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. o The ~fflfab~s Tdegrsph, Mifflhtburg, Pu~us., Th~'sd~, March $. Rand MRS. S. M. JgRDAN~ SR., C ..... p:ndeot Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Neiswender and Mrs. Charles Neiswender at- tended the Orville Zimmerman sale. Saturday afternoon, at Mifflinburg. Mr. and Mrs. Saturn'/ Jordan, Jr.. and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wallace in Miffllnburg, Sat- urday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gharrett and son Bobby of Mifflinburg called on her paren,*s. Mr. an:l Mr.~. S. M. Jor- dan and son Andrew. Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jordan and son Andrew and Mrs. Charles Klose and son George spent Wednesday evening with Mrs. Owen Stees in Mifflinburg. Mrs. Martin Eisenhauer of the Brethren Church, Mrs. S. M. Jordan were Sunbury shoppers, Friday inerrant. Mrs. LesSer Zimmerman and fam- ily cal'led on Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Zimmerman and family, Sunday af- ternoon. Master Clarence Hoffmaster of Mi/flinburg cal'led on his grandpa- rents, '.Mr. and ,Mrs. S. ,M. Jordan and son Andrew, Friday evening and Saturday. Pfe. Theodore Crocnly is spending a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. A1- red Grove and family. Mr. Jordan and son Andrew were .~Vifffl'inburg shoppers, Monday morn- ing. GEORGE THOMAS WEARY George Thomas Weary., 77. died b'~iday, March 2, at 1:30 a.m. at his home in West Buffalo Township of compl~cations following 'an illness of ome week. Mr. Weary..a carD, riSer by trade. was born in Kelly Township, August 13. 1867, the son of Matin and Lu- cesta Weary. His wife Lil,ly is de- ceased. Surviving is a d,aug~'ter, Mrs. Ash- . er Krebs of West Buffalo Township; three ,grandchildren and two great ~'ra_ndeh.ildren: one brother, James Fitzgerald and a sister, Mrs, Lizzie Upl4n.ger, bo~h of Danville. Servi,ces were h,eid Mon4ay after- , ,no,on from ~che Forest Hill Evangel- ical Church of which 'he was a member. The Roy. W. E. Smi~.h, ~,as~or. o'fficiated, and burial was triads 'in ~Forest Hill Cemetery. HOWARD (2. D,EI~IRE Ho~vard C. DeWire, 64, died Wetl- nesd~ay morning, February' 28 at eigflt o'clbck at his home in Lewis- burg. A carbuncle, which had a:f* flieted him for the last three weeks, caused him to be bedfast for two weeks and :is believed to be the cau.~e ,~f death. Mr. DeWire, a ~l.ife-long resident of ~he Lewi~burg area, had been en- gaged as 'a contract carpenter, paper- h~m.ger and painter. Mr. DeWire was born February 28, 1891. a son of the late Thomas 'and 'Margaret DeWive, who resided , in ~h:e rural regi'on near Lewisburg. He marrie~ Mary Dauberman March 9, 1905, and is survived by his widow a~n:d the follvwi,ng daugMers ~nd, son: Mrs. Margaret Tarr, t.iv- ing a.t home While ,h, er husband is serving in the armed ~orves; Miss Alma DeWire, at home; and Ser- e'ean~. Millard DeWire, stationed at Normoyle Field, San Antonio, Texa~, wltb the Army Air :Forces. Also sur- viving are a brother, William De- Wire. of Lewisburg, R. D., and a grandd'augh'ter, J'acqueIyn M. Tart. Funeral services were conducted' Sa~.urday afternoon, March 3 from the late residence. In, terment was made in Lewisburg cemetery. l~. W. H. KIJNE Mrs. Sallie G. Kline, wife Of Wil- l:iam H. Kline, died at her home at Lewishurg, R. I~, near Forest Hill, Saturday, March 3, at 9:30 p. m. She ~ad been seriously iI] Tour weeks af- ter a cerebral hemorrhage. Born in Union county, September 7, 1879, she :had resided in the vicin- ity o( Forest Hill all her life, and was a member of the Evangelical Clmrch there. SurviVing in addition to her hus- " band are one daughter, Mrs. Dora t bcr of the Rochester Methodist Church. Yodcr-Zimmerman Post, V. F'. W.. of Miffiinburg, and an honor- ~z':,- member of Thomas H. C]apham Posl. American Legion. of Mifflin- burg. Sdrvivin~ in addition to his pa- rem~ is one brother, Eugene Leit- zelL of Hollywood, Calif. Funeral services were held this af- ternoon (Thursday) at 1:30 p.m.. at the late residence in charge of Dr. W..M. Rearick. Burial was made at Millheim. DAVID M. WALKE~ David M. Walker ,former Lewis- burg resident and Union County school teacher diecl Sunday evening, March 4 at 7:30 o'clock at Wilkins- burg, where he had resided for some years. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Brown of Mil- ton will observe the first annivers- ary of their marria,q~ on Sungiay March.ll. Mrs. Brown is the form- e,," Elizabeth Trutt. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Trutt of Mifflinbur~. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond l~ower~ox of Mifflinburg will obsem-e the eigh- t,~enth anniversary of their marri- age on Monday, March 12. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stahl of Mifflinburg will observe the thirty- s~-cond anniversary of their marri- age on Monday, March 12. Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Benncr of Mifflinburg will observe the forty- fourth anniversary of their marri- age on Monday, March 12. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Floyd E. BowersJx of Mifflinburg will observe the fifty- third anniversary of their marr::a~e on Tuesday, March 13. I~EULAR M:E~TING OF MISSIONARY SOCIETY He was past 80 years of age. f~rst wife, who died a number of years ~go, was the former Agnes Kerstetter, of Lewisburg. Surviving are three daughters and one son. Interment was made in Lewisburg Cemetery Wednesday a f t; e r n o o n, March 7. MARCH 9th-- Mrs. Kenn,eth Mowery B.C, Ross Mrs. M. L Lepley P. H. Libby Ralph Raeback P~abert Erd,Iey MARCH lOth-- Clark Englehart Anna Boyer Gladys Hilbe~ Mrs. Alice V. GotshalI Mrs. Roland Klose Mrs. Lee foyer Mrs David Frederick Ernest L. Yost fMrs. Luther Wagner Lee Bell ;Mrs. Rafph Steese Nelson Fo re.~man MARC-~ llth--- Brua Wl~aize ,Mrs. Robert R. Paige Frank C. Koonsman J. T. Strickler Char~es E. Arney Mrs. A. H. Swanger ~frs. R. N. Jones ,Mrs. Oscar Brouse Sara Miller H'azel I. Ruhl Reno Maurer M.A.RL~ 12th--- CMrk Mooch F__,d]~`b Mac C~esnu,t Mrs. Ray F. Shirk ;Mrs. Henry. Meyer William Erdley Mrs. Paul Mitchell Q His The Women's M.issionary Society of the Lutheran Church met Mon- day aternoon at the home of Miss Virginia Anspach with 10 members and one guest, Mrs. A. D. Chiquoine, I present. / The meeting was in charge of Mrs. / Harvey Benner who opened with de- tections and conducted the study per- tied, the subject of which was "Co- /operaives as a Way of Life". It was announced that the mission study group would be held Thursday evening, April 15 at the home of Mrs. Harvey Benner. and it was also an- nounced that the society would at- tend the union mission study which will 'be held April 18 in the Md~hodist Church with Mrs. Chester Quimby in charge of the meeting. The May meeting of the district wilt be held at Centre Hall, May 2. - Let US ~olve Vour Printin Prob|ems - - [_ I I I Symbolic Cross To Appear In Windows Again WASHINGTON. D. C.--Once again, n(xt month, the scarlet emblem of the American Red Cross will appear in the windows of American homes, symbolizing the financial support of the nation in supporting the mani- fold services of that organization to American fighting men overseas. [n every nation ot the World. this red cross has long been the symbol of universal imma~:itarmnism, both in peace and in time of war. Today ~t is worn by medical corpsmen of al armies and navies serving the wounded, it protects hospital tents. ships, planes and trains. Painted on each of the International Red Cross ships bearing food parcels to pris- oners of war and exchanged prison- ers homeward, ~t is a guarantee of safety from acts o~ war To the giver doing his part to ful- fill the $200,000.000 goal of the American Red Cross m 1945, It rep. resents his personal part m supply- ing the material things which add to the morale of the American set. vlceman, whether hospitalized or ble-hodiea "The winnow StlCkel mean_ more ,n dollars contributed to the Red ,as." Chairman Basil O'Connor lared "it means service clubs. ,teens, recreation rooms and club- ,Odes for the men m war tneatres." re the American Red Cross, each ,vindow stn'~er is a ~anlily's request to the Red Cross to continue Its re. sponstbflmes on behal! o[ the son L Italy. the nmghbor's boy half a turu around toe globe in the Philip- sines, an0 ~he brother tlghtlng on he ~,~ ~sieI'[I ~ront, It 18 the expres- '1~ ,)l faHD ot I:~e Altl~rlcan people I Once again this year, In March, the world-known scarlet symbol of mercy will appear in windows throughout the nation, Indicating that Mr. and Mrs. America are solidly behind the 1945 American Red Cross War Fund campaign. Clarence I-~assinger Mrs. Charl'es Stimmel Ralph Shively Mrs. JacOb Walter John Sauers Ral~h Steese, Sr. Mrs. Norman Clover John Zimmerman, Jr. MARCH 13th-- Mrs. W, O. Prutzman Mrs. Fran~k P. Boyer Grant Boyer Irene Arney Mary Ann Mensch Mrs Larry Hoffman A,Hen Schoch R. A. Bell Bl'aine. Se~bol,d Catherine Wagner John Bridge Clarence Feaster Alice Feaster J ~cc~b Shively G. M. Sbees]ey Lu,ther Doe~bler Iris E. Namer Mrs. Charles M. Showalter Philip Maize Clark MARC'~ 14th-- Warren Eberhart Ralph Valentine MarguerKe Klose Lukens Wallis Mrs. George Mitchell Mrs. Samuel Burd Mauriee Maurer Charles l=t. Hartman Mariiyn Jean Workman MARCH 15th-- John J. Miller, Jr. :Russel Hanse]man Mrs. Abe Brou~e Calvin Haines Elenore D. Eisenhuth , ANNIVFRSAR S L Mr. ~and ~Mrs. Charles Zim man of M:ifflinburg will observe the twen- ty-ninth anniversary of their marri- age on Sunday, March :11: Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Lance of Mi'f- linburg will ~bserve the seventeenth anniversaT'v of their m~rriage on Sunday, Marsh 11. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rockwell. t~at Red Cross will maintain the supplies of surgical dressings, blood plasma and whole blood, kit bags and comfort articles to the battle fronts. It is a vote of gratitude for the millions of food parcels reach- ing American men In enemy prison camps. Openin~ March I. the third Amer- ican Red Cross Wax Fund campaign for $200,000,000---the same as last o|Iet ......... year--will continue througt~out the ~vatory .... entire month. More than a.O00,O00 ire wash Stra spigot ,olunteers will distmbute the to- tWn ~prink mlliar window emblems, conducting t~= or he' ~tal foun a house-to-house canvass to fulfill~ff*tking fo, the 1945 quota. Along with the win- ~la fo~ma dow emblem, each contributor will ~t~mobil , receive a lapel tab ~ashioned after the Red Cross flag--the flag known to all as a sign of aid and comfort. i i i | THE PULPWOOD DOUBLY ACUTE AS ACTION , " SHIFTS TO PACIFIC !~Sid bu ld all and t} all as m *ided rea ~') All c THE ONLY PEOPLE who think Victory in Europe whichCn |will ease the pulpwood shortage are those who ow if" order. flunked their geography. A look at a globe shows how t ~l~es suF ! the own much more difficult the supply problem becomes t.',, a.,h ]~s of a~ | to es major action shifts to the Pacific. O~ !.d') The F i I~ihle ,o, LWater es< WAR IN PACI IC IS D FFERENT ~ock. ~/y with ~ ther~ Not only are the distances vastly greater but conditions O11 [ are entirely different In Europe port facihties permitted =' bulk shipments. In the Pacific every item must 'be double wrapped to meet the more difficult handling and we E2 al ,r climatic conditions. " or the I I I I I I I H]] III I ~tS ' k"blic b Cut only quality pulpwood. Rotted, excessively I crooked or thin logs slow the war effort. / VICTOR Y PULPWOOD COMMITTEE C. A. Kniss, Mifflinbur9 ' " Lyle R. Bennett, Lewisbur9 Charles R. Smith, Lewisburg , Brown Focht, Lewisburg Raymond B. Winter, Miffiinbur9 Sarah Ellen Paxton, Lewisbur9