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Telegram, MiCflLnburg, Penn~, Thursday, October ~, !944 • • a word. minimum 25c. Political rates on request. FOR SALE FOR SAbEr--Farm consisting of 80 of land. all clear; located 21~ miles t of Mtfflinburg, Pa.. 1~ miles East a Grove Schoolhouse. Large stone d 8 room stone house, with all ne- outbuildings. Farm is offered on ac- ' age and failing health of owner at esa than the cost of building the house Address of owner, 229 Market Street. Pa. Phone 6-3382. 42 Overcoat, cost $125.00 9god as new; size 40 blue over- $35.00 at $15.00, good as new; suit. slightly used. cost $55.00 at boys 14 year old size long pants. perfect condition. These garments seen to be appreciated at R. P. The Tailor. N 5th. St.. Mifflinburg. International ½-ton truck-- Red. Looks like new. A-I con- Actual mileage 8600. Edwin S. Bier- Main St. -Rebersburg, Pa. Centre flat top white enameled cabinet, Electric Vacuum Cleaner chmentsCall before Saturday. 273 Street. E--193( Chevrolet Sedan in good condition. Price $100.00 cash. In- Green Street, Mtfflinburg. Pa. ELECTION PROCLAMATION I Kelly Township No. I. Maurice Kaiser room, We. County Board of Elections. of Union] Kelly Point. County. in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. I Kelly Township No. 2. West Milton Bank do hereby make proclamation nod ~ive this lBuilding. West Milton. public notice to the electors of the said Coun- Lewis Township. L. A. Yarger Store. Swea- ty o| Union. that on gel. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1944 Lewisbur0. North WardAmerican Legion a General Election will be held in the several room N. 2nd. Street. election districts established by law in the said L~visburg.South Ward.Borough Building County. for the purpose of electing the follow- (Fire Engine House) S. 'hh Street. ing officers hereinafter named, to wit: Lcwisburg. West Ward. Lindigs Sales room. One person for President of the United States Market Street. One person for Vice-President of the UnitedLimestone Township. Election House. Dice. States - Mifflinburg. East Ward. Borough Building. One person for United ~tates Senator Mifflinburg. One person for fudge of the Supreme Court Mifflinburg. West Ward, Millers Restaurant. One person forRepresentative in Congress-" 500 Chestnut Street. 17th District New Berlin. Borough Building. New Berlin. One person forState Treasurer Union Township. Hyman House. Winfield. Two persons for tudge of the Superior Court White Deer No. 1• M. E. Mussulman real- One person for Senator in the General As- dance. eemblv--27th District White Deer No. 2 P. O.S. of A, Hall. New One person for Auditor General One person for Representative in the Gen- er~ Assembly t all elections held hereafter under the laws of this Commonwealth the polls shall be opened at 7:00 o'clock a. m_ and close at 8:00 o'clock p. m. To vote a straight party ticket, mark a cross (X) in the square, in the Party Column oppo- site the name of the party of your choice, A cross mark in the square, opposite the names of the candidates of any party for President and Vice-President of the United States indicates a vote for all the candidates of ~hat party for presidential elector. To vote for individual candidates for presidential elector, write or paste their names in the blank spaces provided for that purpose under the title "Presidential Electors". A cross mark In the square oppo- Columbia White Deer No. 3. Hagey's Store. White Deer. White Deer No. 4. lohn Huntington Gar- age, West Milton NOTICE Every person, excepting Justices of the Peace or who shall hold any office appointment or profit, or trust under the Government of the United States. of this State. or any city or in- corporated district, whether a commissioned of- ficc or any who is or shalt be employed under the Legislative. Executive. or Judicial depart- meats of the State. or the United States. or of any city or incorporated district, and also that every member of Congress or of the Legislative of this State. and of the select or common council of any city or Com- missioners of any incorporated district, is by law incapable o[ holding or exercising at the SALE--dropped apples can nowsite the name of say candidate indicates a vote Buffalo Valley Fruit Farms at $1.00 for that candidate. To vote for a person whose Bring containers. Also all kinds name is not on the ballot, write or paste~is or varieties, her name in the blank space provided for that Kraut. Bring your con- i Mrs. E. I. Walizer. 202 Chestnut Mifflinburg. WANTED $D--Men 17 years or older to third shift, from I0 minutes before until 7:00 a.m. Call at office Wit- Grote Silk Mill. at Selinsgrove. Pa., 111-R-2, Selinsgrove. Pa. 8ALI~ ~ISTE1g October 27, commencing at 12:30 m. Galen L. Englehart will sell at vauable ire stock, farm ng imple- some household 9gods on the Kling- mile north of Mifflinburg. October 28 at one o'clock p". Frock will sell valuable household antiques, on the premises of Mifflinburg, near Creek November 4 at 12 noon Nm- will sell live stock, farm i'n~le- household goods on the Cry'de at Swengel. M. W. Boyer. auc- A~/ November ~9 at 10 o'clock a. Manbeck will sell live stock, farm and some household goods on the Mench farm 1~ miles east of Green- House. 11 commencing at p.m., W. W. Irwin will sell va!a- stock, farming implements and sg.ne goods on the premises 67 East Street. Mifflinburg. opposite Klose's NOVEMBER 11 at 1:30 p. m.. shine J. H. Follmer will sell stoves. electric irons, butchering outfit, car- s. household goods including antiques rth 5th Street. Lewisbutg. . ,, iS at il o'clock /Ira. Anna Pontius will sell at public ~le live stock, farming implements household goods on the John W. three miles southeast of Mifflin- NESDAY, MARCH 14 at 10:00 a.m. Maize will sell valuable live stock, dements and some household goods l~t~ miles east of New Berlin. LEGAL NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX : ESTA'IE OF DONALD WARREN R, LATE OF THE BOROUGH OF ffBURG. UNION COUNTY, PENN- [IA, DECEASED. Notice is hereby tt letters testamentary in the estate of ) WARREN RINGLER. late of the of Mif[ltnburg, Union County, Penn- eas~ [, have been granted to the ~AII persons owing said estate are to make payment and those having Or demands against t, to tnake known without delay to MARY ELLEN NOLAN, surviving Executrix. 260 Street. Mifflinburg. Pa., or to her At- KENNETH A. BIDLACK. Esq.. Mill- Pa. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE ESTATE OF MARGIE SHIRK, HARTLEY TOWNSHIP. UNION PENNSYLVANIA. DECEASED. :by given that letters testamentary in MARGIE SHIRK. late of Hartley Union .County. Pennsylvania. de- beengranted to the ondersigned. said estate are requested to those having claims or de- against it. to make known the same delay to WARREN G. :PICK. Executors. Millmont, R. u., . LEE FRANCIS LYBARGER. Pa ...... EXECUTRIX NOTICE hereby given that letters testament- :en granted by the Register of Wills :Panty, Pennsylvania. upon the estate ,AR CROMLY, late of Mifflinburg, ty, pennsylvaoia, deceased, to the , and all persons having claims or alast the estate of the said decedent ed to make known the same, and indebted to the said. decedent to int. without delay to MARY EVA Executrix, 220 Walnut Street, Mill- Parma. _ .------ COURT sALE •. en upon petition at ~nary daude V. App. ao incom- ordered, decreed and directed held on Thursday= November a. m. at Court House. Low- where anyone may show cause private sale of the undivided one third and to all that lot Of ground situate[ nburg, Union County, Pennsylvania. and on b orth by Market Street: on East Street formerly known as High Street; , by Church Alley. formerly known as Alley: and go West by property of Shaffer, formerly of Elizabeth Rlssel; width of sixty (60) feet and a depth mdred twenty (120) feet. On which are a two story double frame dwelling outbu dings.--shnnld not be sold to Krlck and Bertha L. Krick, his wife, HARRY A. CORYELL. Attorney for Petitioner. Clark Ale, Jr., and daugh- Madison, Wis., are visiting and Mrs. Gilmer 1(ulster of Street. same t.me the office of appointment of fudge. Inspector or Clerk of any election of the Com- monwealth. * And that no Inspector. |udge or any other of- purpose., This shall count as a vote without ricer of such election shall be eligible to any the cross mark. To vote for an individual office to be voted for except that of an elec- cat'didate of another party after making a mark tips office. The Inspector and Judge of Elec- :n the party square, mark a cross (X) opposite tips shall meet at the respective places, ap- his or her name. For an office where more ~ointed for holding the Election in the District than the one candidate Is to be elected, the! voter, after marking in the party square, may divide his or her vote by marking a cross (X) to the right of each candidate for whom he or she desires to vote. For such office votes shall not be counted for candidates not individually marked. If you make a mistake, do not erase. Ask for a new ballot. Use only pencil or indelible i;er'cil'PARTY COLUMN TO VOTE A STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET MARK "A CROSS (X)IN THIScOLUMN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN SOCIALIST INDUSTRIAL GO~RNMENT PROHIBITION The following is a list of all nomination! that will appear on the ballot: PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS (Vote for the candidates of one party for Pres- ident and Vice- President, or insert the names of candidates) For: Franklin D. Roosevelt, President, Dem- ocratic; Harry S. Truman.Vice-President. Democratic• .~ For: Thomas E. Dewey.President. Repute- lican: lohn W. Bricl~er, Vice PresidenL Re- 3ublican. For: Norman Thomas. President. Socialist; Darlington Hoopes, Vice President, Socialist• For: Edward A. Teichert, President. Indus- trial Government: Aria A. AIbaugh, Vice Peas- idcnt. Industrial Government. For~ Claude A. Watson. President, Prohibi- tion: Andrew lohnson, Vice President, Prohi- bition. UNITED STATES SENATOR (Vote for One) Francis l" Myers ................................ Democratic lames l. Davis ..................... ~ ......... - ..... t~epunncan J, Henry Stump .......................................... ;~ociatist Frank Knotek .................... Industrial Government Charles Palmer ~. .................................. Prohibition JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT (VSte for One) Charles Alvin Jones ............................ Democratic Howard W. Hughes ............................ Republican Walter C. Longstreth ................................ Socialist C. Wiltred Conard ............................ Prohibition REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 17th District (Vote for One) c.hn W. Mann .................................... Democratic ohn W. Mann .................................... Independent :~ichard M, Simpson ............................ Republican STATE TREASURER Vote toe One) Ramsay S. Black ........................ Democratic Edgar W. Baird. ]r ..................... £... Republican Ruth Zwiback ............................................ Socialist Mary Gesensway ............ Industrial Government H, B. Mansell ........................................ Prohibition JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT (Vote for Two) F, Clair Ross ........................................ Democratic Chester H. Rhodes .............................. Democratic Arthur H. lames .................................... Republican 1. Frank Graft .................................... Republican Dsvid H. H. Felix .................................... Socialist Ida G. Kast ......................... : .............. Prohibition SENATOR IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 27th District (Vote for Onel ]ohn L, Lauqhlin .................................... Democratic William 1,Troutman .......................... Republican AHDITOR GENERAL (Vote for One) G Harold Wagner ............................ Democratic G, Harold Watkins ............................ Republican Bernard Backer ........................................ Socialist George S. Taylor ............ Industrial Government Ada Marshall Progh .............................. Prohibition REPRESENTATIVE IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY (Vote for One) Samuel Smith ....................................... Democratic Charles R. Reagan ............................ Republican A cross (X) mark in the square opposite the name of any candidate indicates a vote for that candidate.' To vote for an individual candidate of another party after making a mark in the "party square, mark a cross (X) opposite the name. Every male and female citizen 21 years of age possessing the following qualifications shall be entitled to vote at all elections subject, how- ever. to such laws requlrio~ and regulating the restrictions of electors as tl~e General Assembly may enact. 1. Hc or she shall have been a citizen nf the United States at least one month. 2. He or ahc shall have resided in the State at least one year (or having previously been a qualified erector or native born citizen of the State he or she shall have removed therefrom and returned then six months) immediately preceding the elec- tion. 3. He or she shall have resided in the elec- tion district where he or she shall offer to vote. at least two months immediately precediog the election. I also hereby make known nod give notice, that the place of holding elections in the several Wards. Boroughs, Districts and Townships within the County of Union, are as follows: THE POLLING PLACES Buffalo Township No. I, Charles Gessinger room, Buffalo X Roads. Buffalo Township No. 2, John Everltt resi- dence, Vicksburg• East Buffalo Township. Mcachum Boilding, Llnotown, West Buffalo Township. Red Bank School Building wood. Hartleton Borough. J. W, Wilson house, Hartleton Hartley Township, Bank Building, Laurehon, to which they respectively belong before 7 o'clock in the morning and each of these In- spectors shall appoint one Clerk who shall be a qualified voter of such Districts. GIVEN UNDER OHR HAND AND SEAL at our office in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. this twenty-f rst day of October, in the year of our Lord. one thousand nine hundred and forty-four. and the one hundred and sixty-eighth year of the Independence of the United States. " ;EORGE H. WAGNEi THOMAS G. VONADA ANDREW I. KELLY County Board of Election Union County. Pennsylvania Helen J. Wagner, Clerk Ii~FORMED CHUl~H ' REV. I. R.|STOHDT, Pastor MIFFLINBURG-, Sunday S~:hool at 9:15 n. m. Worship Service at 10:30 a. m. Youth Fellowship at 6:30 p. m, LAURELTON-- Worship Service at 7:30. PR,F~BYTElgIAN OHURC~ REV. STACY L. ROBERTS. Pastor MIFFLINBHRG-- SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29th-- 9:00 a.m. Sunday School. Mr. Paul Peters, superintendent. 10:00 a, m. Preaching Service. The Pastor ",viii begin a series ot sermons on The Apostle's C7 eed, i1:00 a.m. Monthly meeting of the Church Session. 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor Meeting, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER Ist-- 7:30 p.m. Midweek Prayer and Bible Study Hour. HARTLETON -- SUNDAY. OCTOBER 29th-~ 2:00 p.m. Preaching Service. THE M]gq[~IODIST C~-R,TRCH CHESTER WARREN QUIMBY. Pastor 9:00 Church School. 10:00 Worship and Sermon by the Pastor. 6:00 Youth Fellowship. 7:00 Young Adult Fellowship. Wednesday at 7:30 Mid-week Service. 8~------~UL'S EVANGELICAL REV. C. D, PEWTERBAUGH, Pastor MIFFLtNBURG-" 9:00 a. m. Sunday School in charge of Prof. T. M. Musser, superintendent, and Leon Mass- er. assistant superintendent. You are cordially invited to study the word with us. 10:00 a.m. Men's Day in the Church. A special program is in "preparation. 6:30 p.m. Christian Endeavor. 7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 REV. W, M. REARICK. Pastor Church School at 9:00 a.m. Mr. Floyd Adams. superintendent: Prof. Theron Dersham. assistant superintendent. The Service at 10:00. Prof. Frank S. At- tin~er, of Middlebarg~ Superintendent of Schools of Snyder County. will be the guest speaker. Luther League at 6:30. Report of the State Convention and election of officers. Vespers at 7:30. Reformation Sermon. Sub- leer: "The Open Bible". Midweek prayer service on Wednesday eve- nin . ~l~l~c Children of the Church will meet on Wednesday at 3:45. The Catechetical Classes will be organized on Wednesday at 4:00 #. m. Church Council meeting on Thursday at 8:00 p. m. at the parsonage. UNION OIItOUIT |OSEPH P. SHEESLEY, Pastor DRESSLER'S RIDGE-" Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Worship Services at 10:30. DICE-- Rally Day. Homecoming and Harvest Home ;ervices at Dice on October 29th, a|teroooa and evening. Sunday School at 1:30. Homecoming 2:30. E.L.C.E. at 7:00. Harvest Home at 8:00. Guest Speakers: former Pastors Minsker, Reeser, Bankes and, Messrs. VanVleet, Zim- me,man and Bates. Music by Mr. and Mrs. Grimm. Mr. and Mrs. Krebs. Long Brothers. Paul gimmerman and family. Mrs. VanVleet and local talent. NEW B~ (~nAI~E REV. RUSSELL MAYER, Pastor |unior and Senior C. E. 6:30. NEW BERLIN-- No Sunday School. Rally Day Service at 2:00. Speaker. Rev. N. H, Wolf (Sunbury). Special Music by Gospel Quartette which sings over station VfKOK (Sunbury) and a girls' trio. You are invited to come to this service. PENN'S CREEK--. Worship 9:15. Sunday School 10:15. DREISBACH.-- Sunday School 9:30. Worship 10:30. i S. 8. OI,A88 M]~lg'l'8 AT SAND BIMI~E Mrs. Charles Stahl was hostess to M~. Paul 1-Ial~penny's Sunday School Class at Sand Bridge last Wednesday. Each member brought a tureen and the dinner was served at noor~ to approximately 20 mem- bers. Guests were Charles Stahl and Rev. W. ~VI. R, earick. Regular business was conducted after which a social time w~enjoyed. RALLY DAY OBSERVED IN EVANGELICAL OHU~ Rally Day services were held in the Saint Paul's Evangelical Church Sunday. A fine attendance was re- corded in the Sunday School, which was under the supervmion of Prof. T. M. 'Musser. su,perintendent, and Leoni 'Mussel assistant su~perinten- dent. At the close of the teaching period, ,the classes put u,pon the al- tar $307.17, to be credited in the Building Fund. Rev. C, D. Pewterbau,gh, pastor of the church, spoke at the morning of Christ?" A very fine audience heard l~c: Arthur Renninger, a fo~mer merr~ber of the church, who has spent three years in the army and is home on & fifteen-day furlough, tell of the army life, and many "incidents a- mong the natives of the West Indies. At this service without solicitations $94.42 was given, total for the day $401.59. The church wishes to thank the congregation and friends for their loyal,ty and liberality. EXECUTIVE BOARD, PTA, M'IgET8 ~ MRS. BENNER The Executive Board of the Pa- rent-Teacher Association of Buffalo Township No. 2 met Tuesday eve- ning at the home of the president, Mrs. Luther Benner of Mifflinburg, R.D. Plans were discussed for the year's programs. - - 8ubscribe for the Telegraph TO BETTER TELEPHONE SERVICE / Because telephone lines are now carrying more 'traffic than ever before, we need your help. The 'overwhelming number of local and long distance calls is but one of the problems, for there has been an ever-growlng labor shortage and cur- tailment of vital materials. • Handle telephone equipment with care. • Refrain from unnecessary local calls. • Speak clearly into telephone mouthpiece. • If you are go a party line, please consider thee other subscribers on your line. • Pleasedook up the number in the telephone directory before you call "Information." WE'RE STILL YOUR BEST BET FOR ..... ... Whether for new work or remodeling... @ All Lumber Items .... 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