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/ >~ The Miffiir~burg Telegva~)h, Mifflinburg, Penna.. Thursday. August Mrs. Emery Russell of Norristown spent several days last week with her niece. Mrs. Madeline To~vnsend and family. (Mrs. Luqu Ellington, an employee at the Laure[ton State Village, spent Thursday of last week with Mrs, Esther M~iller and family. Mrs. J(~sephine Hayes, an em- ployee at the Laurelton State Vill- age, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Musser and family. The following were shoppers in Sunbury ,and also called at the El- wood King home in ~hat ptace, Thursday: Mrs. Alvin Shifter, dau- ghters Mary Solomon, Mrs. Ruth Musser and son Bil,lie, Mrs. Lament Musser and Mrs. Josephine Hayes. Don't forget the Sunday School and Community picmc, Saturday at Lincoln Park. Rand ...... MRS. 8. M. JORDAN, 8R., Correspondent Clarence Hoffmaster called on Walter and Le~vis Campbell on Sun- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jordan. son Andrew Clarence Hoffmaster called at the Martin Eisenhauer home on Thursday evening. Joseph VanHorn of Northumber- land called on his niece. Mrs. W. J. Shambach. Tuesday. Marie VanHorn spent Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Sim- onton. Charqes R. Smith of was a business caller in town, any evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bierl ~VIr. and Mrs. Elmer Benner shopping in Sunbury, Friday. James Snook and son Helen Gemberling, KenAucky Moun,tain Missionary, and Eleanor Gemberling, teacher of Music in Moody Bible Inst:ilute, will be at the Rand School. Sunday afternoon at 2 (,'clock, Mr. and Mrs. William Erb and son, Mrs. Edward Bellmyer of Lew- isburg, called on ,her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Jordan, Jr., and family on Sunday. John Moser of White Springs call- ed on his daughter, Mrs. David Yohn and family on Sunday. Lewis Campbell and brother Wal- ........ -- -- .... - - -:~-~-- ........ ~ ter and Evelyn Campbell called at the S. M. Jordan, Sr., fiome on Sun- day. S. M. Jordan, Sr., son Andrew called on Mr. and Mrs. William Shif- ter and family on Sunday. Mrs. Norman Showers, Mrs. Rose Campbell and Evelyn Campbell o,f Marten spe~t the week-end at the Hartleton I m MRS. ANNIE GOODLING, Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wood were recent visitors o McClure where they helped their cousin, Mrs, Mid- dlesworth celebrate her birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. William Troxell and Campbell home. Clinton Troxell of Shamokin were social'and business callers in town, Thursday. Mrs. John Catherman and daugh- ter Jane were Carlisle visitors, last week. Miss Nancy Greenawalt returned to +her home in New Cumberland last Saturday after a pleasant visit with her friend, Jane Ca, therman. GuY Haupt and sister, Mrs. Pearl Haupt McDermott, of Wilkes-Barre, were dinner guests at the Shirk Boarding House Friday noon. They spent several hours in the afternoon with their cousin, Mrs. Melvin Cath- erman. Mrs. William Diehl visited her daugh~ter, Mrs. Ranck at the hos- pital, in Danvflle, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Daubert of Lewisburg were town visitors, Sun- day afternoon. i~1 ~harles of Harrisburg spent Thursday evening with his cousin Living 1 Mrs. Martin Eisenhauer and dau- ghter Blanche called on her parents, Melvin Catherman and wife. He re- "::; ported his sister, Mable, in a critical condition the result of a fall a few weeks ago, and under the constant "care of a trained nurse. Mrs. William Diehl was the guest of Lewisburg folks several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. FrancLs D,effender- ~72~:,: fer of Pleasant Grove were Saturday ~}~ :~ i~ evening guests of their daughter, :Mrs. Paul MitChell and Miss Fran- ~!~ :~! :: cos Jean. ~)~:( + Mrs. Alexander Bell and her cou- sins, Mrs. Chapman and, Mrs. augg of Washington, D. C., enjoyed a week's stay at the Bell home in this Olace. (Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wood are entertaining their friends Mrs. Ste- vens of Martins Ferry, Ohio, Miss Paul, Mrs. Henry and daughter of Uniontown, Pa., w~ho are enjoying sometime here. Mrs. Ralph Musser of Loch4el and daughter Mrs. Reamer of Plea- ~x[t Grove were Sunday afternoon ~allers at the Cu~tin Katherman home. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Coxe and no- ~he~v Garland Vaechlano, Mr. and Mrs. l~oss FiSher and daugheer Eth- ; el were to Wyaluslng over the week- end fishing or tz~ying to fish. At least' they had a Jolly time. Miss Mary Schreoder of the Lau- ~'eRon S~e Village was a Monday nl~ht guest at the Ross Fisher home. Seaman Roberet Sl~irk, sister and Mary and Myrtle Ruhl were Harris- burg visitors, Tuesday. Wilbur Lukens and family of Lau- relton spent Sunday evening with the Clair Ruhl family. Miss Marialice Queroli of Phila- ~lelphia, w~ho is visiting her gra~d- parents in Laurelton, spent Tuesday .wi+th her cousin, Frances Jean Mit- chell. ;Mrs. Carbon Walter and daughter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stover ~n Millheim, Saturday Food, fuel and clothing are high- er. But electricity is still cheap! Since August, 1940. the cost of living has +gone up 22%. During the same three-year period, the average price o# household electricity, here, has dropped ! ! Today, electricity for the average household costs only about halt as much as it did fifteen years ago If your bill is a little higher than it was then, that's because you use a lot more electric appliances. And you're qettinq lust about twice as much for your money! Why is electricity so cheap? Be- cause the eleetric companies under ex- perienced business management have done a better and better |oh of bring- ing the benefits of electricity to more and more families at lower and lower prices. Mr, and Mrs. S. M. Jordan, Sr.. on Saturday. Ruth Shambac~h visited friends in Potato Valley and Middleburg the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Miles VanHorn of Summit spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister, Mrs. W. J. Sham- bach and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Shambach and famii~ called at the home of John Simonton, last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Shambach and family visited wit~ her brother, Ray A. VanHorn at Middleburg on Sun- day evening. Mr. VanHorn is on the sick list. Kay E. VanHorn of Middleburg spent a few days with her uncle and .aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Shambach and family. Max Shambach spent Monday with Edna Koehler. YGUlt I[~LgC'I'RiC 8KR,~qT Hear "REPORT TO THE NATION," new$ program o[ the wee&, eyer,/ Tuesday eyenlng, 9:]0, E.W.T., Columbia Broadcasting By~tem. 'I[Y" II I __ .... ifflinburg and Reno NEWTON BENNE'R. Correspondent ~ew Berlin, were business Mrs. Annie Yost and Miss Dora Taylor of Lewisburg were visiting friends in town. Wednesday. The condition of Dewey Haire is improved. He was gored by a bull, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Reagan of Winfield, were social callers at .the home of Mrs. Sallie Benner, ~rhursday evening. Eugene Cook and Mr. Stamm of ,Washington, D. C., spent the week- end with Mr. Cook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Cook. The Women's Missionary Society Jnet at the home of Mrs. Martha Benner, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Benner visit- ,ed with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Miller in Lewisburg, Thursday evening. +Miss Gladys Rouser of Williams- port spent the week-end wit'h Miss Jean Ruth Benner. :i:? the (yld mill site, Monday. Ira Seebold and family and old Catherman and family Sunday afternoon with Henry er and family in New Berlin. ---~ ENTERTAIN AT CAMP Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Ches,nu Mifflinburg entertained at a and egg supper at the Loudy Laurel Park, Tuesday Guests included: Mr. and Mrs. : ~chroat and daughters Pauline Dolores of Collingdale, John ~)f Williamsport, Mr. and Mrs. ford Loudy, Mr. and Mrs. Grove and Miss Shirley Anne nut of Mifflinburg. ~CHOOLS TO OPEN AUGUST Mifflinburg Public Schools open on Monday, August 30 fo~ 1943-44 term. DON'T WASTE ELECTRICITY JUST IECAUSE IT ISN'T RATIONED! WAR BOlqD6 FOK VICTORY present |ow rate5 are even litore .