2013-04-11 / Correspondents' Notes

Our Town

By Kay
McGarvey

Birthday wishes to Malachi Gress, April 15; Sally Gress, 81 on April 17; Sally Sowers,

April 17;

Joseph Beidler, April 15;

April Hawbaker and Clyde Hull, April 16; Lois Linke, Randy Seville and Marsha Ray, April 16; Darlene Snyder, April 17; Wayne Crouse, April 13; Rodney Peck, 14 on April 16; Kayla Hollenshead, April 15; Herman Hann, April 17; Doug Seiders, April 12; Polly Richards, April 18; Ralph Mellott, April 16; Jen Knepper, April 8; and Beverly Cisney, April 10.

McConnellsburg High School performed its annual muscial, which this year was “Willy Wonka,” last week. The MHS SADD sponsored a spaghetti dinner on Saturday evening.

Mushroom season is upon us. Some folks have special places to hunt them each year.

This Saturday, April 13, trout season will open in Fulton County. Good luck to all of the fishermen.

Fred and Violet Culler will observe their 50th wedding anniversary April 12 while visiting with their daughter and family in Connecticut.

Congratulations to Southern Fulton junior Macey Hollenshead who was selected to the All-State team (Class A second team). She played point guard for the Indian girls basketball team.

Public Opinion weekly honor roll student-athlete was Haley Lashinsky, Forbes Road softball.

Sideling Hill Christian Church will hold its revival services Thursday through Sunday. Rev. Delmas Bard will be the speaker.

North End Garden Club visited Spring Haven Nursery and Lergen’s Greenhouse on Monday.

The temperatures this week are to reach the 80s. Summer is around the corner.

Destiny Devlin, a young child who is a patient in Hershey Medical Center, would enjoy cards. Her address is Hershey Medical Center, Children’s Hospital, Room 3106, 500 University Drive, Hershey, PA 17033. Please keep her in your prayers.

Quotable Quotes: “Make yourself necessary to someone.”

It Happened This Week: More than 74,000 fans saw Babe Ruth hit the game-winning, three-run homer when Yankee Stadium opened in 1923.

Country Shortcuts: Keep the cardboard pieces that light bulbs come in – folded flat. They are perfect for protecting photos in the mail.

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