The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on August 23, 1944 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, August 23, 1944
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Page Three THE DAILY CLINT ON I AN Wednesday, August 23, 1944. YANKS' BRIDES ARRIVE FROM LAND "DOWN UNDER" Clinton Social Notes .no Four-H Judging, Horse Show Draw Fair Crowd Today (Continued from page 1) Warped Skillet Are you having trouble with warped skillet? Here's the remedy. Heat siowlv for 10 minutes, turn upside down and place a piece ot wood over the entire bottom. Hammer on the wood until the skillet is fiat. If the bulge is toward the inside of the skillet, hammer on the inside. To prevent warping, do not pour cold water on a hot skillet, . ill jJj""t f AJM Petroleum Petroleum has been broken into 55 constituents. gram will be the Society horse Bhow at 8 p. m. Eight prizes will be a-warded for best three gaited combination; best five gaited combination; best roadster hitch; best three and five gaited pairs; best three and five gaited and best horse in the show. On the last night of the fair, the WLS radio artists will, present a program featuring the national barn dance and Graham's Western Riders. , - BYF State Officers To Present Program At Baptist Church Eight Officers Of lJapCixt YouUi Fellowship of Indiana To Attend Week End Hervlce At Local Flmt Baptist Church Eight state officers of tlie Baptist Youth Fellowship of Indiana will be guests at the First Ilaptlst Church Saturday night and Sunday, August 26 and 27. Officers planning to attend the meeting are Mary McBeth, Indianapolis, vice president; Alice Waggoner, Indianapolis, world service secretary; Louise Flanders, Anderson, secretary; Lloyd Runlon, Crawfords-ville, Newsette Editor; Sally Lewis, Terre Haute, associate Newsette Editor; Geraldlne ttunlon, Crawfords-ville, circulation manager; Ruth PERM ANENTS Specialized Hair Styling ADAMHON'S HEAUTOIUUM 355 South Main St. Phone 502 Miss Frayne Gross Guest Of Bozarths Tuesday Eve. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bozarth and daughter of 318 John street entertained at dinner Tuesday evening in honor of a - friend, MIbs Frayne Gross of Hastings, Mich. Miss Gross is here on a short visit before returning to Moody's - Bible Institute for further study in her missionary work. , . Guests present were Mrs. Archie Cumlngs, Mrs. Rachel Bozarth and Miss Betty Bozarth. Evening callers were Pvt. and Mrs. Gail Lawson. Pvt. Lawson is home on a short furlough before returning to a camp in Alabama. The guests were entertained by piano solos and group singing. Soldier Home.From Persia Feted At Sunday Dinner Mr. and Mrs. George Henkel of Fairview entertained with a dinner Sunday in honor of Pfc. Milliard E. ' Sow Thickly Most people sow too thickly, and this not only results in a waste of seed, but it reduces yield. Sow only v MONUMENTS S) A Complete Line ) For Service Drop Us A Card E. W. Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana little thicker than the stand you aant, and if you err either way, it is better to sow too liin than too thick. Bush, Vincennes, service secretary and Kenneth McClure. This group of officers has formed a clinic coaching team which will b e visiting various churches throughout the state. The purpose of this team is to help the local churches understand the B. Y. F. Henkel who has Just returned from twenty-one months in Persia. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shew, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Curry, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kelley, Mrs, Mablo Sanquenettl and son, Bill, Mrs. Gladys White and daughters of Tcrre Haute, Mrs. Virginia Bossert and Mrs. Virginia Tamplen. Mrs. Murray Hostess For i Wiener Roast Tuesday I THIS GROUP OF NEARLY 300 Australian wives of American servicemen arrived In Ban Francisco, Cal, to make homes In preparation for the arrival' back of thtlr Yank husbands on the war's end. They all agreed that America was Indeed all they expected It to be, and their flrst concern was "can we buy clothes without ration points." Seventy-two of the wives had lesfcthsn-ysar-old babies, while mariy more were expectant mothers. This U the largest group to arrive bringing the total to 900 who nave moved to take up new lives in the United States. flnttr national) BETTER-' Phone 129 O O o A LITTLE 220 Elm St. Another Venus Land's End Land's End Is the westernmost xtrsmtty of England. Thirteen members of the Dream i program and US puroses. I The team has planned an Interest-! lng programv with the first session I beginning at 7: IS Saturday evening : with recreation and songs. At eight : o'clock a humorous skit, "Dr. B. ' Wiser", will be presented with such 1 characters as Bob B. Y. P. U., Jane i Girl Scout, Sally Sunday School and ' many others. The evening perform-: ance will close at 8:45 p. m. with devotions.; sV'' Sunday morning during the Sunday Bchool hour, two of the team members will give five minute talks land pleasure Club Auxiliary enjoyed a wiener roast Tuesday evening 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 at tho home of Mrs. Haiel Murray of South Seventh street. Bunco was played later in the i - ' .r . I. evening with prizes going to Mrs. 1HM m Mary Glanottl, bunco and travel; Mrs. Lena Mehoke, high; and Miss Minnie Mautlno, low. Thursaay Mrs. Parke Phillips of Nebeker street will entertain the Jolly Home-makers Club at 1:30 p. m. Past Chiefs Club which was to be held Thursday has been postponed indefinitely. Ladles Auxiliary of the Half Century Club meet at clubrooms at 6:30 p.m., picnic suDper. Each member bring covered dish. Acme Club, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. John Ross. Job's Daughter Regular meeting at 7:) 30 p. m. followed by 4 The next regular meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Sally Qugllel-mettl, September I. o o o o o o o o o o o o 50 HEAD OF REGISTERED T&2 Me Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stevenson of Battle Creek, Mich, are visiting with Mr. Stevenson's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Stevenson of South Sixth street and other relatives. , ABERDEEN ANGUS CATTLE ! on national and state programs fol-: lowed by a piano solo. Rev. Crawl, minister of the local Baptist church, I will use as his subject, "The Place ! of the Youth in Our Church." The Sunday afternoon session be- gins at 2 p. m. with "Information I Please," 3 p. m. Program Huddles; ! 4 p. m., relaxation and songs; 4:15 p. m. Program Huddles Reports. At 6:30 p. m. Sunday evening "Sing 'N i Snack" will be presented followed !- by a basket supper. ; The highlight of the program will be at 7:15 p. m. when a consecration service and presentation of the Life Service Pledge will be held. The public is invited to attend these meetings. . Mrs. Gerald S. Reed and son, John of route three, have arrived in Belolt, Wis. where they will Bpend six weeks wjth their husband and father Fireman, first class Gerald Reed. They will reside at 707 Brooks Street. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bozarth and daughter, Linda Kay.'were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loran Bo-sartn of route two, Clinton. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Craft, Rock-vllle arc the parents of a son born at the Vermillion County Hospital Sunday. The Infant weighed seven pounds and one ounce and has not been named. .......; 8 SVc and Mrs. Edward Thompson, Dana, are the parents of a son born at the Vermillion County Hospital Tuesday. The Infant weighed seven pounds and one ounce and has not been named. Mr, and Mrs. John Almone, 1002 North Eighth street, are the parents of a son born at the county hospital Wednesday. The Infant weighed seven pounds and eleven ounces and has not been named. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o James H. Pebley, 656 Vine street and Mrs. Mary Bonucchi, 1015 Mor- to the aan street, were admitted Sunday as surgical county hospital Phone news of clubs, guests, events to the Clintonian, 32 or 33. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o 0 o cases. , Virginia Parents, Tangier, Ind., was admitted to the county hospital Monday as a surgical case and dismissed Tuesday. Willard Kelley, Rosedale, route A, was admitted to the county hospital Monday as a medical case. Carold Kathleen Kuhns, Cayuga and Wayne West, Cayuga, were admitted to the county hospital Tuesday as tonsillectmoy cases. Mrs. I.eura Lindsey. 241 North Sixth street, was admitted to the county FRBflV, SEPT. 1 944 STARTING AT 12$ JO P. M. AT MITCHELL AND LYDAY FARMS, 7 MILES N. W. OF CLINTON, INDIANA, 7 MILES S. E. OF DANA, INDIANA AND 1 MILE NORTH OF CENTER CHURCH. Cows with calves at foot and most of them retired, bred heifers and open heifers, these cattle are of popular families and well bred individuals. McHenry Blackcaps, Rosemere Blackcaps, Blackbirds, Miss Burgess, Barbara, Enchantress Ericas and Eisa Ericas. TWO VERY GOOD HERD BULLS Blackcap Eileenmere 21st, Calved 1941 , son of Efleenmere 190th, International Junior Champion, that best breeding son of Eileenmere 85th, the Grand Champion International winner. - Blackcapmrre 192nd, Calved 1941, son of Epponian 9th of Rosemere, that has produced so many prisewinning cattle for Rosemere Farm of Maquoketa, Iowa. A few yearling bulls ssrad by these two bulls and from well bred cows. J . SALE WILL BE HELD UNDER TENT Also - Same Farm - Same Date -10:30 a. m. (SEfJERAL mm SALE hospital Tuesday as a meoicai case. Jimmy Miller, R. 1, Montezuma and Mrs. Olive Lambert, Rockville, were dismissed from the county hospital Tuesday. NAMESAKE of another famous beauty, Miss Venue Ramey, 19, is the winner of the "Miss Washington" contest and will represent the nation's capital in the annual Atlantic City "Miss America" contest (International GRAND OPENING OF NEW CLUB ROOMS AT CLINTON MOOSE -O- FRIDAY; AUGUST 25 -o- . You Are Cordially Invited To Inspect Our New Quarters BETWEEN 12 NOON AND 10 P. M. 1.8 Person! The Bureau of the Census gives decimal-point figure of 3.8 persons to family. Yank Columns Race803IilesTo Seize Grenoble Millions of Toothpicks Nine million ordinary toothpicks can be nude from single cord of wood. (Continued r-nm Face 1) o 0 o o o o 0 0 0 0 o o Notice! The Cllntonlui Want Your News. Please Toll Mine Lear To Report Social News. Phone 32 or Holstein cows, Hogs, Tractor, Hammermill, Miscellaneous tools, 8 modern portable hog O 0 0 ing to today's communique from Geo. Sir Henry Maitland Wilson's headquarters. Grenoble Is the capital of the I sere Department, lying In the foothills of the Alps on the Isere river, which flows southwest into the Rhone. Capture of the city, which has a population of 85,600, represented a gain of 60 miles beyond the deepest penetratipn of southern France mentioned in yesterday's communique. Several days ago Grenoble was reported surrounded by French forces of the Interior. , Hyeres Seized Occupation ' of Hyeres, eight miles east of Toulon, has been completed by French troops, the communique said. In their northward drive . from Have a Coca-Cola Let's work refreshed houses, melal self feeder, water fountain, cattle troughs and feeders, gasoline engine and ,0 pump jack. ' 0. 1940 Chevrolet 3-4 Ton Truck o Stake Body With Grain Bed and Stock Rack J man l OFT Jf ia - MW" 50 Tons baled Clover Hay, very good, 1 0 Tons baled Straw, 150 bushels Vickland Oats. TERMS CASH J No Property to Be Removed Until Settled For With Clerk of the Sale O o o o 0 o 0 their Riviera beachhead, the Ameri cans had the effective cooperation Ot the French Maquis. 3 -im Krn -mil Towns taken en route included Dlgne, Sisteron, Aspres, Gap, St. Bonnet and Largentiere. French troops have closed in on i LYDAY WELL Toulon, from the east in a drive to effect a Junction with forces already fighting inside the city. o o o s o e o 3 Miles from City 0 0 O o o o o 0 O 0 In the encirclement of Marseille, French forward elements penetrated within three miles of the . eastern OWNERS AUCTIONEERS o outskirts of the city, while to the northwest the Americans are a similar distance from Etang de Berre. FIELDMEN ROBERT D UP REE, A. A. Association RICHARD HAHNE, A. A Journal LLOYD CROUCH, Indiana Farmers Guide li , Further advances have also been COL. ROY G. JOHNSON, Belton, Mo. COL. PAUL RAY, Kingman, Ind. COL. CHARLES ASBURY, Marshall, Ind. COL. "BUSTER' ROBERTS, Clinton, Ind. made along the Durance river val ley, the communique said. l ..or a helping hand on the farm Have muOkt", says a farm companion, and it means Lett work refreshed. In country home or city dwelling, frosty bottles of "Coke" belong in the icebox. Across America, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes,, symbol of kindly hospitality. sonus uHoa authobtt or nc cocacou cohmny iy TERRE HAUTE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPACT More than 17,000 Germans have been taken prisoner since the Allied O O O O O 0 O landings in southern France eight days ago. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED ON GROUNDS O The owners of the property or the animals accept no responsibility of any nature for any accident that may occur. q If naoml far popular mbm to acquire friancHv. abfaarrla. rJon. That whr Te hear CooCoia cailad -CuaaT. Oasified Ads Sell Most Anythini OOOOOOOOOI

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