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Telegraph. blt|flinburg. PeansylvLala. Thursday, July 26. 1945 PAG-B ~ ~, He has been assigned to the Indian- town Gap Military Reservation for re- deployment upon the expiration of his furlough. A brother Raymond is undergoing army training at a Georgia camp. PVT. MINIUM D~ARGED Pvt. Raymond E. Minium with the Army at Camp Lee, Va., for four months, has been honorably discharged and returned to Hartleton, where he, his wife and their young daughter have resided with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Minium. They expect to move to 608 Chestnut Street, Mifflinburg, in the near future. Mr. Minium was affiliated with his father in the organ rebuilding business at Mifflinburg, and has returned to that work. He received his release at the Indiantown Gap Military Reservation, effective July 18. DALE HONORABLY FROM ARMY " Kenneth Dale, who served ~aonths overseas, was given an hon- discharge from the U. S. Army ~July 7. He is at present visiting in Islip, N. Y., with his wife, the Margaret Westbrook, that place. Dale, who is a son of Mr. Mrs. W. O. Dale of Mifflinburg, been attached to an evacuation in Italy. and Mrs. Dale have three other in our armed forces: Sergeant Dale, stationed Jn China; Ser- Elwood Dale in the Pacific The- of War; and Corporal Kermit who is at present enroute to Wash. VISIT HERE ' Lieutenant Karl Schunemann, who has been stationed at Langley Field, Va., and wife, the former Josephine Hatter, are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brice O. Harter and ~randmother, Mrs. Mary Kochersperger of West Chestnut Street. PFC. JOHN HACKENBERG RETHRNS TO STATES Pfc. John N. Hackenberg, 27, veteran of 31 months overseas in the European Theatre of Operations where he served as a Truck Driver and was awarded the European Theatre Ribbon and 5 stars, Good Conduct, Bronz6 Star med- als, returned to the U. S. July 21st a- board an Air Transport Command trans-Atlantic plane landing him at La- Guardia Field, N. Y. He will visit his TO CAPTAIN" wife, the former Jane Diehl of 634 Seebold, Lewisburg dentist, \Valnut Street, Mifflinburg. ibeen promoted to the rank of calf- He entered the service two years STATE MUSEHM EXHIBITS *and had been serving for the past SOLDIERS' SOUVENIRS on a hospital ship helping Several Mifflinburg soldiers have the wounded from England. souvenirs in a new Exhibit at the Penn- his pronmtion he h~s been as-sylvania State Museum in Harrisburg, to'Camp Kilmer, N. J. Captainwhich is .,called "Souvenirs the Boy-s is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Send Home", and which includes many Seebold, of New Berlin, and his captured enemy weapons, as well as the former Helen Rice, of Sun- trinkets and jewelry from both the Eu- makes her home in Lewisburg ropean and Pacific Theatres. This ex- five-year old son, Scott. hibit which changes from time to time. BROTHE~ SERVICE is made up of material which is loaned to the Museum for a definite time by New Berlin brothers, sons of families of the soldiers. Anna Sauers, are serving with Some of the most outstanding pieces discharge from the U. S. Army, with 111 points to his credit. He arrived home after 35 months service overseas. Pfc. Snyder entered the service with the 190th Field Artillery, January, 1941, and trained at Camp Shelby, Miss., ]caving for France August, 1942. He participated in the invasion of Nor- mandy and five major campaigns. He~ was stationed in Belgium, Holland, England, Luxembourg, Germany and Czechoslovakia. He wears the Pre- Pearl Harbor Ribbon and the ETO Ribbon with five bronze stars. Pfc. Snyder is a graduate of the Lew- isburg High School, class of 1936, and F rior to his enlistment he was employ- ed by the Dietrich and Gambrill Feed Mill. His wife, the former Gladys Beaver of this place, and son John Roger, whom he had never seen have made l their home with he'/" pa'rents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beaver of Green Street. PVT. SPAID IN N. C. Private Marshall Spaid is stationed with a Field Artillery Replacement Training Center at Fort Bragg, N. C. His wife and family reside at their home on West Green Street. His address follows: Pvt. Marshall R. Spaid, ASN33769625, B-5-2 F. A. R, T. C., 4th Platoon, Fort Bragg, N. C. HOME ON LEAVE Aviation Cadet Harold R. Sampsetl, x,.ho has been stationed at the U. S. Navy Pre-Flight School at Chapel Hill, N. C., is spending a furlough with his mother, Mrs. Frances Samp- sell at Laurelton. UNION COUNTY SENDS TWO DRAFT GROHPS Two groups of Union county men left the draft board office at Mifflin- burg Tuesday morning. The first, com- posed of 27 youths, departed at 7:30 o'clock for pre-induction examination, and the second, of 23 boys, left for in- duction at 8:30 o'clock. Rev. J. R. Stoudt, Mifflinburg minister; Earl Gill, Lewisbttrg, a member of the special 9anel of the draft board and Roy Stahl. Mifflinburg, were present. Those who left for induction are as follows: Paul O. Engleman, West Mil- ton; Howard E. Smith, White Deer: Edward F. Susan, Lewisburg; Angela R. Kifolo, Lewisburg; Blaine A. Poeth, Milton; Glenn S. Shaffer, Buffalo; Paul M. Walter, Lewisburg; Kenneth L. Zellers, Mifflinburg; Kenneth R. Miller, Atlenwood; AlBert L. Linn, New Col- States Army. are from Union County ,boys, and in- umbia; Robert R. Poeth,* Lewisburg; George Sauers, who celebrate,& elude a German nylon parashoot cao- Thomas H. Beckley, Miffltnburg; Dale M. Haggy, Mlfflinbugg; Elmer W. . birthday July 17 in Manila, tured by Pfc. Harold E. Shambach and Brouse, Jr., Lewisburg; Ralph T. Hess, be~n in the service for over two loaned by his mother Mrs. Walter J. INew Columbia; Donald L. Wetzel, 20 months of .which have been Shambach of Mifflinburff, R. D. 2; a the Pacific. Sgt. Robert Sauers Nazi Banner, "German Paratrooper's New Berlin; Donald E. Neitz, Lewis- in the Pacific; S. Sgt. Camouflaged jacket with hood, blue 8auers is located somewhere in steel bayonet, Iron Cross decoration, and Pvt. Kenneth Sauers was when last heard from. FROM ENGLAND Leon C. Dyer, who returned l~n01and last week, has arrived home of his mother, Mrs. Mary Lewisburg, R. D. 3, for a 30- before reporting to in. Gap for redeployment. was overseas 11 months with the 103rd General I-los- at an Army hospital in Eng- FROM ARMY William O .Duck of Lew~s- been granted an honorable from the U. S. Army and after two years and nine of service. erly employed as chief clerk at Highways Department build- he expects to return l~osition. He is the son of Mrs. Duck, of Lewtsburg. was assigned to Arling- Va., where be worked in a Position for two years at the Building. Previous to that Was stationed at Fort Bragg, FURLOUGH H. Jows, who served S. Army in Europe since arrived at his MiffBnburg, for a 30-day furlough. e son of Mrs. Margaret Jov~. German woolen athletic shirt, and pa- per money representing over 22 bil- hon German Marks, all sent home by Pfc. John Snyder and loaned by his wife,' Gladys Beaver Snyder of Miff- linburg; and a blue steel .38 cal. Ger- man Luger, with holster and clips, cap- tured by S/S0~. David M. Kelly and loaned by his wife, Naomi Beaver Kelly, of Mifflinburg. HONORABLY DISCHARGED Sgt. Lewis' F. Bridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bridge, of Lewisburg, arrived at his home Sunday evening after being honorably discharged from Army service at Indiantown Gap Mil- itary Reservation. Having 100 points to his credit, Sgt. Bridge, a recently liberated prisoner ef wor in Germany and a veteran of 4~,5 years of Army service, wears the Good Conduct Medal, American Defense Pibbon, European African Middle Eastern service medal with four bronze stars and the Purple Heart medal for wounds received at the time of his cap- ture by German soldiers, December 19, 19~t~ Attending the Milton High School before moving to Lewisburg with his family, Sgt. Bridge was employed at the Lewisburg Chair Factory before entering the service. RECEIVES DISCHARGE Private First Class John E. Snyder, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Snyder of Lewisburg has received an honorable burg; Raymond M. Elliott, Mifflinburg; Charles W. Chambers, Mifflinburg, who was transferred from Minot, N. D., and four other transfers. PVT. SNOOK STATIONED AT SHEPP2kRD FIELD Private Quentin S. Snook, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Snook of Mifflin- burg, is stationed at Sheppard Field, Texas. Prior to entering the U. S. Army on June 20, he was employed as a Marine Engineer at the Philadel- phia Navy Yards. Mrs. Snook, the former Helen Jean Sterling, resides in Philadelphia where she is employed by the government. His address follows: Pvt. Quentin S. Snook 33870796, 3706 A. A. F. B, U. Squadron P, Flight 926, Barracks 267. Sheppard Field, Texas. PFC. MINIUM RETURNS TO FLORIDA Private First C/ass Robert D. Min- ium left Sunday for Drew Field. Tam- pa, Florida, after spending a 15 day furlough with his wife and parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. M. Minium of Hartleton. Pfc. Minium was accompanied on his return by his wife who has spent the past several months with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kreider Kurtz of this place. SPAR VISITS HERE Spar Eleanor E. Dempsey, Seaman Second Class,~who is attached to the office of transportation in Norfolk, Va.. ~pent a 64-hour liberty in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester R. Ruhl of Miff- linburg. BUY NOW FOR CANNING . - - LARGE, FANCY, ELBERTA Bask, m la lbs CANNING SUPPLIES! 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