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PAGE EIGHT The Mifflinburg Telegraph, Mifflinburg. Penni.. Thursday. October 29. 1942 Mifflinburg young people have not Club " Letters to theEditor entered whole heartedly in this cam- * paign. Yours truly, October 26. 1942 Mr. C. A. Kniss. Albert Howard Hopper Mifflinburg Telegraph ~'~i'or ....... w " " ......... n Eu ~ :-- Mrs i-'aul l-1. 131Kleas nostess 9dlIIun.burg. t'en a. , "" " r r,~ M~ v,,;~. The ouestion asked so often-- to, TheTwentieth Centu y Club at ~I~wa'nt" ;ou'to know I appreciate What's (he matter with Mifflinburg? hel home on ChestnutStreet, Men- Auditor General F. Clair Ross has the kind words you put on the front Here .is the answer. M}fflinbur.g has clay evening, October 26. , .... approved the last of five requisitilons haze of the last issue of the Tele- oeen dcKeo oy a r~epumican political Members responded to ron can ov ~ nicn witl oring payments total ing ~" - ' 4 }zraDh in behalf of the Salvage Drive gang and what we all need is a telling of some place of special in- a record breaking $9 0,616 from the Your challenge to the~;oun~ peo,qe cleaning out at Harrisburg and this lerest. F'ire Insurance Tax Fund to relief of the community to divert their fall is the time as any good free At a brief business session pre- associations of fire companies--both efforts from playing pranks to con- thinking voter knows. Then Miff- kled over by the president Mrs. Har- pa!d and volunteer in 1468 munici- structive efforts'is very appropr ate lirmurg, along witn rower taxes, o d Musser it was decided that the palities througnout the Common- I have noticed that the youn~ I light and water, v,~il] have a chance club members resume the salute to wealth within the next several people WhOl have been outtingscrao ! to come back. " ~,,~ ~ lhe flag in the same manner to necks. " on the pi e, have for the most part, ] which they have been aceustorfied in The current payment--all but a have been smaller folks from the ?n:~,,:nb .... I'el~h '~^' the past. few thousand dollars of which is grade school. As I, had opportunity.~ I "'~'~".r=ncmseU'~.nn~. t.~,~l ou ror~U'" two pro- The feature of the evenin~,~, was, ,'~ from. 1940. collections--is, the largest I spoke to one of the hi h school I "- " . ........ ~ ,~r Th~ ~'"t~ Conv~,~ti~n ~r m the history of the Fire Insurance ~rams with p]clur(s ot recent ce q teachers regarding th s observation - " ,~a~,-,^a ur .... '~ClUb~ ,~.l~ ,~~ax Fund and is being handled in " " ' " ' ~r +ion Allow It" "r ~ late., ~,,~--...u ~,.,,,.,, ~ , ~ ,,e ,. .~ ~.. He said that when a call was made ] o at . me....con~ a~u . ttarrisbur~, last May eiven by Mrs fwe separate requisitions prepared in m he hi h school sembl for l you on the very artistic ooomet or ....... - " t "g as- v vo- , : - ' .... S E Bnteman cha rman of Union tt-e a phabet cal order of countws ~ne events I en3oyea sluayl g ma y Onteers for the scrap drive no sen- I "" ' ~oun'-, Federation of Women's Checks will go forward with all pos- iors held up their hands, one or two t of the almost forgotten scenes of my btub;y sible dispatch "~ n" r r childhood Wishing the town con- ' J,~]o~s, two Omorthr;ee sophomorLes: { tmued success The ,heine of the convention was This record-breaking payment ch- ~teu /~ ~hat from l;-]r""l;-l.~l '-':'~,'1'~ I Sincerely the swing of our efforts from a de- mixes a one-year drive by Auditor t t Ill 11 ' ~ .qchn)Im ]o .~ th~n ~dn'~pnhnnd~ ~oro [" ~ / .......... ~. ~e ~-ro~ ;-~ *he war ,~r~r~ ,(,norm Ross to bring these benefits 7 VV]ll]am LI. Dlatx .t'~J~ la~u~, u,*L Jt*~u ~ .V "~ ,~**.- ~';.-i:sed" ;oSvoit:r~ie~r"to"hei;;"i'n\'(h'is/ 2503 Jefferson Street All "club ,,.'omen were advised tO to flre fighters hard pressed by the drive To Sate ~ ~'~']ie"o' - ~u"-~r / Vv'ilmington Det. lhlnkahead for post war leadership. (,)-Ira hazards involved in protecting ., tl JL U~" V yt) lieu ' ,~ , e ended roductmn and in uard -hi'-'r ....... ' " [ A heavy responsib lity rests upon - P P " g , - c m en nave oone m times more ~ ' " in^ i " a'- " -e *hrou '- -t than *"^ ^'a ................../ ~ ~ the clubwomen of the General Fed-g age nst s ootag t gnou creen t.alenaar ..,.,,on fo. ,,.y ,"o .largest aml Pe(nn:c~v~ine~, as:~lI oAr~e~:h]iof ~: mentioned is, I should add what ,,,'as. slrongesI group ot organlzecl women national ",,-r ~'ffo"rt - told me It would be ~,,~-~s)i,-- ~ I ....... in the world. It is up to the women , ' ..... one had" the time to ~*o ';o th~'-~"t~ool/ FRIDAY to educate and keep alive in our chil- Payments represent a 100 percent - ' .... . ~ ., ~. [CAMPUS Orchestra Wives ]llren the spark that w 11 keep the refund of the two percent tax on ano actually cnecK up on tnat re- tAPIr D- ~ ' " ..... ;" -:" ..... I : eL esperate Journey [ flame of Democracy burning, remiums b out-of-state fire insur- r~. rout at tne oest x am sure ma~ . . P . Y . . . -r------- ................. /LLGIONAIRE--CapIam Fury This verv excellent report wasante carrmrs on business written }n I I [ BAND BOX~Born to Sing and South [ ct t short b'y th'e air raid signal for the respective communities. They go I _ - I I f of Santa Fe / a blackout and the manner in which I to municipalities and must be turned I I' _~lF ~ "1 I_ ..V "~ ~ i iPOXY--Westward He ~, ....... a ..... a ~her fi"~ .~a ~ o~er bv them to the relief associa- I I~ " I " ] a ~ o ] m l [ SAT.~.~.,, t tll~ IJIUSIUEIIL allU ut lint, olu a~- t -- I ~ ~ ...~.q g{ ~ ~ "7 i I ,~,,,o~ss 1 ictants scuttled to their osls iv- lion or associations serving the fire I E~"~~,'~'" " ~ -'e;'~': ~I' CAMPUS--Orchestra Wives /Sr: .......1 '-women $;re d~in: I company or eom,,anies which afforci I N T p OOl that C U'U ]6" V I - M LTO -- I CAPI~.OL7Desp~eraIe .Journey / their bit in practice as well as in /their protection. I I ])(n~v ~;,,o, ..... a ~,~ I with Mrs. L. F. Lybarger, Jr. North j Borough, $534.32; Mifflinburg Bor- I ........... ... I ]M()'~/I:)A'1 " [ Eighth Street, November 9. ~ o~gh~} $279.59: New Berlin Borough, r ..... ---~- -- $ , .5 ; White Deer Township, $27.27 I ~]~~"~ i CAMPUS Pmvate Buckaroo [ > ---=~):~--ISTENE" ]~- I /a~l~l~l~ ~,~.~5/ I CAPITOI Tale of ..... / NUZANNE IRWIN (':HI~ ~ U ~ ....... ~.-?{ - - - .s lvlannattan . * . . . -:~ [ ~t~ ~1~ ,~ | and Borrowed Hero / Suzanne Irwin,infant daughter of} Georee Wert Chief forest :Fire | l AND BOX--Iceland [Captain and Mrs. John T. Irwin of I\V,..cien"and iSis, riot Forest; nay I ~.- i" ~r ~ t~ :iI I r>OXY--igrivale Snuffy Smith [ Little Rock, Arkansas, was christen- [ var~nd ~@'infor nltonrtoel the rtin~i",; TIE D '~ .................................... I ~~~ ! 1[ ~ AY Led ill the Presbyterian Church or n,o,d at the cabin owned b- "h^ Re | ~~ ~~ I CAMPUSPrivate Buckaroo I Mifflinburg, at the worship service, I c'hester and I;ittsbur~h Coaf'an l Iron CAPITOI Tales of Manhattan / Sunday morning October 25 by the Corn )an n( LaMnr , -- I ....... r . r y ........ on Tuesday ~- | ~~leU~_~_~_~a_ .~ | and Borrowed Hero I the church. The father a member]meetin~, wa~ held hv ~nn~,or r~--~a BAND BOX--Iceland.. of the. church, is stationed with the B x.'on and his' fire" crew. I ~~~,~.~X.~.~ I F~OXY--Private Snuffy Smith ]United States Army at Camp ao-[ ~._ I ~/,/~I l~[l~'~ "'~ i WEDNESDAY i seph Robinson, near Little Rock. ] , " ...... ~"A]I/ Arl|ll'lil'~ll,~L~. ~ I CAMPUS--The Mayor of 44th St. I Those witnessing the chirstening in-] 'ltunt Safely---][~Jurn Saely" I ~~l~/l~' /'lli~l[l[.l~li.~t,~i., ~ I CAPITOL--Tales of h~Ianhattan /cluded the maternal grandparents,/-- I un~,.nsle Ra~at~w~ I LEGIONAIRE--Remember Pearl t Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hechler of State ] ; _ _ I I~IIMLIlll ~L~ I Harbor and Miss Polly J CollSge, the paternal grandparents,/I - --- -- - -- .- . . .... I - "--.-.-~7.7.'-7-'-".2='~-.- I BAND BOX--Eagle Squadron 1Mr. and Mrs. Webster Irwin of Miff- II Iik_'l--ill lU A IRI~ I Ha/Tiff[ I ROXY--Top Sergeant Mulligan [ linburg, Miss Helen Hechler of State I I "" u v n u a. I ~Jl[ ~J[._ L~=~.A'~ ~ I THURSDAY ] College, Miss Margaret Kish of Brad-II Theatre Milton I ~ I CAMPUS--The Mayor of 44th St. ~ ford, Mr .and Mrs. William Hough of |l I ~ ~lls-m~ | CAPITOL,--Springtime in the t Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas/I Friday, October 30th. I ~ I~lUll011 I Rockies | Francis of Tobyhanna, Mr. and Mrs. [I Action - Thrills - Romance . . . I I LEGIONAIRE---Remember Pearl [ John Irwin, son Robert and daugh- [I ~l~l~lt ...... I I ~l~,,.m~~~ .~n,r~~ I Harbor and Miss Polly [ ter Mary of Lewistown. /I f - - _ - I I ~~~ -- I BAND BOX--Eagle Squadron / ..... /I I F,~' k" "lP" PL 'A i~ [ ~~ROxY--Top Sergeant Mulligan , - Try Our Commercial Printing - [1 Ill[ PA M: P Ut :oo I : < I , L WtSnfam .... PZm a. ( S~turday, October 31st I~1(---~~-: :- i , 1 dlPhone ...... 5-3111 ~ 1]lh, l,L'/ll ' ! I .... , and Roxy Theatre I ~':: ":':: - .... I I I Friday and Saturday, October 30-31 w. GEORGE MONTGOMERY - ANN RUTHERFORD I ,..---- =- - ......... I I Me . - Jrues., ov. 2 - $ I rl wrm r'an T I I . "ORCHESTRA WIVES" ' 2 -- Action Hits --2 I dO JRl X_ I INtice--Due to Homecoming Saturday, Oct. 31, this RIDERS I I Theatre will open at 4:30 and run continuous until I ...... "< I I 12:00 midnight. I [ FEATURE 4:30 -- 6:20 8:20 -- 10:20 [//7IT' I , ..... I I SHOWS 6:05--8:05--10"05 " I Nancy Coleman. Raymond Massey I I ............... HTt N" EDY . ...... t. u..~ I AI II'R L M DIIJ-RJ [NI DY , I I ROXY--Fri. and Sat. Matinee 1:30. Eve. 7.00-9.00 ALLEN BAXTER I The Three Mesquiteers "Westward He!" FLORENCE RICE Monday - Tuesday- Wednesday BORRO--Vq~D- HERO November 2 - 3 - " --Ph~- GINGER ROGERS I Monday and Tuesday, November 2-3 LUCKY NITE TUES. AT 9:00 , HENRY FONDA, I ANDREWS SISTERS - JOE E. LEWIS Cash Priz CHARLES BOY ,R I "PRIVATE BUCKAROO" wed.- Thurs., Nov. 4 - 5 The Picture E~ery Amertcan RITA HAYWOR H I - " " _ __ [ ROXY Private Snuffy Smith Must See... "'Tales of , "., Manhattan" Wednesday and Thursday, November 4-5 "__-. ..... - R I --. GEORGE MURPHY- ANNE SHIRLEY - "THE MAYOR OF 44th ST." r turda ~--~-~nJ r Thursday - F idly - ~ y - "-- -- PI " November 5 - 6 - 7 ROXY--"Top Sergeant Mulligan" ._._______7 - BETTY GRABLE = JOHN P AYNrE I1 $ 4 #'~WL I HARRY JA-MEs and Friday and Saturday, November 6-7 HIS MUSIC MAKERS ERROL FLYNN - RONALD REAGAN | ,,o ,. "DESPERATE_ JOURNEY"__ __ q iPl I prmgttme zn James, Jr." | i the ocefes ]t,s A mot .... COMMFJ~CIA1. CAR~ bIUST HAVE CERTIFICATES A message from the office of Defense Transportation to all com- mercial motor vehicle operators-- After November 15, all trucks, buses, taxicabs and other commer- cial motor vehicles must carry certificates of war necessity. Without a certificate it will be impossible to obtain gasoline, tires, or parts for any sueh vehiele. Carriers who have received their application blanks should fill them out accurately and return them at once in self-addressed envelopes provided for the pur- pose. Avoid mistakes, and fill out all pertinent questions fully. Mistakes in the applications or incomplete answers will mean de- lay in obtaining the certificates. Carriers who have not received application blanks should apply at once tb their ODT Motor Trans- port Division Field Offices for form CWN-4. This form must be used in applying for an applica- tion blank. The name and address of the manager for this district is: Wal- ter C. Solly, 8th. floor, Black- stone Bldg., Harrisburg, Pa. TItEATRE - MIFF~NBUR~ I Fri. - Sat. Oct. 30 - 31 } Matinee Sat. - 2 P.M. { } Giant' Double Feature . . Big- | gest Show Value in the | County ! / un and music by ~{~.. ~Babes On Broad-, "~---~'~R / ,,'.'" ,roduc.r.' ~'1i / r Ray McDonald| t_, { Due zlz$ McPhail [ Harry O'.NE!.t[) " S~eeu Play b~ | Harry Clerk ind Fzatm G.. S~n~ ] ALSO I "s0gra0r i SANTA FE"! Men. - Tues. Nov. 2 - 3 | Matinee Tues. - 4 P. M. SONJA HENIE } JOHNIfAYNE / "'Iceland" } Wed. - Thurs. Nov. 4 - 5 Matinee Thurs. - 4 P.M. | " ROBERT STACK / DIANNA BARRYMORE / "Eagle-Sq-uadron" ]