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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
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
Log Cabin
Primitives
Will reopen Friday,
March 27!
New decorative items,
CLOSEOUT on our
Own Homemade Tarts
(While Supplies Last)
Details in store and on our
Facebook page
7 miles north of
McConnellsburg
Watch for signs!
599 Log Cabin Road
McConnellsburg, PA 17233
(717) 987-3617
logcabinprimitives@
yahoo.com
Hours
Friday 10 - 4
Saturday 10 - 2
CLOSED SUNDAY
Additional Hours
By Appointment
Web store opening soon:
http://squareup.com/
market/log-cabin-primitives
Today is your first birth-day
in heaven above, son
Our blessing we send on
the wings of a dove
Not just for today but
every day hereof
We think of you always
With all of our love!
By Toni Kane
Happy 28th birthday,
Chad!
Hugs and kisses
Always loved,
forever missed
and never forgotten,
Mom and Dad
(Author Unknown)
Dot Gehr and family
Penn State
Boosts Room
And Board Fees
HERSHEY, Pa. (AP) –
Penn State students will be
paying about 3.9 percent
more next year for room and
board, despite objections
from an aide to Gov. Wolf.
The university’s trustees
voted Friday for higher rates
that would increase the aver-age
cost for standard double
room and most common
meal plan by nearly $200 to
$5,075 per semester.
Officials say the jump is
being driven by higher food
and utility costs, payroll de-mands
and other expenses.
Wolf’s policy secretary,
John Hanger, says the gover-nor
doesn’t support increas-es
above the rate of inflation.
Hanger represents the gover-nor
as a nonvoting member
of the board.
GROCERY
AUCTION
Needmore Vol.
Fire Co. Friday
April 3
Auction starts at
5:30 p.m.
THANKS
A special thank-you
to Kevin Richards and
All Things Automotive
for their generousity
in allowing vendors to
set up on their lot dur-ing
the summer
months.
This has provided
many people in the
community a form of
weekly entertainment
and much-needed in-come
for some sen-iors
who benefit from
additional income.
Thank you again for
your generousity.
Vendors of
past years.
JEWELRY
SALE
held by
UPMC Bedford
Memorial Auxiliary
7 a.m. til 5 p.m.
APRIL 9 & 10
in the Bedford
Memorial
Hospital lobby.
All items will be
priced at $5.
R&D Recycling
27438 Great Cove Rd.
McConnellsburg
717-987-3884
or
860-6718
SPRING
CLEANING?
Give us a call to
see what your
clutter is worth.
We take all types
of metals &
insulated wire.
Hours: Mon, Wed,
Fri, 9-4; Sat 9-1
Closed Tues & Thurs
Classic Edge
Nail Studio
786 Buchanan Trail
McConnellsburg
Tanning now
available
717-830-3812
Prom tanning
special
$45/month
unlimited.
EADER'S BUTCHER SHOP
Timber Ridge Rd.
Call 717-294-3954
or 717-404-7081
SPECIALS
Pork Chops.............$324
lb.
Delmonico
Steak ......................$824
lb.
Easter Bunny will be here
on Saturday, March 28
1 til 4 p.m
Come get a photo w/the
Easter Bunny
Hours: 9-5 Mon.-Sat.
www.eadersbutchershop.net
OPEN
STAGE
Hustontown Vol.
Fire Co.
Saturday
MARCH 28
Begins 6 p.m.
Kitchen opens 5 p.m.
Come and share
your talent or
just enjoy the talent
of others.
Free Admission
The volunteer
firemen appreciate
your continued
support.
Paws for Hope
Thrift Store
EASTER EVENT
April 4 – 2 children's
Easter Egg Hunts
10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Every egg a prize and
grand prizes.
Adult Egg Hunt 12:00
3 golden eggs hidden
inside the store. Prizes
$50 cash per egg.
One per household.
Adults only.
CC Concessions on
site. Sales throughout
store including doggie
dollar days.
M-F 9-5, Sat. 9-4
232 LWW
McConnellsburg
717-377-7860
Bt. Cabins Independent
Bible Church
P.O. Box 4
Burnt Cabins, PA
814-259-3459
Pastor Bob Benson
MINI MESSAGE
Matt. 21:10-11 “And when
he was come into Jerusalem,
all the city was moved, say-ing,
Who is this? And the mul-titude
said, This is Jesus the
prophet of Nazareth of
Galilee.”
How would you answer
the question “Who is this?”
as it refers to Jesus Christ?
Though people often give
conflicting answers, the Bible
is very clear as to who Jesus
is. He is the only begotten
Son of God. He is the Alpha
and Omega, the beginning
and the end. He is the Creator
and Sustainer of this world.
He is the Lamb of God which
taketh away the sin of the
world. Jesus is the way, the
truth and the life and the only
one in which to trust for sal-vation.
How do you answer
the question of who Jesus is?
Where you spend eternity
rests on your answer!
CHICKEN
BARBECUE
Sunday
April 26
St. Mary's Catholic
Church Hall
Shade Gap, PA
(along Rt. 522 across from the
covered bridge)
11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Eat In or Take Out
Full Dinner $9
Halves/roll only - $7
Advance tickets preferred
Contact Linda McMath
814-259-3147
Delivery to St. Stephen's,
McConnellsburg, is
available.
Contact Sr. Margie for
tickets and delivery
requests.
717-485-5917
CARD
SHOWER
for
Fred & Dorothy
Wible
Box 7
Waterfall, PA 16689
Happy
68th
Anniversary
on March 29, 2015
Pineloft
Landscape
and
Garden
Center
1814 Iron Bridge Rd.
Hustontown
Premium Seed
Potatoes for 2015
Available Now!
Preorder 50 lb. bags now
Superior $17.50
Yukon Gold $17.50
Katahdin $17.50
Red Norland $17.50
Red Pontiac $17.50
Kennebec $16.95
Call
717-377-0297
EASTER IS
COMING!
Butterfly Gardens
Floral & Greenhouse
Phone 485-4776
Hyacinths
Tulips
Mini Daffodils
Lilies
Pansies
Seeds
Onion Sets
House Plants
Fresh Cut
Arrangements
Hours:
Monday - Sat. 9-5
Sunday Closed
2 miles South
Cito Rd.
CALL 485-3811 TO
ADVERTISE OR
FAX AT 485-5187
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