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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
BET CYCLE
SHOP
Motorcycle
Parts & Repair
Celebrating
25th Year
In Business
2 free gifts with
every motorcycle
inspection
717-485-5292
717-360-3172
ART
at Antietam
Iron Works The Second Story
Works of local artists
Oil, Watercolor,
Pastel, Mixed Media,
Sculpture, Iron Works,
Barn Quilt Display
July 10, 11, 12
17, 18, 19
24, 25, 26
Fridays 6-8
Saturdays 10-2
Sundays 2-4
Opening Reception
Friday, July 10, 6-8
Food and live entertainment
Artists: David Henry,
Anne Gobin, Sandra Barton,
James Gunnell, John Himes,
Linda Mosemann, Tom Duffey,
Dee Henry
Bt. Cabins Independent
Bible Church
P.O. Box 4
Burnt Cabins, PA
814-259-3459
Pastor Bob Benson
MINI MESSAGE
James 4:14 “Whereas ye
know not what shall be on the
morrow. For what is your life? It
is even a vapour, that appeareth
for a little time, and then van-isheth
away.”
Summer is here already!
“Where does the time go?” is a
question you often hear asked.
Time passes quickly and we
must make good use of the time
God allows us to have. It's too
precious a commodity to waste.
No one is guaranteed tomor-row,
so we must be prepared to
face death at any time. Is your
heart right with God? Would you
be ready to face Him if you were
to die today? We make plans for
our future here but too often give
no thought for eternity. Have
you trusted Jesus Christ as your
Savior? God wants everyone to
spend eternity with Him in Heav-en.
If you're not sure where your
soul will spend eternity please
contact me. Let me show you
what God's Word says about
how you can be saved!
R & D Recycling
27438 Great Cove Rd.
McConnellsburg, PA
17233
717-987-3884
717-860-6718
Mon, Wed, Fri, 9-4
Sat, 9-1
We will be
closed
July 3 & 4
Have a Safe &
Happy Holiday!
Brittany Welch
will be back full time
at Carol Everett's
Beauty Shop.
Monday - Friday
starting July 1
To make an
appointment call
814-644-1659 or at
the shop at
717-485-3347
Special for the
month of July
Full head of foil $45
and dry haircut $10
John's Yard Sale
Thurs, July 2, Fri, July 3,
Sat, July 4 & Sun, July 5
8 a.m. - ?
169 Sheepskin Hollow Rd.
Ft. Littleton
8 miles north of McCbg.
along Rte. 522
Rocks, minerals, & rock books,
toys (some Matchbox & Hot
Wheels), board games, some
outside toys, DVDs, VCR
movies, VCR player, Corning
dishes, Pyrex dishes, pots &
pans, kitchen utensils & small
appliances, pie plates, lots of
asst. glassware, blanket sets,
linens, salt & pepper shakers,
knickknacks, figurines, old
bottles, whiskey decanters,
lamps, mirrors, baskets,
wooden items, night stands, pic-tures,
metal wagon wheels,
books of all kinds, some asst.
furniture, 2 recliners
Something for everyone
Priced to sell
Come take a look
Questions call John
717-504-5161
NRA
LOG CABIN
PRIMITIVES
SALE!!
Closeout on our own
tarts – 50% off –
limited quantities
available.
20% - 25% off many
items until July 31.
We will be closed on
July 4 in observance of
Independence Day.
We will also be
closed for vacation
from
July 24 – August 1
Check out our
Facebook page!
599 Log Cabin Road
McConnellsburg
Hours: Fridays 10-4;
Saturdays 10-2
A Hoarder's
Garage Sale
Maddensville Manor
(Old Locke's Store)
23591 Maddensville
Pike
Maddensville, PA
17243
Got to move 10
years of hoardings! July 3,
4 & 5
Rain or Shine
Bring a date!
Will have for sale:
Tasty Long Island
Tube Steaks
Cold Beverages
Pleasant Grove
Christian Church
3013 Pleasant Grove Road
Warfordsburg, PA
717-573-4512
Huge Bargain
Yard/Food
Sale
July 10
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
July 11
8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Shop/Garden Tools
Ladders
Yard Sale Items Inside
Friday at 10 a.m.
Hot Dogs /Steamers
and Ice Cream
Saturday Lots of Food
Homemade Pies/
Ice Cream
Bring the whole family
for a fun-filled day !!!!!
Cash, Checks, Credit
Cards Accepted
Bt. Cabins Independent
Bible Church
P.O. Box 4
Burnt Cabins, PA
814-259-3459
Pastor Bob Benson
MINI MESSAGE
Rom. 1:28 “And even as
they did not like to retain God in
their knowledge, God gave them
over to a reprobate mind, to do
those things which are not con-venient.”
As our nation moves further
and further from God the truth
of this verse becomes more ob-vious
every day. A reprobate
mind is one that is morally un-principled
and void of judgment.
The knee jerk reactions to
events have people doing things
that make little or no sense. In
the name of granting rights to
one group of people the
Supreme Court has removed
the rights of another. The only
thing sparing our nation from
God's full judgment is our sup-port
of Israel and when that ends
(and we seem to be heading
that way) God's hand will fall
hard. No longer will God bless
America. If there was ever a
time to pray harder, it is now!
Annual Yard Sale
“Under the Big Tent”
Jane Arnold's
in Waterfall
Located across from
Community State Bank
Friday, July 3
and Saturday, July 4,
8:30 to ?
Clothing, all sizes
Household Items
Longaberger Baskets
Home Decorations
Books, and much,
much more
Not responsible for
accidents!
Surprise
CARD
SHOWER
for
Beulah
Mumma
90th Birthday
Mail cards to:
220 Broadview Court
Falling Waters, WV
25419
Congratulations to
Larry “Flip” Sowers
for completing the
Savage Race on Saturday,
June 27, in the Poconos!
He participated with 2800
competitors and finished 8th
in his age division
Way to go, Flip!
Join us!
Vacation Bible
School
July 27-31
at Cito United
Methodist Church
from 6:30 p.m. -
8:30 p.m.
Classes for all ages!
For more info:
www.citoumc.org or
717-485-9020
Fourth of
July
BINGO
Buck Valley Park
Early time
2 to 5 p.m.
Saturday
July 4
Kitchen opens at 2
YARD
SALE
7 miles south 522 at
Sandy Harmon's
July 3 & 4
9-2
Kids clothes
fill a bag
$2
Adult clothing, dog
crate, furniture, toys
and knickknacks
NRA
Needmore Vol.
Fire Co. is having a
Chicken
Barbecue
Sunday
July 12
Starting at 11 a.m.
Menu:
1/2 Chicken
Baked Potato
Baked Beans
Cake & Roll
Multi-Family
Yard Sale
at Gilbert's in
Waterfall
July 2-4
9 a.m.-?
Something for
everyone!
If you see
this
Piggyback
rider
wish him a
Happy 87th
Birthday!
From
3 Cracked Eggs
Special of the Month
JULY
The Harvest is
Coming
Get your Canning
Supplies Today
At your local Agway
yet so much more!
10% Off any size
12 pack of jars
Multiple Sizes to
choose from!
Clugston Farm &
Garden, LLP
205 East North St.
McConnellsburg, PA
17233
717-485-4313
Butterfly Gardens
Greenhouse/Floral
171 Kenwood Dr.
McConnellsburg, PA
17233
485-4776
Summer Sale
Still going on!
50% OFF
Hanging Baskets
Vegetable Plants
Bedding Plants
Seeds
FRIENDLY
REMINDER
We do silk cemetery
arrangements,
cones, toppers and
wreaths
cut off federal aid to states
that were not running their
own insurance marketplaces.
Pennsylvania has more
people receiving the subsi-dized
insurance plans
through a federally-run mar-ketplace
than four other
states: Texas, Florida, North
Carolina and Georgia.
As a result, Wolf said, his
administration will notify the
federal government that it is
withdrawing its plan to take
over some functions of the
insurance marketplace.
“I took steps to protect
Pennsylvania’s consumers by
putting in place a contin-gency
in the event the
Supreme Court ruled people
are not eligible for subsidies,
but I am pleased to say that
small business owner who
buys a subsidized plan, called
the health care ruling “great
news.”
“I’m very happy about
the decision on a personal
level and for everybody in
the same boat as I am in
Pennsylvania and all the oth-er
states,” Shepheard said
Thursday. “It’s great news
for us and the Obama pres-idency.”
The 62-year-old Strouds-burg
resident had been de-nied
coverage for a pre-ex-isting
condition before the
health law’s protections
went into effect. The month-ly
subsidy he receives brings
his premium down to $180,
which he said he can afford.
“I think occasionally the
The U.S. Department of
Health and Human Servic-es
gave conditional ap-proval
to Pennsylvania’s
application on June 15, two
weeks after the Wolf ad-ministration
submitted
the application.
Under its application,
Pennsylvania, like some
other states already do,
wanted to enlist the feder-al
government to perform
some duties, such as eligi-bility
determinations and
enrollment through the
healthcare.gov website.
Pennsylvania was seek-ing
to regulate the insur-anceplans,
direct consumer
outreach and run a con-sumer
call center.
camping trip and injured sev-eral
other people, a coroner
and forest officials said.
Alexis Turner, of New
Brighton, was killed Tuesday
morning, Warren County
coroner Jerry Borden told
the Warren Times Observer
newspaper for Wednesday’s
editions. It happened in the
forest’s Minister Creek
Campground, about 100
miles northeast of Pitts-burgh,
where three coun-selors
and 15 children from
the Pine Valley Camp in Ell-wood
City were on a hiking
and camping trip.
The Forest Service said a
fierce thunderstorm rolled
through the campground,
downing many trees. Two
other campers were injured
as ranging from mild to se-vere.
Authorities did not re-lease
the names of the other
victims.
Officials at Pine Valley
Camp, which describes itself
on its website as a Christian
camp for underprivileged
children, didn’t return calls
seeking comment Wednes-day.
National Weather Service
meteorologist Mike Dangelo
said the storms packed wind
gusts of 65 to 70 mph “just as
strong as you would have in
a very weak tornado.”
Forest officials continued
to investigate. Officials have
closed part of the Minister
Creek Hiking Trail so the
damage can be evaluated
and repaired.
EADER'S BUTCHER SHOP
Timber Ridge Rd.
Call 717-294-3954
or 717-404-7081
July 1,2 & 3 Specials
85% Lean
Ground Beef........Lb. $2.99
Patties .................Lb. $3.09
Delmonico
STEAKS..............Lb. $8.99
We will be CLOSED
Saturday, July 4
Everyone have a happy
& safe 4th of July
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