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Carol Norris Roger Shoemaker Delores Pick Kathleen Lawyer David Schnure Anna Bridge , C, arol No~is,daughterof Mr..and[ton. [and Mrs. Abraham Lawver of Mifflin-I Anna Bridge, daughter of Pvt. and mrs. ~scar ~. r~orris ot ~zast Walnut/ Delores Pick, daughter of Mr. and Iburg, R.D. [Mrs. John D. Bridge of East Walnut Street. [ Mrs. Clarence Pick of Mifflinburg, R. ] David Schnure, son of Mr. and Mrs. ] Street. Pvt. Bridge is serving with the Roger Shoemaker, son of Mr.. and [ D. [Keith Schnure of West Chestnut [Marine Corps overseas. twrs. ~.lvin L,. ~noemal~er ot t'lartle-, : Kathleen Lawyer, daughter of Mr. ]Street. [ .-Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Williamson of Turbotville and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sallade of Milton were Sunday eve- sing supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Grove in this place. --Mrs. Forrest Bingaman and Mrs. H, L. Klose of Mifflinburg, Mrs. John Lytle of Reading, Mrs. Joseph Nied of Danville were reecnt week-end guests Of their sisters, Misses Florence and Ruth Klose at Wernersville. --Mrs. John F. Dietz and daughter Elizabeth have returned to their home near Armagh after visiting two weeks with her sister, Mrs. W. Ray and family of Mifflinburg, R. D. 1. Mrs. Dietz's husband, Pfc. John F. Dietz is stationed on L~ ......... Misses Laura Whitman and Almah Ketster of Elmira, N. Y., returned to their home in that city, Sunday, fol- lowing several days visit with the lat- ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Keister and sons. Corporal Melvin H. accompanied them to Elmira [or h visit. Corporal Keister, who has I attached to the 12th Air Force in is spending a furlough with his Mr. and Mrs. Claude Keister. -~Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chambers Were Thursday evening supper guests o[ Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Penman and of Williamsport. Mr. Chambers, who has been ill at his home on East Street, had X-rays taken at Williamsport Hospital. -'-S. Reed Hursh of Cynwyd is vis- iting this week with his father, WiL [iam Hursh, "Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. ~ Klose in this place. He was accom- by Mrs. Hursh and daughter Rita who expect to spend sometime relatives in this place. -=Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Keister and hter Sharon returned to their home in Tyrone, Sunday, following several days visit with the forrner's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Claude Keister and Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer Keister in this place. --Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Klose vis- on Sunday evening with Mr. and t%~s. D. R. Pursley at their summer ~e, the former Carrie Lincoln home, daughter Mrs. Charles Walter and Mrs. Ella Walter are spending a week at the Pewterbaugh cottage near Wil- 1.~amsport. --Miss Ruth Ruhl of Maplewood, N. J.. is spending several weeks at the Mifflinburg Hotel. --Mr. and Mrs. Clark Musser and son Bobby of Harrisburg were week- end guests of Professor and Mrs. Tho- mas M. Musser and son Btllie of Eas Market Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Powell ant son Freddie of Lititz and Mrs. Edgar Booth of Shamokin called on Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ruhl of West Chestnut Street, Saturday. --Mr. and. Mrs. Gilmer Keister had as dinner guests in their home on West Walnut Street, Friday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Keister, son Wayne of this place, Corporal Melvin H. Keis- tcr, who recently returned from Europe, Misses Almah Keister and Laura Whit- man of Elmira, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Keister and daughter Sharon of Tyrone. The group was entertained to dinner in the Claude Keister home, East Chestnut Street, on Sunday. --Miss Ruth Ruhl of Maplewood, N. ~., is spending several .weeks at the Mifflinburg Hotel. --Mr. and Mrs. Boyd M. Miller at- tended the funeral of the late Mark Halfpenny in Lewisbur9, Saturday af- ternoon. --Mrs. Emma Lyons of Hartleton visited with Mrs. Walter Packer of East Green Street, Wednesday of last x~reek. --Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Printzenhoff and children Patricia and Jack of Ro- chester, N. Y., are guests this week in the home of Mrs. Printzenhoff's pa- rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Swanger of West Chestnut Street. Professor and Mrs. Archie Swanger of Johnstown are spending sometime in the home of the former's parents. --Mrs. J. A. Broschart, Miss Dorothy Wagner, Mrs. Harold Hines and dau- ghter Peggy are spending ten days with relatives and friends in Brdigeport and Middletown, Conn. Mrs. Broschart and Miss Wagner visited in Danbury, Conn., with Mrs. Myrl Alexander and children. Mr. Alexander, who had been junior warden at the penitentiary at Danbury, is in Europe at the present, time. --Miss Agnes Barber was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. i Chambers, Mrs. John Cox and sons of West Mifflinburg. --Mrs. G. W. Hassinger of Middle- burg is a guest in the home of Mrs. Virginia B. Guier of East Chestnut Street. --Misses Lillian Gutelius and Sarah Gutelius entertained to Sunday dinner in their horn# on West Market Street, their week-end guests, Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Winton of Woodhaven, L. I., Mrs. Anna Leitzell, Mrs. J. S. Beckley, Mrs. M. E. Wittenmyer and Mrs. Ed- ith G. Fox of this place. --Edward Clifford of Montrose, co- owner of the Band Box Theatre, spent several days during the past week in this place. --Miss Edith Mac Chesnut, who is emp~pyed at Middletown, spent the. week-e~nd with her mother, Mrs. G. R. Chesnut and daughter Shirley Anne of East Chestnut Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gotshall, daughter Hazel and son Leroy, Bobby and Norma Jean Fetter, Mrs. Raymond Gotshall, Pfc. and Mrs. Clair Gotshall and son spent the week-end with Don- ald Gotshall of Painted Post, N. Y., and Paul Gotshall of Addison, N. Y. --Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fisher, children Benny, Sidney, Roger and Frederica were week-end guests of Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Arnold and daughters, Anna Jo and Lou Jane at their cottage at KerFs Dam near Centerville. Sunday guests of the Arnold family included Mr. and Mrs. J. Rall~h Davis and Mr. and Mrs. North Shellenberger of Mc- Alisterville. --Mrs. Lillian Steininger returned to her home on North Fourth Street, Tuesday evening, following a two week's visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Arbogast and family of Middleburg. --Mrs. James Orwig of Williams- port returned to her home, Monday, following a week's visit with her broth- er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Lontz of West Chestnut Street. --Mrs. Robert Winegarden of Pen- brook spent F~'iday afternoon with Mrs. Walter Packer in this place. Mr. and Mrs. Winegarden are vacationing at Weikert. --Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Minniek and daughter Ellen Cole of Jersey Shore spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Lontz in this place. --Mrs. EIwood W. Catherman and daughters Maxine Betty and Martha Ann of East Chestnut Street recently returned to their home after spending a week at Williamsport, the guests of Mrs. Catherman's father, Charles Cul- ver, Sr. --Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith spent Saturday evening with Misses Ellen ;,nd Charlotte Shields in Lewisburg. --Mrs. Hugh Maloy of Altoona vis- ited with Mrs. L. E. Maurer, Friday ~fternoon. --Mrs. Fannie Walker and Mrs. Her- left Culp of Mifflinburg, R. D., spent Thursday in Sunbury. --Miss Eleanor Hoffman of Hartle- ton spent the week-end with her grand- mother, Mrs. Charles Hoffman of this place. --A picnic supper was held Wednes- day evening ~t Sand Bridge Cottage. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Ritter and children of New Ber- lin, Mrs. Fred Edelman of Hartleton, Mrs. Charles Tempovits of Philadel- phia. Mr. and Mrs. John Throssel and children, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Koons and daughter Mary and Miss Kath- erine Roush of Mifflinburg. --Mrs. Harry From of Pittsburgh spent last week visiting in Mifflinburg. --Mr. and Mrs. James Oberdorf of Lewisburg visited with Mrs. C. W. Hassenplug, Sunday. --Misses Jeanne Throssel, Dorothy Diehl, Helen Wagner and Greta Kling" man returned Monday from Atlantic City where they had been vacationing since last Thursday. --Mrs. Leiser Grove and Mrs. Ed- ward Smith spent Thursday in Sun- hury. --Mrs. Henry Stuck visited with Mrs. L. E. Maurer, Thursday after- noon. --Miss Marie Rudy of Staten Islan.d, N. Y., spent the week-end at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Elmer Rudy and her father, Marland Rudy. --Mrs. Ralph Mersinger and daugh- ter Betty of Rutherford, N. J., are vis- iting with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kilns- man of East Walnut Street. --Mr. and Mrs. John Sechler of Mid- dletown returned to their home Mon- day after having spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs .Frank Strickler and daughter Edith. Their daughter Nancy remained for an extended visit in this ~lace. addition to the Boyer family were Mrs. Charles Stitzer, Mrs. William Benson and children, Margaret and Billy. --The following enjoyed a picnic at Sand Bridge Cottage last Thursday evening: Mrs. McCool Snyder, Mrs. Robert Chambers, Mrs. Rudolph Ries, Mrs. Howard Klingman, Mrs. Charles Shirk, Mrs. W. Z. Sleighter, Mrs. Wil- mer Harter, Mrs .Carroll Reeser and son Jimmy, Misses RoseTauro, Mary Koons and Katherine Roush, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Koons all of Mifflinburg; Mrs. Fred Edelman of Hartleton and Mrs. Charles Temkovits of Philadel- phia. --Mrs. Scott Walter spent Monday afternoon with her cousin, Mrs. Rebec- ca Kline of Lewisburg. --Mrs. D. L. Francis and son Den- nie, left Wednesday of last week for SanDiego, Calif., where they will meet Commander Francis, whose ship is now in a western seaport. Mrs. Francis- and son have been living with the former's father, M. L. Steadman of West Chestnut Street. They were ac- companied on the trip to California by Mrs. Johnson of Allentown who will visit with her husband. --Mr. and Mrs. Allen Schoch of York, Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Ster- ling and Miss Helen Hieter of William- sport spent the week-end with T. B. Hieter, Mrs. Clyde Beckley, Jr., son Ricky and Mrs. Larry Hoffman of West Market Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Franklin M. Earnest and Miss Nancy Gutelius, the latter of Rockville Center, L I., visited last Thursday with Miss Anne Earnest, who is spending a month at Briar Cliffe, a girls' camp at Lap0rte. --James Keiser and sister Mrs. Ber- tha Vincent of W~st Milton spent Mon- day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Scott Walter of Green Street. Have You l- ad Your Car WASHED, POLISHED or WAXEDLATELY? TEXACO Filling Station East Chestnut Street Earl D. Bingaman, Prop. Phone 6-200 MIFFLINBURG, PA. Island, N. Y., Tuesday. She was ac-~ companied by Miss Jeanne Marie Grove i fo who expects to visit with Miss tus and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Collins Gutelius. Miss Gutelius, was graduated several weeks ago high school, is enrolled in an course at the Berkeley Secretar School, New York City. She will sume her studies in September. GLOBAL ATLAS OF ~ear Laurelton: --~mong the out-of-town relatives and friends who attended the funeral late James Hoy in Mifflinburg. afternoon, were: Mrs. Alice of Lewisburg, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sanders of Shamokin, Mrs. Patti Cook Vicksburg, Mrs. Annie Look and MiSS Mabel Custer of Selinsgrove. z-Mrs, Myron Taylor, sons Dickie Michael of Philadelphia and Miss Charlotte Hackenberg, the latter a stu- nt Franklin Institute, that city, 'the week-end with their parents, i Mr, and Mrs,, Roy Hackenberg of East Market Street. Mrs. Hackenberg ac- companied her daughters on the re- trip for a week's visit. ~-Mrs. David Kerr is spending this at Newton Hamilton. the train; ins camp of the Methodist Church. The R~V. Mr. Kerr, pastor of the Metho~ Church, spent Saturday at New- ton Hamilton. --Miss Marifreda Bates, occupational at the Danville State Hospit- spent the week-end with her pa- Mr. and Mrs. Jere Bates of East Green Street. --Mrs. George Orwig of Williams- was a week-end guest of her bro- and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Brungald of Market Street. --Miss Margaret Lodge spent sever- last week with Mr. and Mrs. C. Stuck at Log Cabin, in the Mile Narrows. and Mrs. C. D. Pewterbaugh, THE WORLD AT WAR with invasion maps that eover PRICE 25c per copy The WAR ATLAS featurea GLOBAL MAPS of the world. wUl find 30 regular projection color maps every part of world--accurate, easy to read completely indexed, including India, East Ind4es, Japan, Soviet Union, Australia, Ph, ili British Isles, Norway and possible points ot invasion. 'LARGE SCALE !M, APS NORTHERN ANT) SOUTHER EUROPE, Germany, Italy, renean, Afrlca, Panama South America, United States, nada, West Indies. 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