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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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v'r vrr , jr- rv Friday, September 1, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN' 7 W Page Mv " 3 SHARE FIGHTING EXPERIENCES 41 CZSraftgi 5bcfaVofea Friday have returned to South Bend after visiting her parents,, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Wells. '" ' Mr. and Mrs. Bus Clark of Indl-anoplls are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy lacoli and family. Miss Martha Lowry has returned here ufter visiting a few months In Detroit, Mich. v Modern Martha Sunday School Current News In Centenary ! South Bend Guests At Local Homes; Sailor On Leave With Family Here Class of Methodist Church meet at 7:30 p. m. at the church. Bring Brothers Honored Thursday handkerchief for Miss Elsie Ralston Evening At Picnic Supper Sgt. Paul Collings To Wed Mildred Booth This Month The ouKiiKonieiit and uppiouchinB inurrlane of Miss Alililrcd A. Ilooth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. KdKur Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Omer Myers and Booster Club, 7:30 p. ui. at the family held a picnic supper Thurs hall. day evening honoring BSgt. Melvln Huotli of Frcoport to Hut. l'aul I. Jones who recently returned from Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Kdwurd Sweeney of Rochester and Crane ('Oliver null England aflcr completing 66 ni CoIMiiki, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hulpli W. CoIIIiiks of Jloeltvlllo, lius been Parke County Home Economics Ions and Cpl. Lois R. Jones from Club meet with Mrs. Ora Doyle, 410 Ft. Dlx, N. J. South Fourth street. Assistant hos Those attending were Cpl. and tesses, Mrs. Oertrude Nurnberger, Poultry Flocks Of the more than 423,000,000 hem-on 0,150,000 American poultry-producing forms, over SO per cent are in so-called farm flocks ranging up to 400 hens. Flocks of over 400 birds, classified as commercial, make up only slightly more than 1 per cent of oil flocks, but produce nearly 19 per cent of the country'! eggs. Half of the flocks in the United States have around 50 bens each and produce 17 per cent of the total egg output. About a third of the flocks have between 50 and 200 birdi. Mrs, Lois It. Jones and son, Ron Mrs. Edith Adams, and Mrs. Win nle Gilfoy. 1:30 p. m. nle, SSgt. and Mrs. Melvln Jones, Mr. and Mrs. McKlnley JoneB, Mr, Federated Patriotic Societies al and Mrs. Harry Frist and daugh friend of Elkhar visited Mr. and Mrs. David Guess recently. Mrs. Stella Wheeler and family have moved to Clinton to make their home. Misses Mildred and Margaret Runyan of Soulh Bend are Mulling Mr. and Mrs. Richard Runyan and son and Mr. and Mrs. Steve L'hrln and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sweeney and Crane Culiver and Mr. and Mrs. David Guess visited friends and relatives in Terre Haute. lied with the Grand Army of the ters. Myrtle and Patty, Mr. and announced by the ufidu-elect's parents. Miss Uooth Is an alumna of Hunter colk'Ke and Teachers college at Columbia University. She is associated at present with the Lour Island Clinical Laboralories in Free-pore as a laboratory technician. Since his enlistment In the air force, S(?t. Colltims hus graduated from the Curtiss-Wright Technical instiute at Los Angeles. Calif, and the Boeing Factory school In Seattle, Wash. At present he is stationed at Republic. Covered dish luncheon. K of P. Hall. 11! o'clock. Mrs. G. M. Prltchard and Mrs. Flo rence Kizer of Danville, 111., Mr. and' Mrs. Ray Newland and sons Two Guests Attend Recent David and Dale. The Jones brothers are brothers Mystery Pal Club Meeting of Mrs. Roy Newland of Blackman street and have been enjoying fur The Mystery Pal Club held Its loughs here. regular meeting Monday, August 30 with Mrs. James Curry as hostess. Mrs. Ray Harris of Indianapolis is spending this week with Iter mother, Mrs. William Mietlie and Mrs. Raymond Miethe and son. John Lewis Turchi of the U. S. Navy at Washington is spending his At the conclusion of the business, Joe Smith Observes Tenth Birth Anniversary At Party i-rized Horns ' ' The water buffalo's horns, it prized decoration and chi'if weapon, are being used in bombers'and fighter planes, but not as good-luck charms or souvenirs. Properly cut and shaped, they serve as excellent replacements for insulator sleeves used in aircraft electrical connect-and-disconnect plugs. These sleeves are essential in keeping plane generators operating. The buffalo horn pinch-hits for the insulating material ordinarily used in the sleeves. bunco was played at three tables with prizes going to: bunco, Mrs. Curry; high and travel, Mrs. Joe Joe Morris Smith celebrated his leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Turchi. tenth birthday anniversary with Vcrcolio; low, Mrs. Anton Bogetto party at his home Wednesday eve and mystery package, Mrs. Jasper Mr. and Mrs. Guido Ferrari and family have moved from Crompton V' .21 Gilllo. Mitchell Field. A September wedding Is planned. Haltom-Morgan Ceremony Heard At Baptist Church Miss Joy Haltom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Outlier Haltom of Lyford, became the bride of Frank Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. George As Morgan of Tangier, last Wednesday afternoon. The ceremony was solemnized in the parsonage of the First Baptist Church with Rev. Kay Crawl reading the vows. The bride was graduated from Roscdale High School with the class Hill into their own property here. Delicious refreshments were serv ning. Those present were Jerry Jenkins, Geno Chambers, Doyne Crowder, Wayne Allison, Ronald Newsom, Mrs. Viola toller of Clinton has re ed at the close of the games by the hostess. turned to her home after spending a few days with lier daughter. Mrs. Ronald and Dickie Mills, Lloyd and GucstB of the club were Mrs. Ovie Jackie Rivera, Bobby and Billy Joe William Miethe and Mrs. Raymond Miethe and son. Miss Theresa Natalie has return TALKING TOGETHER somewhere In France are Marc P. Ralnaut, left, daring chief of the French Forces of the Interior; Maures Region, wearing beret, French patriot who fought with American paratroopers and saved the life of Pvt. Winferd D. Eason, right, when he landed behind enemy lines on D-Day, and an unidentified French girl ( who led paratroopers to a group of hidden Germans. This is a United States Signal Corps radiophoto. (International Soundphoto) Moey, Ralph Dranke, Jimmy Ray Uselman and Mrs. Max Holbert. The next meeting will be September 11 with Mrs. Gilllo as hostess. Thomas and Bobby Hall. Rabbit Sanitatjpjji Success in producipgabit meat depends upon the selection of strong, healthy breeding stock," proper housing and feeding, and; sanitation. Many breeding enterprises have failed because proper" sanitation ivas negelected. 1 M Games and contests wero enjoyed ed to Chicago after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Natalie, Four Churches To Hold with prizes being awarded to Jerry Jenkins, Lloyd Rivera, Joe Smith r. Mrs. Robert Fox and daughter i . Annual Picnic Dinner Ronald Newsoin and Jimmy Ray fires were started, were gun posi Year's War Yet of '42 and Mr. Morgan was a member of the 1939 graduating class of Montezuma high school. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan will make their home on a farm west of Kock-vllle. . TJie members of the churches of Thomas. Joe Morris received many nice gifts. tions and storage facilities. Raids were carried out Monday night and in daylight the following day. 01 e Centenary, Center, Salem and Fair-view will unite Sunday, September In Pacific, See for their annual home-coming plc- 1c dinner. This picnic is to be held Homeland Bombed in the Foltz grove and a program will be given in the afternoon. Rev. Ray Crawl of the First Bap (Continued from pun l) Miss Cynthia Giovanini, North Ninth street, returned home Thursday after spending the past three months in Louisville, Colo, as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Enrl-etto. While there she was employed at the l'latte Novelty Company in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Collett Burgess and son, Buzzy of South Fifth street and Mrs. Harry Mowbray of California viBited with Mr. and Mrs. Ora E. Mowbray and sons Thursday evening. Carol Lee Carty, daughter of Mr. and MrB. Bcrtll Carty of South Fourth street Is visiting her aunt, tist Church of Clinton will give the address in the afternoon, and a num are probably being held in reserve ber of the former pastors will be GEN. DOUGLAS MAC ARTHUR'S HEADQUARTERS, New Guinea. American patrol bombers in a fresh attack against Japanese shipping in the Dutch East Indies. destroyed or severely damaged an enemy destroyer, two tankers and two 1, 000-ton freighters, Gen. Douglas MacArthur announced today. Celebes Area Wit " Tlio Jap vessels wore attacked in the vicinity of Menado, enemy headquarters In the Celebes In the Netherlands Indies. Night patrol bombers blasted supply installations at Davao, principal present. Everyone is welcome to at tend the meeting. Mrs. Ora Mowbray of Walnut street for homeland defense. Hees Year of War Lieut. Gen. Millard F. Harmon, whose newly-assumed command of all army air force units in the Pacific, exclusive of Alaska, was revealed by Pacific fleet headquarters, promised Intensification of aerial for a few days. Pot-Luck Supper Planned At Pocahontas Meeting Thirty-five members of the Poca Notice ! The Clintoiilan Wants Your News. I'lcaM' Cull Minn Lear To Iteport Social News, i'liono 82 or 33. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Stickle of enemy base ill the southern Philip TENTH ANNIVERSARY SALE of the ILLIANA DAIRY FARM 25 Selected Head 25 . Registered Guernsey Cattle Cows with A. R. and D. H. I. A. Records Fresh, Bred and Open Heifers Male Calves of High Breeding Thursday, September 28, 1944 Location : At Dairy Farm, 6 mi. N. W. Perrysville, Ind. or 9 mi. S. E. Danville, 111. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE PAUL RAY, Auctioneer. t HENRY JENNER, Pedigrees ILLIANA FARMS Perrysville, Ind. Forrest Cossey, Supt. pines, setting fires. o o Old Schools It Is stated that a survey com strikes against the enemy but soft-pedaled optimistic views for a quick ending of the war when he declared: "We must count on more than a year of hard fighting ahead before the end will be in sight. The Japanese homeland must eventually be occupied and overrun by our forces." Hiiffc ltaids in Offing Harmon sKlH that European the-i ater"air tactics, embodying thous-j hontas Lodge met Thursday evening for their regular bunco and euchre party. Winners in the games were high, Mrs. Frank Thefsz and Mrs. Robert Madison; second high, Mrs. Frank Yowell and Mrs. Carl James; lones, Mrs. Agnes Bailey and Mrs. Thomas McLatchle. During the business meeting, rlana were made for a pot-luck supper to be held next Thursday eve ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North Till St. I'HONK 184-W GUARANTEED PERMANENT pleted in 1937 by the government Indicated that from 30 to 40 per cent jj Crompton Hill have received word g'of the birth of a nephew, son of Mr. l and Mrs. Harry Stickle of Dayton, 1,0. The infant born August 24, S , weighed six pounds and nine ounces 1 and has been named Jack W. of city school buildings were then more than 30 years old arid therefore inadequate for modern 'cirricu- i lum and community service. and plane raids, are in the oiling ning. RECENT PICNIC KIPPER A picnic supper was enjoyed Thursday evening at the home of German Shepherd Dogs It takes about 18 months to train a dog for police work. The New York city police department has six German shepherd dogs assigned to patrol a certain precinct. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lear, south of Clinton. BETTER HURRY GET THEM READY NOW FOR BACK TO SCHOOL Those attending were Mrs. Rob ert Rodich, Miss Mary Rodich, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rodich and family and Mrs. Lear and family. A social time was enjoyed. for the Jap homeland, If necessary." "If European theater air ladles are needed," he asserted, "you may expect thousand plane raids." The latest disclosed aerial strikes against the Japs Included raids a-gainst Pararauslilru in the Kuriles. Iwo Jlma In the Volcanos, Yap and Woleal in the western Carolines, Pagan in the Marianas, Mille in the Marshalls, and Nauru, Jap phosphate producing Island west of the Gilbert group. Eleventh AAF Liberators and navy Ventura search planes bombed Paramushiru Sunday night, encountering only meager anti-aircraft. Seventh AAF Liberators, flying from central Pacific bases, struck twice at Iwo Jima, one of the bulwarks of the enemy hoomland defenses, on Monday and Tuesday nights. Targets on Pagan, where several Going Away To School Shop Penney 's For j Smart Accessories Yes, it's hurry, hurry, hurry get them ready for back-to-school for they need those fall sweaters, coats, suits and dresses now. You'll find that your school-ager will profit by starting each day of the new school year In clothes that are "model fresh" and you'll also be pleased at the way our dry-cleaning process cuts down on wardrobe expenses. MODEL CLEANERS 323 South Main GOLDEN WEDDING An open house celebration In the afternoon and evening will mark the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. ad Mrs. W. H. Johnson Tuesday, Sept. 5. Friends and relatives are Invited to call at the home, 404 South Seventh Street during the day. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Graff of Chicago, 111. are visiting with Mr.1 and Mrs. George Graff of South Third street. CLINTON STORE FUN TO MAKE 8l0$RlTAl W riot Miss Elzora Hinkle, Cayuga and Mrs. Fern Wllfong, Hillsdale, were admitted to the county hospital Wednesday as medical cases. Claude James, 202 South Tenth street, was admitted Wednesday and dismissed Thursday from the county hospital as a surgical case. Mrs. Hester Washam, Mecca, was admitted to tiie county hospital Wednesday as a surgical case. Mrs. Bertha E. Jones, R. I, Clin ton, was admitted to the county Chenille Bath Sets hospital Wednesday as a fracture case. Mrs. Jennie Zeckcttl, R. 2, Clin Thick, fluffy, chenille bath sets with beautiful floral designs! Pastel Yellow, f Q Q Peach, Rose and Green. Launder beau- ,jf O tifully. ton, was admitted to the county to 2.98 ;(VV. FROM HEAD TO TOE hospital Thursday as a medical case Mrs. James Hale and baby, Hillsdale; Mrs. Hulda Sollars, R. 3, Pasfel Shag Rugs Lovely for any room of the house. Thick, long-wearing materials I White, Green, Peach, Blue. Clinton; Mrs. Evelyn Cull, Atica, Ind.; Mrs. Gladys Craft and baby, Rockville and Donald Gene Sollars, R. 3, Clinton, were dismissed from FALL 2-49 FELT HATS STYLED FOR Pompadours, calols, scoltics snd off-the-face styles in all.wool fell. Tailored or dressy types. Other Arotlv Styl bv Wtco Brool the county hospital Wednesday. Wlllard Kelley. R. a, Rosedale; Mrs. Mary Bonucchi, 1015 Morgan This rag baby has movable arms and legs she's dressed In real baby Blyle from "didie" to bonnet. Youngsters will love her. 2.98 1.79 1.19 1.69 HANDBAGS in COLORS or BLACK Make this doll and delight a kid-" .98 plus Tax die here or abroad, l'attern 7173 Roomy pouches, underarm and top-handle Simulated leathers' or fabric. t ' handle styles tor omce or oress up. r styles for office or dress-up. LARGER SIZES $3.98 TO $4.98 Pottery Cookie Jars Pottery Tea Pots Kitchen Curtains, Pr. Mason Jeanette Jars Doz. India Numdah Rugs contains a transfer pattern and In structions for doll and clothes. This pattern, together with a SHOES 59c 6.98 needlework pattern of useful and decorative motifs for linens and garments. FIFTEEN CENTS. .49 St. and Claude James. 202 South Tenth street, were dismissed from the county hospital Thursday. Bible Doesn't Siy It One very often hears someone declaring that the Bible says "Cleanliness is next to Godliness"; but the Bible says no such thing in spite of the fact that many of the laws of Moses were designed to insure cleanliness and good hygiene. The saying is attributed to Rev. Charles Wesley, founder of the present Methodist Episcopal church. There was so much filth in his day that he created the phrase to make cleanliness s matter of conscience and religion. He thus made religion practical to millions of people since his time. Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins for these patterns to The Daily Clin-tonlan. Household Arts Dept., Gi4 Comfortable CYNTHIA Foot flattery in smooth leathers and '. rich suedes. Dressy and spectator 5 pumps, tailored oxfords. Full -Fashioned RAYON For a really well-dressed look, sheer, perfect-fitting rayons in new., exciting fall shades. Reg U. S. Pt. Off. West Randolph Street. Chicago 80, III. Write plainly NA.MK, AIHtKESS HOSE 86 and PATTKIt.X Kl'XKKIt. Beautiful floral Designed 32-Pc. Dinnerware Set Beautiful Oxford and Regal floral designs in rich colors on creamy white overglaz. Perfect gift or for your own home! Our new 32-page Needlework Book is yours for Fifteen Cents more 5.95 iUustraiionR of design for embroidery, home decoration, toys, 1

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