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The Mifl~Inburg Telegraph, MM~llnburg, I ~LF.~, ~ ~.~~ W ~ Ruth KIose Card, s ............................................ 48 28 I Sara Jean Smith At a recent session of Union Coun- A regul, ar meeting of the Mifflin- i i:I Hak s Buicks .............................. 48 28 Elmer Lepley ty Court held in Lewisburg Robertburg Borough Council was held Moo~e ............................................ 39 33 Hazel Gutelius Fritz and Walter Oberdorf, West Tuesday evenir~g, January 18. Wolves .......................................... 39 37 I~ac's Gang ................................ 35 41 Fleetwings ................................. 34 42 Ward's & Geftie's .................... 34 38 Hacky's Ice Cream .................... 34 42 Stees Amusement ...................... 34 42 Kool.tex ........................................ 3rl 45 WOMEN'S LEAGUE W L Maryettes .................................... 44 24 Night Owls .................................. 40 28 Betty's Bees .............................. :.3529 B Flats ........................................ 35 33 Lucky Strikes ............................ 31 33 Bowlerettes ................................ 15 53 BOWUNG SC53EDULE MEN'S LF GUE T~ursday, $matmey 9,0 Cards vs. Wolves Friday, Jsmusury 21 Hak's Buicks vs. Stees Amusement Monday, $emuary 24 Hak's Buicks vs. Wolves Tuesd~, January 25 Stees Amusement vs. Moose Wednesday, J~nu~ry 26 Kooltex vs. Deac's Gang Thursday, January 27 Hacky's Ice Cream vs. Fleetwings Friday, January 28 Cards vs. Ward's & Gertie's WOMEN'S LEAGUE Thursday, Januaxy 20 Betty's Bees vs. Maryettes Tuesday, J~nuary 25 Betty's Bees vs. Night Owls Wednesday, January 26 Maryettes vs. Lucky Strikes Thursday, January 27 B Flats vs. Bowlerettes MEN'S LEAGUE JANUARY 12, 1944 Hak's Buicks. 3 Cards. 1 WY~tson ..... 429 Valentine . . . 480 Middlesworth . . 424 l~.~ush ..... 374 Shively .... 572 Shiveiy ..... 543 I-Iaeky ..... 442 Snook ..... 893 g. Doe ..... 399 Royer ..... 415 Tota~a - 778 734 781 Totals - 705 772 678 JANUARY 13, 1944 Kooitex, 3 Word's & Gertie's, I Shaffer .... 419 Beckley .... 437 OberKn ..... 480 Barnitz ..... 369 ~3ooney ..... 427 Finkle .... 425 ]~]m~s ..... 422 Sechler ..... 454 Totals - 512 595 641 Totals - 549 555 620 JANUARY 14. 1944 Wolves, 3 Deae's Gang, 1 / ~ney ..... 466 Stahl ..... 418 Walker ..... 443 Kerstetter. Jr. . 456 Thomas .... 466 Kurtz ..... 443 Dersham .... 476 J. Doe ...... 890 J. Doe ...... 390 J. Doe ...... 890 Totals - 794 730 717 Totals - 719 726 751 JANUARY 19, 1944 llaeky's Ice Cream. 2 Dent's Gang, 2 Guyer ..... 475 Stahl ..... 534 Strtekler .....470 Kerstetter, Jr... 437 q'rutt ...... 354 Kurtz ..... 444 Steete ..... 519 J. Doe ..... 390 ,L Doe ..... 390 J. Doe ..... 890 Total - 738 668 802 Totals - 696 788 774 WOMEN'S LEAGUE JANUARY 12. 1944 ~t Owls, 3 Maryettes, I ...... 383 Kerstetter .... 284 8tease 309 Houghton .... 365 Rotating .... 309 S~te~ling ..... 364 ]~,t~ley ..... 41S Totals - 471 477 471 Totals * 514 422 449 JANUARY 13. 1944 B Flata, 3 BettY's Bee~. 1 Thomas ..... 319 Buehan .... 343 K~g~ ...... 81 Mac~ ..... 328 MeQueen .... 423 I~barger . .-% . 264 Bee~ver ...... 381 Sr~th ...... 222 Hacky ...... 311 M. Doe ..... 300 Harker ..... 228 Totals - 549 623 571 Totals -~ 602 560 $25 JANUARY 14, 1944 Lucky 8trike~, 4 Bowlerett4~, Middlesworth . . $85 FORFEIT Chambe~ . . . 887 N,*lan ..... $45 Totals - 318 334 365 THANKS [Mrs. Phebe F. Guyer, esteemed Mtfflinburg resident, spent a very pleasant and quiet 92nd birtlhd'ay an- mversary on Sunday, January 16. .She would like to thank personally all the kind friends who contributed to her day af happiness; for their lovely cards and letters, gkfts and flowers, as well as the visits with her dear friends; but t~at w~uld be impossible. Many, many thanks dear friends. Also a bright thank you for the lovely Christmas greet- ings which added much to her hap- pieces. GIYEST lt NlSTER 1~ev. H. O. Reynolds, retired Lu- theran minister of Mif~lir~burg, was the guest speaker Sunday morning ae St. James Lutheran Church, Tur- ~' " botville, and Messiah Lutheran Church, McEWensville. He substi- ~ " tuted for the pastor, who was ill. iii'!: - Tr~ Our Commercial Prtntln~ - Charles Rine JANUARY 22nd-- Mrs. William Ruhl Mrs. Joe Laher Charles Mitch Mrs. Elsie Meyer JANUARY 23r~l--- Paul W. Baker Samuel Frederick Yarger Joseph Emery John O. Klingman Mrs. Dale Englehart J A~,~UARY 24th-- Mrs. W. B. Sayers Sara Ellen Beck Frank Strickler Richard Barnitz Rona]d Terrill Mrs. Landis Yerger JANTGARY 25th-- Wioifred Weft All~ert E. Smith Leroy Gotshall Charles H. Shemory Eugene Arney JANUARY 26th-- W. N. Dotterer Edward Beck Margaret Shoemaker Mrs. David Watson Raymond Emery Beaver Harold R. Smith Hazel Lucile Gotshall Paul McE]]henney JA~NUARY 27th-- Mrs. D. L. Bogenrief J. F. Lohr Marjorie Miller Harold Erb Jean Lorraine Spangler Cadet William Strunk Dorothy Zimmerman Jack Hauck Francis Zeller Clark Shively M]~. ItINGLER HOSTESS Mrs. Irene Ringler was hostess to the A2trutst Bible Class of St. John's Reformed Church at her home on Market Street on Monday evening. Sixteen members were present. The meeting was opened with de- votions wi't~ Mrs. Alice Parvin in ch'arge, after which Mrs. Ringler, president, conducted a short business meeting. The class voted to make a contribution to the March of Dimes Drive. (Mfieers were reelected for the coming year: president, Mrs. Ringler; vice president, Mrs. Clar- ence Chambers; secretary and trea- surer, Mrs. James Culp. The program was then presented by Mrs. James Hauck. During the social hour refresh- ments were served by the hostess. EVAN. C USADEP.S MEET IN MUSSER HOM[E The Evangelical Crusaders held their monthly meeting at the home of William Musser on Market Street on Thursday evening. The presiderR, Isabel Taylor, took charge of the devotions, the ~heme being "Stewardship". Isabel Taylor also presided at the business meeting at whie~ time a number of monthly projects were planned to be undertaken by the so- ciety. A happy social hour followed the business me~ing. Games were in charge of Billy Musser, Jacky Thros- eel and Grace Eisenhuth. Delicious refreghments were serv- ed, c0rtsisting of ~and~viches, pickels, pretzels, peanuts, cookies, cake and ice cream, Those present were: Isabel Tay- lor. Mar~ Eisenhuth. Katherine Spickler, Ruth Spickler, Grace Eis- enhuth, Mrs. Pewterbaugh, Kenneth Del~amp, Jackie Throssel, Billy Brungard, Billy Musser. Prof. and Mrs. Thomas Musser. MOVES TO MIFFLINBUEG Mi~ Sylvia Coffman, dietitian at the Laurelton State Village, has moved from Hartleton to the west side of the double property on the corner of 6th and Chegtnut Street. Miffltnburg. Buffalo township, ~.nion county were placed on prolJation for a year by Judge A. Francis Gilbert after a hearing on a delinquency charge. They were directed to pay $10 to Mrs. Luther Bogenrief for damage to her home. Harry Birtga,rnan was named audi- tor of Hartley township in place of! Harry Fauver, resigned. Court ~pproved the petition of Earl Rodney Dre~belbis to change his name to Earl Rodney Walter. The court earlier, on motion of District Attorney WiMam Lee Sho- wers, nolle pressed (quashed) char- ges against Albert Goodlander, W. M. Pursley and Robert Bilger of the West End, charged with illegal fish- ing. The costs were placed on the county. L. F. Lybarger. Sr.. was n,med master in th,e divorce suit of Gladys M. Wadsworth vs. 5ames W. Wads- worth and John A. Beard, Esq., was named master in the divorce action cf Clara L. Mann vs. Estel N. Mann. ---Miss Thee Smith was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Strick- ]er and daughter Edith on Sunday. Prof. Ly~arger at this time brought the box containing data prepared by him and a committee from ,the Kiwanis Club, to be open- ed by the committee preparing for the Boroug~'s Anniversary in Sep- terttber, 1992. Council will record' this in minutes, and place the box in a oampartmen~ of the B~rough Sae to be kept until that time. A r~sing vote o~ thanks was given by Council to Prof. Lybarger in ac- km)wledgmettt of his efforts to pre- pare t~is information for the future generation. Mr. A~thur Gardner introduced Donalcl Zimmerman, District Com- mander of Air Warning Service. Mr. Zimmerman presented the Council, as representatives of the Borough, with a certificate of Patriotic Cita- tion for cooperation in establishing and manning the Observation Post. Mr. Gardner also expressed appre- ciation of work of Council and di- rector K. E, Kurtz. President of the Counci~l, C. F. Kau~fman acknow- ledged the certificate and the secre- tary was instructed to have it fram- ed and placed in the Borough Office. Report of satisfactory water test THIS NEWSPAPER (1 Y.qll} GREAT MAGAZINES FOR BOTH NEWSPAPER AND MAOAZINES GROUP A --- Seleet Two Magazlnos ~ AMERICAN HOMg _1 Yr. TRUE STORY .... I Yr. 8 AME~CAN GIRL --.--..----...~..6 Me. OPEN ROAD (BOYS) (12 Immm) 14 Mo. [3 PATlt/INDER (Weddy) .... -- : ~.1 Yr. l~ SPORTS A~IELD .............. 1 Yr. OUTDOORS (12 Imues) ........................... 14Mo. GROUP B ---- Select Two Mmgazines D ~X)WER GROVflF, R ._-.....6Me. ~ CHRISTIAN I-I~RALD .... = ......... ..fi Me. PARENTS' MAGAZINE .6 Me. [] THE WOMAN ,1 Yr. f'i PATHFINDER (Weekly) ~ ~ -.---_1 Yr. GROUP C Select Two Magazines C] AMERICAN FRUIT GROWER ..... 1 Yr. ~AMERICAN POULTRY JOURNAL .......... l Yr, [] FA ;tM JOURNAL & PARMER'S WIFE._ I Yr. [3 H(~USEHOLD ................................................ 1 Yr. [] NA rIONAL I/VESTOCK PRODUCEI~_._--__.----_I Yr. POULTRY TRIBUNE 1 Yr. [3 MOTHER'S HOME LIFE ..... 1 Yr. [] CAPPER'S FARMER ...................... : ........... 1 Yr. TMs Newspaper and 5 Greet Meguzines PATHFINDER (Weekly) .... I Yr. ] ALL HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE ..... ~ Yr. ~,v TRUE STORY* .............. : .................... l Yr. AMERICAN POULTRY JOURNAL..._IYr. lrO~ ]FARM JOURNAL & FARMER'5 WIFK.I Yr. ONLY Penaa., T ursday, Sanuary ~::~ Bucknell Bacteriological ~,a~ cry was made by the secreta I C. M. Snyder, Burgess, reported i request to impress upon citizens t]~! value of waste fat to be turned in butcher shops for use in war pr~i duoUom Co~nplaint was made about ea~ and trucks being parked for a fez time where streets are narrow. 0 ernig~t parking is a menace in ca~ of this kind. Section 16 of Tra~fJ Ordinance No. 118 gives police a thVrity to give specific directions parking where nece~ary. HUMMEL HOSTESS TO MUSIC CLUB The Mifflinbuvg Music Club m~ at the home of Mrs. H. M. Humm4 Tuesday evening, January 18tii Eight members and two guests wet~ pre~e~t. ~I~i A report of the nominating corn mittee was heard and approved long with a list of new members. Following the business a program on poetry and music had. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond gave a very fine sele~t~on of written by local authors. It is pretty hard to keep up wi your neighbors without falling hind with your creditors. --Springfield - Try Our Commercial Printine *You m#y select one of the follo, l.Z i poul y Trtb e .lS [ in pl#ee of True Story if you pr~/er/ |R dboo. ........ '.7' I Sport~ Afield ...................... t Yr. C] American Home ......... I Yr. | ~ Afield _.. 2.7S [ Open Ro~d (12 k) ..... 14 Me. ~ The Woman .... 1 Yr. i Suczesdul l~arm~ ~.9.~ I I womm .... 2.ee I I s,m - - . __ 2.7, I g