Ed Holsopple is lobbying to change the name of a Pennsylvania town from "Hollsopple" to "Holsopple." The controversy stems from an old disagreement within the Holtzapfel family as to how to spell their name. They settled upon "Holsopple" in 1880, but the town wound up with an extra letter.
Residents in this leafy community unsurprisingly are mixed on the name change.
“If they’re going to change it, I’m for it,” said Mike Burkett. “I believe that’s the way it was originally spelled.”
Others sided with two L's.
“I’m so used to writing it this way. I’d like to keep it,” Chad Varner said.
“It doesn’t matter, but I’m used to spelling it with two L's,” added Wanda Rager before entering the post office.
One woman remained indifferent to the spelling dilemma.
“It doesn’t matter to me as long as I get my mail,” said Mabel Fox. [Link]