1943 December 8 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1943 December 8 Harrisburg Telegraph - III - i 13 I ""Joy. I Frem Pratt and train....
III - i 13 I ""Joy. I Frem Pratt and train. Kirkpatrick. Sinking fund, Stouffer, chairman; Cook, Kirkpatrick. Birtb Announcements Chambersburg Hospital: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wolf, Le - masters, son, December 6. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Brookens, Fayetteville, R. D. 1, daughter, December 6. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Baer, Orrstown, son, December 6. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tolbert, Fayetteville, R. D. 1, son, December December 7. P. O. Hours Announced Post office windows will be open until 6 p. m. on Saturday, December 11, and until 8 p. m. on Saturday, December 18, offi cials said today. Beginning De cember 13, the post office will be open until 8 p. m. daily. Servicemen's Notes Three soldiers who were friends before their induction on March 19, underwent training at the Beltsville, Md., ordnance plant and now have arrived in India. They are: Pvt. John W. Shaffer, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shaffer, Pond Bank, who was employed at Letterkenny Ord nance Depot; Pvt. John Mickley, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyerin Mickley, Quincy, and Pvt. Junior Cabbage: Pa. 50 - lb. $1.75 - 2; N. J. bu. baskets, baskets some fair, 40 - 75c, bu. Carrots: Nearby bunches, baskets topped and washed, some best, $1.?5, very few low as 75c. Celery: Pa. Vi crates. washed, various sizes, Sl.SO, 3 - lOc, stalks, 3 - 4c; N. J. few 15c. SCOUTERS HOLD CONCLAVE The twenty of the Harrisburg in the Fifth Street left, was elected F. Hershey, retiring Woodside, speaker retiring president,

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  2. 08 Dec 1943, Wed,
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