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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - February 5, 1940, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                FEBRUARY THE LOCK HAVEN LOCK Wise Buyers Wait For Bargain Offers In These Columns Announcements Doughnut sale tomorrow at Stj jukes Reformed Church by the Ladies of the taU Fre 68page Almanac contains valuable information for farmers and Get your copy today at Goodrich Silycrtown 2 Main fl10t Radio parts and tubes Phone Wagner Radio and Sound O dress alterations runs repaired Thf Small 18 Bellefontc jan330t WASHER AND SWEEPER REPAIR SERVICE The Westinghousc Store Phone 759 216 Vesper jan4tf For Sole Soil coal for per ton in load lots Phone f53tpd For solid mahogan spinet Inquire 59 East Church Phone f52t For Sale Duplex thirc All lor quick Hanna f53tpd WANT AD RATES ror AMroitruulT 11 words Chili insertion IDc tie Thite mtertlme 7K Stiin II H Each UM Flve worii I 10 I Inaeruena per tin I to I Iranian per KM 7 to injsrtiene c am iuw 30 inMrtlom wr Add Se Mr day for Chant mat 14 fnr within the Urn tneenlee wOl the rait Chaw am wbm credit been Count fivt wortft to Frac Dl tlnti will lie full REPLIES HERE FOR BOX NUMBERS Advertisers oleaftt call at The Exoreu Builnttt for the fol lowing rtniwtrt i E663 1 E669 12 Thin Hit wat eomntieal al II Kn repIlM ktnt afttr M For Rent For apartment sis extra all convenience 110 Mill Phone f53t For room a Church Inquire 408 We f53tpd For Rent fou For Six brooder rooms anj all convenience 10x20 lumber suitable for any f23tp FOR good barn and tobacco heat Possession at one Inquire Roy 400 High f33t For room apar merit hot garag Inquire Clarence MePossession Mar Phone f23tp fl7t bedroom Avenue Furniture Ex Phone fl7t For O For best Moshannon coal per ton lumpy Philips ton genuine Woodland Above prices by the One and two ton orders slightly Don Pas Phone jan3130t For seven rooms and bath double garage and green house hill 413 High 297t r For guaranteed watch and jewelry repairing see Doriens next to jan430tp Card Of Thanks Current Meetings The regular monthly meeting of je Ladies Auxiliary to Hospitaller Commandcry Knight Tern will be held this evening at JO oclock at the Diatonic Temple ttlt The Catholic Daughters of Amer ca will meet tonight at 8 oclock in thtir fSlt The Fraternal Order of will meet tomorrow even ing at I fSlt Business Service Lock Haven Storage Goods called for and delivered careful safe storage reasonable Box 4M hone j7tf Obituary Hale And Hearty At 58 wit of Lewis 535 West 162nd New York died Sunday at 7 at the Bellevue Hos New York Surviving are her a Donald one Edward Eber this city and two Charles State College and Ernest The body will arrive here Tuesday evening and be taken to the Brown Funeral Home where ser vices will be held Wednesday at Interment in Fleming ton Helen Funeral For room apartmen heat hot water immediate pas Inquire 17 Water jan317t Wanted farmer for stocked Write Box this f53t WantedElectrical wiring and re Phone 413 High Ferer f53t Wanted Unfurnished heated Inquire 223 West Clinton St f3ltpd Wanted Girl for housework Sleep Inquire before 2 a 114 Prospect f53tpd The family of the late Grace Hough wish to thank all neigh bors and friends for kindness ex tended during their recent bereave ment also for the floral tributes the use of f 5It young lady be tween 21 and 35 years to cook in Experience unneces sary if willing to Write Box care this f2Jt family of the late Joseph wish to thank all neighbors and friends for kindness and sympathy extended them dur ing their recent bereavement also for floral tributes and use of tflt Financial MONEY TO LOAN To reliable people with steady Legal ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE Estate of Mary Ida May Smith sometimes known as Ida M late of Logan Township Clinton de Notice is hereby given that Let ters of Administration in the abov named estate have been granted t the to whom all per sons indebted to said estate are re quested to make prompt paymen and those having claims or de All plans injmands against said estate to pre eluding automobile Personal Finance 25 3rd Phone fl30t LOANS UP TO Furniture and write or phone Clinton County Finance Woolworth L Lockl sent the same without CLARENCE SAMUEL 75 Susquebanna Lock Administrator Lock janlRtoaw Convenient Clean I Smooth Riding Enjoyable RENOVOLOCK HAVEN SCHEDULE RENOVO Bead Down Lv Renovo North Bend Hyner Glen Union Lock Haven LOCK HAVEN Up Except Sunday SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS Renovo Lock Haven BUS Americas Lock Maaens Drag Chartered Coaches for All Write or Call Sehant Bus Terminal at 2123 8t Marys Lock Haven Bus Terminal Mason Drug Jamea Alvta 3 Harry Maynard 4 John Itaurt Richard 10 Harvey Mill 12 Conrad 15 Yeaterdayi Birthdays Betty Beaeanna 9 Lurette Mary 10 Doretkjr Jone II Florence Gertrude It Demlale 13 Carl 13 Lois MsxtM Mill 14 Calvin Flemint 15 Margaret U UBEP This latest portrait of President Roosevelt shows him as he appeared n his office on his 58th hundreds of thousands lanced at birthday balls in his contributing to the fight agains nfantile Ross personal physician to th said he was in as perfect condition as any man of his age could farm Notes Farmers Start Cooperative ff Farmers in Lebanon County have set them selves up as merchants in a big The Lebanon Valley Farm Bu reau Cooperative 15 months has just opened warehouse and executive Sloomsburg Fair reelected Pres ident Harry Gilmore farmers and their wives from th area attended the sevcnll annual banquet of the Sugarla Local of the farmers at Conyngham church Dick Ste Rifle Club Has 2nd Anniversary Boone Trail Rift Club celebrated its second birth lay Saturday evening with a hicken and spaghetti supper at talizias Howard Hill president of the pre ented each member guest with an appropriate The guests were Postmaster Lukei his Bailey Frank supervising irincipal at the Renovo High and Fred high school Members of the limited to are James Eng vice president Paul secretary treasurer James William E R and George Father And Son Pay Fines At Police Court Father and son paid fines for the ame violation Saturday at police Boone of Rebersburg and his Dale Boone of Centre each a of 12 lor left to curb Appearing before the court this Albert Lytle of Blanchard was fined for travel ng the wrong way in Flacks Alley while William Bilby of Mackey UIe paid fine for parking in the same offices in to buy and sell most everything a farmer except on a moneysaving The group of Lebanon County and a few from adjoining Dauphin buys wholesale of such things as ker seeds and general agricultural In addition to mass the through its helps members dispose of surplus pro and in partnership with 15 similar organizations in other local operates a mill near Man eim where grain is ground and eed mixtures prepared for the Earl whose vocation is rganizing will run he agency until local people are trained to take under the general guidance of the associa ions 11 ORGANIZATIONS The Adams County Agricultural Extension Association will hold its 24th an nual meeting at Gettysburg en Wednesday pres dent of the Production Credit Corporation of empha ized the cooperative features of he in address at Hie annual meeting of the Carlisle reduction Credit Association John Haswell of the Pennsyl vania State addressed he annual meeting of the Car isle Production Credit ileile Ongtey of Centerville was elected president of the Crawford County Htolstcin Breeders Asso ciation Bowling The Williamsport Elks bowling team defeated the Lock Haven Cities Service pinmen 29262737 yesterday Cutleys 235 was high game for Williamsport and Thorne had 612 for high For Lock Don Passell hit 235 to tie Garth Kleckner had 582 for top Every Williamsport round to talled 951 or WiUlamsport Bib Kittell Thorne Casale Breaks Cutley Totals 170 111 104 118 235 194 101 232 181 110 191 233 170 218 112 55S 812 588 581 597 CWes Service Clossner 111 978 951 902 2926 Romeo Kleckner Davis Panell 189 185 187 153 152 187 195 178 235 179 164 202 172 178 512 540 582 53 566 Totals 895 947 895 2737 18 phens was reelected as presiden of the Indiana County Growers Association Shoe Mem oers of the Warren County Potat Growers Association were tol their business increased 300 per cent last Harry Long wa elected president The Athcn local of the Dairymens Leagu eleced John Bean as Harry Ewalt was reelecte president of the Venango Count Agricultural Extension Associatioi YOUTH Lehighton High Schoi pupils heard a talk on apple rais ing by one who should know wha hes talking Hottenstei winner of 80 prizes at the recen State Farm Show Hobert H Peters of was elec ed president of the Penn Sta Chapter of the Future Farmers Quarryville Scho gricultural their instru or made profit o f their work last year Tl Cumberland County 4H Bab Beef will be banqueted he Mechanicsburg Chamber The Potato Growers Association of Carbon County chose Norma Strohl as Samuel Yost is the new pres dent of the Benton Bull Associa ion The Fawn Grove Improve ment Association reelected Presi dent Marvin Webb and set Aug 14 to 17 for the 1940 fair Carlton Woodring of Easton was reelected president of the Lehigh Valey Beekeepers Associ ation The Bradford Counly Extension Association named Ger ald Shumway as president Westenberger was reelect ed president of the Berks County Guernsey Cattle Breeders Asso ciation A Dairy Day program sponsored by the Luzerne County Agriculture Extension Association drew 50 farmers to WilkesBarre David Lauffer was reelectec president of the Westmoreland County Beekeepers Association The Cumberland County Beekeepers Association is con ducing its annual bee school a Carlisle tomorrow Plans foi dairy herd improvement will key note the annual meeting of the Crawford County Agricultural Ex tension Association at Meadvilli 21 The Lycoming County Holslein Bull Association author ized purchase of two to be Used cooperatively B Konhaus is the new president o the Cumberland County Society o Farm Women Directors of the SYNOPSIS Jack Douglas returns to his Miracle after an ab sence of six to find it on verge of ruin and the countryside terrorised by a mysterious band of illers called The who re driving the ranchers off their His Aunt Ines and fian rejoice at his homecom feeling that they now heve a master to look after Dona nes said if it were not for Ed ranch she would not have known where to His first day Jack goes iding with vaqnero and Frank The latter ssys the miners in jump water ights of ranchers and that attlemen are doing nothing about What we need is a hsmsn We need you he tells ointing to an adobe dwelling in he Frank Its meeting place of the early every peon in the country He swears allegiance to he Brotherhood instead of the man who employs ouglas old Forest Ranger Sam warns him that he e one of three ranchera marked or death by The to he other Bradshaw left country and Wilson is Doug to so the ranger advises him to trust no The head of The Kecord is a giant Chinese mown as The Yellow Tacks dinner guests that evening are Alison owner of the neighboring whose father was killed by The father Bodine of the border and his artist Paul who us an interest in the Cobre Talk to The Raiders remembering Trust no Jack does not com mit Even when Ed Paxton interrupts the party with the news that Frank Baker has been killed and Allison challenges Jack with What answer are yen going to he remains apathetic much to the girls disappointment But as soon ss the last guest has Douglas gallops into the night in search of clues to kill He to Morado where the Brotherhood holding a meet Climbing on he can hear or nothing at Then cornea the crack of a whip and a cry of The door and a figure out and falls to the After meeting ad Jack lifts old peon in his arms and carries hint into the Seeing the man warns him to leave but will revea nothing as to why he was punished Suddenly sound of approach ing horses reaches Jsck i stunned to hear Alisons and Bo dints Mother of i is she cringes the One o the horses moved down the trail Douglas opened the Bodin started at sight of Theres man inside badly Jack ex Together they Went CHAPTER XII Bodine looked at Douglas wit his quiet Dont tell m youve already joined the Brother the ironic voic With mildly startled eyes Jac stared about the So this the home of the Brotherhood The smile Did yo think by any chance it was m uncles church I had not really given though to what this place might he at His accent was soft with Spams while inwardly he wen dered if the outline of his revolve ahowed beneath his This man I found him moaning beside th his back caked with helped him inside just aa the ligh went Then you At firs I did not even Dongla But you i happen to be one of the few he hare little to fear from these wine and their ow did yon get here After you left my hacienda I de ded to go at once to the upper ranch and learn what more I could f Bakers Half way up the anyon trail I heard this man erring Thursday Some i mxnerce inursaay Borne would have the Lebanon County 4H Baby ttyjtitht place for Commerce f ieef Clubs own products com irised the piece de resistance at lie clubs annual banquet he Progressive Young Farmers Stonycreek Valley elected William Ungler as president Souders of Coatesville discussed ooperative egg and poultry meth ds with members of the Cornwall foung Farmers Vocational Asso AROUND THE COUNTRY SIDE Delmar Fairman of Blooms finally got n the form of 275 loung hog that fell from his truck n Beach He didnt dis cover the loss at first State Police found the hogs back was and ordered it butch Fairmans expense Caps 38 years dont prevent him rom hauling Chester Rancks hree children to school every day rom their rural home near Para The sorrel horse joined the family 25 years ago A dairy irm in Lancaster County gave a luncheon for farmers who have supplied it with milk for 25 years or more Marys little lamb had nothing on the eight fugi tives from a nearby that waddled into Waynesboro High School The Jersey Shore Ro tary Club was host to farmers a a luncheon A state agcn tracked down dogs that he claimec killed ten sheep in a flock owned by Minor of Oak Forest Wool in the dogs teeth was wha and their owners had to pay County Agent Tritt explained work of the Warren County Agri cultural Extension Association to Warren Rotarians Cumber land County Dairy Day will be observed in Carlisle Bullbaiting was a favorite spor in England duringthe reign of Kin John in laughed I thought yo were of the band who had beate him and were Tha been a how do yo no The little man It it tight place for Jack Douglas Few people come here except thoi of the Brotherhood even my one avoids Making no Bodine toeped over the and with exible fingers lightly touched the rokcn He is not hurt too he said at But that devil who lash did it with i Then turning to he ad It was unwise of you to come here You had better are Where is your orse Behind a clump of pinona near te Then we can ride y house is not far But it it o For me no hour is one of the things I am unable to I often sit up all there are otic or two things would like to say to Doubtfully Douglas looked down t the beaten What will be come of him For tonight at least he is hose precious rascals who flogged urn are scattered over the desert y going their respective and respectable With Bodine threw a silver ollar upon the This will take the bite from many old he said in and within an hour someone will come to bandage that torn back oi Together the two men rode down he narrow trail in each busy with his own For Douglas those thoughts were ar from It was useless o regret he had come to the morada nit it might easily prove fatal to the role he had elected to And yet the very madness of going there alone at night might be in his favor lend some color of truth to his Thoughtfully he glanced it the artist riding so silently beside but that air of abstraction wai There was no way o appraising It seemed wildly mprobable that this man of talen and culture should be in any way inked with the yet in i country where none knew frieni from Douglas realised his safety lay only in otter secrecy as to his new Suddenly with an napUasan start he remembered Alisons voice nst Could she be with the Brotherhood And wa 9odine trying to protect her by say Ing no word of her presence there Leaving the they skirtei a narrow neck of the making at a fast trot for the opposite rang of where Bodine led th way over a steeply winding trai until they emerged upon a flat prom ontory several hundred feet abov the level of the There dine pointed through the moonligh My he In admiration Douglas looked n at the massive threestory buildin that resembled some European cai some stronghold of old robber baron dominating from th cliffs edge the valley I am Lol had written me about of course but I never dreamed you had built castle like Yon are a marve aus architect as well as painter Obviously the little man I dabble at many things ei I am too versa tile for my own He eallw and in answer a heavy wit ran out of the Wit a few words of Bodin seat him back to care for the ol but as he left the artist looked quizzically at You notice that rascal knew pe fectly well when the morada if He may even be one ofthose wh assisted in the What mad country But Together they followed a broa Down a lighted hall he led guest into aj tilefloored studio here glass windows opened out on e moonlit night The place smelUd aintly of fresh Deaans of canvasea in all of completion about Bodine jointed toward a tall That will interest yon most of Bright moonlight streaming through the glass fell on the half nishsd portrait of a face to face with coking out at him from canvas with those same half wakened My little eonsia makes a perfect no She is perfect in man odine switched a light oa htlf nishcd I shall desolate this is and I cannot see cr so at a sudden rec But I ought not say this to for H is whispered ou are the lucky nun who dsy flagstone path flanked with feat ery and at the castles en trance Bodine threw open a her will marry My aunt have told you It has been her one conspiracy Lola first aa aa orphan to Lucky for yon to have such a arseeing for all of us are n love with But sit e pointed to a comfortable chair Mfore the fireplace and ent a box of cigarettes It is good to yon Jack My hope is that we shall good you and much in and tonight I want to impose on this muehhoped or friendship by giving you a word f It was foolhardy of you to be in hat morada Suppose one f the Brotherhood had found They would have thought you were pying on and that is some hing they It was foolish too or you to ride alone at night so near he scene of Bakers It is always possible raiders might he and Bodine made a ignificant of s useless advice if yoa really come back with the determination to fight Douglas raised protesting Why should I want to fight I am a not a soldier of tat you are all I lave only just yet you talk to me always of Even hat girl from Rainbow Ranch Lolas He looked up va Alison I am hopeless at She too preachee that I must Even as Douglas spoke real ized that on those very passing mo ments might rest his whole future for here was his first oppor tunity to test out the plausibility of the new rile he had elected to and in open appeal he taned to I need What wooM you in my ease There was something completely disarming in Douglas helpless in and going to a Bo dine poured out two glasses of Doesnt it all depend on what you want Bordine You when the valley learned you were coming back everyone believed your sole purpose to unite the ranchers in a finish fight against It was common gossip be tween here and men talked about it over at the From tonight on whole valley will have its eyes on Jack Doug waiting to see what you will If fight is what you came yen have ahead of you a death You cannot avoid But what is there to gain After Bakere death was not a blow at He de fled would have killed him had he belonged to any other Bodine aa if tempted to say then appar ently changing sipped the wine before Again Douglas What would you do My sincere advice to yen Why go out of your way to seek enemies To me no one is more tiresome than these zealous To Be Continued Radio Day By Day rograms Tonight Europe 11 Tommy Riggs Richard tenor Doc1 or Alec Templeton Time Josef Pasternack Coni WABCCBS B1 o n d i e west Martin and Kostel anetz Howard and Shelton Don Ameche in The Young Heart Guy Sherlock Holmes True or False Green Hor net Fenton on Organ zation Plans of of L Radio William Austin on Census Lone Ranger Au Author Morton Gould What To Expect Tuesday 8 m Hymns of Al Churches Girl Alone Pro gram from Schoo of the Air west New Orleans Mardi Gras Discussion Youths Prospects for the New including Mrs WJZNBC Farm and Home Hour Gallant Ameri can Women Ireene Wicke Tea Tasting Broad Interstate League Gets Another Veteran iP A siith former major leaguer joined the InterState Baseball League managers today with the gning of Val Picinich as pilot the Allentown a catcher with the hiladelphia Washing Boston Red Brooklyn during Cincinnati his major ague managed the Mii team in the Eastern tore League last He suc eds Tony who will be tained as catcher for the Other former big leaguers who re InterState managers are Leon Gdose hief Jersey Shore High Starts Wrestling JERSEY Shore will have a high school wrestling team for the first time in its his tory if present plans can be worked out Victor former Jersey Shore High School and Lock Haven State Teachers College has announced that all high school boys interested in the sport should report to the this afternoon at 3 oclock to receive their first Esposito is WPA recreation Tom Les and Cy One Will STALK these sensational Open Evenings Phone 10 Open See Our Windows For Exceptional Values STEINS   

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