Richard and Pam Glenn will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary on May 1.
Sympathy goes out to the family of Rudy Vores, who passed away last Tuesday, and the family of Allen “Cap” Souders, who passed away on Friday.
Birthday wishes go out to Jodi Hann, April 29; Danielle McGarvey Wagner, May 1; Jessa Gordon, May 1; Leroy Sheeder and Tom Howells, May 3; Tom Christian, May 3; Bob Appleby and Beverly Spriggs, May 4; Tessa Bivens and Trudy Gelvin, May 5; Jason Harmon, 44 years old on May 5; Ondraya Waite, 2 years old on May 4; and Starr Gallagher, May 5.
Public Opinion male student athlete of the week was McConnellsburg’s Seth Seville, who pitches for the Spartans and is also a designated hitter. Seth is a senior and likes to fish and hunt. He is the son of Harold and Emma Seville. He was on the mound for McConnellsburg when the Spartans beat Everett the first time since 1999.
Twins Tim and Terry Fix and their families celebrated their 48th birthday on Sunday, April 24, at their mother Florence Fix’s with pizza and dessert.
Public Opinion weekly honor roll student-athletes were Lucas Banks, Mc- Connellsburg, and Macey Hollenshead, Southern Fulton track and field; Cody Cline, Forbes Road baseball; Callie Horton and Kelsey White, Southern Fulton softball; and Gabby Danner, Mc- Connellsburg softball.
The descendants of the late Virgil and Margaret Pittman held their annual Easter dinner on Sunday in the Edenville Community Center.
Visiting with Jamie Greathead over the weekend and having an Easter meal on Saturday were his daughters, Bronwyn and Tom Cullen and children Lucy and Tommy and Megan and children Audrey and Ava.
The service on Good Friday at the Presbyterian Church was very enjoyable. The messages given by the speakers were great and also the entertainment.
Jack and Ruby Fields recently visited with their son, Rex and wife and family in Philadelphia and enjoyed a shopping day in the city.
Quotable Quotes: “A smile is a curve that sets everything straight.”
It Happened This Week: A 21-year- old singer named Elvis Presey made his Las Vegas debute to poor reviews in 1956. He wouldn’t return to the Las Vegas stage for 13 years.
Country Shortcuts: Stinky microwave? Put two tea bags in a mug filled with water and zap for 30 seconds to absorb bad odors.