2010-10-28 / Correspondents' Notes

Hustontown

By Kate Berkstresser

Hope everyone is out enjoying this beautiful fall season and all the beauty the Master has given us. We are still in need of some rain.

A large crowd attended the Sideling Hill Parish conference on Sunday evening at the Cito United Methodist Church.

Happy birthday wishes to Robert Chesnut on October 22; Kyle Schoen on October 25 and also Mark Weller on October 25; Heidi DeShong, October 26; Dick Cutchall, October 27; and Joanna Stevens on October 28.

Happy anniversary to Clair and Dorothy Miller.

I hear that Friday night will be trick-or-treating night in Hustontown.

We send recovery wishes to Lois McGowan who we hear isn’t doing real well. Also we send get well wishes to John Gallaher.

We send speedy recovery wishes to Patsy Gelvin who had some eye surgery.

John Graeber of North Carolina was visiting in Wells Tannery recently.

Hustontown Area Volunteer Fire Co. will sponsor a shooting match on Saturday, October 30, beginning at 1:00 p.m. Twelve-, 16- and 20- gauge shells will e furnished and first- and second-place prizes will be awarded.

The fire company will sponsor shooting matches each Saturday in November beginning at 1:00 p.m. with shells furnished and prizes awarded.

Mark your calendars for November 27 for an open stage at the firehall at 6:00 p.m. The kitchen pens at 5:00 p.m. Admission is free. Everyone is welcome to attend and share their talent or just enjoy the talent of others.

Household hint: Where you choose to store textile treasures will make a big difference in how long they last. Several things that should never directly contact your textiles are wood, cardboard, plastic and colored gift wrap paper. It is better to store in cloth pillowcases or wrap in cloth.

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