2012-05-03 / Correspondents' Notes

Our Town

By Kay McGarvey

Birthday wishes to Troy

Yaukey, May

10; Mack

Bishop, May

11; Nikole

Gelvin, May 6; Trudy Gelvin, May 5; Rheon Gelvin, May 8; Harper Cline, May 11; Justin Rasp, May 11; Janet Hann, May 11; Chad Lininger, April 29; Viki Bogetti, May 7; Randy and Rodney Waters, May 8; Reuben Hann and Harlan Deshong, May 5; Jason Harmon, 45, on May 5; Dennis Richards, May 11; Dinah Chamberlain, May 8; and Elijah Poe, May 9.

Public Opinion weekly honor roll student-athlete was Evan Appleby, Mc- Connellsburg baseball.

Rena Ott’s country home was busy with turkey hunters over the weekend. Saturday was the first day of turkey season.

McConnellsburg Methodist Church held the spring fling and auction on Saturday which was a success.

Mindy Pittman Starliper of Needmore is home recuperating after having emergency surgery in Chambersburg Hospital Friday.

Sympathy to the family of Sandy Rouzer who passed away over the weekend. Also to the families of Florence Heman, Donald Duncan and to the the families of Elijah Goldy and Kaylyn Moore on the recent loss of their infant son, Elias.

Fulton County Chamber of Commerce held its annual spring fever golf tourna- ment on Friday at Great Cove.

Cathy Richards’ private piano lesson students performed a piano recital at the McConnellsburg United Methodist Church last Friday evening.

Hannah and Tobias Mc- Garvey enjoyed rollerskating with their cousin, Lydia Truax and friends at Roxbury Skating Rink Saturday.

Visiting with Alma and Wilbert Anderson of Meyers Avenue last week were Alma’s brother and sister and a friend from the Pittsburgh area.

Quotable Quotes: There is no such thing in anyone’s life as an unimportant day.

It Happened This Week: Navy commander Alan B. Shepard Jr., became the first American in space in 1961. His words after the 15-minute flight “Boy what a ride.”

Country Shortcuts: Remove grass and mud stains: before washing a grassstained cotton or denim garment, apply rubbing alcohol to the mark then soak in hot water to safely dissolve stains.

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