This was quite a rainy weekend, but we are getting some very badly needed rain. Quite a few folks have planted some garden, which the rain will help.
A nice crowd attended the
pancake and sausage supper at Hustontown Firehall Saturdaynight, sponsored by the Forbes Road Lions Club. The food was delicious.
Sorry to hear Lois McGowan is a patient at Fulton County Medical Center with a broken arm after falling at her home. We send speedy recovery wishes her way.
Hustontown Area Volunteer Fire Co. will sponsor a food auction on Friday, May 8, beginning at 6:00 p.m. The kitchen will open at 5:00 p.m. Frozen foods, snacks and miscellaneous items will be sold. The volunteer firemen appreciate your support.
Bill Henry is still a patient at Chambersburg Hospital. We hope he is doing a lot better at this time.
Hustontown Fire Co. will sponsor a Mother's Days smorgasbord on Sunday, May 10, beginning at 11:00 a.m. The menu will include a variety of meats, vegetables, salads, desserts and beverages. Treat Mom to a great meal in a smoke-free and air-conditioned dining room.
A fundraiser is being held for Shawn Knepper, who is a patient in intensive care at University of Maryland Hospital, following brain surgery. Quarter-pound ham and cheese sandwiches are for sale. To place an order, call Doretta Mellott at 987-3661. Delivery date is Friday, May 22. Your support will be greatly appreciated.
May birthdays: May 1 - Zoe Cutchall; May 6 - Nicole Gelvin; May 4 - Robert Appleby; May 5 - Trudy Gelvin; May 6 - Judy Waters and Alice Chesnut; May 8 - Rheon Gelvin; May 10 - McKenzie Spade; May 11 - Harper Cline; May 15 - Kate Berkstresser.
Sorry to hear John Gallagher is on the ill list and is a patient at Fulton County Medical Center. We send get well wishes to him.
Our sympathy is extended to the family and relatives of Mrs. Richard Kirk, who passed away recently.
The late Herbert and Kate Berkstresser family reunion will be held at Forbes Road Lions Park on Sunday, May 17, with the meal to begin at 1:00 p.m.
Household hint: Easy paint removal - Cooking oil, baby oil, shaving cream or shampoo will soften and remove paint from your hands and face more pleasantly then turpentine or mineral spirits. If you forget to wear a cap while painting the ceiling, baby oil is a very good choice for removing the paint that dripped onto your hair.