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Bt. Cabins Independent
Bible Church
P.O. Box 4
Burnt Cabins, PA
814-259-3459
Pastor Bob Benson
II Tim. 3:16-17 “All scripture is
given by inspiration of God, and
is profitable for doctrine, for re-proof,
for correction, for in-struction
in righteousness: That
the man of God may be per-fect,
thoroughly furnished unto
all good works.”
The Bible is absolutely
indispensable to this world. For
those who have never trusted
Jesus Christ as Savior it is the
book that will lead them to a
saving faith and eternal life. For
the Christian, it is the daily
guide book showing us how we
are to live for God and fulfill
His will for our lives. Where is
your Bible? Is it collecting dust
or is it well worn through many
readings? Either way, take a
few minutes and see what God
has to say to you today. It will
change your life if you don't
know Christ, and will continue
to bless you if you do!
Hustontown
Church of God
1301 North Clear Ridge Rd.
Hustontown, PA 17229
717-485-0604 or
814-251-5253
Pastor
Jimmy Dellinger
Text: John 14:15-17
Message: The Lord sent the
spirit to teach, lead, guide, and
bring things to rememberance
to comfort believers and
convict sinners. No doubt
when one reads the New Tes-tament
one can see the im-portance
of the Holy Spirit in
the ministry of Jesus and in
acts the apostles and through-out
the rest of the New
Testament. But not only then,
he is important in the ministry
of the church today as well.
Let us remember how vital the
Holy Spirit is unto the believer
and the church.
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
225 GUN
DRAWING
Needmore Vol. Fire Co.
Sat., Nov. 18
Doors open at 5 p.m.
Dinner begins
at 6 p.m.
Dance to follow!
$30 for ticket
holder and guest
Must be 18 years
of age to attend
No carryouts
permitted
To purchase
tickets contact any
fire co. member
11/16
BINGO
Needmore Vol. Fire Co.
Sun., Nov. 26
Doors open at noon
Games start at 2 p.m.
6-pack all games
included $25
w/exception of
early bird quickie
which is $1;
extras available
to purchase
Kitchen will be open
Come out and
enjoy yourself with
fun and relaxation
Bring family and friends
Contact
717-504-0583
11/30
INDOOR YARD SALE
W.L. Mellott
357 Wertzville Road
Needmore, PA
November 16 & 17th
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
November 18
9 a.m. to noon
Vintage “Cranberry Red Hen on
a Nest” Indiana Glass Candy
Dish/Basket.
3 -piece Pyrex mixing bowls –
“Vintage Crazy-Daisy Mixing
bowls from the 70's”
Crock jugs
Antique Home Comfort Cook-stove
(good restoration project)
1 Oak kitchen table set w/4 chairs
1 Maple kitchen table set w/6 chairs
Sewing machine
Household items include
numerous kitchen items
(pots/pans, dishes, corning
ware, glassware, etc), sheets,
decorative items, etc.
1 antique bedroom set;
1 maple bed and dresser
Dressers (not a set)
Christmas decorations.
Hustontown
Vol. Fire Co.
FOOD
AUCTION
Nov. 17
at 5:30 p.m.
at
Hustontown
Firehall
Doors open
at 4:30 p.m.
DISCOUNT
Frozen Foods
at Clugston's
25% off all
foods in freezer
Chicken nuggets,
Frozen pizza,
Microwave lunches,
Hot dogs,
Sausages, burgers,
Veggies, ice Cream,
and a lot more...
Stop in soon to
save big
Clugston Farm
& Garden LLP
205 E. North St.
McConnellsburg
717-485-4313
11/16
11/16
FULTON COUNTY FAIR
ASSOCIATION
The 4th annual
"FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS"
Two weekends
Friday and Saturday
December 2 & 3 &
December 9 & 10
6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Outside Light Displays –
Santa – Family Photos –
Children's Craft Table
Craft Vendors – Live Nativity
Scene – Model Train Displays
OPEN TO GENERAL
PUBLIC ON THE TWO
CONSECUTIVE
WEEKENDS
Fulton County Fairgrounds,
888 Lincoln Way East,
McConnellsburg
$4 per vehicle –
FREE refreshments –
Hot Chocolate – Cookies
11/16
Do you or your
group plan on
caroling at the
FCMC Nursing
Home
this year?
Be sure to set
your date by
calling Elisha by
November 27
so you can
secure your date
on the calendar.
717-485-6170
CAFE
NOW
OPEN AT
Hustontown
Market
Indoor yard sales
and spaces available
for rent
Hours:
Mon., Tues., Wed.:
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Thurs., Fri., Sat.: 10
a.m. to 7 p.m.
Call 717-485-2337
Old Fashion
Hymn Sing &
Candlelight
Service
Antioch Church
Timber Ridge Rd.
Dec. 9 at 6 p.m.
Pastor Russell
Hoffman
Light
refreshments after
Happy
Birthday
Pappy
Hedrick!
November 15
Love,
Philip &
Gemma
Buchanan Trail
SportersPenn's Village
Shopping Center
McConnellsburg, PA 17233
717-485-5996
Black Friday
Blowout Sale
Storewide Sale
Up to $200 off new
guns and up to 20%
off other departments
Friday Nov. 24
6 a.m.-8 p.m.
Saturday Nov. 25
9 a.m.-3 p.m.
See details on Facebook
Consignments
not included
11/23 12/7
The outcome of the case,
as well as a similar state
court case that was fast-tracked
Thursday by the
state Supreme Court, could
have a seismic effect on elec-tions
in Pennsylvania. It’s a
swing state where Democ-rats
outnumber Republicans
and have had a recent win-ning
record in statewide con-tests
but are deeply in the
minority in both chambers of
the Legislature.
Republicans won 13 of 18
congressional seats in the
2014 and 2016 elections de-spite
earning a little over 50
percent of the vote.
The federal judge’s order
said the “legislative privilege''
that Scarnati and Turzai had
in Maryland, North
Carolina and Texas. Along
with Wisconsin, state leg-islative
districts are under
challenge in North Carolina
and Texas.
Lawmakers' emails pro-vided
important information
during a lawsuit challenging
a package of voter laws
passed in North Carolina in
2013, including a photo ID
requirement. In that case,
emails revealed state law-makers
had requested de-mographic
information on
voters.
That data request was
cited by an appeals court
panel in its ruling that
tossed out the voter ID law,
describing it as targeting
ago, my mother, Carolan
Workman, set up a table
where the kids could pull
up a chair and draw, color,
cut, stamp and paste.
“The nicest thing about
it was its one-size-fits-all
universality: boys and girls,
old and young, either ar-tistically
adept or ... not,”
she says. “And there was
something wonderful in
seeing a high school line-backer
cousin gluing
sparkles or cutting felt
squares next to a toddler.”
It’s not all about the
kids, of course. Sighs of
happiness can usually
be heard from the par-ents,
freed up to enjoy
that glass of wine and bit
Thanksgiving, most using
items easily purchased at a
craft store or online.
Geiger Kalus recom-mends
searching for print-able
coloring pages online,
and points to Etsy.com for
more cute Thanksgiving-themed
options.
Now that the kids at our
holiday gathering are all
getting older, my Mom, like
me, waxes a bit nostalgic:
“The craft table was no
less important than the
turkey at our Thanksgiv-ings,”
she says.
Final tip: no glitter. If you
don’tknow why already, just
trust me; you do not need to
learn the hard way.
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