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: i Photographs of Youngsters of Mif[linbttrgan-d -Surrot nding Community .... Anna Barbara Coup David Beckley Jacquita Englehart Anna Barbara Coup, dhu0hter of Mr. ]acquita Enolehart, daughter of Mr. ' ~nd~Mrs. Merrill L. Coup of Laurelton. ~md Mrs. Dale Enolehart of Pleasant David Beckley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gro',~. H. Beckley of Fifth and Green Richard Beckley, son of Serg. and Mrs. Clyde Beckley, Serg. Beckley is I" --Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. Lynch of ,uM ihe Town ov, ooce ,, I Mrs. David L. Glover and Mr. and --- Mrs. Kreider E. Kurtz in this place, --David Adams of Arlington, N. J.,: Sunday. sptnt the week-end in the home of Mrs. I --Miss Anna Halfpenny of Jersey Otto Goerdell of West Market Street. t City, N. J., is visiting her sister, Miss Nell Halfpenny and Mr. and Mrs. Er- Mrs. Adams and son Karl, who had! 'spent several weeks with her mother, Mrs. Goerdell, returned with Mr. Ad- on Monday. --Mr. and Mrs. Willis Baer of Elk- W. Va., were week-end guests of the latter's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Harry O. Reynolds of East Walnut Street. Mr. and Mrs. Baer returned to their home, Tuesday, accompanied by Rev. Mr. Reyonlds, who expects to spend a week with them. ..... Lt. and Mrs. Vance Laubach, Mr. and Mrs. Theron Dersham and sons, Mrs. Lena Dersham and Mr. and Mrs. Watson spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. William Reed and David and Dufrane of Mifflin- R.D. -Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Crawford of Milton spent the week-end and Labor Day Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ruhl of East nest Watson of West Chestnut Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kauffman of Barberton, O., and Mr. and Mrs. James Millhoff of Akron, O., were week-end guests of Professor and Mrs. Thomas M. Musser and son Billie o~ East Mar- ket Street. Sunday supper gusets in the Musser home included Mr. and Mrs. Clark Musser, son Bobby and Mrs. Esther Martin of Harrisburg. --Miss Bessie Walter and Mrs. t-I. M. Stanley of Lewisburg, Mrs. James Hughes of DelMonte Peninsula, Calif., were dinner guests, Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Halfpenny .of East Chestnut' Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Theron Dersham and sons had as dinner guests in their home on East Green Street, Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Baer of Elkins, W. Va., and Rev. H. O. Reynolds of this place. --Mr. and Mrs. Robert Winegarden, Mr. and Mrs. Gill and Mr. Wagner of Harrisburg called on Mrs. Walter Packer oI East Green Street, Labor Day. Mr. arid Mrs. Winegarden have purchased the Hollenbach property, South Sixth Street, Lewisburg, and ex- Dennis, spent the week-end with pact to occupy it in the near future. Mr, Aumiller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Winegarden has retired from the Aaron Aumiller of Millmont, R. D. service of the Pennsylvania Railroad Green Street. --Aaron Aumiller of Bellefonte spent several days last week with Mr. and C. A. Kniss of Green Street and md Mrs. Henry Moyer and fam- Mifflinburg, R. D. The lad's pa- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Aumiller and The couple's son Aaron accompanied on the return trip to Bellefonte, ..Mrs. Josephine Hayes, an employee at Laurelton State Village, spent days last week with Mr. and tfter serving that company for 42 years. 9lrs. Wlnegarden is a cousin of Mrs. Packer. f,: .-Mrs. Frank Flemino has returned to her home in Monessen following a visit with her brother-in-law and sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. William Kline of East Gi'een Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ehrhard of Roaring Springs called on Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Loudy and T. B. Hiet- er in this place, Sunday. Mr. Erhard' C. A. Kniss, this place. Wilbur Aikey, Miss Kathryn' Atk ~ e.y and Paul Valentine of near West t~dilton spent Sunday with Mrs. Maye and Mike Strickler of West Street. -~Luther Grove of Lock Haven spentI is a broth& of Mrs. Loudy. tl~e week-end with his mother, Mrs. --Dr. and Mrs. Leslie B. Seely of ~illiam Grove of East Green Street. Cermantown are spending ~his week -,-Miss ]oanne Spaid resumed her du- [ with the latter's sisters, Misses Sue and as a teacher in the Lancaster CityI Margaret Bogenrief of West Walnut Tuesday, following the sum-[ Street. --Mr. and Mrs. David Frederick vacation. Her parents, Mr. and ~N'a's. Hobert Spaid, accompanied her o~ the trip to Lancaster. spent the week-end at Tree Haven, their cottage along Penn's Creek. Mrs. Charles Dreese of Lewistown spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Della Feese v'ho has been making her home with Mr. and Mrs. Frederick, West Walnut Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Rine and family of 1: ncaster spent Sunday with Mr. Rine's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Kline in this place. --Mr. and Mrs. Clark Mench and Mrs. M. E. Wittenmyer were dinner guests of Mrs. Lillian Steininger at the Woodward Hotel, Sunday. --Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Koch and grandson Cyrus Shreck, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Shreck and Mrs. Burrows of Mazeppa and Mrs. Harry Struble of this place enjoyed the week-end at a cabin near a fire tower above Hairy ~chn's Park. --Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Minnick and daughter Ellen Cole of Jersey Shore were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beckley Leona Wilson with the LI. S. Army on Tinian Island in the Marianas. Leona Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Wilson of Fourth Street, Mifflinburg. C. F. Lontz of West Chestnut Street. --Mr. and Mrs. George L. Grove, daughter Jeanne Marie, Mrs. Bertha Grove and Mrs. Susan Arbogast are spending this week at the Mt. Valley Fruit Farm, Mifflinburg, R. D. --Miss Frances Baker of Philadelphia spent the week-end with her parents, M~. and Mrs. Ernest Baker, daughter Lt. June Baker, an Army Nurse home on leave, and Abe Harris, of East Mar- ket Street. ,--Mrs. Richard Wagner and chil- dren have returned to their home on East Green Street from Bridgeport, Conn., where they visited with Mrs. Wagner's sister, Mrs. Myrl Alexander zmd children. --Miss Sallie Payne of Lewisburg was a Sunday evening dinner guest of Mrs. G. R. Chesnut and daughter Shir- ley Anne of East Chestnut Street. Miss Payne also spent the night in the Ches- nut home . --Mr, and Mrs. William Schroat and .~en "Butch" of Collingdale spent sev- eral days with Mrs. Schroat's mother, Mrs. Charles Shaffer o~ South Sixth Street. --Misses Gertrude and Anna Bastian of Allentown returned to their home, Tuesday, followinq several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ruhl of \Vest Chestnut Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Ray Minium and daughter have moved from Hartleton to the West Side of the Clarence Cham- kers property, West Chestnut Street, formerly occupied by the late Mrs. dletown spent the week-end and Labor Day with her mother, Mrs. G. R. Ches- nut and daughter Shirley Ann in this place. --Mrs. Harry Brungard spent the week-end with her son-in-law and dau- ghter, Mr. and Mrs. George Royer, Jr., n~ family of Sunbury. --Mr. and Mrs. Newton Catherman cf Selinsgrove called on Friday after- noon on Mrs. Harry Struble of East Green Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gutelius and f;.~mily returned to their home in Kan- sas. City, Mo., Tuesday, following a week's visit with Mr. Gutelius" sisters, Mrs. Clark Mench and Mrs. George Chambers and their families in this place. ~ --Mr. and Mrs. William Schroat and son "Butch" of Collingdale spent Sun- day with Mrs. G. R. Chesnut and dau- ghters in this place, to'[[ --Mrs. Clyde Stitzer entertained dinner, Labor Day, in her home on East Chestnut Street, Mrs. Elmer Rudv and Miss Irene Norman. --l~Irs. Rose Erhard of Philadelphia spent the week-end with her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Kline at their home in this place. --Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beckley of Baltimore, Md., spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Beckley and Mrs. Robert Grove in this place. --Mr. and Mrs. Francis Zechman of Baltimore, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Ja- cob Bulick of Selinsgrove visited with The Mtffliabarg Telegraph, Ml|fliaberg, Peaaa., Thursday'i Szptmabzr 6, Mlckey Chambers Mickey Chambers, son 6f Pvt. and Mrs. Charles W. Chambers of West Chestnut Street. Pvt. Chambers is ser-~ wng with the LI. S. Marines at Parris Island, S. C. --Miss Anne Ilgen returned to htr h~e on West Walnut Street, ..Tues- day, following a week's visit with Miss Lohr of Johnst0wn. Miss Ilgen Miss Lohr are students at Gettys- College. --Lt~ and Mrs. Vance Laubach were dinner guests of relatives in ~rwick. --Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Stevens and of Huntingdon Mills spent ~$unday with Professor and Mrs. Glenn Stevens and son Leslie of West Chestnut Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Robert Erdley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dief- and children and Mrs. Ora were among those who Labor Day at Rolling Green rk, ;-Mr. and Mrs. George Stover spent Labor Day week-end in Canada, tEDDY KILOWATT i'M A YES. aN WEU-, "lrlr=Y'Rl RIGHT ~OPFIFOIf J9~ J~ll)Ot II,~orJff .. 1 Can't Say No... I'M "mE ONF_ ,,vvI, H who RIN(. "[M 6ETTER UC41T BETTER. c IGHT with Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Chambers in this place on Sunday. --Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chambers and daughters had as supper guests in their home on East Market Street, Thursday evening Mrs. Emily Pepperman and Mrs. David Penman of Williamsport. --Mrs. J. S. Beckley and Mrs. Ro- bert Beckley, the latter of Baltimore, Md.. were shoppers in Sunbury, Satur- day. --Miss Mary Voris of Lewisburg, Misses Sue and Margaret Bogenrief and house guests, Dr. and Mrs. Leslie B. Seely of Germantown, had dinner, Tuesday evening at the Lewisburg Inn. --Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sterling of Williamsport spent the week-end and Labor Day with T. B. Hieter, Mrs. Larry Hoffman, Mrs. Clyde Beckley, Jr., and son Ricky of West Market Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Smith of Lew- ~stown were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Stuck at the Log Cabin, in the Fourteen Mile Narrows. --Mr. and Mrs. Scott Walter visited vsith Miss Margaret Ruhl and Charles Ruhl of Millmont, R. D., Sunday af- ternoon. --Mrs. Rufus Beaver is a guest this week of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Clyde Snyder, at her cottage near Altoona. --Miss Patsy Davis of Kingston spent the past week with Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Arnold and daughters Anna Jo and Lou Jane at their cottage at KerFs Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis were Labor Day guests of the Arnold family --Mrs. Ray Smith of Bellevue, O., Mrs. Paul Smith of Akron, O., Misses Gertrude and Anna Bastian of Allen- town called on Miss Margaret Ruhl and Charles Ruhl of Millmont, R. D., during the week-end. --Mrs. Celesta Lincoln and Miss Sara ]ones of Pittsburgla were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Halfpenny of East Chestnut Street. --Misses Margaret and Sue Bogen- rief and house guests, Dr. and Mrs. Leslie .B. Seely of Germantown, spent Labor Day with Mrs. John Prettyleaf of Lewistown. -'-Mr. and Mrs. Allen Schoch re- turned to their home in York Monday evening following a week's visit with Mrs. Schock's father, T. B. Hieter and granddaughters, Mrs. Larry Hoffman, Mrs. Clyde Beckley, Jr., and son Ricky in this place. --Charles Ruhl and sister, Miss Mar- 9aret Ruhl had as Sunday evening sup- per guests in their home on Mitlmont, R. D., Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hummel and family of Berwick. --Mr. and Mrs. ]ohn Shellenberger of McAtisterville spent several days lest week with Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Arnold and daughters at their cottage at KerFs Dam. --Mrs. Harrison Schrader and Mrs. Harry W. Klose attended the funeral of the latter's niece, Mrs. James Whit- all in Danville, Friday morning. --Dr. and Mrs. Van Foster of State College and Byron BBrber of Pitts- Pennsylvania Power & Light Company ,n ,1|1,1 , ,, _ I ,mf,,l,, ,,'.e-s MAN MeAN DAY a,t LNI6HT TO, II~ ~ lira. 0.$. ~ Ofli l i i i ii ii iii| burgh, spent Monday evening with Agnes Barber and Mrs. Leon in this place. --The following spent the at Coon's Lodge, the Knepp Camp near Pleasant Grove: Mr. and Mrs. Knepp, Mrs. Robert Roush and daugh- ter Anne, Mrs. Ralph Shaffer and son Carl, Mrs. Robert Bingaman, Mr. an& Mrs. Paul Boop and sons Dale and Gene. --Mrs. Harold Grieg of spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs' Raymond Beaver and family. --Mrs. Arthur Baker and Miss L Baker of Sunbury spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Strickler and daughter Edith. --Mrs. Alice Hayes of spent the week-end with Mrs. Robert S. Gutelius, East Chestnut Street. --Mrs. B. F. Thomas of Lewisbur spent the week-end with her law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W'. Z. Sleighter of West Chestnut Street. --Misses Miriam Hassenplug and Caroline Wagner attended the lican Picnic at Lincoln Park, last nesday. --Mr. and Mrs. Charles who are vacationing at the Hotel and Miss Jane Bibiohaus relatives and friends in Middleburg Monday. --Mrs. Raymond Winter spent from Friday until Sunday with relatives in, McKeesport. On her return she was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Albert Henrich and her father, John Ripple who are visiting in the Winter home. --Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spaid and daughter Patricia of Harrisburg call-! ed at the home of Mrs. C. W. plug, Wednesday evening. --Miss Margaret Ocksreiter of Lewis- burg called at the home of Mrs. ward Smith of Green Street, Tuesday. --Mrs. Edgar Rudy of and Miss Ruth Yarger of called on Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Klosel and Mrs. Perry Hassinger, Friday ning. --Robert Schuck of Akron, Ohio, Mrs. C. W. Hassenplug of this spent Friday in Lewlsburg. --Mrs. Clarence Zeller and ter Mary Kathryn of this place were Williamsport visitors Saturday. .-Miss Kathryn Sholly spent week-end at her home in this place. --Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith Green Street will have as guests in their home this (Thursday) Misses Charlotte and len Shields of Lewtsburg; Mrs. Cora Rosewag, Misses Edna and Elsie All- wine of Washington, D. C. --Mr. and Mrs. Warren Emery Chestnut Street visited over Labor with relatives in Ahoona. --Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guy of adelphia and Oswell Guy of Va., were week-end guests o[ Charles Wagner and daughters, Dorothy and Mrs. J. A. Broschart West Chestnut Street. The spent Labor Day with Mr. and Craw[ord Loudyof East Market --Mrs. Amy Kneiple 6f Norfolk, is spending several weeks with M/'. Mrs. Crawford Loudy in this place. --Fred Broschart of Forty-Fort ed on Saturday with Mrs. Wagner, Mrs. ]. A. Broschart, Esther and Dorothy Wagner in place. --Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kille and dren Gwen, lean and Tommy Of grove, N. ]., spent from Thursday til Monday with Mr. and Mrs. W. Sleighter and Benny Thomas of Chestnut Street. --Mr. and-Mrs. George Swartz, and Mrs. Harry Knarr and son Schuck of Akron, Ohio, spent ~,Vednesday with Mrs. C. W. plug. --David Middlesworth, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wirt of town and Rev. and Mrs. Ray and daughter of Marysville, Pa., on Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Klose Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hassinger of Market Street, one day last week. --Mr. and Mrs. Charles who are guests at the Woodward were Wednesday evening dinner at the Bibighaus home. --Miss Barbara Zimmerman ington is spending this week with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt man of Maple Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Raymond turned to their home Friday a visit last week with Mrs. sister, Mrs. Gordon Peters and of Audabon, N. J., and at N J. --Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Keefer of place spent Labor Day with and friends in Hanover. --Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peters and dren spent the week-end with Carl Girton of Bloomsburg and Pcier's parents in Catawissa. ~L