2013-04-18 / Correspondents' Notes

Our Town

By Kay

Birthday wishes to Stella Carbaugh, May 12; Margaret Horton, April 11; Avrie and Ellie Harr, 7 on April 5; Tim Gress, April 23; Mariah Truax and Dustin Souders, April 23; Stuart Fletcher, April 19; Tina Gress, April 20; Carol Tebo, April 25; Nacy Cordell and Drew Washabaugh, April 23; Jean Mellott, 92 on April 24; Katie Gordon, April 19; Andrew Washabaugh, April 26; Mary Jane Morton, April 26; Terry Finafrock, April 22; Evan Hoffman, April 25; Tim and Terry Fix, April 24; Beverly Souders, April 26; Kayla Souders, 16 on April 15; and Mary Richards, 95 on April 14.

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church’s annual food and bake sale was a success as usual and a lovely day to have it on Saturday.

Sympathy goes out to the family of Helen “ Honey” Johnston who passed away last week and Audrey Mc- Quait Dulebohn of Chambersburg and formerly of Fulton County.

Pastor Neil and Marie Ray celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in Massachusetts. They were married April 16.

Florence Fix is back in her apartment after a overnight stay in Fulton County Medical Center and Harrisburg Pinaccle Hospital.

Summer activities have started at the Lions Club Park so when travelling in that direction be cautious of folks and little ones crossing the road.

Celebrating wedding an- niversaries are Chris and Christian Hann, 14 on April 25; Jack and Lib Sipes and Mike and Cindy Glessner, April 19; and Bob and Norma Vores, April 20.

Public Opinion female student-athlete of the week was Haley Lashinsky of Forbes Road. Haley is a pitcher/outfielder for the softball team and a sophomore. She is the daughter of Wayne and Patricia Lashinsky. She also plays basketball and has a black belt in tae kwan do.

Public Opinion weekly honor roll student-athlete was Marley Elbin, Southern Fulton soccer.

John and Susan Glazier held their annual Cove Creek fishing rodeo on Saturday, which was a lovely day for trout fishing.

Quotale Quotes: “Stop going with the flow in your life. Start your own river instead.”

It Happened This Week: In 1928, a German Shepherd became the first seeing-eye dog in America. His owner was Moriss Frank.

Country Shortcuts: Kitchen cleanup. Soak dirty dishes in cold water. Hot water will cement the food such as dairy-like milk based sauces and cheese.

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