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/iii(:i jl)'( : PAGE EIGHT .:,:, *l~[ANKSGMNG PI~RA~ I~tl~EN'I~D IN AUDITORIUM Under the capable direction of A Thanksgiving program was pre- Mrs. Harold Hummel, Home Eco- ~p:ted in the Mifflinburg High nomies teacber of the Mifflinburg School ABd~torium on Tuesday Schools, the hot lunch program was morning. The program was opened started on Monday. An adequate. with group singing of "God of Our and balanced meal was served for Fathers:', after ,which Mary Jane ten cents with a glass of milk extra. Dale read the Scripture Lesson and Thirty-one of the rural scholars took led in the Oath o Allegiance to the advantageof this opportunity and Flag. The group then sang "God more willbe served as time pro- Bless America". Louise Burrey read gresses. 4. the President's Thanksgiving Proc-The school board has been giving lamation, which was followed by two selections by the Boy's Glee Club. read by Francis Wolfe and the pro- gram was closed by group singing of "America". SP~L ASSEMBLY PIrX)GRAM Gui'la Logue Roberts and Muriel Smith, musical Evangelists, from Lanca_ster, presented a program of vocal solos, violin music and piano solos at Assembly exercises last Fri- day. Mrs. Roberts also spoke briefly. - Try Our Commercial Printing - excellent cooperation in this project which was started under the Civilian Defense. A county "committee was appointed last sl~ring by Dr. Frank, Boyer, Superintendent of Schools of: Union County, to work with the various school boards and help or- ganize a much needed project. It was discovered that the majority of the scholars were eating cold lunch- es, often consisting of candy or ice cream. It has been urged to keep up, the standard of good health in our schools and all who can, are request- ed to work along with the Parent- Teacher Association and give Mrs. Hummel all the cooperation possible. It was agreed upon at the last PTA meeting to hold a donation day -- MILTON --- Today, Thursday mad Friday Now...on the Screen Rosalind ISSELI. Brian Janet AHERNE BLAIR in Saturday, November 28th. WHAT FUNI The Mffflinburg Telegraph, Mifflinburg, Penna., Thursday. November 26, 19~ : IrRIDAY BAND BOX--Joan of Ozark CAMPUS--The F'orest Ranger CAPITOL--My Sister Eileen LEGIONAIRE--Timber Stampede and Unseert Enemy ROXY--The Phantom Plainsmen SATURDAY BAND BOX--Joan of Ozark CAMPUS---The Y'orest Ranger CAPITOL--Mr. Bing Goes to Town and Tanks a Million LEGIONAIRE---Sunset Serenade ROXY--The Phantom Plainsmen MONDAY BAND BOX--Wake Island CAMPUS--Priorities on Parade CAPITOL,---Miss Annie Rooney LEGIONAIRE---Sheriff of Sage Valley and Panthers Claw ROXY--Mexican Spit-Fire at Sea TUESDAY BAND BOX--Wake Island CAMPUS--Priorities on Parade CAPITOL--Miss Annie Rooney LEGIONAIRE--Sheriff of Sage Valley and Panthers Claw ROXY--Mexican Spit-Fire af Sea WEDNESDAY BAND BOX--Tales of Manhattan CAMPUS--Lady in a Jam CAPITOL---Give Out Sisters LEGIONAIRE--Hi Neighbor and Outlaw of Pine Ridge ROXY--A Date with the Falcon THURSDAY BAND BOX--Tales of Manhattan -- Plus -- The Rowdiest Rookie Comedy Of Then~ All ! -- With -- William Tracy James Gleason Noah Beery, jr. Nov. 30 - Dee. 1 Shirley's & rug-cuttbt' Jitterbug! Shirley Temple -- In -- "'MISS ANNIE ROONEY'" -- With -- William Gargan Guy Kibbee Wed. - Thurs. Dee. 2 - S A riot of music and mirth! Andrews Sisters -- In -- "'GIVE OUT SISTERS" -- With -- Charles Butterworth iiii expenses. It will be helcl the latter part of rmxt week. The local committee is very much pleased with the way everyone has responded, and hopes to have every detail worked out in the near future. The committee consists of the fol- lowing: Mrs. Wilbert Chambers, chairman, Mrs. J. Henry Dale, Mrs. O. R. Laney, and Mrs. Harry Kath- erman. The Mifflinburg school is the first to inaugurate this program proving that this committee of women are. among those who are on the job and doing their bit for their country. COUNTY TO ELEC-~ FARM CrOM~d]YIWFEErVI[EN, DF_~. 4 Community committeemen who will be elected December 4 have a vital part in the maintenance of rood supply lines to our armies many thousands of miles away, according to H. B. Clouser, Chairman of the [rnion County Agricultural Count5, Committee. In this county there will be 18 committeemen elected, 3 in each of 6 communities as set up in Ihe Agricultural program The committeeman has twofold responsibilities, he explained. He s~rves both as the representative of the 'farmers of his community with the Government and as the agent of' the Government. It is his responsi- bility to see that the needs of farm- in the schools, at which time each eru in his community are justly and child will be asked to bring one po- adequately met. Too, it is his re- talo to be given toward helping the sponsibility to see that farmers in hot lunch program, in keeping down his community car(y through a "farm plan" which ~provides foods I essential in the war effort, follow- ing the Food for Freedom program. The Election Meetings will be held at the following locations: Corn- Thanksgiving Eve munity No. 1, New Columbia Gram- mar School at 7 P. M.; Community Midnight Show No. 2, Vicksburg School House at 7:30 P. M.; Community No. 3, Linn- WEDNESDAY AT 11:30 P.M. town School House, Room No. 8, at DO01~ OPEN 11:15 P.M. 7:30 P. M.; Community No. 4, New ou,,C 'ec:aI review Berlin School House at 7:00 P. M.; Community No. 5, Creek School Showing House, I mile north of Mifflinburg at 7:30 P .M.; and Community No. 6, Le~vis Township High School at EDGAR FIBBER 7:45 P. M. BERGEN M c G t E ...... ......... DR. BOYER GUEST SPEAKEl~ m,~ a~ Dr. ]7'. P. Boyer, Union County; CHARLIE M O t t Y Superintendent of Schools, spoke at the Wetzel Parent-Teacher Associ- McCARTHY i~. dijon in Gregg Township on Tuesday evening. His subject was "Co-op- On Wednesday afternoon he spoke at services for the dedication of a service flag at Hartley Township High School. Dr. Boyer will be guest speaker at the Rally Day services at the Evangelical Church at Penn's ~ A~0L~:::y~DIEsCreek on Sund______ ay~ft ernoo__n_FOR__IN PHILADELPHIABE~IDENT H Mrs. Mary Ellen Whitley, widow of ~ C~oO~.aa~r~.**o) ~' William M. Whitley, of Philadelphia, GINNY SIMMS beth former residents of Mifflinburg, ALL SEATS 35c PLUS TAX died on Nove~.ber 22 at her home in that place. TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT Surviving are six children, Clark, BOX OFFICE Blanche, Edith, Horace, Anna and ( ~~ Robert. Services were held on Wednesday, November 25 at 2:00 o'clock from the Oliver H. Balrs F'uneral Parlors on Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. --Milton--- Burial was made, in the Arlington Cemetery. LEWlSBURG - - - PEN~A. -- THEATRE BEAHTIFLIL -- Phone ...... 5-8111 and Roxy Theatre i,iiii |11 i i Wednesday and Thursday, November 25-26 BETTY GRABLE - JOHN PAYNE "'SPRINGTIME IN THE ROCKIES" ROXY -- Bela Lugosi -"'Spooks Run Wild" Friday and Saturday, November 27-28 FRED MacMURRAY - PALILETTE GODDARD "" THE FOREST RANGERS'" Sat. Time of Feature l :30 - 3:25 - 6:30 - 8:30 - 10.30 ROXY--3 Mesquiteers - "The Phantom Plainsmen'" Monday and Tuesday, November 30-December 1, ANN MILLER - BETTY RHODES "'PRIORITIES ON PARADE" CAMPUS--Lady in a Jam CAPITOL---Give Out Sisters LEGIONAIRE--Hi Neighbor and Outlaw of Pine Ridge ROXY--A Date with the Falcon nd M s. Cha les W. Griffith of Lewisburg, announce the birth of a son, Charles Warren, Jr., born to them. Friday, November 20 at the, Evangelical H o s p i t a 1, Lewisburg. Mrs. Griffith is the former Ethel Burns of Lewisburg. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse J. Mair of Phil- adelphia announce the birth of a son, Jeffrey Mair. Mrs. Mair is the form- er Romayne Good, daughter of Chief of Police Melvin R. Good and Mrs. Good of Lewisburg. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wagner an- nounce the birth of a daughter, Jean Marie on Friday, November 20 at ~he Geisinger Hospital, Danville. LEGIONAIRE Theatre Milton "-----~F~d~, Novel~ber 27 In His Grea~st Wes~rn... GEORGE O'BRIEN -- In -- TIMBER STAMPEDE -~ And -- A Mystery Thriller .... LEO UNSEEN ENEMY -- Plus -- LUCKY NITE AT 9:00 $25 Cash Prizes Your Favorite Western Star At ltis Best . . . Mort. - Tues., Nov. 30 - Dec. 1 In HLs Best Western . . . -- And --- --- Pltm -- LUCKY ~ TUES. AT 9:00 $25 C3tsh Prizes Wed. - Thurs., Dec. 2 - 8 A Musical Comedy You~l Never Forget . . . ROXY--"Mexican Spit[ire at Sea" Wednesday and Thursday, December 2-3 IRENE DHNNE - PATRIC KNOWLES "'LADY IN A ]AM" -- And -- Your Favorite W~tern Star... DON "RED" BARRY -- In -- OUTLAW OF DINE RIDGE ROXY--"A Date With the Falcon" ENJOY WILD ~IJK]L~ D~ Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Haire and son Billie entertained at a wild tur- key dinner at their home at Vicks- burg, recently, in honor of Samuel i Haire of Mifflinburg, R. D., a veter- l an of World War I. The turkey, which weighed 16 pounds, was shot by Dewey Haire and furnished the l main course for a delicious dinner. Others present included Mr. an4 Mrs. William Haire, Mrs. Samuel Haire and son Billie, George Bick- hart, Mr. Geiswite and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Feaster. .. MIDNITE SHOW . . TONITE Thanksgiving Day John Mack Brown In His Greatest Western... "'RA WHIDE RANGER" --- PIu~ -- LUCKY $15 Cash Prizes -- Admission -- 25c to all -- Tax Included LEGIONAIRE Milton Z \ /m Mort. - Tues. Nov. 80 - Dee. 1 Matinee Tues. - 4 P. M. WAKE ISLAND Wed. - Thurs. Dee. 2 - 8 M~tinee Thurs. - 4 P. M. , TALES OF MANHATTAN Coming Soon . . . MAJOlg AND THE :MINOR SPRINGTIME IN THE I L L