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Buffet: Potts Grove Fire Hall, off Rt. 642 between Milton & Danville, 7 am-1 pm. Adults $9.00; Ages 4-12 $5.00; 3 & under free. Held 3rd Sunday of every month. Proceeds benefit fire company. 3/30 Dr. Steve Austin will be the guest speaker at two events on Thursday, March 19, in Central PA. Austin received his PhD in Geology at Penn State University in 1979. He has done extensive research at the Mt. St. Helens volcano and at the Grand Canyon. His talks will demonstrate how geological features can form rapidly and provide evidence for the Global Flood in the book of Genesis. The eruption of Mt. St. Helenshas been described as the most significant geological event in the 20th century. A canyon system 1/40 the size of the Grand Canyon was formed in a matter of days as did more than 100 feet of finely layered rock. Dr. Austin will speak at noon on Thursday, March 19, at the regular meeting of the Penn State Christian Faculty and Staff Fellowship in
room 212 of the Pasquerilla Spiritual Center on campus. At 7 pm that evening he will speak at the First Baptist Church of Bellefonte at 539 Jacksonville Road. The meetings are free and the public is invited to attend. For more details, please call 570-768-2372 or go to the website: cetralpacreationfellowship. org Church News - 39 Annual Lenten Soup Sale & Luncheon every Thursday starting Feb. 27 through April 2, 2020, 11 am to 1 pm. Hamburg BBQ, Hot Dogs, Homemade Vegetable Soup, Baked Beans & Homemade Pies. Soup $5/ qt. 570-368-1863 to order Episcopal Church of Our Savior, 31 N. Loyalsock Ave., Montoursville 3/30
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SWtM, 66, 5’8”-202, in good shape, retired, widowed, looking for unattached woman, 60’s, for dating, movies, out to eat, county fairs. No drugs or booze, tired of living alone. Romance, hopefully possible live in. Located rural McClure area. KU26174 5/13
WdWtM, 70, 5’8”-200, retired truck driver, seeking woman in mid 60’s for daytime dating, movies, out to eat, weekly visits, Lewistown to Selinsgrove Area. I am still an active man, need a friend, romance hopefully, no drugs. KU26266 10/12 S/DWtM, of mixed heritage, 6’-225, NS, casual drinker, love the outdoors & weekend getaways. Looking for a sensuous co-pilot with good road map skills. Slightly bald & nicely built. Seeking my better half for exciting times to come. I’m house trained with various skills, 62 & looking for a young minded lady. I’m also available to relocate. I’d love to find someone who lives in the country. Please send photo & phone. TB26391 6/22 IC’s
FIC,“Backwoods Barbie”, 26, slim, blue eyed blonde, looking for my wild one. Always open to trying new things. SV26367IC
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SFIC, Looking for a friend that is willing to write, talk, build a positive friendship/relationship with me. I’ll be on my way out of here around September of 2021. 5’9”, long chestnut brown hair down to my lower back, honey brown hazel eyes, couple of cute tattoos, love art & animals. Can’t wait for someone to hold, kiss, & love. SM26373IC SWtFIC, cute, fun, loving, 26, green eyes, blonde hair that goes half way down my back, great personality, tattoos and piercings, love the outdoors. CQ26374IC SFIC, hot blonde, tall, thin, green eyes, 34, fun, open minded, lonely, ready to play. KL26375IC
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SWtFIC, looking for someone who will get down & dirty & take good care of me. 5’, blonde, blue eyes, 26, funny, lovable, & looking for someone to spend time with & do new things with. L)26377IC FIC, 27, 2 kids, strawberry blonde curly hair, med. length, skinny, 5’2”, brown eyes. MT26378IC SFIC, 25, long straight brown haired angel, come get lost in my spectacular emerald green eyes, my body is a playground of delights. Don’t wait too long. Put the pen to the paper. AG26379IC SFIC, Puerto Rican, 47, fun, loving, beautiful, light in the eyes & thick in the thighs. Looking for companionship & donations. Guarantee you won’t be disappointed. TM26380IC
FIC, 25, Christain, love the man up above. I have made istakes in my life but I have learned from them. I’m outgoing, loving, love to dance. AG26381IC
SFIC, 32, New Pauly D just your speed, looking for someone to talk to, hang out, & play with. I’m worth the ink. Use it. JD26382IC SWtFIC, smart, funny, & beautiful, fun size, 30’s, long hair with ocean blue eyes. Seeks kind & generous older male who loves to laugh. HB26383IC
SWtFIC, looking for a new beginning, a fresh star with that special someone. I’m fun, loving, caring, compassionate, 5’5”-155, blue eyes, brown hair. NA26384IC FIC, chocolate goddess, 25, from W. Va., like to have fun, stay active & work out, have a
nice body, built like a stallion. Family & friends oriented, loyal, obcessed with fashion so love to shop. I take responsibility for my past but am really looking forward to the future & moving on in a positive direction with my life. KS26385IC FIC, energetic, green eyed beauty, outspoken, 5’5”, 28, looking for companionship with someone with humor & personality. RS26386IC
SWtFIC, hot, sexy, & loving. Looking for a man or woman that likes to have fun & wants to be held tight at night after a long day. SM26387IC SWtFIC, 55, looking to find someone special who will enjoy my love & company. I’m young hearted with lots of energy & looking for someone to spend my life with. PS26386IC WtF, recently released from prison, residing in Philadelphia. I don’t know anyone from here so I’m looking for a pen pal/ friend. 5’10”-150, brown/brown. BP26389IC
FIC, 30, , from Baltimore, 3 children, 5-10 yrs. here. CC26394IC
FIC, 24, looking for a pen pal, someone to connect with. Like to write, talk, be productive as possible. 5’6”, brunette, Italian mostly, little bit of German & Irish. Known as a social butterfly with a big booty. GR26395IC SWtFIC, 37, local gal, long red hair, blue eyes, nice body, 5’5”135, looking for single male, 30 & older, for something long term & meaningful, warm me up during this cold season. AB26396IC
SWtFIC, attractive, late 30’s, long hair, sparkling blue eyes. Seeking older male companion to spend time & grow with. HB26397IC FIC, 5’6”, 20’s, Italian, looking for a pen pal & to have fun, love to write & meet new people. GR26398IC FIC, 5’3”, brunette, med. long hair, hazel eyes, 40, 130 lbs., like people to be happy & have a good personality, like to play sports. Looking for someone to support me & get to know. KH26399IC
SFIC, Puerto Rican, 47, looking for a fresh start. I’m beautiful, fun, loving, light in the eyes, thick in the thighs. Excited to find my Mr. Right. TM26400IC
SWtFIC, seeking companionship, brown/green, 135 lbs., great smile, big heart. Enjoy being in the country, 4 wheeling, flea markets. I’m professional dancer, which I love, honest, caring, looking for fresh start, willing to relocate. TS26401IC
SWtFIC, 32, coffee over tea, dogs over cats, lollypops oveer bubblegum, open to all and not shy. I love to laugh. Do we match? JD26402IC
To Bill who sent a reply to KL26359: There was no way to get in touch with you in your letter to me. Please send Tall, sexy blonde, thin, 34, fun, open minded another letter including info how to get in touch with you. KL26402IC SWtFIC, 28, caring, loving, available to meet your every
needs. I have long legs, small waist, red hair. AM26403IC
FIC, 38, blonde, blue, looking to vibe with someone fun. HH26404IC
FIC, 25, thick, actively curvaceous. Looking for deep, intellectual conversations & someone to pass the time with. HH26405IC FIC, If you do your homework, I don’t have to say much. Reach out, you won’t be disappointed. 23 yrs. old. SB26406IC
SWtFIC, looking for companion & help. JK26407IC FIC, 22, lt. brown skin, 130 lbs., looking for a nice guy to start a relationship with & someone who likes to come see me in person & get to know me. BS26408IC
SWtFIC, 4’11”, 36, don’t be surprised, good things come in small packages. Tired of the games, looking for companionship & someone who can make me laugh. TF26409IC
SFIC, 40, while here, my fiance & grandma both passed away. Looking for someone to get to know & maybe make new memories with. I’m not looking for someone to take care of me, just someone to love me & build a new future with. SN26410IC FIC, country gal with red hair, blue eyes, 34, outgoing, down to earth, love the outdoors & being around family. Looking for a pen pal. HG26411IC
SWtFIC, looking for a friend. I enjoy learning new things, love the outdoors, 5’3”, blue eyes. HT26412IC WtFIC, 35, blonde/blue, 5’3”-135, athletic, energetic, competitive, plays hard, loves hard, gives everything my all. Looking for someone willing to take a chance on me. AK26413IC
FIC, pretty, mature, caring, big hearted, down to earth, lovable, lonely woman looking for friendship in a mature dependable, non judgemental person who is open minded to explore. FJ26414IC
BILL: FIC, tall, sexy, blonde, 34, thin build, fun & open minded. Bill, I need your address. KL26415IC FIC, I am looking for someone special & outgoing. I love to play & have fun. 34, beautiful, great personality, ready to settle down with a good man. TC26416IC
SWtFIC, 55, 5’6”-120, brown hair, blue eyes. I would love to have a friend. I love to write, don’t do emails. Love dogs, country music. PJ26417IC FIC, looking for a pen pal, interesting conversation with enhanced wisdom, patience & self control. Sense of humor a must. SF26418IC
FIC, tall, sexy, blonde, 34, thin, green eyes, super fun & open minded, pictures upon request. KL26419IC SWtFIC, 32, hot, sexy, looking to find my soulmate. I would love to meet you & turn you inside out with my love. SM26420IC
SWtFIC, 53, seeking older gentleman. In desperate need of a good laugh & some spice of life. I enjoy couple’s time.
Mother of 2 adult children, family oriented is a must. Not afraid to go a little wild. TF26421IC SWtFIC, prison bunny seeking mate. Easter’s here & there’s no Peter Rabbit in sight. Looking for male companion to talk to, write & have visit. If that’s you, please HOP my way. RO26422IC
FIC, 36, blonde/blue, 171 lbs., have 5 months till I max out. Looking for a soul mate to connect with . I’m in school for building trades & work inside grounds. Looking for someone who will be honest, non violent & love to be a family man, 35-50. KS26423IC WtFIC, 27, dark brown hair, blue eyes, 5’9”, mother of 2, country girl, love muddin, bonfires, camping, horseback riding, cowboy boots with hoodies. Easy going, love to laugh & chill. Be here until Dec 2020, looking for someone to talk to, write, & get to know. JL26424IC Tall, sexy blonde, 34, thin, pretty, lonely, ready to play. BILL who wrote me without an address, I need your address. KL26425IC
SWtFIC, 40, nice build, long dirty blonde hair, girl next door type. Looking for men, age/race unimportant. Just want to meet some new people before I get out. NC26426IC FIC, take a leap of faith & write me. MM26427IC
FIC, a little sassy but always classy, blue-eyed blonde. Looking for someone to listen to & laugh with & keep good company. AC26428IC FIC, 47, Puerto Rican Barbie, beautiful, fun, loving, caring, light in the eyes & thick in the thights. I’m looking for donations, companionship, & a good time. TM26429IC
FIC, young, brown hair & eyes, exotic beauty, sweet & fun loving. Pictures available. RH26430IC
WE DO NOT RUN ANY ICLBYL ADS WITHOUT YOUR IDENTIFYING NUMBER. THESE MAILINGS ARE RETURNED BACK TO US, NON DELIVERABLE. ALSO YOU MUST SIGN UP I GUESS TO RECEIVE MAIL FROM LBYL. Inmates, seems you may need to be on some kind of mailing list at the prison. Inquire at your place. Thanks. The Valley Trader would like to thank everyone who places an ad in this column and also the people who respond. The number of responses we have been receiving has been GREAT!!! If you meet that “special person” from communicating through our column, let us know. Did you marry? Are you dating? We would like to know! Write us a short note we can print. Of course, we’ll only print it with your initials. ATTENTION: We have no control over where our Look Before You Leap ads arrive from, and being a free press, we will place them in our column. Some ads may be from lonely individuals who are incarcerated.
Port Trevorton & Fremont Fire Companies’ 12th ANNUAL CONSIGNMENT AUCTION
CONSIGNMENTS WANTED April 25, 2020 – Sale Starts at 8:30 AM Held at Snyder County Produce 6130 South Susquehanna Trail, Port Trevorton
Benefits the Fremont & Port Trevorton Fire Companies & CAM Disaster Response Services & Rapid Response Team of PA
We are looking for the following items for advertising on our sale bill & website. Contact us as soon as possible! Heavy Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Farm Machinery, ATVs/UTVs, Lawn & Garden, Storage Sheds, Truck Loads of Hay, Straw & Firewood, Saddles, Tack & Accessories, Buggies, Carriages, Sporting Goods, Tools, Lawn Furniture, Nursery Stock, Hanging Baskets, Crafts, Household Goods, New & Used Furniture, Antiques & Collectibles, Handmade Quilts
All Vehicles & Equipment must have clear titles & UCC
Donations Appreciated!! No tires, appliances, TVs, Computers or Junk! The consignment committee reserves the right to reject any items. For general sale information contact Jeff 570-765-8676 For Large Equipment, Trucks & Trailers, Etc. contact Joe 570-490-8801 Send Quilts & Rugs to: Jairus Stauffer 570-374-6611 41 Meiserville Rd. Port Trevorton, PA 17864
Donations needed for Silent Auction!! Sale Commissions are as follows: Yard Sale Items – 50% Non-Yard Sale Items: $10-$1,000 – 18% $1,001-$5,000 – 14% $5,001-$10,000 – 10% >$10,001 – 8% Large Equipment: $1,000-$5,000 – 6% $5,001-$10,000 – 5% >$10,001 – 4% MAX $1,000 com./item No Sale Fee – $30
Receiving Hours Friday, April 24, 2020 8:00 AM till 8:00 PM Auctioneers: Beiler & Campbell J. Merle Stoltzfus AU #005403 AuctionZip ID#23383 Live Internet Bidding is available on Larger Equipment Only. Hosted by Proxibid www.proxibid.com
Super issue. See big auction coming on back page.. Lots and lots of events upcoming.