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"t~b_e ~.LCflinburg Tell, ~/fi~flinDu~, Pemm., Thursday, October i CONTINUOUS SHOWS D~ILY MILTON, PENNA. CONTINUOUS SHOWS D~Y TODAY - FRIDAY and SATURDAY --- Those Bogs Are Back Again! -- BUD ABBOTT and LOM COSTELLO "IN SOCIETY" MONDAY - TUESDAY "SHOW BUSINESS" Starring EDDIE CANTOR WEDNESDAY "THE MASK OF DIMITRIOS" ~- T T T T T T T T T T T ~-' JUNIOR8 PREPARE FOR DANOg The class officers and committees of the class of 1946 are very busy at the present preparing for the annual class dance. The dance this year will be a Hallowe'en dance and will be held this Friday evening, October 27. in the High School gymnasium. ]Both round and square dancing wilI be offered and a good time is anti- cipated by all. TRI-HI-Y MEETING The Mifflinburg High School Tri- tti-Y met on Wednesday under the leadership of Miss Sidler, counselor. Regular business was transacted and rplans laid for future meetings and events. SEVENTH GRADE PIEESENTS PROGRAMS During their week of assembly leadership the members of the sev- enth grade 0rovided scripture read- ers each morning and also special musla numbers for each occasion. The readers were Sally Snyder, Le- ona Gust, Glen Grove, Margaret Hines and Kenneth Smith. Among ~he music numbers provided were a vocal solo by Barbara Sauers. an in- strumental solo by Jean Ruhl, ,band music, a vocal quartette including Barbara .Miller, Eleanor Steese, Sally Snyder and Patsy Zimmerman. and a piano solo ,by Doris Kerstetter. TURBOTVILLE PLAYS HERE FRIDAY IN SOOCW~ FINALE The final soccer game of the 1944 season will be played at Mifflin- burg this Friday afternoon when the strong Turbotville Hi,gh School team meets the local bays in what should be one of the best .games of the year. Two weeks ago ,the two met at Turbotville and the result was a scoreless tie after two extra ,periods. The Miff "Wildcats" will endeav- or to live UD to their name by put- ting up the kind of fight that will enable them to make the 9resent season the best in recent history. But win or lose the locals have com- piled a fine season record with only one setback to date and that oc- curred in the opening game in two extra periods. MIFFLINBURG MAY APPEAR IN SOCCER PLAYOFF The results of the Turbotville-Miff- linburg game this Friday and the Dalmatia - Lewisburg game next Tuesday will determine the t~vo teams that will meet in the @layoff game for the championshi~ of the Union-Northumberland County lea- gue. A ,present ruling of the league -- FOR GOOD FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT -- Finest Selections o[ Shows