Birthday wishes to Michele Horton, May 21; Jeremy McGarvey, May 22; John Rasp, May 22; Annabelle Mellott, May 24; Hillary Chestnut, May 25; Robert Bingaman, May 16; Dearl Lemley, May 21;
“Kate” Snyder, May 19.
Don’t forget the all-day Medical Center Auxiliary’s pizz fundriaser Friday, May 18 at Lincoln Way Pizza.
Myreta Elvey, Lynn Lanehart and Barbara Weller vacationed in Savannah, Ga., last week visiting Paula Dean’s restaurant, Fort Pulaski and Tybee Island.
The congregation at Mc- Connellsburg Methodist Church enjoyed the music on Sunday morning of the trio “Mercy’s Well.”
Southern Fulton’s prom was held Saturday night at The Orchards in Chambersburg. The theme was “A Night On The Town.” Crowned king and queen were Seth Hall and Whitney Ritz.
Dick and Stella Mellott observed their 68th wedding anniversary May 13.
Marie McQuade Richards had shoulder surgery in Chambersburg last week.
Gail Hann Horton of Georgia enjoyed lunch with some of her former classmates last Tuesday.
A 83rd birthday party was held for Grant Souders recently in the home of his granddaughter, Jodi Davis, of town. Lots of good food and family fellowship were enjoyed. A good time was had by all.
Kathleen O’Connor enjoyed a Mother’s Day dinner with her three daughters and families in Frederick, Md.
Ondraya Waite, daughter of Chris and Ricky Waite, had a third birthday recently. The theme of the party was a Hawaiian luau.
Cassidy Pittman, daughter of Jeff Pittman and Tammy Barnes, graduated on Saturday from IUP. Attending the graduation, in addition to her parents, were her grandparents, Jim and Stella Pittman and Edgar and Harriett Keefer, and sister Jeanette and her stepfather, James, and Isaiah and Kristin Foster.
The Night of the Opry for Relay For Life had a full house and lots of good country music on Saturday night.
Hershey track and field meet was held Saturday at McConnellsburg High School track.
Quotable Quotes: Great opportunities to help others seldom come, but small ones surround us every day.
It Happened This Week: The Beatles’ “ Ticket To Ride” was number one in 1965.
Country Shortcuts: Place a piece of colored tape at eye level on a glass door to pro- tect toddlers from walking into the door when it is closed.