LIFE offers comprehensive KP clothing, crafts, furniture, something for everyone. service Sunday afternoon

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  • The Kittanning PaperMonday • April 30, 20182 www.kittanningpaper.com Monday • April 30, 2018 3

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    YARD SALE/BAKE SALE Saturday May 5th 8AM-2PM St Mark’s Lutheran ChurchPar- sonage 194 Sherrett Rd, Adrian. Proceeds to benefit the ongoing ministry of St. Mark’ INDOOR YARD SALE Grace Presbyterian Church, 150 North Jeffer- son Street in Kittanning, will hold its GREAT AN- NUAL INDOOR YARD SALE with free admis- sion on Saturday May 5, 8am-2pm. A pre-sale for $3.00 admission donation will be held Friday May 4, 6-8pm. Something for everyone! All treasures, no trash! Proceeds benefit local outreach missions. For more information, contact 724 548 5609. BOOK AND TREA- SURE SHOPPE Satur- day May 5, 9AM-4PM at St. Emma Monastery, 1001 Harvey Avenue, Greensburg. Food pro- vided by Passion Bakery and Catering Food Truck. Please also visit our Cath- olic Gift and Book Store and the outdoor shrines and chapels. Confes- sions 1PM-2PM. Direc- tions at www.stemma.org FCHS CLASS OF 1969 LUNCH The FCHS Class of 1959 will meet on Tuesday May 8 at 1pm at Garda’s Restau- rant 2033 State Route 66 Ford City for its monthly luncheon. All classmates and their guests are wel- come. For more informa- tion call 724-763-1115. NRA BANQUET Arm- strong County friends of the NRA will hold their annual banquet at the West Kittanning Firehall Thurs- day May 10th. Call Randy Atkinson at 724-525-0614 for tickets. There will be raffles and auctions for hunting equipment. COMMUNITY DAY OPEN HOUSE - Chris- tians With a Vision Min-

    istry will be holding an event event on Saturday May 12th from noon until 4. There will be free food, kids games and prizes, grocery giveaway, and music . The address is Lower Limestone Road in Adrian FLEA MARKET - Sat- urday, May 12, 7AM-??? Center Hill Church of the Brethren Fellow- ship Hall in North Buf- falo Township. Call 724-548-7226 for info. PITTSBURGH STEEL- ERS BASKETBALL TEAM - The Steelers are bringing a team to our school consisting of current and former play- ers. The Girls Basketball Boosters are putting a team together consisting of Administration, Teach- ers and some local Digni- taries for a special fund- raising event on May12th at 8PM at Armstrong High School. Tickets are $7.00 and are also avail- able at the door the night of the event along with raffles of autographed Steelers items, 50/50 drawing, and a food con- cession stand. Advance tickets available at 700 Shop, Hiland Pharmacy, or Teri’s Styling Shop.

    TRAIL FUN DAY - Sat- urday, June 2, marks the 7th Annual Armstrong Trail Fun Day (formerly Eat, Play & Ride) hosted by the Armstrong Rails to Trails Association (ARTA) and the Allegh- eny Valley Land Trust (AVLT) from 9AM until 4PM. This fundraising bike-hike-run event coin- cides with the 50th anni- versary of National Trail Day! Tons of activities is fun for all ages with Event T-Shirt and lunch pro- vided for registered paid participants. Go to their website or Facebook page for more information and to registration at www. armstrongrailstotrails. org or Armstrong Rails

    KP Place your ad by calling 724-543-NEWS (6397)

    ONLY $3 PER DAY15 words SAVE! Get 5days for $10 Business Classifinds $7.29 percolumn inch

    to Trails Facebook page. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL at St.Luke’s United Church of Christ in Kittanning is scheduled for June 25 thru 29, from 6-8 PM. FORD CITY COMMU- NITY PICNIC at Ken- nywood Park will be Sat- urday, July 21. Fun Day passes will be $25 and will be available in early May at Klingensmith’s Drug Stores in Ford City, Kit- tanning and West Kittan- ning. Fun Day passes can be used on any operating day at Kennywood Park.

    FORD CITY insu- lated house 1 floor two bedrooms dining room, Kitchen equipped. AC. No Pets/No Smoking. Call 724-763-2766.

    RURAL VALLEY (INDOORS) Main Street Rural Valley May 4th 9am-12pm. May 5th 9am-2pm. Former Marti Mart Building.

    FORD CITY Brick Home. 2 bedroom,1 floor. 2-car garage. Appliances included. No pets/smoking. 724- 763-2766.

    LIFE offers comprehensive medical care, adult day services and homecare to help older adults, age 55 and older, live at home. Services include all medical care, prescription coverage, physical therapy, transportation and more. Contact us for assistance in determining your eligibility for the program. You may qualify and not even realize it.

    724-545-8000 A Partnership of Lutheran SeniorLife

    and ACMH Hospital

    Live LIFE… At Home

    A Partnership in Caring

    FORD CITY 2 Bed- room 1 bath house. Recently renovated. Conveniently located. Whole House. AC. Hardwood floors. All new appliances. No Pets/Smoking. $650/ month + Utilities. 724- 545-6853

    KITTANNING MAY 4TH-5TH 9am-4pm 866 Glade Run Rd. Women’s clothing, crafts, furniture, something for everyone.

    Dear Motor Medics, I’m in the market for a used vehicle and my budget can afford something in the $10k range but I am a guy who likes a fancier ride like a Cadillac or Lincoln so that means my $10k will buy me a lot less car than if I were to purchase a smaller more mainstream brand vehicle. I have ended up with what I call lemons in the past which have cost me almost what I paid for them in repairs over a few years of ownership. I found out one had been in several wrecks and even was salvaged at one time. How can I protect my- self during a purchase? They all seemed so good on the test drive. Mark in Wyandot Michigan Dear Mark, We have several of our listeners in this position. They went with a luxury car that was ten years old instead of a standard car that’s just a couple years old with factory warranty. When you buy an older car the added miles and time take their toll and you are bound to have more problems. To protect yourself as best as you can we strongly suggest you do at least two things in addition to the test drive. Those two things are a title history check to find out if there are damage brands reported and a mechanical inspection done by a professional mechanic. These aren’t fool proof but do catch a lot of faults. Take care, the Motor Medics

    SATURDAY MORNINGS 10:00 ‘til Noon

    C A N N O N D A L E H400 Hybrid and Cannondale Silk 400 Moutain Bike. $350 for hybrid & $400 for Moutain bike, or $600 for both. 724-548-2366 Leave Message

    COUNTRY APART- MENT 2nd Floor. 1 bedroom. VERY NICE. Near Franklin Village Mall. NON SMOKER. EXCEL- LENT REFERENCES. $390/month + utilities. 724-543-3041.

    RURAL VALLEY Trailer for rent. Coun- try setting. One per- son. Includes heat, water, sewage. $500/ per month plus security deposit.

    PORTER MOWING

    • Lawn Mowing • Small Tree Trimming & Removals • Brush Hog • Stump Grinding

    724-567-1632

    VETERAN OWNED BUSINESS

    KITTANNING sec- ond floor, 1 bedroom. Rent includes water, sewage, garbage, heat, free parking, refrig- erator, stove. Quiet location. Clean, newly remodeled. One block from downtown Kit- tanning. Unfurnished. NO SMOKING, NO PETS. References re- quired. $600/month plus $600 as security deposit. Text or call 724 664 5961.

    4/30/1968 - Traffic back- ing up on the Kittanning bridge was a hot topic. Motorists were faced with a closed travel lane because of potholes. They are becoming com- monplace as heavy load- ing increases on the dete- riorating concrete of the bridge floor. One way of expediting traffic flow during periods of repair on the bridge would be to keep east-bound traf- fic making a right turn on Water Street moving during rush hours. Cau- tion lights on all other intersecting streets at the bridge would handle the relatively light traffic in that direction during morning rush hours. Po- licemen to direct traffic would be necessary in the afternoon. Admit- tedly the proposal has its drawbacks, but the recurring specter of an east-bound traffic lane stacked up to the Kittan- ning Highlands demands some remedial action. 4/30/1963 - A Ford City native, James J. Da- vis, this week opened a new funeral home here in what was for- merly the Walter E. Rittenhouse home, North Jefferson Street at Vine, in Kittanning.

    W O RT H I N G TO N May 4, 11, & 12. 8AM- 3PM 156 Bison St. Boys & Ladies clothes, gas grill & housewares.

    KITTANNING 1033 Maple Drive, Country Club Manor. May 4th & May 5th Numerous items, household items, furniture, holiday, vari- ety, yard items. 9am-3PM

    KITTANNING 326 Clearfield Pike (court- house road) May 4-5th 7AM-5PM. Guy stuff, snoopy, lighthouses, flowerpots, lunch boxes, candles, new curtains

    CALL OR TEXT

    724-545-7400 Hours by Appointment

    • PA Certified Dog Groomer • Over 15 years of Experience

    125 North McKean Street Kittanning

    BILL RUSH

    AGENCY

    www.billrushagency.com

    (724) 548

    -7337

    • Largest Breakfast Menu in Armstrong County! • Breakfast Served All Day • Locally Owned & Operated since 1983

    300 Market Street • Kittanning Open 6AM-3PM • 724-543-1634

    www.dizzylizzies.net

    Voted the Area’s #1 Breakfast Place

    SATURDAY MAY 5TH

    CASINO BUS TRIP

    TO: Wheeling Island Casino, Wheeling, WV. Leave Big Lots parking lot in Kittanning at 9AM.

    Arrive at Wheeling Island in Wheeling at 11:30AM. Leave Wheeling Island at 4:30PM Arrive at Big Lots parking lot at 6:30PM Cost is $40

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