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--- lc a word, minimum 25c and Political rates on reques! WANTED WANTED--Must be clean, free from eyes or snaps. Cannot use woolens lace curtains. No small pieces Mitt. Telegraph. animals removed promptly anywhere. I am as near to you your telephone and dialing 5-2280. T. Hilands. FOR SALE SALE -- 150-41/2 months old Barred pullets. Paul A. Gnat, phone 6-3364. SALE RF~IWI~SR SATURDAY, JANUARY ~2 at 1 o'clock M. Cyril H. Bowersox will sell at public at his home in Penn's Creek, Snyder valuable household goods. JANUARY 29 at 1:30 o'clock William M. Owens will sell valtmble goods on his premises, ~ mile h of Vicksburg. March 8 at 11 o'clock a. m. John G. Swartz will sell valuable stock, farming implements and some goods on the farm known as the Farm, located 1 mile south of Vicks- 2 miles east of Mifflinburg on back to Mifflinburg. ~TIYKDAY, ]~treh 18 at 10 o'clock, W. Shirk will sell at pubic sale valuo live stock, farming implements and goods, mile south of Swengel. Disease tested herd of cattle Some will also be sold. NOqPIOE WAVE--59c[ Do your own with Charm-Kurl Kit. Cam- equipment, including 40 curlers and Easy to do, almolutely harm- Praised by thotmends including June glamorous movie star. Money re- funded if not satisfied. O. R. Laney Co.. February 10th my Tele- Number will be 5-1244 instead of Please save this notice. LEISER'S LEGAL EX][~CUTOR'S NOTICE is hereby given that letters testa- have been granted by the Register i Wills of Union ceunty, Pennsylvania, up- the estate of WM. R. VALENTINE, late Hartle7 township, Union county, state deceased, to the undersiln- havin~ claims or demands the estate of the said decedent, are to make known the same, and all to the said decedent, to without delay to CHARLF~ Executor, State Hospital, Nor- 8][I[ERIPF'S SALE of vainable R~BAL I~TATR virtue of a certain writ of Fieri Faclas, March Term, 1944, issued out of the of Common Ple~ of Union County, and to me directed and de- I will expose to public sale on the in West Buffalo Township, Union Pennsylvania, on SATURDAY, 5, 1944 at 2:00 o'clock p.m. certain portion and tract of land in West Buffalo Township, Union Pemmylvinla, m the public road to the "Fourteen Mile Narrows", and described as follows, to wit: at a point in the center of the Icmdi~ ~m Miminburg to and khowu Ss the new road and Dot~t ol~mmite the property line separat- the land of F. J. Griffith from the land Norris Geiswite; thene~ along the of said road in a south easterly direc- t for a distance of four hundred (400) exact measurement ; thence in a westerly parallel to said boundary line sep- the lands of F. 3. Griffith from the of Mrs. Norris Geiawite, for a distance one hundred fifteen (115) feet exact to a drain ; thence in a north direction, Imrsllel to the line of the for a distance of four hundred (4~0) the haundary line above mentioned; along said boundary or property line to the point of beginning, contain- forty4ix hundred (4600) square feet. i~ erected a one-story frame bung- taken in execution, and to be sold property of Anna Maud Sprow. 20% down at time of sale, halance thirty days. A. PAUL KLINE, i Sheriff of Union County, Pa. ! To the People of this Community YOU CAN AFFORD IT wWYOU_can afford to buy Extra ar ~onas.a.uring this Fourth ar l~oa~ Drlve. knEoVeryone in this community ows incomes, are higher than ever before --that both workers and fartners hgve more c~msh than ever be- fore. Every* on know| t ~'aq't more than o member not of families are income earners -- and everyone knows in wa~es and gal- . outstrspped rising Increased {axes. You to buy Extra War ~l(~tw of fact, you can't to Bu~ Extra War you spena your money goods, you if want the'waryou t afford o buy War ~s. If you want to help that in the service, you can't af- NOT to buy Extra Bonds and if you want a gilt-edged in- vestment for your own future can't afford NOT War Bonds. * ~hust do~ the expected-- e Bonds you can. THE EDITOR. or-AVIrs. T. O. Williamson of Lew- :~own is the house guest of Mr. and i~l-s. Oven E. Sterling this week, Our Commercial Printin~ - m UNION CIRCUIT JOSEPH P. SHEESLEY. Putor GLEN IRON-- Revival services began on Wednesday eve- ning at 7:30 with Rev. Mr. Layer of Middle- burg assisting. Sunday School 9:30. Worship 10:30. HIRONIMUS-- Sunday School 9:30. Worship 2:30. * LINCOLN CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH REV. S. B. BIDLACK, Pastor LINCOLN CHAPEL-- Worship at 10:30. Subject : Only". Sunday School 9:30 a.m. "Jesus REFORMED CYIURC~ REV. J. R. ffrODDT, PMtor MIFFLINBURG-- Sunday School at 9:15 a.m. Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. Youth Fellowsbip at 6:30 p. m. Junior C. E. at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:30. LAURELTON-- Worshi~p service at 7:30 p.m. PRF_~BYT-E~JAN CHURCH REV. STACY L. ROBERTS, Pastor M IFFLINBURG~ THURSDAY, JANUARY 20th. The Vie- tar Bible Class Executive Committee, will meet at the home of Mr. Paul Peters on West Green Street, at eight u'clock in the evening. FRIDAY. JANUARY 21st at 7:80 p.m. the month/T meeting of the Friendship Bible Class will be held at the home of Miss Florence Ir~win on East Chestnut Street. SUNDAY. JANUARY 23rd-- 9:0@ a. m. Sunday School Mr. Paul peters in charge. 10:00 a.m. Worship Service. 6:30 p.m. Christian Endeavor Society. TUESDAY, JANUARY 25th at "/:$9 in the basement of the church the young people will meet for a social hour with games. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26th-- 7:50 p.m. Weekly Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Hour. 8:80 p. m Monthly meeting of the Sun- day School Bo~trd. HARTLETON-- 2:00 p.m. Worship Service. L~AN ~gO~! REV. W. M. REARICK, Pastor MIFFLINBURG-- Church School at 9:00. Mr. Floyd Adams,, svperintendent. Prof. Thero~ Der~lmm, ~- sistant superintendent. The Service at 10:00.Sermon subject: "Help of the Htlpless". Luther League at 6:$0. Vespers at 7:30. Subject: "The Perfect Law". Children of the Church meet on Wednes. day at $ :45. Catechetical Class on Wednesday at 4:00. Junior choir practice on Wedne~lay at 6:80. Mi~-week pr~tyer service on Wednesday evening at 7:30. 8. PAUL~ EVANGELICAL REV. C. D. PEWTERBAUGH, Pastor M IFFLINBURG--- 9:0@ a.m. Sunday School, in charge of Prof. T. M. Museer, Superintendent, and Leon Musser. Assistant Superintendent. You ave cerdially invited to study the Word with US 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship. Sermon by the pastor. 6:80 p.m. ~hri~tian Endeavor. 5:50 Cnmadera meet in the Church Annex. Leader, Eugene Beck. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service. The following program for the second week of the Revival service is : Monday, 24th, Sunday School night, Rev. F. H. Sanders will bring the message ; Tuesday, 25th., Men's Night, Rev. J. F. Diehl; Wednesday, 26th, Family night, Rev. I. K. Baker ; Thursday, 27th, Young People,s service, Rev. G. C. Gabriel ; FridaY, 28th, Women's night, Rev. C. H. Layer; S~turday, 29tb, Sermon by the l~stor; Sunday, S0th, a.m., Decision Day in the Sunday School. ANNIVERSARIES Sergeant and Mrs. Charles H. Shirk of Mlfflinburg were married one year ago on Saturday, January 15. Mrs. Shirk is the former Betty Beaver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Beav~er of Mifflinburg. Ser- geant Shirk, attached to the Infan- try, arrived recently in Ireland. Lt. and Mrs. Ernest F. Kocher of Mifflinburg were married two years ago on Monday, January 17. Mrs. Kocher is the former Myra Barnitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nevin W. Barnitz of Mifflinburg. Lt. Kocher, who is attached to the Heavy Artil- lery of our Armed Forces is at pre- sent stationed in England. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Walter of Mifflinburg will observe the fifty- zecond anni.versary of their marri- age on Friday, January 21. Sgt. Nelson Dreese and wife of West Market Street will celebrate their second wedding anniversary on Friday, January 21. Sgt. Dreese is ~n the Air Corps. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Eberhart of Millmont, R. D., will observe the thirty-sixth anniversary of their marriage on Monday, January 24. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Troutman of h~ifflin~urg will observe the four- teenth anniversary of their marri- age on Tuesday, January 25. Mrs. Troutman is the former C-~lara Der- sham of Mifflinburg. :Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Yohn of :Miff- linburg, R. D., will observe the four- th anniversary of their marriage on WHERE TO GET A MILLION MEN Continued from Page One do work that we consider an insult to our abilities and a waste of our talents. We include a lieutenant, a supply clerk, a carpenter, tw0 fire- men, a company clerk, a dinin~ room crderly, a personnel clerk,~and a latrine orderly. All of us beg~n~ work at 8 o'clock and quit work at 4:30. Most of us do nothing or next to nothing because other people do our work for us. Others of us feel those above them are needlessly held here because they do all their work for them. The first group includes the lieutenant, the carpenter, the fire- men, the personnel clerk, the dining room orderly, and the [atrine order- ly. The other group of us includes the company clerk and the supply clerk. We will now explain: First of all, take Pat and Bob, the two firemen. They each work on a different: shbft, a day on, a day off. They are supposed to stoke the coal stoves of the kitchen and keep them clean. They also assist the cooks in minor matters, especially the heavy work of lifting crated goods. Pat end Bob are both dissatisfied with their jobs. They throw coal on the stoves and poke them once in a while..As a rule the cooks prefer to adjust them themselves, and the KP's clean them and dump them. Consequently Pat ancl Bob ~ee~ the cooks and KP's make them unneces- sary. They would like to go to the front and see some action. Their commanding officer cannot help them much. The Table of Orders of the regiment requires that he keep two firemen and should ,he release them he mi~h~ get replacements that wouldn't fit in. One of the boys ~s not we41 prepared for the front vnyway, since he has never had any basic. Their problem is insoluble on the regimental level, since replace- ments are not available. The cen- ter of the prolYlem evidently lies somewhere in Washington, in the creators of the Table of Orders. Mike, the dining room orderly, finds his situation similar to that of Pat and Bob. His main duties would seem to be the polishing of sugar bowls and salt shakers and the in- struction of ~he KP's doing tables and dishes. Alq three of the boys find themselves with little to do be- cause of the limRations of their jobs. One of the three i~ a qualified marks- man. Don and Charley are, respectively, supply clerk and company clerk. They each do a good day's work. They are busy enoug~ to be satis- fied l~hat they are essential. Un- fortunately they do their own work, and that of ,their superiors, too. This means that the "topkick" and the supply sergeant spend a good many hours of the day playing pool, snooz- ing, reading movie magazines, and interfering w~th the work of their good clerks by writing personal let- ters on ~heir typewriters. Both the clerks are healthy fellows. 2~hey are not overworked. They both feel their sergeants could stand forma- tions and do wha~ they do without any trouble, since b~h sergeants are inte~lligen~ men and not inherently lazy. When the clerks are on fur- lough the sergeants do manage quite well, in fact. It does seem stupid to ~hem, however, to insist on the privileges of the first ~hree grad- era, or on any privileges at all when a war is going on. Lieutenant Perkins and ,Fred Wrigbye, the personnel clerk, are each in the peculiar position of hav- ing their superiors do all the work while they do nothing. In each case there isn't enough work ~or superior and ~elper to keep busy all day. Their superiors are none of them overambitious; they just like to be mildly busy during the day. Lieu- tenant Perkins is a sharpshooter and Fred Wrigbye is a marksman. Bill and Dave are respectively la- trine orderly and carpenter. Bill cannot do much to the latrine in the morning because R is much in use. It takes him two to three hours to clean it, and fire the stove so the water may be hot for the evening. Tl~at is ~lt hecan doin i an immaculately clean latrine, Dave may, in the course of a month, be asked to pound nails back into the floor, where they have wriggled up, or build a table, a bench, or help a detail scrub a floor. Otherwise he joins the pool games. In total we number nine men. We are more than half the Permanent Party of a squadron, or company. Our regiment ~happens to assign 17 men to each company. We realize that if the necessary, or recommend- ed, number of reductions were made in our personnel, those remaining would have to work very much hard- er than they now do, with fewer leaves and longer hours. However, we also realiz~ that t~he sacrifice of leisure would in n~ way equal the sacrifices other American soldiers are making in the ~ountains of It- aly, or the jungles and colds of the Pacific, nor ~hat of fathers separated from their growing children. We wonder if the Army could not find its million needed men hidden some- where among the regulations of the Pentagon. :H it looks hard, it may find them wandering like shades in the basement corridors of a labyr- inth in Army bureaucracy. Christian Science Monitor ~ 1-4-44. MRS. SCHOC HOSTESS The Women's Missionary Society cf the Presbyterian Church met at the home of Mrs. G. Warley Schoch, Friday evening, January 14th, with fourteen men~bers present. Mrs. Roberts, program leader, read passages of scripture selected irom a book of daily devotion, call: ed "Daily Eight", to assure us that God is everywhere in these days when our need for assurance is so great. After the business discussion di- rected by the president, Mrs. Davtd ~k>ver, a very interesting program was preser~ted. Excerpts on Missions were read by Miss Florence Irwin, concerning "Theology in Jerusalem"; by Mrs. W. W. Irwin about "Disease in In- dia" and by Mrs. Warley Schoch concernir~g "Orien~:l Brother Chris: t~an~". ~Ixs. Roberts talked about the Gripsholm, the repatriated mission- aries and the missionaries in Colom- bia, Sot~th America. Mrs. Howard Hopper gave a talk on her husband's work in the Naval Hospital ~t Corona, California. He is now a chapt~in with the Marines in or near Pear~ Harbor. The meeting adjourned to meet February 4th at 2 p.m. at the home at the president, Mrs. D~vid ~lover. JOHN ~HAMBEItS C~LF.~RATES BIRTHDAY AN~IVEItSA]gY John Chamber~, 'son~ of Mr. and Mrs. George Chambers of Mifflin- burg, entertained six of his fr:end~ a*. a mov,ie party in commemorat':an of his 14~th birthday an~ver.sary on January 8. Following the movies the group was served refreshments in the Ohambers home. Games and coasting were also enjoyed. The OUR Bible Class of St. E~angelical and Reformed SundaY: School celebrated the llth an,nivers, ary of the class at a tureen supper held at the church, Tuesday evening. The class song, "Onward Christian Soldiers", was sur~g as the surrounded the ta~es. This was followed by the invocation by Rev. J. R. Stoudt. A delicious supper was horoughly enjoyed by all after which the president, Mrs. J, It. Stoudt, conducted a brief buglr~ss : meeting. Members answered to roll calll and minu'tes were then read. The president appointed committees for the new year. An excellent an- nual report was then presented, by the treasurer, Mrs. Reuel Mitchell. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. E. R. Zimmerman. Devo- : tions wilt be in charge of Mrs. Hul- don Wagner and enter~alnmen in charge of Mrs. Charles Zimmerman. The following program, arranged by Mrs. James Sauers and Mrs. Roy Wagner, was then presen.ted: piano solo, Evelyn Kelly; recitation, The Preacher's Son, John Stoudt; reci- tation, "A Child's Prayer", Joanne Stoudt; solo, "A Lullaby", Mary Wagner; recitation, "The Party Line", Lois Erdley. The me0ting closed by the group siRgir~g Auld Lan,g Syne and was d, ismissed with the Mizp~h benediction. HOSTESS TO ~*rIIJ~NG WORKEI~ Mrs. N. J. Dubs was hostess the Willing Workers Class of the *~ Evangelical Church at her home on Walnut Street on Saturday Sixteen members were present. The meeting was opened with"t, rations with Mrs. C. D. and Mrs. Ray Taylor in During the opening services member related how they brought to Christ. The president, Mrs. Clyde presided at the business meeting. The meeting was closed with Mizpah. During tha social hour the iainment committee, consisting Mrs. Harry Brungard, Mrs. Oscar Bowersox and Mrs. DUbs, charge, after which were served by the hostess .... The next meeting will be held the horpe of Mrs. Sumner HOME P~ON The ~ ~s the army of Protection" in action. The child the heart and center of its activto ties,~his welfare, Rs greatest prob- lem,--his salvation from the drink h abdt, its holy purlm~. The wc'ru Invites to membership women who ~ove their homes wi.ll protect them; women who their ch,ildren and will them; women who love their coun- try and witl battle in its defense women who love God and humanRy and will entist in His name. We invite you to join. our ranks,--- to be courKed ta this active ~ervtc~ for the home against the liquo~ t~affic. r FOR .... @ Birthday WeddingAnniversary Birth Friendship Convalescence 12 beautiful cards with matching --> Sold at