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LOST
2 Beagles
Since July 8, 2013
Needmore area
Seen in McCbg.
Last seen in
Big Cove Tannery
female & male
(mother & son)
Both 13”
REWARD
717-387-1844
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
Lori A. Helser
NOTARY
PUBLIC
Titles • Tags
• Registrations
Onsite Registration
• In Transit Tags
• Reconstruction Titles
• ATVs • Snowmobiles
• Boats
OPTIONAL 5 TO 7 DAY
TITLE RETURN
1125 W. Dutch Corner Rd.
McConnellsburg
717-485-5192 or
717-860-6167
St. Stephen
Parish
NEW MASS
SCHEDULE
Beginning
January 30-31
Weekend
Saturday
6 p.m.
Sunday
8:30 a.m.
Confessions:
Sunday
7:45-8:15
Spring Basket
BINGO
Sunday
March 13
Shade Gap Ladies
Auxiliary Building
Doors open at
11:30 a.m.
Bingo at 1 pm
Come for lunch
Advance ticket
purchase receives
free special packet.
Featuring filled
baskets and door prizes
and King Tutt
Donation $25
Benefits
Tuscarora Catholic
Summer Camp
For tickets call
485-5917
CARD
SHOWER
WWII Veteran
Richard L.
Johnson
90 years old
Feb. 8, 2016
335 Wells Valley Rd.
Wells Tannery, PA
16691
FCMC Auxiliary
SOUP & BAKE
SALE
Feb. 12
8-Noon
FCMC Main Lobby
Chicken Corn
Veg. Beef and
Ham & Bean
Call Sally Cover
717-485-4144
to order
$4.50/qt.
Deadline Feb. 5
Hustontown Area
Vol. Fire Co.
SHOOTING
MATCHES
Begins at 1 p.m.
12-16-20 Gauge
1st & 2nd Place Prizes
The volunteer firemen
appreciate any and all
support.
February 6
February 20
March 5
Watch the paper for
additional dates.
Celebrations Unlimited
Party Planning Service
is accepting vendor
applications for its
LADIES DAY OF
PAMPERING
SPA DAY
to be held on
Feb. 20
9-3
To participate as
a vendor
www.celebratewithease.
com
print off application &
mail in
First come,
First-served basis
Questions? Call
717-987-3453
CARD
SHOWER
Betty Anderson
Birthday
Formerly of
New Grenada
Her address is:
2256 Shanks Church
Road
Greencastle, PA
17225
Bt. Cabins Independent
Bible Church
P.O. Box 4
Burnt Cabins, PA
814-259-3459
Pastor Bob Benson
MINI MESSAGE
Psalm 118:8-9 “It is better to
trust in the Lord than to put con-fidence
in man. It is better to
trust in the Lord than to put con-fidence
in princes.”
The political process is in
full swing as the nation seeks
the best candidates for presi-dent.
If experience teaches us
anything, the answer to our na-tion
's problems won't be found
in Washington. The greatest
problems our nation faces are
spiritual and until we turn back
to the principles of the Bible,
which are also the foundation-al
principles of our nation, noth-ing
will change for the better,
but will continue to get worse.
Read the Constitution and the
Bill of Rights and see for your-self!
Men's principles change
with the times. God and His
Word never change! The foun-dation
of our nation is being de-stroyed.
It's time to get back to
basics. It's time to get back to
God!
House For Rent
N. 4th Street
McConnellsburg
2 bdrm, 1 bath,
kitchen, living room,
attached carport,
appliances included,
nice basement
although not
completely finished,
nice location, quiet
section of town, nice
property, includes
water, sewer, & trash,
Not HUD Approved
Call 717-830-0242
ways to keep the family
close-knit.
“I tried to have Christ-mas
parties, but it got too
expensive,” said Shirley
Keena, referencing how
many people were getting
to be in the family. Now, if
they want to get together,
they have to rent a hall.
The five-generation fam-ily
shows no sign of stop-ping
its growth – the 101st
grandchild is expected in
May, around the same time
Shirley and Don Keena will
celebrate their 68th wed-ding
anniversary.
Despite the family
spreading its branches to
different Michigan cities,
California, Colorado and
Texas, the heads of the
Keena clan keep in touch
with the numerous family
members via social media.
Nowadays, Shirley and
Don Keena spend their time
grocery shopping, playing
cards, watching television
and going to bingo games
in Mount Pleasant.
And even though the
couple is fairly independent,
one of the biggest perks of
having a huge family is the
network.
“There’s always some-body
to call,” Shirley Keena
said.
Natural Gas
Income From
PA Forests
Takes Big Fall
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP)
– A drop in natural gas prices
is now also affecting the
state of Pennsylvania’s cof-fers.
The state forests depart-ment
says that lease pay-ments
and royalty income
from natural gas drilling on
state forests dropped by 46
percent. That’s over the first
six months of the current
fiscal year, compared to
the same period a year
earlier.
The department says
royalty and rent income
was $68.3 million in the
July through December
period of 2014. Income
dropped to $36.7 million
over the same six months
in 2015.
The money has been
used in recent years to
both operate and improve
the state-owned parks and
forests, although its diver-sion
to the Department of
Conservation and Natural
Resources is the subject of a
court challenge.
WE ACCEPT
ALL MAJOR
CREDIT CARDS
Salad Becomes
New Class Pet
PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) –
A central New Jersey ele-mentary
school science class
has a new pet after a lizard
was discovered in a stu-dent’s
salad after being re-frigerated
for days.
Riverside Elementary
School science teacher Mark
Eastburn told NJ.com the 3-
inch green anole lizard was
found in a bundle of tatsoi
greens last week by a kinder-gartner.
“It’s a really fitting
mascot for our science lab,”
he said.
The lizard, dubbed
“Green Fruit Loop,” came
from Florida. Eastburn said
green anole lizards live in the
southeastern states, from
Texas to North Carolina.
“It probably has some
moderate adaptation to the
cold which is why it made it
through,” Eastburn said.
The tatsoi had been
bought from Whole Earth
Center, a natural foods store
in Princeton. Mike Atkinson,
the store’s produce manag-er,
said the greens are
cleaned as they’re stocked
and that the lizard must’ve
been tucked away in a leaf.
“I’ve been in produce for 17
or freak out conven-tional
shoppers, but the ma-jority
of organic shoppers re-alize
that produce is grown
on a farm and there’s lots of
bugs and animals that live on
a farm too,” Atkinson said.
Stolen Cheese
Worth
$70,000
Recovered In
Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE (AP) – Po-lice
have recovered about
$70,000 worth of cheese
stolen from a suburban Mil-waukee
trucking company.
Germantown police say
on their Facebook page that
the cheese was found in Mil-waukee
Friday evening. The
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
reports that no one has been
arrested.
A 54-foot long trailer con-taining
the cheese was
stolen early Friday from D
and G Transportation in
Germantown, which is
northwest of Milwaukee.
A semitrailer used to
steal the trailer was recov-ered.
Police said the empty
where in Milwaukee the
stolen cheese was found.
Horse Saved
After Being
Stuck In
Frozen Pond
WILDWOOD, Mo. (AP)
– A horse has been saved af-ter
falling through the ice of a
pond in a St. Louis suburb.
The colt named Kid es-caped
the pond around 7
p.m. Saturday with the help
of firefighters and nonprofit
rescue group MERS Large
Animal Rescue.
Kid had broken through
the fencing of his Wildwood
property before he entered
the freezing water. Rescuers
estimate was in the pond
about 30 minutes before his
owner found him. About 15
firefighters used straps, ropes
and canvas tarp to free the
colt. Metro West Fire Protec-tion
District firefighter Matt
Coppin says Kid was able to
walk feet from the pond but
then collapsed in exhaustion.
MERS gave him warm
fluid and a heat blanket. Kid
was in stable condition two
hours later.
PUBLIC
AUCTION
February 13, 2016
3 p.m.
At Lincoln Way
Auction House
at back entrance of
211 LWE
McConnellsburg
717-485-0055
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