the $30 billion biennial Indiana budget; • Overseeing and disbursing $13 billion in tax distributions to local units of government. My office is also responsible for compiling Indiana’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, the report credit agencies consider when determining our state’s credit rating. Indiana is one of only a handful of states with a AAA credit rating, signifying to employers that we have a healthy, welcoming economic climate conducive to business growth and sustainability. The Auditor’s Office helps keep Indiana’s fiscal health intact, ensuring that businesses large and small continue to see our Hoosier state as a smart investment for building and creating jobs. I am humbled and grateful to serve Hoosiers as the Auditor of State and to be a part of the long history of men and women who helped make Indiana the fiscal envy of the nation. My goal as your State Auditor is to continue fostering Indiana’s economic growth and ensure that every taxpayer dollar is spent with serious consideration and respect for the hard working Hoosiers who earned it. Appointed in 2014 as Indiana’s 56th State Auditor, Suzanne Crouch serves as the state’s chief financial officer. Prior to becoming State Auditor, Crouch served eight years as the state representative for House District 78 in Evansville.

Letters to the Editor Town council thanks community The Town Council of the Town of New Harmony would like to thank everyone who made a donation to the cemetery fund during the last several weeks and over the Memorial Day weekend. However, we are still in need of donations to help with maintenance expenses. Contributions may be mailed to the Town of New Harmony, PO Box 340, New Harmony,

IN 47631. We would also like to extend a special thank you to Girl Scout Troop 151 from New Harmony for placing the flags on the graves of the veterans, and to those who volunteered to collect the money, including Beta Chapter of Kappa, Kappa, Kappa. New Harmony Town Council

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THUNDER FOR LIGHTNING POKER RUN Seen below: American Thunder club members line up outside the Owen Dunn Post 5 American Legion before this weekend’s Thunder For Lightning Poker Run. The poker run was to give back to the community, benefitting the Lion’s Club’s annual Fourth of July Fireworks Display at Riverbend Park in Mount Vernon, Ind. Photos by Zach Straw

Sergeant of Arms Jamey Thomas, Vice President Justin Nelson and Photographer/ Sergeant of Arms Darwin Jarred stand proud before the run.

Organizers Lacey and Ricey Breeze get ready to ride on Saturday morning.

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Jack Webb, on a green Oliver tractor, helps with track maintenance during the Keck-Gonnerman pull Sunday afternoon at the Posey County Fairgrounds.

Cousins Ana Smithhart and Makenna Smithhart enjoy looking at their uncles’ cars during the 15th annual Black River Auto Fest held in Griffin on Sunday. Photo by Dave Pearce Above: Rural Posey County resident and Keck-Gonnerman tractor enthusiast Dave Morlock controls the flags during action Sunday afternoon at the Posey County Fairgrounds. Left: Members of the USI baseball team are in a heap following their exciting win in the National Championship College World Series game in Cary, N.C. over the weekend.

Ryan Kerney of Vanguard explains features of the new nurse’s security system. Photo by Zach Straw big rooms. The big room rooms if they want to stay put. will have a five foot shower Price increase for the new reand will not take away closet designs will be determined at space. The small rooms will a later date. At present, resihave four foot showers and dents pay $2,370 a month for lose about two feet in closet rental of big rooms which is space. the kitchenette will be considerably less than suron the back wall of the new rounding similar facilities. bathroom facing out into the Jim Spann, Director and living space. All kitchenettes Chairman of the Building will consist of a microwave, Committee, spoke on funding small refrigerator, oak cabi- the projects. “Our motivation nets and a small flat screen is resident safety with the first television. two projects. On the redeAmy Koch said the fixtures signed rooms, we are hoping and showers were chosen with for an opportunity to increase help from an occupational our resident number and intherapist and Ford Home crease demand for this special nursing staff. “For example, place. We run best when we we looked at what faucet is can rent every room.” easiest to use with arthritic finBesides monthly rental fees gers,” she noted. “We need to for rooms, most of the funds modernize the rooms and their will come from the Charles look. As baby boomers move Ford Trust. “We are working in, I know they don’t want to to keep Charles Ford’s memoget dressed and go down the ry alive and his wishes met as hall for a shower as we do best as we can.” Mrs. Campnow.” bell said. “We want our ladies Women residents asked happy, comfortable and safe.” all kinds of questions about Besides Campbell and lost closet space, availability Spann, other members of the dates, price and if a move to board are David Flanders, Tera new room is required. Koch ri Axton, Marie Opatrny, Paul explained that residents will Allison, Gail Norton, Nathan have first crack at renting the Maudlin, and Monteen Elliott. new rooms as they are pre- Questions may be directed to pared, but they do not have them or to Amy Koch at www. to move out of their present charlesfordhome.com.

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MOVIE NIGHT AT RIVERBEND PARK Below, Evah Straw enjoys a cone of one of Bliss Artisan signature flavors â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Chocolaty Chocolate.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Mount Vernon residents joined together on Friday night to enjoy a free public showing of the childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s movie â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Despicable Me 2â&#x20AC;&#x2122; at Riverbend Park. Concessions were provided by One Life Church and Waterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Edge Catering. The next free showing will be â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Back to the Futureâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on Friday, June 13 at 8 p.m. For more info, see www.facebook.com/MVParksandRec.

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Wildcats fall to Gibson Southern in sectional final By Steven Kochersperger The Mount Vernon baseball team appeared poised to win a sectional crown this past weekend as the team headed into their final inning of play tied for the lead with eventual champion Gibson Southern. The Wildcats had entered Sectional play ready to make noise and did just that with a win over Princeton Wednesday in the opener and a routing of Memorial in the semi-finals to give themselves a chance with Gibson Southern in the championship game. The Titans showed why they are ranked in the top ten in the state rankings as they pulled ahead in the seventh inning and shut the game down with four runs to beat Mount Vernon 5-1 and end the Wildcatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s year. Mount Vernon sent Austin Krizan to the mound on Wednesday night in the opener to take on the Princeton Tigers, a team looking to spoil the Wildcat run. Krizan looked like a man on a mission as he struck out five batters on his night keeping the Tigers at bay. Mount Vernon got on the board first against Princeton and in a big way in the second inning Wednesday night. Senior Bryce Newman doubled in the first run and Logan Brown drew a bases loaded walk to put the Wildcats ahead 2-0 early on. Austin Krizan helped his cause win a single that plated two more runs and the Wildcats found themselves in a good spot ahead 4-0 after the second inning of play. The Cats would get two more runs in the third inning on a Newman triple that scored two more to help Mount Vernon pull ahead 6-0 after three innings. Princeton would score a run on a bases loaded walk in the fourth inning but Mount Vernon would get that run back in their half of the fourth on an Austin Krizan triple to put

Mount Vernon ahead 7-1. Eventually Princeton would make another run but it was Mount Vernon who would stay ahead for good winning the opening game of the sectional 8-5 over Princeton Wednesday night. That win put Mount Vernon on track to take on the Memorial Tigers, a team that plays a tough schedule and is always ready for whatever comes their way. But Saturday afternoon the Wildcats showed Memorial that they are can play a little baseball in the Big Eight, as well. Wildcat Trevor Veeck pitched a great game for Mount Vernon allowing Memorial only a handful of hits all afternoon. With the score tied at 0-0 in the bottom of the fourth inning the Cats exploded for eight runs, five of them with two outs. Craig Beeson, Logan Brown, and Austin Krizan all doubled in the fourth inning while Brian Hensley and Ryan Goeltz also drove in runs as the Cats took a 8-0 lead into the fifth inning. After Veeck held Memorial without a hit in the top of the fifth the Wildcats were able to score two more runs off a Bryce Krizan single and a Newman single to end the game at 10-0. Craig Beeson had two doubles and two runs batted in while Logan Brown and Krizan both doubled among their two hits and drove in two runs for Mount Vernon. Winning pitcher Trevor Veeck (6-1) scattered three hits while walking none and striking out three. That win over Memorial gave Mount Vernon some needed momentum and set them up in the sectional championship game Saturday night against the ninth ranked Gibson Southern Titans. Cody Mobley pitched a fantastic game for Mount Vernon striking out six batters in six innings of work and only giving up one run in his night on the mound.

Catcher Logan Brown lays down a perfect bunt in Wednesday nightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s opening win over Princeton. Photo by Steve Kochersperger Gibson Southern did all their damage by Logan Brown, but were not able to answer against Mount Vernon with two outs and Gibson Southern on the scoreboard until the struck first with two outs in the fourth inning bottom of the sixth inning. Austin Krizanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s to lead the game 1-0. Mount Vernon got their Please See Wildcats, Page B3 first hit of the night in the fourth, a base hit

Lady Vikings win opener but cannot unlock Rebels Despite the lop-sided score, the game was closer than it might appear, at least for a while. The Lady Marksmen were able to load the bases in two of the first three innings but starting pitcher Haylee Elderkin and her defense always seemed to come up with a big stop at just the right time to keep Tell City off the scoreboard and take away any momentum the Lady Marksmen may have generated. Kelsey Owen continued to hit the ball well as she had multiple hits in the game. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We had a lot of hits in this game,â&#x20AC;? Gentil said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Basically, it seemed that every one of the nine girls that started had a hit or two. Besides Owen, Ally Brandenstein, Kayla Sanford, Taylor Franklin, and Blake Gamblin all had at least one hit. Ashley Schorr walked twice and Madison Worman was on base with a walk. Our first five hitters had two hits apiece.â&#x20AC;? Brandenstein had a pair of RBIs while Gamblin, Taylor Franklin, and Sanford also got their names in the scorebook with RBIs. But against South Spencer, there was just too much good pitching, defense, and hitting. The Lady Rebels went on to win the sectional. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The first time we played South Spencer, their freshman pitcher who pitched most of the year was pitching because their seasoned pitcher was working on overcoming an injury,â&#x20AC;? Gentil explained. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Their pitcher was back for the sectional and she pitched against Mater Dei and then also went on to pitch against Forest Park in the sectional championship. She has a very good rise ball and a very effective curve that moves away from right-handed hitters.â&#x20AC;? Pitching was pretty much the name of the game as the Lady Rebel defense was on top of their game, as well, as only two North Posey batters were able to get hits. Ally Brandenstein Taylor Franklin and Blake Gamblin celebrate success and Taylor Franklin each got on base with hits but were unable to move around. against Tell City. Photo by Dave Pearce â&#x20AC;&#x153;She really just controlled the game,â&#x20AC;? Gentil said of the By Dave Pearce Rebel pitcher. By most standards, outscoring your opponents 16-7 and goâ&#x20AC;&#x153;We had a very successful season. We had two pitchers ing 1-1 on the week is a pretty fair week of high school soft- coming back this year but we werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t sure how Ashley Schorr ball. However, when it is during sectional week, it is not good was going to respond coming back from her shoulder injury,â&#x20AC;? enough to stick around. Gentil said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;She and Haylee Elderkin were a great combiThatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just what happened this week as the North Posey Lady nation and Hannah Ogg, a freshman, got to start a couple of Vikings got off to a great start in the sectional at Forest Park by games and pitched well for us in some other games, as well.â&#x20AC;? defeating Tell City 13-0 early in the week. Gentil explained that with the pitching, it meant moving However, the South Spencer Lady Rebels, still on a high from people around at times on defense but he felt the Lady Vikings knocking off highly-regarded Mater Dei on opening night, put played well whatever position they were in. a 7-0 end to North Poseyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s season. But despite the exit, Coach â&#x20AC;&#x153;We ended up with the fifth or sixth best record in school Gary Gentil was complimentary of his team and its efforts. history with 17 wins and 11 losses,â&#x20AC;? Gentil said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was a very â&#x20AC;&#x153;Against Tell City, we were hitting the ball after the first successful year considering we had three returning seniors and inning or two,â&#x20AC;? Gentil said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We adjusted to their pitcher and one back after sitting out a year.â&#x20AC;? scored some runs and that enabled us to get everyone on the But this group may have been small but like any senior roster into a sectional game.â&#x20AC;? class, the coach is going to miss his leaders.

Third baseman Hayley Harness comes up throwing during the win over Tell City. Photo by Dave Pearce â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re losing a good group of seniors,â&#x20AC;? Gentil said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Kelsey Owen started at short as a junior and a senior and then we used her speed in the outfield later in the year. And Hayley Harness, my â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;vacuumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; at third base. Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just done a tremendous job at third base for the past three years. Ashley Schorr came back and gave us two number one pitchers. And then Madi Worman came out after sitting out a year and just had a terrific year. She did an outstanding job at catcher. She did a great job of adjusting to the pitchers.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;They were a great group of girls and we are really going to miss them next year,â&#x20AC;? Gentil concluded. The All-PAC softball team announced this week and Kelsey Owen was a first team All-PAC team while junior Blake Gamblin and freshman Ally Brandenstein received Honorable Mention. Owen was also named Academic All State and Schorr was honored as honorable mention on the Academic All State roster.

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Vikings enter Friday’s sectional playing best golf By Dave Pearce The North Posey Viking golf team will enter the golf sectional on Friday, June 6 on an upswing. The Vikings placed five golfers in the 40s in defeating Pike Central and Bosse at Cambridge in one of their final matches of the year. The Vikings came in at 184 while Pike Central was 201 and Bosse finished with 261, The most recent results available for Viking golf are as follows: At Cambridge GC North Posey 184 Pike Central 201 Bosse 261 North Posey Aaron Droste 45 Logan Willman 45 Mason Wassmer 46 Chase Wilderman 48 Darren O’Risky 49 Nathan Teel 51 Pike Central Kaleb Hill 44 (medalist) Ty Smith 48 Ty Hickey 54 Laron Griffith 55 Caleb Freeland 57 Austin Dixon 58 Bosse Jake Watson 64 Colton Bland 65 Malaki Berry 66 Nate Tobin 66 Mason Martyn 67 Dakota Berry 70 Central 168 North Posey 190 Central Dylan Meyer 37 Austin VanBritson 42 Nate Phelps 44 Drake Daugherty 45 Reed Leonhardt 46 Drew Cissna 48 North Posey Chase Wilderman 46 Aaron Droste 46 Darren O’Risky 46 Mason Wassmer 52 Nathan Teel 54 Carson Martin 68 NP 194 Tecumseh 249 NP Chase Wilderman 45 Aaron Droste 49 Darren O’Risky 50 Mason Wassmer 50 Nathan Teel 51 Tyler Wright 56 Tecumseh John Dossett 56 Blake McLemore 61 Nick Pixley 62 Dakota Young 70 Tyler Phernetton 73 Results of the Pocket Athletic Conference match are as follows: 1 Preston HH Vanwinkle 34-36--70 -2 2 Tyler SR Gray 3734--71 -1 3 Corey HH Teaford 37-36--73 +1 4 Tyler SS Forston 3836--74 +2 5 Beau SR Schneider 37-38--75 +3 6 Joe SS Davis 3739--76 +4 7 Alex HH Gordon 40-40--80 +8 8 Nick GS Virden 4239--81 +9 9 Mason TC Waniger 40-42--82 +10 10 Martin GS Coyle 40-44--84 +12 T11 Winston FP Glenn 43-43--86 +14 T11 Grant TC Bolin 45-41--86 +14 T11 Shane GS Murphy 44-42--86 +14 14 Austin SS Enright 44-43--87 +15 T15 Kaleb PC Hill 4543--88 +16 T15 Drew SR Dearing

47-41--88 +16 T15 Brandon GS Long 45-43--88 +16 18 Levi SS Percifield 45-47--92 +20 T19 Damian TC Harney 46-47--93 +21 T19 Jimmy TC Phillips 45-48--93 +21 T19 Adam SS Roth 50-43--93 +21 T22 Laron PC Griffith 45-50--95 +23 T22 Dakota HH Deller 45-50--95 +23 T22 Mitch SR Steinkamp 49-46--95 +23 25 Aaron NP Droste 51-45--96 +24 26 Cole FP Wendholt 48-49--97 +25 27 Drew FP Weyer 4949--98 +26 T28 Bryce FP Brosmer 54-46--100 +28 T28 Austin GS Elpers 52-48--100 +28 T28 Evan HH Braun 54-46--100 +28 31 Tyler PC Toopes 5250--102 +30 32 Evan SR Julian 5647--103 +31 T33 Darren NP O’Risky 53-52--105 +33 T33 Mason NP Wassmer 51-54--105 +33 35 Chase NP Wilderman 54-53--107 +35 36 Travis FP Nord 5953--112 +40 37 Nathan NP Teel 5856--114 +42 T38 Caleb PC Freeland 59-61--120 +48 T38 Austin PC Dixon 59-61--120 +48 40 Blake TEC McLemore 65-65--130 +58 41 John TEC Dossett 65-67--132 +60 T42 Nick TEC Pixley 78-69--147 +75 T42 Tyler TEC Phernetton 74-73--147 +75 44 Josh TEC Pixley 7978--157 +85 1 Preston HH Vanwinkle 156-162--318 +30 Corey HH Teaford Alex HH Gordon Evan HH Braun Dakota HH Deller T2 Levi SS Percifield 164-165--329 +41 Joe SS Davis Austin SS Enright Tyler SS Forston Adam SS Roth T2 Mitch SR Steinkamp 170-159--329 +41 Beau SR Schneider Evan SR Julian Drew SR Dearing Tyler SR Gray 4 Martin GS Coyle 171-168--339 +51 Austin GS Elpers Brandon GS Long Shane GS Murphy Nick GS Virden 5 Mason TC Waniger 176-178--354 +66 Jimmy TC Phillips Damian TC Harney Grant TC Bolin 6 Winston FP Glenn 194-187--381 +93 Cole FP Wendholt Drew FP Weyer Bryce FP Brosmer Travis FP Nord 7 Austin PC Dixon 201-204--405 +117 Caleb PC Freeland Laron PC Griffith Kaleb PC Hill Tyler PC Toopes 8 Aaron NP Droste 209-204--413 +125 Darren NP O’Risky Mason NP Wassmer Chase NP Wilderman Nathan NP Teel 9 John TEC Dossett 282-274--556 +268 Blake TEC McLemore Tyler TEC Phernetton Josh TEC Pixley Nick TEC Pixley The Vikings will be one of the first teams off the tee box on Friday morning as they are slated to tee off at Fendrich Golf Course at 7 a.m.

The North Posey Track team received these trophies at their Sports Banquet at Hoosiers Pizza and Wings in Wadesville, Ind., on Wednesday May 28. Front Row (L – R): Marlee Sims, Savannah King, Kenzie Orlik, and Celeste Hill; Back Row (L – R): Luke Gries, Zack Wargel, Mitch Heldt, A.J. Sims, and Josh Wiggins. Not pictured is Emma Werry. Final Track report: The North Posey girls performed well at the Evansville Track Regionals on Tuesday, May 27. Senior Emma Werry finished in sixth place in the 300-meter hurdles. Junior Savannah King finished in sixth place in the 800-meter run. Sophomore Shelbi Newcomer finished in sixth place in the 400-meter dash. The 1600 relay team of Werry, sophomore Celeste Hill, senior Kenzie Orlik, and Newcomer finished in seventh place. Also participating in the long jump at the regionals was freshman Hannah Voegel. Zack Voegel was the lone North Posey boy to qualify for the regionals where he threw the discus but was unable to make the finals.

Errors too costly in tourney opener

North Posey Viking baseball Coach Darrick Wiggins offers his assistance on this call at third base as James Marshall slid in under the tag during the Vikings’ tournament opener in Tell City this week. Photo by Dave Pearce By Dave Pearce The next to the last pitch at Tell City in the baseball sectional opener for the North Posey Vikings on Wednesday was indicative of the day for both the North Posey Vikings and the Tell City Marksmen. Connor Motz ripped a chopping foul ball in the direction of the Tell City dugout and as most of the payers were trying to get out of the way, one of the Tell City assistant coachers stuck his hat over the dugout railing. And, you guessed it, the ball went right into the hat. Another lucky souvenir? Not in high school baseball. But a sign of good fortune for the Marksmen, most definitely. The Vikings were able to garner only two runs on seven official hits. But the Vikings had more lined shots than the Need-A-Nurse program during the contest. But as luck would have it, the hard-hit balls always seemed to be right at someone who easily made the play. The real story of the game came in the error department, where the Vikings picked up five errors while allowing nine runs on nine hits. “Two errors and a dropped fly ball in the first inning is all it took to slow down the momentum of the Viking baseball team,” Coach Darrick Wiggins said as his team had come into the tournament on a tear or sorts, winning several important

Wildcats, from Page B1 single in the sixth plated a run to tie the game up at 1-1 and give Mount Vernon the momentum heading into the final inning of play. But Gibson Southern would score four runs in the seventh all with two outs to seal the game and beat Mount Vernon at 5-1. Gibson Southern is a senior-laden team and coming into the tournament, were favored to win, just as they had last year. Dillon Whitten allowed only four hits and Reed Farmer drove in the go-ahead run in the sixth as the Titans defeated Mount Vernon 5-1 in the Class 3A sectional championship game at UE’s Braun Stadium. “I’ve been playing baseball with these guys since I was able to walk,” said the se-

nior, Whitten, who walked four and struck out eight in improving to 7-2. “This is one of the biggest achievements I’ve ever had. It’s a great feeling for all of us.” Gibson Southern, 21-7 and ranked No. 9, won its second successive sectional title and ninth in school history. And while the ending was not what Mount Vernon would have hoped for, the season was a great success for the Wildcat baseball team. Mount Vernon ends their season with an overall record of 17-10 and now looks to their young ball club to carry the load next season. All involved in the program believe the pieces are in place for a very bight Mount Vernon future.

games against some very good teams. But despite the errors, the Vikings simply could not get the bats going with runners on base. The Vikings left 10 runners on base. “Even the well hit balls all seemed to be hit right at the Marksman and couldn’t find a hole,” An obviously disappointed but proud Wiggins said following the game. “They jumped out in the first inning and shut us down. We had opportunities though. We had the bases loaded with only one out and were able to get only one run across.” But the Viking skipper had trouble getting past the rash of errors that put his team in the hole to begin with in the first inning. It dug a hole too deep for the Vikings to climb out of and led to their first-game exit. “We lost that game in the lower half of that first inning,” Wiggins said. “We had two errors and a mental error. We just gave them too many outs. We didn’t come out and back up Zack (Carl).” The senior ace of the pitching staff had led the team all season. As a mat-

ter of fact, heading into the Tell City contest, he was 5-0 with an ERA of .88. “We thought we had our best defense on the field with him on the mound and we just figured that was the way to go,” Wiggins said. “He pitched really well but he just didn’t have the help behind him, especially in that first inning.” Wiggins said the team has been predominantly a team that had to play even or ahead of the competition throughout the season, typically not playing well from behind. “When they got out ahead, we just had trouble turning it around,” Wiggins said. “But in fairness to them, their pitchers did a good job of keeping up off-balance. When we did hit the ball, it was right at somebody.” Wiggins said he did not realize until after the game that James Marshall had went 3-for-3 for his team. “He hit the ball really well,” Wiggins said. “And Dylan Wright was 1-for-2, Lindauer was 1-for-4 and Gerteisen was 1-for-4. And Griffin Weithop got a hit in his only official at-bat. We

hit the ball but they were making the plays.” Mater Dei got through their half of the bracket and actually won the sectional with a 3-2 extra-inning victory over defending state champion South Spencer. But despite the seasonending loss, Wiggins was very happy with what his team was able to accomplish this season. “I told the boys even before we went into the sectional that I could not have asked for a better group,” Wiggins said. “They bought in to what we were trying to do and they actually took hold of it and pushed for it from the get-go. This final game was not at all indicative of the progress made by this team. They really turned a lot of things around this year. Before the season, many people were saying they would be lucky to be a .500 ball club and they far exceeded that.” The team finished 16-10 on the season. “We came out and beat some really good teams and we had a lot of people talking about us,” Wiggins said. “I am very proud of them. And I learned a lot of things this year, too. It was really a learning experience for me this year and I was surrounded by a great coaching staff. I didn’t have to worry about Ryan (Marvel) with the jayvee. I was very blessed with the people I had around me.” On the season, the Vikings were led by Christian Jones with an average of .478, while Derek Lindauer averaged .426, Reed Gerteisen was .338 and James Marshall was .333. On-base percentage was also led by Jones with .568, Gerteisen averaged .494, and Lindauer came in at .474 On the mound, the Vikings were led by Zack Carl who was 5-1 with and ERA of 0.88, followed by Collin Woods who was 5-1 with and ERA of 3.14, Derek Lindauer was 2-3 overall and his ERA was 4.03. Dylan Wright and Christian Jones led the rest of the staff who also pitched quality innings for the Vikings this year.

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Lady Wildcats steamroll Bosse, nearly upset Gibson Southern By Steve Kochersperger The Lady Wildcat softball team entered this week’s sectional games with high hopes. The team has had an up and down year but has always seemed to find a way to be in

each and every game they have played this season. That would also be true once again this week as the Wildcats took it to Bosse in the opener in impressive fashion before losing a long heartbreaking game to eventual

Babe Ruth league rolls along By Conner Voegel The definition of leadership is as follows: “the position or function of a leader, a person who guides or directs a group.” In life, you generally have leader whether it is in school, band, jobs, or sports. Leaders are normally older or higher up on the totem poll than the younger person, but that is not always the case. In baseball though you normally look to the older players for guidance knowing they have been through these situations that you have not. In Babe Ruth baseball, younger players look forward to their 15-year-old and final year. Why not, right? You do not have to pick up equipment, when it’s time to get the field ready all you do is get the bases then you are done, and even better you get to hit dingers off “rookie” 13-year-old pitchers. But as the old saying goes with great power comes great responsibility. With this power you have to lead your team to a winning season, show them you are there to win and not to just joke around, and most of all teach them how to lead in their future years. Before we get to the stats Posey County would like to recognize the leaders of North Posey Red and Black, now that all are back from either junior varsity or varsity baseball action. From North Posey Black the 15-yearolds are Quinton Fife, Josh Wiggins, Tim Gish, Levi Ricketts, Ethan Morlock, and Luke Gries. The 15-year-olds form North Posey Red are Gage McCullough, Ethan Rose, Ryan Daugherty, Dalton Rankin, and Glen Alexander. North Posey Red gained two players back these past two weeks, Ethan Rose and Dalton Rankin. Red played two games this past week. They started off against Princeton White. Rankin started on the hill for Red. Rankin went four innings, giving up three runs, while striking out four, and gaining his first win of the season. Hunter Alkire cam in after to shut things down, going one inning giving up no runs and adding one strikeout to the book. “Our hitting was excellent, and we had great leadership from our fifteens,” said head coach Josh Stoneberger. Red had nine hits on the night, but also walking ten times. Rankin and Jordan Goedde led the team with two hits each, while Alec Goetz, Jarett Motz, Seth Morrow, Ryan Daugherty, and Wes Voegel all ended up with one. Also notable was the fact that Goetz ended up stealing five bases in this game. Red ended up winning 16-3. Next, Red faced off against Oakland City. Wes Voegel started on the hill for Red going three innings giving up no runs and striking out four, picking up another win. Goedde came into shut things down going two innings giving up

no runs and striking out two. Red ended up getting 11 hits in this game. Rankin led the team with three, Ethan Rose had two, while Motz, Alkire, Alexander, Goedde, Voegel, and Gage McCullough all ended up with one hit each. Red won the game 11-0. North Posey Black also ended up gaining two players these past two weeks, Quinton Fife and Ethan Morlock. “We are here to compete, and we plan on defending our league title as the year goes on,” said head coach Damien Word. Black played three games on the week. The team began the week with St. Wendel. AJ Reynolds started on the bump for black. Reynolds went three-and-two-thirds innings giving up three runs on five hits. Grant Parker then came in and went two-and-one-third innings, giving up three runs while striking out two. Brandon Hamman then came in the game to close it down and that is just what he did. Hamman went one inning giving up one hit and no runs. The offensive stats for this game showed as Fife took two hits, while L. Ricketts, Josh Wiggins, Dalton Cox, Parker, and Josiah Ricketts all ended up with one each. Next Black faced off against Princeton White. Morlock started off pitching for Black. Morlock went all seven innings giving up just one run on four hits, striking out eight, while throwing a whopping 111 pitches. “Lately our offensive part of the game has just taken off,” Damien Word. This game Black had only seven hits, but ended up taking many walks. Fife, J. Ricketts, Corey Heath, Cox, and Gries had one hit each, while Morlock had two. Finally for their last game of the week, Black headed back to St. Wendel. Hamman started for the pitching staff going three innings, giving up no runs on one hit, and striking out six. After Hamman, Dalton Cox got the call going one inning giving up four runs on one hit, while striking out three. Then Heath came in to shut things down. Heath went three innings giving up no runs on one hit, and striking out two. On the offensive side Cox and L. Ricketts ended up with two hits, while Fife, Cameron Fisher, Hamman, and Morlock all ended up with one. NP Red and Black will face off again this week on Thursday at 7 p.m. The schedule for North Posey Black this coming week, June 2-June 7, is as follows: Thursday June 5-Home-7 p.m., Saturday June 7-@Haubstaut Merchants-4 p.m.. The schedule for NP Red for the coming week, June 2-June 7 is as follows: Monday June 2-@Owensville-7 p.m., Thursday June 5-Home-7 p.m., Saturday June 7-@Haubstaut Legion-7 p.m.

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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK AUSTIN GUTHRIE

North Posey senior-to-be James Marshall was 3-for-3 during the Vikings’ final game of the season this week in Tell City.

Senior Austin Guthrie finished second in the 110 Hurdles on Thursday and will now move on to compete at the State Championships in this race. Photo by Steve Kochersperger

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sectional champion Gibson Southern in the semi-finals. Freshman Haley Goad once again found herself on the mound, now with a year’s worth of experience behind her. Goad entered into the opening game with the Bosse Bulldogs with confidence that if she threw a good game her team would be in the thick of the sectional championship hopes. That is what happened as Goad held the Bulldogs to just a few hits as her teammates carried the load with their bats. Mount Vernon came out of the gate early and heavy as the Wildcats scored all of their 16 runs in the first five innings of play. The Bulldogs did manage to get a run across in the third inning but the game ended after five innings with Mount Vernon beating Bosse easily 16-1 and head to the semi-finals with confidence and high hopes. Those high hopes kept Mount Vernon in the game Wednesday night as Gibson Southern and the Lady Cats locked up in a low scoring pitchers duel. Haley Goad once again showed how much she has grown this season as she went the majority of the way giving up only one run to the host Titans, a run in the third inning that gave Gibson Southern an early 1-0 lead. Mount Vernon was able to sneak a run by

the Titans and tied the game at 1-1 in the top of the sixth inning. From there the game was locked as both teams continued to stop their opponents and not give each other a chance at winning the ball game. But Gibson Southern ended that with a run in the twelfth inning to end the Wildcat season and advance the Titans with a 2-1 win. The Titan win ends a roller-coaster of a year for Mount Vernon. It was a season marred with injury and a ton of one run losses. The Wildcats are holding on to those high hopes though and hope that all they do in the off season will be enough to come back healthy and ready next season to advance Mount Vernon in the state tournament. The young pieces are there to do just that as the team says goodbye to one senior and welcomes back a very young ball club. “We are a young club that has been working hard all season long to get better each and every day,’ Coach Dave Bell said. “ I am proud of this club and all the girls’ have given this year. The team has battled all year long and no matter what we faced we overcame.” That attitude is one that can build a long lasting winner, according to their coach, and the Cats hope to do just that as they look to their future.

Posey County’s happy campers

Third and fourth grade basketball camp..... Front row (from left): Noah Roberts, Ronnie Brown, Kaden Gengelbach, Kaedyn Stewart, Colin Schipp, and Max Greene. Back row (from left): Coach Vince McClure, Vince Scheller, Cayden McClure, Austin Bruce, Kyle Downey, Luke Scheller, Tad Jones, and Coach Heath Howington.

First and Second grade basketball camp..... Front row (from left): Brennan Barrett, Kade Buecher, Austin Schmitt, Trey Schipp, Kaden Reynolds, Jackson Mills, Dylan Helfert, Henry Martin, and Tad Mueller. Back row (from left): Coach Vince McClure, Rex Greene, Trey Buecher, Seth Gentil, Carter Wagner, Jesse Danhauer, Nolan Schickel, Brennan Butcher, Seth Turpen, and Coach Heath Howington.

Third and fourth grade basketball camp..... Front Row: Olivia Redman, Hadley Weatherford, Jaycee Jarvis, Abbi Bazan, Krissy Bazan, Anika Cooper, Morgan Watson, and Morgan Adler. In back are Brandi Schu, Abbi Miller, Emily McCarty, Abby Ries, Mallory Kuhn, Hannah Seifert, Molly Jones, Keirra Deig, Sadie Redman, and Haley Rutledge. Photos submitted

Fifth and sixth grade basketball camp..... Front Row: Andreana Carlino, Morgan Woods, Jessica Jones, Jenna Veatch, Megan Simpson, Elizabeth Ries, Savannah Weatherford, and Jadyn Ricketts. In back are Alexis Anderson, Brianna Woods, Baylee Boerner Paige Robinson, Brooke Jackson, Abbie Steinhart, Libby Steinhart, and Grace Thompson.

Seventh and eighth grade basketball camp..... Front Row: Maggie Jone, Jaycie Tucker, Clara Hawley, Nicole Tucker, Madison Rodgers, and Bailey Woods. Back Row: Addie Robinson, Megan Ghrist, Emma Weilbrenner, Tory Thompson, Courtney Bourne, Kayanna French, Demi Collins, and Arianna Wilkerson.


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LEGALS Court News Arrests May 23 Ricky Boaz—Mount Vernon—Strangulation, Domestic Battery—MVPD May 24 Deanna Wright—New Haven, Ill.—Theft—MVPD May 26 Dameon Turner—Mount Vernon—Burglary, Possession of a Legend Drug, Possession of a Controlled Substance—MVPD May 27 Brian Nichols—Mount Vernon—Operating While Intoxicated—MVPD Patricia Reich—Warrant, Battery Resulting in Bodily Injury, Resisting Law Enforcement (Petition To Revoke)—PCS May 28 Natasha Woodward— Mount Vernon—Domestic Battery—ISP Samuel Jernigan—Mount Vernon—Possession of Paraphernalia, Possession of Synthetic Drug--ISP Complaints May 13 3:49 a.m.—Road Hazard—Tree in the roadway blocking the southbound lane—Tile Factory Road, Mount Vernon 7:58 a.m.—Accident— Wife had a wreck. Two vehicles—Schmitt Road, Mount Vernon 8 a.m.—Threatening— Male subject pulled gun on a male subject this morning, he then went to the Post Office to have them call for an officer—Cynthiana 2:45 p.m.—Theft— Would like to speak with an

officer about her neighbor stealing her couch cushion—Steammill, New Harmony 2:53 p.m.—Fraud— Bank is needing a copy of fraud report—Saxe Road, Poseyville 3:13 p.m.—VIN Inspection—S-10 truck—Hilltop Lane, Wadesville 4:06 p.m.—Burglary— Had a breaking and entering after 5 a.m. this morning. Just came back and has noticed the house has been broken into. Several items stolen—Lower Mt. Vernon Road, Mount Vernon 4:49 p.m.—Welfare Check—Received a tip male subject is high on meth and has threatened to harm his drug dealer who lives in Posey County—Poseyville 6:36 p.m.—Breathing— Male subject needs medical attention—Slimbottom Road, Mount Vernon May 14 1:09 a.m.—Theft—Caller advised he is watching his neighbor carry items from one apartment to another. When he went to confront the subject, the individual told him he would put everything back and lock up and it would be fine. Requesting officers—Walnut, Poseyville 2:27 a.m.—911 Hangup—Static—Blackburn Road, Mount Vernon 7:50 a.m.—Citizen Assist—Caller advised she has subjects from her husband’s company coming to her house to try to remove things from her residence. Caller advised that she has documentation that these items are hers. Caller advised she just passed them

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on the road when she was leaving. Caller is returning to the residence to meet with deputies—Buchanan Road, Mount Vernon 10:26 a.m.—Information—Needing a deputy to give him a call. Might need a deputy to go with him to a residence—Posey County 11:48 a.m.—Miscellaneous—Male subject is giving false information to CPS. Requesting an officer—Deer Run, Evansville 3:14 p.m.—Breaking and Entering—Has been gone, just got home. Everything is torn up inside residence. Happened sometime after noon today. Unsure if anything is missing at this time—Copperline Road, Mount Vernon 4:26 p.m.—Standby— Needing a standby for child exchange—Old Mill Mart, New Harmony 4:37 p.m.—Alarm— Trailer, north door—Zoar Church Road, Mount Vernon 4:43 p.m.—Miscellaneous—Just missed a call from deputy in reference getting firearm back—Posey County 5:58 p.m.—Noise—First house advised subjects have a demo car, revving it up. Advised this has went on past 10 p.m. before—Tile Factory, Mount Vernon 6:23 p.m.—Criminal Mischief—Lug nuts were missing on son’s truck and wheel fell off truck when he was driving down the roadway. Tow truck could not find lug nuts when it happened. Insurance requesting an officer report—Sassafrass Drive, Evansville 7:21 p.m.—Welfare Check—Caborn Road, Mount Vernon 8:29 p.m.—Noise—Has a complaint reference male subject revving his engine all hours of the night— Mockingbird and Tile Factory, Mount Vernon 10:17 p.m.—Accident— Truck off in a ditch. Believes male subject is injured. He is not talking right—Caborn Road, Mount Vernon May 15 2:14 a.m.—Information—Her son missed the curve when he was going home. She advised he is not injured and has already called the tow company. The tow company advised she needs to call and let us know about the incident. The vehicle is out of the roadway and in the field. She advised she doesn’t need a report on

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CAUSE NO: 65C01-1404-MF-000161 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Plaintiff, vs. SIRON CRESWELL A/K/A SIREN LAMAR CRESWELL A/K/A SIRON L. CRESWELL, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW OF RECIE A. WARD AND THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW OF CARL HAWKINS, JR.,

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NOTICE OF SUIT The state of Indiana to the Defendants above named, and any other person who may be concerned: You are notified that you have been sued in the Court above named. The nature of the suit against you is a Complaint on Note and for Foreclosure of Mortgage on the following described real estate: A certain tract of parcel of land in Posey County, in the State of Indiana, described as follows: Beginning at a point on the East line of Maple Street in the City of Mt. Vernon, Indiana, Seventy (70) feet South of the Southwest corner of Lot 88 in Kimball’s Enlargement to said City: thence East at right angle to Maple Street and along the South side of Lot owned by Oren Roettger, a distance of One Hundred Eighty (180) feet; thence South at right angle, a distance of Sixty-five (65) feet; thence West at right angle, a distance of One Hundred Eighty (180) feet to Maple Street; thence North along Maple Street Sixty-five (65) feet to the place of beginning. This lot is 65 feet front on Maple Street and with a depth of 180 feet. And Commonly known as: 244 S Maple St, Mount Vernon, IN 47620-2183 This Summons by Publication is specifically directed to the following named Defendants whose whereabouts are known to me: Siron Creswell a/k/a Siron Lamar Creswell a/k/a Siron L. Creswell This Summons by Publication is also specifically directed to the following named Defendants whose whereabouts are unknown to me: The Unknown Heirs at Law of Recie A. Ward and The Unknown Heirs at Law of Carl Hawkins, Jr. In addition to the above named Defendants being served by this Summons, there may be other Defendants who have an interest in this lawsuit. If you have a claim for relief against the Plaintiff arising from the same transaction or occurrence, you must assert it in your written answer.

it because she only has liability and it will be removed in the morning. It’s a 1996 silver Mazda—Springfield and Spring Switch, Mount Vernon 5:a.m.—Lockout— Chevy Blazer in the parking lot—Darnell School Road, Mount Vernon 7:53 a.m.—Theft—Batteries stolen from job site equipment—Barritt Switch Bridge, Griffin 8:52 a.m.—Road Closed—Road will be closed for approximately three months for bridge repair—Barritt Switch Road, Griffin 9:29 a.m.—Alarm—General burglary—Hwy 66, Wadesville 10:37 a.m.—Family Fight—Caller witnessed her friend’s father trying to choke her friend. In the altercation the friend’s child was knocked down, is bleeding from the head. Caller stated the parties are separated now. The father went across the street. Her friend drove off—Fletchall, Poseyville 11:09 a.m.—VIN Inspection—63 Chevy step van— Gumble Road, Evansville 12:23 p.m.—VIN Inspection—boat—Stierley Road, Wadesville 12:28 p.m.—VIN Inspection—Mobile Home—Second Street, Poseyville 1:59 p.m.—Traffic Hazard—Semi broke down in the curve. No markers or triangles out—Hwy 66, New Harmony 3:18 p.m.—Theft— Someone has stolen gasoline out of outside tank. Requesting officer. Lock broken off tank, handle messed with and tank is empty. Was about half full—Copperline Road, Mount Vernon 4:41 p.m.—Wanted Person—Out with subject— Fifth Street, Mount Vernon 4:55 p.m.—VIN Inspection—2014 Honda 420— Caborn Road, Mount Vernon 6:16 p.m.—Agency Assist—Wants to speak with deputy about camper that was stolen. Deputy is with male subject in Illinois and he says that the camper that is there is his—White County 6:32 p.m.—Road Hazard—2 or 3 areas where road is washed out—Wabash Road, Mount Vernon 6:48 p.m.—Missing Person—Wanting to talk to a deputy in reference 11 yearold granddaughter missing. Advised she has been dealing with Evansville and Las Vegas but advised juvenile is originally missing from Posey County—Stonewood Drive, Mount Vernon 9:21 p.m.—Traffic Hazard—Dodge truck sitting in intersection. Subject sitting in the truck, other vehicles having to go around—hwy 62, Evansville 9:47 p.m.—Property Damage—Caller on the way home noticed someone has hit several mailboxes and trash cans. Advised damage to multiple properties. Does not need to speak with an officer, just request

area checked—Winery Rd, Wadesville 10:53 p.m.—Car/Deer— Just north of rock yard— Hwy 69, Mount Vernon May 16 2:01 a.m.—Theft—Caller received a call saying someone is messing with his equipment trailer and seems to being trying to steal it. He advised he is working in that area and it’s parked at the location. He stated it’s a 38 foot black equipment trailer with lots of tires on the back of it. He is on his way to the location now to see if it’s gone—Mackey Ferry Rd, Mount Vernon 7:02 a.m.—Miscellaneous—Has some questions about a minor ticket his son received last Saturday morning—V O Dr, Poseyville 7:20 a.m.—VIN Inspection—4-wheeler—Bluff Rd, Mount Vernon 11:57 a.m.—Hit and Run—Customer noticed her car has been hit. Ford Taurus, gray—Frankie J’s, Wadesville 1:13 p.m.—Motorist Assist—On side of the road— I-64, Poseyville 2:21 p.m.—Accident— Was backing out same time as someone across the street was and vehicles hit. No injuries—Main Street, Cynthiana 4:50 p.m.—Theft—Requesting a call in reference a stolen vehicle. Occurred in Vanderburgh but truck is possibly in Posey—Happe, Evansville 6:10 p.m.—Motorist Assist—Out with vehicle, no plate—Carson School Road, Mount Vernon 8:35 p.m.—ATV—Subject is driving up and down the roadway on his atv very fast rates of speed. Caller is concerned for this ongoing issued—AJ Drive, St. Wendel 8:57 p.m.—Motorist Assist—Truck broken down— I-64, Griffin 10:28 p.m.—Alarm— Main Street, Poseyville May 17 1:10 a.m.—Juvenile Problem—Wanting deputy to call his house reference kids messing around the neighborhood and beating on windows—Wadesville 1:32 a.m.—Reckless— Caller is in a silver Astro delivery van. He advised a gold 2-door Explorer tried to run him off the road and now is following him, riding up on his bumper and being very reckless. He advised there are 2 occupants—Old Mill Mart, New Harmony 6:26 a.m.—Information—Requesting to speak with officer—Posey County 8:40 a.m.—Vandalism— Had some landscaping lights destroyed. Neighbors have some damage done as well. Caller is requesting to speak to an officer and would like extra patrol—Green Meadow Court, Poseyville 1:44 p.m.—Alarm— Door—hwy 66, Wadesville 2:51 p.m.—Reckless— Pink Mini-Cooper and a tan Dodge Stratus—Hwy 62,

Mount Vernon 7:08 p.m.—Wanted Person—Male subject—Rocky Falls, Mount Vernon 7:52 p.m.—Alarm— Main entry door—Fourth St, Mount Vernon 9:57 p.m.—Suspicious— Red F-150, fourmale subjects got out—Lower New Harmony Road, Mount Vernon May 18 11:41 p.m.—Suspicious—Red Chevy Impala with female driver inside. Looks like she is sleeping, no answering vehicle window. Advised female is breathing. Unsure if intoxicated or what the problem is—Creamery Rd, Evansville May 19 12:29 a.m.—Alarm— East side motion—Broadway Avenue, Evansville 3:39 a.m.—Suspicious— Advised heard three knocks on her house. Requesting to speak to an officer and have property checked—Jackson Road, Mount Vernon 9:14 a.m.—Lockout— Freightliner semi. Caller is aware officers are not liable for any damage that could occur to vehicle—Mackey Ferry Road, Mount Vernon 9:29 a.m.—VIN Inspection—Two 4-wheelers— Story Street, Stewartsville 2:46 p.m.—Accident—2 vehicles. One rear-ended another vehicle. No injuries. Pontiac vs. Beetle—South Terrace parking lot, Wadesville 3:06 p.m.—VIN Inspection—Boat—Steammill, New Harmony 4:12 p.m.—Probation Violation—16 year-old son has a protective order against female subject. Subject keeps driving by and honking repeatedly. Would like an officer to go speak with her—Boberg Road, Mount Vernon 5:53 p.m.—Information—Flagged down by a couple subjects—Eighth and Mill streets, Mount Vernon 6:05 p.m.—Child Abuse—Advised subject walked to caller’s house and advised that his father had attacked him—Gun Club Road, Mount Vernon 6:45 p.m.—Juvenile Problem—Juveniles messing in caller’s mailbox— Upton Road, Mount Vernon 7:36 p.m.—Harassment—neighbor was harassing caller, verbally assaulting her—South Lavon Drive, Mount Vernon 8:13 p.m.—Motorist Assist—Out with white female in a vehicle. Believe she is broke down—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 9:01 p.m.—Juvenile Problem—Caller would like a call reference caller’s juvenile daughter—Elk Trail, Evansville 11:21 p.m.—Alarm— East side motion—Broadway, Evansville 11:43 p.m.—Information—Will be out at the football field on foot— North Posey High School, Poseyville

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IN THE MATTER OF THE UNSUPERVISED ANCILLARY ESTATE OF DOROTHY MAUER-STEFL, DECEASED.

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IN THE POSEY CIRCUIT COURT 2014 TERM

CAUSE NO: 65C01-1405-EU-00021

ATTORNEY: BENDER LAW, LLC Jacob P. Weis, #31162-53 17 W. Main Street, P.O. Box 430 Poseyville, Indiana, 47633 Phone: (812) 874-3636, (812) 985-2102 NOTICE OF UNSURPERVISED ADMINISTRATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF POSEY COUNTY, INDIANA.

You must answer the Complaint in writing, by you or your attorney, on or before the 140h day of July, 2014, (the same being within thirty (30) days after the Third Notice of Suit), and if you fail to do so, a judgment will be entered against you for what the Plaintiff has demanded. DOYLE LEGAL CORPORATION, P.C. By: James L. Shoemaker ATTEST: Clerk of the Posey County Circuit Court 1

In the matter of the ancillary estate of Dorothy Maurer-Stefl, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Richard A. Schutz and Stanley Maurer on the 14th day of May, 2014, were appointed Co-Executors of the ancillary estate of Dorothy Maurer-Stefl, deceased, who died on January 13, 2014. All persons having claims against this estate, whether or not now due, must file the claim in the office of the clerk of this court within three (3) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or within nine (9) months after the decedent’s death, whichever is earlier, or the claims will be forever barred. Dated at Mt. Vernon, Indiana, this 14th day of May, 2014.

S. Brent Potter (10900-49) DOYLE LEGAL CORPORATION, P.C. 41 E Washington St., Suite 400 Indianapolis, IN 46204 Telephone (317) 264-5000 Facsimile (317) 264-5400 Published in the Posey County News on May 27, June 3 & 10, 2014 - hspaxlp

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Beshears, Clifford named 4-H’ers of the Month

Colten Owens, Austin Orlik, Justin Cummings, Austin Spears, and Christian Poag of Troop 390 in Wadesville worked at the New Harmony Nursing Home planting Hosta, flowers and doing general garden work. Photo submitted

Free Fireworks Safety session offered at Mark’s Mark’s Fireworks is offering a free Fireworks Safety session at the Vanderburgh County 4-H Center Saturday, June 7, 2014 beginning at 7 p.m. Fireworks Safety sessions will teach how to lay out a safe and beautiful backyard show. Mark’s Fireworks is offering contests with great prizes throughout the evening. A huge fireworks demo will follow. Mark Hisle says, “We want the community to have fun during the fireworks

season, but want them to know how to be safe with fireworks while putting on a good show for their neighborhood or organization. This will be a tremendous benefit for individuals planning a fireworks show for church and neighborhood groups, youth sports leagues and all organizations that put on displays.” For more information, go to marksfireworks.com or callMark Hisle at 812-4028275.

Hannah Beshears was selected as one of two May 4-H’ers of the Month by the Posey County 4-H Council. She is a six year member of the Roaring Vikings 4-H Club and serves as the club’s treasurer this year. As part of her 4-H experience, Hannah participated in the Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids’ event with her 4-H club and was a member of her club’s winning skit team that won top honors at both the county and district Hannah Beshears Share-theFun performing arts contest. Hannah has also given a club demonstration and helped her club with the canned food drive for God’s Storehouse. She is planning to complete three exhibits for display at this year’s Posey County 4-H Fair, and she is a member of her club’s refreshments committee. Hannah will be in the eighth grade this fall at North Posey Junior High School and is the daughter of Kevin and Amy Beshears of Wadesville. Clay Clifford has been selected by the Posey County 4-H Council as the other May 4-H’er of the Month. Clay is a seven

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year member of the Hustling Hoosiers 4-H Club and will be a sophomore this fall at North Posey High School. He has participated in many of his club’s annual activities and was elected this year by his club members to serve as club vice president. In addition, he volunteers weekly at Posey Pound Puppies and serves as a wonderful role model for the younger members of his club. Clay plans to complete his Photography project for exhibit at the Posey Clay Clifford County 4-H Fair in July. Clay is the son of Mitch and Linda Clifford of New Harmony. Both of these Posey County 4-H’ers will be awarded $25 at the 4-H Achievement Banquet in November. To receive this award, a 4-H’er must be nominated by a parent, 4-H Club Leader, or other adult. The Posey County 4-H Council selects two winners every month, from April through September. To find out more information, please contact Cheven Meyncke May at the Posey County Extension Office by calling 812838-1331 or emailing maycm@purdue. edu.

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East Park Apartments. Now accepting applications for current openings in our 1 bedroom apartments. • Rent based on income • Paid water/sewer/ trash • On site laundry facility For more information please call 812-874-2139 or stop by our office at 30 N. Walnut Street Poseyville, IN. Equal Housing Opportunity • Handicapped Accessible 11/12tfn

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Apartment Living At Its Best 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments 3 Bedroom Townhouses • Total Electric • Water Included • Appliances Furnished • Laundry Facility on Site • Rent Based on Income • Immediate Occupancy with Approved Application

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Misc. For Sale LARGE COLLECTION of Matchbox Cars: 1965, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70s. * Yesteryear cars * 1970s Hot Wheels cars (No Boxes). Call 812270-0197 For Appointment. Poseyville, Ind. Adult 3-wheeled Trailmate Tricycle w/ grocery basket. Like New, used little. $200 Call 812-673-4067.

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BARTENDERS WANTED in Posey County. Weeknight and weekend shifts. Send name & contact info to: Bartenders wanted, P.O. Box 258. Poseyville, IN 47633 Or send an email to: Bartenderjob30@yahoo.com Food Service Manager (New Harmony, IN) FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT -- CDM Healthcare Services Group, Inc. currently aggressively seeking a CDM (Certified Dietary Management) and/ or 2 year Culinary Degree candidates with Long-Term Care knowledge. If words like CONSCIENTIOUS, DEPENDABLE, ENERGENTIC, SELF MOTIVATED best describe your management style, then we have a career opportunity for you. PREFER CANDIDATE TO BE CDM CERTIFIED. Please provide current resume when applying. Please send Resume to Kirk. Artrip@hcsgcorp.com and please specify the location you are applying for.

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CLUES ACROSS 1. Thyroid-stimulating hormone 4. Spigot 7. Military mailbox 8. Electric auto company 10. Fastest man alive 12. Expressed pleasure 13. Venice beach 14. Teletypewriter (abbr.) 16. A young man 17. Evade 19. Volcanic Japanese mountain 20. Danson, Turner & Kennedy 21. March holiday 25. Fruit drink 26. Come about 27. Capital of Yemen 29. Tayra genus 30. Mandela’s party 31. Vestment 32. Eye exam instrument 39. Plural of 47 down 41. Ingest 42. Coneless volcanic craters 43. The woman 44. Make a mistake 45. Horse gait

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THE NEXT STEP DANCE ACADEMY 2014 RECITAL The Next Step Dance Academy’s Poseyville location held it’s annual dance recital at the Central High School Auditorium on Sunday afternoon. The recital, entitled ‘Dancing to Oz’ was the first to incorporate the Next Step’s educational classes, competition teams, live singers, and actors from the Gibson County Youth Theatre. Photos by Zach Straw

North Posey’s Hunter Lehman performs his inspirational Kyndall Williams, Zoe Straw, Sydney Redman and MaiTeen Solo Routine. ya Jones are all smiles after their routine, ‘Kiss You.’

Arionna Collins skillfully pirouettes during her duet ‘Taken’ with Jalyn Stough.

The Wizard of Oz singers (not all shown), guided by Choral Director Dorothy Jaquemai, provided live musical entertainment during the recital.

Makali Carter, Avery Collins, Ella Jones, Leah Kramer, Ally Malone, Cassie Reeves and Sydnie Smith perform one of the recital’s final routines, ‘Home.’

Jalyn Stough performs her last dance with The Next Step Dance Studio, moving on to Marymount Manhattan College, located in New York City’s Upper East Side.

Ashlyn McWilliams bends gracefully during her solo.

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