2008-10-30 / Correspondents' Notes


By Kate Berkstresser

Mother Nature gave us another beautiful weekend. A good chance to get out and enjoy it because we are going toward those winter days.

Everyone welcomed Bill Hine as guest speaker from the Gideons on Sunday morning at Knobsville United Methodist church.

The folks of Cito United Methodist Church will hold a festival on Thursday evening, October 30, starting at 4:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome.

Center United Methodist Church will have a chili cookout on Saturday, November 1. See members for details.

Annual church conference will be held at Cito United Methodist Church Sunday, November 16. Community covered dish at 5:00 p.m.

with worship at 6:00 p.m.

By the time these items come

out the World Series will be over. Hope your favorite team wins. As of Sunday evening, the Phillies were doing well.

Remember Election Day is only a few days away. Hope everyone turns out to vote. This is an important election when we are choosing the leader of our country.

We welcome Pastor Bill and Joan Kuhn home this week from vacation.

Happy birthday to Grace Heefner, October 30.

Robert and June Bennett and daughter Sandra and grandson Micky returned home after spending several days in Mexico.

Our prayers go out to Joan Shephard who we hear isn't doing as well as we would like to hear.

Be careful as you drive around Friday evening as the trick-ortreaters will probably be out.

We extend our sympathy to Margaret and Lester Newman on the loss of Margaret's sister recently.

Remember to turn clocks back one hour on Sunday.

Enjoy the beautiful fall colors and Happy Halloween.

Household hint: Save fuel and heat. Use task heaters and space heaters whenever possible. They are less expensive and more efficient than furnaces for small jobs. Keep yourself warm, heat your body not the house. Use an electric blanket or heavy quilt when in bed. Warm sweaters and warm socks when working or relaxing. You'll be much warmer for less money.

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