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Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, September 7, 1944
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THE DAILY . CLINTONIAN V Page Ffvfl Thursday, September 7, 1944. ' i i in ii mm ! brought up to the battle line. All) Dt ucctora some fast and some slow. On the channel coast, un Allied column moved into the city of Gravelines, while a reasonably I Front -dispatches made clear the Nazis had profited by this enforced delay. The best troops at Hitler's disposal were flung Into line along Allies Mass For Frontal Attack On West Wall the German frontier and resistance stiffened appreciably. DNB military commentator Capt Tempus Fugit Members To Honor Pfc. Fisher Here Mrs. Earlywine Announces Marriage of Daughter burn and Ilunnls, Cayjuga, first? Hurley liootli, Georgetown, III., sec ond; Phil Adamson, Dana, Ind., third and Thomas Brothers, Center Point, Ind., fourth. Second division winners: Harold Redenbacker, Brazil, route four. firU; Phil Adamson, Lena, 111., second; George Hennis, Cayuga, third and Harley Booth, Georgtown, 111., fourth. The coon dogs owned by Dan Drake, Clinton, were named winners in the coon dog field trials. N Read Our Up-to-Date Sport Newi Thursflay Jolly Eight Club, Mrs. David Jenkins 6 p. m. Bring own table service. Pocahontas Lodge, 7:30 p. m. Pot-luck supper. Acme Club, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. D. O. Hiatt, South Fifth street. Center Home Ec Club will meet Thursday, September 7 at the home of Mrs. Albert Sturm, 2 p. m. Ladies Auxiliary o( the One-Half Ludwig Sertorious reported that the U. S. Third Army had launched a large-scale attack from the Moselle Mrs. Mereno Terando was hostess to me Tempus Kugit members at the meeting held at her home on Pike strong bridgehead was established a-cross the Lys river at St. Omer. Troops of the American First Army scored continued progress in Belgium, reaching Jodofgne on the Louvain-Namur road, an advance of 28 miles from Charleroi. Further south some elements which crossed the Meuse river reached the vicinity of T'nliay on the Semoy river, nine miles northeast of Charlevllle, while other advance Yoncq, 10 miles southeast of Sedan. Mrs. Christina Earlywtne of 325 North Water street announces the marriage of her daughter, Betty June, to Aviation Machinist Mate 2c Donald W. Naughgle of Mecca, (Continued I-rum Pwre 1 1 street Wednesday evening. crossings. ltcHrt VS4 Ilririgchcaris most heavily defended sectors of Devotions were given by Mrs. C Sprtorious also said the reinforc W. Huxford, Jr. A condensation of ed Americans along the Meuse have the Siegfried Line, but the Gap nevertheless would appear to be a logical place for a mass invasion of- the book, "Leave Her To Heaven attacked on a wide front between Ind. The ceremony took place In Seattle, Wash., Friday, August 25 at 6 p. m. Their attendants were Miss Anita Francis and M. V. Mullen, by Ben A. Williams was given by Mrs. Dow Mitchell. Mrs. Lawrence Namur and Sedan "and have set up the Reich If Patch and Lieut. Gen several bridgeheads" despite Nazi counter-blows. ueorge s. ration, jr., decide upon an audacious frontal assault as ap Century Club, club rooms, 7:30 p. m. American Legion Auxllary, Legion Home, 8 p. m. Friday Rebekah's birthday party at hall, Dempster gave a report on the Read ers Digest. noil call was held and each mem close friends of the young couple. "The extreme right wing of the pears to be on the program. The bride was attired in a cherry Allied front which is formed by the ber gave a minute topic. Plans were red street length dress with black East of Belfort lies the town of Dammerkirch, a key link on the Huge Crowd At Half Century's Labor Day Fele Nearly 4,000 people attended the made for a party to be held at the PERMANENTS Specialized Hair Styling ADAMSOX'S ItKAl'TOItH'M 355 V, South Main St. Phone 502 7:30 p. m. for those having birth accessories. Her corsage was of red rosebuds and babys breath. day In January, February, March and April. Seventh United States Army Is shaping a strategic encirclement along the Swiss frontier in the valley of the Douds toward Belfort and the Belfort Ga," headded. home of Mrs. Fred Antoninl, Wednesday evening In honor of her sister, Pfc. Laverne Fisher. Pfc. Fisher, Miss Mullen wore baby blue with DEB Club, Z p. m. with Mrs. Lou black accessories and her corsage was white rosebuds. gala Labor Day celebration held at a former members, enlisted in the ise Conners, South Third street. roadways to the heart of Hltlerland. and this may prove to be the first main target of Allied attack. Patton Injects ForccA Gen. Patton carried out a thoroughgoing Inspection of American forces massed In great astrength a-long the Moselle river opposite Metz the Half-Century Clubs Lake Mc Allied forces have plunged into WACs some time ago and is now The bride attended the Clinton Current Event and Art Club, one Donald last Monday with a full nncy, the headquarters of Gen. stationed at Lynnbrook, N. Y. schools, but was graduated from Cay-i day's entertainment planned. o'clock at the home of Mrs. Frances Lowder on road 41. Everything fur uga High School. She had been em Dwight D. Eisenhower announced, but the city is not yet fully Following the business meeting, the members were dismissed with a American Beauty Shop I Vera Mae Black, 312 S. .Main Phone (19 X ployed in defense work until the The feature of the afternoon was horse-pulling contest with prizes and to the south. Except for the re time of her marriage. The groom, a With all signs pointing to an im ported Junction, military develop nished. Sunday Clinton Township Farm Bureau and Centenary Home Economics short prayer led by the vice-president, Mrs. Huxford. Members attending were Mrs. SH-ciiilin'I Hair Styling Permanent Wave --- resident of Mecca, graduated from the High School there and then awarded to winners in two classes, up to 2,800 pounds and up to 3,200 pounds. First division winners were He- minent full-scale frontal assault a-gainst the Siegfried Line, headquar ments in thla sector apparently remained at a standstill while supplies which had lagged behind were Dow Mitchell, Mrs. Waneta East joined the armed services. Phone For An AtH,intinent Club, joint meeting at the home of ters reported steady advances in all wood, Mrs. Harold Kendall, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Naughgle are at pre Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wright, west of Lawrence Dempster, Mrs. Pete Scag- sent living In Anacortes, Wash. where the groom is stationed. town. Basket supper to be served at 6 p. m. Heber Annual Reunion Held On Sunday in Jonestown MSgt. Staats Returns After Overseas Duty YES! IT'S LOUISE'S FOR The thirty-ninth annual Heber re MSgt. Harry Gilbert Staats ar union was held Sunday at the American Legion home in Jonestown. A rived in Miami, Fla. August 19 from overseas. He spent fourteen days delicious basket dinner was served at the noon hour. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Staats and left Monday for Chica During the business meeting, Hor go, where he will spend several days. then on to Denver, Colo, to visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Hobeika ace Little was elected president for the ensuing year and Mrs. Blanche Saxton, secretary-treasurer. It was also voted to hold the reunion at; the same place next year. glarl, Mrs. C. W. Huxford, Jr., Mrs. Fred Antoninl. Mrs. Harold Clark, Mrs. Claude Wegner, and Miss Margaret Blower. Mrs. Huxford assisted Mrs. Terando. SOLDIER HONORED ON LEAVE Pvt. James J. Lucas, Jr. was the honor guest at a dinner given at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Lucas, Sr. recently. Pvt. Lucas, Jr. was home on a few days leave after being stationed at Camp Wheeler, Ga. for the past four and one-half months. He will report to Camp Meade, Md. for further duty. Mrs. James Lucas, Sr., daughter, Marie, and granddaughter, Martha Marie, have Teturned to their home after spending the past several days visiting Mrs. Lucas' brother, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kardell of Springfield. 111. Enroute home they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Man-dich of Gary, Ind. and twin daughters, Alice Katherine and Marguerite. They will accompa Relatives and friends attending ny him to Las Vegas, N. Mex. where he will report for further orders were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Botner and son, Lester, Mr. and Mrs. Heber Sept. 17. Sgt. Staats hag been stationed in I Haun and sons, Billy and Bobby, India for the past 27 months with Mrs. Ivan Mitchell and daughter. Mary, Miss Mary Heher. Mrs. Eliza the Air-Transport Command and Is I employed as an engineering clerk of beth Haan, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Wright and children, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Little and daughters, Patty and Edith. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mllligan and children, Mr. and Mrs. the India China Wing. He flew all the way from Gornot, India making 17 stops between his station and Miami requiring 23 days for the Ray Heber. Mrs. Roy Sturm and trip. Birthday Party Given Labor son, Ronnie, Mr. and Mrs. wane-field Kirkman, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Black, Mrs. Blanche Saxton i Tin v At Minett Residence I and daughter, Joan and Carl Willis Myers. Notice! The Clintonfan Wants Your News. Please Call Miss To Report Social News. Phone 82 or S3. Staats Honor Son Sunday No Doubt About It, Ladies LOUISE S Has The Coats. Select From Chester-fields," Box Coats, Wrap Around Sport Coats, Reefers, Fitted Coats, Boy Coats and Semi-Fitted Coats. Coats Of All Wool Warm, Durable, Stylish, By Such Famous Makers As DONNYBROOK, FERNBROOKE, YORK MODES, CRAFTSHIRE and SC. We Are Sure The Quality, Style and Prices Of Our Coats Will Please You. SEE OUR TREMENDOUS SELECTION TODAY, WE INVITE YOU TO USE OUR LAY-A WAY PLAN! COATS FOR BABY . . . SISTER . . . MOTHER $095 1(T 1695 19" f25M HT quay At Home On South Fourth Shirley J. Mlnett-celebrated her eighth birthday anniversary at a party given Labor Day at the home of her parents on Tenth street. The party was given by her sister, Thom-aslne Minett, who was assisted by Martha Jennings. Games were played with prizes being won by Jimmie Wallace, Ruth Mr. and Mrs. William Filchak and I ROBERTA'S 1 BEAUTY SHOP Ann Hunter, Marna Costello and Donna Ruatto. Other guests present were Annette 137 North 7th St. B PHONE 184-W I GUARANTEED I PERMANENTS z children have returned to their home in Chicago after spending the week end with his mother, MrB. Mary Filchak and her sister, Mrs. Paul Staats. Open house was held Sunday at the Staats home honoring MSgt. Harry Gilbert Staats who recently returned from overseas duty on a 21 day furlough. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. William Filchak and children, and Gay Ruatto, Tony Costello, Phyllis Roth, Gwynne Kay Cinotto, Sondra Wallace, Tommy Jennings ' and Betty Dooley. j .95 Jjl.85: $7f .24 "mm "BtyLe 95 '49',,5:; ?71' $35 $39 Cake and Ice cream were served and Shirley Joyce received several I PRIST Millie. Terry, Sally, Joan and Guy nice gifts. Candy suckers were given for favors. and Miss Shirley Bertinshaw of Chi IT $29.95 You'll Like Their Style! 1007 Virgin Wool FAMOUS DONNYCUNA By Donnybrook cago, Norma Lee Konopka, Charles Gunnoe, Johnny Graham, James Waddell and Louis Getche. 1 M a i r Home Home Birthday Party Plans Made At Pythian Sisters Meet Plans were discussed at the recent meeting of the Pythian Sisters for Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dove had as their guest Saturday night and Sunday their son. MSgt. Robert C. Dove of Wright Field. Dayton, O. a birthday party to be held Tuesday, Sept. 12. Hostesses for the party will be Mrs. Vera Robertson, Mrs. Jeane MSgt. Dove was with the AAF in Panama 35 months before being as Scullion, Mrs. Margaret Eaton and Mrs. Amanda McBraln. j TEEN-ACE CHESTERFIELDS i Beautiful. $16.95 HERRINGBONE TWEEDS 100 sw!ls $19.95 COATS In Larger Size. 38 to 52 $19.95 tO $35.00 INFANT'S COATS Cute Litt,e Number. AH Quality $8.95 UP SNO-SUITS . . . LEGGING SETS . . . ESETk LITTLE ONE WAKM Yes! We Have Very Large Selections! Those serving on the entertainment committee are Mrs. Cora Ruby, Mrs. Scullion, and Mrs. Gertrude DAY V OA ii niGHT signed to Wright Field. Mr. and Mrs. John Simms and son, Davy of Southport, Ind. returned to their home Sunday evening after spending the past few days with Mrs. Simms' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dove of South Fourth street. Normalee Konopka has returned from Chicago after spending a week with her mother. Mrs. Henry Cross Jones. TO HOLD JOINT MEETINO Members of the Clinton Township Farm Bureau and the Centenary Home Economics will bold their an nual joint meeting Sunday, September 10 at 6 p. m. at the home of and brother, Richard Ashton Konop i ka. Let Us Help Yod With The Little Ones PROBLEMS !, . SWEATERS Hundreds To Choose From Every Color In the Rainbow! NEW! FALL DRESSES GALORE Gorgeous Figure Flattering Numbers In Wool And Crepes A Style For Every Teen-Ager And Grownups. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wright, five miles west of town. Everyone attending is asked to bring a well filled basket, card table and luncheon cloth. m m Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lowderman and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Finger and daughter. Linda Lu of Blanford were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lowderman and daughter. Frieda of Clinton, route three. Mrs. Robert Wilson, Winston. Wyo. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James N'iBbet of South Eighth street. Cecil Beard of Sandytown has returned home from Indianapolis where he has been visiting relatives. FAMOUS BRAND NAMES Carole King Joan Miller Nelly Don IrmaHill Claire Tiffany Jo-Dee Dotty Darlin , Jerri J June Bentley f Others ' All Nationally Known Makes 6.95 7.95 8.95 10.95 12.95 14.95 2250 24.95 1 ir I W flotU . . rich with pineapple! Golda Mae Huey. Cayuga, was admitted to the county hospital Thurs 100 VIRGIN WOOLS By Regina, Ritmor, Supreme Join Our Fast Growing SWEATER CLUB Easy Way To Get Free Sweaters 2 WM SJ-ttU " g.OO g.50 J.50 day as a tonsillectomy case. Mm Riibv Eaean. 427 South Fourth street, was admitted to the 0 lil.OI'SES 9 SKIRTS 0 M'Ml'KKH 0 SWKATKKS BONNETS 9 .1EUKINS 0 DHKKSES Louise's Always A Little Ahead With The Latest county hospital Wednesday as a surgical case. HANDBAGS f) BEANIES 0 JOUPHrliS o , Mrs. Lillie Stark. St. Bernice ana ninMnn Ugrriwin Rnrkvitle. were dismissed from the county hospital GOLDEN HAWAIIAN NNUPPIE gives this sherbet its fine fruit flavor. And here's anaaOmat, too. that's might; close to ice cream texture. It comes from experience . . . and working to Sealtest quality standard. There's a lot of difference, as yon will see when you taste Sealtest Sherbets. Wednesday. Mro Kveivn Cooke of near Dana. daughter of Mrs. Clara A. Myers of Newport, returned to the Vermillion County Hospital a week ago Monday and is reported to be Improving slowly. sssss1 THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR STYLE AND QUALITY GET BOTH AT CLINTON, ID. PARIS, ILL. Our BABY DEPARTMENT Is Always Stocked To The Brim Bibs, Soakers, Buntings, Shoes, Sacques, Sweaters, Diapers, Dresses, Pajamas, Gowns, Kimonas, Blankets, High Chair Pads, Vests, Bottles, Nipples, Gertrudes, Stuffed Toys, Carriage Pads, Hoods. Visit This Busy Dept. Today KRAFT CHEESE COMPANY, HUNTINGTON, INDIANA (FOKMFKir CtOVfRtfF CREAMERIES, INC.) DONT M19S JOAN DAVIS IN THE SEALTEST VILLAGE STORE PROGRAM TUUKSDAYS, :30 P.M.. 'LW m Greeks Had Ward Like almost everything else we know today, the Greeks had word for It their word was "Plastikoi," meaning "fit for molding."

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