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. The Fulton County News .
PAGE B5 THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 2018 COSTSAVERS
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 fwm
Bt. Cabins Independent
Bible Church
P.O. Box 4
Burnt Cabins, PA
814-259-3459
Pastor Bob Benson
I Sam. 15:23 “For rebellion is as
the sin of witchcraft, and
stubbornness is as iniquity and
idolatry. Because thou hast
rejected the word of the Lord,
he hath also rejected thee from
being king.”
Saul rejected God’s
direction and went his own way
and suffered the consequences
of his decision. Has the United
States suffered the same fate
and been rejected by God? As
a nation we have rejected the
word of God and chosen to go
our own direction. We are living
in days like those of the judges
in Israel, where “every man did
which right in his own eyes”
(Judges 21:25). God has
given us free will and allows us
to make our own decisions,
right or wrong. The right
decision to make now is to
return to God and His word and
seek his blessing once again.
God will never bless us as long
as we are walking in
disobedience to Him!
Hustontown
Church of God
1301 North Clear Ridge Rd.
Hustontown, PA 17229
717-485-0604 or
814-251-5253
Pastor
Jimmy Dellinger
Text: John 16:8
Message: One of the works of the
Holy Spirit is to reprove the world of
sin, of righteousness and of
judgment. That word reprove means
to conflict, refute, and expose sin.
How does the spirit reprove? Well
when the gospel is presented in
some manner whether it be preach-ing,
teaching, song or etc. the Holy
Spirit will prick the heart of one. A
good example is in Acts 2:37 after
Peters first sermon. The Scripture
says now when they heard this they
were pricked in their heart and said
unto Peter and to the rest of the
apostles, Men and brethren what
shall we do? Here we see the Holy
Spirit working in reproving.
Until next week, God bless.
Vacuum Cleaners
start at $89
Sewing Machines
Mattress & Box Springs
Prices Start at
Twin - $125
Full - $175
Queen - $225
Buy your next mattress set
$399 and up from us in
2017 & get vacuum cleaner
$129 value FREE
Low overhead means low
prices
Stop or call
FRAKERS VACUUM
SALES
717-987-3354 or
717-987-3862
Fort Littleton
4-H/FFA Club
Pig Sale
Friday, April 20
7 p.m.
F.C. Fairgrounds
Dave Kuhn
717-360-5099
Full-Time
openings in our
preschool childcare
FCFP is a PA Licensed
Child Care Center
offering dependable
care for children
6 weeks old to
kindergarten at the
Overly Raker Building
in McConnellsburg.
Open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
Developmentally appropriate
educational environment
Nutritious meals and
snacks, formula and baby
food are included in fee.
Daily outdoor, active play
Low staff-to-child ratios
Curriculum focused on
individual child.
Weekly full-time rates
$140 Infant/toddler
$130 preschool
CCIS fee assistance
accepted. TF
NEW
DATES
FOR
Fulton
County
Fair
July 29 -
August 4
Buchanan Trail
Sporters
Penns Village Shopping Center
182 Buchanan Trail
McConnellsburg
717-485-5996
CASH SALE!!!
Gear up for spring
.shing and
turkey season
**15% off .shing gear
**15% off turkey
ammo and hunting
accessories for
turkey season
**50% off select
Sunoptic scopes
** Plus some blowout
deals on ammo
(consignments and specials excluded)
4/26
Eat-in or Take-out
Chicken BBQ
Sun., April 29
St. Mary’s Catholic
Church Hall
Shade Gap
(along Rt. 522 across
from covered bridge)
11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Full Dinner: $9
(Dinner includes chicken,
baked beans, applesauce
and dinner roll)
Halves/Roll: $7
*Advanced Tickets
Preferred
Contact: Linda McMath
814-259-3147
Delivery to St. Stephen’s
available.
Contact Sr. Margie or
Sr. Martha for tickets &
delivery requests.
717-485-5917
FRUIT TREES
AVAILABLE
Many varieties,
including fruit
cocktail trees, now
in stock!
Prices starting as
low as $19.95
Dogwood, redbud
and other .owering
and shade trees also
available!
Pineloft Landscape
& Garden Center
1814 Iron Bridge Rd,
Hustontown
717-377-297
Mon-Thurs 10-6;
Fri 10-5; Sat 8-2
Bene.t Auction
for Emma Strait
Sat., April 28
Doors open
at 5:30 p.m.
Auction
at 6:30 p.m.
At Needmore
Bible Church
Food: Spaghetti sold by
donation only.
Emma is 13 years old and
was diagnosed with
leukemia a few months ago.
Money donated to Emma
will cover medical bills.
Drop off donations for
auction at Phanton
Fireworks or The Country
Closet. Deadline is April 25.
Senior project by Janelle Appel.
McCbg. Lions
Club
wishes to thank
McCbg. VFW
Post 655
who were
inadvertently
missed in the
thank-you ad
published
March 1.
The Lions Club
appreciates their
support of the
Community Park
bene.t auction
and the winter
BBQ annual
fundraiser
Hustontown
Area Vol.
Fire Co.
Spring Gun
Bash
Sat., April 21
At the Firehall
Tickets
available
$10
1 meal per ticket
10 prizes
guns/cash
Spring
Festival
Cito United
Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall
3746 Cito Rd.
McConnellsburg
Saturday
April 28
4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Homemade
Ice Cream, Soup,
Sandwiches, Pie
Donation Only
All Are Welcome
CAREGiver Open Interviews
Home Instead - Saxton Of.ce
911 Lower Main St., Saxton, PA
Thursday
April 19, 2018
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Earn $200 sign-on bonus
4/19
4/19
Pineloft
Landscape &
Garden Center
Seed potatoes
Onion sets and plants
Bulk seed
Cold weather veggie plants
Strawberry & asparagus
roots
Pansies and violas
1814 Iron Bridge Rd,
Hustontown
717-377-0297
Mon-Thurs 10-6;
Fri 10-5; Sat 8-2
4/19
4/19
4/26
Meet the Candidates
Pancake Breakfast
McConnellsburg
VFW
Saturday, April 21
9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Meet Brent Ottaway,
candidate for Congress;
Emily Best, candidate for
state Senate; and
Deb Baughman,
candidate for State
House.
Grist Mill pancakes,
Younker’s sausage, and
more.
All are welcome!
Donations appreciated.
Please RSVP to
Joy Dasher
717-485-5602
HELP WANTED
Pittman’s Liquor is now accepting applications for Cashier
Must be 18 years of age
Previous Retail Experience Necessary
Please apply in person for application.
1 Virginia Ave, Hancock, Md.
4/26
4/26
Ban the Bite!
By Greg Reineke
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
SPECIALIST
RECYCLING COORDINATOR
Did you know that many
mosquitoes love to breed in
man-made containers? One
favorite type of container in
Fulton County are all the
tires that you see in people’s
yards, in fields, forests and
strewn about the countryside.
Mosquitoes breed and
grow in these rainwater
traps, the females flying off in
search of a blood meal. As
they bite various birds and
mammals, these mosquitoes
can acquire West Nile virus,
Eastern Equine Encephali-tis,
dog heartworm, St. Louis
Encephalitis or LaCrosse
Encephalitis. You, your dog,
or your horse might be next
in line. These diseases are
potentially fatal.
If you’ve ever followed
world news, you know about
the uptick in cases of Zika
virus, often spread by the
mosquito Aedes aegypti.
This mosquito is a “contain-er
breeder” and will readily
breed in human- made con-tainers-
if it will hold water,
this mosquito will breed in it!
You can help prevent the
spread of disease. If you have
tires on your property, or
want to clean up the road-sides
or woodlands, take the
tires to the township munic-ipal
building during this
year’s tire recycling day on
May 5. See the advertise-ment
in the newspaper for
dates and times for the var-ious
townships.
Collecting and processing
the tires is not free to town-ships
so some townships will
now charge a small service
fee to cover their costs. The
tires will be collected and
hauled to a recycling facility.
There is a limit of 10 passen-ger
car and small truck tires
(no commercial entities
please). Tires must be clean.
No water, no mud and de-bris
and off their rims.
For more information or
questions call your respec-tive
township.
Celebrates
100th
Mary Gordon Richards
has been blessed to reach
the milestone of centenarian.
Because Mary has lived all
100 years within a 7-mile ra-dius
of McConnellsburg, all
are proud to call her a Fulton
County centenarian.
In honor of Mary’s 100th
birthday, a party was held
at Fulton County Medical
Center Long-Term-Care
where she is currently a res-ident.
Her son, Reed, and
daughter, Dorothy, along
with grandchildren, great-grandchildren
and many
other close family members
and friends, expressed love
and birthday wishes as cake
and ice cream were enjoyed
by all.
To send Mary a birthday
card or any correspon-dence,
the address is
FCMC Overly Meadows
Wing, 214 Peach Orchard
Road, McConnellsburg, PA
17233.
(StatePoint) – Healthy
communities and a strong
national economy rely on in-ternet
access for all, suggests
a new study.
Indeed, in today’s econo-my,
those in both urban and
rural areas are equally de-pendent
on online transac-tions,
according to new re-port
commissioned by the
Foundation for Rural Service
(FRS), entitled “A Cyber
Economy: The Transaction-al
Value of the Internet in
Rural America.” However,
rural dwellers do not always
enjoy the same access to ro-bust
broadband as urban-ites.
“Access to the internet is
key to almost everything we
do today – connecting us to
education, healthcare, job
opportunities, entertain-ment
and so much more,”
says FRS executive director,
Jessica Golden.
But it’s not just people
who are dependent on on-line
transactions, the na-tional
economy is too. Half of
the U.S. GDP today comes
from internet-driven trans-actions
and that percentage
is expected to rise over the
next four years, according
to the report. Valued at $1.4
trillion and accounting for 7
percent of the U.S. nominal
GDP, rural America ac-counts
for a substantial por-tion
of these transactions.
“These findings highlight
the value of continued in-vestment
in rural broad-band
for the good of all
Americans,” says Golden.
Why Internet Access In Rural
America Affects Everyone
VISIT
US ON
THE
WEB
fultoncountynews.com
Three Highway
Workers
Injured In I-80
Crash In PA
POCONO PINES, Pa.
(AP) – Authorities say three
highway workers were struck
and injured on an eastern
Pennsylvania interstate.
Officials said the accident
happened Tuesday after-noon
in a construction zone
where they were patching
potholes in the westbound
lanes of I-80 in Tobyhanna
Township.
Pennsylvania Depart-ment
of Transportation
spokesman Ronald Young
said one worker was flown to
a hospital and the other two
were driven to a medical fa-cility.
Their conditions and de-tails
about the accident
weren’t immediately available.
Young said the crash oc-curred
during the national
Work Zone Awareness Week
and urged people to drive
carefully and be aware of
workers as the spring season
allows roadwork to begin.
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