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:speat- this Saturday evening in Dan~llei . . placel Saturday afternoon. ~ l --Rodney Sechlev, who spent the Tax Richard Brevcn and son summer months with his grandmo- of Milton spent several days with M~. Mary Brown of ther, Mrs. Clyde Sechler and uncle Wzilnut ~tzbet, Mrs. Mary and aunt, Mrs. Fay Badger in this , who .is empl0yed at Harris- place, returned to his home at Pal- spent the past week at her! isade, N. J., last week. Approximately 30,000,000 employ- in this place. --Mr. and Mrs Aaron Hassinger ~s will be relieved of the work of ark MensL'h, left Friday for and family of Lawrenceville spent computing their 1944 income tax by eville, Ohio, for a visit with trom Thursd'ay until Sunday with using "Withholding Receipts" for brother, :Elmer Mensch, who is Mr. Hassingers mother, Mrs. Charles their returns, Joseph D. Nunan, Jr~ his home at tBat place. Hassinger. On their return trip to Commissioner of Internal Revenu~ Lawrenceville they Wex;e accom- has announced. Under the new ar- ~r. and Mrs. Gi S. Stevens and panied byk Mrs. Hassinger who ex- rangements, the work of filling out Herbert of Hurttingdon Mills pects to spend several weeks with lhe Withholding Receipt, from the week-end with the form- her son and family, which the tax is computed, ought to Professor-Glenn Z. Steven: consume no more than five minutes. rife of East Chestnut Street. and Mrs. Charles B. Gaunl Harrisburg spent several day~ with the former's mother, i Ellen Gaunt of West Chestnut Lawrence E. Snyder of Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Snyder of Richfield are several days this week with and' Mrs. Robert D. Arnold and Lou Jane and Anna go at cabin at Kerr's Dam, Penn's and Mrs. Ernest Y. Cham- "Visited, Sunday evening, with and Mrs. Robert Shriner and Mary Mai'garaet of Cow- Miss Shrtner, who is employed spent the week-end parents. ~md Mrs. D. W. Penman Sauers of Williamsport of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert and daughters Natalie, and Maxine of East Mar- on Sunday. and Mrs. Myron C. Sterling on l~ussel Cardell and family Wednesday evening of Paul Ilgen, Sr., who is em- in Washington, D, C., spent with his family of Walnut Street. Vance Laubach. who as- her duties as Commercial in- " in the Watsontown Public 'hst week. spent the week- her mother, Mrs. Lena of Green Street. and Mrs, Gilmer Ketster Sunday with the latter's pa- and Mrs. Clark Ale of R. D. and. Mrs Harry W. Klose latter's sister, Mrs. Ernest called on Misses Laura Drum of Winfield, Sun. Pennycoff of Baltimore, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ,and' son Bobby of Lee Royer Apartment, West Street. ,and Mrs. Earl Kleckner week-end guests of Mr. and ~verett Fasold of Shamokin. Ella Walter spent several last week with her son-in-law daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert af Sunbury. Robert Stature of River- a week-end guest of Mr. William Pick of East Mar- Marlfreda Bates, who is ~s an occupational thera- at the Danville State Hospital, week-end with her pa- Mr. and Mrs. Jere Bates of ~a'ee. Mrs. John Throssel, son lh'ofesR~ and ,Mrs. Thomas M. and lion Billie vistied with Robert Workman and of Freeburg, Sun- Mrs. Robert Wi~on of visited on Sunday eve- and Mrs. Harry W. Walnut Street. C. F. Lontzspent several week in Camp Hill with Ke~u,eth Lor~tz, assisting /Mrs. Lontz and dau- who had been resid- in Eben@burg, Camp Hilt. Mr. Lontz at Middletown. Mensctl of Philadelphia of Lewis- on Mr, and Mrs. Scott ---4Mrs. Charles Klingman and Miss Mary I. Shively were dinner guests of ,Mrs. W. S. Wentzel of Sunbury, and Mrs. Gerald E. Wolfe of WiN liamsport at the Mifflinburg "Hotel c n Saturday evening. Mrs. Wentzel nnd Mrs. Wolfe, daughters of Rev. W. H. Clipman, former pastor of the local Presbyterian Church, also visited with the local folk on Sat- brday afternoon. --Miss Ellen Schoen of Northfield, N. J., and Miss Eleanor Gast, dau- ghter of Mr .and Mrs. Paul Gast, spent the week-end at Miss Gast's home on Mifflinburg, R D. 2. Both ,Miss Schoen and Miss Gast are stu- dent nurses at Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia. --Mr. and Mrs. Richard Deni- thorne and Miss Bertha Campbell of Coatesville spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I-Iall Campbell of Walnut Street and oth- er relatives. --Mrs. Frances Boldereff and dau- ghter of State College, spent Sunday, with Mrs. Boldereff's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Motz. Mrs. Motz accom- panied them on their return to State College, and expects to visit with them for several days. --Mrs. Mae Gutelius spent the week-end with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr..~nd Mrs. Benton Derr of Lewisburg. --Miss Kathryn Shelly, who is a student at Pennsylvania State Col- lege, spent the week-end with her mother. Mrs. Fred Shrilly, and her grandparents. Mr. and ~Vfrs, Samuel Harter of East Market Street. She was accompanied on the return trip to State College by Mrs. Shelly, ,Mrs. Harter and Mrs. Warren Dieffender- fer. --Mr. and Mrs. Potter of Pitts- burgh spent several'days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leitzell. --Miss Jane Bibighaus and Mrs. Blanche Gast spent Wednesday of this week visiting friends in Wood- ward, --E. C. Shively and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aumiller of Selinsgrove spent Sunday with Mr. ,and ~Mrs. M. I. Shively of East Market Street. --Mrs. W. W. Keen of Altoona spent Monday of this week with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Shively of this place. --Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaver at- tended the funeral of Mrs Lila Beav- er at Lewistown on Wednesday of last week. --Miss Margaret Ocksreiter of Lewisburg visited with Mr. and Mrs. Eel Smith one day l~st week. ---Mrs. Ralph Leitzell spent the past week in Baltimore wRh her husband who is employed in that city. ---,Mr. and Mrs. S. Irwin Roush and daughter June, attended church in Kratzerville on Sunday, and were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Herman of Winfield, R. D. 2. --Mr. and Mrs. Orvis Feese attend- ed the West End Fair Friday eve- ning and ~turday afternoon. ---Rev. S. ~. Bldlack and wife mo- tored to his old home in Luzerne County, near Benton and attended a iMinister's Conference held in the new Methodist Church, near Cam- bria. Enrottte home tl~ey "called on frlends in Berwlck, Pa. They noted the serious injury t~e crops have suffered by the drought. Rain will aid the late corn but most of the ripening fruits and grains are.blasto e~l. A Withholding Receipt, showing total wages paid and total income tax withheld during the year, is re- quired by law to be furnished by each employer to each of his em- Floyees on or before January 31. The form of the Withholding Receipt has been revised to include the necessary questions and instructions that will permit most employees'to use it as a return. This form of return may be used by anyone whose ;total income in 1944 was less than $5,000 in wages and not more than $100 in other forms ,such as dividends and inter- est. A taxpayer using his With- holding Receipt for his return will fill it in and mail it to his local col- lector of internal revenue by March 15, 1945. The collector will figure his tax, give him credit for the tax already paid and send him either a bill or a refund for the difference. A special feature of the new form solves the problems of many hus- bands and wives as to .whether to file separate or joint returns. If theI combined income of a husband and wife permits use of the new form they may combine their returns on one receipt,-and the collector wilt f!gure their tax on either their com- bined or separate incomes, which- ever is to their advantage. The tax on this form will be fig- ured by bhe collector from a table that automatl~ally allows about 10 percent of the employee's total in- come for charitable contributions, in- terest, taxes, medical expenses, etc. Therefore. the Commissioner of In- ternal Revenue states, employees should not list deductions for such expenses on their Withholding Re- ceipt. However, an employee whose expenses for these purposes exceed- ed 10 percent of his total income may claim his deductions in detail. .Printing of the new form of With- holding Receipts has begun, but it may take a few" months before all employers receive their supplies. The new form is being printed in tripli- cate. The employer gives the em- ployee the first two copies and sends the third to the office of the collec- tor in that district. The first Copy marked "Original", may ,be filled oBt by the employee and mailed in as his return. The second copy, mark- ed "Employee's Copy", or "Dupli- cate", is to be retained by the em- ployee for his o,~n personal records. Ik- WOMEN'S ~Y ~IIAN SEIgVIOE MEETS IN CHURC~ The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church of Miffli~burg met in the church, Wed- nesday evening of last week. The meeting featured the 4th anniver- sary of the society and the annual mite-box in4gathering. Miss Isabel Steele led the wor- ship Service, the topic of which was "The Christian's Response to Suff- ering". It included an instrumental ,prelude of old familiar hymns by Miss Janet Mench: readings by the leader interspersed with singing of old hymns by the group and prayer by the leader. Mrs. Clark Mench was in charge of the program which was a remin- iscence 03 the old Missionary Soci- ety. Mrs. Edith Fox told of-the be- ginniBg of the Woman's Society in India. Miss Effie Berry told of the begin- ning of the Missionary, Society in Mifflinburg which was organized in 1885. Miss Berry is the only char- ter member that Is living. Miss Anna Lincoln read the names of charter members. The dues were 2c a week and a prayer. The president, Mrs. Rollin Young, conducted the business meeting. Meeting adjourned to meet the L rst W ednesda._ y ~tening i.____.n October. REAL ESTATE SOLD Two farms and six pieces of real estate of the late David C. Galer of l Mifflinburg was sold by the execu-] tor of the estate, John A. Beard,.Esq. of Mifflinburg, Wednesday after- / noon. ] 100 acre farm in West Buffalo Township to Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Re- ber. ,Consideration $920.00. 130 acre farm in West Buffalo Township, known as the Ilgen farm was sold to Mr. and ~Mrs. Arthur N. Galer. Con- . . t s~deratmn $2300100. House and lot containing 81~ acres in West Buff- alo Township to James Aikey. Con- sid~ration $1275. 12. acres south s}de, East Ward of Mifflinburg to Arthur S. Snyder. Consideration $275. Harold M. Musser purchased 13 acre tract, south side in west ward of Mifflinburg for $700,00; 3 acres, west ward for $530.00; 2 acres, west ward for $105.00. These lracts join each other. The Borough of Mifflinburg purchased a 5 acre tract west of the stone quarry near the reservoir for $250.00. SERVICT~ AT PLEASANT GROVE Sunday School at 1:30. Special rally service at 2:30. Rev. J. F. Diehl, pastor of the Evangelical Church of Milton, will be the guest speaker. - - Let Us Solve Your Printing Problems - . 'The M ainburg . will conduct a scrap paper Tuesday afternoon commencin~t 1 o'clock. BOWLING 8~IDULE (all games start ~t 7 p.m.) Monday, September 18 -- wings vs. Ward's & Gertie's Tuesday, September 19---.Cards Wolves Wednesday, September t~uieks vs. Stees Amusement. Thursday, September 21 -- vs. Kooltex September 22-- Hacky's ice Cream : - - Let Us -|olve Your Printing Problems Doityourself at home. Each kit contains Per- manent Wave Solution, shampoo~curlers and wave 8el. ~e. Mone: antee. FINE WOVE STA TIONER Y Printed with Name and Address Choice o[ 100 SINGLE SHEETS 50 ENVELOPES or 50 DOUBLE SHEETS 50 ENVELOPES Orders taken at Mifflinburg Telei IR DESIGNED TO PROMOTE GREATER CIVILIAN SUPPORT'OF THE WAR EFFORT 40,000 EXHIBITS -- GIGANTIC MIDWAY WORLD'S BEST VAUDEVILLE -- SPEGTACULAR NIGHT SHOW -- EAST'S GREATEST CATTLE SHOW HORSE RACING--Tues., Wed., Thurs.. Fri. HORSE and MHLE PULLING CONTESTS, Tuesday, Sept. 26; Friday, Sept. 29. --- BIG THRILL SHOW, Saturday,, Sept. 30 -- Admission 60c, day; 3.0c, niflht. (tax included) Parking on grounds 50c WE'RE STILL YOUR BEST BET FOR ..... .. Whether for new work or remodelin9... All Lumber Items .... I .- We have the HOMASOTE bdilding board .- l I ---> WE SOLICIT YOUR ORDERS AND INQUIRIES CHARLES M. SNYDER MIFPLINBURG, PENNA,