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January 20, 1944

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Miffltnburg Telegraph, Mlf~l~burg, 1~., Thm~d~y, Sanua~ 20, 1944 D Ol El .. 1 oi k~UOI~HISSIONED ENSIGN his enlistment in June, 1942. He J Naval R e s e r v e Midshipmen's attended the chaplains' school at >an(' ~chool (WR), Northampton, Mass.--- Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind., for teen commissioned ensign in the appointed to the post of chaplaincy t ul~ ~[~liss Mary Erlizabeth G/over has just one week after which he was ,) ~SNR Wave Reserve and was as- of the A. P. Hill Military reserva- :irn'~ [~igned to active duty on January 11, tlon, Va. He requested overseas r~:~9~, for further training at Naval transfer and arrived in North Af- ~|zl'raining School (Communications- r!ca Christmas Eve, 1942. t IW). M ), Mount Holyoke College, South ...... ~_ ~Lt'~ Ensign Glover is t~e daughter of ,Private Raymond GOtshall, sta- ~fRobert V. Glover of Chestnut Street, l ioned at Fort Meade, Marylano, I| ~Mif21ir~burg spent a 3-day furlough with his wife at their home on West Chestnut Street. ~i ~ She is a graduate of Connect.icut ~College, New London, Conn., and VlSrl'8 HERE Seaman Second Class J am e s Troutman, who is stationed with the U. S. Navy at Philadelphia, and wife of Lewisburg, R. D., were guests of the former's brother, Charles Trout- man, wife and daughter Helen of Green Street RETURNS TO DUTIF_~ Seaman Second Class WiEiam RuM returned to his duties with the U. S. Coast Guard, Wednesday, fol- lowing a 10-day leave with his pa- rents, Mr. and Mrs. Letter RuM and grandmother, Mrs. Annie RuM of ~"Happy New Year 1944" and the Green Street. Seaman Ruhl's ad- ~[ wish that Major Irwin would havedress is c/o Fleet Post Office, New ~all success in his activities for car- York City l)ng for all human beings. It was ]~ ~igned "German Prisoners". The HOME FRO~ l~card also contained four-leaf Staff Sergeant John Paul .Taylor; two ~lovers and a mushroom, German who had been stationed in Panama :~good luck symbols, since September, 1941, returned to ~Major Irwin recently completed a his duties following a 16-day fur- l.~ourse at Commanders and Generals lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. -~[~taff Officers School at Fort Lear- Paul W. Taylor of Mifflinburg, R. |~enworth, Kansas Following corn- D. Sergeant Taylor, who entered t ~Katherine Gibbs, Boston, Mass. Since her graduation she has been ~employed as Legal Secretary with S )~ the tandard Oil Company o| New ~ ~Jersey,~'~ 30 Rockefeller Fqaza, N. Y. C. | RFx zIV NEW VZAR'S GREET G FROM PmsoNE i~ Major Ralph T. Irwin, son of Mr. ~||i and Mrs. Webster Irwin of Mifflin- ]j burg, who is staUoned at Camp Jo- ~_~seph T. Robinson, Arkansas, receiv- ed/ted a New Year's card from the Get- |/man prisoners interned there. The M~card, an appreciative gesture of the prisoners, contained the wording of the course he was trans- erred to the Arkansas Camp. Prior his enlistment into the Army 30, 1941, he was a practicing having graduated from the of Pennsylvania, School the service in July, 1941, will be as- signed to duties in the United States. [ HOME ON LEAVE Seaman Second Class Ray Hem- enway, Jr, who is stationed at the U. S. Naval Training Station at Sampson, N. Y., spent the week-end with his wife, at their apartment in the Laney ApartmerLts, Chestnut Medicine in 1940. Irwin and daughter Suzanne also residing in Arkansas. R.H. 705 AA.A, APO 7137, P. M. New York, iN. Y. COMMISSIONED LIEUT. Receiving the silver w, ings of a flying officer and the commission of a second lieutenant in the .A=-my Air Forces at George Field, 1 ,wrence- ville, Ill., this week was ~ight Of- ficer l=~ilip G Herendeen, son of Mr and Mrs. I. C. Herendeen, ot Swengdl, Union County. He was a member of the 44-A class a~ aviation cadets in the advanced 2-engine school. Flight Officer Herendeen entered pilot training last July, and attend- ed flyirtg schools at Orangeburg, S. C., and Shaw Field, S. C., before his graduation at the advanced fly- ing school at ~,eorge Field, Illinois. ARRIVE8 IN ITALY Private Bernard Beaver has ar- rived somewhere in I, taqy according to information received by his pa- rents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Beaver o~ Cowan. He had been stationed in North Africa. Private Beaver en- tered the service April 28, 1943 and went overseas last September 28. Prdvate Ralph Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. W~rd Wagner, Mffflinburg, R. D., who left with Beaver, remain- ed in North Africa, but they were separated when Beaver left ~or Italy. SUPPER Gtrl~TS Private and Mrs. Charles Black- ford of Mh~flinburg were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Eisenhauer of Mifflin- burg, tL D. Private Blackford, who had been stationed at New Cumber- lrnd, bad been granted a week-end pas~. HOME 'ON ~-~'~H P~i~ate Paul W. Eisenh~uer, sta- tioned at Fort Eustis, Va., spen the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Eisenhauer of Mifflin- burg, R.D. Mrs. Eisenhauer and daugh,ter Blanche, Earl Zechman of Laurelton and Miss Winifred Wart of Lewisburg, R. D., accompanied him on the return trip to Harris- burg, Sunday. They also visited wi~h Mrs. Eisenhauer's sider, Mrs. HEAVY FLORIDA O and .... VEGETABLE VA LUES... A re Big at Your A @P for FRESH CLEAN Ibs lb SNOW WHITE head each JUICY, THIN SKIN, FLORIDA doz 8 lb. Ba9 SUNNYFIELD Quick or Regular RELIABLE GOLDEN No Points Needed No Points Needed 20 oz pkg No 2 can Iona Sweet 13 Green Points ASP Pineapple No 2 can 12 Green Points Marlin Nbvinger of Palr0yra. TO FLORIDA, Street.- --P ILLSBURY'S or Sunnyfield" Family Seaman Second Class Robert C. PROMOTED TO SERGEANT P-- WITH THE SICK - memake, son of Mr. and Mrs. -C.o oral William W~lfe, U S =---:----- ...... ----" .................. GOLD MEDAL All Purpose . rp Miss Lou Jane Arnold, daughter [vin Shoemaker of Mfffhnburg, R ........... @[ lb lJ[ @r lb 11A .......... Army Azr eorces WhO m smtmnea of Dr and Mrs Robert D Arnold ~'~ bag I./~ La hag ~e~ % nas oven transterrea zrom me u ........ h v " " " ' w~tn me grouna crew ot a ea y Naval Trainin~, Station at Sam,,- has been confined to her home on ;n, N. Y., where he received ~s bombing squadron in E~agland, has North Fouth Street by illness. PANCAKE---~FLOUR -- :Plll,bur~.', ,...... , been promoted to Sergeant a0ot training, to Florida. His ad-I~ergeanz ...... wolze, wno is' "-~me son Cyrus RuM, well known Union TOMATOFAB 1-" Standard quality --, 13 Grven PO~'~ "~[[[[[[[[:[[[::[::[[:[[[:[.Na.Z0"g'2 ~ l~l{~ re~ follows: iiS--NATC, Pensgco-i . . .......... ! County farmer, ts reported to be re- RITZ CRACKERS ~-- ~ab~eo .......................................... : ................... 1.11~. ~i~. |$ 0t Mr ann Mrs cname~ wo~e ot er t t Fin ' cup ating ~rom a severe a tack of , ' I Vicksburg, has been overseas for~ . PRUNE JUIClZ ---~ ~en l**~nt~ .............. : ................................................. qt. ~ Z~e The youth who' was inducted into J ~ /'~ Grippe at h~s home on Mfllmont, WI~gAV~ES ~-- "ar~dtf~t af Ch~mpioa'. .............................................................. ~k~. tie bir~ ~: ,e Navy October 28, 1943, is re-1 two months. -.---.------ I R. D. Mr. Rub|,. WhO O .~erved his GRAPENUTS FLAKE~ .................................................................................... 12-~ ,]qL 1~ , 89th bzrthday anmversary m October 11. ~I .lving training to become a mech-andll VISITING IN" G~visiting I '1has been' corffined to bed m" his" home n~r~mau~lWALDORF PAPERDExo-'vl~I~.'TABLEA ~z0~.t Tta~,SHORTE~[N~__I.$................................................................. B~n Pomta....3-~.4 r~il~ (1~e15 tM:n ale In the Navy Air Forces Mrs. Stanley Wagner is for more than two weeks i !i ates he likes his work very much. I her husband, Corporal Wagner, who I " " " " - " Flavor Makes it . . . I ]UMBO VALUEI :e was graduated from Mifflinburg is stationed at Greenville. ] Donala c;ox, ~raant son oz ~econa i"hs School with the class of 1943 ~ .... ~ class Seaman and Mrs. John P. Cox America s Favorite/ Marvel m tt ---------- l HOM ON I Yg t GH lot Compton, Calif., is a patient in hi9 Eight 1 % In. O'clock ROMO'I'ED TO CAPTAIN ] Private First Class Charles Mitch, t the Los Angeles Public Health Hos- ..... lb loat 1 lb ] ..... Dated. Enriched ,Ja; P~v Ira F'rantz, a former pastor[Jr., attached to the Air Forces at [pital, with an 'attack of Meningococ- Coffee ~ 41c I ! St. John's Evangelical and Re- ] Miami Beach, Florida, is spending a I eenia. Mrs. Cox is the ,former Ana- t~ormed Church of Miffllnburg, was llS-day ~furlou~h with his parents, Ibel Chambers, daughter oI Mr. and DoA f';~ I Jane Parker |recently promoted to the rank Of[Mr. and trs. Charles Mitch of Mift-lMrs. B. C. ambers of Mifflinburg. ..... 1 lb,,,!,--_--/WALNUT LAYER ~K~aptain in North Africa, where he I linburg. He visited in Reading and I Seaman Cox is stationed with the Coffee ,- o .'uc/r=ke l~erving at a station hospital. The I Harrisburg prior to coming to Mfff- I transportation department of the ~ /~ size nv ~~ Frantz had been serving I linburg on Monday. I toNaVy a San Diego, Calif. According ~mBkar$a . l/ "'Dated [or Freshness" ~ 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---- ~ I latest reports the baby, born Feb- 1 lb m~. O O O O v~'x" ._ ;0nee Z ba s }lC/]aneparker' Privates David Beaver anct t~en-I . . merit and ts considered "out of dan- * Learn the Sheer Delight ot~[ D0nuls I Really Fresh Co ee! [ginia, spent the week-end with the Ige ay Badger, teller at the Mifflin h ISugar doz 16c--Plain doz 15c ' I former s parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray- I .... ~ " ~ - - ~ '- " il I vurg ~an~: arm Trust Company, is ~ M[[l~[~e m~l~m~l~9 |mona Bea~er ana xam y. l able to be out following an attack [ OXYDOL I[ CRISCO ! '~ ~ ]LTle~I[US away * !1 " ~ ~ I,his[;i I,a Grippe, whiChin theCnfined himva to iI)~ lh .m. . . . apartmen~ .utta,o ,ey ~._.~ iar ].~l[ if rrmst of your friends are I Pmvate George B. Khngman, wno J r~. a~.., .... * ~' ..... d,,rtn~ the [ -- DV~ 15 Brown Points [ " a~,ay now---its the service-- I has been stationed at Fort Benja-I'-'-. 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