Southern Indiana Living

JUL-AUG 2012

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Every photo, every piece of furniture, every framed print, every display case, has a story. With very little prompting, Marvin and Beverly will give you a tour. Every photo, every piece of furniture, every framed print, every display case, has a story. Many items were brought to the Maxwells from New Washington resi- dents wanting to preserve a piece of the community's history. Many other things were unearthed in the renovation. -XVW Rff WKH GLQLQJ URRP ZKLFK VHDWV Sylvia Jones, spend the better part of the day cooking and baking for Sunday %UXQFK 7KH 6XQGD\ EXffHW LV VHUYHG HDFK week from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The menu changes weekly, but usually includes several breakfast items such as biscuits and gravy, scrambled eggs, bacon, and hash brown casserole. Dessert choices YDU\ ZHHNO\ EXW \RX PD\ ÀQG FRFRQXW cream pie, pecan pie, Sylvia's apple cake or chocolate sour cream cake with cara- SAL ON ngell S PA 812.246.1400 Open Monday-Saturday Now Available-Airbrush Make-Up Hair Nails Facials Waxing Massages Pedicures Wig Maintenance Now that I'm right here in your area, there's no one better than a State Farm agent to serve your insurance needs. Call me today. mel icing. When A Step Back hosts special events such as a murder mystery, a musical per- formance or the Ladies of Liberty doing a special patriotic tribute, Beverly says the menu goes a little more "upscale". Sev- eral groups have made pilgrimages to the building, including car clubs. The Ameri- can Legion Shawnee Post #193 brought its antique steam engine, full of people, for a special event. about 80 and has an 18-foot screen and projector for meetings and special events, is a door that hides, what could best be kindly described as a "rickety" staircase leading to the old projection room. The projectors are still there, as are the car- ERQ VWLFNV WKDW VWDUWHG WKH ÀUH WR SRZHU the projectors. It burned so hot, that there were stove pipes to exhaust the heat. Mar- vin's brother, Larry, who is a few years older, remembers going with friends to movies in the building and then getting a hamburger across the street. In the lobby are more treasures — ads THERE'S A NEW NEIGHBOR in your neighborhood. Theresa Lamb 2441 State Street Suite B, New Albany, IN 47150 (Located in the same plaza as Tucker's Restaurant) (812)945-8088 LIKE A GOOD NEIGHBOR STATE FARM IS THERE Providing Insurance and Financial Services 102 Hometown Plaza Sellersburg, Indiana 47172 State Farm Insurance Companies Home Offices Bloomington, IN statefarm.com VLOLYLQJPDJ FRP •

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