2011-09-29 / Correspondents' Notes

Maddensville

By Karen Grissinger

Birthday wishes to Ashlynn Gearhart, Bill Livezey, Doug Schunk, Janet Brown, Travis Cornelius, Dana Smith and Madison Hoover.

Anniversary wishes to

Adam and

Becki Berry,

Stan and

Julie Roher,

Fred and Tammy McKnight, and Ron and Judy Anderson.

Get well wishes to Shirley Ramsey, Homer Ansel, Marcie Locke, Lynn Knepper and Dick Rhoades.

Jim, Lori, Brenden, Holden and Camden Lupey visited with Andy, Kara and Laetten Park on Sunday afternoon.

Gordon and Donna Locke and Joy visited with Irene Park at Meadowview Manor last week.

Lynn Knepper celebrated his 56th birthday on Saturday evening with a party hosted by his family. The weather was perfect for an outdoor gathering.

Jessie Rhoades, Susie Schmidt, Sharon Horne and Pat Ramsey spent last week in South Carolina. They visited with relatives of Jessie’s in the area and enjoyed some shopping, relaxing and a quick trip to Myrtle Beach before heading home.

Angel Wings will be sponsoring its third Annual Fall and Christmas Bazaar at the Orbisonia Lions building on Oct 29 and 30. Proceeds from this event will be used to replenish the general fund for possible winter need requests. Vendors should contact Deb Snyder at 814-599- 8687 before Oct 20 to reserve a spot.

Graduates from the Southern Huntingdon County Class of 1983 enjoyed an annual get-together at Ruth Grissinger’s home on Saturday evening. Classmates and guests attending were Terry and Tangela Gibbons, Herb and Patricia Eaton, Tom and Tammy Knepper, Tim Snyder, Nin Hiles, Danny Shoop, Frank Robinson, Tammy Cantrell, Donnie and LeighAnn McAllen, Dodie Price, Lori and Drew Yocum, and Rena Anderson.

Buzz and Bea Covert were traveling with two Bollman Charter buses last week to Branson, Mo., where they enjoyed many shows and activities.

Immanuel Bible Church will hold its annual hay ride on October 9 beginning at 4 p.m. followed by a bean soup and covered-dish dinner. The rain date for this event is October 16.

The Southern Huntingdon Lions defeated the Fulton County Cowboys 14-0 on Saturday at the Southern Huntingdon High School. Although we’re prejudice, we’re pretty sure Kolton Gaff had some great plays; way to go, Kolton!

Visiting recently with the Steve Grissinger family were Gordon and Donna Locke, Tom, Mamie and Tim Streightiff, Ramon Martin, and Jim, Lori, Brenden, Holden and Camden Lupey.

Three Springs Volunteer Fire Co. will host a turkey dinner on Sunday, October 2, beginning at 11 a.m.

Zumba Fitness classes will be held at the Saltillo Gym on October 1 and 8 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Good luck to the archery hunters on Saturday.

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