2009-07-23 / Correspondents' Notes


By Karen Grissinger

Birthday wishes to Peg Miller, Caleb Gahagan, Ralph Brown, Lucas Johnson, Cathy Barnett, Joe Ely, Nathaniel Sheeder, Kendra Semple, Audrey Cutchall, Chad Weist, Aaron Snyder and Leonard Bingaman.

Anniversary wishes to Greg and Cindy Edgin.

Get well wishes to Dick Rhoades, Faye Appleby, Wade Patterson, Jim and Carolyn Mills, Wayne and Mary Mort, George Cook, and Neva Fleming.

Special get well wishes and prayers go out to Dick Wible, who recently had surgery.

Happy 90th birthday wishes to Eloise Swope. A card shower is being hosted in her honor. Her address is 23110 Maddensville Pike, Orbisonia, PA 17243.

An 80th birthday is being celebrated by Grover Mellott of Mc- Connellsburg. Grover married a Maddensville girl, Dorothy Grissinger. His address is 524 Mt. Ayr Farm Lane, 17233.

Our sympathy is extended to the families of William "Bill" Miller and Gladys Ramsey.

Shaine Goshorn, son of Andy and Tasha Goshorn, hit a homerun way, way over the fence this weekend at a tournament at Juniata Valley.

Shaine and Kean Goshorn spent Monday visiting with Aunt Bea Covert.

On Saturday evening, Tom and Mamie Streightiff visited with Dave, Cheryl and Elaina Hummel of Huntingdon. Later in the evening, they visited with Kenny and Kristi Watkins and Chuck and Polly Streightiff at the Watkin's home.

Congratulations to Brian and Emily Ramsey on the birth of their son, Micah Allen Banks Ramsey, born on Saturday, July 18, at the Carlisle Hospital. Maddensville grandparents are Roger and Pat Ramsey, and we can't forget Uncle Chad Ramsey.

Visitors in the home of Steve, Karen, Terri and Tammy Grissinger this week were Amanda Yocum, Donnie Horne, Travis Madden, Angie Roher, Tom Streightiff, Brent and Becca Carlson, Buzz and Bea Covert, and Donna Locke with her husband, who didn't want his name in the paper. Sorry, Gordon, it was too easy.

Toryn, Cameron and Brayden Locke are visiting with Gordon and Donna Locke this week and attending Bible School at Immanuel Bible Church.

Twelve families are having a yard sale at Immanuel Bible Church on August 1 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the open pavilion. Their will be lots of items, food and bargains.

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