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LUTHERAN M. REARICK. Pastor School at 9:00 a.m. Mr. Floyd Superintendent: Prof. Theron Dersham. Superintendent. MOUNTAIN CHAPEL-. 1:30 p.m. Susday School. 2:30 p, m. Worship service. REV. S. B. BIDLACK, Pastor LINCOLN CHAPEL-- Rev. Bidlack will preach at 10:30 a. m. PIg]gSBI '] gIAN OItUR(311 at 10:00. Harvest Thanksgiving Sermon subject:"Remembering REV. STACY L. ROBERTS. Pastor MIFFLINBURG-- THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14th-- at 7:30. Sermon Subject: "Life at 6:30 p.m. Monthly meeting of The Victor Prayer Service on Wednesday eve- Bible Class. A tureen supper will be served in tbe Church basement. METHODIST WARREN QUIMBY. Pastor School "Our Divine Possibilities". ~ung Adult Fellowship. Cq[IUR43H R. STOUDT. Pastor School at 9:15 a. m. Home Service at 10:30 a.m. Home Service at 7:30 p. m, SAINT PAUL'S C'HURC~ D. PEWTERBAUGH, Pastor FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th-" The Friendship Bible Class will hold its monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m. Miss Agnes Barber will lead the Bible study. This meet- ing will be preceded by a tureen supper at 5:30 in the Basement of the Church. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th--- 9:00 a.m. Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. Preaching Service. 11:00 a.m. Monthly meeting of the Sunday Sckool Board. 6:30 p. m, Christian Endeavor Meeting. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th-- 7:30 p.m. Midweek Prayer and Bible Study Hour. HARTLETON-- SLINDAY. SEPTEMBER 17th-- 2:00 p. m, Preaching Service. NEW BERLIN CHARGE Sunday School in charge of Prof. REV. RHSSELL MAYER. Pastor superintendent, and Leon Muss- NEW BERLIN. superintendent. You are cordially Sunday School 9:30. a study the word with us. ]unior and Senior C. E. 6:30. a.m. Morning worship. - \Vorship 7:30. subject: "Eating the Bread of Char- \Vednesdav at 7:30 Bible Study. PENN'S CREEK--" P.m. Christian Endeavor. Harvest Home 9:15. Combined Lutheran and Crusaders meet in the church an- Reformed Service. Rev.ElmerSeifert will bring the message. P.m. Evening worship. ~i Sunday School 10:15, subject: "Deceiving our own mind" DREISBACH,- meeting Wednesday evening 7:30. le a word, minimum 250. and Political rates on reque6t. SALE ANNIVERSARIES Sunday School 9:30. Harvest Home I0:30. --.----- ~ CAR RESERVES NEAR VANISHING POINT There ~xe only 20,000 new passen- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph --~ ger cars in the country today, OPA Steese of this place. announces. The. quota of new pus- Mr. and IMrs. Park A. Baker of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hendricks of Mifflinburg will observe the fourth anniversary of their marriage on Friday, September 15. Mrs. Hen- dricks is the former Leanna Hack- enberg, daughter of Mrs. Agnes Hackenberg of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Trutt of Miff- linburg will observe the ninth anni- versary of their marriage on Satur- day, September 16. Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles B. Gaunt of ttarrisburg will observe the first an- niversary of their marriage on Sat- urday, September 16~. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Maurer of Mifflinburg will observe the forty- second anniversary of their marri- age on Sunday, September 17. Private First Class and Mrs. Paul M. Stees of Mifflinburg will observe second anniversary of their marri- age on Sunday, September 17. Pfc. Stees is attached to an Engineering S_urvey Company at Camp Ellis, Ill. Mrs. Stees is residing with her hus- band. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mull of! Mifflinburg will observe the fourth anniversary, of their marriage on Monday, September 18. Mrs. Mull is the former Dorothy R. Steese, General Electric Radio in tubes. Also malleable senger automobiles available for ra- Easton, former Mifflinhurg residents, with hot water tank in good con- tioning in September will be 3,000 well observe the eleventh annlvers- W. Barnitz, 227 Chestnut St.. Pa. Phone 6-4354. with another 300 .as regional and ary of their marriage on Wednes- consisting ~ 300 as national emergency reserves, day, September 20. Mrs. Baker is o| land, all clear: located 21~ miles of Mifflinburg, Pa., l~ miles East This is the smallest quota since pas- the former Dorothy Klose' of Miff- Grove Schoolhouse. Large stone senger car rationing .began, and a linburg. and 8 room stone house, with all ne- Farm is offered on ac- 40 per cent cut from the August Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hommel of age and failing health of owner at ss than the cost el building the house quota of 5,000. The new September Mifflinburg will observe the forty- Address of owner. 229 Market Street. Quota is less than 8 per cent of the fourth anniversary qf their marri- Pa. Phone 6-3382. heater in good condition, September quota of 40,60Q cars. 6-4962, R. 2, MifIlinbur~. _.__.__ suitable for camp or jar- - - Let Us Solve Your Prtntinll' Problems - * use coal or wood. Price $10. isher, R. I, iMfflinburg, phone 6-4048. FOR RENT 43. side 313 Market Street. 6 bath and shower. Hardwood Hot water heating sys- Apply 401 Market Street. WHITE LINEN Choice oi . 200 short single sheets 75 envelopes J or .-- 100 double sheets 75 envelopes .-.or-. 100 long single sheets 75 envelopes All Printed for $1.21 . . Sold by . . . WANTED Pickers starting September Fruit Farm. 17 years or older to third shift, from 10 minutes before until 7:00 a.m. Call at office Wi!- Groee Silk Mill. at Selinsgrove. Pa.. 111-R-2, Selinsgrove, Pa. SALE REGISTER DAY AFTERNOON. September 16 the heirs of the estate of Ma- Mensch, deceased will sell at public the premises, 5th and Market Street. two story frame double dwelling outbuildings and lot of ground. AFTERNOON. September 16 :k p. m,. Stewart Oldt will offer at at New Berlin valuable equipment. Electric meat grinder, refrigerators. electric computing scales and goods including some old fashioned September 30 at one o'clock p. Rishel will sell at public sale and household goods, on the pre- miles west of Lewisburg along high- 889. )AY, OCTOBER 14 at 1 o'clock p. Raymond will sell 50 acre ['arm, implements and some household premises, I lf~ miles northwest of LEGAL EXECHTOR'S NOTICE is hereby given that letters testament- been granted by the Register of Wills County, Pennsylvania. upon the estate C. Galer. late of Mifflinburg. Union 'lvania, deceased, to the under- all persons having claims, or de- the estate of the decedent, are to make known the same. and all to the said decedent to make to John A. Beard, Ex. Mlfflinburg. Penna. EXEctrrRIXS' NOTICE [yen that letters testament- by the Register Pennsylvania, deceased, to the all persons having claims or against the estate of said decedent are to make known the same and all to the said decedent to make :lay to LOUISE MAITLAND 419 Chestnut Street, Miff- 18, 1944 AT 9:~ A. M. MIFFLINBURG BANK PANY. Executor of the testament of MARGARET SPANG- of Mtfflinburg. Union No. 13, Sep- Summons in Assumpsit. lands, Plaintiff, vs. Harvey A. No. 5 May Term, 1944. Trespass. Brown vs. Harry L. Helm. No. 36 1943. Summons in Assumpslt. Stuck vs. George M. Nell. No. Term, 1943. Summons in Trespass, Hauck vs. Miriam Newman 10 March Term, 1944. Libel in 60 Sheets 50 Envelopes ---> bhite paper printed in Blue Ink. Name and address printed on both Sheets and Envel- opes or --> Sheets printed with name only and Envelopes print- ed with 2 line address. @ Orders taken by ." . age orL Wednesday, September 20. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hoover of ~Mifflinburg, R. D., wil} observe the ninth anniversary of their marriage on Thursday, September 21. ~Mrs. Hoover is the former Mary Joyce Hopp, daughter of Mrs. Boyd Hopp of this place. Mr. and Mrs. HoWard C. Hess of l',{uncy Valley will obselq~e the four- th anniversary of their marriage on Thursday, September 21. Mrs. Hess is the former Arla Hommel, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hommel of Mifflinburg. SE~I~EMBErR 15th--- Mrs. Norman Hursh Mrs. Merrill Culp Mrs. Clarence Culp Ethel Mae Culp SEPTEMDER 16th--- Robert Wert SEPTEMB~ER 17th-- Clyde Miller Evelyn Walburn Earl Shemory Mrs. 'Harry Valentine SEPTEMBER 18th-- . Martin Snyder Mrs. Daniel Rossman John" G. Yost Ruth Annabelle Reeser Mrs. Emerson Miller Mrs. John Galer Leah Dieffenderfer Linda Ann Sauer SEPTEMBDR 19th-- Rev. W. H. Warburton ~Irs. Clyde Catherman Alvin Hanselman Helen Ebeffnart Mrs. Alice Catherine Yarger rPhyllis M. Haney SEPTEMEgEIR 20th--- Wanda Hewitt ~tussell belby Mrs. David S. Kaler ~Lt. George W. Gramley ~obert Seagholtz SDPTEMBER 21st-- Mrs. Robert Bewersox J. B. Warburtoh Carrie Warburton SALARIES GO UP IN" SMOKE Several thousand Washington gov- ernment workers faced a delayed payday when a Treasury annex ~ire destroyed salary checks. Subscribe for the Telegraph Brouse vs. George S, Johnson. ohnson. Nee 70 January Term. in Assumpsit. Meek vs. Frank L. Allen. Jr. Term, 1943. Summons in Tres- eder Showers. No. 12 1942. Transcript. ,lvania, August 19. 1944 FETTER. Prothonotary Jeanne Crain, Lon McAllister and June Haver form the romantic tri- angle in 20th Century-Fox's production iof "Home in India~ta," the flint opening Friday at the Band Box Theatrc. Filmed in gorgeous Technicolor, the picture also features Walter Brennan, Charlotte Greenwood, W~rR Bond and Charles Dingle~ "Home in Indian~" was based on the celebrated Saturday Evening Post serial, "The ~Phantom Filly" by "George Agnew Chamberlain. Mrs. Kreider Kurtz, Librarian of the Mifflinburg Public Library gave the following report for the month of August at the meeting of the Li- brary Board on Wednesday evening of last week: Received: 1 new book, Mrs. Frank Wood; 10 used books, Miss Jessie Wilson, Northumberland; 12 used books, Harry ~VIiller. 10 worn out books were discarded. A year's subscription to "Wee Wis- dom" was received from Mrs. Anna Andre of Placerville, Calif. The Vaca,tion Reading Club ended the 26th of August. Of the sixteen children enrolled, eight completed the course and received diplomas. There were four new borrowers registered in August, and the fines amounted to $5.47. All borrowers were re-registered and these now a- mount to 640. Circulation for August consisted of: Adult fiction, 353; adult non- fiction, 37; juvenile fiction, '260; ju- venile non-fiction, 5, making a total of 655 books loaned. - No Library hours were held Sep- tember 2nd and 5th, and announce- ment will be made when the Library is ready to open in its' new home. A nominating committee for elec- tion of new officers was appointed Ly the president, Mrs. Halfpenny. Election of officers will take place the latter part of October. Named to the committee were Miss Kather- ine ~toush, Mrs. Charles Stahl, Mrs. William Rearick, Mrs. Harry Haney and Theron Dersham. The five field groups at the Lau- relton State Village are busy har- vesting tomatoes and potatoes. On Friday, 472 gallons of tomatoes were canned at the institution. A number of girls under the supervision of at- tendants are helping with the farm labor work which is under the di- rection of Fred Showalter, chairman of the Board in Union County. By doing this work ,the girls are earn- ing money which goes into their personal accounts. Arrangements are being made to begin classes in physical Education as soon as possible. Plans are also being madb for the Hobby Group~ which wilt be conducted in the eve- nings. In these groups the girls will have opportunities to learn dress- making, homemaking, manners, re- ligion ,crocheting and reading. Ms. Grace Bogenrlef is vacation- ing this week at her new home tr~ Laurelton, and Mrs. Savina Reish is vacationing at her home in Mifflin- burg. ~ffne movie this week is "Andy Hardy's Double Life". UNEMPLOYED VETgI~2gS TO OMPENSATION Unemployment compensation pro- visions of the G. I. Bill of Rights for World War II veterans went into effect September 4 ,with unemploy- Iveterans in Pennsylvania being en- titled to apply for allowances for the week ending September 10, the flrst complete week after the el. fcctive date of the law. Payments are $20 per week for veterans totally unemployed, those partially unemployed will re- ceive $20 per week less any earn- ings in excess of $3 for the week, Self employed veterans also are cov- vered by the law with provisior~ that they may draw $100 per month less their ~et earnings from their business, profession or other voca- tion. C--~l,aims for unemplbyment compen- sation, designated in the bill as "re- adjustment allowances" may be filed in any public employment office Pennsylvania. The Bureau of Era- n pmyme t and Unemployment pensation, Department of Labor Industry, of the Commonwealth Pennsylvania, will handle the t~king and payment of allowances agreement with the U. S. Veterans' Administration. Allowance checks will be mailed lo the veterans at bheir home dress ,with each veteran being t~.tled to draw as many allowance payments as entitled by his len~ of service. Each veteran will be titled to 24 weeks of payments fo~ his first 90 days of service (mini- mum period of service to qualify unless discharged for disability in' curred in line of service). An addi- tional four weeks of allowances authorized for each additional month of service. The maximum duration for any veteran is 52 weeks. Provisions iflso is made in the law for the continued payment of ale lo~ances to those veterans who be- come ill or disabled during any week (-r weeks after the start of a of continuous unemployment State unemployment compensationJ benefits will still be available to : those veterans with qualifying wage credits. However, veterans cannot draw both state benefits and read- justment allowances at the same time. GAST HOM~ S~ CL~ PICNIC The Friendship Class of the Luth- crab Sunday ~ehool enjoyed a pie, nic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gast, Mifflinburg, :R. D., Tuesday ~vening. Those of the class va tioning missed something for the eats were all there. A very en:Dyable evening speht by the following: Mr~ .Mrs. Blaine Grove, Mrs. Grove, Mrs. John Yohn, Mrs. Yohn, Mrs. Fred Edelman, Floyd Boyer, Mrs. Lena Miss Emma Bachman, Miss Baker, Miss Sally Snyder, Yohn, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gust, er, Margaret, Leona'and Fred The next meeting of be held Tuesday, October 10 at home of Mrs. Floyd Boyer, Market Street. .- Let U. ~1--'~o Yoar~~ )