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2019 CLUB PRESIDENT

2019 FESTIVAL CHAIRMAN

JIM FARNY

JOHN GREEN (wife Sally)

(Nicholas w/Freeway, Jacob, Megan, Jim & wife Kim) Once again that magic week in October is approaching when the Nut Club has the privilege of hosting yet another Fall Festival, the 98th in fact. The Fall Festival over the years has become a westside tradition where the local community and those from the surrounding areas gather to partake in this special event. The preparations are in motion, the nut clubbers are hard at work, and a buzz of excitement is in the air. This great tradition is successful each year due to the huge amount of support from those who live, work, and play on Franklin Street that week. The success of the Festival is only made possible by the overwhelming support from the community. The opportunities it affords for the people that come together to visit, make new and renew acquaintances, and sample the diverse menus provided by more than 135 nonprofit organizations is one of a kind. For six straight days there is entertainment for all, from staged acts, bands, parades, an amusement park, and more. We owe a great thanks to the original founders of this event, who through their hard work, have inspired all who follow to carry out this great tradition. I cordially invite you to come and join us for this year’s celebration.

It is an honor for Sally and I to welcome you to the 98th Fall Festival. It is amazing that 98 years ago a small group of people had the vision for this Festival. Through the years there have been many changes. Throughout all the changes the core values have remained the same. Volunteering and Giving Back for the betterment of our community, all the while having fun. I am proud to be part of an organization that makes it Fun to Volunteer and Give Back. We want to invite you to the West Side to Have Fun, see friends, and make memories. Enjoy the world class carnival rides, and eat your way up and down Franklin St. with the vast array of food choices. We would also like to challenge everyone to get involved with an organization, volunteer and have fun.

HAVING FUN, VOLUNTEERING and GIVING BACK #ITSWHATWEDO

R i d e In fo rma ti o n

Festival Information Table of Contents

*Sunday, Oct. 6........................... 1-7 p.m. (Kiddie Midway Only)

Amateur Hour. . .................................... 30 Entertainment.. ................................ 41-47 Lighthouse Parade. . ............................. 34 Munchie Map . . ................................. 21-24 Pet Parade.. .................................... 14-15 Queen & King. . .................................... 28 Ride Information. . .................................. 1 Scholarship Recipients . . ....................... 12 Tug of War.......................................... 20 Youth of the Day. . ................................ 16

Monday, Oct. 7......................... 2-10 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8........................ 2-10 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9..... Kiddie 12-10 p.m. Main Park 2-10 p.m. Thurs., Oct. 10......... Kiddie 12-10:30p.m. Main Park 2-10:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11........... 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12...... 10 a.m.-10:30 p.m. * Ride Bracelets Every Day Except Sunday

Cover designed by Alex Morgan

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The West Side Nut Club would like to

Thank the Franklin Street Merchants

for their continued support of this year’s Festival !

Pizza King Liquor Locker Pet Food Center Evansville Homes for Rent Need A Nurse Imagination T’s Cobbler’s Corner American Family Insurance Sportsman’s Professional Eyecare Associates, Dr. Todd Niemeier Freedom Medical To the Point Therapeutic Massage Helfrich Realtors Kite and Key Cafe Woosley Financial Southwest Grafix & Apparel Thomas Shoes Paul’s Menswear ERA

Evansville Print Specialist Allstate Insurance Key & Jost Grable & Company CPA Riverbend Association Piston’s Reasonable Resale Old National Bank Smitty’s H&R Block Franklin Pizza Factory Sweet Peony Shelter Insurance Rick Koberstein Schon Boutique Brucken Jewelers Primary Care West Allure State Farm Martin Woodruff Aqua Care Pool Service Thyme in the Kitchen Johnson, Carroll, Norton, Kent, & Goedde PC Wells Orthodontic 2

Weber Equipment First Federal Franklin St. Tavern Rajo’s Guns Gerst Haus West Branch Library Trible Financial Co. MK Designs Lili Lu Designs Tracy’s Attic Via Quest Milk & Sugar Amber Labaw White Swan Coffee inside The Hub Expressive Dance Academy Re•Vive on Franklin Bud’s Rockin’ Country Bar Siciliano Subs Maidens Brewery & Pub Franklin Street Dentistry Pizza King Pet Food Center ERA First Advantage Realty


The 2019 International President . . .

Festival 1st Co-Chairman

A nut’s a nut, but an International Nut?

Eddie Deitz and wife Amy

WOW! My wife Amy and I are excited to welcome you to the 98th annual Fall Festival! With 136 food booths, all of the rides and games, as well as the entertainment, there truly is something for everyone. We hope your time on West Franklin Street is filled with fun, family, and friends as you create memories while helping to support our local non-profit organizations that are participating in this year’s Festival. We wish you a safe and fun filled week and we thank you for supporting our community! 2020 Fall Festival Chairman Eddie Dietz

HARRIS STRUEH

THE WSNC CLASS OF 2019

Ed Burnett

Mike Cates

Robert Hahn

Jay Pagett

Matt Sammet

AJ Wipkey

Winston Chaney

Mike Dietz

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Grant Johnson

Christian Lancaster


(812) 423-4201 Building a Better

SinceCommunity 1954 BuildingCommunity a Better (812) 423-4201 Since 1954 Festival 2nd Co-Chairman Home of the Slim Jim

Tom Diehl Proprietor

(812) 449-6988 • (812) 425-5059 2668 Mt. Vernon Ave. Evansville, IN 47712

Mike Hahn Laci and Abby

Helfrich Hills Golf Shop

We’d like to invite you down to Franklin Street to partake in this year’s festivities. There’s something for everyone! There will be entertainment, rides for the young and young at heart, plus 100 non for profit food booths. Bring the family, support your community all the while making memories at this year’s 98th West Side Nut Club Fall Festival. Hope to see you there.

“Come See Us for All Your Golfing Needs.”

2021 Fall Festival Chairman

(812) 402-6776 4


Having Fun, Volunteering and Giving Back #IT’S WHAT WE DO!

Officers

PRESIDENT JIM FARNY sons Jacob, Nicholas, wife Kim, daughter Megan, Jim & Freeway

VICE PRESIDENT JAMES RABEN wife Judi

SECRETARY MARK SCHOENBAUM Mark, wife Sondra, daughters Elizabeth and Ann Marie

TREASURER TOM FLEENOR wife Tracy

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Nu Plaza Yacht Club Nu Plaza Yacht Club is a BBB accredited marina located on the Ohio River at Mile Marker 797. It is only 5 miles downstream from the Evansville riverfront via water, and 7 miles via road. With over 2000 ft of docking space, it is one of the largest and most modern marinas in the Tri State area. Visit www.nuplazayachtclub.com or call (812) 423-0712 for more information

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WEST SIDE NUT CLUB

TONY BOGAN

ROB WALLER

JEFF THOMPSON

EDDIE DIETZ

BEN KEMPF

DENNIS NETTLES

MATT WANNEMUEHLER

MARK HEAD

BILL MCCULLOUGH

TIM MITSDARFFER

MIKE HAHN

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AMATEUR HOUR Shawn Heneisen

ANNOUNCERS Mike Lear

APPRECIATION DANCE Joel Werner

BOOKLET Justin Guetling

ELECTRICAL Derek Fritz

ENTERTAINMENT John Hudson

FESTIVAL FOOD Adam Blythe

FINAL CLEAN-UP Zach Henderson

INTERNUT Alex Huber

KING & QUEEN Brandon McClish

LIGHTHOUSE Grant Folz

LOST & FOUND Blake Zeller

MAIN PARADE Harold Tepool

OFFICE Steve Hamer

PARK CONCESSIONS Todd Helfert

PARKING LOT Jeff Culley

PET PARADE Jeremy Melton

PHOTO Matt Smith

PHYSICAL ARRANGEMENTS Mike Smith

* PLATFORM #1 Jake Martin

PLATFORM #2 Tyler Frounfelter

PUBLIC FACILITIES Jon Yeager

PUBLICITY Ed Dietz

REFRESHMENTS Dennis Nettles

SAFETY Rob Waller

SOUND Joe Greulich

SPECIAL KIDS DAY Doug Delong

STREET CONCESSIONS Ryan Beck

T-SHIRTS Howard Reynolds

TICKET SELLERS Joe Petitjean

COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN

“THANK YOU”

A BIG FOR ALL YOUR HARD WORK! TUG-OF-WAR Phillip Cree

YOUTH OF THE DAY Jeff Thompson

50/50 HALFPOT Heath Rupp

WAREHOUSE Bill McCullough

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* Platform 1 is: The Benjamin & Anna Bosse Foundation Stage


Mater Dei High School Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Serve

Thank you West Side Nut Club for your support of our school! Academics Over $10 million in college scholarships offered to MD seniors 53 college credits offered 100% graduation rate Athletics Girls State Soccer Champions

Tuition assistance available

Extracurricular Supermileage Team competed in World Championships Archery Team competed in World Championships Clay Target Team State Champs and competed at Nationals Speech Team State Champs and competed at Nationals

Indiana School Voucher Program approved

Indiana 4-Star School 42% of students receive tuition assistance Student to faculty ratio is 14:1

Speech Team State Champions

EXPERIENCE EXCELLENCE - CHOOSE MATER DEI

www.materdeiwildcats.com

812-426-2258

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Past Presidents of WSNC 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932

Charles Wolfin* George Koch* A.D Alexander* Charles Pelz* Fred Diekmann* Arthur Reihl* Chris Ziss* Theodore Hartig* William Dress* E.C. Mertens* Ralph Irons* Walter Bishoff* & Dan Branson* 1933 Julius Becker* 1934 Matt Hallenberger* 1935 James Jourdan* 1936 M.L. Staples* 1937 John Lintzenich* 1938 Conrad Diedrich* 1939 Joe Moutoux* 1940 Curt Stinson* 1941 William C. Myers* 1942 John Waltz* 1943 Guy Nicholson* 1944 Neal Pierce* 1945 August Heneisen* 1946 William Parrish*

1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973

Kenneth Alexander* Alfred Harding* George Kelly* Otto Schnakenburg* Bob Schaad* Elmer Sander* Bud Bays* James Helfrich* Deryl Blackburn* Edwin W. Johnson* Raymond Becker* Ted Karges, Sr.* Glenn Austin* Clyde Cavanah* Jack Althoff* Quintin Emge* Arthur Nendel* Robert Clayton* Bill Ohning* Dr. Vic Johnson* Sam Day* Charles Emge* Bill Brune* Jim Emge* Gene Miller* Bob Stamp* Jim Will, Sr*

1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Jack Siemers* Ron Brand John “Smitty” Taylor Charles Griffith* James Fleck* Robert Loeffler* Don Deutsch Ervin Buente* George Helfrich Marvin Hollerbach* Alan Becker Herb Dassel Norb Niemeier Clarence Hahn Ray Gries Dave Nurrenbern* Mark Fehrenbacher Tom Milton* Charlie Hollerbach* Jim Will, Jr. Dan Gries Ed Derringe Glenn Macke Dennis Feldhaus Glenn Modesitt Joe Muensterman Dennis Fehrenbacher*

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Richard Barchet Tim Bishop Bill McCullough Chris Alcorn Steve Cissell* Joe Beck Mark Weinzapfel Dan Fulton Bill Evans Dan Lewis Alan Schaffstein Sam Shaw Bryan Zeller Matt Wannemuehler Keith Frank Tim Mitsdarffer Mark Stansberry Mark Head

* Denotes Deceased

Past Fall Festival General Chairmen

1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945

THE MOST DEMANDING COMMITTEE OR JOB IN THE NUT CLUB IS THAT OF FESTIVAL GENERAL CHAIRMAN; ALTHOUGH THE FALL FESTIVAL LASTS ONLY ONE WEEK A YEAR, THE JOB OF THE FESTIVAL CHAIRMAN LASTS 12 MONTHS. 1996 Dennis Fehrenbacher* 1946 Coonie Diedrich* George Koch* 1971 Ron Brand 1947 George Kelly* Carl Wolflin* 1972 Victor Johnson* 1997 Randy Blythe 1948 Coonie Diedrich* 1998 Dan Fulton Fred Diekmann* 1973 James Fleck* 1949 Otto Schnakenburg* Burdette Post 1974 Don Deutsch 1999 Mark Weinzapfel 1950 Kenneth Alexander* 2000 Dan Lewis American Legion 1975 Bob Loeffler* Chris Ziss* 1951 Jim Helfrich* 1976 Jim Stratman* 2001 Danny Gries 2002 John Cassin* Chris Ziss* 1952 Bud Bays* 1977 Jack Mills* Chris Ziss* 1953 Deryl Blackburn* 1978 Jim Will, Sr.* 2003 Bill Evans Chris Ziss* 1954 Dan Kissel* 1979 Ervin Buente* 2004 Mark Asbury Chris Ziss* 1955 Ted Karges, Sr.* 1980 Butch Hahn 2005 Bob Reed 2006 Keith Frank Chris Ziss* 1956 Lester Metz* 1981 Patrick Ziemer 1957 Jerome Kissel* 1982 Ray Gries 2007 Matt Wannemueller Julius Becker* Dan Branson* 1958 Glenn Austin* 1983 Norbert Niemeier 2008 Bryan Zeller Julius Becker* 1959 Bill Schoolfield, Sr.* 1984 Bill Bland 2009 Mark Head Julius Becker* 1960 Art Bellman* 1985 Mark Fehrenbacher 2010 James Raben 1961 Eddie Claiborne* 1986 Jim Will, Jr. 2011 Tom Fleenor Dan Branson* 1962 Sam Day* 1987 Tom Milton* 2012 Eric Shaw Jimmy Jordan* 2013 Alan Schaffstein Joe Moutoux* 1963 Charlie Jones* 1988 Bernie Head 1964 Charlie Emge* 1989 Paul Mayer 2014 Tom Moore Coonie Diedrich* Bill Jensen* 1965 Henry Deane* 1990 Ray Murphy* 2015 Ben Kempf Coonie Diedrich* 1966 Bob Stamp* 1991 Ed Derringe 2016 Rick Decker Coonie Diedrich* 1967 Jim Emge* 1992 Dennis Feldhaus 2017 Rob Waller 1968 Jim Remole* 1993 Joe Muensterman 2018 Tony Bogan Coonie Diedrich* 1969 Gene Miller* 1994 Dick Barchet Coonie Diedrich* Coonie Diedrich* 1970 John “Smitty” Taylor 1995 Chris Alcorn * Denotes Deceased

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West Side Nut Club 2019 Scholarship Recipients Since 2003, the West Side Nut Club has awarded two scholarships to students that are planning to attend the University of Southern Indiana. In 2016 the number of scholarships awarded was increased to four students, each receiving $8,000 for their college education. The 2019 recipients are:

Natalie Schneider Mater Dei High School

Jacob PiersonMater Dei High School

Bryce Hill F.J. Reitz High School

Cameron Frey F.J. Reitz High School

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PET PARADE SPONSORED BY THE PET FOOD CENTER Anyone wishing to participate in the West Side Nut Club Pet Parade should report to the St. Boniface parking lot, located at the corner of Wabash and Michigan Avenues, at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 12, 2019. Judging for awards in the eight categories listed below will take place between 9:00 and 9:30 a.m. at this location. Note: Judges are area students, teachers and adult volunteers who are not members of the West Side Nut Club. The eight categories in which participants may win an award are as follows:

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Sponsors 2019 Youth of the Day Winners ! All Middle Schools & High Schools that serve Vanderburgh County were asked to nominate an outstanding student from their school. The requirements include each student maintain a cum laude grade average, participate in school activities and be involved within the community. Six winners were chosen to represent each day of the Fall Festival. The Middle School winners will be recognized on the Main Stage at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 8, and the High School winners will be recognized at 6:45 p.m. on Thursday, October 10. The West Side Nut Club is proud to recognize tomorrows leaders today.

Carson Morrow Perry Heights Middle School

Mary Beth Sullivan Holy Redeemer Catholic School

Madelyn Hayden Westside Catholic School

Chloe Perry Evansville Bosse High School

Alli Wilsbacher Evansville North High School

Addison Emig Evansville Central High School

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Come visit us at our new home at 316 N. Wabash Ave. & see where beautiful happens! 17


The West Side Nut Club would like to give a big thanks to Vectren!

Vectren has donated many hours of work and equipment usage to the West Side Nut Club, allowing us to provide better service to the 130+ 150+ booths during the Fall Festival. They have also gone the extra mile helping upgrade the West Side, allowing us to improve Santa Land, the Cruise In, our special projects, and many other things over the years. Again, thank you from all of us at the West Side Nut Club. 18


West Side Nut Club Obituaries 2018-2019 We members who were privileged to know these men who have passed on appreciate what they did for our club during their years of membership. We thank them because we are a better club because of their contributions to the West Side Nut Club.

David Bland-77

Richard Braukhoff-72

Charles A. Hames-81

Steve Kissel-79

Eugene Miller-62 Past President

Francis Miller-44 75 Year Member Most Years Ever

Richard Mischler-65

Keith Mosby, Sr.-97

Paul R. Murphy-85

Arthur Nendel, Jr.-54 Past President 19

Eugene Weinzapfel-62


Tug-of-War Tuesday, October 8 - 5:00 p.m. At The Benjamin & Anna Bosse Foundation Stage Area 12th Avenue & West Franklin Sts. Eight West Side Grade Schools will participate in this year’s Tug-of-War Contest in front of The Benjamin & Anna Bosse Foundation Stage. West side students from the seventh and eighth grades, with an equal amount of boys and girls, are eligible. The winner and the runner-up will receive trophies. 5:00 Line Up: Match-ups will be announced the day of.

May the Best Team Win! Sponsored by Bob’s Gym

Booklet Chairman Message

JUSTIN GUETLING (wife Liz, son Leo, daughter Ireland)

LICENSED-BONDED FULLY INSURED

It has been an honor to be this year’s Booklet Chairman for the 98th West Side Nut Club Fall Festival. I would like to personally thank all of our sponsors for their continued support. It’s hard to believe that a small street festival that started almost 100 years ago would grow to become what it is today.

Lang Brothers Construction, Inc.

On behalf of the members of the West Side Nut Club, my wife (Liz), daughter (Ireland), son (Leo), and myself, welcome to the 98th West Side Nut Club Fall Festival.

3021 Boadway Ave. Evansville, IN 47712

(812) 424-8578

We look forward to a safe, fun, and successful week on Franklin Street.

langbrothersinc@aol.com www.langbrothers.com

Justin “Juice” Guetling 2018 Booklet Chairman

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Lang B 3021 B Evansv (812) 4 langbro www.la


Desserts Apple Dumpling............ 24, 85 Apple Dumpling, Sugar Free ...................................... 85 Apple Slices with Caramel.. 9, 47, 75, 101 Blue Bell n’ a Bowl ............ 115 Beignets............................... 86 Belgian Waffle Sundae....... 77 Big Red Bomber................. 24 Bread, Amish Friendship... 85 Bread, Banana............... 67, 85 Bread, Banana Nut Sugar Free....................................... 85 Bread, Cranberry................. 67 Bread, Pumpkin......... 1, 67, 85 Bread, Pumpkin Sugar Free....................................... 85 Bread, Strawberry ............... 67 Bread, Sunflower w/ Strawberry Butter................ 53 Bread, Zucchini.............. 67, 85 Bread Pudding......... 24, 83, 88 Bread Pudding, German w/ Whiskey Sauce.................... 23 Bread Pudding, Pumpkin...... 1 Bread Pudding, White Chocolate .......................... 108 Brownie................. 67, 85, 134 Brownie Sundae ........... 27, 33 Boogers, Unicorn.................. 1 Boogers, Zombie................... 1 Buckeyes................ 51, 65, 126 Butter Beer Ice Cream Pop.47 Cajun Crab Cheesecake Bites ............. 133 Cake Balls ............... 70, 83, 79 Cake Balls, Vanilla .............. 70 Campfire Cones ................ 119 Candy Apples ...................... 59 Carmel Apples ....... 42, 49, 59, Carmel Apple Ribbons ....... 10 Carmel Yum Yums .............. 29 Caramel corn ....................... 42 Cheesecake ...... 16, 19, 27, 39, 59, 67 Cheesecake, Deep Fried .... 77 Cheesecake, Cherry ........... 39 Cheesecake, Chocolate Chip . 39 Cheesecake, Chocolate Covered .................. 39, 90,122 Cheesecake, Pumpkin ........ 24 Cheesecake, Turtle ............. 24 Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough ................................ 102 Chocolate Chip Cookies 13, .. ................................... 5 57, 110 Chocolate Covered Banana 102, 129 Chocolate Covered Clown Noses ................................... 15 Chocolate Covered Grapes 85 Chocolate Covered Pretzels 85 Chocolate, White, Covered

Pretzels ................................ 10 Chocolate Covered Strawberries ...................... 104 Cinnamon Nachos .............. 71 Cinnamon Roll ................ 8, 60 Cinnamon Roll, Amish ....... 57 Cobbler, Anniversary ......... 79 Cobbler, Apple.............. 14, 78 Cobbler, Blackberry ..... 14, 78, 79 Cobbler, Cherry................... 14 Cobbler, Peach........ 14, 78, 79 Cookie, No Bake ........... 21, 91 Cookie, Pink Iced Sugar... 103 Cookie, Pumpkin Shaped 85 Cookie, Springerle............... 88 Cookie Dough................. 9, 88 Cotton Candy 21, 56, 57, 76, 84, 110, 111 Coyote Crispies................... 93 Cricket Suckers................... 72 CupAcake............................... 1 Cupcakes, Pumpkin.......... 112 Cupcakes, Red Velvet ...... 112 Cupcakes, Spice ............... 112 Deep Fried Cookie Dough w/ Chocolate Sauce................. 64 Deep Fried Cookie Dough w/ Ice Cream ............................ 64 Dippin’ Dots ................. 57, 134 Dirt Pudding ........................ 69 Dirt and Worms ................. 134 Divinity ..................... 14, 31, 67 Donut Sundae ..................... 33 Donut Ball Sundae .............. 77 Elephant Ears ...................... 41 Elephant Tears .................... 81 Elephant Toes ..................... 49 Franklin Frosty .................... 42 French Toast Donuts .......... 10 French Waffles .................... 58 Fruit Fluff ............................. 76 Fruit Haystacks ................. 104 Fudge.............................. 56, 86 Fudge, Chocolate... 14, 31, 56, 67 Fudge, Dreamsicle .............. 67 Fudge, Peanut Butter... 14, 31, 56, 67 Fudge, Pumpkin .................. 55 Fudge, Vanilla ..................... 31 Fudge Puppy ....................... 76 Funnel Cakes .......... 37, 68, 84 Funnel Cakes, Pumpkin Spice .................................... 10 Funnel Cake Balls ............... 60 Funnel Cake Fries 17, 87, 119 Gourmet Popsicles ............. 60 Grippo Brownie Volcano 134 Hot Fudge Brownie Sundae 48, 85, 134 Ice Cream .......... 24, 27, 77, 85 Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich 136 Ice Cream, Coldstone ....... 121 Ice Cream Cone, Soft Serve 33, 77, 134 Ice Cream Floats ........... 27, 33

Ice Cream Nutty Bar ..... 11, 81 Ice Cream, Pumpkin ........... 55 Ice Cream Sundae ............ 134 Kookie Ice Scream Sandwich 100 Kool-Icles............................ 35 Kuchen 8, 29, 56, 88, 92, 100 Marshmallow Pretzel Pop 121 Monster Ear ......................... 89 Orange Dreamsicle Float 69, 134 Oreo Cookie Balls............. 104 Panini, Nutty Monkey ......... 19 Panini, S’mores ................... 19 Pickle-Sicles ........................ 81 Pie, Apple ............................ 67 Pie, Blackberry .................... 67 Pie, Cherry ........................... 67 Pie, Chess ........................... 62 Pie, Peach ............................ 67 Pie, Pecan .................... 42, 119 Pie, Pumpkin ................. 55, 88 Pie, Ski ................................. 74 Pig Newton .......................... 19 Pecan Flipover Bars ........... 11 Potato Candy .................. 8, 56 Puff Balls N’ Ice Cream .... 115 Puppy Chow..... 27, 52, 77, 93, 110 Puppy Chow, Pumpkin Spice 135 Rice Krispy Treats............... 67 Root Beet Float ... 69, 115, 134 Saint P. Nutty Pop ............. 100 Scorpion Sucker ................. 72 Shark’s Teeth ...................... 85 Snickers Ice Cream Bar ..... 67 S’mores on a Stick ............. 97 Strawberry Shortcake w/ Ice Cream ................................ 113 Thai Sweet Sticky Rice ....... 13 Tiger Cookie ........................ 74 Tiger Tails ............................ 71 Turtles on a Stick ................ 65 Waffles, Apple Cider Pumpkin ............................ 117 Waffles, Carmel Pumpkin 117 Wildcat Eyes ....................... 76 Wonderlicks (push up cupcakes) ............................ 44 Wunderbar(s) ...................... 67

Beef Bacon Cheeseburger ......... 34 Beef Sundae .................. 35, 40 Blackjack Cajun Burger ..... 32 Buffalo Burger ............ 32, 128 Cheeseburger 8, 9, 21, 34, 67, 99, 128, 131,137 Devil’s Tongue.................... 55 Donut Bank Burger ............. 41 Flaming Peanut Butter Burger.................................. 26 Frisco Burger ...................... 21 Hamburger..... 8, 9, 21, 34, 44, 67, 99, 128,131, 137 Hawaiian Burger................... 9

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Horseshoe Sandwich ........... 8 Horseshoe Sandwich, Dirty 8 Hot Tamale.......................... 47 Hot Tamale, Chili Cheese... 47 Italian Beef Sandwich.. 14, 118 Jalapeno Cheeseburger..... 98 Jalapeno Popper Burger .... 34 Kings Hawaiian Burger ........ 9 Meatball Sub w/ Parmesan Cheese................................. 97 Meatball Tower .................... 36 Meatwad, Sandwich .......... 135 Meatwad Inferno, Sandwich... 135 Philly Cheese Steak...... 12, 61 Pie, Tiger ............................. 71 Pizza Burger ................ 67, 129 Prime Rib Sandwich........... 32 Roast Beef Sandwich ......... 40 Salem Slider ........................ 55 Sloppy Billys ..................... 116 Smoked Hamburger Slider.33 Steak Sandwich, Ribeye ... 37, 94, 99, 107,131, 137 Taco, Frito ........................... 66 Taco, Walking...... 66, 110, 130 Texas Steak Sandwich....... 98 Tiger Sandwich ................... 71 Volcano Burger ..................... 9

Chicken BBQ Chicken Sandwich .... 15, 27, 80, 85 BBQ Chicken Sliders ........ 105 BBQ Hashbrown Sandwich 80 Bourbon Glazed Chicken Sandwich.............................. 39 Buffalo Chicken ...... 34, 80, 91 Buffalo Chicken Wrap ........ 34 Chicken Sandwich, Chick-fil-A .......................... 117 Chicken Bacon Ranch Panini 19 Chicken Bacon Ranch Wrap 52 Chicken Breast, Cajun ..... 122 Chicken Breast, Grilled 21, 39 Chicken Breast, Marinated 122 Chicken Cordon Bleu Panini 19 Chicken and Dumplings ...... 4, 18, 29, 30, 51,59, 79, 109 Chicken Fried Rice ........... 113 Chicken Gizzards .................. 7 Chicken Kabobs ................. 16 Chicken Livers ...................... 7 Chicken Nuggets .... 7, 50, 109 Chicken Pot Pie.................. 17 Chicken Strips ................ 7, 90 Chicken & Waffles...... 77, 133 Chicken Wings ............ 48, 116 Chicken Wings, Boneless 103 Dry Dumplings ........ 36, 56, 88 General Tso’s Chicken....... 45 Grilled Chicken Sandwich 21, 39

Jambalaya’s Drunken Cousin 108 Jerk Chicken ....................... 91 Southwest Chicken Panini 19 Sweet and Sour Chicken .... 45 Zippy Chicken..................... 24 Turkey BBQ Turkey Sandwich....... 46 BBQ Turkey Cheese Fries 46 Turkey & Cheese Slider ...... 33 Turkey Burger ................... 123 Turkey Club Panini ............. 19 Turkey Leg, Smoked ....... 6, 46 Turkey Quinoa Meatballs.... 10 Turkey Sandwich, Spicy...... 23

Pork Aloha Balls ............................ 9 BBQ Pork Chop Sandwich 1, 130 BBQ Pork Parfait....... 105, 114 BBQ Pork Sandwich .... 27, 30, 51, 80, 85, 98, 110, 115, 122, 124, BBQ Kickin’ Chicken Haystack .............................. 42 BBQ Kickin’ Chicken Sandwich ............................. 42 BBQ Soaks .......................... 62 Bacon on a Stick ................. 10 Brain Sandwich ........... 4, 5, 53 Brain Slider......................... 53 Brat Burger........................ 119 Bratwurst ....... 50, 54, 131, 132 Braunschweiger Slider ..... 122 Cheesy Pig Sticks ............. 128 Cheesy Westside Pork Chop Bites ..................................... 92 Chicken Fried Bacon ............ 6 Cuban Panini ....................... 19 Donut Bank Sausage Slider 76 Ham and Cheese, Hot Grilled . 14, 33, 36, 88, 137 Ham, Beans, and Cornbread 109 Honey Hog ............................. 9 Italian Sausage ............. 50, 80 Kielbasa Smoked Sausage w/ Slaw ................................... 105 Kickin’ Brain Teaser ........... 53 Marx’s BBQ Pork ................ 80 Miller’s BBQ Nachos ........ 105 Miller’s Mac Bowl .......... 9, 105 Miss Piggy BBQ Donut Slider 76 Monte Cristo Sandwich ...... 65 Munchen Rolls .................... 25 Pig On A Stick ..................... 85 Piggy Toes ........................... 59 Polish Sausage .. 9, 12, 50, 54, 79, 99, 125, 128 Pork Butt Sandwich.......... 131 Pork Chop, Dewig’s Boneless 130 Pork Chop Sandwich ..... 1, 37, 92, 107, 122, 132, 137


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Pork Dog ............................ 105 Pork Fried Rice ................... 45 Pork Grenade ...................... 93 Pulled Pork Parfait .............. 83 Pulled Pork Sandwich .30, 47, 80, 83 Rib Bowl .............................. 36 Ribs 2 Go (Full Slab) .......... 36 Sausage Burger 9, 26, 28, 35, 43, 48, 64, 137 Sausage Burger, Spicy 28, 64 Sausage Kraut Balls........... 16 Stromboli ......... 63, 73, 82, 127 Sweat Hog ............................. 9 Tenderloin, Garlic Pepper .. 99 Tenderloin, Grilled Sandwich 44, 49 Tenderloin, Giant Pork 25 Tenderloin, Texas 15, 60, 65, 90, 106, 109,118, 125, 126 West Side Volcano Balls ...... 9 Zombie King Sandwich ...... 53 Zombie Slider ...................... 53

Seafood Cajun Catfish ............ 108, 129 Catfish ............... 102, 109, 129 Catfish Fillet Sandwich .... 102 Crab Rangoon ............. 45, 113 Crawfish Etouffee ............... 23 Shrimp Creole ..................... 23 Shrimp N’ Grits................... 40 Pronto Pups/Hot Dogs Chicago Hot Dog.............. 104 Hot Dog, Chili..... 4, 15, 24, 42, 54, 69 Hot Dog, Jumbo ................ 117 Corn Dogs...... 12, 25, 54, 126, 128, 130, 131 Corn Dog, Cajun............... 131 Corn Dog, Creole ................ 91 Corn Dog, Jalapeño ........ 3, 98 Dirty Dog............................. 55 Hot Dog ... 4, 15, 24, 36, 42, 54, 69, 99, 112, 125, 127, 131 Hot Dog, Gourmet................ 91 Pronto Brat ............................ 3 Pronto Pup.. 20, 21, 35, 39, 44, 46, 57, 67,106, 124 Pronto Pup, Bacon Wrapped 20 Pronto Pup, Mini................. 60 Pronto Pup, Powdered ....... 39 Super Dog ......................... 127 Waffle Dog ......................... 128

Other Meats BBQ Mutton ......................... 62 Gator Wrap .......................... 52 Bologna Sandwich, German 44, 94, 122, 132 BLT ..................................... 106 Buffalo BLT ....................... 106 Deer Chili ............................. 49 Deer Chili Dog ..................... 49 Deer Chili Curly Fries ......... 49

Goat, Grains and Gravy ... 116 Gyros ................................... 82 Jerky, Alligator ............ 72, 128 Jerky, Antelope ................. 128 Jerky, Buffalo .................... 128 Jerky, Elk ........................... 128 Jerky, Kangaroo .......... 72, 128 Jerky, Ostrich .................... 128 Snails................................. 133 Vegan Wrap ......................... 52

Soup Bean Soup ............................. 6 Burgoo ......................... 92, 121 Burgoo, Moonlite ................ 27 Chili.................... 30, 42, 69, 76 Chili, Kraut Haus ............... 132 Chili, West Side ................... 24 Chili, White Chicken ........... 77 Gumbo ................................. 23 Gumbo, Rib ....................... 122 Old Heidelberg Cheese Soup 28 Potato Soup ................ 17, 112 Potato Soup in Bread Bowl 25 Stuffed Pepper Soup............ 8 Taco Soup ......................... 121 Potatoes Baked Potato, BBQ.... 83, 110, 122, 133 Baked Potato, Loaded .80, 85, 110 Baked Potato, Mexican.... 110 Baked Sweet Potato ........... 55 Cheese Fries ..... 8, 15, 97, 103 Cheese Fries, Loaded 8, 80 Cheese Fries, Texas ........... 98 Chicken Bacon Ranch Potato 133 Curly Fries ............... 15, 49, 97 Curly Fries, Chili Cheese 97 Dirty Spuds......................... 55 French Fries 8, 46, 103, 131 German Potato Salad ......... 33 Hashbrown BBQ Sammie... 80 Hashbrown Veggie Burger 80 Pierogi, Eagle Eggs ...... 50, 10 Potato Spring ........................ 3 Potato Wedges ............ 37, 124 Pulled Chicken Sandwich... 15 Ribbon Fries......................... 60 Spudz N’ Stuff Baked Potatoes ............................ 133 Sweet Potato Fries ............. 97 Sweet Potato, Pumpkin Spice 55 Tater Tots w/ Cheese .......... 81 Tater Twister ........................ 44 Tornado Potato............... 6, 10 Tornado Taters .................... 60

Snacks BBQ Grippochos................ 83 BBQ Haystack..................... 30 BBQ Split ............................. 56

Bagged Carrots & Celery w/ Ranch ................................... 52 Bleu Balls .......................... 118 Bosco Sticks ....................... 92 Braille Mix............................ 83 Cheese Curds ..................... 91 Cheesy Billy...................... 116 Egg Rolls ......... 21, 45, 80, 113 Football Dip and Chips...... 48 Gold Digger ....................... 105 Grapes ............................... 100 Grilled Cheese ............ 88, 121 Grippos ................................ 73 Grippo Potato Ribbons...... 10 Haystack 4, 30, 42, 47, 76, 84 Haystack, Doritos ............... 69 Haystack, Walking.............. 69 Jungle Fruit Salsa ............... 71 Jungle Fruit Snacks........... 71 Kalua Mac Attack................... 9 Kettle Corn ...................... 2, 28 Kid’s Meal .......... 21, 27, 76, 97 Mac N’ Cheese, Cajun ...... 136 Mac N’ Cheese, Jalapeno 136 Mac N’ Cheese Pocket ........ 88 Mac N’ Cheese, West Side 136 Nachos... 14, 15, 21, 34, 41, 54, 97, 101, 111,116, 127, 130 Nachos, BBQ............... 51, 110 Nachos, Buffalo Chicken ... 34 Nachos, Chili Cheese.. 15, 54, 97, 130 Nachos, Dirty ...................... 55 Nachos, Super ...... 14, 34, 127 Nachos, West Side ............. 24 Nachos, Zippy Chicken ...... 24 Panini, Triple Cheese........ 19, Pigeon Poo .......................... 47 Pimento Cheese Croissant 124 Pizza ..................... 2, 21, 29, 76 Pretzel, Hot Soft ................ 135 Pretzel Bites, Loaded ....... 135 Street Tacos ...................... 105 Uncrustables ..................... 110 Walking Tacos ................... 116 Zucchini Fries ..................... 87

Cheese Balls....................... 80 Cheese Sticks 54, 70, 90, 129 Cheesecake Bites............... 77 Chicken Bites .................... 119 Churros................................ 67 Cookie Dough Sundae ...... 77, Corn Fritters .................. 22, 35 Fat Elvis ............................... 86 Fire & Brimstone Bosco Sticks ................................... 17 French Dip........................... 86 Gator Bites .................. 77, 108 Green Beans................. 32, 75 Green Tomatoes ................. 75 Hog Jowls w/ Syrup............ 77 Hushpuppies, Cajun ......... 108 Jalapeño Poppers ......... 70, 90 Mashed Potato Balls .......... 67 Nutella Turnovers ............... 17 Pickle Fries .......................... 81 Kool-Aid Balls ..................... 16 Klondike Bars ..................... 16 Kraut Balls......................... 132 Mac N’ Cheese.... 75, 119, 136 Mashed Potato Bites......... 119 Mushrooms........................ 103 Oatmeal Cream Pies ........... 37 Onion Rings ........................ 20 Oreos ......................... 101, 137 Peanut Butter and Jelly ..... 17, 119 Pecan Pie ..................... 87, 108 Pickles 15, 70, 80, 81, 92 130 Pickles, Pepper Jack.......... 86 Pizza ................................... 119 Puff Balls ........................... 115 Ravioli .................................. 32 Ruben Roll ........................... 86 Sampler ............................. 119 Texas Cheese Fries ............ 98 Texas Empanada ................ 96 S’mores ....................... 97, 101 Snickers ............................... 37 Thin Mints ............................ 95 Twinkies ............................. 137 Zucchini Fries ................... 119

Deep Fried

Corn on the Cob ............. 2, 38 Corn on the Cob, Mini........ 97 Carrots with Celery and Ranch ................................... 97 Green Beans......................... 3 Pickle Spears/Pickle on a Stick ....................... 81, 92, 124 Pickle, Deep Portobello Mushrooms ...... 99 Red Beans & Rice ............... 23 White Rice ........................... 45

39, 47, 48, 64, 68, 69, 74, 91, 97, 112, 121, 127, 135, 137 Cider, Cherry ................ 16, 32, 39, 48, 64, 68, 69, 91, 97, 112, 121, 127, 135 Cherry Bombs ..................... 15 Cider, Hot....................... 24, 69 Coke Products 21, 32, 67, 79, 122, 128,135 Coffee................ 49, 86, 92, 93 Coffee, Thai ......................... 13 Double Cola Products ........ 84 Frappes ................................ 93 Hot Chocolate .. 24, 27, 52, 92, 93, 108 Juice Pouch 21 Jungle Juice ........................ 71 Latte ............................... 55, 93 Latte, Pumpkin Spice ......... 55 Lemonade .......... 117, 122, 124 Pepsi Products.14, 21, 25, 45, 61, 67, 68, 86, 99, 135 Pickle Juice Shots.............. 81 Powerade............................. 52 Propel.................................... 1 Rainbow Rush ....................111 RC Products 10, 21, 100, 121, 123, 127,136 Red Bull ............................. 123 Shake-Up, Lemon........ 12, 19, 28, 75, 80, 85, 87,91, 101, 115, 119, 131 Shake-Up, Lemon Sugar Free ...................................... 85 Shake-Ups, LemOrange 75 Shake-Ups, Strawberry Lemon 91 Ski ........... 2, 10, 67, 73, 84, 93, Slushie, Apple Cider ...... 2, 48, 102 Slushie, Ski..................... 2, 26 Slushie of the Day .............. 26 Soft Drinks ............... 2, 4, 7, 9, 15, 16, 21, 24, 27, 38, 40, 49, 55, 57, 60, 62, 67, 70, 76, 79, 82, 84,86, 92, 94, 98, 99, 110, 111, 115, 119 122, 126, 135 Tea, Iced............ 13, 24, 27, 28, 106, 108, 114, 117,122, 124 Tea, Thai.............................. 13 Tea, McAlister’s Sweet ..... 119 Tum-E Yummies ............ 67, 93 Water ............... 1, 2, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 21, 24, 27,28, 34, 40, 46, 47, 49, 52, 53, 57, 58, 60, 62,64, 66, 67, 70, 76, 77, 84, 85, 86, 94, 98,100, 110, 111, 112, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 122, 126, 132, 135, 136 Yoo Hoo Shake ................... 11

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Other Items

Cappuccino ......................... 27 Capri Sun ............ 1, 10, 76, 27, Chai Tea ............................... 27 Special Tea ........................ 116 Cider, Apple......... 2, 15, 16, 32,

Face Painting ...................... 96 Right to Life Baby Photo Contest................................ 74 Rolaids ............................... 133

Apples .................................. 32 Apple Rings........................... 3 Bacon, BBQ....................... 106 Bacon, Buffalo .................. 106 Bacon Hot Dog .................. 123 Bacon Jalapeño Cheddar Dog ..................................... 123 Banana Pudding ................. 99 Battered Brat on a Stick ..... 20 Boudin Balls ...................... 108 Breakfast Bites ................. 119 Broccoli ............................. 103 Brownie Sundae................. 33 Cajun Crab Cheesecake ... 133 Candy Bar .......................... 130 Caramel Apple Crisp.......... 77 Cauliflower ........................ 103

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The Camden Hancock Foundation Thanks You The Camden Hancock Foundation would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who participated in the inaugural Camden Hancock Legacy Golf Scramble which was held on June 27, 2019. To everyone who sponsored, played, or volunteered in this event, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. And to all of you who donated items to the silent and Chinese auctions, we can’t thank you enough. The auctions were a huge success. Because of your support we are able to continue Camden’s legacy by way of scholarships to deserving seniors and helping families in need who are going through difficult times because of this brutal disease. Our goal is to continue this endeavor for many years to come. If you’d like to participate in the 2020 golf scramble, please visit our website at www.camdenstrong.com. You can also email us at camdenstrong5@gmail.com. We anticipate another huge turnout and will be seeking sponsors and donations again very soon. The date for next year’s event is June 19th, 2020 at Cambridge Golf Course. We will have morning and afternoon flights with great prizes to winning teams in both flights. We will also be hosting Chinese and silent auctions during the event with many great items up for grabs. If you’d like to donate an item to the auction, please contact us as mentioned above. So from all of us to all of you, we thank you again and look forward to an even better event in 2020! Sincerely, The Camden Hancock Foundation www.camdenstrong.com

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The West Side Nut Club would like to thank the following sponsors for making this year’s Fall Festival a

HUGE SUCCESS! Berry Global • Banterra Bank Old National Bank • Vandco West River Healthcare David Enterprises • Flowers & More Kenny Kent Toyota • Tri-State Trophies Pet Food Center • Schon Boutique Mid America Powered Vehicle Schnucks • Pepsi • Bob’s Gym Commerce Bank • Paul’s Menswear German American Bank United Fidelity Bank Deaconess Wise Choice Evansville Convention & Visitor’s Bureau • Thomas’s Shoes On Broadway Guys & Dolls 40


ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE FALL FESTIVAL 2019

MONDAY, OCTOBER 7 11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M.

BOB BALLARD USI Basketball Team & UE Basketball Team Lighthouse Parade Amateur Hour

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8 11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. 5:00 P.M. 6:30 P.M. 7:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M. 8:15 P.M.

ROCKTURNAL EMMISSIONS Tug-Of-War Youth of the Day Amateur Hour King & Queen

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9 11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. 5:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M. 8:00 - 10:00 P.M.

TROY MILLER BLUE 88 BAND Amateur Hour MAD WOMEN

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The Benjamin & Anna Bosse Foundation Stage Stage 2 The Benjamin & Anna Bosse Foundation Stage Stage 2

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10 11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. MATT CLARK 5:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. KENNA ELPERS 7:00 P.M. Youth of the Day (HS) 7:15 P.M. Amateur Hour 8:00 - 10:00 P.M. LINDA SMITH BAND

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11 11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. 5:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M. - 10:00 P.M.

KEITH VINCENT REPLAY Amateur Hour Finals BOAT DRUNKS

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 10:00 A.M. 12:00 P.M. - 2:00 P.M. 4:30 P.M.

Pet Parade PATRIOTIC SOUL Main Parade

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2019 FALL FESTIVAL ENTERTAINMENT

Bob Ballard Monday, October 7 11:00 am - 1:00 pm The Benjamin & Anna Bosse Foundation Stage Bob grew up in Jefferson Parish, LA, part of Greater New Orleans. Bob is steeped in New Orleans’ jazz and blues traditions. As a young man, Bob served as a policeman in Jefferson Parish for five years. He then began his music career as a rock singer / guitarist first switching from rhythm guitar to bass then, in his mid-thirties, to piano as he musically migrated back to his roots - New Orleans jazz and blues. He has worked with his own trios then synthesized them with Midi bass and rhythm tracks so that he could work solo in New Orleans’ many piano bars. Bob has played in venues from Key West to the Ritz-Carlton in Chicago. He is a journeyman musician accustomed to singing four hours a night, five nights a week. Bob has become a fixture in Evansville - with a regular following of several hundred ardent fans.

Rockturnal Emissions Tuesday, October 8 11:00 am - 1:00 pm The Benjamin & Anna Bosse Foundation Stage ROCKTURNAL EMISSIONS made their debut in the tri-state area New Year’s Eve 2017. Although we’ve only been playing together for about a year, Deb Rust and Chuck Flaim have over 70 years combined playing and performing experience. Prior to returning to the area, Deb toured and sang backup with the Marty Balin Band. Marty Balin, a member of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, was the lead guitarist, who along with Grace Slick, founded the 60’s rock band The Jefferson Airplane. The Airplane later became The Jefferson Starship which, in turn, evolved into The Marty Balin Band. Chuck Flaim has been performing in the area for years and is a multitime state champion on the mountain dulcimer as well as a 4 time state champion of original, instrumental music composition. We’ve combined our styles to create an exciting, entertaining, and powerful duo that has made 2018 our breakout year in the area. If you haven’t gotten to hear us yet, check us out- we’ll rock your socks off.

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Troy Miller Wednesday, October 9 11:00 am - 1:00 pm The Benjamin & Anna Bosse Foundation Stage Troy Miller is a seasoned acoustic musician hailing from Evansville, Indiana where he is a celebrated hometown singer/songwriter. Troy has been playing and singing nearly all of his life. At the tender age of 8 years old, he grabbed a guitar and played in open tuning. Chuck Berry is the reason why Troy wanted to play the guitar and Elvis Presley was used as an incentive to pick up sticks in the yard. He loved Elvis so much his parents told him that if he picked up all the sticks in the yard, Elvis might land his plane there. He picked up a lot of sticks. When he was 10 years old, he bought a guitar for five dollars from a used car lot and taught himself how to play chords. He hasn’t put a guitar down since and he quit picking up sticks.

Blue 88 Band Wednesday, October 9 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Stage 2

Blue 88 Band is a Kansas City based band with a history spanning well over twenty years both regionally in the midwest and nationally. Using a unique twin lead guitar, Blue 88 navigate solidly through blues, rock and jazz influences that can be heard all over their music. They recorded a substantial amount of their own work that includes four self-produced original cd recordings with one to be released later this year. 43


M.A.D. Women Wednesday, October 9 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm Stage 2

M.A.D. Women is an entertaining musical show featuring the talents of two Illinois-born musicians/vocalists/songwriters, Amy Jo Madden and Barbara Allender, and a band of accomplished musicians and cocalists who bring their own style to cover tunes and a new unique sound with original songs.

Matt Clark Thursday, October 11 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Stage 2

With styles ranging from Pop to Rock to Blues to R&B to Jazz (and some things in between), singer and pianist Matt Clark has worked as songwriter, band leader, and recording artist. A founding member of Evansville’s legendary Taylor Bay Band, he can currently be found performing at The Piano Bar at Cavanaugh’s at Tropicana in Evansville, and recently at Lure Seafood and Grille, Friday After 5 in Owensboro, The Wine Down and Cafe Aruza in Newburgh. 44


Kenna Elpers Thursday, October10 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Stage 2 A rising star hailing from southern Indiana, Kenna is a powerful performer with a deep love for country music that ignites her passion to perform. Taking root and growing up in boots in the small town of Cynthiana – near Evansville, Indiana, Kenna has boldly declared her desire to become a country music singer since the age of three. As she’s blossomed into a young woman, this gorgeous and determined, 16-year-old, blue-eyed girl has shown her dedication to making her dreams come true. She has proven to be an inspired, energetic, and talented artist sharing her unique voice, musical skill and heartfelt lyrics. Humbled to be named local radio station in the Tri-states 99.5 WKDQ’s 2017 Taste of Country Hometown Riser, Kenna embodies her awarded title. She is truly a riser – always positive, seeking opportunities to grow, and investing in honing her talent and perfecting her craft. Kenna has been performing at many notable venues in Nashville, TN and opening for many artists such as Craig Campbell, Jameson Rodgers and most recently this summer CMA award winners Maddie and Tae. As a passionate singer, songwriter and musician, Kenna has composed a number of original songs and released her first EP album in the Summer of 2018 and is currently in studio preparing to release a new single this fall.

The Linda Smith Band Thursday, October10 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm Stage 2 Singer/songwriter Linda*Smith has been captivating audiences with a show that is packed with energy, fun, and non-stop entertainment for all ages to enjoy. Bringing a diverseness to each song from a sultry blues, a rocking edge, a smooth ballad, or country style. Linda surrounds herself with some of the industries most talented musicians that contribute in creating a powerhouse show from concerts, parties, clubs, weddings, corporate parties, festivals, and more. Music that is sure to get you Movin & Groovin! Having released two CDs consisting of her original material from her first CD “ A Collection of Now and Then” and latest release “Menagerie” with title songs If it’s a Dream, A Place Where Angels Fly, I Believe in Miracles, Back in the Woods receiving high reviews from radio stations, and listeners abroad, placing the songs into a top 10 and number one requested rating. The Linda*Smith Band has opened for national acts Kris Kristofferson, Alabama, Sawyer Brown, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Kentucky Headhunters, Confederate Railroad, Bryan White, The Judds among others. 45


Keith Vincent Friday, October 11 11:00 am - 1:00 pm The Benjamin & Anna Bosse Foundation Stage Keith Vincent has been an active performing musician for over 30 years. He has, at one time or another done duty as a front man for rock and country bands, a solo guitarist, studio musician, vocalist, and at present is performing as a solo acoustic act with a twist. Aside from covering the great singer songwriter tunes of the 70s, 80s, and 90s with just vocal and guitar, Keith is also prepared to lay down some hard driving dance grooves with the use of custom created tracks. In addition to a large catalog of great original material, his shows include acoustic favorites of the 60s through the present day, as well as contemporary and classic songs gleaned from the rich arena of country music. Keith is also known for his island music and summer fun oriented shows. An accomplished guitarist, he plays a variety of instrumental styles. Keith has an interactive presentation that assures the audience a fun, entertaining experience.

Replay Friday, October 11 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Stage 2

Replay is a 3 piece band from Fort Branch, IN. From classic/alternative rock, blues, country, folk, and indie favorites, Replay plays a little bit of everything for everyone! Vocals/Guitar: Gary Fraker Guitar: Caleb Miskell Drums: Steve Teeters 46


The Boat Drunks Friday, October 11 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm Stage 2 From Champaign, Illinois and now entering their 19th year as a touring band and still going strong, The Boat Drunks have performed from coast to coast with nearly every member of Jimmy Buffett’s Coral Reefer Band and have opened shows for Jimmy Buffett, The Beach Boys and Little Feat among many others. Other notable shows include playing outside of Wrigley Field in July 2011 prior to a Cubs-White Sox game, performing in 2015 at a Stanley Cup party for Coach Joel Quenneville of the Chicago Blackhawks, playing “Margaritaville” Theme Nights for the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium from 2016-19, for the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field, at the United Center for the Chicago Blackhawks and for many other Margaritaville-sponsored events. Their set includes many fan-favorite Buffett hits, original music from their five studio albums and other covers ranging from Little Feat to Johnny Cash to The Beatles and more. The Boat Drunks perform at many “Parrothead” fundraising festivals across the country and their originals have been heard on Buffett’s Radio Margaritaville, Sirius/XM Channel 24 as well as many other “trop-rock” radio stations and podcasts. Their latest album, released on March 9, 2018 and titled “Together We Fly”, was produced by R. Scott Bryan (Devon Allman, Sheryl Crow, Peter Mayer) and features eight new original recordings written by the band. The first single from the album, titled “Beer, Buffett and Baseball” and penned by lead singer Mike Miller, has proven to be a hit with Parrotheads and baseball fans alike with its obvious nod to America’s pastime.

Patriotic Soul Saturday, October 12 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm The Benjamin & Anna Bosse Foundation Stage

Patriotic Soul is a group of musicians that came together with their love of country and our military. We play events that honor our veterans and active military. Our music style is diverse from rock, blues, jazz, and pop. Band member Mike Lewis is a proud member of the West Side Nut Club. 47


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--The EVSC-“Bringing Learning to Life”

Francis Joseph Reitz High School

Celebrating over a Century of Learning! 1918-2019 ****************** Andrea Campbell, Principal Megan Baker, Assistant Principal Programmer

Faril Bunner, Assistant Principal Dean Elizabeth Hagan, Athletic Director

Our Motto: Be AWEsome in Attitude, Work and Encouragement. As we educate the young people of our community, we continue to commit to the building of strong minds, healthy bodies, and good hearts.

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Proud to support the 98th annual West Side Nut Club Fall Festival. Thank you for your dedication, passion and hard work! As much as we are a financial institution, Old National is a group of parents, volunteers, artists, athletes, neighbors and friends. By making investments of our time, talent and treasure, we work with you to strengthen the fabric of our community.

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T

he West Side of Evansville, Indiana has, in local terms, considerable historical and cultural significance. For many years it was physically cut off from the main part of the city by Pigeon Creek and the wide swath of factories that once made the creek an important industrial corridor. Further isolated, culturally, by a heavy settlement of German immigrants in the late 1880s, the West Side developed in its own way and at its own pace. By the turn of the century it had achieved a strong sense of community and self-sufficiency.

The History of Evansville’s

West Side From a little place known as “Independence” to a vibrant commercial and residential community.

The West Franklin Street area became a retail and service center second only to downtown. The 100-foot-wide street itself became something of a civic plaza. Neighbors, sharing ties of family and ethnic background, gathered there to socialize as well as to conduct business. When farmers from the western townships - who shared many of the same family and ethnic bonds - came into town to do their weekly “trading”, “town” to them most often meant West Franklin Street. The West Franklin Street district extends across the center of the western half of a 480-acre (more or less) tract of land, bisected by Pigeon Creek that was platted in 1837 as the “City of Lamasco”. The proprietors were John and William Law, James B. McCall (or Macall) and Lucius H. Scott, and the novel name of their town was constructed from the first letters of their surnames. While the portion east of the creek developed into a town and was incorporated in 1847 as Lamasco City, the part to the west remained largely unsettled. By the 1860s it had acquired the name “Independence”, possibly because it had retained its independent status when Lamasco City merged in 1857 with Evansville.

. . . the feeling of a place where neighbors still greet one one another and feel comfortably “at home” make historic West Franklin Street as congenial a destination for generation of West Siders as it was for their forbearers.

In the years following the Civil War, Independence began to experience an influx of settlers, most of whom were of native German stock. The increasing population of the area and its development potential made it an attractive target for Evansville expansion, and in spring, 1870, the Evansville Common Council announced its intention to annex the area. To counter the annexation action, some residents proposed incorporation as a separate town with the name “Madduxport” after Alexander Maddux, a justice of the peace. However, these plans proved useless. By early summer, Independence was made part of the Evansville Municipality. “Independence” as a name lingered in usage for a time, but eventually it gave way to the geographic designation “West Side”.

The growth and urbanization of the West Side continued into the new century. The rough slopes of Coal Mine and Babytown Hills on the western edge of the low-land community were transformed into West Side residential districts, and the top of Coal Mine Hill was crowned in 1918 by the classically designed Francis Joseph Reitz High School. Industry became more diversified and West Franklin Street acquired a respectable “Main Street” appearance as new, well-designed commercial and institutional structures filled in vacant lots or replaced modest buildings of earlier times. In its role as community socializer, it helped to foster the emergence of a widespread and unequalled sense of civic pride that resulted in the formation of organizations specifically for the betterment of the area, such as the West Side Nut Club. Like other traditional shopping hubs, West Franklin Street faces an increased competition from commercial development on the city’s outskirts. Yet the district has a charm and vitality not found in modern suburban commercial centers. Its spruced up buildings and attractive landscaping, and its small town atmosphere within the larger city - the feeling of a place where neighbors still greet one another and feel comfortably “at home” make historic West Franklin Street as congenial a destination for generations of West Siders as it was for their forbearers. 57 127


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The West Side Nut Club looks forward to treating the youth of our community every year with a very large Easter Egg Hunt held at Mater Dei High School.

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Congratulations to the West Side Nut Club on your Continued Success of the Fall Festival!

A lot of work goes into this event with the stuffing, “hiding” & organization of a great time for kids of all ages. We are looking forward to another exciting Easter Egg Hunt for 2020! WEST SIDE NUT CLUB SUPPORTS OUR YOUTH!

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Cady Wellness Institute, its clinicians, and its staff congratulate the West Side Nut Club for their tireless support of our beloved Fall Festival on the West Side – where Dr. Cady lives. And we wish our Evansville friends a wonderful and exciting Fall Festival this year. At CWI, we specialize in the conservative, thoughtful, integrated practice of medicine using natural means, supplements, dietary protocols, exercise, hormones, and when needed, medication for the treatment of our patients. Our focus, like our name suggests, is on WELLNESS, and not just on drugging patients with excess medications. Areas of expertise: • Low hormones – “menopause” and “man-pause” • Depression & anxiety • ADD/ADHD • Nutrient deficiencies • Difficult to diagnose and treat cases with a neuropsychiatric component.

Come visit us online at www.cadywellness.com or www.facebook.com/cadywellness Cady Wellness Institute is located at 4727 Rosebud Lane – Suite F Newburgh, IN 47630 (office) 812-429-0772

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Christopher Alcorn-86

Chip Altstadt-07

Jeff Alvey-10

David Altstadt-87

Steve W. Angermeier-81

Past President

Joining with our friends and neighbors to CELEBRATE

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Jack A Young, AAMS® Financial Advisor

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Kyle Anslinger-16

Tom Antes-94

Phone 425-4509 Fax 423-6647 Phone 483-7253

Mark Asbury-77

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Steve Bailey-92

Richard Barchet-73 Past President


Jarad Basham-09

David Baumgart-63

Joseph E. Beck-83 Past President

Ryan Beck-06

Alan E. Becker-63 Past President

TEKOPPEL BLOCK COMPANY “Family Owned Since 1912”

Tom Tekoppel 812-422-2491 17001 W. Ohio Street Evansville, IN 47712

Clem Behme-77

Gary W. Bell-73

Bobby Bemis-08 69

Vernie R. Bender ll-86

Matt Bishop-03


Mike Bishop-08

Tim Bishop-82 Past President

William L. Bland-74

Adam Blythe-03

Randy L. Blythe-86

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Garren Seibert - Member

Ken Boes-89

Anthony Bogan-01

John Bogan-05

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Ron Boren-95

Ronald G. Brand-67 Past President


James Bratt-79

Evan Brinkmeyer-15

Jim Brinkmeyer-00

Kent Brittingham-90

Ernest E. Brothers-85

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Gift Certificates Available 708 Stanley Ave. Evansville, IN 47711 www.dirtfinders.net 812-402-3060 • fax 812-402-3062

Gorman D. Brothers-76

Jeffrey Brown-96

Michael Brown-18 71

Pete Bryan-08

Tim Bryan-06


Byron Bryant-97

Steve Bryant-18

Tim Buecher-80

Mike Buente-90

Bart Burke-15

Ed Burnett-19

Josh Burns-14

Jeff Butts-02

Max Carnahan-17

Tony Carr-97

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Brian Cassin, Jr.-93

Mike Cates-19

Zach Cates-17

Winston Chaney-19

Randall Gene Collins, Jr.-76

40 Years As Evansville’s Premier Steak House

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BABY BACK RIBS ANGUS AGED STEAKS PRIME RIB BANQUET FACILITIES OUR WORLD FAMOUS SALAD BAR Dan Nix - Nut Club Member Since 1988 BOEKE & MORGAN AVENUE ______________________________

812.476.5405

David Conia-11

Matt Conkling-03

Dan Nix - Nut Club Member since 1988

Mark Corbett-99 73

Phillip Craig-15

Phillip Cree-12


Joseph R. Crowdus-83

Mooney COPY SERVICE, INC. Since 1945

Mike DeJean, President

Jeff Culley-16

Mitchell Culley-17

Tracey Dallas-77

Herb V. Dassel-76 Past President

Printing • Lithography • Mailing Service

40 E. Sycamore Street Evansville, Indiana (812) 423-6626 Fax (812) 421-9965 info@mooneyprinting.com www.mooneyprinting.com

On Broadway Guys & Dolls (812) 423-6204

3126 Broadway Avenue • Evansville, IN WALK-INS WELCOME Open 6 Days a Week PHONE 812.424.5651

Bumper Bowling Fundraisers

Birthday Parties Pro Shop

VETERANS WANTED TO JOIN AMVETS POST #84 2912 Broadway Ave PHONE 423-3322 Membership Dues $30 per year Covers August to August

We welcome all honorably discharged vets from September 16, 1940 to & including active armed forces personnel on Active Duty!

Jeramy David-16

Harold L. Davids-78

Austin Davis-18 74

Jack E. Davis-80

Benny Day-61


Mark Decamps-08

Rick Decker, Jr.-97

CORVETTE REPRODUCTION BODY PANELS

Glenn Deig-94

Wesley Deig-17

John L. Deem-75

Galen Deig-94

Gary Deig-79

Lee Bumb Composites, Inc. 3817 N. St. Joe Ave. Evansville, IN 47720 Phone: (812) 424-4701 Fax: (812) 428-3584 sermersheim1@hotmail.com www.SCorvette.com

Doug DeLong-14 75

Doug DeMoss-97

Steve Deputy-88


Matt Edmund Donald G. LewisBakeriesWestSideNutClubAd2018.pdf 1 4/16/18 Dickerson-18 2:51 PM Derringe, Jr.-76 Deutsch-67 Past President Past President

Mike Dietz-19

Tim Dingman-02

Mike Drone-17

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David Diedrich-06

Eddie Dietz-11

Doug Duncan-04

Pat Duncan-66


Jim Durham-84

Terry Durre-08

John Dycus-90

Luke Effinger-99

John Eickhoff-87

DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF CORRUGATED PACKAGING SOLUTIONS “Customer Service is our Basic Aim”  

     

1625 Allens Lane P.O. Box 4735 Evansville, IN 47724 (812) 422-0502

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“Proud people united in a commitment to customers, by providing quality and service second to none.”

      Andy Elfreich-03

Stanton R. Elfreich-83

Steve Elfreich-01 77

Stephan A. Elliott-79

Wayne A. Elpers-79


Wayne C. Emge-83

Sylvester E. Englert-76

Ralph Epley-89

Robert Epley, Jr.-87

Leonard E. Euler-78

Lee Fehrenbacher-16

Marc Fehrenbacher-97

Mark Fehrenbacher-78 Past President

UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP!

William Evans-91 Past President

James Farny-97

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Dennis Feldhaus-86 Past President

Thomas L. Feldhaus-84

Mike Fetscher-02

Tom Fleenor-94

Zack Fleenor-07

Ma r iach i B a n d E v e ry M on t h • We H ave Pi ck U p Wi n d o w & Pati o ! LUNCH • DINNER KIDS EAT FREE SATURDAYS! Mon. Margaritas $2.50 • Tues. Mexican Beer $1.99 • Wed. Domestic Beer $1.49 Lunch Specials $7.00 • Senior Citizen Mondays & Tuesdays

720 N. Sonntag Avenue • West Side Shopping Plaza

812.421.1986

Chris Fluty-15

Terry Fluty-92

Grant Folz-16

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Robert Folz-06

Brian A. Foote-82


Butch Frank-98

Keith Frank-88 Past President

Kyle Frank-07

Leonard Frey-10

Derek Fritts-08

Historic West Franklin St. 2217 West Franklin St. Evansville, IN 47712 812-423-5831 info@evprint.com www.evprint.com

• Custom Fabricating • Heliarc (Mig. Tig) • Cast Iron • Aluminum • Stainless • Custom Bolt Threading • Heavy Equipment Repair • Mobile Welding FREE ESTIMATES

Locally owned and operated by Butch Frank (Nut Club member) Kerry Sinclair • Morgan Frank

TOM McCULLOUGH 812.424.2691 3020 Claremont Ave. • Evansville

Full Service Commercial Printing & Copying

Tyler Frounfelter-14

Roger A. Fuchs-85

Blake Fulton-13 80

Dan Fulton-90 Past President

Donald Fulton II-10


Vic Gallagher-92

Greg Geis-17

Don Gerteisen-95

Kevin Gerteisen-94

Josh Gibson-17

David Gossman-80

Steve Gossman-86

Congratulations on your 97th year!

PIERRE

FUNERAL HOME NUT CLUB MEMBERS GARY J. PIERRE JOHN M. PIERRE Family Owned & Operated Since 1951 Serving the West Side and The Community 2601 W. Franklin Street

(812) 423-6471

Complete Pre-Planning Services

Ted Glaser-96

Thomas Glaser-90

Scott Goedde-98 81


John Green-98

Joe Greulich-09

Daniel Gries-78 Past President

Raymond A. Gries-75 Past President

Daniel Griese-98

Proud sponsor of Special Kids Day at the West Side Nut Club Fall Festival!

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Richard Griese-91

Bill Grisham Honorary Member-19 82

Jacob Guetling-10

Justin Guetling-09


Clarence Hahn-69 Past President

Mike Hahn-98

Robert Hahn-19

Chris Hamer-12

John P. Hamer-78

“Re-tire-ing to Live Since 1918� 1512 W. Columbia Phone (812) 425-2229 West Side Nut Club Member Since 1923

Steve Hamer-83

Ray Happe-98

James Hart-00

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Ken Hart-92

Kenneth Hartlein-87


Bernie Head-72

Joseph P. Head, Jr.-75

Mark Head-00

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Zach Henderson-15

Shawn Heneisen-15 84

David Henze-96

Tom Herrmann-07


Wayne Herrmann-82

Michael Herschelman-18

Cory Hicks -14

David Heuck-99

Ronald L. Higgs-83

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Brad Hilgeman-99

Eric Hillenbrand-14

Jason Hisch-09

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John Hodge-81

Brent Holweger-04


Alex Huber-15

John Hudson-10

Paul Huebner-88

Robert V. Jacobs-75

David Jeffreys-88

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Dr. Gerald Jesse-71

Edward Johnson-73

Grant Johnson-19 86

Jim Johnson -14

Brandon Julian -12


Ted Kares-01

Ben Kempf-01

Jeremy Kempf-13

Ronnie Kempf-09

Steve Kempf-17

Dan Ko-09

Eric Kolb-18

Ralph Koressel-77

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Rick Kersting-92

Harvey A. Klenck-79

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Mike Kroeger -14

Kevin Kuebler-12

Ron Kuhlenschmidt-99

Christian Lancaster-19

Robert Lancaster-93

Mike Lear-94

Jimmy Lefler-94

Joshua Lefler-17

Tom Leggett-09

Daniel H. Lewis-83 Past President

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Doug Lewis-97

Hermus A. Lewis-80

Jason Lewis-10

Ryan Lewis-07

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Michael Lewis-96

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Jeff Little-92

Ryan Little-08

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Russell Lloyd, Jr. Honorary Member 89

Jerry Loeffler-92

Bud Lomax-74


Brandon Long-12

Doug Long-95

William L. Long, Jr.-83

Chris Lynch-16

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Gary Lynn-75

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Our TREASURE CHEST DRAWING is on Friday’s At 7:30 pm. Come in and join the fun and fellowship. Proud sponsors of adult and junior DART and POOL.

Neil Lynn-08

Glenn Macke-81 Past President

Lucas Macke -14 90

Jason Martin-05

Pat Martin-92


Brian Massey-05

Jeremy Massey-17

Jacob Mayer-02

Paul Mayer-79

Rob Mayes-10

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Robert McCarty-05

Brandon McClish-13

Jason McCord-13 91

Terr McCoy-05

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Bill McCullough-86 Past President


Tom McCullough-90

Ronald McDowell-86

Jeremy Melton-09

Mike Michel-95

Roger Miller-88

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Jim Mills-18

Samuel Mills-86

Carl L. Minton-84 92

Tim Mitsdarffer-98 Past President

Glenn Modesitt-82 Past President


Michael Moers-17

Max Monarch-11

Tom Moore-91

Jim Morrow-02

Sam Morrow-03

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Lee Mortensen-95

David Mosby-97

Stuart Mosby-10 93

Mike Moser-10

Joe Muensterman-84 Past President


Bill Murphy -14

Brian Murphy-03

Bryce Murphy-15

David Murphy-10

Mike Murphy-03

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Pat Murphy -14

Dennis Nettles-02

Norbert J. Niemeier-73 Past President 94

Tom Niemeier-76

Daniel Nix-88


Harold W. Nix-71

Les Nunn-04

Roger Nurrenbern-05

Jay Pagett-19

Kenneth Peerman-05

Gerst Haus

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Daniel Perdue-88

David Perigo-15

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Joe Petitjean-07 95

Gary Pierre-65

John Pierre-18


Bill Polk-85

James B. Raben-86

MIDWEST Rich Rawling Honorary Member

Jordan Raben-11

Kent Reddington-92

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Robert Reed-83

Mark Reis-75

Bill Reising-68 96

Keith Reising-90

Kirk D. Reising-83


Howard Reynolds-13

Ron Rheinlander-73

Dr. David Rice Honorary Member

Rusty Rideout-18

Rick Riney-86

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Rodney Wayne Riney-85

Steve Riney-13

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Dave Ritter-89 97

Tom Ritter-82

Joe Robertson-82


Wes Rockers-08

Scott Roedel-06

Jim Ruff-75

Randy Rolley-87

Tim Ruff-95

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Heath Rupp-14

Nick Rush-93

Rich Rust-98

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Mark Sammet-12

Matt Sammet-19


Bill Scales-73

Tim Schaefer-97

Alan Schaffstein-89 Past President

Brian Schaffstein-92

Tom Schapker-93

The Nut Club would like to thank all our Advertisers and supporters for making the Fall Festival possible.

Alex Schmitt-17 Michael Schmahlenberger-18

Christopher Schmitt-17 99

Darryl Schmitt-99

Butch Schneider-08


Jeff Schneider-95

Joe Schneider-02

Phillip Schneider-06

Keith Schnur-96

Mark Schoenbaum-92

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Larry Schultz-77

Peter M. Schutzius-81

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Garren Seibert-92 100

Dustin Shaw-10

Eric Shaw-92


Sam Shaw-95 Past President

Leslie C. Shively-82

Christopher Siemers-71

Melvin Singer-87

Donald R. Smith-78

Muensterman’s Auto Service

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Jared Smith-16

JD Smith-16

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Mark A. Smith-84 101

Matt Smith-16

Mike Smith-15


Scott Smith-04

Jack N. Snurpus-81

Mark Springer-96

Mark Stansberry-88 Past President

Randy Steinback-02

Garren Garren Seibert Seibert

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Lester Steinmetz-95

812-402-45 812-402-GL Steve Stephens-80 102

Michael Stevens-05

Chris Stewart-06


Charles Stocker-79

Jesse Storey-92

John S. Strange-64

Larry Strange-98

William Stratman-72

Proud West Side Nut Club Members Tom Fleenor-94

Jake Martin-05

Zack Fleenor-07

Matt Bishop-03

Rich Rust-98

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Harris Strueh-97

John (Smitty) Taylor-66 Past President

John “Willie� Taylor-73 103

Jason Tekoppel-09

Mike Tekoppel-91


Jeff Thompson-10

Harold E. Tepool, Jr.-81

Ron Tillman -15

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Brett Tillotson-02

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Troy Tornatta-98

Danny R. Tracy-81

Glenn Tracy, Jr.-98 104

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Pat Tuley -14

Al Umbach-65


Larry Vadbunker-93

Greg Van Bibber-03

Richard Van Bibber-80

Scott VanMeter-10

James Vanpell-09

Reitz Celebrates a Century on the Hill 1918 - 2018

A view from the Ohio River by Karl Kae Knecht courtesy Willard Library

Special events planned & major gift to the school to be made. Alumni and friends are asked to support the restricted fund of the Century Campaign to raise $100,000 for the 100,000 great reasons we are the Reitz Nation. Class challenges and list of donors on our website.

Visit www.fjreitzbigblueboosters.org or www.facebook.com/FJReitzBigBlueBoosters The Big Blue Boosters, founded in 1980, works to raise funds for all school sanctioned student extracurricular activities at Reitz. The Boosters is a respected 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit whose mission is exclusively to benefit Reitz students.

James P. Vaughn, Jr.-70

Mark Vickers-12

Rick Vindhurst-80 105

Rick Vindhurst, Jr.98

James A. Voelker-73


James D. Voelker-64

Mike Volkman-11

Brad Wagner-96

Ray Wagner-10

Carl Wallace-67

Robert Waller-03 106

Dennis Wagner-91

Matt Wannemuehler-90 Past President

Gary W. Wagner-80

Todd Webber-16


Mike Weber-04

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Mark Weidner-00

Evan Weinzapfel-17

Jerry Weinzapfel-69

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Mark Weinzapfel-86 Past President

Bruce E. Werner-83 107

Joel Werner-12

Shane Wessel-02


Dan Weyer-89

Larry White-00

Jim Will, Jr.-81 Past President

Josh Willett-10

Brett Williams-17

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Jack Williams-92

John Williams-13

Scott Willis-97

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Terry Wilson-98

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Tommy Wilson-16


Lloyd Winnecke Honorary Member

Robert Winnecke-87

Alan Winterheimer-63

Dennis Woehler-10

Jeff Wolf-96

George Yeager-67

Jerry Ziemer-71

Dennis Carl Wintz-75

AJ Wipkey-19

Michael H. Wolf-76

Martin Woodruff-90

Brian Woods-08

Jonathon Yeager-15

Kenny Young-95

Blake Zeller-15

Bryan Zeller-90 Past President

Patrick J. Ziemer-75

Ronald C. Zimmmerman-76

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IF YOU EVER WONDERED HOW THE WEST SIDE NUT CLUB HAS CONTINUED TO DO SO VERY MUCH FOR OUR COMMUNITY OVER THE YEARS, JUST TAKE A LOOK AT THIS...

THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS HAVE 50+ YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE WEST SIDE NUT CLUB Benny Day, 1961 David Baumgart, 1963 Alan Becker, 1963 Alan Winterheimer, 1963 John Strange, 1964 James D. Voelker, 1964

Gary Pierre, 1965 Al Umbach, 1965 Pat Duncan, 1966 John Smitty Taylor, 1966 Ron Brand, 1967 Donald Deutsch, 1967

Carl Wallace, 1967 George Yeager, 1967 Bill Reising 1968 Butch Hahn, 1969 Jerry Weinzapfel, 1969

THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS HAVE 40+ YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE WEST SIDE NUT CLUB Jim Vaughn, 1970 Gerald Jesse, 1971 Harold Nix, 1971 Chris Siemers, 1971 Jerry Ziemer, 1971 Bernie Head, 1972 George Helfrich, 1972 William Stratman, 1972 Richard Barchet, 1973 Gary W. Bell, 1973 Edward Johnson, 1973 Norbert J. Niemeier, 1973 Ron Rheinlander, 1973 Bill Scales, 1973 John “Willie” Taylor, 1973

James A. Voelker, 1973 Bill Bland, 1974 Bud Lomax, 1974 John Deem, 1975 Ray Gries, 1975 Joe Head, 1975 Bob Jacobs, 1975 Gary Lynn, 1975 Mark Reis, 1975 Jim Ruff, 1975 Bernie Wedding, 1975 Dennis Wintz, 1975 Pat Ziemer, 1975 Gorman Brothers, 1976 Randy Collins, 1976 Herbert Dassel, 1976 Ed Derringe, 1976 Sylvester Englert, 1976 Tom Niemeier, 1976 Mike Wolf, 1976 Ron Zimmerman, 1976 Mark Asbury, 1977 Clem Behme, 1977 Tracy Dallas, 1977 Ralph Koressel, 1977 112

Larry Schultz, 1977 Harold Davids, 1978 Leonard Euler, 1978 Mark Fehrenbacher, 1978 Danny Gries, 1978 John Hamer, 1978 Don Smith, 1978

Jim Bratt, 1979, Gary Deig, 1979 Steve Elliott, 1979 Wayne Elpers, 1979 Harvey Klenck, 1979 Paul Mayer, 1979 Charles Stocker, 1979


THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS HAVE 30+ YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE WEST SIDE NUT CLUB Tim Buecher, 1980 Jack Davis, 1980 David Gossman, 1980 H.A. Lewis, 1980 Steve Stephens, 1980 Mark Tornatta, 1980 Richard Van Bibber, 1980 Rick Vindhurst Sr., 1980 Gary Wagner, 1980 Steve Angermeier, 1981 John Hodge, 1981 Glen Macke, 1981 Peter Schutzius, 1981 Jack Snurpus, 1981 Harold Tepool Jr, 1981 Danny Tracy, 1981 Jim Will Jr, 1981 Tim Bishop, 1982 Brian Foote, 1982 Wayne Hermann, 1982 Glen Modesitt, 1982 Tom Ritter, 1982 Joe Robertson, 1982 Leslie Shively, 1982 Joseph E. Beck, 1983 Joseph R. Crowdus, 1983 Stanton R. Elfreich, 1983

Wayne C. Emge, 1983 Steve Hamer, 1983 Ronald L. Higgs, 1983 Daniel H. Lewis, 1983 William L. Long, Jr., 1983 Robert Reed, 1983 Kirk D. Reising, 1983 Bruce E. Werner, 1983 Jim Durham, 1984 Tom Feldhaus, 1984 Carl Minton, 1984 Joe Muensterman, 1984 Mark Smith, 1984 Ernie Brothers, 1985 Roger Fuchs, 1985 Bill Polk, 1985 Rodney Riney, 1985 Chris Alcorn, 1986 Bob Bender, 1986 Randy Blythe, 1986 Dennis Feldhaus, 1986 Steve Gossman, 1986 Bill McCullough, 1986 Tom McDowell, 1986 Sam Mills, 1986 James Raben, 1986 Rick Riney, 1986 Mark Weinzapfel, 1986

David Altstadt, 1987 John Eickhoff, 1987 Robert Epley, Jr., 1987 Kenneth Hartlein, 1987 Randy Rolley, 1987 Melvin Singer, 1987 Robert Winnecke, 1987 Steve Deputy, 1988 Keith Frank, 1988 Paul Huebner, 1988 David Jeffreys, 1988 Roger Miller, 1988 Dan Nix, 1988 Dan Perdue, 1988 Mark Stansberry, 1988 Ken Boes, 1989 Ralph Epley, 1989 Michael Head, 1989 Dave Ritter, 1989 Alan Schaffstein, 1989 Dan Weyer, 1989

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The Evansville Convention & Visitors Bureau salutes the West Side Nut Club for decades of community spirit and participation. Best of luck for another wonderful, warm and sunny Fall Festival week. 115


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In 1921 The Nut Club formally organized and “The Fall Festival” began as an annual event on West Franklin Street.

In 1921 A.D. established the West Side’s first funeral home. Today, the fifth generation Alexander Family (Tom, Matthew, Andrew, and Jon, all licensed funeral directors) operates Alexander’s Five Locations. Jeff Alvey and Mitch Culley are active Nut Club members.

A.D. and Kenneth Alexander, both West Side Nut Club past presidents, watched the festival grow to become the largest in the Midwest. Annual attendance averages 150,000 visitors.

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INDEX OF ADVERTISERS ABC 1916 W. Franklin St.................................59 Alexander Funeral Homes.....................122 Allstate, David Key Agency.....................33 Altstadt Hoffman Plumbing......................56 Altstadt’s Office Supplies.......................104 American Legion Funkhouser Post #8....90 Amvets Post 84.......................................74 Automotive Color Supply.........................56 Auto Wheel & Rim.................................107 Azzip Pizza..............................................56 Banterra Bank....................................... 114 Bella Vi....................................................92 Benthall Bros...........................................59 Berry Plastics..........................................82 Best Air Tools...........................................48 Big Blue Boosters..................................105 Black Equipment Co................................96 Brown Orthodontics............................... 118 Bufco Electric..........................................92 Cady Wellness Institute...........................66 Camden Hancock Foundation.................37 Center Heights Lumber Company...........54 Commerce Bank......................................10 Corner Bar & Grill......................................4 DEF Danco Construction.................................55 Deaconess..............................................32 Deig Bros. Construction............................4 Desktop Doctors.................................... 119 Diamond Valley FCU.............................120 Digital Upgrade...................................... 119 Dirt Finders Maid Service........................71 Edward Jones Nurrenbern......................68 EEMSCO.................................................35 El Charro.................................................79 Empire Contractors...............................103 Evansvile Convention & Visitors Bureau.... 115 Evansville Firefighters Local 357.............71 Evansville Print Specialist.......................80

EyeCare Consultants............................104 Farm Boy Food Service...........................98 Fehrenbacher Cabinets...........................62 Fifth Third Bank.......................................74 First Bank................................................13 First Federal Savings Bank.....................64 F.J. Reitz High School.............................50 Flowers and More....................................81 Foxxx Pools.............................................70 Franklin Family Physicians......................92 Franklin Lanes.........................................74 Franklin Street Dentistry..........................48 Franklin Street Tavern.............................67 Freeman, Will, and Niemeier...................84 Fulton Manufactured Home Products......27 GHI G. Lee’s.................................................102 German American Bank........................ 116 Gerst Haus..............................................95 Glenn Deig, Attorney at Law....................72 Hahn Brothers Drywall............................65 Happe & Sons Construction....................67 Hasgoe....................................................27 Helfrich Hills Golf Shop.............................4 Heritage Petroleum...............................121 Hinderliter Construction...........................27 House Hunter Realty...............................65 Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance, Kempf.. 111 JKL JH Rudolph..............................................87 Kenny Kent Toyota..................................17 Kokies Catering.......................................62 Lang Brothers Construction.....................20 Lee Bumb Composites............................75 Leroy’s Tavern.......................................120 Lewis Bakery...........................................76 Lochmueller Group..................................51 Loeffler Painting Company......................93 Lynn’s West Side Marine.......................104

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MNO Marx BBQ/Hilltop Inn...............................52 Mater Dei High School..............................9 McCullough Welding & Fab.....................80 Midwest Roofing Sheet Metal..................96 Miller Block and Brick..............................94 Mooney Copy Service.............................74 Moore’s Body Shop.................................92 Morley......................................................91 Muensterman’s Auto Service.................101 Muensterman Plumbing Company..........87 Munchie Map..................................... 21-24 Mulzer Crushed Stone.............................91 Need a Nurse..........................................35 Nisbet Inn................................................61 N.M. Bunge Inc........................................89 North American Midway..........................26 Nu Plaza Yacht Club..................................6 Old National Bank..................................53] On Broadway Guys and Dolls.................74 PQRS Parkview Care Center.............................58 Paul’s Pharmacy....................................104 Pet Food Center......................................15 Pierre Funeral Home...............................81 Piranha Mobile Shredding.......................85 Pizza King...............................................73 Power Equipment Plus............................91 Raben Tire...............................................85 Ray’s Heating & Air..................................89 Reis Tire Sales........................................83 Ride Information........................................1 Rideout’s Transmissions..........................52 River Bend Association...........................34 River City Eagles Aerie 4023..................90 Safety Tips from Sheriff Wedding............60 Sandbox Bar & Grill.................................68 Schaffstein Companies............................31 Scherer Monument Works.......................94 Schon Boutique.......................................17

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Please visit the WSNC website. Log on 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and get up-to-date information about the Fall Festival and the West Side Nut Club in general. You can get a bird’s eye view of Franklin Street from our Web Cam, learn about the backgrounds of participating bands, and view photos and results from the various contests that take place during the fun-packed week. If you would like to advertise in this book next year, be sure to contact us at wsncbooklet@gmail.com by May 1, 2020.

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Schneider Heat and Air...........................99 Shelter Insurance, Anslinger Clark..........59 Shepherd Insurance................................67 Shoe Carnival..........................................88 Siegel’s Uniforms.....................................59 Siemer’s Glass......................................107 Skanska.................................................108 Smitty’s Italian Steakhouse.....................95 Solarbron.................................................63 Southwest Grafix and Apparel...............101 Spankey’s Una Pizza.................................4 Spectrum Packaging...............................77 Sportsman’s Bar & Grill...........................95 St. Joe Veterinary Hospital......................77 St. Philip’s Inn..........................................78 State Farm Martin Woodruff....................17 Swat Pest Management..........................35 TUV Table of Contents......................................1 Taylor Constructoin..................................68 Tekoppel Block Company........................69 Tri-State Painting.....................................92 Tri-State Trophies....................................78 Tuff Jon....................................................72 Tug of War...............................................20 Tuley Law................................................38 United Associatoin Local 136..................49 United Fidelity Bank..............................106 USI..........................................................25 Van Beck Services...................................36 Vandco Equipment................................117

WSNC Directors 2019...............................7 WSNC Easter Egg Hunt..........................65 WSNC Entertainment.........................41-47 WSNC Fall Festival Coupons................ 110 WSNC Festival Chairman’s Message.......1 WSNC Festival 1st Co-Chair Message.....3 WSNC Festival 2nd Co-Chair Message....4 WSNC History.........................................57 WSNC Honors................................ 112-113 WSNC International President 2019.........3 WSNC Lighthouse Parade......................34 WSNC Members...............................68-109 WSNC Obituaries....................................19 WSNC Officers 2019.................................5 WSNC Past Festival Chairmen............... 11 WSNC Past Presidents........................... 11 WSNC Pet Parade.............................14-15 WSNC President’s Message.....................1 WSNC Queen and King 2018 Winners...27 WSNC Queen and King 2019.................28 WSNC Scholarship Recipients................12 WSNC Thanks to Franklin Merchants.......2 WSNC Thanks to Sponsors.....................40 WSNC Thanks to Vectren........................18 Youth of the Day......................................16 Zeidler’s Flowers.....................................69 Zeller’s Master Tire................................100

WXYZ Washtub, The..........................................17 Wayne’s Appliance & Mattress................97 West Metal Sales.....................................55 West River Health Campus.....................86 West Side Liquor.....................................29 West Side Honda...................................100 Western Ribeye and Ribs........................73 Wilderman and Associates......................89 Wilkie Structural Engineering..................62 Wm McCullough Excavating...................56 Woosley Financial...................................39 WSNC Amateur Hour..............................30 WSNC Booklet Chairman Message........20 WSNC Class of 2019................................3 WSNC Committee Chairmen 2019...........8

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98th West Side Nut Club Fall Festival Booklet  

The official booklet of the 98th Annual West Side Nut Club's Fall Festival

98th West Side Nut Club Fall Festival Booklet  

The official booklet of the 98th Annual West Side Nut Club's Fall Festival

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