The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on September 20, 1944 · Page 3
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Wednesday, September 20, 1944
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Wednesday, September 20, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Three 13, Kills 13 Nazis cles for postwar public works planning. a R4 Throw Vtur Scrap Into tb Fight! H Clinton Social Notes Wakofe Club Holds Steak Fry Monday At Costello Home local Wakofe Club K.lerts Committee Memlient For Congrcss Seals Postwar Bills, To Recess 7 Weeks (Continued nom pate 11 Wednesday Old Glory Club 8 p. m. In hall. Last regular meeting of year. Make plans for meeting next Wednesday. Mother's Leisure Club. Mrs. H. B. Universal Soldier Honored At Recent Dinner Party ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 1:17 .North Till St. I'HOVU 18-l-W niTARANTKED PERM ANENTS Sr.r C Pvt. Gilbert Thomas, of Univer Si lr sal, who Is home on furlough from Miller, Elm Street, 7:30 p. at. Red Cross Surgical Dressing 7-9:30 p. m. Pythian Circle, Mrs. Vera Robert Camp Fannla, Texas, was the honor As finally approved, the (jeorge lllll Is minus two Important features son, Illackman Street, 7:30 p. m. Y i on which I he two Houses were dead Trl Kappa Associate Chapter, 8 locked until the Senate gave In. Senate conferees expressed the p. m., Mrs. Ann Davis, Hua Elm Btrett. hope that new legislation would he Psi Camma Chapter Discuss Plans For Formal Initiafion Co-IiosU'mm Aw (linsfii For Formal Initiation Kfitruilirr an. (1oiuniItt4HH Ar Nuinrri For Nowmlii-r ItuimjuiKit Kaln. Mr. npttln I'lprrp and .Mrs. Catherine Maurice wore chosen at co-lios-tesses for the formal initiation at the buRlnpns mppilng of the Pal Gamma Chaptpr of Kappa Dplta Phi hPld recently In the baspmi-nt of the Clinton Hotel. Reptember 29 has been chosen for the formal Initiation date. MIbbps Kay nierblauer and Alice guest at a dinner recently. Uueats were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cord and Anna Sheward of Callln, .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thomas and children, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hohlnson anil Bon, nil of Riley, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thomas and children of Itosedale, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Thomas and son of Montezuma, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ellington and children of Weat Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Thuraflav American Legion Auxiliary Le Introduced later covering the two Senale provisions left out, namely liuomlng Year. Mrs. Hrott And Mrs. Kliew Oct. HofttesNC Members of the Wakofe Club en-Joyed a steak fry Monday evening on the lawn of Mrs. Maiiha Costello. Miss T:i I in I Lahtl and Mrs. Lillian Ashley assisted. During the business meeting the following members were chosen on the committee for the incoming year: Finance. Mrs. E. Scott, Miss Hazel Laughlln, Mrs. Nellie Shew and Miss Irma Pesavenio; social service, Mrs. Henry Paloncy, Miss Kathleen Taylor and Mrs. Nick Ka-ranovlch. Members attending were Mrs. M. gion Home, 8 p. m. unemployment comppnaalion for UPSET STOMACHS YIELD INCHES OF GAS AND BLOAT "I was so full of Ran I was afraid I'd burst. Hour, bitter substance rose up In my throat from my upset stomach after meals. I got Kltlt-II KM', and it worked Indies of km some two million federal pmployes The Ladles Auxiliary of the Half and transportation travel allowances Century Club will meet in the club room at 7:30 p. m. for stranded war workers. Phllathea Class of the Daptlst The (Jeorge bill contains the following provisions: 1. Extends until June 3d, 1947 the Jim Thomas of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thomas and children of Cory, Mrs. George Richardson and children, Mrs. Laura Thomas and Church, Mrs, Clarke Shirley, 822 Elm St. Pot luck supper, 0:30 p. m. Bring covered dlah and table serv m. ice. Election of Officers. Costello, Mrs. Lou I bp Costello, Mrs. children, Mra. Raymond Doan and children. Mrs. Christopher Thomas Drake preaented plana for the Intel Circle 2, WSf'S Mrs. O. Roy Mary Ann Davis, Miss Lahtl, Mrs Stultz, 2 p. m. Mrs. Clifford Jordan and Mrs. J. A'lullla Wright, and children, George Thomas, Wanda and Beverly Thomas and Virgin Kathryn Laitoche, Miss Claire Alice McDonald, Mrs. Paloncy, Mrs. Kay lectual and Cultural Development Program for the year. Containers for the Jo E. Itrown Project are Pesavento, Mrs. Jo Pesavenio. Mrs. E. Scott, Miss Taylor, Mrs. Lillian Office of War Mobilization. Itedeslg-1 nnted the Office of War Mobilization ; and Reconversion, the new agency Is entrusted with the aKk of coordinating war demobilization activities. ! 2. 1'ermlls states to borrow from the federal government to maintain the solvency of their unemployment compensation funds. 3. Continues the reemployment j and retraining administration established by the President. j 4. Advanced loans to public agen- Ladles of tho Presbyterian Missionary Society will meet In the nnil Mont from me. Waistline Is way down now. Meals are a pleasure, I praise Krli-llelp l Hie "ky." Tills is an annul testimonial from a man living right here In ( Union. Kltll-HKM Is the new formula roninliiinic medicinal Juices from 12 (ireat Herb; these herbs cleanse, bowels, clear gits from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering Get Krh-llelp. White's (Itexali) l'har. niacy. church at 1:00 o'clock for covered ia Alklre, all of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Thomas and children, and Mrs. Warren Wheeler and daughter of Universal. After dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kdington and children and Mrs. Andrew Thomas, dish luncheon. The Catholic Woman's Out) will meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday. The hostesses for the social program are to be turned over to Minn Alice Drake. Mrs. Pierce, Finance Chairman, named the following committee for the November Rummage Bale: Mrs. Clio King, MIbspb Harbara Carrera, Violette Who, Tegwilh Hlse, Alda Marietta and Mary Catherine Full-man. Misses Camllle Smith, Lois Halaey and Mrs. Charlotte Heed wpre named on the Christmas Card Committee. The pledge project Is postponed Mrs. Ora Curtis, MrB. Fred Rohner, Ashley, Mrs. Elizabeth Gllfoy. Miss H, Laughlln and Mrs. Shew, and one guest, Mrs. Angcllno Bardon. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. E. Scott and Mrs. Nellie Shew on October 2. m m m Double Soviet Drive Roars Mrs. Mary Collch, Mrs. Rusaell Wil Social Sisters Meet For All Day Session Fifteen members of th Social son, Mrs. Josephine Dicks, All Cath is ollc women invited. Slatprs Club met Wednesday with Helt's Prairie Home Ec. Mrs. Har Mrs. Adam Osmon of near Itockvillo ry Frist, 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Forrest lor an all day meeting. Guests were Mrs. Lucille Sherman and daughter MASCOT of an F. F. I. group In Carpentras, France, 13-year-old Joseph Parrachine, above, killed 13 Germans and wounded soveral others. Ho has been in battle against a Nazi tank armed only with a machine gun and hand grenade. (International) of Judson. Mrs. Allle Foncannon of On in Baltics DON'T LET WINTER CATCH YOU "OFF-GUARD" HAVE THOSE SUITS, TOPCOATS, SWEATERS AND WOOLEN GARMENTS IN SHAPE FOR WINTER WEAR HAVE THEM DRY CLEAN- Mack, assistant hostess. Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1 p. m.-4 p. m. Red Cross Knitting 1 p. m.-4 p. m. Friday Outing Club. 7 P. m. Mrs. Ray Goodman, 1027 South Main street. Clinton, MrB. Jackson James and son, Jackie of Tennessee Valley and Mrs, Jump Houchln. from Wednesday, Snpt. 20 to Wednesday, Sept. 27. Tho Hoard of Directors Is to work on the additions to the by-laws. Miss Joan Costa has been named chairman of the plcturo committee for the next meeting. Mrs. Laura Wolfe and Mrs. Fanny Khlnehart visited relatives In Decatur and Springfield, III. over (Continued From Page 2) A delicious covered dish dinner was served at one long table at the noon hour. ED NOW AT Stalin as the key railroad junction In the northeastern Baltic stales. Af JL'abd-V. After the business meeting, bun ter seizing Valga, RuBnlan fighters Universal Boy Marries In Detroit September 16 Mrs. James Simm of Universal an plunged forward on the heels of re Smokeless Powder One of the most important uses for pulpwood is for the manufacture of smokeless powder. One cord will make 90,000 rounds for a Gar-and rifle, 420 rounds for 105 mm. shells or 24 rounds for 10-inch naval shells. A cord will also make 4,200 weatherproof packages for shipping blood plasma, 300 "v" boxes used for shipping food to servicemen overseas or 1,800 shell co was played at three tables with prizes awarded to Mrs. George Miller, high, Mrs. Ward Porter, bunco, and Mrs. Jerry Jones, low. The next meeting will be with nounces the marriage of her son, ttnstead's, a little iTTe"' Phone 129 220 Elm St. Clifford A. Phillips to Miss Alfia C Manni of Detroit. treating Nazis to force a crossing of the river Guaja and occupy several towns on the far bank. Fast of Riga and rail Junction of Plavinas fell to Kovlet troops. Capture of Plavinas brought nine The marriage took place at the Mrs. Ward Porter on Oct. 11 at 1:30 p. m. St. Lawrence Rectory at 11:30 PER MANE NTS At Prices To Fit All Purses ADAMKO.VH Ht'ACTOHIUM 355 'i South Main St. Phone 502 m. Sept. 10 with Father Mulkowakl reading the vows. Miss Viola Mann! was maid of military store dumps and 120 railroad cars into Russian hands. HovietM Hurst lfefiriu Closest approach to the Latvian Modern Matrons Enjoy Recent Afternoon Meet MrB. Raymond Heber, Jr. entertained the Modern Matrons Thurs honor and Mark Markarlan of De troit was best man. capital was made In the first Bal The bride wore a brown suit with tic army offensive from southeast Have a Coca-Cola Soldier, refresh yourself accessories to match and a blue hat of the city. Following intensive aer She carried a corsage of red rose ial and artillery preparation, Bovlet buds. Both are employed at the Ford day afternoon. Mrs. Raymond Wey-hrauch of St. Hernlce, Mrs. Ray Wright and Mrs, Kay Heber were guests. After the business meeting, contests were enjoyed with prizes a-warded to Mrs. James Murray, high. units burst through a strong Ger man defense belt along the Llelupe Motor Company. They will make and Menele rivers to capture the their home with the bride's parents. , DREAMLAND AI XILI WtV . town of Baukse, , On the heels of this blow, Rus sian forces swarmed across the Me Bunco was played following the picnic at Sportland Park last night nele river and. reached the far bank Mrs. l-.rneat Myers, low, Mrs, Katon Myers, high and Mrs. Roy Sturm, low. Refreshments of sandwiches, pickles, fruit salad, cookies and Iced tea were served by the hosteas. The next meeting will be an all of tile Liclupe, plunged through a deep sector of staggered (lerman de fensive positions and severed the Kurstplls-Jelgava railroad in many places. ft A V - day meeting with Mrs. Kenneth by the Dreamland Pleasure Club Auxiliary. . Winners were Mrs. Mary Libel, high, Mrs. Lena Mehoke, low, Mrs. Dena Comba, bunco and Mrs. Winnie Taylor, travel. Twelve members were present. The next meeting will be in two weeks at the hall. ar.lw KukIi llemforrctnentN Drown on Oct. 12 with a covered dish dinner. Htrong (Jerman resistance devel oped around the town of lecava, on the rail line and some 13 miles from Riga. Heavy Nazi reinforce ments Including a fresh tank division and Infantry units were rushed to the scene. A Russian pincers NEtSON h EDDY movement wiped out the German garrison at lecava. FOHT.NKJIITLV MFKTH Miss Mabel Clearwaters reviewed the hook, "American Cannon" by D. L. Marsh at the meeting of the Fortnightly Club at the home of Miss Zoe Kharp last night. There was a good attendance and refreshments were served. Mrs. Roy Htrauss will be the next ...or a way to relax in camp Mrs. Dollie Russell, Hillsdale was Driving ahead through swampy. admitted to the Vermillion County wooded terrain. Red army forces Hospital as a surgical case. Mrs. Hazel Cox, route one, Clin plunged to within 14 kilomelors of Riga by seizing Kekava, WITH ROBERT ARMBRUSTER'S Official Russian announcements hostess In two weeks at her home ton, was admitted to the county hospital Tuesday as a medical case. revealed that extremely heavy los on the Clinton Terre Haute road. ORCHESTRA To soldier jo camp, from the Gulf Coast to (he north woods, Coca-Cola i a reminder of what they left behind. On "Company Street" on Main Street, Coca-Cola standi for the pause thai refreshes. Ice-cold Coca-Cola in your icebox at home is a symbol of s friendly way of living. j SOTTIXD VUOtt AUTHORITY Of THE COCA-COLA COMFAMY BY TEIIUE IIALTB COCA-COLA JJOTTUNG COM .'ANY Mrs. Ruby Kagan of South Fourth First Lieutenant Cathryn Heal. street was dismissed from the Vermillion County ilospital Tuesday. natural fut popuLr nsmef to .m'Jire fncnjly .litffcvia- ses of men and equipment were suffered by German forces during this fighting, with Incomplete data revealing that the Nazis lost as high as 3,1(00 men In one day. Over inn cannon, 110 motars, and f00 mu-chine guns were captured. j :iun. Tint's why y"U licaf air evacuation nurse, has arrived from Sew Guinea on a it day leave. She will visit her brother, K'rnest & I C1UJ "Cole". .Real and Mrs. Heal of North Ninth .O 1944 Th C-C Co.. streeL mm 9:30 P.M. Oet In ttw Hcraal 1 (Crtrol War Vmt) Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Morgan are wr For best listening in this area. iOTlf y011'11 -? to ry American Beauty Shop the parents of a daughter born Wednesday morning at the Vermillion County Hospital. The Infant weigh ed nine pounds and two ounces and vera Mae llluek HUH. Main llmoe 0 K,t lallwd Hair HI) ling Permanent Wares Phone For An Appointment has not been named. Mr. and Mrs. Olenn C. Rose, Rock- Mile, route two, are the parents of daughter born at the county hos mwmi pital this morning. The Infant weighed eight pounds and fourteen tune in one of the stations 'listed belowt W F 8 M In3ionopolit WEBM Chicago WHAS louisvilh WCKY Cincinnati WE OA Bvantvilh tVLBC AW. I f$8T South ItnS WKMO Kokomo " Brought to you by ' PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF INDIANA, INC. f Mr WWaV att t 9 JO (C.Vt.r) ounces and has keen named Lynda Hue. J J Yf LOOK ! WU k J'CZS wJ MODESS HAS A 1 J jTiff tfti WONDERFUL NEW ) tookl New Money -Saver Box of 30 saves money and shopping. Mode ts tofter ! 3 out of 4 women voted Notice! The CTInUinlaa Want Tour .Whs. I'U-ate fall Miss lar To Itcnort fcotUl Slews. Itioae 82 or softer to touch in a nationwide poll. Modes is jlHj " ptl MONEy-SAVER BOX X I y$JA 1HATS EAsy ) jS ). 70 CARRy! J afer! In hospital tests, 209 nurses proved it gives greater protection than nationally known layer-type napkins. 49,701 women who switched to Modens gave reasons "So soft," "So safe', , . or "So comfortable." More women are twitching to Modess than to any other sanitary napkin in America. Now you'll HAVE to try Modess, yourself! Try MODESS Now ! JUST RECEIVED 10 DOZEN BOYS OVERALLS FBI. MORNING 9:00 LIMIT TWO TO A CUSTOMER Get the new money-saver box 1iVh goodyear TO MOST. MOTORISTS Vow as !wsy, first thole of BBOst motor-iet is Goodear . . . Si bis;, good-iookme tire built for extra safety and ions;, low-eost tmle&g'e. Bring in your Grade I drive out on a Ura I Q joa can trust. et jt iui fiM soar Wsf tin) NINTH & BOGART MOBILGAS STATION J OK t.l OI..TTO SOFTER, SAFER SANITARY NAPKINS ONLY irr?.ist

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