2012-03-08 / Correspondents' Notes

Maddensville

By Karen Grissinger

Pesticide update meetings will be held March 21 at Forbes Road High School and March 22 at Southern Fulton High School from 7 to 9 p.m.

Belated birthday wishes to Tom Streightiff, Chuck Streightiff, Tawnya Hall, Jason Anderson, Caleb Taylor, Jeremy Hamman, Jen Harry, Darron Grissinger, Amanda Locke, Rita Sipes, Boyd Cromer and Penny Brown.

Birthday wishes this week to Brendon Gearhart, Alice Clark, Julie Anne Knepper, Tonia Anderson, Linda Livezey, Gail Greenland, Troy Swope Jr., Payton Watkins and Paul Schmidt.

Anniversary wishes to Lyle and Thelma Reed.

Get well wishes to Jenn Jenkins, Alton Madden, Darlene Spidle, Angela Hamman Cook, Eloise Swope, Nina Roher, Bob Hoffman and Lynn Knepper.

Someone in Maddensville has found a rather large, male, stray dog that is a black and brown mixed breed. It looks a bit like the Grissinger’s “Molly” but is not nearly as heavy as Molly. And in defense of Molly’s size, we like to say it is her breed to be muscular, the Greater Swiss Mountain portion of her; and Molly is also better looking. If you are missing this dog, please stop by Maddensville, someone will point you in the right direction.

Congratulations to Cory and Lindsey Hale Hall on the birth of their son, Noah August, on Saturday, February 25. Noah has a big brother Cohen just waiting for him to get big enough to play.

Get well wishes to Holden Lupey who fell over the weekend and broke his arm near his shoulder.

Enjoying lunch on Sunday at T&T’s Restaurant were Ruth Grissinger, Nora Gris- singer, Jane Brown, Fred and Sue Fleming, and Barry Stains.

Betty and Kay Ramsey and Tonya Hileman attended the Penn State Lady Lions Pink Zone game last Sunday afternoon.

Congratulations to Cody Myers on placing fourth in the NCAA Division II Regional Tournament last weekend in Pembroke, N.C. Cody is the son of Joe and Melanie Myers.

Ronnie Horne visited with Roger and Pat Ramsey last Sunday evening.

Donna Locke visited with Eloise Swope and Irene Park last Saturday afternoon.

Chad Ramsey, and Brian, Emily, Micah and Adelyn Ramsey had lunch with Roger and Pat Ramsey on Sunday.

Walnut Grove Women’s Prayer Breakfast travelled to the Golden Corral restaurant in Hagerstown on Saturday for breakfast, followed with some shopping.

Recent visitors with Ruth Grissinger were Dodie Price and Tammy Cantrell.

Congratulations to Clay Cantrell on his graduation from Fort Benning, Ga., last week. A big welcome back home goes to Jayla, Jenny and Cole Cantrell from your traveling adventure to see Clay. We are all so very proud of you, Clay!

Last Saturday, Tom and Mamie Streightiff visited with Sue Hall and Gene, Nancy and Travis Cornelius. We are happy to report that Travis got a good report at his last doctor’s visit.

Pat Ramsey and Karen Grissinger traveled to Juniata Crossings on Saturday just west of Breezewood. In the 1800s, the store was a stagecoach stop, now it is a gift shop featuring many creative ideas.

Buzz and Bea Covert recently visited with Andy, Tasha, Shaine, Kean and Miah Goshorn.

George and Heather Locke visited with Irene Park on Friday.

Chuck McClanahan will conduct revival services at Walnut Grove Church of God from April 1 to 4.

Recent visitors with Steve and Karen Grissinger and family were Tawnya Hall, Brent Carlson, Gordon and Donna Locke, Mike, Patty, Chris and Kevin Pintozzi, Tom and Mamie Streightif, Buzz and Bea Covert, and Ramon and Tammy Martin.

Orbisonia United Methodist Church will host an allyou can-eat Saturday breakfast at the Outreach Center from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. They will be serving sausage gravy and biscuits, home fries, pancakes, sau- sage, scrambled eggs, toast, coffee and juice.

Orbisonia United Methodist Church will host a free Lenton soup dinner on Wednesday evenings at 6 p.m., followed by a message regarding the Lenton season at 6:45 p.m. All are welcome to attend.

Orbisonia United Methodist Church will also host Saturday night checkers games beginning at 5:30 p.m. Held the last Saturday of each month, this activity is open to the public.

Shade Gap Volunteer Fire Co. has begun its annual hoagie sales. The price is $4.50. Please call to place large orders or stop in and pick up a few for dinner. If you would like to donate your time to help or deliver, please contact a member of the fire company.

Three Springs Fire Co. will have a chicken gravy and waffles dinner on Sunday, March 18, beginning at 11 a.m.

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