2009-07-16 / Correspondents' Notes

Our Town

By Kay McGarvey

George Lynch is home slowly recuperating after suffering a stroke recently.

Sympathy goes out to the families of Bernadine Mills and Bill Henry, who passed away last week.

Stephanie Swope has passed her state licensure for a registered nurse and is employed at Fulton County Medical Center.

J.J. and Heather Lynch and children Evan, Ethan and Carlie spent last week in Williamsburg, Va.

Returning home on Saturday from a week's cruise of Alaska were Dave McElhaney, Lana Bard, Mark and Rhonda Weller, and Pierce and Shelby Miller.

Hannah McGarvey celebrated her 11th birthday with her family at the Baltimore Aquarium last Thursday.

Michele and Chelsie Horton visited with Jenna Horton in Orlando, Fla., this week.

A joint parish service and the public wereinvited to the St. Paul Lutheran Church on Sunday to dedicate the Stephen Hoover Memorial Door. Special music was by Blessed Friends and a meal was served following the service in the social room. A large congregation attended.

Steve White and Sharon Sanders of the southern Fulton area were married on Saturday, July 4, in the gazebo on the Lee and Sharon Glazier farm below town. They and their friends arrived on Harleys for the ceremony.

Quotable quotes: By being yourself, you put something wonderful in the world that was not there before.

It happened this week; The first all-star baseball game took place at Comiskey Park in Chicago in 1933. Babe Ruth hit a homerun to give the American Legion a 4-2 victory. This year's game took place July 14 at Busch Stadium in St. Louis.

Country shortcuts: Prevent children form walking into a glass door by placing a few stickers on it at their eye level.

Birthday wishes to Betty Everts, July 8; Sherrie Kelso and Nikki Smith, July 15; Doug Ray, 56 on July 16; Carole Mellott, July 18; Myron Stone, July 15; Bill Yocum and Susan Tomlinson, July 16; Rod Kelly, July 17; Nancy Buterbaugh, July 18; Shirley Sample, July 19; Dave Seville, 57 on July 16; Stanton Souders, 15 on July 19; John Johnston, July 19; Jonathan Glenn, July 21; Fred Lynch and Earl Carbaugh, July 12; Verna Gress, July 17; and Selena Strait, 17 on July 11.

Isabelle Miller of Hustontown is home recuperating from a knee replacement in Chambersburg Hospital recently.

Tommy Nesbitt is at home after a few days in Hershey Medical Center with severe internal bleeding.

Dallas Mellott of Belmar, N.J., and friend Ann Protzmann of Ambler, Pa., visited with his parents, Lex and Lindsay Mellott, of Needmore, and brother Bobby over the weekend.

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