2010-04-22 / Correspondents' Notes

Hustontown

By Kate Berkstresser

The weekend was beautiful, except the temperatures were a little cool. The first trees are really in full bloom.

A nice crowd attended the sale at Aughwick Auction on Saturday, with items from the McConnellsburg Inn sold.

Sorry to hear Simon Mellott had the misfortune of a tractor accident last week. Hope he will be recovered soon.

Herbert Berkstresser is doing well after having cornea transplants.

Craig Knepepr was welcomed guest speaker at Knobsville United Methodist Church and Fairview United Methodist Church on Sunday while Pastor Bill and Joan were on vacation.

We hear a nice crowd attended the pancake and sausage supper at Knobburg, United Methodist Church on Saturday.

Fairview United Methodist Church will hold a chicken barbecue on Saturday evening, May 15, at 4:00 p.m.

Visitors in he home of Grace Heefner last week were Gwendolyn Aurand and Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Valentine of McVeytown.

We hear Earl McDaid is a patient at Fulton County Medical Center. Hope he will be able to return home soon.

The folks of Clear Ridge United Methodist Church will hold a two-day food and yard sale at their community building on Friday and Saturday, May 7 and 8, at 8:00 a.m. Soup, sandwiches and pies will be for sale.

Happy birthday wishes to Jeff McQuait on April 23; Nelson Walker, April 30; and belated happy anniversary wishes to Peter and Judith Rusack on April 17.

If you are not registered to vote it would be good to do so as the primary election is coming up in a couple weeks.

Household hint: Know your paint brushes. Synthetic vs. natural bristle brushes. The next time you shop for paint brushes, remember that synthetic bristles of nylon or polyester are best choice for latex paint. The water in this paint will degrade the bristles in natural bristle brushes which are intended for oil paint.

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