The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on September 7, 1944 · Page 3
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Page Hire THE DAILY CLINTON IAN XfiursBay, September 7, 1944. MARINE OFFERS Week's Social, Personal Notes In Newport; Plan Church Reception al days with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil BradfiUU and relatives at Terre Haute. Mrs. Harold Jines and daughter ol Brltmore sn-?nt the weekend wiih .Ml. and Mrs. Imn Jines. .Miss Joann llr.inr spent Friday Eij,-hl -with Pi-tty Ci-ok mar Mecca. Friday by the death of Miss Sarah Budgets Discussed At County Council .Meeting MemuiTs Oi' Uie Ccunty Council h"ld their regular ann tal meeting in Xew;.o:t .,a T i'sd. y i.:.'i V.'ecnes-di-y of this week. T':ey discussed plans for the coun( budgets next Differential In Hollywood, where studios were makiitg a scene, extras who hal to sear German uniforms demanded and got hiKher pay. I sit ... i Joe Marsh ft .SFiKSJiAA. i I County who donatd one dollar or lJs7f''l'$ 1 more in the last War Fund Drive is v(ifV 5H i I i munkcf and entitled to vole for, i i fJGSS'KifiKrf' I the officers who will be elected at I r&3AoNp4 I Thad Phlbbs' Formula for Fun & 1 2 Dailey Chapel Neivs and Notes Guests Call at ITuxfoid Braner Homes; Browns Guests at Lena, Indiana Mrs. Gertrude Fidler of Terre Haute was a guest of Miss Tiliie and Orvena Huxford over the wee:: end. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frown and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Myers and children of near Aionrezuma were San-day dinner guests cf Mr. and jjrs. Foster Braner. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Holeehko and son of Clinton sienf Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer HuNford. Miss Ma.tba Jean Dickey of In dianapolis visited her parents, Mr. I and Mrs. Cheater Dickey over the I weekend. I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown and children. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kelshe.mcr and daughter Wanda, : Mr. and M. Louis Swa;foid of) North Terre Haute spent Friday eve- j ning with 2Ir. and Mrs Fred BroTn. j Lt. Jehn Henry Aldersr.n of Miss., Mrs. Bertha Benson and son How-1 ard of Ladoga were RMppr guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Huxford I Thursday evnin:r. Bobby Brsnt-r, son of Mr. tnd Mrs. Foster Braner left Monday to enter the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Huxford and son Bobby Joe spei't Sunrlay with ; Mr. ana .Mrs. jonn Brown west oi Clinton. Miss Judy Prall spent the week end with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Prall. Mrs. Russell Powell and daugh ter of Chicago returned to teir home Monday after spending sever- Mr. and Mrs. Raymcad r.rown and : family spent Sunday v.i:h Mr. end j Mrs. Morris Kurphy near Lena. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Wren Braner and 111 ? v TSlk Tfr mm County Re1 Cross Chapter T: Meet in Newport Soon The annual meeting of the Ver-miluon Coja'.y Chanter or Aincriccn l!.d fnub will be held at 7'3 p. m. - pt. 19, at the Court House in New port. Any re.-.Ident of v th; mottlr.jT. accon!:'ig to Harold ! L. O'DorneH. chairman of the P.ed Cross Chapter in this our.ty. From where Th;:d Phibl-s has a theory of enjoyment a'.l his own. The mote tired he is tVon vm-king at the Wnr Pfant, the more fun he has pitching l'iorsen2s V4-:t'n the boys these summer evenings. "That's because I fc' fhat I deserve it," Thad says fciniply. Arid I wonder if he isn't right. I wonder if we 1on't enjoy things in proporf h?n as we know we've earned 'hem. Is a little relaxation vcr more welcome th;n af'.er a hard day's -work? I)o we a,.prteiate our little pleasures quite a much as when t-'o. 93 of u bcrirs Farmers Pride m illion Svntii'lMT HHiit la-I. f Hi I'ltitfil innrkt -njHntch we know in our hearts 'vre've dune a good job well? From where I rH, that's one of the things this wartime strain h.i taught os. We're all of woi kfiii; hard nt oar jobs, doire; our level best to pall our weight. And we're learning the little ictv:irdst the simple pleasures a home-cooked meal, a girffcs of ber with friends are , inre welcome now than ever... because we've earned them1 Jane Cheneweth of Perrysvuie. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas of Tell riiv. Ind.. sDent Monday with Mrs. Thomas' sister. Mrs. M. C. Wiggins and family of Newport. vm Marr Brooks attended a movie in Terre Haute Monday afternoon. Henry Kricke of Chlcako spent the weekend with his brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Oil Potter of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Oil Potter attended the Indiana State Fair at Indianapolis Saturday night. Mrs. Grace Dooley of Newport attended a movie in Cayuga Saturday night. Mrs. Fred Sanders and Mrs. trace p,t .,, . v.-nort. soent Satur- day ,' Clinton shopping. jIre Herbert Pueschnes spent the wwkPna j Chicago visiting her hus- band. Mrs. Sam Stewart and children spent Saturday in Clinton shopping. Abel Asbury of Newport spent Sunday afternoon in Clinton. Mrs. Maynard Hollingsworth is spending a few days this week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Naylor of Cayuga. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gosnell. Mrs. Belle Peer and Miss Betty Adams shopped in Clinton Saturday. John Nichols of Newport spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Chambers of Hillsdale. Miss Betty Adams spent Labor Day with Miss Darlene Proffitt of north of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Huxford of Indianapolis spent Monday with Mr. Huxford's father, A. J. Huxford of Newport. Mrs. Elver Newiin and daughter. Mona, and son, David, spent Sunday in Cayuga. Mrs. Van B. Ptith of Highcol, West Virginia spent from Friday until Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Ruth Williamson of Newport. Mrs. Sophia Delich of Clinton, elevator operator at the court house, spent the weekend in Chicago visiting her daughter. Mrs. Eva Lena Kelley of Newport attended the Douglas County Teachers' Institute at Tuscola, 111., Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Chambers of Hillsdale are spending a few days this week with "Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chambers of Peoria. 111. Mrs. Mary Brooks of Newport spent the weekend with her brother, Clarence Brock and family of near Veedersburg. Frank Foos of Terre Haute, former resident of Newport, spent the weekend with friends and relatives in this city. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Hawkins and small son, Sammy, of Newport spent from last Wednesday until Monday in Parke County and Terre Haute. I Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Clearwaters of near Rockville and Mrs. Craee' CORP. PHILIP MANCIN1 of MJlford. Mass, pounds out tune on an American-made piano found in the ruins of the town of Agat on recaptured Guam. His Marine buddies seem to be enjoying the jive session. An official U. S. Marine Corns photograph. International) Ci'pyiiglU, t, Brewing Industry Foundation ! 1 -RTWTXJSTM1 Utnl new that yon woa'l In 1MI--S twrguin that will .! hilio, and rationing pnil-leuis. You'll find all that and more Ho:..e GrtM-rr's Htores, Hi-(hM'cmli nl ly ned anil ;MTate.l fs. TiJtdi where you are a-wni-ed m ctirre-.tis treatuient and qimiiiy. mm MINNIE GIQVAN1I SS8 N. Eighth St. COFFEE-25 California GRAPES' 20 JIVE ON GUAM Mr. and Mrs. Biggs' son is at Camp Bulner, N. C. Jimmy Ingram of Hillsdale, well known barber in Newport, moved his shop from this city to Evacs-ville. Mr. and Mrs. Ingram will make their home in that city. Mrs. W. G. Parrett and daughter. I Mrs. Donaldson B. Hurd of Newport spent Labor Day visiliag .Mrs. Par-rett's other daughter. Cpl. and Mrs. C. W. Seet. Jr.. cf Urbana. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Newl of Cayuga spent Sunday with Mr. Newl's parents, Mr .and Mrs. Joe ' Allison , of Newport. j Miss Doris Baird returned to her home in Newport after spending a ' few days visiting her sister, Ruth Baird of Chicago. I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Price of At- i ilea spent Saturday afternoon with : I Mrs. Price's mother, Mrs. Bessie Harrison of Newport. Mrs. Minnie Coffman and Mrs. Jay Short of Terre Haute spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Joe 1 otts and Miss D. Grace Rheuby of Newport. Paul Carma'k of this city spent Scturday in Clinton. Will in m C. Parrett- vbo is now employed in Champaign, VI. returned to that city Monday aftr spending the weekend wih his wife and dauehter, Mrs. Donaldson II. Hurd. Mrs. Fred Sanders and Mis. Grace Park, both of Newport, spent Saturday afternoon in Clinton ghopjiing. Guy Barry who Ih employed in In-, dianapolis spent the weekend with i his dauehter, Xfariha. 1 Martha Barry of Newport spent Saturday in Terre Haute ahopping. Hr mother, Mrs. Guy Barry spent Saturday in CHnion. Miss Nancy Lewis of Vwnort re-! turned to hr home here aftr ppen- 1 mans oi Siecca. ina. John Pickell. V. N. Asb"ry and ! jir. l'uck ;t. alt of Newport and j r., -. . . ... if ! i(h John Lauer of Dana. Mrs. Martnc Gresmne sutn.f and j hus'uand and brother. Clarence jCIressuire were last week gue.ts of j their Krandmother. Mrs. Ula Lnellsn f Newport. i Clifford Cr'ssmire end family were Sunday eveninr euest.i of Mr. Orescmire s mother, Mrs. Ola Ens lish. j Mrs. Ola Eneli-h and Mr. Martini spent Monday in Danville. ! Bill Biggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. ! Joe Bigffs lft Friday evening for j Detroit. Mich., after spending a week with Ms parents. I i j Regular Monthly densien ! Four nn;rrfi o the Jihrarr ' board and the librarian. Mrs. W. C. T'arrtt. held thir r-?ular raonrhly : dajr afnoon. Mrs. Wilma Lewis praided at the metin. Mrs. Parrett pave th ' monthly report for the month of Aneust. i AmirHinc In Vro PtrrAtt tfion ' I are now .fr!5 volumes in the New- i Iiort library and last monh thre was a total circulation of 2.503. The ' library wa kpt oin 27 dy with ( an avpraae daily circulatiofe of 3 a " day. 1 1 Th total hobjW of borrowers , for the nionth of August were, .74. Thcnw prfFnt at the iwtintr wr: Mrs LtK. the preidfnt : ; Mrs. Dora Harer. srtary; Mrs. N11 Vait and Mrs. Tarrett. all c-f , Newport and Mrs. Gertrude Bon-; well of Dana. I ' Mr. and Mrs. John W. I'arrett and Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Parrelt, all of Indianapolis spent the weekend -with Sirs. Ella Ha l of Newport. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Hall were Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Parrett and daughter. Mrs. Donalcsoa Hurd, of Newport. Mrs. Grace Park has left her home In Newport to spend the winter with her danehter. Mrs. Wayne Clear-waters of near Rockville. Mrs. Clear-waters will teach in the Marshall schools this year. Miss Jean Pollard left Wednesday for Springfield. 111., where she took Tier state board examination. Miss Pollard has Just completed her Cadet Nurse training at the I'nion Hos pital in Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Foos and i daughter. Peggy, of Newport, and j Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore of Clin- ton were the Sunday dinner guests i of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Foes of Newport. Mrs. Iva Nixon and sister. Miss Elsa Manion. both of Newport, are visiting their brother. Harry Man-ion of Detroit, this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Park and children. Yovonne and Jon. spent from Friday until Monday with Mrs. Park's parenu. Mr. and Mrs. Walter La rem of Blackhawk. Ind. On Sunday, Mr. and Airs. Park and Mrs. Park's broiher. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Lorew of Terre Haute spent the day at Rhakamae State Park. Miss Lucille Hollingsworth and Miss Ruby Lee returned to their homes in Newport Sunday after visiting friends and relatives in Hammond and Chicago. Miss Lois Bishop who has been employed in Hammond for the past several weeks returned home with them lo enter school. Mr- and Mrs. WHson Dwiggins and daughter, Janet, spent Monday afternoon and evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Peterson of south of Newport. The two families enjoyed -a picnic supper 'in the woods. Attorney Samuel B. Davis and family of Terre Haute were Sunday guests of his mother. Mrs. Grace C. Davis. They all attended the funeral of Miss Sarah Jane Chenoweth of Perrysville in the afternoon. Mrs. Clara A. Myers and Mr. and Mrs. Frayne Whittineion of Newport visited with Mrs. Myers daughter. Mrs. Evelyn Cooke who is a patlem in the Vermillion County Hospital Sunday. Miss Lois Margaret Lee returned to Indianapolis Tuesday after spending a few weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lee of south of Newport. " Mrs. Ruth Myers of Montezuma was the Monday night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adcms and family of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Jones and Mrs. Nelle M. Wait, both of Newport, attended the funeral of Miss Sarah Jane Chenoweth at Perrysville, Sunday. Leslie P. Nelson and wife of Indianapolis were called to Perrysville POISON' IVY HOW TO KIIJ IT Kill the outer skin. It peek off and with it ((rjes the ivy infection. et a little Te-ol solution at any drug store. Cleanse with soap and water. Apply full strength. It's POWEIl- Fl'L. Often one affpliration is enougb. Today at Giilis I'haniiai j. Inc. Tired Kidneys Often Cring Sleepless flights Wbrn dirwrrW oi bjiiaef hmeticn permit fMMoikorM iomut to Jc-A:n in yisr b-.vyi, it tnxf t'Jt B-"WTJr ny bar k-ici,- , r . - pa:ct, kc poum, lug of j-ep fcii wrfT, p-tzmt P hemOMSbsm sad Htijrt. I r j'-ct or e-in-y r V wiia mzaruL4 aii taa mntyww tire n K.arcii&f with yam ktonrvi ot trader. Dam' l wmit! Aik ya-r arusTt (cr Dcar" Pila. and rnc Ly r r. .-r fr-r iat ixosa vtx iAoad. (tt itoat'n 1 KrG'A, A CJCT Cd eo " iii.- ii 'I I. '" PAfSL Yri5u fJz' r ) I i " I ff'ir V ' VV I S V - A 1 mrA y fJl IVAN SVETKGFF 1201 North 7th Street PRESTO-WHITE 2 Lts. 19c Park of Newport were the Sunday j iirs. Esther Crumley, an out of town dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Omar ; member from Cayuga, acted as the McMasters of this eity. I assistant hostess. Mr. rnd Mrs. Alton Rose and j Bunco was played with prizes go-daughter. Evadna. and Mr. and Mrs. ing to Mary Adams, high: Mrs Paul Nickols spent Sunday afternoon Grace Dooley. bunco; Mrs. (Jrumley. DELICIOUS SIPS TEA j i with Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hollings- wonh. Ervin HolliDBSWorth, on of Mm. Fern Hollinesworth. spent the weekend with bis mother. Young Hollinesworth is a teacher In the Sheldon. 11!. htph school. John Keel of Indianapolis and James Craft of Montezuma spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and , ASPARAGUS Farmers Pride Green ! i II 63 ,25' II i! I! 1 II 14 Lb. Pkg. 23c 35 Pure can 23C lira. Koooe Focw and family. I Dotjlcy. Mrs. Holtsclaw. Mrs. Adams. : in? several w-vs m tne .iijyo W. O. Erwin of Pasadena. Calif.. I and the two hostesses. Mrs. Ingram j Brothers' Hospital in Minnesota. , and Miss Ida Erwin of Tangier. Ind.. jan(j Mrs. Crumley. I Pauline Hicks of TanBr is now spent Sunday with their brother, Mr. : vrjRB FWleston Entertains ' ""ployed as the telephone operator , and Mrs. Howard Erwin of Newport. ; " f I in the Newport ;.hor,e of fice. She Is Mrs. Mary Bugit of South Bend.) Queenkstner UaSS Monday i at vrPvm stayine with Mrs. Jesse Ind.. spent the weekend with her i Members of the Queen Esther j rjel'lanty. I parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cress- Sunday School Class of the Metho-, Mr. and Mrs. Cln Totinwns and mire of Newport. j dist Church of Newport held their j;r and Mrs. Ke.tli Youmans rnd Mrs. Mary Ethel Smith and Miss.'reeular monthly meetine at the family, all of Newport, spent Sun-Juanita and Euby Foreman, all of , home of Mifs Blanch Etrelenton. ; day afternoon with Mrs. Cell You-i Farmers Pride OATS 20 ptg. Farmers Prids PI AS 1 "ji 5 ond. are spending a 10 day furlough with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Koy Stewart of Newport and Mr. and Mrs. John Dunivan of Dana. Sgt. Dunivan is stationed at Hendricks Field, Seabring, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. N. Eugene Evans and small daughter. Linda Jean, of Cicero, ill. spent the weekend witn their parents, Mrs. C. E. Beebee of Newport and Mr. and Mrs. en Mc- Clellan of Eugene. Ind. Raymond Hoover of Danville, 111. Tinnie Minor of Petersburg. Kan., and Mrs. Anna Keen of Rldgefarm and daughter of Indianapolis spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hoover of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hughes of Indianapolis spent Sunday afternoon and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Arrasmith. They also visited with Miss Maude Morgan while here. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lee and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dunivan of Kingman. Ind. Mrs. Pearl Pollard and daughter, Jean, returned home with them. ufs. Oressa Ingram entertained members of the Fortnightly Bunco - ciub at her home Friday evening. travel; and Mrs. Flossie Holtsclaw, Ion Following the games of bunco, re freshments of ice cream and cake were served to the guests. Thoe present were Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart. Mrs. Mary Brooks. Mrs. Virginia Youmans, Mrs. Garnet Itfin, .Mrs. Iva Brazeal. M n. Grace you-Stewart. Mrs. mans, Mrs. Orplia Jirs. rern oiim);soriu acieu an a-sislant hostess. ' i FollovinR the repular business 1.. n n J I..- U .. r, A the- . ninir spent seeiai'iy. Sirs. V. N. bury had enarge oi me business j meetln? and -Mrs. Tempee Beebe. i the devotions, , 1 aose present were. sirs. jrtie i Holton. llrs. Grace Place. Mrs. Bee- bee. Mrs. Wilma Lewis. Mrs. J. N. I Jones, Mrs. Fern Retd, Mrs. As-! bury, and the hostesses. Miss Eg- j gleston and Mrs. Hollingsworth. Mrs. Verner Dwicgins of north of j Newport entertained at three tables of bridge at her home last Tuesday. The card tables were pretty with j bouquets of flowers as center pieoes. Following the games. Mrs. Dwigeins j served delightful refreshments. She! rzzr vroffitt or Detroit. Mich. Those present were. Mr. V. G.I Iarrett. Mn. Nelle Wait. Mrs. Dora Hare-r. Mrs. Herbert Youmans. Mrs. ! Omar MeMatera. Mrs. H-IU Hf-ir arty. Mn. Verner Van Vlit, Mrs. De-witt Corn. Mrs. V. N. Abury. Mrs. J. C. Jcmes and Mrs. Beutah Crli'P- A receirtion in honor of the mtnisrer of the Krends" Church. Rev. and Mrs. Ray Morford. will fo h-ld at the church at 7:30 p. m.. Friday. A eordral invitation was ertendd to all who wished to be prf-snt. f Everyone is askd to brine: a cover- ed dish and table service. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Collum and children of Rockville spm i-'unday. evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clair j rn.i'h and son. Bobby, of Newport, 1 Attorny and Mrs. John W. Ca- ritb-rs and Mr. and Mrs. Carl K. ( Bien of Clinton reutm1! to tb-ir j boiuft W-dnday morEina; after j visiting with tbir in North: Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Camber's sob. We. Robert w. Carithers. is stationed at Ft. Bragf, N. C. and '! Ad j Dauntleii ORANGE JUICE la 11 !! II E - ZBAKEFL0UR - L!FEBa0YS0AP2Bars15c WSSjuxts m FLAKES Newport spent the wekend with .M:? Mary West of Indianapolis. Tech. Set. and Mrs. H. K. Duni van and son, Herbert Carl the sec- INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA I VE10R FALONCY Pike & Lincoln Street DUZ Lne. Box 25-: IVORY TOSLET SOAP 2 Ue. Bar 21 C 3 Med Ear 20 SECONDING BROS. Universal, Ind. 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