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PAGE EIGHT The Mlfflinburg Telegraph, Miffltnburg, Perma.. Thursday. 9 JUNE 4th-- Mrs. John Kase Oren Bru~gard Francis Moll Richard Diem Phyllis Iddings New~n Bingamaxt Mrs. James H. Zub]er Gerald Oldt Mrs. Roy Stahl Shirley Englehart JUNE 5th-- Raymond Bowersox Mrs. Lloyd Zimmerman M. F. Iamison Mrs. Willis Dunkle P~bert C~ormy Clarence Snyder Mrs. Kenneth Ruth Mrs. G. L. Reeser Mrs. FMbert Stature Florence Holtz~pple Mar}e G. Zellers Mrs. F~ancis Strickler Rosanr~a Chambers ~qINE 6th-- Mrs, Keith Schnure Mrs. Willi, am Romig Aida J. Yoh~ Mrs. Ernest Gross Esther Dorman Ruby Ann Libby Robert Page Mrs. Mary. Riter Forrest Eugene Leitzeil, Jr. J t)~E 7th-- Mrs. John Kerstetter Mrs. John Snyder Ruth McClellan Mrs. Martin Bingama~ Clair R. Gotshall Mrs. Kenneth Garman Mrs. Floyd Wirth Mrs. Y~ank Cooney SamlJel David Jordan Betty Cherry JUNE 8th-L Mrs. Gertrude Boyer Mrs. John Simonton Mrs. Paul Gast Will:tam Ba4ger JUNE 9t.h-- J. Emery Styers Jasper Brady Ross J. Clair Hackenberg, twin J. Charlton Hacke~berg, twin Russell Theodore Custer Clair Kathermar~ JUNE 10th-- Charles W. Klose Donald Boney Law,is H. Dersham BOX Valois, N. Y. ~lhe Mifflinburg Telegraph: Your paper seems lo be a very essen, tial part of our life. There- 2ore we enclose check f~r $2.00 for ~nother 52 issues. It truly is a let- ter from home. Thank you for its constant visita- tion. Very sincerely, Mrs. Margaret Miller VanVleet. -- MILTON -- Friday and Saturday STAN LAUREL OUvER HARDY -- In -- "'AIR RAID WARDENS" Mr. and Mrs. James Hoover o Mifflinburg will observe the twenty- fourth anniversary of their marri- age on Friday, June 4. Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Bubb Of Sunbury will observe the fifth an- niversary of their mewriage on Sat- urday, June 5. Mrs. Buhb is the former Helen Walter, daughter of Mrs. Ella Waiter of Miftinburg. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur K. Lukens of Mifflinburg, hi. D.. will observe the t,hir~eerLth anniversary of thor marriage on Sunday, June 6. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Dersham of Vicksburg will observe the thirty- lirst anniversary of their marriage on Sunday, June 6. Mr, and Mrs. S. I. Roush of Miff- linbu.rg will observe the twen,ty- sixth anniversary of their marri- age on Sunday, June 6. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wehr of Miff- linburg, R. D.. will observe the ~irst anniversary of theiv mart}age on Monday, June 7. Mrs. Wehr is the former Hertha Shively, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Shively of Mlllmont, R. D. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Brungard of Mifflinburg will observe the tenth anniversary of their marriage on Tuesday, June 8. ]Y~rs. Brungard is the former Jospehine Strickler. dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph StrCck- ]or of Mifflinburg. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boop of Miff- linburg will observe the fifteenth an- 1dversary of their marriage on Wed- ~esday, June 9. Mr. and Mrs. William Jews of Mifflinburg, R. D., will observe the eighth anniver~ of their marri- age on Wedr~esday, June 9. Professor and Mrs. Glenn Z. Ste- vens of Mifflinburg wil.l observe the iourth anniversary of their marri- age on Wednesday, June 9. Mrs. Stevens is the former Sarah Reader. daughter of Mr. ~nd Mrs. Miles Reader of Lock Haven. former Miff- ]inburg residents. M~'. and Mrs. Henry Dale of Miff- linburg will observe the twenty- ~ightM anniversary of their marri- age on Thursday, June 10. - WITH THE SICK - Mrs_ W. O. Huntingdon of Mifflin- burg is recovering from severe and painful burns sustained in a recent accident in her home. Mrs. John Miller. former Mifflin- burg resident, who is living wi,th her daughter in Lewisburg, suffered a fractured hip as the result of a fall on Saturd,ay morning. S,he is a pa- tient in the ]Evangelical Hospital, Lewisburg. Miss Jane Herr. a patient at the Evangelical Hospital, LewL~burg, is convalescing from an attack of pneu- monia. Aaron Aumiller is recuperating at his home on Milimont. R. D.. fol- lowing a recent operation perform- (-d in the Geisinger Hospital, Dan- vine. BIRTH RECORD - Mr. and Mrs. Bright S. Loss of White Springs announce the birth of a daughter on Sunday, May 30J Mr. and Mrs. Frances Zeller of Walnu~ Street, announce the birth of a son, Larry Lee, on Saturday, May 29 ~t .the Evangelical Hospital, Lewisburg. CHARLES O. PURCELL Charles O. Pursell of Lemoyne, former Lewisburg resident, died at his home Saturday morning, May 29, following an Rlness of two weeks. H.e was born in Lewisburg, August 3, 1884. the son of Howard and Annie PurselJ. By .trade he was a butch- er and followed that occupaion in Lewisburg for many yeats. In the past year he has been employed at the White Hill Industrial School for Boys instructing youths there in butchering, Surviving are his wife, 'the former Verdie Eberhart: six children: Mrs. Charles Hernenway, of Mifflinburg; Elwood C. Pursell and Mrs. Clifford Grove. of Lewisburg; Robert H. Purse],l and Mrs. Howard Moll, of ~VillJamsport: and George R. Pursell of the United S~ttes Army, located in Georgia: three sisters, Mrs. Sara Broscious and Miss Ruth Pursell, of Lewisburg, and Mrs. Malse Fallen, of Harrisburg; and two brothers, George Purse]l. of Lewisburg, and Harry Pursell. of Su~bury. Services were held from St. John's Church at Lewisburg on Wednesday afternoon. June 2. Interment was made i~ Lewisburg cemetery. --S~Jbscribe for J~he Tale The Board of Trustees of the Miff- t inbur~ Public Library held their LEGI[}N I monthly meeting in the Library on, VCednesd,ay evening, June 2rid. Reg- 'ular business was ~tremsacted anti,the librarian reported the following gifts received: a year's subseri1>- ton to National Defense News, pre- sented by the Shikelimo C~apter of the D.A.R.; S~iling Craft by Edwin Schoettle, was given by the author; a cash contribution was received flora Rev. and Mrs. Quimby; and new and used books were given by Mrs. WiHdam Romig, Helen Pflee- gor and Edna Geist. 7 new borrowers were registered in May; $4.69 were collected in fines. Circulation of books was: adult fiction, 367; adult non-fiction, 83; juvenile fi0tion, 173; and juve- ,nile non-fiction, 5; a total of 628 books 1 oeJ-md. New books placed in. circulation in May were: One World by Wendell L. Will- kie; The Story of Dr. Wassel, James Hilton; Mr. Lincoln's Wife, Anne Colver; One Red Rose Forever, Mil- dred Jord. ,a~; Miranda, Grace L. Hill; In Tune with Wedding Bells, Grace I L. Hi,l]; CR.izen Tom Paine, Howard Fast. AM THEATRE ..... Friday, June 4th It's a riot. Don't miss . . . LET'S HAVE FUN BERT GORDON - "The Mad Margaret LINDSAY - John --- And -- By Popular Demand . . . ROY ROGERS The King of Cowboys - - - RED RIVER VALLEY --- Phm -- LUCKY NITE AT 9:@0 $25 Caah Prizes Fr~ ~turday June 5th. It's Starrett's B~t Action M~nday and Tu~day, June 7 2 - Big Features - A REAL CHILLER-DILLER - DEAD MEN WALK -- Hit No. 2 A Western Thrlll~ - -- N BY LEFF --- Phm -- LUCKY NITE TUES. AT ~$ $25 C.~ah prizes Free Wed. and Thurs., June 9 - I0 A Double Treat For All Thrilling - - Chilling - - Hyman Epstein knew that after wounding a man the Japs around Sanananda were withholding tl~ir fire, using the injured ~oldier for bait until ~narmed medical aides like him~lf came into range. Ye~ sgain and again he crept out under sniper fire to rescue wounded comrades until at Jut the Japs got him. "That kid was the best," his oammander said of determined little Hymie Epstein. Are you buying War Bond~ u determinedly? LEWISBUBG - - - PENNA. -- THEATRE BEAUTIFUL -- Phone ...... 5-31U -- Hit No. 2 -- It's a riot - Don't miss - - - 1~HE RITZ BROTHERS In their fun~t picture- -.- HI YA CHUM THEATRE - ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW Fri. - Sat. June 4 Eye-ravishing beauty! Blood-stirring rhythm ! Cole Porter's songs! All in one grand big Army e~mp !1i~2 Fred A staire -- And -- Rita Hayworth - in - and Roxy Theatre Friday - Saturday June 4-5 -- See The Gayest Home Front Heroes -. STAN LAUREL - OLIVER HARDY in "A IR R'A ID WA RDENS'" Also Special Added Attraction (--- CAPT. CLARK GABLE in "'WINGS,UP'" Saturday Matinee Time of Feature 1:30-3:20 Eve. 3 Shows--6-7:50-9:45. Feature 6:35-8:25-10:25 ROXY--Buck Jones - Tim McCoy in "Riders o[ the West' I , i i , .... Monday - Tuesday June 7-8 Men.- Tues. BOB HOPE& -- In ~- June 7 DOTTY 194Ys Biggest Laugh Hit . Wed. - Thurs. June 9 $ou~b Se~s Advenfure And Tropic Romance - - Also - -- CLARK GABLE BUD ABBOTT - LOU COSTELLO in HALL CAPT. _ _ v v:a,,nas TB "'IT AIN'T HA Y'" ,.,.. ,,,. "'WINGS UP" with LEIGHTON NOBLE and HIS ORCHESTR3 - And -- CRAWFORD I I Wed.- Thurs.- Fri.- Sat. -- 4 Days -- June 9-,0-11-1 '1" JOAN i :ili: ! - IOHN WAYNE [ : "REHNIO-- "-FRANCE'" [ RONALD COLMAN - GREER GARSON in I [ "'RA NDOM HA R VES T'" [ with PHILIP DORN - SUSAN PETERS [ Wed. - Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. I[Time of Feat. Wed.-Thurs.-Frj..-Mat. 2:25. Eve. 7-9:15 ]l June 9 - 10 -- 11 - 12 }l ROXY--Wednesday - Thursday - Double Feature- 1[ GREER GARSON } "'The Living Ghost" also "'Freckles Comes Home" ] ' ONALD_ COLMAN n - ' - ] find out if he ha~ tuber~osts.