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TWO 5 , , , ' William Tyson of Sutphur Springs called on Robert Aikey and family, MRS. GREENE SHIVELY, C.orres;ondent' Friday evening. Clyde Er~glehart, Herman Engle- Mrs. Robert Ely and little son of hart, ~Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Sheesley Weikert were shoppers in own on and Donald Aikey attended the band The following ,persons called on Mrs. Alice Boyer Sunday: ~Ielvin Parker and famiIp of Lewis~own, Mrs. u'Vlinnie Meyer and Jacc, b Hum- mell of bewisburg and Mrs. Clarence and daughter Gertrude of M!errill Grove visited his sister, ' Mrs. Fred Showalter and' family sev- eral days last week. 'Mr. and Mrs. Lyons visited friends in Altoona several days last week. [Mrs. Emma Haire of White )rings visited Mrs. Alice Boyer on Wednesday evening. [Mr. and `Mrs. L. F. Dieffenderfer callers in to~vn on Friday eve- Rev. Moore received a telegram on Sunday morning stating that his father, Mr. Moore of Altoon had Mr. and `Mrs. George Mitchell and Alice Boyer were Sunbury : shappers on Saturday. A number of people from this place attended the funeral of the late ::Ernest Vanatta who died in the Hospital after several :months' sickness. tMrs. Allen Loss and daughter' :Mary and `Mr~ Harry Kline spent FTiday evening with ~VIrs. Alice Boy- er. .Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell vis- ited their daughter Mrs. Nester Wert of ~VIilton and her young daughter at the Evangelical Hospital, Lewis- on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace and of near the Laurelton State /Village visited Rev. Greene Shively's evening. Edward Ambeck of Lewisburg vis- Daniel Dormans over Sunday. [Mrs. Lottie Brown of White Deer Reuben Feasters on Sunday ~ning. ~Ir. and Mrs. Ned Adams were dinner guests of their son and family. [Mrs. Sallie oByer gave a su,pper on evening in honor of Clar- Rearick's birthday and for her Leroy Sampsell who is home Oil a 10-day furlough from Jackson- ~N. C. The following persons present: Mr. and ,Mrs. James and daughter and grand- of White Springs, `Mr. and Cha~es gampsell and family of ~Irs. Pau! Sampsell of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy of Jacksonville, N. C. Ar- thur Shively of South Side furnished ~nusic for the occasion. A letter to his grandparents from Shively, who is stationed the ,Marines at Cherry Point, Carolina, tells them he has +from North Carolina to the airport as a from the hurricane which through North Carolina. He ~id they would return as soon as weather was favorable. A letter written to Jacob Shively vcife frdm their son William who vith the army in the Italian says he has been in the hospital for some time "samewhere : on the Italian mountains". irk Baker of Easton spent Wed- nesday with his mother, Mrs. Ka- Baker. P vt. William Beck of Texas is a few days with his family $/Irs. Ka.thryn Baker is spending a weeks with her son, Park Baker in E~tston. Miss Lu.cille Wagner and brother spent the week-end in Harris- : Mr. and Mrs. George Boyer were in M~-~lure, Sunday after- Teachers' Conference of the Lu- Sunday School met at the of Annie Royer last Thursday ~[r. and ~VIrs. Charles ~piegelmeyer near Milton and Mr. and Mrs. Berton S~howalter spent Sunday af- ternoon in Center County. ?Cir. and' "Mrs. Frank Beck spent with Bland Miller and at Forest Hill. ~WAss Viola Iddin,gs of Mifflinburg, D., spent Sunday evening with Hazel Klose. [Mrs. Hazel Klose attended the fun- o~ the late "Mrs. Jamb Klose in Sunday afternoon. Grove L. P, D~F]FENDW-]~][~[~R. C~rr"=ponden: Dale Stimeling of Philadel- spent several days with ,Mr. "Mrs.'Stewart Sheesley and Don- ', and Mrs. John Smith of Cow- Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thursday evening. and' Mrs. George Englehart ~ere sho1~ers in Sun- Saturday. concert in Mifflinburg. Friday eve- ning. {Mrs. L. F. Dieffenderfer called on Mrs. Martin Snyder, Saturday. Ruth Mithchell of Lewisburg spent Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Setwart Sheesley. Mr. and iMrs. David Diehl and dau- ghter of Laurelton visited his pa- rents, Mr. and ,Mrs. Willard Diehl, Sunday. ~Mr. and Mrs. James Snyder visited Alice andl Charles Church, Sunday afternoon~. William Tyson of Sulphur ~prings spent several days ~vith his mother. Mrs. Alfred Tyson. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dieffenderfer spent Sunday evening vcith Mr. and Mrs. Orville Zimmerman in Mifflin- burg. The Girls Saxophone Band of the Evangelical Orphanage, Lewisburg, will oresent a concert at Pleasant Grove Evangelical Church, Sunday afternoon, October 29 at 2:30 p.m. ~U~S. ANNIE GOODL;NG, Corres;ondents Seaman Jack Shirk, who has fin- ished his boot training at Bainbridge, Md., and spent a leave with home folks, returned to Bainbridge, Fri- day. Mrs. Candace Halfpenny and {Miss Annie ~'hitmer of Mifflinburg, spent Sunday evening with Miss Esther RuM and mother. !Miss Ethel Lucas of York spent ~he week-end with her sister, Mrs. Ross Fisher and family. She accom- panied her nephew, Donald Fisher. here. Mrs. ttarriett Oberdorf of the~ Laurelton State Village spent the past week vacationing with her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Coxe. Miss Martha Feese has been on the sick list the past week. ~Mrs. Walter Moore was to the Geisinger Hospital last Thursday for a check-up, as was Geraldine Feese. Rev. J. Luther Hoffman, D. D.. spent sometime in Lewisburg with his son-intla,w, Robert Eyer and family. Friday evening guests at the Ross Fisher home, were the Bollin~er family of Mifflinburg, Mrs. LeRoy Shirk and daughters and Robert Shirk and bride of Laurelton. Albert Smith of I'orthumberland spent Thursday and Friday with his parents, Mr. and +Mrs. Robert Smith. Mrs. Harriett Oberdorf and Mr. and {Mrs. Forrest Coxe spent Sunday with Gordon Coxe and family and Clement Oberdorf and family of Sun- bury, R. D. Harry 'RuM of Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting his mother and sister for6a few days. Harold Smith of Mifflinburg spent Monday with home folks. ,Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bowers of Williamsport spent the week-end with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Printzenhoff. Re, bert J. Smith of Elmdale Farm attended the Holstein-Friesian Asso- ciation Sale at the York County Fair Grounds on Thursday. ~Mr. Smith and several other Union County members had ani~nals consigned for sale. The PO of A members of the Mill- merit Lodge of Hartleton attended a county get-to-gether at New Berlin on Tuesday evening. Miss Frances Jean Mitchell was a recent week-end guest of Washing- ~on friends. Frances Jean 'Mitchell left Tues- day for State College where she plans to take a course in music. Mr. and ,Mrs: Rabert Shirk were ~veek-end guests of his sister, ,Mrs. Waiter Johnson and family at Princeton, N. J. Rev. Seifert of New Berlin occu- pied the rpul.pit of the Lutheran charge in town, Sunday morning and Rev. Scheifele occu~pied the N~ Berlin pulpit in the evening. ~rs. Charles Booney of Millmont spent Sunday with her aunt, E~nma Lyons. Mrs. "Mary Fisher, who has been in Milton for several months returned home Saturday for a eew weeks visit. NEW"tON BltN1N~R, Corr~&mt I. W. ]~m.ery attended the Emery sale in Ce~,t~e Hall, Thursday of last week. Prof. Attinger of Middleburg was the guest speaker at the church ser- vices at the Dreisbach Church, Sun- day morning, at which time he gave a splendid report of the United Lu- theran Church Convention held in Minneapolis. +Peter Hackenherg and family and Luther Benner and family of Miff- l inburg, R. D. 2, visited Etrner. Ben- her arid family, Sunday evening. ~/Ir. and Mrs. Edward Hafer of Lewisburg were visitors at the Ev- eritt Antique Shop, Saturday. The Mitflinburg Telegraph, IMJfflinburg, Pemm., Thursday, October 26, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Benner and Mr. and ~Virs. Newton Bdnner were in Bellefonte, Monday ~to see the new baby born to Dr. and Mrs. SamuelGuss. Earl Dietrich and H. K. Benner were business callers in Centre Hall, Saturday. Mrs. Charles Geyer spent the week-end with relatives in Troy, Pa., and Elmira, N. Y. The Vicksburg WC*2~ held its reg- u]ar meeting at the home of Mrs. Harold Erdley, Thursday evening. Earl Noll of Quakertown spent the week with home folks. Virginia L. Burrey, a studen.t at Stroudsburg State Teachers' College spent the week-end at her home in this place. White . . J.F. MOSBR, Correspondent Mr. and :Mrs. John Grul~b and son Homer were visitors in the village, Saturday evening. Glen ~VI~cGleece and family of WiN liamsp0rt, John Cromley and family of Le~qsburg spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dreibelbis. :Mr. Bartley and Mrs. Bingaman were Centerville callers on Satur- day. ~Ir. Moser was a business caller in Mifflir~burg on Saturday morning. ,Mrs. Edward ~Motter and daughter Mary spent the week-end with friends in Ashland. ,Mr. Bartley, Mrs. Bingaman and Mr. Moser called on Mr. and Mrs. Emery, Sunday. LeRoy Sampsell was home on a furlough last week. village, Thursday evening. Rally Day will be observed on Sun- :day at 2:00 p.+m. Rev. Warburton will be the speaker and the Zellers Sister will present special music. All are very welcome. Come and enjoy the afternoon with us. ,Mr. and iMrs. Emery spent Mon- day with 'Mrs. Gertrude Shirk. Rand Toby Catherman and son Marlin of the Power Plant called on his unc- le, S. M. Jordan and family, Sunday afternoon. Hospital at Danville. Dr. Ireland and Dr. C. Edgett ,assistant sttperintendent, attend the regional conference of American Association on ficiency which will be at Newark, Delaware. The movie this week is Whi.te and the Seven D~arfs." The following employees are vacation from the village this week: Miss Bertha Ruhl, Milimont; burg shoppers, Saturday evening. Mr; and ~Mrs. Samuel Jordan, Jr., and family called on her sister, Mrs. William Erb and family in Lewis- burg, Saturday evening. :Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gharrett and son Bobby of Mifflinburg called on her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. S. M. Jordan and son Andrew, Sunday eve- ning. Mr. and 'Mrs. Donald Ruhl of the Rays Church called on ,Mr. and {Mrs. L. K. Zimmerman and family, Mon- day evening. Mary W. Fultz, Woodward; Anna Sanders, "Millmont; Mrs. Johnson, Laurelton, and Miss Beck, Mifflinburg, R. D. _~---- ~ -------- MILLMONT John Moser of White Springs. call- ed 6n his daughter ,Mrs. David Yohn and family, Sunday afternoon. attending a district meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Neiswender Brethren Church at and daughter Pauline and Mrs. several days this week. Charles Neiswender ~'ere `Mifflin- Miss Bessie Kerstetter of Rev. and {Mrs. Greene Shively sport spent the week-end with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther stetter. ~VIrs. Dreese Moyer was a visitor in Sunbury. Callers at the J. G. Sunday, were: Mrs. Schnure, `Mrs. Milford Dorman Laurelton, Mrs. Bruce Boop, Mr. 5Virs. ~ Ghingerieh and Mrs. Catherman of Lewisburg. CONTRIBUTE TO HOME Samuel Jordan, Jr., called on his At the Harvest Home service parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. `M. Jordan the 8th of this month, 91 quarts canned goods was donated to and son Andrew, Sunday evening. Evangelical Home at Lewisburg. Dr. Effie Ireland, superintendent, and Mrs. Hanford Shuman of the board of trustees, will attend the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Mental Hospital Association which will be held this week at the State i!i+!~i:!:!:!~ +:.:.] ' Boeing B-29 For years, 100-octane gasoline was considered the peak of per- fection. But today's bombers and fighters are fueled with far more powerful gasoline--take off quicker, maneuver faster because of it Where did this extra punch come from? . .. How was perfec- tion improved? Largely by blend- ing CVMENE--the T.N.T. of fuel concentrates--with 100-octane. CUMENE was just a scarce, cost/y chemical until Atlantic found an inexpensive way to make/t in huge quantities. And Atlantic is the world's largest producer. The research that helped give America this edge in the air will also bring you, through your Atlantic Dealer, a much more powerful, econom/ca/ asolinv for your post-war car. 25 YEARS' PETROLEUM PROGRESS SINCE PEARL HARBOR WHITE FLASH MOTOR OIL, LUBRICATION SERVICII g