The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on September 19, 1944 · Page 2
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Clinton, Indiana
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Tuesday, September 19, 1944
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Tuesday, Rojif ryjjJr W.lMl. THE DAILY CLINTON IAN Page Two Miss Betty Lou Frist of Heirs Prairie were recent guests of Mis. I Bryon Hunter Anderson spent the week end with her parent!!, Mr. and Mis. Uert Short. Mrs. Nellie Harnes spent Thurs- Butler Supplies Tight For Rest OfYeanOPA Berry Vilamins The black currant contains two or three times as much vitamin C as the orange; thestrawberry has about the same amount and the red raspberry about one-half as much us the orange. Better Stock High production is-inherited. No amount of good feed and care can make a high producer out of a chick that is born a low producer. The actual cost of rearing good and poor stock is essentially the same. Tha great difference is in the way th pullets produce.., Use Moderation Red pepper and other red pepper sauces and seasoning products must be used in moderation in cooking because they have so much pungency. daughter. Marilyn of - Slielbyvllle spent a recent . weekend: here with relatives. Mrs. Dolly Paloncy and John Myers vislled 111 Fortville recently. Max Louden returned liome after spending Hie summer In Indianapolis. Mrs. Minerva Curry of Terre Haute spent a recent weekend here Willi relatives. Mrs. Myrtle Short, Mrs. Vera Murray and Mrs. Mary Turbevllle and daughter Mildres spent u recent Tuesday in Terre Haute. Mrs. Peggy Metz and Miss Martha Anne Clark atleiided the recent Metz reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shew moved from West Fourth street to Washington street. Mrs. Gladys Dunn spent Thursday ill Terre Haute. Mrs. Louella Houser is spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. Ellen Markello. The Community Club met at (lie town hall Friday evening. After the STAG PARTY SPONSORED BY THE MOOSE MOOSE CLUB ROOM 321 12 South Main St. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20 " "public invited Fairvicw News Of Past Week Mrs. Andrews Hostess To Chureh Group; Local Community Club Meets The Willing Workers Class met at the home of Mrs. Flora Andrews on Thursday for un nil day meeting. A dinner was served at the noon hour and, devotional services were held in the afternoon. Fifteen members and two guests were present. The next will be held at the home of Mis. Addle Hunter, October 5. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Murray and family moved from the Kuiiku Line to Fairview Park. The Community Club mot at the town hall Friday evening. Following the business session, bunco was played and prizes were awarded to Miss Madge Peterson, high, Mrs. Ad Neidllnger, bunco. Mrs. May Donna, low and MrB. Sophia Davis, travel. After the games, refreshments were served and a social time was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Laura Kerr and daughter, Edna Mae Bpent Saturday in Terre Haute. Pvt. Herbet Hullett of Springfield, Mo. spent a week's furlough with bis wife and parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hallett and cher relatives. Mrs. Nyal Rolj and daughter. Bonnie of Los Angeles are spending - several weeks with her sisters and ' families. Mrs. Edith Wright and children went to Connorsville to make their ' home. Mrs. Herman Day went to Macon; Oa.-to spend two weeks with her : ausband Pvt. Herman Day. i Frank Collettl of Anderson spent :j the week end with his brother, Jliii Collettl-and family. BE AT EASE ON THE JOB . H HUSKY, ECONOMICAL (Continued norn page 11 deeidi d on whether to bu'.tst points from l'i to 2o p'r pound. Grocers are expeeled to augment Ol'A's rationing system by limiting consumers ill their purehast's of butter, t.itile improvement in Hie supply situation Is expected before the first of the year. The U'I'A has allocated one billion 52 million pounds of pork for civilian use in the fourth iiunrter compared to one billion 975 million pounds in the current quarter. However, pork will be scarce until the fall hog run begins In November. Beef Allocutions Down Fourth iiuurier beef allocations total one billion 72:1 million pounds as against one billion 7!Hi million .UH uiin. JOUds """""" i" in the present three-month I"1' WFA spokesmen said they had received no reports of a national scarcity of utility ( unrationed ) and commercial beef, but acknowledged the shurtage of choice bef because of military needs. Lamb and veal allocations have been Increased for the final quarter of 1044. ' 4. nmmmr ,, imm. VOU Al.h TVI'KS OK JOItS. PAYDAY DENIM JACKETS 1.69 Rugged enough to last a long time, und safe epough to wash as often ua necessary . . . because I hey 're sanforized shrunk. Our finest quality denim will give you lots of wear. Unlined. ISHXKET u.m:i DENIM JACKETS Cossack style sturdy denim lined with warm 2.j wool 75 fr- cotton plaid lining. Adjustable waist straps, lide-t'astener front. 7 Tasty Sherbet ' For a tasty sherbet use apricot whole fruit nectar as the liquid u I gredicnt. (ill 1 . '-,v to CliKY COVKKT LONG SLEEVE :m - 38 - 40 Mrs. Uryon Hunter, Miss Annabel Hunter spent a recent hunuay aiter- noon with Mr. and .Mis. llaiiu Frist of Ilea's l'ralrle. Mrs. Sam Ahernathy or Napoleon vislled Mr. and Mrs. Claude Aliema- . my receiiuj. Homer Ahernathy of Indianapolis spent a recent weekend with his parents, Mr. and - Mrs. Claude Ahernathy . Mr. and Mrs. F.dward Sweazey and daughter uf Indianapolis spent several (lavs with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andrews and family. Miss Hazel (iillihan of Indianapolis spent a recent weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ahernathy. Mr. and Mis. Finest Harrington, and Mrs. Everett Shores vislled Mrs. Dnllie Griffin of O liter. Mrs. John Prlckett of Chaneyviiio spent several days recently with her K'.iilli Pl'l.-L-Mlt .'Hill filtllilV. ..mi ........ . Miss llene Prlckett of Chicago vis-1 ited her brother, Keith Prickett and family recently. Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas and children spent a recent weekend in Danville. 111. with relatives. Mrs. Marian Petak and son. Larry Joe, recently visited her mother, Mrs. Iva Wootell of St. Iternlce. Ovie Pence of Indianapolis spent a recent weekend here. Harold Street of Centenary spent a recent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Aiice Street. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hawkins and family moved from Valparaiso to Fairview recently. John Reinerio returned to Crown Point after spending two weeks will) his grandmother, Mrs. Sadie Reinerio. l'aul Barton of Georgetown. III. spent a recent weekend with ll i 3 sister. Mrs. C. E. Peek. Austin Reed of California and Mrs. Austin Reed of Chicago spent a ! Austin Reed of Chicago spent a re(,eMt Monday with Mr.and Mrs Ed p,.cij. i Mrp nn$ jrs jja ppd; reeeivid I W(mi hat lh(,ir ROn s,.aIlla Donald , Peck was transferred from Newport, Rhode Island to Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Kenneth Peck o f Indianapnlls spent the weekend recently with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Peck. Mr. and Mrs. Foust Claybaugh and daughter of Clinton were re?e'it guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peck Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'Motn and daughter. Joan and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Prulhire attended tin; Mi tz reunion at Brazil recently. Mr. and Mrs. Uo.b Hope of Indianapolis spent a recent weekend witli her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weber. Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Stewart and children. Phyllis, Floyd and Kenneth of Wheatfield. spent a recent Sunday here with relatives. '-. Clayton' Hddson' and son." Mrs. Dwight Ifudsolf' Slid ehirtlin 'St Cayuga and Mrs. Dollie Griffin of Center spent a recent Sunday aft noon with Mr. and .Mrs. Ernest Har- rinpton. Mrs. Mary Helt, Mrs. Ruth Dove and daughter, Kloise of Terre Haute spent a recent weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Clark. Miss. Hazel Myers of Watseka, Til. H""m a illIU 1 - Mrs. Anna Danvy and children, Virginia, Simon and Michael of Chi-1 cago, spent several diys with Mr. and, ' i f 'm. -i 1-1 a m,.q in,ul! vr James Voto and family were Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hallett and daughter. Vera Louise. .' Bnrtlia Arndt, Kmest Harrington, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lehman of Wheatfield. I Afternoon callers were Mrs. Dorothy! Voto, Miss Virginia oto o! Anderson, ' Mrp. Thomas Henderson of Coving-, ton and Mr. and Mr. Joe Voto of: Clinton. c iU- Artie Hendiix Trunin of Kich-' niond, Virginia, Mrs. Walter Heiidrix j of Hrazil spent a recent Thursday' and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Lew j Hendrix. I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Connan spent a recent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.: Lew Heiulrix. j Rev. YV. H. Lowe of Rosedale spent a Sunday witli Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harper. Charles Recker of Indianapolis siM 1,1 s eiai naj b wiui an, uuu in. S. T. Whitlock. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Davis and i YOUR MOTHER TIT I IF t KXTHA HK. VV KXTIt V Tot PAY DAY OVERALLS 1.69 banlorized blue denim our heaviest weight und the overalls you'll find especially well adapted to the tough jobs you have to do. Full cut - thread riveted at points of strain, to keep the seams firm. Union Made. viTi:iiuia;HT MEN'S UNION SUITS 1.29 Warmth without bulk. snllK without binding, stretchy cotton knit, litflltly I'leccod. HEAVY DUTY WORK SHOES 3.79 Made with top-grade, double tanned leather uppers, and tough cord soles and heels. Ulucher type work shoes that'll give you comfort plus long endurance. Wood-year welt cciifUruction. . , , , business session, ounco was P'"1"' ., , .i, ; (., M, ! v,H mini. ., hi,,'!, Mr. A,lvi.lllnger. bun - son. high. Mrs. Ada Neiiinnger, nun Co, Dan Davis, low and Mrs. Sohpia Davis, travel. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shew moved from West Fourth street to Washing-Ion street. , Mr. and Mrsr Jack Murray and children moved from Range Line to Fairview. Otis Church of Dayton. Ohio, spent the weekend here. Mrs. Mabel Church and daughter, Velda Lee are spending several weeks willl her daughters In Los Angeles, Calif. .i r , ' , Miss Josephine Prulliii're of Gary spent the weekend with 'er parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emile Prulhiere. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. llar-lo Little of Sullivan. Mrs. Roberta Hayes, and Mrs. Alary Gutish spent Saturday In Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McWethy spent Saturday in Terre Haute. Mrs. John Prickett of Sheneyville, 111. is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Prickett and sons. Mrs. Keith Prickett and son spent Tuesday 111 Terrei Haute. Mr. and Mrs. William Louden of Chicago. 111. are spending several days with her mother, Mrs. Alice Swickard. Mrs. Mary McClelland of Los Angeles, Calif, is spending several weeks with her sister. Mrs. Al Pas-coe and other relatives. Mrs. Esther Crane of Motion spent the v.eefi'ond with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McWethy. Mr. and Mrs. Densel Wilbur and daughter, Patty of Indianapolis spent the weekend with Mrs. Ida Eller and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kwinoth Brown and sons of Center spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Margaret Blown. Nazi "Banzai" Bayonet AVharge Repelledby Yank Machine-Guns (Continued From Pa I been chosen personally ; by Adolf Hitler to tltru Mie tide of battle. German' resistance also stiffened on the remainder of the Moselle front including tjbe Siegfried Line area, willi bad weather helping the Germans considerably. Nevertheless, French and American armored units punched sonic- u-h-it deene r inland and gained some miles below Nancy. Advance troops now are li miles norineasi or e nar-mes. while Metz is being enveloped gradually. pa There's NEWS in the Ads. WHY BE FAT Get slimmer without exercise You may lose pounds and have a more sk'nik-r, grateful figure. No txcTirisitiii.iNo'axalivfS. NodruKB. With ihis AYDS plan you don t cut out any meals, siarchrs, potatoes, imats or butter, you simply cut tht-m don. Its easier when vou enjoy dilicioua (vitamin fortiiicdl AY 1)5 before meals. Absolutely harmksa. In clinical t 'ts conducted by mediral dortora, mm.- tli i'i 100 tn-mons lor 14 to 15 Ihi. mver-a lie in a few wuvlu wiU A YDS Yiuuuiii Cindy Try a larKCBizc box of AYDS.30-day supply only $2 ai.Moneybackifyoudon'lgclrcsulu.Puon Oil. 1. IS 1-HAHMACV 21 1 Honth Main .SI. Merc! COLONEL HAS HaD'VJ TAKE SIX 4 I I 1 day In Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Curly of Terre Haute spent some time recently with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harm's. Mr. and Mis. Hen McCaiiy have moved Iruin t ineago 10 r airview Park. Harold Johnston of Chicago, 111. spent the week end with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bythe and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Chureh spent the week end with Mrs. Mable chureh. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Latchey, Mrs. Robert Weston of West Virginia spent the past weeks with Mrs. Laura Kerr and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hancock of Lyford were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Whitlock. Mr. and MrB. Harry Smith spent some time in Bicknell recently. Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas and children spent the week end in Danville, 111. with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Mildrod Shores and daughters spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shores. Mrs. Madge Price and son, Roland are spending the week end with relatives in Danville, 111. Miss Norma Jean Knapp spent the weekend in Evansville with relatives. Harry Gumin, Sr. Is suending several days with bis sons, Jesse and Harry, Jr. of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Mahurin of Brazil spent several days recently with his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Jesse Mahurin and sister, Patty. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Louden and Loretta Louden spent a recent weekend with relatives at Indianapolis. liev. Harold Hotchkiss and son of Williamsport and formerly a pastor here, visited here recently. Mrs. Sybil Sperry and daughter spent a recent Sunday and Monday in Chicago. Mrs.lda Eller spent two weeks with her daughters of Indianapolis. Miss Edna Mae Kerr returned home after spending three weeks with relatives in Detroit. The Women's Social Club met at the home of Mrs. Anna Shepherd for an all day meeting Wednesday Sept. 1.1. Mrs. Mae Ralston of Montezuma spent a recent weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shew. Mildred Hinkle returned to Detroit after spending several weeks with relatives. The bunco winners in a recent meeting of the Community Club at the town hall were Mrs. Ada Neid-linger, high. Miss Madge Peterson, bunco. Mrs. Ruby Wisneski. low and .Mrs. May Donna. low. Mrs. Esther Crane has gone to Motion where she will teach school this winter. Mrs. Calvin Eller and daughter. 3usau, were recently in Terre Haute. Mrs. Harold Hotchkiss and daughter of Williamsport spent several iiU'S. herij. recently and attended the picnic. ' , "Mrs. Mable Maudlin of Evansville ! ,.l.-t. .r t..r ;it nrospnf with ,er ' grandmother. Mrs. Margaret j Brown. Mrs. Hazel Smith and sons spent t recent weekend with Mrs. Mabel "onnor and sons of Danville, III. Clarence Emery of Charlestown ent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harry h and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Lewis and J nn ,f rwrnlt a recent week- end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Harlo Little, Leroy und Charles 1-oncannon or buiman spent several days recently with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis. Mis. Mary Kmery and sons. Hilly :i n rl Knhhv returned to Charlestown after spending the past five weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Har- ry Smith. Harry Smith spent recent week-' nd in Danville. 111. with relatives. Mis. Mabel Wake and son. Kenneth spent two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wake of Lagoolee. Mr. and Mis. Frank Lewis. Mr. .tnd Mr. Mack Lewis and sou spent :l recent weekend in Still ivan with .Mr. and Mrs. Hallo Little. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Shores and daughters of T'-rre Haute were recent Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kverett Shorts and helped Itini celebrate his 7:lrd birthday. lit' received several nice gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Kennedy and family were in Terre Haute l.v. recent- I Mrs William While and daughter 'aiherine Hell of Wyandotte. Mich Mrs. Xan'-'y Baine of Ixfayetle and AUTHORITY ON DEAFNESS HERE ?;r. M. II. Mu.-rl will conduct a m. ( "rin.e for th- hard of hearine " 'ii- ci.iiMni lint!-!. Thursday. Sept. .' ) . (l ulu 1 p. in to " p. iu. y r. Miin-I has IkuI hi.eeiali. d ;;i : i: i !i ii un h.ird of htariim proh-i and takes an unth r.standiiu :n't-r, st in helping the hard of In ;ir iiiL. lie is well qualified to maki - i niiticully eorreei fittings rf bom air conduction nstrun- ills. The ii-w Ai ousticon Spi-fch-H ar-uj. T--st will b rien fn as w l' as rrr-ute !i i ;oii. iration of (he new -yiii phonie Aeinistieon he;ri!i; aid viiich is !; .-. d on I". S. Cov rnuieni ii: dines and made by America's !f':-.-1 he:u ins aid tnanufaeturer -imply eall at the hotel at time u nMn!iej ali'ue. Kveninp appoint-t or a Mt n-onst rat ion in your n lioia. i!:.! be had by phoning '!; how-i .in ab(te date. Vr D. !'. Mit7ii r. Ptate Manaeer r Ao.iiMi n will with Mr. Mo-! oi t'o clinic His l-iiiu exper- in tb:s f:"!d enal l-s him to I) el; -fill arista nee to unustiii! -s (Adv. ' ' Leather Jackets Utility Sweaters All Wool Vests esankst Lined Jackets 2.85 Mr. and Mrs. William Gross and Mrs. Donald Roberts and daughter Oeraldine were Sunday guests of Mrs. Norman Martin and children. Mr. and Mrs. Medley attended the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Iva Hib- bett of Livingston, 111. on Thursday Mrs. Alice Swickard spent the week end In Marshall, 111. and at tended the funeral of Mrs. Iva Hib-bett of LInvingston on Thursday. Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Godwin spent Thursday in Coatesville and attended a funeral. Mrs. Marie Harper spent Thursday in Terre Haute. Mrs. Luther Higgilibotham spent the week end with relatives in Terre Haute. Jack Whlppo of Lyford. C. M. Whippo of Tennessee, Mr. and Mrs. Charles t'llnes and daughter, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Cline and son. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Short of Terre Haute spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Short. Mrs. Lizzie Kitchen and nuns ! Or. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPKACTOK X-Ba5 235t Blacking. MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line C For Service Drop l A curA L W.Walsh Monument Co. 21 14 Uul.asli Am-. Terre Haute. Indiana PUBLIC SALE USED LI MBER 7 koom not si-: ix MIIJTAKV HKSKIU ATION Saturday, Sept. 23, 1944 CoiUiiu'iu inii Al 1 J M. Dana, Iml., Kust A S(. .Will Kml. Friuue, oak ami poplar, siiliu. floor, clHrs. windows, hitnluiirt. latli, firepan' limine cupboards, slieathiim. oplar board, one ll. inch thick. ', Ituiii -in and line wide, one IfYouHadMYJOS KEEPING HOUSE, helping take care of the family sua would realize that business girls re not the only ones who sometime get Headache and .ucd Aching Muscles. We home g.rl. often work just as hard and have just as many Headaches just as many Stomach Upsets and get just aa Tired. About s year ago, I first used ALKA-SELTZER Aching Muscles and brings relief when I have Acid The family avs I easier to live with , since I have known about Alka-Seltier. Have vou tr'ed AI.KA-SELT-7FK If not. whv flont you get I pk toc!,.y?- Larce package So. Small So'. also by the gloss at S-ia Fountains. Part VodI Socks 25c Plastic Lunch Boxes 08c Plaid Flannel Shirts 1.55 Bandanas 11c & 19c Winter Caps 79c to 1.14 teas Work Gloves 2-35c Corduroy Pants 2.98 ALL WOOL Cossack Jackets 4.98 Wiq Shirts I. 5 ;AEI Purpose Shirts ! j AH. MY CLOTH Shirts and Pants 1.98 2.29 ' TO 3 WAIST. I 'A NT MZL'S. REPORT TO FORT HOLMES TELEQRAMIJ WOULDN'T kT BE c5AJONDERFUL IF the lieutenant SAID IT MIGHT V1EEKS TO GET "YOU JOMES - r mi .i ill. i vuiiw FOR i.k , ..,,ai Dnroccr iTc A I I- mcrKjft IT I I Ml fiPTMV DISCHARGE A ME OUT MISS CaETW DISCHARGE I THIS 5AI0 I COULq hrr NEXT VnEEK ? TODAY! ) STi l FINAMCIAL REVERSES-lTO QOOD THING SHE HA5 YoO j- I I m-mmmv - - . jf " . - . . I i i i - n !TO SUPPORT TOILER f ,4Z :jf -m. rA fSTEADY 6AL! WHILE I STAMD IN THE 11 'ON.0N.TAA4NTULA! f BRAVE. STOUT-HE ARTE D STEED! ) . . l J 1 - ? J SADDLE -WE MOST f. KEEP 66LINDA ) OTWOUGH THEIR JiWB GAIN ON THEM ! . ..- A - .V " J AND HER COPPEg-jy HUED CAPTQgS . -J' j ARROWS BUZZ .- A'-i Ml HAIR- -nVxl ' pX BEES!U" - BREADTH V V m HARRY ; -.mlf V

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