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Grcenburr Booneville Men Get Two Bears Sugar Volley Grange ^Elects Officers BURR— Marlin Schrack and Lynn Brungard of Boone- villc, former GIs, both shot a bear the first day of the season. Scnrack's bear w.eighed 150 pounds and Brungard's 130. Sugar Valley Grange, newest in the county, elected officers las.t week. Lester Douty was named matter. OWi Grange meets every second and fourth Wednesday at the Greenburr Band hati. William Douty of.*' Jlinburg was' a dinner guest of 'Mrs. Allfcn Lamey last week and also filjlea Mr. and Mrs. Lester . Lester Fiedler and family, who lived at the old Fiedler place, moved Saturday to Par- •i— .' •-•••' , • • . ••« Visitors at the Harry Slegle home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Slegle and sons Edward and Frederick; Mr. and Mrs; Harvex Herlocker and son Daniel of Linden, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Packer of Fair point; Mr. and Mrs. Letter Douty, Charles Day. Mr. and Mrs: Roy L. Douty and family of Loganton R. D., and Mrs. Doris Wolfe of Booneville. Mr. Slegle, recuperating from an attack of flu. has been in bed over a week. He ii still rather weak. Allen Douty, WUliamsport and Mr. Phleger of Rauchtpwn hunted with Mr. Douty's brother Fred last week. Tak* SehMl TMts School children of the Greenburr-Booneville school bad their first test for high school Monday at tylersville. Nine from here took the examination. Richard Douty of the Loganton telephone exchange came home from the hospital this week. He is able to be around and see his friends i-Jifr. and Mrs. Gerald Imes feorcd into one of Clayton Confair's houses. ' Miss Betty Wagner of Salona Is going to School from her sister's home,- Mrs. Robert Ker- atetter. ' - ;, • • John Brungard recently made a trip to the state of Indiana. Mrs; Jack Smith and children, Darla Jean and, Geary, came home from Pittsburgh last week. Mr. Smith and his brother-in- law, LaRue Bressler, returned to Pittsburgh, where they are working with William Seaff, a brother-in-law of Mr. Bressler. .Mr. and Mrs. Lee Snyder attended 'the golden- wedding party for Mr. and Mrs. ,Ferd Miller of Jersey Shore. -Visit Freedam Train : - : School children from Tylers- Tale, Loganton, and vicinity went to WUliamsport to see the Freedom Train. The Logan Township school bus took a load from Tylersville. A party Saturday honored the 12th birthday of Joann Shaffer of Booneville. These 12 girls were present: Joann, Doris and Dorothy Brungard, Connie Weaver, Joan and Hazel Summers, Margaret, Barbara and Gladys Keratetter, Judy Grenninger, of Booneville; Anita Lesher, Greenburr; and Joy Oaks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Clarence Oaks of Mill Hall. .Joann received many nice presents. Mrs. Fred Yarrison, Joann's aunt, also, was a guest. Joann. and her father, Roger Shaffer, were Lock Haven shoppers yesterday. '