Party Like It's 1929

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    Jennifer Wohlberg of Jasper chatted about her derby hat while posing for a portrait during the “Party Like It’s 1929!” event Saturday night at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper. The party focused on the era of Prohibition and featured a moonshine demonstration, costume contest and live music. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Ruth Kuebler of Jasper, left, Deb Fuhs of Jasper and Kathy Tretter of Ferdinand danced while the Recycled Teenagers played the song “Shake, Rattle and Roll.” Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Ruth Kuebler of Jasper, clockwise from top left, Gary Eck of Otwell, his wife, Marlene Eck, and Yvonne Mullen of Jasper stood for a picture together after winning best costumes awards during the “Party Like It’s 1929!” event Saturday night at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Gary Eck of Otwell held a cigar in his mouth after winning an award for best costume. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Marlene Eck of Otwell held a cigarette holder in her hand during the “Party like it’s 1929!” event at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper on Saturday. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Yvonne Mullin of Jasper waited to get her picture taken after winning one of the awards for the best costume at the Party Like It’s 1929! event Saturday night at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Yvonne Mullin of Jasper waited to get her picture taken after winning a best costume award during the “Party Like It’s 1929!” event Saturday night at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Fred Clark of Jasper, center, listened to Art Nordhoff of Jasper tell stories about the prohibition era during the “Party Like It’s 1929!” event Saturday night at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Mike Lindauer of Ferdinand answered questions about the process for making moonshine during the “Party Like It’s 1929!” event Saturday night at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Paul Schue of Huntingburg, right, watched as Mike Lindauer of Ferdinand checked on his family's distilling equipment which was on display during the “Party Like It’s 1929!” event Saturday night at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Fred Clark of Jasper listened for the special knock and password required of those who wanted to enter the "Party like it's 1929!" event at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper on Saturday. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Paul Schue of Huntingburg displayed the corn maize mash required to make moonshine during the “Party Like It’s 1929!” event Saturday night at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    The traditional equipment required to make moonshine was on display during the “Party Like It’s 1929!” event Saturday night at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Art Nordhoff of Jasper told stories about the prohibition era during the “Party Like It’s 1929!” event Saturday night at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Joan Melton of Celestine looked at the corn maize mash used to make moonshine during the “Party Like It’s 1929!” event Saturday night at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald