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R. Thomas Ruth since Feb. 10, 1995. born Oct. 21, 1905, in Union County, a the late Jacob and Anna Amos Clayton Thomas in January 1924 in preceded her in death in life, Miriam was at the Huntingdon Mi' Mifflinburg, and was aiae at the Laurelton years, she assisted her in the operation of the Store in Laurelton Operating the Thomas in Glen Iron. 'as the oldest living charter of Christ's Community Iron. are three nieces, Faylene of Linglestown, Virginia Annapolis, Md., and of Wayneville, N.C.; Richard Knauss of close friend, Edgar G. his family of Millmont. in death by an Helen Jean Thomas; Paul and Melvin three sisters, Faylene and Marian Libby. there was no service was conducted 14, at the Thomas family New Laurelton Cemetery, Union County, by M. VonNeida, her tions may be made to ty Church, 2746 235, Millmont,'PA 17845. is being served by the Schwartz Home for 247 Chestnut St., J D. Dale Dale, 66. of 314 Main died peacefully at 9:50 June 7, 2004, at his born Nov. 25, 1937, in the son of the late William (Haire) Dale. OBITUARIES He and the former Jacqueline Fallon were married Oct. 12, 1957. She pre- ceded him in death Jan. 11, 2003. He was a 1955 graduate of Mifflinburg High School. Mr. Dale was employed as a boiler operator in the heat plant at the Laurelton Center for many years before retiring in September 1995. He honorably served as a staff ser- geant in the Pennsylvania National Guard. Mr. Dale was an avid hunter and fisherman. Surviving are six nephews, Jody D. and Cheryl FaUon of Mifflinburg, Jeffrey Goss and Tracey Goss, both of Shamokin Dam, Corey Klingman of Allenwood, Patrick Fallon of Milton and Perry Klingman of Lewisburg; one niece, Lindsay Boyer of White Deer; one uncle and aunt, Elwood and Emma Dale of Mifflinburg; six aunts, Rhelda Valentine, Mary Wehr, Sandra Haire and Mary Elizabeth Dale, all of Mifflinburg, Mary Ann Dale of Lewisburg and Marjorie Dale of Tampa, Fla.; two brothers-in-law, Francis Fallon of RR1 Milimont and Patrick and his wife Nancy Fallon of Lewisburg; and three sisters-in-law, Rosemary Fallon of Sunbury, Diane Fallon of Shamokin Dam and Judy Fallon of Hartleton. The funeral was conducted Fri., June 11, at the Roupp Funeral Home Inc., 8594 Old Turnpike Road, Mifflinburg, by the Rev. Richard VonNeida. Burial will be in Hartleton Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Evangelical Hospice, 1 Hospital Drive, Lewisburg, PA 17837. Robert R Souder Robert Ruth Souder, 51, of 209 S. Third St., Sunbury entered into rest at 11 p.m. Monday, June 7, 2004, in Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, where he was a patient since Saturday evening. He had lived in Sunbury since 1989 and before that lived in Turbotville. He was born May 5, 1953, in Souderton, Montgomery County, a son of Robert Nyce and Marian Ruth (Alderfor) Souder of Lewisburg. Bob was a 1971 graduate of the Mifflinburg High School. MIFFLINBURG TELEGRAPH, June 17, 2004---3 i He was a member of Boyer's Mennonite Church, RR2 Middleburg, and faithfully attended St. John's United Methodist Church, Sunbury. Besides his parents, he is survived by a daughter, Mandy Souder of Milton; one grandson, Alden James of Milton; one sister and brother-in-law, Barbara A. and Stephen D. Reall of Telford; three brothers and sisters-in- law, the Rev. Glen and Becky E. Souder of Milton, James A. and Lana J. Souder of Sunbury and John B. and Catherine R. Souder of Herndon; and numerous nieces and nephews. The funeral was conducted Sat., June 12, at Boyer's Mennonite Church, RR2 Middleburg, by the Rev. Norman W. Moyer, retired pastor of Boyer's Mennonite Church, and the Rev. Jeffrey S. Swanger, pastor of St. John's United Methodist Church, Sunbury. Burial was in Boyer's Mennonite Cemetery, Franklin Township, Snyder County. The family was served by the James L. Schwartz Home for Funerals, 247 Chestnut St., Mifflinburg. l i Hii I I I I II "Creating smiles is our business." ii i ii i i i I i i ii iiii ii PRIMARY TOOTH PROBLEMS If a primary tooth is lost prematurely you should consult your den- tist immediately. The remaining teeth can tip toward the vacant space during the months after the tooth is lost. When the permanent teeth are ready to erupt, there will not be enough space. Teeth may erupt out of position, then become crowded and crooked.. Your dentist may recommend using a space maintainer--- metal bands attached to the tooth next to the missing tooth to reserve the space for the permanent teeth-- especially if a primary second molar is lostm because this tooth is central to the normal development of permanent teeth. Occasionally, a primary tooth fails to loosen and fall out according to schedule, and the dentist may need to extract the tooth so that the permanent tooth can erupt properly. Dental X-rays are very important during these early years because they show whether any corrective measures are needed. i i i ii i i A publl service to promote a better clont hmlth environment. milton: R.D. #2 Broadway Road 742-9007  mlddleburO: 312 East Main Street 837-5117 new borlk. 815 Mmket $1met 966-1280 Ol-ll II I IIII I I I Ill II IIIII I VIEWS ON DENTAL HEALTH i OR. STEVEN C. MILLER DR. GREGORY 8WENSON DR. CLAYTON O. PESlLLO DR. JEFFREY O, BELL dental health associates