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June 1, 1944

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On April 22 and May 13 were two as good loads of horses as i) ,o W,. have another load June 3. The heaviest horse weighed 1920. I "always have horses on the farms, you can see them work, Have sold 234 head in 1944 so far. Spent less than $15.00 to adver- tise. Can show 75 horses around vlRS. GREENE SHIVELY. Correspondent Mr. arLd Mrs. L. F. Dieffenderfer of Pleasant Grove visited Harry Mitchetls on Saturday evening. M~ss Esther Kline and Lawrence Fenstabush of Millville spent Sun- day evening width Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kline. Mrs. Dorothy Ernest and son Rocl- ger spent the week-end with friends :n Snyder County. Grant Reigner and family of Mifflinburg spent Sunday with ~randpa Shirks. Mis~*'Betty Kline spent Sunday with Frank Andersons near Laurel Park. David Shively and family of Hat- risburg spent Saturday night and Mifflinburg in 4 hours drivingI Sunday wRh his parents Mr. and that I have sold and every horse l ylrs. Jacob Shively. works like he ought to. Now ifI John Koonsman-of near Chicago :: you don't believe this come over, li~ spending some time with his bro- we will make the trip and if I Ither, William and daughter Mr~ ~,: can t show you the horses m 4~hester Fox. hours I will pay you One Hun- David Shively and family and dred dollars. If I produce the Master George Shively took supper goods you pay me Ten dollars for ,qas and time, If you need a good horse give me a try. My i!; "WHATtS WRONG WITH Sunday with grandpa 'and grandma Sibively. Frank Koonsman and family of LewistowrL visi:ted William Keens- man, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ely and little son of Weikert were callers in town ,~n Thursday. Mrs. Jacob Shively and son George were Mifflinburg shoppers on Thurs- day afternoon Mrs. Alice Borer spent Friday with her son t-tarry and family r, ear Swengel. Tlllq PICTURE? 5 r. and Edward Ghingerich i .............. of Lew!sburg spent Sunday after- ~ '1 noon with Jacob Shively and family. ~" ..f#.C~'~ x.._,~r'~ IMrs Harry Mitchell attended * .~,~i* ~~I Commencement exercises at Miff- i~!: 1 //~ ~ ~"~'~) ~i linburg on Thursday evening. !': ! /~-~,~)j~l Kenneth Shively, a veteran from /~~7"~J~ I ~verseas is spending his furlough ' [ /'~~l~ " ~_~" I with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- !)::::]' ~~ ~ ~[~ thur Shively at Millmont, R, D. i:~ "~ ~ ~l Mrs. Harry Kline visited her bro- ~i::'*~ ~ I~ . ~'~ ~ tiler Rev Snook at the Evangelical ~::::::i: ~1~ ~'~ ~--~ t]ospital, Lewisburg. ' ~!::i !~ ,~"~" "-~ Mrs. Maurice Long had a family .:} ~: dinner on Wednesday in honor of 0~*sf~t. lfyou*cldento her grandson, Seaman Paul Vanatta. ~: ~~.1~ ~o yo~ ce;t ,e-~*e*~ [ who spefit several days furlough with his parer~ts. :::; : ~clc~,..,~,,:,,,I " ~J Rev Joseph Sheeseley of Pleasant : ~- Mills called on Rev. Greene Shiver :;i] IUpHnr / ~ | on Wednesday. IR~llfl[ ~#~o'~,, l/~/~,- I Cloyd Herman of Harrisburg v ]vwww~wwm~-wv '] spent several days at his home here I ................... Miss Ruh] of Ray's Church visited ..... ~_-_-_- .......... - ..... ~.~..~ Mrs. Greene Shively an Monday eve- :: llllll I I II II ning. .... ~ ...... ----:---------- -- ........ William Swineford and family of !~':~ ~ql ~ ~ ~I ~ I ~ ~ Milton and Mrs. Rachael Catherman ~!~I lla ~ ~[- IMI 11 It1 ~1~ of Lewisburg visited Jacob Shively:. of the on Sunday afternoon. " " t " " " Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell and H n r r M A N Mrs. Alice Borer were Sunburv [shoppers on Saturday. (: ~- I ~ i ~- ~ I William Campbell of New Ken- ~1 ~ ~I ~ ~ LI [sington are at present visiting with