2009-11-05 / Correspondents' Notes

Hustontown

By Kate Berkstresser

The weekend presented us with beautiful weather and also the trees have been beautiful.

Our sympathy is extended to the family and relatives of Frank Martz, who passed away last week.

A nice crowd attended the fellowship

meal and evening of fellowship with the district superintendent, Tim Baer, at Knobs-ville United Methodist Church on Sunday evening.

Happy birthday wishes to Becky Cutchall, November 4; Desaree Gress, November 7; Marilyn Dunkle, November 10; and Pat Berkstresser, November 11.

By this time the election will be over. Hope all did their duty and voted and the person you chose was elected.

John Graeber of North Carolina is spending a few days with the Steve Thomas family and enjoying some hunting.

Betty Malot has gotten moved into her new house. She only moved across the road, but she will be voting in another township. We are very happy for her and hope she enjoys her new home.

To our discouragement those gas prices are on the rise again. So, I’m sure lots of folks will only doing necessary trips.

Speedy recovery wishes to Judith Rusack, who had some surgery on her arm.

Glad to report Mary Ann Hykes was able to return home after spending a few days in Waynesboro Hospital. Wishes are sent to her for a full recovery.

Household hint: Your breakfast will keep away late morning hunger pains if it contains plenty of protein. Maintain your body’s blood sugar at a high level, eat eggs, cheeses and yogurt instead of danishes and pastries.

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