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r' Page Three THE DAILY CLINT0N1AN Tuesday, August 8, 1944. SUCCEEDS PHILIPPINES' QUEZON ( Clinton Social Notes m and Dale Hamblen, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bell, Mrs. Letta Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bennett and daughter, Claudetta, Mrs. Fred Bennett and children, Nellie, Martha Lee, James and Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cottrell, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Coburn and daughter, Bettle Jean and friend, Ladonna Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Claretto and son, Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Modesitt V V 'SUCCEEDING President Manuel Quezon, who died after a long illness, Sergio Usmena is shown, right, being sworn in as new president of fnilippine VjtJii i imui i v. tew VDIHV.K., - been handling Philippine affairs In Washington since the Japs over-ran the islands, takes the oath from Supreme Court Justice Robert Center Home Ec Club Observes Family Night iui. ami Kfr-H. Ross James were hosts recently for the Center Home Ec family night picnic. The Star Spangled Banner was played by Mrs. Violet Houchin and the club prayer was given by the members. Following the supper, games and contests were enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs. Esther Griffin, Miss Bar bara Ann Myers, Mrs. Emma neea, Mrs. Bonnie Sturm, Victor Randolph and Norman Houchin. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. James Price, Miss Leila Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Randolph, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ayres and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Griffin and son, Tnnk anA Aa'wvhtar Mr.. OttO Chil- dre, Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Conrad and son, Mr. and Mrs. wara rorter, mr. and Mrs. Eaton Myers and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reed and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mur ray, Mr. and Mrs. Hoy siurm auu son, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sturm and son, Mr. and Mrs. Jump Houchin and family, Jerry JameB, Miss Edith and Mildred Pearman and Mr. ana Mrs. Roy Wright. . The next meeting win oe neiu iu September at the home of Mrs. Al bert Sturm. Larry Bonacorsi Celebrates Third Birthday Anniversary Larry Bruno Bonacorsi was the honor guest at a birthday party given Monday evening at his home on Crompton Hill In honor of his third Hlrthn'av annlveraarv. Those attending were Mrs. Mau rice Harper and daughter, - Mariene Sue ,of Kelt's Prairie, Mrs. Fred Bonebrake and son, Merrill Lee, piaraniA ftnd Marv Harper of Hills dale, Mrs. Toby Bonacorsi and son, Raymond, Mrs. Joe Bonacorsi aim children, Phillip and Reta Ann, Don-nle Aimone, Mrs. Reno Bonacorsi and son, Marion John an or uiinion, Mrs. Deno Bonacorsi and daughters, rtnrta and Janet. Ddrni,monta nf lea cream and cake were served and the honored guest received several nice girts. Mm Martha Costello and chil dren and mother, Mrs. Russell Miller of Muncie spent tne ween ena iu Muncle, Ind. They were accompanied as far as Anderson by Mrs. Dale TareH ind Mrs. Edna AUgaua wnu are visiting their brother, Lewis Mc Clelland and family ana uioya annul and family. . Bride-Elect Honored At Surprise Dinner Thursday Mia. Melhn. Jean Miller. Clinton a former resident of union, . mu.. uina the honor auest at a surprise dinner riven Thursday evening at inlnnlnl'a nPHtfllirant. The affair was planned in honor of MIsb Miller whose marriage to ataft Rarppntit Fred Wauffh. Jr. Of Clinton will take place Sunday, Au gust 13 at the Baptist Church. Sgt. Waugn is siauoneu m imw- ed a stubborn rearguard action as they retreated. In their counter-attack against the American around Mortain, the Nazis employed elements or rour Panzer divisions along a seven and nne-h.ilf miles front in the attempiea break-through toward Avranches. The strategic road hub or Jwor-taln itself changed hands three times, the headquarters of lien. Dwight D. Eisenhower said that at last report the town was again in American hands. Better Stock High production is inherited. No amount of good feed and care can make a high producer out of a chick that Li born a low producer. The actual cost of rearing good and poor stock is essentially the same. The great difference ia in the way the pullets produce. M Nutritional Value Top-class protein for tissue building, iron for red blood, fat in an easily digestible form, and several of the vitamin alphabet are con tained In an egg. Parke Home Makers Meet Recently for Annual Family Picnic Mra. Gertrude Kurnberger .- Hiwtmi Fur ricnic Supper. Several fluent Attend. Mra. Doyle Hepteinlier Hostess. The annual family picnic of the Parke Home Makers Economics Club of Parke County was held August 2 at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Nurn-berger. The picnic supper was held In the grove near her home and the supper was served at small tables. Members of the committee In charge were Mrs. Hazel Newton, Mrs. Ann Adams, Mrs. Albert Hamilton, Mrs. Serena Bennett, MrB. Edith Adams and Mrs. Wright Van Duyn. During the business meeting, Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Edith Adams and Mrs. Ann Adams were apointed to look after the booth of home made Christmas toys and recerational games at the Hockville Fair, August 15-18. God Bless America was sung in unison by the members and led by Mrs. Claude Coburn. Mrs. Edith Adams gave the blessing. Guests present were Mrs. Laura Dunkley, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Lewis, Chicago, Mrs. Frances M. Helms and son, Milton, Colorado, Edith M. Chittenden, Greencastle, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kennedy, Rosedale, Mrs. Rose Rush, Terre Haute, Mrs. Jessie Schults, Henry Mediatore, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Modesitt, Carolyn Louise Whltcomb, Clinton, Miss Caroline Nurberger of Atherton. Members attending were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams and nephew, Davey Helms, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams and grandchildren, Earline, Billy Joe Notice! The oilntonlan Wants Your News. Please Call Miss Lear To Report Social News. Phone 82 or 83. PERMANENTS Specialized Hair Styling ADAMHON'S BEAUTORIUM 365 South Main St. Phone 502 Oz. Bottle 3.50 Plus Fed. Tax 1 17 ..? Km Ves, we can prove it. .lust by dry cleaning your summer garments once. You'll like our expert, quality controlled, dry cleaning service. You'll like our reiuioiuihle prices, too. For real satisfaction In cleaning service, bring J'Oiir garments .to us. HAVE YOUR CLOTHES CLEANED M'Nair's Son Killed Two Weeks Af ter General Dies WASHINGTON. D. C. Col. Douglas McNair, 37, son of the late Lieut. Gen. Lesley J. McNair, today was listed as a fatality on Guam halfway around the world from France where his father was reported killed by an American bomb less than two weeks ago. The War Department said that news of the death of the younger McNair came in a message from MaJ. Gen. A. D. Bruce, of the 77tli Division on Guam, to which he was assigned. No further dutallB were glvi-n. Col. McNair was graduated from West Point In 1928 and was appointed lo the rank of colonel on Dec. 8. 1913. An artlllory officer, he had aided (Son. Bruce In developing tank destroyer techniques and served at tlio tank destroyer school at Camp Hood, Tex., before going to Guam. He Is survived by his wife, Freda, a daughter, Bonny Clare, of Santa Barbara, Calif., and his mother, Mrs. Lesley J. McNair, who resides at the Army War College In Washington. MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line 0 For Service Drop Us A Card E. W.Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana Opening For Three Salesladies Louise Inc. has opening for three salesladies age 10 10 40. References Required Apply LOUISE INC. 325 So. Main St. Clinton, Indiana or Louise Inc. North Side Square Paris, Illinois PHONE 13 WARM 'ThickV warm Cunapac,'705? wool, 30Ja cotton. Single' breasted fly front. Set-in split) sleeve, notched collar.'A com- fortable broad shouldered model, right for falL.Blues," 1 Browns, land ,TaD,Jl33-4&!. THE MODEL WAi MODEL CLEANERS Tuesday woman's Renublican Club meet at the hotel basement, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Hill Runeo Club meet at Sportland Park, 7 p. m. for pot- luck Supper. All memueni ui n nH hrine children. BrinK cov ered dish and sandwiches and own table service. Social Sisters Club, Mrs. Vina Jones, 1:10 p. m. Builders Class, Falrvlew Methodist Church, Mrs. Mable Church In Falrvlew. 7:80 p. m. Mrs. Ernest Dixon, assistant hostess. Pocahontas meeting 7: so p. m. Bunco and euchre at 8 p. m. . Red CroBS Surgical Dressing, - 11:80 a. m., t-i't- m. and 7-:30 p. m. Past Noble Grands Club, picnic supper, Mrs. Amy Cunningham, Fair-view, 6:30 p. m. Friendly Bunco Club Mrs. Haiel Smith, Falrvlew,. 7:30 p.m. Thursaav uiuinnarv Society of the Baptist Church, Mrs. Ben Sollars, 824 Sycamore Btreet, 1:30 p. m. Outing Club picnic, t p. m., Mrs. E. A. Lewin, South Main street. Acme Club, 7:80 p. m. Mrs. Ed Cunningham. Happy Hour Home EC ciud, v:au, un Bertha Richardson. Picnic sup per to observe family night. Ladles Bible Class of tne christian Church meet at the church basement for one o'clock dinner. Each hrine- covered dish and own table service. Me,t will be furnisnea. Hostesses, Mrs., Ruby, Mrs. Shaltuck and Mrs. Sellers. Devotions, Mrs. uiara Gilmour; Entertaipment, Mrs. Elsie Sims and Mrs. Emma Cunningham. Friday Modern Matrons, Mrs. Mildred Wright, 1:30 p. m. uohoirohn Initiation services. All staff members asked to wear street dreBBes. MIsb Mable Russell of Dayton left for Chicago, 111. yesterday to YiBlt with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Downs, returned, missionaries from Alaska. Miss Russell has been tne guest oi Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dixon. v mm ' Aiixn ciiiiev of Terre Haute is visiting her nephew, Mr. and MrB. Dow Mitchell of Walnut street. - Mrs.. Betty Dill and son, Larry Mac are spending a week with her sister, Mrs. Dale Jared. ., C TJOSRITAL Dhuic. inftn ' so ft South Seventh fell- fm' a" tree and broke her leg li improving at w home and wishes her friends to call iUIUD :cae. n.,.. ahAaf nmia'. was admitted to the county hospital Tuesday as a tonsillectomy case. Benjamin Newklrk. R. 2, Clinton; .nnth Patterson and baby, Bloomingdale and Randall Hurt, R. 2, Clinton, were dismissed from the county hospital Monday. Gayle Maloney, South Third street, entered the Paris Hospital, Friday Aug. 4, for surgery. iu- and Mra.. Donald Aaaros oi 1118 Blackman street are the par ents of a son born Tuesday morning. The infant weighed nine pounds and eight ounces and has been named Donald Merle. a Two-Way American Raid Strikes JNazi Lines, Airfields (Coatliata tro pace 1) Law Montgomery's men now are striking heavily in a new offensive thrust. . . . The second wing, which inciunea im heavy bombers, ripped at airdromeaand robot bomb emplace ments. ' Thunderbolts, Mustangs and and Lightnings made up the escort ing force. Under good weamer conditions, the bombing was carried out vlaaaallV Earlier in the day strong lore. of heavy bombers, operating in small units, attacked fuel storage points, bridges, and rail targets in a wide arc north east oi rani auu southeast of, Bordeaux. Fighter-bombers, sweeping east and southeast of Paris, destroyed 82 locomotives, S50 railway ears and 80 military vehicles. Ammunition dumps at Livarot. La Sollesplere. Le Lude and Bauchea du Desert were attacked by medium and light bombers. Other formations bombed shipping in BreBt harbor and bridges at Nogent le Roi, Heuvy Sur Loire and Corbie, east of Amuens. At least 20 enemy planes were destroyed in the air during encounters throughout the day and last night. From all operations 22 of our aircraft are reported missing. " Toughens 'f 'mm '" Am high temperatures toughen tha gg- and lower the food value, best results are obtained when tha egg cocked t loy, jvea bt, , 4. viru kana, Tex. ana is expeciea iu un.v. w rhris-here Saturday Mrs. Margaret Vaught, R. 2. Chrls-Those attending the dinner Includ- man. III., wa. admitted to the conned the honor guest, several employes ty hospital Tuesday as a surgical and daughter, Rachel, Mr. ana mm. David Modesitt and son, Chester, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Modesitt and children, Mary Belle and Phillip, Mr. and Mrs. ni,iHa Mowtnn. Mr. and Mrs. James Nardl and daughter, Delores, Mrs. Gertrude Nurnberger, Mis. ura a. Doyle and sister, Rosa M. Jonnson, Winnie fillfov. Mi. and Mrs. Charles Grlffen and children, Mary Evelyn and James W., Mr. ana Mrs. uani.v Hentnn anri Son. Lewis Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hamil ton, Mr. and Mrs. Lanteroacn ana daughter, Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Wal-An Tjovina nnii daughter. Lois Law- son and son, David, and a grand daughter, Louis Ann Nevlns, Mr. ana Mr. Clarence Sourr. Mrs. Anna Thomas, Mrs. Julia Whltten, Mr. and Mrs. Wright Van Duyn ana son, Paul. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Ora A. Doyle, atk i-nrth atreet. Sentember 6 at 1:30 p. m. with Mrs. Gertrude Nurn,- berger, Mrs. Edith Adams ana mra Winnie Gilfoy assisting. Smith-Snider Vows Heard Ar Hnhart. Okla. Recently Mr. and Mrs. John P. Smith of mb xTnth irirat atreet. Clinton have 11D IM J.-1.H- , received the announcement of the marriage of their son, John p. smitn, Jr., A. M. M. 3c to Miss Doris Mae Snider of Hobart. Okla. The double ring ceremony was performed August 6 at Cordell, Okla. A. M. M. 3c Smith attended Clinton High School and was graduated with the class of 1940. He was em- b 0 a fireman Ml the ChiCaKO- Mllwaukee Railroad at St. Bernice prior to his enlistment In tne wavy two years ago. He Is now stationea at Clinton, Okla. Wakof e Club Members Have Pot-Luck Picnic Supper Several members of the Wakofe Club met Monday evening at the Sportland Park for a pot-luck picnic supper. During the evening the commit- tha nn-wt meatlnff WflB CtlOBen. Members on this committee are Miss Irma Pesavento, Mrs. Nick Karano- vich, Mrs. Henry Paloncy, mrs. Frank Ralston and Miss Kathleen Taylor. The next regular meeting Is to be held August 21. FORMER CLINTON OIRL TO WFJ Mr. and MrB. Tobe L. Turner, former Clinton residents, now residing In Munster, ina. buhuuu-d proaching marriage of their daughter, Dores Mae, to John E. Mohr of Van Wirt, O. The marriage ceremony will take place at the First Methodist Church in Hammond, August 19 at 7:30 p. Misses Vera Mae Back and Ha Irene Black and Mrs. Katie Black accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harper attended the Hair Dressers Style Show at the Lincoln Hotel In Indianapolis Monday evening. Miss Black is the owner of the American Beauty Shop. surfTC r " Utm I I br Phone 129 o o THIS MERCHANDISE For MORNING BRAEMORE TISSUES One To A Customer 23c H. Jackson In Washington, Shattering Air Attack Signals Fresh Assault (Continued from page 1) addition, they by-passed Tilly la Champlain, May-Sur-Orne and Fon- tenay le Marion, the spokesmen unclosed. Bombers Strike Hard These divisions were aided Dy another display of Allied aerial might, the second In some 12 hours. A force of 1,750 American warplanes, ln- .idin more than 1.000 heavy bombers, struck at Nazi positions obstructing the Allied advance near n.s onri hit at enemy airneias anu -nhnf hnmh emDlacemcnts oy oay- iio-hf Tim NasilB also were hit heav ily during the night by RAF heavy weights. Meet Stubborn Resistance The Americana ran Into stubborn enemy opposition at St. Malo and Brest, .and, the spokesmen added, the hub of Lorient has not yet been completely liberated. As tlie doughboys plunged beyond Laval Into new positions in the May-enne sector they also ran up against stern enemy oppositions, despite which they consolidated their holdings in bitter fighting. The spokesmen said that heavy engagements are being fought around Cherence la Rousel. the outcome of which can-notyet be seen. However, Allied armor wrested the town of Gathemo, seven miles southeast of Vire, from the Germans, they added. German Withdraw from Vire Suffering "very heavy" losses, the Germans succeeded In penetrating one mile into Allied positions northeast of Vire during a spirited counter-stroke. Along the Vire highway, however, the Germans began to withdraw to the east, although they wag LADY NEARLY CHOKED WHILE LYING IN BED-DUE TO STOMACH GAS i...iv anirl a few days ago tliat she used to be afraid to go to bed at night. She was swollen with stomach gas, which always got worse when she went to bed, and the gus would rise up in her throat aner she lay down and would nearly M,ini her. Hhe couldn't lie flat. Had to prop herself up on pillows. Recently this lady got HUB-HELP nnd now says gas Is gone, stomach feels flue, liowels are regular and she ran go to bed and sleep soundly. EKB-HELP emilalns JZ ureal Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering; et EKB-HELP. White's (Kenan) Pharmacy Drug Store. . rtr m goodvear TdPAYf Trade your Grade I certificate for today's Number 1 tire, a new Goodyear . . . your best buy for extra safety and long, low-toet Bilesge. Bring C 0 9 In your car for Q fitting today. (plus taxi -.00-l6 . NINTH & BOGART MOBILGAS STATION JOE GIACOLETTO 1 GRADE l a Don't wait until It gets cold to buy your Topcoat. Buy it now on our layaway. A deposit down and regular payments will hold your lop-coat until you need It. ,ooeooooooooeoooooeooooooo A O 9 O A iji-i r- v L.I I lE. 2 220 Elm St. of the Wabash River uranance, jmims ivanoaa Feiriman. Chrlsman. Ill Mrs. Faye Burke and Mrs. Eva Bay-.i.r Ncwnnrl Mrs. Mvrtle Waugh, Shephardsvllle, Mrs. Helen Douglas, 'St. Bernice, Miss Mary McLetsh, Clinton, and Mrs. Lizzie Burrls, De troit, Mich., and Miss Helen Lewis of Indianapolis. ' MIsb Miller received a oeauiuui wedding gift. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Peck and children of Detroit, Mich, have re turned to their home after spenaing several days with Mr. and MrB. R. E. Peck of Walnut Btreet. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Peck now have Mr. ana Mrs. Wayne Cadwell also of Detroit as their guests. Mrs. Maynard Malone and daugh ters, Kay and Cayla have returnea , n.oir hnmn after visiting wltn ner sister, Mrs. William Combs of Terre Haute for the past week. Mrs. Alfred Prulhlere and sons, Norman and Lee of Akron, O. are visiting with her mother, Mrs. Wil liam R. Brown and ner moiner-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Prulhlere. m m m Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Peck and .hiiHran nt Detroit. Mich, have re turned to their home after visiting with her sister, Mrs. wiinam uomun of Terre Haute for the past week. Kenney Dale Jared. small son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jared spent the past week with bis grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clirrora jarea oi ruuie two. FRIST Home i Home i f tooooooAopooooopooooojooogo V . m. nmmir ., THURSDAY I 111 I , ."'"V l I light-weight I j light-priced : in, 22jo So That Everyone May Have A Chance 10 uuy JUST RECEIVED BOYS' OVERALLS Just in Ume for back to school. We are sorry but will have to limit them a to a customer everjone may have a chance to get overalls for their boy. He here early t OUR FAMOUS NATIONWIDE SUEETS 01.19 Full bed size 81 x 09. That famous Natlon-Wide quality known everywhere for Its long wear and lasting whiteness. Limit two to a I hiTiiT customer. Clean Up of All Women's White Shoes Ties and Pumps $1.00 Of course then are rationed but you can still icet lots of wear out of them this season! . i

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