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m~m~rmurg Temgrapn, ~InJm~, Penn~, Thursday, January 20, 1944 Auxiliary of Thomas H. Clapham held its regular meeting in the .'ion Room, Borough Building, Ly evening, January 12. Mrs. F. Gardner, president, pre- guest speaker, Mrs. W. G. of Lewisburg, Central Di- spoke on proposed veteran. and the necessity for im- :ediate personal cofftact with our gislators. "Mrs. Painter presented the unit $2.50 for having r~eached membership quota by the end of ~e round-up_. Appreciation was ex- to~rs. C. M. Steese, mere- chairman and also State De- vartment membership chairman for ~er untiring efforts in the recent ,~embership round-up. "Th "~ e unit voted $2.50 to be given m) the Club Mobile Unit. The Club ~obile sponsored by the Penn%~l- aania Department of the American ~gion Auxiliary is now cverseas gone with Che ad~'anced unit Italy. A contribution of $3.00 was lade to the Junior Baseball pro- the American Youth program. voluntary contribution of mem- was made toward the March Dimes Campaign. the meeting a social "ur was enjoyed during which time were served. Mrs. Schell and Mrs. C. M. Steese as hostesses. monthly meeting of the ~iary to Yoder-Zimmerman Post V~VV, was held Thursday eve- in their rooms above the Miff- Hard`ware Store. Mrs. Paul presided over a routine bus- meeting. Plans were made for card party to be held at the meetirtg, February 10. The wiU be used to help pay ,materiv~ the, auxiliary uses ~ ~f:~ ~m}~ Supplies mefl. sm" contest in the Schools will get under way and plans were discussed handlirLg details. members enjoyed a social following the meeting, playing GUEST AT SHOWER Elizabeth Sterling, a student Wilson Cotlege, Chambersburg, guest of ~onor at a k itehenl and bridge luncheon given Miss Nancy McCormick, a stu- art Holyoke College, South Had- Mass., at her hrome in Lewisburg SteHing's engagement to Ca- Vtrilliam Diehl, U. S. Army Air Santa Ana, Calif., was re- 'flY annuonced. Mrs. Harold M. Hummel, Heine Economics instructor in the Mifflin- burg Public Schools, was the guest speaker at the regular meeting of the Kiwanis Club held Monday eve- ning in the Hotel. Mrs. Hummel gave an excellent and informative discourse concerning the accomplish- :nents attained by pupils taking the Home Economics Course in the local schools. She also spoke of the meals served and displayed some of the clothing made by t'he girls. Game Protector Fred Fisher ap- pealed to all hunters to submit their 1943 game-kill reports to the Har- risburg o~fice of the Game Com- mission by January 15. Your prompt cooperation in this important matter will help greatly to expedite the tabulation of the game-kill, save considerable time, effort, and money, and avoid the necessity for collecting $2.00 from negligent hunters. If the stub, attached to the license, has been lost it will be satisfactory to use a plain postal card or a piece of paper provided the hunting li- cense number (including the Serial Letter) is given along with the name and address of the individual. Every hunter is required to file a report whether any game was killed or not. -~, FIRE INSURANCqE OO. REELF_L-'TS OFFIOERS Charles R. Ruhl, of Millmont, R. D., was reelected president of the Buffalo Valley Farmers' Mutual Fire Association at the annual meet- :ng of the board of directors at Lew- isburg. J. O. Slear was renamed vice president; William Stahl, trea- surer; and J. ~M. Gundy, secretary. Other members of the board are: W. J. Erdley, Hiram A. Waiter, C. C. Shirk, Andrew J. Kelly, C~em Miller, Henry Schnure, Arthur S. Snyder, Sills W. Huff, C. A. Brown and Charles M. Meyer. VISITS DAUGHTER Mrs. Josephine Hayes, an employ- ee at the Laurelton State Village, spent the week-end vcith her daugh- ter, Mrs. Glenn Au~iller and family of Bellefonte. She was also a guest at a bridge party Saturday evening in commemoration of the sixth wed- ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Aumiller. Mrs. Hayes spent" Sunday and Monday with Mrs. Belle Stapleton and daughter, Mrs. Mary Lenhart of Lewigburg. GARDEN ~ TO MEET AT VICKSBURG The Vicksburg Garden Club will bave its monthly meeting January 28 at the home of Mrs. Myron Kleck- ner at 1:30 p.m. With this time of WE'RE STILL YOUR BEST BET FOR.-.. -- Whether for new work or remodeling -- e All Lumber Items... u -- We have the HOMASOTE building board e e WE SOLICIT YOUR ORDERS AND INQUIRIES @ CHARLES M. SNYDER MIFFLINBURG, PENNA. confusion and so many jobs to do it is very fitting to have Miss Mac Kemp, Home Management Special- ist, with us that day to give a talk about "Time And Motion In The Home". SENIOR CLASS PLAY SCORES SUCCESS Continue~.from Page O.e Dorothy Travers, known as Dotty and Daffy, a younger sister, were impersonated by Louise Burrey and Novella Anne Ilgen in versatile style, shifting from adult to juve- nile roles. Jimmy and Freddy Rand, college boys, were portrayed with equal ~:bility by Robert Adams and Rich- ard Zech~man, also changing from adult to juvenile roles. .Mrs. Phyllis Travers, a beautiful and impetuous widow, was effect- ively played by Roberta Shepherd, with poise and skill. Paxton Belmont, presumably a rich widower' and his son, Jack, ~ere handled humorously and in characteristic English manner by Nevin Wehr and Ken'neth Keefer. Mary Kathryn Speece, as Hester HaIley, a man-hatlng old maid, managed her role with conviction. Hugh Rand, a millionaire, played by I-larold Dreese, arrived from South America just in time to save everyone, and a situat4on that was becoming more complicated by the minute. Following Act 1 Miss Vivian Mensch very beautifully sang, "In- d'ianc Love (2all". She was accom- panied at the piano by MAss Frances Jean. Mitchell. Between Acts 2 and 3 Robert KTingman in behalf of the members of the class, presented Mr. Swanger with a gift, as a token o~ appreciation for the interest he has manifested in the class and also for his untiring efforts which resulted in the ~Sresentati