2010-08-12 / Correspondents' Notes

Maddensville

By Karen Grissinger

Birthday wishes to Jody Shimer, Sue Oswald, Emily Greenland, Alexis Fogal, Craig Mitchell, Mike Greenland, Chad Ramsey, Allyson Barnett, Amber Reynolds, Joel Neville, Denny Cutshall, Mike Souders, Mahlon Shimer, Anita Greenland, Helen Redman, Erica Hann and Haley Strait.

Anniversary wishes to James and Veronica Patterson, Philip and Christina Myers, Garry and Sharynn Book, Lanny and Deb Cornelius, Junior and Tammy Anderson, and Edsel and Vicki Hamman.

Get well wishes to Stanley Hall, George Curfman, Donnie Horne, Sharynn Book and Mary Mort.

Our sympathy is extended to the Dominic Centi family of Three Springs.

Bea Covert and Karen, Terri and Tammy Grissinger were in Hagerstown on Monday evening for some shopping. Bea visited with Marcy Locke, who was celebrating a birthday this weekend.

Bea Covert visited with Tasha, Shaine, Kean and Miah Goshorn on Tuesday. Buzz and Bea have been busy digging potatoes.

Open stage will be held at Hustontown Firehall on Saturday, August 28, beginning at 6 p.m. The kitchen will open at 5 p.m. Come out and share your talent.

Congratulations to Justin and Tabitha Williamson on the birth of their daughter, Lyncoln, last Friday. Greatgrandparents are Ron and Judy Anderson.

Steve and Karen Grissinger visited with Ron and Judy Anderson on Sunday evening.

Three Springs Fire Co. will be hosting a chicken barbecue on Sunday, August 15, beginning at 11 a.m.

Dison Myers returned home after spending last week in Pittsburgh visiting with Hilary and Eric Costello and Holly and Aden Forslund.

Walnut Grove senior youth group enjoyed camping over the weekend at Cowans Gap.

Roger and Pat Ramsey visited with Terry and Trudy Fix on Sunday afternoon.

Visiting recently with the Steve and Karen Grissinger family were Dan Jenakovich, Irene Park, Donna Locke, Tom and Mamie Streightiff, Ramon Martin and Maddison Wible.

Rattlesnakes have been moving in for water in our area and are reportedly even getting close to outbuildings and houses. Many people have been telling us of the ones they are seeing from the county line past the Grissinger driveway.

Maddensville folks were enjoying the Huntingdon County Fair on Sunday afternoon. The weather was warm and the food was plentiful. Good luck to all the showmen and auction participants.

The Clear Ridge ladies and gents will be having a yard sale with sandwiches, pie and soup on September 2 and 3. A festival will be held on September 16 with dinners, ice cream and homemade pies.

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