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) " ', " : := - :::;i; :!:!/ raP_ inn-, i . i ,millli er, to vo .l ear qd mnumn nu i | ,,,,,,ndpmm Telesmph Pz~a, he., Publfsbe~ htered u 8eeend Cluo-Matter st tbo Poet Office. MlfflJnbur$, PS. under the Act of Concreu of Mar~ $2.00 Per Year. Published Every T] 8h MI:FFZXNB~G, P~A., THURSDAY, FEBRUA.RY 17, 1944 f|i*i : NO. I.,,,... ~ W'Nr_ _ I MI,~k~ l%F, IC~IH~NB,A61FI BRIDE ~li' WW, DR, BURNS RJ~,ARIC1K IN~ I P ,, ~ ,m :: /n nl 0 I[~ u-- =, I ghter of Mr. and Mrs. William Rei- J ...... I Dr. Burns Rearick, of Carlisle, [ .... -- __ , uddenlv I chenbach, of Sunbury, became thetE]~]ra~.d t0 Wed ]son of Dr. W. M. Rearick of Miff-lW~r L~ fl||n~' : , 8 [ bride of Ivan G. Noll, son of Mr. and [ -----~--~ ........ J linburg, sustained injuries as the re- [ ..... Wlmmn 'mmn, l,m, vmU, .r M. Herr of 536 Chestnut] Mrs. John Nell, of Lewisburg, R. ~--: :--~ ..... [sult of an automobile accident which[ Union Coun.ty has gone over the died suddenly at 'his home.on I D. 3, in a single ri,ng ceremony per- ] :~!~! / occurred at Harrisburg on Friday [ top in the 4th War Loan, it was ......~ evening, February 14 at I formed Sunday afternoon, February t Iii.i ~ t[~ ] evenin.g.~" Dr. Rearick suffered a ~ nounced this., week. According to uri- c,oct, following a heart attack] 13, at 2:30 o'clock in the Evangel[- I | " " ~. ". i: [ fractured rib and concussion of the [ official figures issued on Wednesday, ~.~edan hour earlier, t cal Church at Loganton, by the Re,,. r t~: :~ ~~ [brain. He was taken to the Car-[a total of $741,000 in War Bonds was:!! Herr was born in Clinton[T. R Husler, a former West Milton[ [i::;: ~ ~~ ::~:~i~:| |lmle Hospital. Latest reports are [purchased during the drive.. The R_y on December 21, 1890, the [minister. [ . ~.__.~ ~:~:~| ]that he is improving satisfactorily. [The county quota was $723,000. Con-: :: ~f Wesley; and Maggie Herr. He ] The bride was attended ,by her sis-/ ~~" : i~!: ~:i~:| [ Dr. Rearick and three other den-/siderably more is expected when all:: :ucted an it~surance agency in ~ ter, Mrs. John Maurer, of Sunbury. [ ~1%:!: !":)~:ii~| [tists had attended a Dental Clinic [repo~ts are returned, i !ir~burg, was Justice of the I A brother, Clarence tbeichen~ach, I ~:i ~ '~:% " : ::~| |at Harrisburg and enroute through | Chairman William J. Busser 'of ~e and also Borough Auditor. | served as best man. [ ~': ~% ~ | |the city, the car in which they were |Lewisburg, wishes to express his : ~err was active in civic affairs/ Following the ceremony, the / ~!I'7~ . ~ '| |riding w.a:s struck by another auto- [thanks and appreciation to the corm-::: Was interested in the progress] couple left [era short wedding trip[ ~i~'~::?:, , '| ]mobile at a street intersection. |ty chairmen and to the residen~ of : ~:Velopment of the community. I to Reading where the groom is em-1 ~ii~~=~ ~%~ " / ! _ | the county for their splendid re- : ~I p commander of Them-[ ployed as foreman at the Ordnance I F I ~......k r'"'''l ..l'~pnse- ~|a.pham Post, No. 410, Amer-/ Service Command Shop. He expects | n ! ~,i~V]l, Uql'Ig,ii ~UuruLiqd0LJL JLJLII'| However, even though the county: ~-gmn, a member of the ~Iiff- ] to be called to the army sometime / [ | ]qR dl~ | quota has been topped the individual :': ~g Lodge, No. 370, F. and A. |next month, and in the event of ac-}] | flemuar essl0n |quota has not been met, and rest' : ~a member of the Mifflinburg | eeptance, his bride will remain with ] L~ ~ : ~ | ~ [ dents are urged to continue buyin~ ~:: mt Church ~ A regular meeting of the Mifflin -- ~'.~ . her parents and continue in h_r/ Mr. and Mrs. Aaron S. Hassinger| ..... :| bonds Credit will still be given oxl':ii $1:~ng m addition to his wife position as inspector at the Sunbury ~of Lawrenceville, Pa., formerly of[ burg ~orough C ounc~.l was nelo | all bonds purchased up until and in,% ~e ~s one brother, Harold M. [ plant of'the Westinghouse Electric ~ Laurelton, Pa., announce the en-] Tuesday evening, l~eoruary ~s. [ eluding February 29. :~Salona. [and Manufacturing Company. ~gagement of their daughter Elf[e| A purchase of chairs for new] -------~l-------- ::: r-~, services will be held on i ---~-~-~m-~-~ [Jane to S/Sgt Lawrence ~hively | council room and typewriter oes~|wwm ..m ~ ::: afte ~q | ' " " J,_~ moon, February 18 at i A ~ ~ m I son ~ Mr ~nd Mrs Ray Shivelv [ for office was authorized. ] W~|d ~ ~ : ClOck " .... " "' " " ins r t t ut -. vmm~m i~i v~ ~clc at the residence, with [|~~ lJA~ll0n t Laurelton Pa [ ~lectr,cmn was t ue ed o p [ g . ~am ~n~ Ivq~i~ , " . . ~" ester W. qmmby, pastor] ~ ~ [ WIiss Hassin~er is a =raduate of] a new swatch box m Academy Com-[ ~ ..... ~--~L ~ ]pe~t Will .be made at Lewis- [l~-Vll~ II~M~ [ the class of 1941 She corn"feted[ used when necessary. [ A ~I .... P . ~ l to ~rayer goes out to The body may be viewed at I The Budget Resolutmn Schedule LT~=~ [ The services held at the E~ange-]one year of work at Mansfield State| ) people the world arouad ,~-.~ ee on Thursda evening. ' " C, for 1944 was read by secretary . "" .... Fce...~.~~ursaay e Ileal Church on Sunday mormng and lTeachers .College, Mansfield, Pa., [ ....... i-- w-s I World Day of Prayer, F~iday, Feb~ ~. ana passe~ oy counclJ ~c on a ~-- ~ ~. mm [ evening proved to be most outstand- [ and attended the Good~vi/~ School of [ " ] ruary 25th, 1944 at 3"45 in the Me _ 1 I aUCCeS~ul The services be- Business at William~,~ Pa onanalso taken to set value of Water l ...... " _ " "ng Y " [ ' ' "" ........ ' in mocust ~nurch. May we enter L~: bleriin Plant and franch,se at $175000 g I Fan with a very well attended Sun. ] is now employed in the Premium } . ........ _.y,..Pln. Jthisservicewithanewearnestne~ ira- n m.a [day School .Session. The mornlngIoffice of the Ingersoll-Rand Corn-[steaa.~om ~,,~u.utro'~;~[~' "u'~/"2~.?)00~.'gnt~ t-a tI V~orld Day of Prayer will :~ nyth, (new -7 ~05 } Arthur Gardner presiding The fea etthecatxorts "Sch 1 at Yale nlve it ~[ ~o 'u~"i heel i sh~p " ~ U~II~ [ worship service was m charge of [ pany, Painted Post, New York. I --~---~--------- [ .observ~l. in Army ~nd Navy can~ ~.]~" Sterling of Green Street, [ the pastor, Rev. C. D. Pew.terbau.gh. [_ Sgt. ShLvely is also.agraduate of [CHARTER FOR S~/]KNGEL Trader camps and in Defe~e:; -. Of the A complete program o[ an servmes Haruey townsmp n~gn ~cnool m E S ED Areas. :: Hagerstown Owls of , iv li t in th, (T2~ETERY TO B ~ , . L~er.tate Baseball Lea~,e wa$1Was contained in a very attract class of 1940, and en sed At a recent meeting' of the con-| It will be a great satisfaction t04 vice ,r,,~ ........ ~'~.'__._ [ booklet [ Army in February 1941. He is a [ ...... 7 ~. ~ / know that while we are e,,~,a~--- d ~-~nual leam~e meetimt held ] .Professor Thomas M. Musser ot [ Ground Mechamc m the Army .~r [ i, ~,~,o-~,el i* was decided to und~r- | this program, those of our tamili~ ~- '=" " " " ]e ........~ ..... Monday when ,,lans for the [ Mlfflinburg made the dedmatory ad- [ Corps and is statmned at Glenda , [ *-k^ "h^ matter of securin~" a cl~*rt ] who are serving in the m-ra.~l for~ ~ ,,[ dress at the morning servme. A song]Calif. / ~r for "he old Cedar Cemete,'-, 10- [ are partimpating in the ~; ' n" ~ ~ ,- t d ' wn has ti w serv|ce was a feature of the eve mg ]~ . vice. ~V a ~pp .~i~[ ....... ': " :. ~,~'mmm ~'- u ~n [eated directly m back of the Swen-I ...... ~.~:; ~e Intet~tlatl&nal Leaguel service. At~ aotn s~rvtces spec:al[N| aRilBne i- l 'Zni~n Church Buildin~ This| This is not a day for entertain~:~{~ 1 W~leh it gains -playing tal-I musical numbers were presented, l~'~&~ a@&~ll~l~ I~i81~ 1 cem~ was original;y t~" result [ men~ hut for prayer .... :,~?.e!ub franchise ~,as origin-[ At the morning service $1500. m [p._~Al ~___~iL__ S-- ]of the labors of Lincoln Halfpenny ] Lay aside your household dutie~ :! ~u~lbury, having been placed [ casn. was g~ven- Lmrmg me evem.ng i It~l ~][~[[~I 1U |then a resident on what is now the [ for an hour or more and spend that- a~r ~ S~ rvlce ~ID~ i~ was glvegl WhiCh ~TJ" terling at the time the ] " . " " "' - --"'^ ^^ f r -h -a- [~ U -- I Earl Shirk farm near Swengel. Of [ time in ,prayer, .seeking God s guid, j ~"~ orgal~zed. [ n,am~e a total o[ ~lt~:~J.t~J :_or me a***: I wea Inmare I more recent years, "Grace and Paul l snce tn the affa, rs of the world. ~.!m~_--'-----~l~~ | -*ne congregauon expresse-s lt~[ ...... I ........... l The program is under the dlre~! ~tal:penny cniloren oz tree rounaer, t(~ ~ } thanks and appreciatmn to all who [ A March wedding is planned by [ .... ~. .... a--'~'~erin~" the care of [ tion of the Women's Missionary :So":: e helped to make the day successfu, Miss r ~f [ , } ' Ma garet Louise Stephens, [of the cemete~-, With the shifting [ c'eties of the five churches. ::: ~:ourg residents are remind-[ and to all who contributed to the | daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George A. |o* -o-ulatlon ";nd removal by death [ ~~----"--'- : ~ .~RnUal Daffodil Tea to be[ fund. A numbe~" of very fine con-]Stephens of Chevy Chase, whose]-.~ v , . , : ..... "=____~]~_ __ | ~ ~!~ ~:y L:~lsburg Civic Club i thtebU:oiO=~tre wgihv::ynPTPml:Of[ engagement to Aviation Cadet Ro]-I~: [ gl' l] Lo WOOa Z-' ~ernoon February t Y " [ lin Walker Quimby, son of the Rev. [ "-ermaner~t -lans are made for its [ m mm m ~mm m ~,d to.5 o'clock in the Re-[bers of this church. The membersland Mrs. Chester W. quimby of]~,o T~ ~ on~ ~rk ie now un-[A~|N H~ r_|~. ::~ _J'--aure~, Lewisbur~ of the church greatly appreciate it, [ Mifflinhur~ P~ hoe 1~ .......... I ................. .~ ~ . . ]mms~mN ~numov~l,l~ v,ni~ ~-~'-]~ "" [and also the services of Mrs. Robert [ c-ed- ........................... [d:: fWrr:my twO~:hu~: L b:~ls2ef2t:h~ [ ~r~ank L. Wood was reelected pre- ,~cD~,~"~ JUST AR]g~ Steans as guest organist and Miss } Miss ~tOphens will be graduated]es .......... '-" ~" ....... in the/sident o2 the Mifflinburg Music Club _lk .... ~v,a,y ,,,~s-~r as ~ue ~ ~. I this month from Ohio Wesleyan [ .... ,^_. ~ at a meeting held m the Wood home, ~[~ .~[or k;ddir~s :rid d 1Nal~:t~! [ Mrs. C'~oyd Mark presided at ~hedl University' where she is a member I':~A'll~p/rsons owning a plot or hay tEast Market Street, Friday evening. mm~ g'rs--dar" g piano and John Throssel direc Icf Alpha Xi Delta the A Cappella[ I "iv buried in thec'emeter[" /Other officers elected ~'ere as [ol- In a ]a ' " ' mg re at es ' y, ~_~l .___ rge selection. ]the chow. [Choir the YWCA cabinet the Wes-I ~ ,,,.,~ ~.. ~,,,~ *h~ .... i~*an-el lcws Mrs. Geol~ge Klingman, 1st o~I~PSTORE Milton" , | ' ' ~ a.= u.s~ ~,, ,~,,~ ~,,--- --~ ..... v Ic r ~W~.~,~: , ] ~~---------- , leyan Players and the staff of the [:n the realization of the des[red end. [ 'e p esident; Miss Janet Mertch, : ~R'~'~-~'~"*~'~'~ [ I-Ad~l~ D~@~ A~i~ [ campus news publlcatmn, The Tran-]All interested persons are invited to ]2nd wce premdent; Miss J an.e Beav-::: ~_ ~ ~,'~ ~tj~ [ i~vJ~ mv~ ~ql~ [ script. ~ direct their requests for informa- [ or, reco.r~mg secretary; M~ss Alice IN COLINTY |IF -- U [ Cadet Quimby is a graduate of[ t'ion directl- to the-astor of the J Hassenplug, corresponding secretary; ' ~ew miners , Ohio Wesleyan University, where he [church Rev~. Theodore S-heifele, at I Mrs. j. s. Pur~ll, treasurer; MRS.. : ~~ ~i~a W~mer ^. [ [ was a member of Murphy Hall Ore-[ .... ~^- "Th^ -hone number is ]Carroll Reeser, accompanist; Mrs : ......... ,s ] Thomas It. Clapham Post No. 410, [tcron Delta Kappa Delta Sigma .... [ I