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--Mrs. Thomas Printzenhoff has returned to her home in Rochester, : N. Y., following a two week's visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Swanger of West Chest- nut Street. ---Staff Sergeant Pilot John F. Reish, of the United States Army Air Forces. visited recently with his Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Z. and son Billie of Mifflinburg, R.D. Pilot Reish made the trip from Georgia to Middletown, Pa., by airplane. --Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Cbesnut en- tertained the following at u family / dinner in their home on East Chest- nut Street on Sunday: Misses Shir- ley Anne Chesnut and Joan Damon, student nurses at the Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia, Miss Edith Mae Chesnut of Middletown, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rogers of Milton and Mrs. Blaine Grove of Mifflinburg. ---Mrs. Aida Elliott and sons Ray- mond and Robert spent the week-end with the format's sister, Mrs. Doyle Russell of Shamokin. --Among those from Mifflinburg who enjoyed the program in the Lu- theran Church, Hartleton, Sunday evening were: Mrs. Candace Half- penny, Miss Annie Whitmer, Miss Grace Halfpenny, Mrs. Walter Packer, Mrs. H .C. Brungard, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ruhl, Mrs. Anna : Wittenmyer, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence/ Watson, Mrs. W. O. Huntingdon, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Laney and daugh- ters, Mrs. W. Z. Sleighter and Mrs. Robert Mitch. --The following expect to spend Thanksgiving in Harrisbur~ the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Musser and son Bobby at a family dinner: T. S. Musser, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tay- lor, and'_daughter Isabel. Professor :~and Mrs. Thoma~ M. Musser and son Billle, Mr. and Mr. Cloyd Marks, of Mifflinburg, Mrs. Ralph Musser, son Eyer and Mr. and Mrs. Leon : Musser of Lochiel. ---Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Grove mo- te Collingdale, "Sunday after- noon, where they visited with rela- returning to their home in this on Tuesday. They were ac- companied to Philadelphia by Miss- es Shirley Anne Chesnut and Joan Damon, who spent the week-end Miss Chesnut's parents, Mr. and Mr~ G. R. Chesnut of East Chestnut Street. *--Mr. John Ossler and children of S~hamokin visited in the home of Mr. Mrs. Myron C. Sterling and son of West Chestnut Street on afternoon. ---Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Klose be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Er- Y. Chambers, East Market Thankgiving Day. ---Mrs. Roy Frederick is visiting her husband. Sergeant Fred- at Fort Dix, N. J. --Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sterling of are spending Thanksgiv- and the week-end as guests in home of the latter's parents, Mr. ~nd Mrs. George R. Hickernell, Fourth Street. --Mrs. W. W. Spigelmyer was a guest, Friday evening, of Mr. Mrs. Frank Wood of East .Mar- Street. " --Mr. and Mrs. John Rine and will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. White of Danville, Thanksgiv- Day. Candace Halfpenny, Miss Whitmer and Miss Grace ffpenny were Sunday dinner of Mrs. Walter Packer of Sreen Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Clark Mensch and daughter Miriam will have as 6 o'- dinner guests in their home on : ~orth Fourth Street on Thanks~iv- evening, Mrs. Mensch's, s~ster, Mrs. George Chambers and family of this place. --Mr. and Mrs. John O. Glover daughter Carole of Hatfield, were week-end ~ests of Dr. end Mrs. Charles H. Stitzer and Wil- liam Glover in this place. --Dr. and Mrs. Robert Arnold and daughters Anna Jo and Lou Jane sited with the fo .rmer's grandmoth- , Mrs. Henry Arnold and aunt, iss Clara Arnold of South William- Sunday afternoon. Mary Benson of Williams- por~~ was a week-end guest of Mr. Mrs. William H. Benson and of the Reed Apartment, ~estnut Street. ---Mr. and Mrs. Scott Walter will at Thanksgiving dinner at Community Hall, Turbotville, and Mrs. William Stahl of Lew- R. D.. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley of West Milton, Mr. and Han)ld Walter and son Richard of Milton. ,:--Mr. and Mrs. James Endy and Misses Lois Whiteni~ht and Walter were week-end guests ' relattve~ and friends in Pottstown. --Mrs. W. W. Suigelmyer was a dinner uuest of Dr. and Mrs. H. Stitzer, East Chestnut --Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Arnold and >i ii , daughters will h~e as guests their home ori North Fourth :StiZeet, Thanksgiving Day, the following: Mr. and Mrs. Em0ry Snyder, Mr. arid Mrs. John Snyder and daughter Nancy Jane, Mr: and Mrs. Robert Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Leitzell of Richfield, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ralph Davis of McAlisterville. ---Mrs. C. D. Elmes is spending this week with relatives in Potts- town. She was accompanied by ~r. Elmes who spent the week-end in that city. --Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Stuck will have as guests in their home on Green Street, Thanksgiving Day, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stuck of Mifflinburg and Mr. and ~'Mrs. Mearl Smith of Lewistown. --Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Beaver, daughter Betty and son Bud were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Phillips of Milroy. --Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gardner, Mrs. George L. Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin M. Earnest, Jr., Attorney Kenneth A. Bidlack attended the dinner of the Union County BuckneU Alumni Association at the Hotel Lewisburger, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Oren E. Sterling were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. McCormick at the dinner. ~--Pv. Kenneth Elmes and Pvt. Robert Loudy, stationed with the United States Army at Aberdeen, Md., visited with relatives and friends" in this place on Sunday. --Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Johnson of Lewishurg called on Mrs. Walter Packer of Green Street, Sunday af- ternoon. --Miss Nancy Schmidt of Shame- kin is spending this week with her aunt, Mrs. John Spigelmyer. --Mr. and Mrs. Oren Sterling at- tended the "at home" held by Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Musser at Lewis- burg on Thursday evening. --Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Winter will spend the Thanksgivin~ holi- days with the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Rippel at McKees- port. --Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keens were business visitors in Philadelphia for several days this week. --Miss Isabelle Lance. student nurse at the Methodist Hosuital. in Philadelphia, will spend the Thanks- giving holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (~I,rk Lance. --Mrs, William Hershberger and daughter Connie of Bedford arrived on Friday for a weeks visit with the former's oarents, Mr. and Mrs. Ev- erett Baker. --Mr. and Mrs. Theos Zimmerman spent Sunday with their son Donald a,t Carlisle. --Mr. and Mrs. Owen Stees and family will be dinner guestg of Mr. ~nd Mrs. Arthur Burd on Thanks- ~iving Day. --Misses Betty Smith and Patty Kurtz and Mrs. Glenn Stevens spent the week-end in New York City. --Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hassinger and family of Lawrenceville. Rev. and Mrs. Hariand Fague and family of Lancaster and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hassinger of this place will be din- ner guests of Mrs. Charles Hassin~- er on Thanksgiving Day. Ray. and Mrs. Fa~ue will remain for the week-end. --Mrs. R. Leopold entertained at a turkey dinner on Thursday eve- nine.. Guests were present from Mifflinburg, Sunbury and Blooms- burg. --Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walter and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Roush and daugh- tar June spent Saturday evening in Sunbury. --Mrs. George Klinwman, Mrs. Milan Jamison and Mrs. J. H~rry Smith visited with Mrs. Alb-rt Pro- sedda and Mrs. Effie Strickler at Milton on Wednesday. --Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kauffman will be dinner guests of Mrs. WiN lism Mauser at Bloomsburg on Thanksgiving Day. --Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nolan and Mr& Irene Ringlet exv,ect to .~end "thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs Bertram Stricldand a~ Watsontown. --O. R. Laney exveets to suend several days next week on a hunt- ing trip in Tio~t County. ---Miss Nellie Beck and Miss Phyl- lis Dreose were honor guests at a birthduy dinner held at the DreesF ! Cottage at Middle Creek Power D~m on Sunday. T'nose uresent were Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Dreese. dau~,.hters Phyllis and Mildred. William Raker Miss Carol Raker, Miss Beck, of this place, and Clyde Frederick of Lew- isburg. --Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Zimmerman and family were dinner guests of Mrs. David G. VanDusen on Sunday. ---Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hartman of Milton were we~k-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Zimmerman and son. --Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Laney and fi~mtly will spend Thanksgiving Day with friends in State College. --Mi~s Thee Smith. a teacher in the Watsontown High School. is suendin~ the Thanks~ving holidays wtth her nqrents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Smith. --Mr. and Mrs. Glenn ~easholtz and family left o'n ~I't~day for MISs* oula, Mon~ ~]iere ,they expect to 1-eside. " --Mr. and Mrs. William Finkle expect to leave this week for Centime Hall where they will spend the win- ter months. ~Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wiser and Ronald Wiser expect to spend the week-end with Mr. ~nd Mrs. John Irwin and Miss Mary Wiser at Lew- istown. Mrs. Wiser and Ronald will remain for a weeks visit. --Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Moyer of Lew- isburg visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Smith on Saturday evening. --Pvt. Nelson Hackenberg return- ed to Fort Bragg, North Carolina on Sunday after several days visit with his wife in this place. --Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith of this place and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Snyder will be dinner guests of Mr. ' : J HEL 12tOUTMAN and Mrs. Ernest Meyer at Lewisburg on Thanksgiving Day. --Bill Ruhl and Harold Stees spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stees of Akron, Ohio. They were accompanied on the re- turn trip to Mifflinburg on Sunday by Mr. and Mist Stec~ who are spending Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Stees and family and Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Zimmerman and family. The Ohio folk expect to return home on. Saturday. --Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Kleckner of Vicksburg were Sunday dinner guests of their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kleckner of West Chestnut Street. Mr. and Mrs. Kleckner had as S[mday evening supper guests, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fassold of Shamokin. --Miss Florence Mutchler of Mid- dleburg was a ~unday guest of Miss Sarah Ellen Dersham of Green Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer Keister were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dieffenderfer of Milton. On Saturday they motored to Har- risburg for the day. --Miles Haney spent the week-end with his parents, Professor and Mrs. Joe Haney of Aaronsburg. --Miss Thelma Satteson of Milton, i R. D., was a Sunday evening supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Royer of West Walnut Street. --Miss Patricia Sterling spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sterling of Williams- port. --Mrs. Otto Goerdell left this week ~or Arlington, N. J., where she ex- pects to spend the winter months with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Adams and son Karl. Mrs. Goerdell was accompan- ied on the trip by another daughter, Mrs. Thomas Houghton of Lewis- burg, who spent several days in that place. --Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garman of Sunbury visited with Mr. and Mrs. George B. KIingman of West Chest-! nut Street, Sund~y afternoon. --Professor and Mrs. Earl Thomas and family and Mrs. Charles W. Sterling were visitors in Williams- port on Saturday. --Mr. and Mrs. Charles Troutman and daughter Helen expect to spend Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. Trout- man's sister, Mrs. Lee Eddinger and family ot" Lewishurg, R. D. --Mr. and Mrs. L. Paul Ilgen and family will entertain at a family dinner on Thanksgiving at their home on West Walnut Street Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brungard and Mr and Mrs. Arthur S. Snyder. --Mrs. Ella Morgan of Scranton is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ruhl for several weeks. ---Charles D. Norman of Philadel- phia, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Reader and son Ronny of Sunbury were Sunday guests of Mr. Norman's mo- ther, Mrs. Emma Norman and dau- ghter Irene on West Market Street. --Mr. and Mrs. Clair Dreibelbis and son Gary of Newburgh, N. Y., are spending a month with Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Klingman and Mrs. Mary Etta Bower of East Market Street. Mr. Dreibelbls is at present employ- ed at Middletown. --Misses Eliza, Marjorie and Esth- er Kostenbader of Lewisburg and Mr. and Mrs. Wyman of Tennessee visited with Mrs. Liberty Farley and Miss Mary Taylor of East Chestnut Street, Sunday afternoon. --Miss Carolyn Hauck of Washing- ton, D. C. spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Hauck and son Robert of West Chestnut Street. --Mrs. C. E. Kerstetter, Mrs. Wil- liam Kerstetter, Mrs. Merrill Culp Mary Taylor expect to spend Thanksgiving with the former's son, Abraham Farley, wife and family guest.of Mi~s Dorothy Anne Finkel, West Marke~ Street. ---Mr. ,and Mrs. George Solomon and daughter Mona of Altoona were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. David F2"eddrick of West Walnut Street. Mrs. Frederick accompanied the /~ltoona folk to Beavertown Sunday afternoon, where they were supper guests of Blaine Feese and Mrs. Della Feese. --Mr. and Mrs. William Troxell of Shamokin visited with the form- er's sister, Mrs. Charles Hassinger of West Walnut Street, a day last week. --Mrs. R. R. Finkel spent several days last week with her fa(~ther, Mrs. Susan Emery of Centre Hall. Mrs. Myron C. Sterling spent Friday in the Emery home. Mrs. F~inkel was accompanied to her home in Miff- linburg, Sunday, by her sister, Mrs. Frank McClellan of State College, who spent several days the fore part el the week in this place. --Mrs. J. A. Broschart of Indian Head, Md., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Charles Wagner and daughters Esther and Dorothy of West Chest- nut Street. ---Mr. and Mrs. Charles St,~hl spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Stahl and family at Milton. --Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Smith visited with friends in Harrisburg on Thursday. i --Miss Elizabeth Sterling and Miss Ann Harris, students at Wilson Col- lege, Chambersburg, spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Sterling. They attended a Houseparty at Pennsylvania State College during the week-end. --Mr. and Mrs. H, R. Kauffman of Mansfield, Ohio, will be week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kauffman. ~Mrs. Charles Snyder left on Tuesday for a visit with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ro- land Davies and son Roland Reid at Cincinnati, Ohio. --Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Sleighter will spend the week-end with rela- tives in Youngwood. --Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shoemak- er and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Miller Shoemaker, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wagner and Kenneth Wagner of this place and Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Alexander and family of Lewisburg will be 'dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wagner and family at Northumberland on Thanksgiving Day. --Mrs. Oscar Bowersox will leave Friday for Altoona to spend some time with her sister, Mrs. Elmer Braucher. --Prof. and Mrs. Charles S. Kniss, of Spring Mills, Mrs. Josephine Hayes of the Laurelten State Vill- age and Harold Morgan ,of l~hiladel- nhia enjoyed a game dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kniss last Wednesday. --Dr. F. P. Boyer was a guest ab a dinner in honor of his birthday an- niversary last Sunday at his home on Green Street. Mrs. W. W. Spigel- myer was also a guest at the dinner. --Miss Mary Thompson of Ehst Orange, N. J., Captain and Mrs. Thomas B. Thomnson of Brooklyn, N. Y., are spending Thanksgiving with their mother, Mrs. Margaret Thompson, daughter Myrtle and Mr. and Mrs. James Hoover in this place. --Harry Bair of Altoona, had' lunch with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kniss last Thursday. During the day he called on other r~latives in town. TEA HELD AT PUBLIC LIBRARY A public tea in observance of Na- tional Book Week, was held at the Mifflinburg Public Library on Fri- day afternoon, by members of the Junior A~thenaeum Club. Mrs. Ro- bert Chambers was in charge, assist- ed by six club members, and ,several belonging to the library board helped receive, In connection with the observance, an attractive display was placed in ~he windows of the former Burd store room on Chestnut Street. T. B, ASSOO_ATION 8TART8 "BUY ][~P.a~TH" OAMPAIGN This week the Union Courtty Tu- berculosis 'Association started its "buy health" campaign with the mailing of letters each 200 Christmas health seals, to resi- dents in all parts of Union County. 200 seals were sent so that recipients may determine for themselves the number of seals desired, whether 1 or 200. Anyone wlshink more seals, or who may have been missed with the letter, may purchase them at Reed's Drug Store. Mifflinburg. The purchase of Christmas Seals is a voluntary one, not determined by the size of the pockbtbood, but by the size of the heart. Last year 60 Clinics were held for tuberculin testing, over 1000 per- sons were tested, and 88 persons were X-rayed at Devitts Camp, as one part of the local program of prevention. That ,thi.~ work may continue and increase,'"Buy and use Christmas Seals". .~. - Try 0ur Commeitcial Printing - of Lewisburg. ---Charles B. Gaunt, who is em- ployed at the State Capitol, Harris- burg, is spending Thanksgiving and the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Ellen Gaunt of West Chestnttt Street. --Miss PollYanna Zimmerman of Lewisburg, R. D., was a week-end: HONORED ON BI]~fl[]~AY Miss Helen Troutman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Troutman of Miffltnburg, celebrated her eleventh birthday anniver~wy at a party held in her home on Wednesday evening, November 18. Girls of the fifth grade of which Helen is a member, were present as follows: Lois Erd- lay, Leona Gast, Audrey Kratzer, Patsy Zimmerman, Marilyr~ Sauers, Barbara Miller, Lucille Mussor, Ma- bel Jean Weaver and Eleanor Steese. Margaret Ellen Mull, a cousin of the guest of honor, was also a guest. Delicious refreshments marked the climax of a__ dell___ g~f.ul evening. ATTEND BANQUET Among those from Union County who attended the banquet in the Penn-Harris Hotel, H a r n i s b u r g, Thursday evening, in honor of Mrs. Edward Martin, wife of the ~overnor elect were as follows: Dr. Ruth M. Steese, and Mrs. Warren Dieffend- erfer of Mifflinburg, Mrs. Edward Kauffman, Mrs. Martin Spotts, Miss Thelma Showalter, Mrs. Esther Breish and Mrs. B. O. Daubert of Lewisburg, Mrs. Charles Reagan and Mrs. W. I. Dyer of Winfield. Dr. Steese and Mrs. Daubert were also guests at a tea in honor of Mrs. Mar, tin during the afternoon. PAUL SHOWALTER ~ BUOKNEI~ ALUMNI GROUP Attorney Paul Showalter, of LeW~- isburg, was elected president of the Union County Bucknell Alumni As- sociation at a dinner meeting Friday evening in Hotel Lewisburger. He succeeds Arthur F. Gardner, Mifflin- burg, R. D., who automatically be- comes a director replacing Weber Gerhart, of Lewisburg. Other offi- cers are: Mrs. W. Z. Sleighter, of Mifflinburg, vice president; Mrs. Herbert Grice, of Lewishurg, secre- tary; and Prof. Harold Shaffer, of Lewisburg, treasurer. Mrs. Anna Kaler Marsh is the other director. Harry E. McCormick, physical di- rector for the First Air Division with headquarters at Mitchell Field, L. I., was one of the two featureet guests. He presented an interesting and detailed account of how men are selected and prepared for the work oI the United States Army Air Corps. Malcolm F,. Musser, former basket-, ball coach at the University, was the o~ther guest, the occasion being s~' farewell for him as he left recently" for Dartmouth where he" will begin service with the United States Nav- al forces as a lieutenant, senior grade. "Mac" and "Mal", both buddi~ proved to be the life of the party as each began to ride the other on points of service as only a Navy and an Army man can do. The former cage coach then gave an account, of the changes in the physical education program at the University the result of different methods needed because of the war. He cited the fact that heretofore it had been a playful program, but that at present it was hard work, and intended to prepare men for the gruelling wartime activities in ser- vice. Greetings were given by Leroy T. Butler, Dr. William G. Owens, and Dr. Mary Wolfe, the latter speak- ing in tribute as a farewell to Muss- er. "~)ummy" telegrams of greet- ing and appreciation were also re- ceived from President Arnaud C. Marts, of the University, and other noted county fig~es. EVANGELICAL HOSPITAL DRIVE NETS $930 Mrs. Carolyn Leitzell of Lewis- burg, chairman of the Hospi,tal Auxiliary Drive has an- nounced that $930 had been collect- ed by members of her committee. Breakdown of contributions fol- lows: Lewisburg, $697.30; Mifflin- burg, $93.85; Montandon, $36.10 Winfield, $54.75; New Berlin, and Hartleton $6.50. The auxiliary all contributions. ROLLIN QUIMBY REPRESS: U~ AT ~0~~ Rollin Quimby, senior at Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio and son of Ray. and Mrs. C. ~?. Qulmby of Mifflinburg, was one of a group of eight students to represent the university at the In- tercollegiate Conference on War Aims and Peace Plans held on the campus of Western Reserve Un- iversity in Cleveland, Ohio, week. Quimby has been prominent in de- : bate activities and is a member Of: Delta Sigma Rho, national honorary. He is also a member 0f 'Omicron Delta Kappa, men's activities honorary. .~- MISS TAURO TKANS~ Miss Rose Tauro has been ferred from the Middletown Air pot to the offices of the U. Company at Allenwood. She ed her duties on Monday of week /