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---Mrs. Gdo'rge B. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Penman and Mrs. Jane Sauers of Williamsport visited with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert C. Chambers and Mrs. Wilmer Harter and daughters of East Market Street, nda) with the former's too- Thursday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Amelia Harter of York. ---Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Y. Chain- were accompanied on the re- bern were dinner guests, Sunday, of trip, Sunday, by Miss Helen Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Klose of who spent the week-end with West Walnut Street. brother-in-la¢ and sister, Mr. Mrs Allen Schoch. --Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Chesnut vis- ited with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas vIrs. Jonas Clair and son DornRogers of Milton, Saturday. mpanied Mr. Clair to Lewis- --Robert Erdley, who spent the ~, Sunday, for several days visit winter with his son-in-law and dau- Mr. Clair who is employed at ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Bower- place, sox of West Walnut Street, left Fri- VIr. and Mrs. George L. Grove day for an indefinite visit with Mr. [ daughter Jean Marie spent Sun- and Mrs. Clarence~Kleckner of Cen- afternoon and evening with Mr.treville, the latter :also a daughter. [ iglrs. Floyd L. Arbogast and--Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Catherman of Lewisburg. of Millmont, R. D., called on Mrs. Iarter, and sisters, Misses Walter Packer at her home on rme and Irene Harter of Green Street, Friday afternoon. visited with Mr. and Mrs. ---Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Sterling of Green Street, Thurs- cf Harrisburg spent the week-end Janet Mensch, Miriam and-Dorothy Jean Knauss Recital present- Gtes in the Baptist Church, Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Glenn Burkholder were Sunday after- md evening guests of Mr. and ~Rufus Beaver and family in ~ace. .'. and Mrs. Earl Kleckner re- on Monday from several days Mr. and Mrs. Oren Shoe- and son and Mr. and Mrs. Enfield of York. and Mrs. Glenn Z. had as dinner guests in their ~, on Chestnut Street, Thurs- Dr. C, F. Anderson of the State College Faculty, and Nell Bitting, stu- the college, who were en- in teaching in the Schools. and Mrs. Harry Brungard with the latter's brother. Herman of Livonia on Sun- and Mrs. Leisenring, Misses Ferrier and Betty Fisher of ~ort visited with friends in place on Sunday: - from Mifflinburg who at- a meeting of Shikelimo Chap- Daughters of the American Re- held in the home of Mrs. Meyer, Lewisburg, Monday were as follows: Mrs. A. C. Mrs. R. S. Gutelius, Mrs. Rearick. Mrs. F. M. Earnest, Mrs. Arthur F. Gardner, Mrs. Spigelmyer, Mrs. Harry F. C. W. Pewterbaugh, pastor the Mifflinburg Evangelical left Wednesday to attend ~nnual conference of that de- at ~erwick. The con- will close on Monday. and Mrs. Francis Sterling Bob were Sunbury visitors afternoon• and Mrs. t~dward Smith and b Jane Kabatchnick were Sun- on Saturday. and Mrs. J. Fred Klose were visitors on Saturday eve- P. Lustig and Miss Harriet of Bloomsburg spent Friday with Mrs. R. Leopold. Leonard Schreckengast and Carol spent from Saturday with the former's hun- Philadelphia. Throssel, a student at Business College in Philadel- spent the week-end with her Mr. and Mrs. John Throssel. • and Mrs. Kenneth Ruch and Beth of Selinsgrove were of Mr. and Mrs. My- on Saturday. They also friends in Mifflinburg. Mrs. Edward Smith vis- friends in. Lewisburg on afternoon. Elwood Moyer spent Sun- with her husband at Cumberland. MarY Elizabeth Stahl of Dent the week-end with her Mr. and Mrs. Charles Helen Leitzell of the Lau- Village spent Monday and Mrs. David Kelly and r and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond famiW. and Mrs. Landes Yerger were evening visitors at the i of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Roush and Mrs. Francis Sterling, Thomas Houghton and Mrs. were Williamsport vis- last Tuesday. and Mrs. Ed. Hosterman of visited with Mr. and Mrs. Roush and daughter on Sun- \ Grant Yarger, Mrsi"Robert and Miss" Emma Bauchman in SunburY on Saturday. C. Norman of Reading several days this week with Mrs. Emma Norman and Irene Normah of West with the latter's mother, Mrs. Geo- rge R. Hickernell of South Fourth Street. Mr. Hickernell left the lat- ter part of last week on a business trip in the western part of the state. --Miss Betty Barnitz was a guest at the Penn State Senior Ball, Fri- day evening• She was also a week- end guest of Miss Helen Jean Sterl- ing, a student at Pennsylvania State College, residing at Atherton Hall. --Mr. and Mrs. Ward Wise visited with Mr. and Mrs. Mason Mussina and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Musser of Milton, Sunday afternoon. --Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Hoover of Selinsgrove spent the w~ek-end with their son, Charles Hoover, wife and son of North Fourth Street• --Mrs. Doyle Runnel ot Shamokin is spending this week with her moth- or, Mrs. Mary Beecham. Mrs. Aida Elliott and sons of East Chestnut Street. Mrs. Michael Cutis of Mt. i Carmel spent the past week with her mother. --Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Youngrnan of Erie. Mrs. George B. Knight and Mrs. D. W. Penman of Williamsport called on Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert C. Chambers and family in this place, Friday afternoon.- . --Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Y. Cham- bers, Mrs. Lee H, Royer and Mrs. Harry W. Klose were visitors in Sun- burg, Thursday afternoon. ---Miss C. Louise Buss spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buss of Dewart. Miss Buss, a teacher at the Louden School, West Buffalo Township, is spend- ing the winter months at the home of Mrs. Emma Norman of West Mar- ket Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Minnick and daughter Ellen Cole of Washington, D. C., were week-end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Lontz. West Chestnut Street, --Mrs. Annie Goodling of Hartle- ton and Mrs. Clyde Stitzer of this place, were dinner guests of Mrs. Walter Packer of Green Street, Thursday. ---Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stuck and daughter Ruth spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mutchler of Fluntersville. --Mr. and Mrs. Robert Post of Lancaster were week-end guests of Mrs. Franklin M. Earnest, Sr., West Chestnut Street. --Dr. and Mrs. Robert Arnold and daughter Lou Jane visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. Ralph Davis of McA1- isterville on Sunday. Mrs. Davis, mother of Dr. Arnold, is recuperating from an illness. ---Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lontz and daughter Mary Belle of Milton call- ed on the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Lontz in this place, Sunday evening. ---James Barnitz, of Baltimore, Md., spent several days last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ne- vin Barnitz of East Chestnut Street. Mr. Barnitz, who suffered with a sinus infection was under the care of a local physician. --Miss Caroline Hauck was a guest at the Penn State Senior Ball, State College, Friday evening. ---Mrs. Edith Kitt of Milton called on Mrs. Charles B. Gaunt, of West Chestnut Street, Friday. --Mr. and Mrs. Scott Walter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wal- ter and son Richard Scott of Milton, Sunday. --Ernest Kocher of Camp Meade, Md., spent the week-end with his wife at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nevin Barnitz, thi~. place. --Miss Kathryn ]vrack, a nurse at the Danville State Hospital, spent Thursday of last week with her sis- ter, Miss Grace Mack of East Chest- nut Street, --Mrs~ Charles Mensch and three granddaughters Mary Anne, Jane and Linda Lou of Star Route, Mlff- linburg, called on the former's sis- ter, Mrs. Scott Walter of Green Street, last week. --Mr. and Mrs: Harry W. Klose called on the former's uncle Reno Crossgrove and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson of Lewisbhrg, Wednesday af- ternoon of last week. and Mrs. Paul Halfpenny and Miss Grace Halfpenny were Sunday din- ner guests of Miss Annie Whltmer and Mrs. Candace Halfpenny of West Chestnut Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Heckman entertained at a turkey dinner in heir home on Green Street, Satur- day evening, the following: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Diehl of Lewisburg ~nd Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Herb- sier of Laurelton. The dinner was in commemoration of Mr. Heck- man's birthday anniversary and Mr. and Mrs. Herbster's wedding anni- versary. --Mrs. Ernest Knauss and daugh- ter Mary Alice of Newport spent several days last week with Mr. and Mr• R. Franklin Brown of West Market Street. Mr. Knauss motored here Sunday for his wife and daugh- ter. --Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoove~' and son moved, Tuesday, from the he, me of Clark Mensch, South Fourth Street to the H. C. Brungard farm, Rebersburg, R. D. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller and family of Lewisburg, R D., moved into the Mensch prop- erty. --Mr. and Mrs. William Sturm and daughter Virginia Kay of Pittsburgh were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Beaver and family of West Walnut Street. The Pittsburgh folk were accompanied on the re- turn trip by Mrs. Sturm's mother, Mrs. Bertha Grove• ~Dr. W. M. Rearick, chairman of lhe nominating committee of the Central Pennsylvania Synod of the United Lutheran Church, attended a meeting of the committee at Har- risburg on Monday. --Rev. and Mrs. P. H. Stahl and Mrs. Fanny Swartz of Lewisburg were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staid on Tuesday. --Paul Bilger visited with Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Roush on Sunday after- noon. --Miss Anna Catherman returned cn Wednesday from a three weeks visit with Mrs. Frank Roher at Mon- toursville. --Miss Edith Klingman, Miss Mary Zimmerman, Miss Irene Reed, La- yard Gotshall of this place and Jack Conrad of Northumberland spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Reeser at York. l aFld ...... MRS. S. M. JORDAN, JR•, Corr'~spondent Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jordan, son Andrew, Clarence Hoffmaster call- ed on Charles Church and sister, Aiice, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J~rdan and son Samuel, Mr. and Mrs. ~. M. Jor- dan were week-end guests of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Nov- inger and Mr. and Mrs. John Spang- ler at Palmyra and Hershey. Paul Gharrett, son Bobby, Andrew Eisenhauer called on Andrew Jordan and Clarence Hoffmaster on Satur- day afternoon, Mr. and Mrs, Lester Zimmerman and family called on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Zimmerman, Sunday evening• Mrs. Rose Campbell and two grandaughters of Milton were week- end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Addison C~mpbell. Grant Reigle of Glen Iron ,called on relatives and friends in this place, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Belmar, Mr. and Mrs. William Erb and son and Junior Jordan are spending a few weeks in Lewisburg. They called on Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jordan, Jr., and fvmily, Sunday evening• Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jordan, Jr., and family took dinner with her sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Reigle of Glen Iron, Sunday. Mrs. William Ernest and son Rog- er and Theodore Cromley dined with Mrs. Ernest's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Harry Kline of Millmont, Sunday. Miss Esther Kline of Millmont spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. William Ernest and son Roger. Charles and Bruce Haines of Bal- timore called at the home of W. J. Shambach and family, Sunday after- noon. Pauline Neiswender called on Ruth Shambach, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Shambach and daughter Ruth visited her brother Charles Van Horn, wh'o is a patient in the Geisinger Hospital. Marie Van Horn is spending some time with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. J• Sharnbach and fam- ily. Norman Van Horn called on his sister, Mrs. W. J. Shambach, Mon- day. ~,IV., How the Axis Is Confounded, As Your Interest Is Compounded! ........ "V" Every Bond Buyer Flies Our Flag Higher ! Miffllnburg Telegraph, Mifflinburg, Penna., HOLD JOINT MEETING III ill • Regular meeting of the Women's ~ .mm.m Guild of the Reformed Church, was ~ I~ I held in the church on Monday eve- Aw [][~. ~ • ary ning. This was a joint meeting of the Shikelimo Chapter, Daughters of law Women's and Girl's Guilds A ood the American Revolution met at the low • g ' cor representation of each body was home of Mrs. Henry T. Meyer, Mort-~': 1~ present, say evening, March 2. ~ tow Mrs. Everett Baker, president of After the salute to the flag, the :i~ er the Women's Guild, was in charge,reading of the American's Creed, , ~:.~:. and and after opening the meeting theand the devotional meeting, a brief '~ pre, program was presented, business session was held. ~ yea Mrs. Irene Ringler was chairman During the meeting the chapter ~ hon of the program for the Women's voted $25.00 for a stone in the car- i and Guild and Miss Betty Stoudt for the ilion tower in the Washington Mere- . dau Girl's Guild. orial Chapel at Valley Forge; and .] thrq The topic for the evening was "The also to take 10 dozen packages of ~ I] Youth Movement in the World." Af-"Ginge~ Bread Mix" to be sold at ::~-. and ter a number of readings, the pro- 20 cents per package at the April ~ii: n~ gram closed with a solo by Miss meeting, from the Kenmore Found- Betty Stoudt, followed by the prayer ation, Virginia. ~ day from the prayer calendar• The Kenmore Foundation, a D.A. ]~ Icy The program was excellent• The R. restoration project, !n. its special ~: ter~ April meeting will be held at the work, now the entertaining of sol- ~ : at 1 hume of Mrs. Lee Pfleegor and Mrs. diers in the nearby camp and the sale of Gingerbread Mix is for this purpose. The result of the D. A. R. Essay .... contest was announced. The two prize winning essays on "The Loyal- ists Versus the Patriots in the Am- erican Revolution" were written by Arthur Harriman of the Lewisburg . High School, and by Kenneth Loss of Centreville, of the Mifflinburg High School. The prizes, $5.00 tO each boy were recently awarded in the chapel exercises at each It was planned if possible to have these boys read their essays at the next meeting, ~ book tea, guest ~!. meeting, in the Himmelreich LibrarY in the afternoon of April 6th. The program which followed was : an address by Rev. Thomas Richards, chaplain of the N. E. Penitentiary, ~ on "~piritual Defense." He discussed our material clefense, " then spiritual defense in which best defense is an offense. Miriam Dennis will be in charge of the program. It is suggested that esch member report on her ances- try. Refreshments consisting of ice cream and cake were served. "V" MRS. SCOTT WALTER HOSTESS TO MISSIONARY SOCIETY The Women's Missionary Society of the Lutheran Church held its reg- vlar meeting on Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Scott Walter, with twelve members present. Mrs. D. C. Rossman, vice president, conducted devotions and presided during the business meeting. She al- so gave an introductory reading on the lesson subject. One new member, Mrs. Milan Jamison, was admitted ~o the society. Miss Virginia Anspach was pro- gram lea~ier, the topic "Lord Teach Us to Pray." BUCKNELL'S ~MEN~---~MENT SCHEDULED FOR MAY 23 Commencement activities at Buck- nell University will be curtailed this year, with only the major events re- tained as the college completes plans for speeding up graduation exercises. The annual Baccalaureate service has been scheduled for Friday eve- ning, May 22, with all other Com- mencement festivities listed for Sat- urday, May 23, when the traditional alumni reunions will take place. Bucknelrs 92nd annual Commence- ment will be held in Davis Gymna- sium on Saturday afternoon, May 23, having been advanced two weeks from the date originally announced before the l.~iversity decided to ac- celerate its progran~. Bucknelrs June term will open on Monday, June 8, and will continue for 12 weeks for most students. Freshmen will be admitted to the University in June, and also at the start of September and February terms. BIRTHDAY DENNER Mrs. H. Brinton Gerhart of Hus- tontown, the former Julia Steese~ of Mifflinburg, was guest of honor at birthday dinner held in the home of her mother, Viola Steese, East Walnut Street, Friday evening. Mrs. I Hannah Kistler and Mr. Gerhart werealso guests at the dinner. _ __-- LA-- Mr. and Mrs. Elwood of Mifflinburg, R. D., will observe ~: the fifth anniversarY of. their mar- rmge on Friday, March 6. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zimmerman of Mifflinburg will observe the twen- ty-sixth anniversary of their mar- rlage on Wednesday, March 11. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Laney of Miff- linburg will observe the fourteenth anniversarY of their marriage Wednesday, March 11. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jr., of Philadelphia will ob:serve third anniversary of {heir marriage on Wednesday, March 11. Mrs. Rock- well is the former Anna Stover, ghter of Mr. and Mrs. George er of Mifflinburg, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond of Mifflinburg will observe the teenth anniversary of their marri- age on Thursday, March 12. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staid Of~ Mifflinburg will observe the twen- ~. ty-ninth anniversary of their mar- riage on Thursday, March 12, Even a Little Shaver Should Be a ~ Nation-Saver! "V" Don't Waste Waste Paper! AT THE TOP OF THE LIST f