2009-08-06 / Correspondents' Notes


By Karen Grissinger

Birthday wishes to Cody Myers, Phyllis Metz, Holly Shehan, Dick Rhoades, Ty Myers, Marcie Locke, Razi Grissinger, Kurtis Wible, Macy Armagost, Carol Roher, Dusty Anderson, Andrew Shehan, Robin Anderson, Wilda Drake, Arlene Martin and Joey Fleck.

Anniversary wishes to Dave and Dawn LeBeau, Dan and Amber Reynolds, Joe and JoAnn Benson, Dan and Brenda Williams, Gary and Valerie Mit-chell, Ken and Pam Cornelius, Carl and Mary Frances Jaymes, Bernie and Connie McMath and Merill and Gail Stains.

Get well wishes to John Wain, Dick Rhoades, Dick Wible, Wayne and Mary Mort, Bob Hoffman and Neva Fleming.

Chuck, Polly and Alexis Streightiff visited with Tom and Mamie Streightiff on Sunday afternoon. Later in the evening, they all visited with Steve and Karen Grissinger. Also visiting with the Grissingers this week were Buzz and Bea Covert, Travis Madden, Ramon Martin and Maddison Wible.

Brian, Emily and Micah Ramsey visited with Roger and Pat Ramsey on Thursday evening.

Visiting with Buzz and Bea Covert on Sunday afternoon were Nancy Dillon, daughter Jennifer and husband Ed, granddaughter Gracie, grandson Bryce and Nancy's son, Michael, from Ohio. The group was in our area attending the Wasson reunion at Lake Raystown on Saturday.

Sympathy is extended to the family of Ann Hiles.

A girls' day out in Altoona was recently enjoyed by Tammy, Jayla and Jenny Cantrell, Audrey Varner and Ruth Grissinger. Belated congratulations to Jayla for making the honor roll the last nine weeks. Way to go Jayla!

Future activities at the Clear Ridge community building include a yard sale on >September 4. The ladies and gentlemen will have pies and sandwiches for sale. If you wish to place an order for pies, please call 717-658-7918 and leave message with name, flavor and quantity. The next festival is scheduled for September 17 beginning at 4 p.m. A pie and soup sale is scheduled for October 29.

Terri Grissinger has been busy picking berries. She started with black then red raspberries, onto blackberries and now blueberries. There is definitely some Fraker blood in those veins. Many quality hours were spent picking berries with my Dad when I was younger. Mark and Cherry Hale have also been busy this summer with berry picking.

Three Springs Fire Co. will be hosting a chicken barbecue on August 16 beginning at 11 a. m.

The yard sale at Immanuel Bible Church was a happening place on Saturday. You can tell we definitely live in the country when the directions for Starr Road confused more than one person's GPS system and sent them to a creek crossing not too far from the yard sale. Thanks to everyone who helped and attended the event.

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