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September 21, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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4, Nr. Tliurtdaj , Sfjl:!V-r 21, 191L THE DAILY CLIN TO MAN Page Two ports turned In by Aug. 10. ui,10 fnr the nrooosed Fall fes tees of Lions, the first to consist of Doug Reed. Oscar Kersey and Omar Mc.Masters. tival were dropped, with the recom Newport Twins Are Overseas District Lion Head Guest of Newport Chapter Monday NEWPORT, lull. Newport Lions He hue assumed a similar position. Mr and -Mrs. t K. Hollar and gran.ldauKlners of Cleveland. Ohio visited several days with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newland. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newland and Mr mid Mrs. C. E. Hollar attended mendation that it lie given ne.iou consideration next year. Newport Lions will take care of the Indiana War Fund solicitation ill business houses and homes without ,.i,ii,iron in school, it was decided. Current News In Universal Service Men, Women Are I Store Well ' Ecets and carrots store well, CO plant early ones for use during th, summer and later varieties for storing during the fall and winter months. 1 I the Davis reunion near Dana recent- Principal John Pickell, co-chairman j were hosts Monaay 11 mm high officials of tile organization at a meeting marked by the largest attendance in recent months. Twen f.,r ih iliree north townships 01 tue . county, will lie assisted locally by a committee composed ol tne 10. low A son was born to Pvt. and Mrs. Gilbert Thomas of Vniversal Sept. 9. The infant weighed 8 pounds and was named Diaries EuKene. Guests in Local Homes; Paltons Hosts at Dinner Lt. Betty Eileen Garvin of Circle . ii i nhin Knent to1' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Granger gneni ing Lions: Attorney r.. J. JJuuiey. chainnun; Oscar I. Kersey, and John White. In order to keep the new fire toick In operation, it was decided to have it stalled and operated for a n-..,lov vt.ttin Mrs. Alice Certain I a day in Terre Haute with their ty-six members and guests present for the dinner held at the Methodist Church. Taking as Lis subject: -What Makes a Town Click?". Carl Songer. of Veedersburg, district governor, showed that superficially all towns are alike. They are all composed of houses, business establishments and residents, yet some towns are known as good towns and others aB bad. This difference, be declared, usually depends upon whether some individual or group of individuals ...... J' V V -4 f V T ' 40' St , a-k i v i" i i i , - . ? - . - . ' and Miss Victoria Troskey. Lt. Gar-1 daughter. Mrs. Jennie Cook Tin has a two weeks leave. I Mrs. Margaret Vallosia and Mrs. Ac Robert Lewis has passed his Rose Mary Searing spent the day course at the Naval Pre Flight In l'aris. 111. recently. . : . . .ii x- i- rt in I m iidn.nn.1 Vnllonla and grand- few minutes each W"ek by commit school at l napei nm. i-. v. ; -tn.. ...... r- ---- now suending a two-weeks leave j Bl, Honnle and Mrs. Charles Moon v j , n..; . u i.,,. u-Hlt Mr unit Mrs Har with Mr. and Mrs. -rcrrTi RUMMAGE SALE ey spent Sunday i.v. hi. n.rmiK Mr. and MrB. Kdward Searing and family. Joe Rovi of Chicago visited Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Troskey und fam- II V has tried to make the town ouwuiuu- ry Lewis- He will then report back to North Carolina for udvunced training. IO Petty Officer and Mrs. James Long were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joan Donomo. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bonomo and daughters Ester Sponsored By The - - - Cathotic Women's C!ub OF THE SACKED HEART CHURCH FRIDAY and SATURDAY SEPT. 2'Z AND 23 - .1 Li fl M. it 14 writ it ana mum.' , i lllrt. Innir ' innH Virtrnin fl 11 ll .1 O 1 n UOIlOIllO m Tnursaay eipmufi. mio. on - accompany her husband to Los An- Georgetown visited Mr. and Mrs. ing. ' "Towns click because of the men ill them." lie said, "and clubs such as the Lions play an important part in developing outstanding men and outstanding towns." Three factors have contributed to the success of Lionism, Mr. Songer feels. These are the refusal to promote selfish interests, ignoring of politics and the determination that geles. Calif. Sept. ZU. lc I l-e.e uaninuinu Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vallosia and ticnr James Long has spent 1ZO 50lirn main rreei 5 religion shall never ue a puil 01 Bon Joseph visited Mr. and Mrs. George Dooley and family of Clinton recently. Mrs. Victoria Reilly of Morns-town, Pa. is spending a few days with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Troskey. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Lutzow and son of Rock ford. 111. and Mrs. Ray months overseas. : Mr. and Mrs. John P. Dalton entertained with Sunday dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. William Bpurr and daughter Judy Kay. son Jack, Mrs. John Dalton. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Lawson and children Charlotte, Joan, Marlene and Dob and Mr. and Mn. Dalton. STKAWBLRRY SHERRET KOVALK Kyle and children of Clinton visiteti n.iv aim ............ . David wngnt nas .ei.....-u . . f... ;L.iH,iir n .uni- tirat.t Mr mid Mrs. Harry Lionism. He urged that the local clubs do everything possible U keep in their home ,eoiu.puuities. the boys who will sou be coining back froiu military service. .Lucal cliibs. should be repre-BuuJed ou over-all planning' coiuuiit-tees und . juijjiit.eveit Jto so tar as to help homecoming veterans , start small businesses in which they may be interested, thus benefitting both the. men and -the. town, Cleveland, uniu mm - n, . , . , week with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cole and family over the week end. I, .an twins. Sergeant I.ora (right) and . ""' J'" Mr and Mm Lee Pearuian of Nevpoit are as nni'li alike as J 4-' . ere both e.nplo.ved by the lu I t Co.np..v. W-Kh- li7 s.av toge.1 they were both assigned to the same ml.Cl "rr xlng i the I pea.. Theatre of Operations in .1 .U, H ,h . wins . .....inued learning air evacuation, r, l.-Dav on separate planes, ll. flew to Kian.'.- ns ciliated .. e.l-..I 'J&Z J fir the w.,.a,;1ed being evae.n.ted fr.m. The two sergeants complete,! t ss.ons each to a ."', " ; , , g.a of the likene l. .... the ,....' day. 'I he IX AI K(, Transport .iroup. to assigned, evacuated ,. ," ,, patients in 5 days lollowlna the .....ial air evacuation flight. No community of the future can iiiuoiiiit. in luucJi.uuless. it .has ready B H Wright Mrs. Margaret vallosia isueu Robert Paul Wright Slc A. M. friends in Indianapolis recently. M haB been transferred from Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vallosia had onville Fla. to Banana River, Fla. as Saturday evening guests Mr and where be will receive eight more Mrs. George Dooley and Pete Jaek-weeks training before reciving hisBon. Wings HiB crew will then be made. Mr. ad Mrs. George I'lliuovicn, ud for combat duty aboard a patrol Sr. visited Mr. and Mrs. John -Bo, b'be,. Iblch at Clinton. Pfc. George PiUpo- Mrs Harold Cottrell and baby ' vich, Jr. was honored guest. Pfc. , Johnny and .lVXh .T,l ?urS access to an airport, lie said in con clusion, urging the need lor sucn facilities in Vermillion county. Mr. Songer was accompanied by Hitler Launches 'T -it's ice cream ' ribboned with )W sparkling yrW' strawberry sherbet Q))J Harold McGlosson, of Cayuga, zoni chairman, who spoke briefly, men hers have returnea ru men nun.- ... an" neow...., - -- ....ij rt,ir. fter visiting two . with his parents. Pfc. Pilipovicli tioning tile fact that thi.i region was waB transferred from Camp Living ,.v. ttlth Mr and Mrs. E. H the only one with loo per cent re Terror 211 ston, La. to Camp Cook, cam. Dailey Chapel Inside Reich Wright and family at Universal and other relatives in Parke County. Roy Newland and family and T. C. Dickenson of Fort Wayne visited Mr- and Mrs. Harry Newland and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. La Rue and family of Spiceland visited Harry vAlonil reepntlv. Hillsdale Plans Mission Meet UB Church to Be Host To Conference, Former lacolis in Indianapolis White River Branch Women's Missionary Association 1944 Institute, will be held at the Hillsdale United Brethren Church, Se:it. 26. MisB Wavelene Babbitt or Indiana Central College, who has sp?nt the past three years as a Missionary Teacher in Kierre Leone. West Africa, will be the speaker afternoon and It's No SECRET Our Mrs. Henrietta Adams of Rose-dale and Mrs. Herman Huxford called on Mr. and Mrs. Dove Swick and soub Saturday evening. (Continued trom page 1 John Meckiin. Chicago war cor 7SSr BUY WAR BONDS Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hraner ana daughter Joann were supper guests respondent who was captured and i reuaisi.il hv the encniv a ' few days I Harry Cole of Universal, who has. First your tongue meets the grandest testing velvety-smiHitl. vanilla ice cream... tlien a rililain of slicrlwl, red and rich with j.uVv slrawl.er-rie picked at ll.eir flavor ak. A delicious flavor contrast, if we're any ji'lg- And etrrj B.o.jnf.J .Seallesl imulily. ' ago. aptly dissected the Nazi meutal- been employed by the C. M. & ti. Paul railroad as a track foreman, baa been transferred to Coalton, 111. itv when he reported:' ! "Geii.ian ' soldier morale is sur- it is an anil'i- of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy cox in ler-re Haute Friday night. Mrs. Fred Brown spent Friday afternoon with MVs. Mattie Lear. Mr. and Mrs. John Brown of West of Clinton. Jack Brown and Maxine Huxford of Indianapolis were guests of llr. and Mrs. Karl Huxford 1 prisingly good, hut cards of lying i cially built lions. le . dliy should FRENCH FRIES Are Good! SERVICE SOW FROM (1 A. M. TO. ia I'. M. Sandwiches Soft Drinks Delicious Coffee Breakfasts SPEED GRILL DRIVE-IN 1 17 North Main urooagamki .ii:l atest inaSs1 tlis- collapse into 'tilt' illusionmeiit 1. . . j DrR. McGUIRE CJIIROPKACTOK X-Bay 235V4 Blackman j "TJ4f HJ ylf rpft tpi tow ! I nut ni' ils laii. !anil of secret wea-'l Miua Martha Jean Dickey of In night. Merrill Bonehralie spent last , week eud with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bishop, of Newport. ' - ' . MralUeJ.viai!ykes spent ilA-RIt'i end with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bishop, of New dianapolis spent the week end with KRAFT CHEESE COMPANY, HUNTINGTON, INDIANA (FOMCUY CLOVBRLlAf CREAMERIES, INC.) DONT MISS JOAN DAVIS IN T1IK SEALTEST VILLACE STOKE PBOCItAM TIIUKSDAYS. 8:30 P.M. pons anili iniisililf f utinter-otini--sives wlileh-i itill'Jllirks'eaJi sta,ve Mr. and Mr. Chester, Dickey., wr. and Mrs. Harold Taylor and son off disaster. Billy were dinner guestB Sun Throw four Scrap into the Fight! day. Billy returned last week trom spending two years overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown speni port. Mrs. Melvin Sykes spent the weekend at Mecca with her parents. Miss Loreue Brown and Robert Roebark spent Sunday with lier parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown, at Sunday with Mr. and MrB. Ralph MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line 0 For Service Drop l' A Card L W.Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana Brown and" daughters near ureen- castle. Centenary. Mrs. Kva Seelman of St. 1 eters- burg. Fla., who has spent the past six weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Braner and daughter Joann. Mr. and Mrs. Wren Braner of Montezuma spent Sunday in Indianapolis visiting Mr. and Mrs. Holland Boughton and daugliterB. Mr. and MrB. Homer Lear spent Rich Morton and other relatives lias Mm 1 returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. John Church of Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Coatesville. lnd., Mr. and Mrs. Wilnier Huxford. COFFEE Hi. 25cfr fc3 FARMERS PRIDE George Church of Terre Haute ana Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell of Clinton called on Mr. and .Mrs. Paul Mack and Mr. and Mrs. Hen Church last Friday. Mrs. Jim Watts and son Jimmy spent the weekend at Brazil. Good Spread Abundant and point-free peanut butter is delightful as a spread and may be used in many ways in cooking. It can be used in place of all or part of the fat in recipes for VICTOR PALONCY Pike & Lincoln Streets FARfviERS PRIDE 3 pkgs. FOR SALE 160 ACKE GRAIN FARM Highland Township All Has Been LIMED In Last 3 Years All Under Cultivation SeeO.ASBURY XEWPOltT muffins, baking powder biscuits, Martin Harper ol V. S. Navy lioni Chicago is spending a few days here 3 with relatives. franklin. Akers ol "V. 'H.' Navy is ' jKPfutefl PaiicaKe "j Flour -j FARMERS PRIDE MUSTARD SEED 10c simple frostings, cream sauce, scalloped vegetables, drop cookies and cream soup. . i Ka Prevents Clotting The element in sweet clover which causes a type of bleeding disease in cattle is now being adapted to use n human medicine to prevent dan- SECONDINO BROS. Universal; lnd. Fsnr.srs Pride CELERY SEED home on a furlough here. Mr. and .Mrs. Archie Wiitennood have returned here from lndianapo. lis and arc living in Russell's property. . Mr. and Mrs. Linia ForUier. Mr. and -Mrs. Jim York and Mrs. 4; race Russell all spent Sundayat Indianapolis. ' " Mrs. Delia Mcrarty ' spent last Thursday at Vli.ee.me, lnd. and ' serous post-operative blood clots, ' FARMERS PR!DE 15c (jirlERSP&a EVAPORATED Mill 3 tall cans 29C BEAL'S MARKET ' 328 N. Ninth St. rnliiisfcsiiw Mrs. Charles McC.arty and baby returned to her home near there that day. .Mrs. Vernon White spent Sunday night with .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Russell. Mrs. William Hicks was called to Farniersburg Saturday by the death EARLY JUNE PEAS 2 No. 2 cans 29' FARMERS PRIDE 1 a rteSpi 'I I MIMfv'iP mm of her small niece, Judy Wade. 1 11 1IL. Ull mi Kenneth Roebaek and wife have moved to the Richard Herrick property recently vacated by Mrs. Hohert .Morgan. IK Piti Trlnn ic visitinr in 558 N. Eighth St. I Indianapolis with her daughter Mrs. Great Northern Beans 5 49 KHlora ItlaKsley ims wee. Mrs. Delia Thomas of Rockville spent Sunday with her son Mr. and I Mrs. Kiel, aril 11 Trick and family. 1 Otis Church of Clinton who lias I IVAN SVETKOFF 1201 North 7th Street FLOUR -ZBake 25 !b3- s1 I employment at Dayion, Ohio isiied his brothers Ken and Kied here Sai-lurday and his sister, Mrs. Paul Mack. Junior Cottscl.alk of Terr.- Haute nt the w.-i'k .'ml hirr- with his 25 APPLES 3 lbs. si CHOICE rents Mr. and .Mrs. .Martin irrnndl mMIRA-CLO 2 Quarts Duueer. Mrs. Helen IVarmnn and son from Newport spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Claud Graham. Large Box 25c D.-lbert Sykes and children Mrs. Jm fart, taoty uxrJ?, ii tU KITCHEN ! returned to her home here Sunday fi..r a week'e visit wiih her nar- A .r..n.I auirk meal food d.liiious cold IN OUtCK SUDS ents Mr. and Mrs. Mu. yitt of Chris-I COOL WATER man, who brought her home and spent the afternoon with her. 7 :-;;-ffllWi Lgs.Box25c ;mM$ Large Box 20c DRINK MORE or hot! You can serve K-P just as it coiuea from the can or quickly warm the v. hole loaf ill your oven. Made from line licc, choice pork . tastily seasoned, tastily spiced. Keep package of K-P handy! KINCAX & CO. Gt CO INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA nil nc Ciill -s.v Sugar Dust In a ton of ordinary sawdust there is more than a hail ton of sugar and thas this sugar can now be economically separated and recovered in a form suitable for fermentation. CLINTON rune U i S U l m 5

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