2013-06-06 / Correspondents' Notes

Our Town

By Kay

Out-of-town family attending a 90th birthday celebration for Maggie Riggs Friday and Saturday at daughter Lindsay and son-in-law Lex Mellott’s home near Needmore were son Bobby Riggs, wife Colette and daughter Katie, New Orleans, La.; granddaughter Allyson Riggs, Portland, Ore., and friend Rory Smith, New York City; sister Elizabeth “Betsey” Holland, Ocean City, N.J.; niece Meg Holland and husband Jim Coll, Mays Landing, N.J.; niece Jan Holland and husband David Hayes, Kippen, Scotland, UK; and grandson Dallas Mellott and wife Ann, East Norriton, Pa.

Birthday wishes to Denny Seville, June 10; Eric Souders, June 12; Gabrielle McGarvey, 20 on June 14; Dora Lynch, June 12; Linda Deshong, June 13; David Glenn, June 12; Ray Pittman, June 12; Steve “Smoke” Mellott, June 10; Pete Rasp, 87 on June 12; Alma Kinzie, June 3; Nancy Hendershot, June 13; Mike Glessner Sr., June 1; Vickie Gordon, June 6; and Dennis Fox, June 12.

Congratulations to all the graduates of the county and good luck in the future.

Don’t forget the Strawberry Festival June 14 and 15.

Wedding anniversary wishes to Morris and Charlotte Crouse, 54 years on June 12; Harold and Ann Peck, 59 years on May 29; Marvin and Hazel Sipe, 59 years on June 5; Don and Kathy McClure, 26 years on May 30; and Denny and Ann Seville, 13 years on June 10.

Congratulations to John and Rachael McGarvey of Chambersburg on the birth of their first child, a son, Micah Matthew, on Thursday, May 30, in Chambersburg Hospital.

Sharon Glazier and grandson Conrad attended the high school graduation of Sharon’s granddaughter, Brittany, in Boston and visited a few days with her daughter and family.

Susan, Danny, Tammy and Jaycee Moody attended the wedding of Susan’s granddaughter on Saturday in Somerset.

Pastor Neil Ray of Mt. Zion Lutheran Church spoke at their homecoming on Sunday. He recognized the longtime church members and graduates. The music was by the Fellowship Quartet and a lunch followed the service.

Quotable Quotes: “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lives within us.”

It Happened This Week: Little League was changed forever when girls were allowed to play Little League baseball for the first time in 1974.

Country Shortcuts: Extra flavor from your grill: To add fragrance to grilled food, soak sprigs of fresh herbs in water five minutes. Then place on the hot coals or in a foil pan below the cooking grate of the grill.

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