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Needmore area
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Last seen in
Big Cove Tannery
female & male
(mother & son)
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Fraker's Vacuum Cleaner
& Sewing Sales
Ft. Littleton, PA
987-3354 • 987-3862
Have an over.ow of
company coming?
We are an
alternative to a
motel.
The Guest House
at
Sheep Ridge
Farm
Give us a call
717-485-4902
Owners:
Loy & Linda Garber
794 Peach Orchard Rd.
P.O. Box 132
McConnellsburg, PA
17233
Email: garberlinda@
hotmail.com
Alcoholics
Anonymous
Every Monday morning
at 11 a.m.
(even holidays)
in the Pearl Room
2nd floor of Fulton
County Medical Center
This is an open
meeting that anyone
can attend.
Hope to see you there.
It can make a
difference in your life.
R&D
Recycling
Mon, Wed, Fri 9-4;
Sat 9-1
987-3884 or
860-6718
Best Holiday
Wishes
We will be
closed Dec. 24,
26, 27 and 31 12-11-3t
Taylor Township
Tax Office
of
Patricia S. Hann
will be closed on
December 25
&
will be open
December 26
6 - 8 pm
FREE
Freedom
From
Smoking
Class
Beginning
Jan 8 at
FCMC
Call 485-3155
Ext. 6231
. .
MOM AND DAD
HOMECARE
Care that comes
from the heart!
Mom cooks
Dad does the
nursing
Reasonable Rates
References Available
717-573-4006
. .
Happy
30th
Birthday
wishes to
HEATHER
MARIE
SHORE
on December 23
Love,
Mom & Dad
OPEN
STAGE
Hustontown Area
Vol. Fire Co.
Saturday
December 27
Begins 6 p.m.
Kitchen opens 5 p.m.
Everyone welcome to
come and share their
talent or just enjoy the
talent of others.
Admission is free
Merry Christmas to
everyone from the
Volunteer Firemen and
the Ladies Auxiliary
Shooting
Match
Hustontown Area
Vol. Fire Co.
New Year's Day
THURSDAY
January 1, 2015
Begins 1 p.m.
12-16-20 gauge
shells furnished
Special round will
be held for a hog
Come out and test
your skill
1st & 2nd Place
Prizes
Have a Happy &
Healthy New Year!
Bt. Cabins Independent
Bible Church
P.O. Box 4
Burnt Cabins, PA
814-259-3459
Pastor Bob Benson
MINI MESSAGE
Luke 2:10-11 “And the an-gel
said unto them, Fear not:
for, behold, I bring you good
tidings of great joy, which shall
be to all people. For unto you
is born this day in the city of
David a Saviour, which is Christ
the Lord.”
This familiar passage re-minds
us of the true meaning
of the Christmas holiday. God
sent His Son Jesus Christ into
this world to be the Saviour of
mankind. It's a message of joy
and one that removes fear from
our lives. Salvation through faith
in Jesus' sacrifice on the cross
not only provides us a home in
heaven, eliminating the fear of
what comes after death, but it
also provides peace in our lives
as we serve the Lord. Have
you received the greatest gift
ever - that of eternal life? Be-lieve
on the Lord Jesus Christ,
and thou shalt be saved!
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ENTIRE
PURCHASE
THE YANKEE
MERCANTILE
15856 Great Cove Road
McConnellsburg PA
(Approx 5 miles south of
town on Route 522 south)
Holiday Hours
Mon-SAT
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday 12 Noon-4 p.m.
CLOSED CHRISTMAS
DAY AND
NEW YEAR'S DAY
717-485-5200
(consignment items not
included in promotion)
Merry
Christmas
to
Hensley Family
Weller Family
Kokoszka Family
Love,
Grandma Margaret
Lost
on Dutch Corner
Road
since Saturday
Dec. 20, 2014
Any information
717-485-5722
year is when the Consumer
Electronics Show unveils the
newest technology. As people
upgrade to new models and
systems, last year’s merchan-dise
is put on sale. Sports
fans also may want to up-grade
the size of their televi-sions
now so come February
they can watch the Super
Bowl in style.
 Jewelry: January is slow
for jewelry retailers, and that
lull can be advantageous to
buyers shopping in January.
Splurge on jewelry now be-fore
prices spike for Valen-tine’s
Day.
Bargain hunting con-sumers
may want to brave
the winter weather and shop
till they drop this January,
when retailers may be look-ing
to unload inventory as
they prepare for the spring
shopping season.
Thursday charged Timo-thy
Foster and business-man
Jay Findling with con-spiracy
to commit wire
fraud and 65-year-old Fos-ter
with making false
statements.
They face up to 5 years
in prison and a $250,000
fine on each count and are
required to pay restitution
to Rite Aid. The Camp Hill,
Pennsylvania company
says it’s pleased with the
outcome.
The 54-year-old Findling
must forfeiture $11.6 mil-lion
to the government.
Prosecutors say Foster
used Findling’s company
as a front to sell surplus in-ventory
to third parties at
higher prices and that they
pocketed the difference.
Their lawyers didn’t im-mediately
comment.
contains.
Kansas City's Red Kettle
Campaign began Nov. 7 and
is currently running about
$50,000 behind where it was
a year ago.
Carroll says he at first con-sidered
the donation to be
gross, but now thinks it's a
nice gesture. He worries that
the donation might have
been unintentional and he is
temporarily hanging onto
the tooth in case someone
claims it.
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