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Friday, September 8, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN lflge Six FOB SALE Women War Workers URGENTLY NEEDED E. L Du Pont De Nemours & Co. Inc. Operating Wabash River Ordnance Works NEWPORT, IND. No KxjMTM'iico Kef jiiirrd Working lo Hour a Week Time and One Half Over 44) Hours MINIMUM ACE 21 YEARS MINIMUM HEIGHT 5 FT. 3 IN. MINIMUM WEIGHT 120 LBS. Apply. At WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION IT. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 2nd Floor . Star Building Terre Haute, Ind. Reunion At St Bernice Foncannon Reunion Held Sunday, 65 Attend; Local Pinochle Club Convenes The twenty-first annual Foncannon reunion was held Sunday at the home of Miss Laura Foncannon. Sixty-five relatives, many from Clinton and Paris, enjoyed the day together. Mrs. Mary Foncannon of Danville and Mrs. Margaret Mooney of Ohio came t lie greatest distance. Dr. S. I. Green was a special gust. Mrs. Laura Dunkley of Clinton, age 90 years was the eldest present. After a most enjoyable picnic dinner, contest furnished by Mrs. Robert Fonceanon of Clinton were enjoyed. Mrs. Earl Mullln was hostess for the Pinochle Club last week. There were two tables. Mrs. George Lentz of Terre Haute and Mrs. Dolph Dunkley were guests. Word has been received by friends that Pvt. Joe Burton has arrived safely in England. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Bolts and little son enjoyed a brief vacation with Mr. Boltz's parents in Blooin-fleld, Ind. Mrs. Ernest McCart of Odon, Ind. formerly of St. Bernice, called on friends here Sunday. Mrs. Theodore Hehinan has returned after a few days stay in Hume. Ill where siie had been called because of the very serious illness of her aunt, Mrs. George Wilson. The condition f Mrs. Wilson Is improved somewhat. Miss Bonnye Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Jones, Is confined to Paris Hospital . with 'a serious throat Infection. Further word regarding the condition of Pfc. Homer Jews who was wounded in France, revealed Hie fact that the serious wound in his left arm has necessitated the amputation of the arm at the shoulder. He is confined in an American hospital in England. Mrs. Gladys Rainbow Rutledge of Danville, 111. was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Ram-bow for the week end. Mustard Harvest In 25 days from seed after plant, big you ran be harvesting Tender-green, a variety of mustard whicti produces large green leaves which, like Swiss chard, can be cut from the plant without disturbing the root, to be followed immediately by another crop. There are several varieties of mustard, maturing in 30 to 0 days, which are popular for greens. They have a pungent flavor wliich is especially popular in the southern states, where greens have been a dietary standby for genera-lions. Most of the mustards will keep bearinj until frost. H Celery Tops Celery tops may be chopped fine and put into a meat or a salmon loaf to give it a piquant flavor. Some ! cooks like to laj celery leaves on ' top of a roast while it is cooking. The tops may also be cooked with the staiks 'or soup. Tops may be kept for later use by washing thenl thoroughly, then drying and putting 'Iran in a Daner sack- "PCXOl THE PICTURES CLINTON'S COOLEST SPOT tut "THE Final Tonight Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices' First day Insertion: go for each reading line (one column Une, like ...... nf lhaaa) Next two days lr-sertion: the same go charge (you get turee days i double the cost ot the first day). Next three days Insertion: the same 8c charge (you get a whole keek five days) at three times the Cost of one Insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c per line. All classified ads Including mem-orlams and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts re paid monthly or those from organisations whoBe blllB must be allowed before being paid. In th latter case the person asking th publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. FOB SALE HARD MAl'LE I'LOORING 14, 2 and 2c per lineal foot, some 2x12, 2x10, 2x8 and 2x6. IRON GOOD AS NEW 30"xl0' sheet. ONE, TOUR-HORSE HIGH I'RES- Bure steam boiler and several water tanks. LARGE TABLES 32"xl2' AND small tables; also restaurant white marble table and counters. ONE, THREE HOLE BURNER gas stove. ONE 80, 60 AND 45 GALLON LARD kettles. TWO SMALL IRON SAFES. TWO MEAT UI.OCKS. TWO WALK-IN MEAT BOXES. ONE, SEVEN HOKSE-l'OWEK Erlgidair unit. ONE, THREE HOHSE-l'OWER York unit. ONE, MOTOR DRIVEN MEAT grinder. ONE MEAT STUITEIt. SEVERAL PORCELAIN TOILETS. SEVERAL MEAT TRACKS WITH switches and roller hooks. ONE BALL-BEARING STORM BUG- gy. NEW DELIVERY WAGON. CAST SOIL 1'11'ES. ONE MOTOR DRIVEN COFFEE grinder. ONE STEAM TABLE. TWO SLICING MOTOR DRIVEN maehine. ONE CAST IRON STEAM KETTLE. ONE HEAVY LAUNDRY VAT. J. M. VIETTI Po. O. Box 266 Phone 297 t63x ONE HORSE, WAGON AND HAR-' ness; 38 pullets five months old sad two brood sows with 12 five weeks old pigs. Dan Lyday, three blocks west of l'airview school, second house on the north. t64x TWO ICE BOXES, ONE COMPLETE bed, springs and mattress, like new; two kitchen tables, chairs, six restaurant tables, nice counter. Sell very cheap. John Somrak, Blanford. t63x THIS IS PEACH WEEK. DON'T wait too long. Bring your baskets. McCraeken's Market, South Main Street. t55f G2AHAM PAGE, FOUR DOOR Sedan. Draw 1S00 miles. Good condition. Call at 460 North Ninth Street. t04 FOUR ROOM HOUSE TO BE MOV-ed from lot. Iwjuire 318 North Third Street after 6; 30 p. m. t64x TWEED COAT WITH Flit COL-lar, size 14 also plain black coat size 12 or 14. 1534 So. Fourth. USED ARMY SHOES. HELLO'S Shoe Shop, size 6 to 13 , N. 9th Street. t64x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO liltA-zll Block. Charlie it. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f COW AND CALF. FRESH IN DE centner. See Anton Giaelierio, Centenary. t6t. BRICK, any kind yon want. Clinton Auto Wrecking Part do. Ernie's. Phone S, Clinton. 8rf FOUR ROOM HOUSE, 73! NEHE-ker Street. Apply Max Rosenblatt. t63 BAHTLETT PEARS FOR EATING and canning. 250 North Ninth Street. '5x NINE ALBUMS OF SYMPHONY ItK-cordiucs. perfect condition. 4:'5 North !tu SI., Phone 302-.M. t'il.v BROWN. PRE-WAR BUGGY. GOOD condition. Elm Street. IS. ttiix poll o i:itsi: is c ii it I k T m gifts mo i'araeo's Jewelry Shop. tl'J FOB RENT MODERN FURNISHED APART-nient. Close in. 415 South Third Street. U3f Current Neivs In Perrysville Guests Noted in Local Homes Over Holiday; Cadet Nurse on Vacation Mrs. A. L. Smith left Monday for an extended visit with relatives in Indianapolis, and Hamilton and Cincinnati, O. Mrs. Flo Hughes will have charge of the library while Mrs. Smith is on her vacation. Harold Jester and family of Champaign, 111., were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jester. Mrs. Eva Jarrett while white washing her cellar, dropped white wash in her eye causing a severe burn. Little Eddie Mellinger is suffering from a bee sling on one of his eyes. Mrs. Delia Hodges and Mrs. Leah Rae Goff- were shopping in Danville Saturday. Mrs. Sam Smith of Indianapolis spent the weekend with her husbands parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith. Her husband, Pvt. Sam Smith Is somewhere in France. Mr. In Memoriam in loving memory of our Dear Sou and Brother John Gambaiani, who passed away fifteen years ago today Sept. 8, 1929. No oue knows how much we miss VOU. No ki 'knows Uioshittei liuVe suffered all ter pain we ilnce you left US. Life has sever been the same. In our heajfs your memory ' 'iinncrs sweetly,' Tender, fond and true. There is not u day Dear Son that we do not think of you gone but never forgotten, i- Mother. JJad and Sister. COLUMBIA FBIDAY and SATURDAY Admission 9c and 20c COWBOY CANTEEN With Charles Starrett Jane Frazee "Eagles of the Navy" Warner Short "Marry Go Round" Popeye Comedy SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9c and 25c UP IN ARMS With Danny Kaye Dinah Shore "Hopeful Donkey" Terrytoon KKO NEWS Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c HEY, ROOKIE With Ann Miller Joe Besser Jimmy Little Hal Mclntyre and Band PLUS MARINES FLY HIGH With Richard Dix Lucille Ball Chester Morris THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c THREE MEN III WHITE With Lionel Barrymore Van Johnson "OVER THE WALL" Warner Feature and Mrs. Russell Patton, near Danville and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sum-ners of Kingman were also Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Ella Lewis of near Covington has returned to her home after a few days visit with her niece, Mrs. John Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Rogers of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stoup of Covington were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Cook and attended the funeral of Miss Jane Chenoweth. Mrs. L. D. Crisp and children of Danville. 111., spent several days of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crisp. Mrs. Frank Aldrich of Danville transacted business here on Saturday. Mrs. Laura Smith was a dinner guest of Mrs. T. B. Jensen Sunday. Miss Delia ltosebarger spent Sunday with relatives iu Danville, ill. Mrs. Mary Chenoweth Watson left for Jacksonville Thursday to resume her teaching in the city school there. Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Jackson were callers In Cayuga last Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bodine of Covington were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Eva Jarrett.. Mrs. Charles Martin spent several days with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Karnea Martin of Covington. The W. S. C. S. will meet next Tuesday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Nellie Ramsey's group will have charge of the program. A social will follow the regular meeting. Mrs. Virgil Christenberry has returned to her home in St. Louis after an extended visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Holla Cole. , Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Jones and Mrs. William Wait of Newport attended the funeral of Miss Jane Chenoweth here on Sunday afternoon. The family of Earl Allen, after living on the H. C. Horneman farm south of here, for several years, have moved to their own farm near Greencastle, Ind. Mrs. Ruth Jenners and Mrs. A. L. Smith attended the state fair at Indianapolis on Monday. 1 Miss Louis Smith who is taking Cadet Nurses training at the St. Anthony Hospital In Terre Haute is enjoying a three weeks vacation. She will leave here Sept. 16 to be gin her senior year at the hospital. Pvt. Forrest A. Wooster and Pvt.' S. V. Morgan recently inducted into the service, iiave been transferred from Ft. Benjamin Harrison to Camp Hood, Tex., and Buckley Field, Colo., respectively. Richard D. Thomas, grandson of Mr., and Mrs. J. B. Swicher. has been transferred from Great Lakes Naval Training Center to sound school in Key West, Fla. He has also been promoted to Petty Officer third class. Sergeant Jas. Dunivan is spending a two week furlough with his father and brothers. He is stationed at Camp Rucker, Ala., and will return there, Sept. 1. Conrad E. Smith, II. M. first class concluded a 30 day furlough with his wife and parents and returned to San Francisco, Calif., Friday. He was accompanied as far as Chicago by his wife, Mrs. B. E. Smith and her sister, M rs. Forrest w oosier. The women will spend a few days with an aunt, Mrs. George Kukurich before returning home. Pvt. Edward George has concluded a two week furlough with his wife here and returned Wednesday to Camp Ellis. 111. Mrs. Mary Myers, who has been sick the past year and in the hospital for the past seven months was brought to the home of Mrs. Faye Ellis the first of Sept. Mrs. Ellis will care for her until she is fully recovered. Mrs. Jas. II. Johnson and Mrs. Dan Pearson both remain seriously ill at their homes here. Miss Martha Morgan will leave Sept. 13 to enter the Macllurray College at Jacksonville, III. Mr. and Mrs. It. Gebhink spent labor day in Westville, 111., with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Knickerbocker of Peoria, 111., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Cam Mitchell and Mrs. Minnie Spandaw. Mr. and Mrs. William Volkel had as Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bridwell and son, Davie, and Nancy Lindmark of Chicago. III., Clifford Chezum and son, Vic-kery, of Covington, Ellis Volkel and family, Mrs. Fred Myers and family of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. Dale-Gouty and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis of Gessie and Miss Martha Lawson were afternoon callers. Mrs. Robert Gerard and daughter. Shirley, have returned to Fleming, Colo., after spending a week here with her niece, Doroihy Volkel and olher relatives. Doroihy Miller and Sally Meeker of Chicago visited Carolyn Volkel recently. Mrs. Ralph Faurett accompanied her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Letts of Tipton, to Chicago and spent a few days there with Ihelr brother, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carpenter. Coral Beefs When coral flesh dies, the limy skeletons make building blocks for the colony. Cemented by the billion, the skeletons become the durable substance of reefs, islands, atolls. As the mass increases, it is shaped in part by the underwater foundation to which it clings, in part by the action of wind end wave to which it is exposed when it rises above the surface of the sea. n - Third Hinge A warped inside door may bind on the door stop and refuse to close. Add a third hinge at the center and solve this common problem nine times out of ten. ONE CIRCULATING HEATER, EX-tra good. 817 Vine St. t64x TWO CABINET RADIOS. C. A. Shoemaker, Lyford. ttilx BUSINESS SERVICES ETHYL. WE COT IT! SIRE also 5 ply tiros The Gas Market 115 North Main Street, Clinton. MOli:H.MK YOIK IM4MOM) nidi a beautiful new j.tut iiiuni minting from Kuruco's Jewelry Kliop. 17l SAVK "ITJ'X MONEY" WITH Florin sash and attic insulation J'ut In your order now. Clinton Lumber & Supply Co. Tel. 322. WHITLOCK. l'LlMUEH. 1'HONE 20U-K. t,i4j: FOR PLUMBING. HEATING. ELEO-tric wiring, and sheet metal see C. & J. Kamarata, 336 North Ninth St. Phones 20 and 153W. X7tf FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Eecappiug neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobilgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I M'A L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Trre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terra Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED I'HEE of charge by Wwlgglns and Sons, licensed dealers. Call us aa soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Peed Service, Dana, i'lione 60. t6xf Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration 8ervlce. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 103- Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. PAID NOTICES JOIN Ol It I'JIItlHTM.lS LAVA WAY Club and whet a Keepsake IMu-inoiid ring at Karaco's Jewelry Shop. 1711 Help Wanted Female GIRL FOR OFFICE WORK. MUST have experience. Write Box 270. 163 MALE HELP WANTED BOY TO WORK store. Kroger's. STEADY IN 163 BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintonian. WANTED FIVE OR SIX ROOM MODERN home. Phone 492-R. t69x WANTED TO BUY WOOD FRAME GARAGE WHICH is movable. 540 South Fourth Street. Phone 571-J. t63x WOOD FOR FIREPLACE. C. M. White, Jr. Phone 16. t64 LOST BLACK AND WHITE RAT TER- rier. Return to 312 South Main. Reward. 5 SMALL BLACK AND TAN MAN- Chester Toy dog. Weighs about S4 pounds. Reward. 72.0 Mulberry St. Phone 562. t6!ix PURSE CONTAINING DRIVERS license and other papers. Donald Huxfoi'd. Rosedale. I64x LOST OB STRAYED S.MALL BLACK AND WHITE DOG. mostly shepherd. Answers to name of "Lady". Missed from One-Half Century Club Home about niid-niglit Friday. Reward for return to 026 South -Main. 165x Card of Thankj Words cannot adequately express our gratitude to tiiose who expressed this sympathy and helpfulness during t b e recent death of our daughter Ersil ll'iry Ingram, w ho passed away Sept. 1, 1914. May tied bless you all. Mrs. Eunice Berry Leelmer and Children. Important Crop Third most important crop in the nation is hay. Phone 62 INDIANA Venezuela Means Little Verde Venezuela means little Venice, go named by the Spanish explorer, Al-1 onzo de Ojeda in 1499. . With The CompUmesrte THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for WILLIAM KOONS South Main St. Just Come Ifl And Ask For Them! Watch This Space Every Day KOlIt MAME MAI BB NEXT 9c 35c FBI. & SAT. Big Double Feature 2 BIG PICTURES Fuzzy Finds Peace And Quiet .. . Behind The Butt Of ASix-Gun! "FUZZY SETTLES DOWN" Buster Crabbe , Al (Fuzzy) St. John IMPOSTER" FEATLRE - BOB STEELE ' 9c 35c NOW SHOWING '"7 J Mrs. Mary Helt of Terre Haute accompanied by her daughter. Mrs. rtuth Dove and baby are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ilex Meyers. Mrs. Lucy Jackson and sister. Mrs. Cora Hemphill of near Rorkville were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Blake. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Oliver and little daughter of Boonville. Ind. en-ioyed a few days vacation with Mrs. Oliver's mother, Mrs. Edna Boruff. Pvt. Robert J. Harlsook returned to Camp Atterbury after spending the week end with his wife and son Terry Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Phillips visited with Mr. and Mrs. Hill Jack-man near Tangier, Ind. Sunday. Mary June Williams who Is employed in Indianapolis enjoyed the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Williams. Joyce Grounds visited a few days with her aunt. Mrs. Harvey Grounds and daughter Delores In Linton. Mrs. Herschel Doan spent several days last week in Terre Haute caring for her mother, Mrs. Mary Hess, who has been ijuite 111. Miss Emma Belle Botner and Miss Maey Janet Snodgrass came from Indianapolis for the weekend to visit their parents. Daniel Sliuey who was home from overseas on furlough has been transferred lo Camp Lee, Va. for Officer's Training m Fluid Artillery. Improve Streams On the theory that more and better fishing holes mean better trout fishing, the New Jersey fish and game commission has asked New Jersey sportsmen to join in an improvement of streams of that state through "snagging" and building small dams of rocks and logs. Approximately 3,500 such dams are said to have been constructed by game wardens in North Jersey during the past few years. Removing Glass Stopper To remove a tight glass stopper, wrap around the neck of the bottle a cloth which has been wrung out of hot water; or soak it in vinegar for a while; work it gently and it will soon loosen. lip wmjl iVorr Grade A I . e II ftHOM ihis 0 TO THIS I ru'lrv-4'onf rolled lli:4 .U'l'IM, Wit Grade A Caimlbackl 6.00-16 7.00 Only the finest materials and the best workmanship go into Firestone recaps. POLAND'S Fireslone-Texaco Service N. M;1'' Clinton, I HITLER'S WOMEN - - - Driven Like Cattle Into The Pens . Of NAZI PASSION! mi ii jjnif f 'H'M'I'JJIe'KV. It'll SECOND HOOT BiHSnw-KFU MAYNARD Eft imuiii f. lai0 IE $300 or Less Is Often the Answer to a Lot of Troublesome Problems. Why Not Talk It Over With Us Without Obligation. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY' 225 Blackman St. CLINTON,

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