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T II E Friday, Scp.e-nbcr 22, 1011. i-i .tfiii)1 ' n m.. the two groups held a joint- A N Pag Tyq. end with his parents. Mrs. Steve I' In in and daughter have returned home after visiting relatives in South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Iacoli and family are visiting friends in Indianapolis this week. David Guess viFited relatives at Terre Haute recently. Mies Helen liarushok has returned home afler visiting relatives in Detroit, Mich. were launched against Jap Philippine bases a few weeks ago. 15 Planes Lost Fifteen United States planes were listed as lost but "several" flight personnel from these aircraft were rescued. Swarms of carrier bombers ana fighters were sent streaming from Mitscher's flat-tops to hurl destruction down on enemy shore installations and sent eleven enemy ships to the bottom while probably sinkn.g or damaging 29 more. Pearl Harbor observers consider-. 1 the fact that the Japs failed to bring anv force f surface warships to the defense of the Important Island of Luzon, an indicia! Ion that the eiiemv was either completely surprised by the swift American strike or that his grand flecil has been retired for the protection of session in the Ma" Avenue Church. Rev. Brown of Indianapolis was the main speaker at the joint meeting. Those attending .from Newport were: Rev. and lira. John Walton, Mr. and Mis. Clyde Russell, Mrs. Dora Harger. .Mrs. R. H. Nixon, Mrs. b. R. Nixon, Mrs. C. E. Deebee, Mrs. (Jrace Place and Miss Blanch Eggle-ston. AT FIRST .JION OF A to . 13 (uSE666 CoW Preparation! asdiieclpd) Simple Test Aids Thousands Who Are Hard of Hearing Thanks to an afr nrisIt Sarins tct, man.- th,.uanj, ! halt lMi terni-jra.!. fcaliK4 ,... t!r I"" "5" c.-" (,u arc b.)lticrc.f W riuKing, bu7zn.K litail noim Jue hnrdnH , r cnjuulaltil a (crrum. ,11. try the Ourinc Hume Mtlli- t-.t V' n must hear Ijctltr aitci roaltinn this limi.lc ust or J..U Brt yur Innncy back at once. Ask abuut Uiiriuc Ut Diws t"iar a' jTVS fj. News and Notes In Centenary Mission Teacher Speaker Soldiers Return To Camp After Furloughs; Americo Pasture has ri'turned to North Carolina after spending a five day furlough with his mother. ir. and .Mrs. David Uuvik received word that their prandpun. Spt. nod Mrs. Hubert Iteeiiv f t hiraco art the uarems of a son. The baby hat been named Holland llruce and wiphed six pounds at birth. Mrs, Leonunl Kunyan and ditiifh-ter Marvin Joan of Tern- Haute visited Mr. and .Mrs. Kichard liuiian recently. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Harris of Indianapolis spent a few days with Mrs. William Miethe and Mrs. Kaymond Miethe and son and other relatives. Pfc. Tony Natalie has returned to Chicago after speiidinK the week end with his parents. Mrs. Viola Kller of Clinton is spending a few days with her daughters. Mrs. William Miethe and -Mrs. Raymond Miethe and son. Richard Wright has returned to South Bend after spending the weelt Dr. G. R. MUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Kaj 235Vi Wackman MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line 0 , For Servif-e Prop ls A Card LW.Wahn Monument Co. 2111 Wal.ai.li Ar. Term Hagtr., Indi ana C L I N T O N I i t FIRST MKTHOWST CHI 111 H lilioril I'. Jordan. Minister John W. Keiiler, riilKfi!itoinlent, t'litirh School Mrs. J. V. Hifiler, Minister of Music .Mrs. Ira timrcli. Organist 8::iu a. m. Morning Worship. Sermon subject, "God. and the New SIO:45 a in.' Church School. You are cordially Invited to attend these well manned classes, arranged for all. C::ifl p. m. Methodist Youth Fellowship.' Miss Catherine Minette, leader. 7:30 p. in. F.venlns Service or Worship. There will be a discussion of the question as to "How Should We Celebrate the Knd of the European War?" A brief message by the p:tstor. "The Rest That Can Happen To Us." 7:00 p. ni Monday. Scouts meeting followed by gym session. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Midweek service studying the Isaiah's great Prophecy. 7:30 p. m. Thursday. Choir rehearsal. October First is World Communion Sunday and Rally Day The First Quarterly Conference w ill fol io the morning services. . t .U.VARV UAITIST 1,'Hl Kt'H . lllHj'kman Street .. k. Krner, .Minister i 9.J0 a .,. Ilihle, School., John ;ip. rntij Su.ot. I. ,,10;45 a in. -ri Moroin& . nnip. Our Pastor villi be away iihis ,Sua-? duy an4 Kv. J...M. MctaElin will pff f .; 6:30 P. m. Voung PtI' vice. r . -.-j't- 7:30 .p. m- t-( EvfJiing Eervice. yU tswe l Rev. -MoOaslin.. , r y venirig Kii'fne omeI3f! Mrs. C ev ;oit-; tiers on Houth Seventh St. at 7:30 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. II id- we-k prayer service. CbiSdrn's Hour Friday afternoon from 3:30 to 4:30. All children are invited. D A I L Y di j I the Jap homeland Ten Newport Residents At Methodist Meeting Ten Newport men and women attended the Creencastle district minister's meeting and the WSCS mcet- jiug held in two Terre Haute cliuicn- es Tuesday. The ministers' meeting was held at the lourth A Avenue Church ill the WSCS meeting, Terre Haute and in the Maple Avenue Church . At 1 i LIC Dead Engineer of Dixie Flyer Was Son of Cayugans CAYUGA. Ind. Vermillion Coun- ity shared ill the train tragedy last i Thursday mornnig when Frank I Hiair. engineer on the Dixie Flyer who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. William ' Itlair of Cayuga, died in the Union I Hospital a few hours after the accident. I According to relatives, the 52 ! year old engineer was thrown from the engine cab when the two trains hit and w as found shortly after by I his wife's nephew. William Mann, in a pool of boiling water. He was rushed to the Union Hospital where he died at 9:05 a. ni. that same morning suffering from burns. Besides the parents, he is survived by a wife. Naomi of Farniers-burg. Ind., where the couple made their home; one daughter, Gail, serving in the U. P. Waves: one sister. Mrs. Julia Adams of Terre Haute; two half-sirtrs. Gretchen Itlair at home and Mrs. Anna Mary Turner of Calif.; and one half-brother. Lieutenant Lewis Blair serving in thr Merchant Marine Corp. Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Saturday at the Wood Funeral Home in Farmersbhrg. with Rev. Taylor officiating. Burial was in the Highland Uwn cemetery in Terre Haute. Millions of Toothpick! i Nine million ordinary toothpick i can be made (rem a (ingle cord i oj wood. 9 '1 in Ml" ' " - 11 " SALI ISTC to Start Extension Classes In Clinton Soon TERRE HAUTE. Ind. The Extension Division of Indiana State Teachers College will begin class work in the Clinton area for teachers, principals, and others on Monday. Sept. 25 at 11:311 p. m. with renistration in the Clinton High school ftymnasiutn. The course scheduled to date is "Interpreting the Public Schools" wiih Dean J. E. firiniicll us the Instructor. The course is calaloged aa "Lducatioll 4-57'J" and carries n K-ular graduate or undergraduate credit. Dean Crinnell is the author of a popular textbook on the course title. Additional classes may he scheduled by the Extension Division in Clinlon according to demand. Class work will begin at the opening session, and students unable to hp present for this session should notify Eugene Knauer of Fairview j school or -Mrs. Dorothy Whitcomb of Clinton. The regular day and hour for j succeeding meetings of the current class will he decided at the first I session. The meetings will be three I hours one evening per week fori twelve weeks. t U I Second Attack j sirisiesiiianiia lokyo res ( Contlnut-4 fforb pat 1 jilarajswiiis (asrainst the Marshal Is uiidr Marianif.T , '- ...! . ... '. Admiral Ximiiz revtaJed - . iia ''sh-h-pihk jicash -at tiiei -heart -of tlK- Phuipifines in a s fecial comutuni-(jufr bicli described the operalion as "sureriatively Eucc-ssful." Kcall Kailj War Day Mitscher's airmen, roarine ovr Manila Bay. Suhic Bay. and Nichols aad Cjarj airfields near 3lai;;ia as as cavite naVal base names which bring back bitter memories eriean fip-Jting man shot down a toTal of 110 enemy planes in air combat and destroyed &5 more on the ground, in the first major move io avenge the heroes of Balaan and Correjiidur. Admiral Ximitz repori-d that Am-ftriciai losws er surpriticly ijJ t In iiew of the darine and nianilude oi tiie actaou. Jap air n.'SistiiRce was on a targ' j-caie but the vaui)i-d tn-e sa y gra n d 1 kt 1 a i led to a p :ear for the defense of the hihlv-priz-o islands and no damage was done to surface ships in the powerful Third Kl- W.Mrf i jjrUt k fci I W 1 1 it nk t'C(' 5fe""'jif:li- i2Jef-'& .ffptUiifi with Hair-ij ' .Uiiiij: int- -ikjor hlosis jg W . I r I Will Soil At Public hale, At y uvmv u.a-South Of lilanford, Ind., and Vt Mile East of the Edgar, Co. Coal Company Known At The - , ; LON BLANFORD FARM ionilay, Sept. 25, '44 ., : SALE liEGIXMNG AT 1 O'CLOCK ; , HORSES 1 Day Mare -10 Yrs. Old. In Foal By Jack. 1 Gray Mare - 4 Yrs. Well Broke CATTLE 1 Cow, 4 Yrs. Old. Fresh In February. 1 Jersey Heifer, Pasture Bred. 1 Calf Just Weaned. 1 Cow 5 Irs. Old. Calf by Side. 1 White Yearling Bull. 16 HEAD OF HOGS 1 Sow With Seven Pigs. 1 Pure Bred Sow With Five Pigs. 1 Sow Xot Bred. 1 Duroc Boar, 2Vt Yrs. Old. 20 BALES OF WHEAT STRAW 20 BALES TIMOTHY HAY PIirilTC. I Wason. 1 ni Ptenler. I I'.olaiy Hw, 1 "irLfcmtft lO.J.D h,rr .n -1..'. I fultivlr. I Cr-rueiK-l l:ikr. 1 ;xl Hoio Urao Im. 1 Jlnt-e Mviivn Hutnm: 1 Tlm ll..r- Sulkv 1 nn H..f- 4ln IKn- Wheat IVHll.lc Tt anl .Sinalf Tn-. 1 !al.lle, 2 -is llann-w. 1 Turntj-Five ;1I.bi Iron 1 ik Hrae. 1. T-lve 'n li Walking 1'lon, and l-r Anule tK .uim-roiis u) MnHn. ''-'- " - H, RCLANFORD ' " A. - l4JJi.4ufc ? tElClS: ASH MAKI.1.V WATSOX. l-rli A cordial welcome awaits you atj0f ,i,e phiiiK-ines to many an Am- FOOTBALL TIME IS TIME FOR FALL CLEANING You can cheer a lot louder if you are not freezing, so dont' fcrt?et to get your VVj" cold -.weather apparel dry yv cleaned' ahead of time. 71 wr v . DEL CLEANERS MO 323 Staiih Main THK riKST I1AITIST CHURCH OF ti.lNTOX Coiner of Walnut anil Fifth liny t rawl. .Minister George tlieuhiill, .MinNler of Music Ml. Ted Morgan, I'innM Mr. John Swiekanl, Siulilay ScIhhiI Sllierililendellt it: 40 a. m. Bible School opens with orchestra music. This is promotion day so let's have everyone present to be placed in their new classes. 10:45 a. in. Morning worship. Sermon subject. "Spending What We Do Not Have.'- 0::I0 p in. Junior Hi and Senior Fellowship. We urge every young person to meet with their age group at these meetings. 7::io p. ni. Evening Worship. Sermon subject. "How Shall They Hear." 7:00 p. ni. Wednesday. Prayer and Praise service. We will start the study of the hook of Romans Start ' reading the book of Romans and come and join in our discussion. 7:30 p. m. Thursday. Orchestra practice. 7:30 p. m. Thursday. The couples class is entertaining the Phila- thea Class anil the I Go I" Cum i Class. They are planning a good surprise program with lols of fun Come and have a good time with the' crtuples 'class. Be sure and come .unilay and' jour riliboo which . wjs. ''! Came In the Place of One Wilt) is in the the- tervice oi ni Conntry. Oive It to someone who d(n t fro to sertic.es any whre ana liave them wear It to onr Hallv Kay fertices and to remain for' the World Wide Communion Service. There will be a meeting Sunday afternoon at 2:30 for all folks who will help us call before Rally Day. KAIKVIKW PARISH J. X. ;Mlnin, Minister Fairviett' t:4. a. m. Sunday School. An- drew Simpson, supt. 7 . a. us. Worship. Sermon: Watchman. What of the Night?" We are back in our auditorium, so be back to Sunday School ar.d Church next Sunday Rememt er Cliurcla Fellowship Night net Wednesday evening, t enter l:o0 a. m. Sunday ScLool. Ernest Myei'S. snirt. H: a. m. WorsliH. Senjoti: The Morning C!Hh. i Mft i v&tt those wJio tare. . f t . ,f m. Sunday School. E. E. Randolph Supt. KKI'KISVIU.E NKW TESTAMKXT Mi nt 'H Rer. Jfrii E. HameritliKoDe, . Pn-itr ,...,.., :i a. "in. Sunday School. ' a 1 : t a. id. Moraine: Worship. ("Doctrines of the Church" I :Zt p. la. KieMtic Service. ' 7:fi r. m. Wednesday Prater M-etinr. ' . I Jjt ins al! plan to altCTd h F:al i It Day proE-ram Cctober 1. 1S4I. ; I Verse. v ti. vnfk :- T lit - Loir our Cui J'iUius iuvcicj udJvWVVi- jjeKK." imn. !i:4. j Thought for Hie k: As a 'priii Soci; :Qsefi itself, ttut cue- not be unlocked without a kj. so i we iourselvs may run into sin. tut iCHuiiot relurn -without the kev oi Cod's jrrisee Cawdniy. !n:i:i: hijm:ss mjsii X-JM W. Hlh St. ville. Intl. 7:::o p. in. Suiiday nj;;ht fierr- T,J' 11. au. 1 ""hrorsday. MidweeK The V.Hi. mS). EliiWt o I Buck iil ' u-ill th.-ian; .nd:.; 'tiitht. Key. Ki$ii3)im. '"ill 111 slV. Oui'ii'fwrtmrh'atf:. Tm pul.ii : is jriioti. ' i ' S'A 1-2 JFSkat-kjatm 1 t:S0."..'- ftunday School. I 11 . a. CfcurrtL. Tpsrttnt)Til niwTiii:B every 1st rd Vf-df',av of eacb memtb - . an SCIENCE SERVICES 'Tvcality is the ub.iec of th? " . t.-i :inon in all Churches of i .. Scientist, on Buiiday, Sep- ' ' . .. b.rl'i 1 'ine Ooldea Tert ie: "Every :.....ci 4rift and ievery perfect jrift is . Lir --love, and cumttfa iowo from i ;hc Faihcr of liphtn. vitfa whom is ; uu variableness, neiiher ebdow of turning-' (James 1:17). ; Amoiip the citations vhicb comprise the Lies son-Sermon is the follnwinp from the Bible: Behoid, God h my ealvutioii; I 'will trust, and not be afraid: for the Lord , Ji nnvafa is my strenpth and my (jo!4,-; he aluo is berome my sulva-I'.'u Therefore with joy shall ye i : -u v.T.ter out of the wells of sal-"v. And in that day hiill ye . , ? -ise the Lord, call upon his - declare hi doinps umonjr the tt.m" e mention that his namt' "ted" (Isaiah 12:2-4t. 4iFor - Jth, i have heard thee irs a time ..ed. and in the day of salvatior ; ;vvt I succoured thee; behold, now ihr accepted time: b'.'hiid. now is :'uv i'.i.r of salvation H Corinth- The Less in-Sermon also inLiuHo fhe followinr paFajres: frm th? I ChriFtian Science 1extbool:.'Hrier)fc and Health with K.ey to the Fcrlp-! tureF by Mar- Baker Eri'-iy: i 'SOW' cried the anoMle. is tho accepted time: behold. Kft"V thf day of !ahatioTl., meaTurr. rM that now men ir.ut frepaTt fm- a future-"WCird Fj;"!varion. or rxifly. but that now is the time in which to erreripT!C that salvation in spirit and in life" (p. 31'). I I tl & Haln St. ' ClSntoM, faE ' I STAATS AUTO "THE PLACE TO BUY" Fresh Cut Flowers ZESX per gBllon ! o Roses .... at:i SUPPLY $2-65 " RED BARH PAIIIT Vj Csilon . $1.98 HeavyDuty Leather Trim Auto Seat COVERS St4.95 FOH SEDAN'S AND COACHES PARtAAK Electric Fence Charger 16" Dcz. 69c Bundle of 25, $1.25 Permanent Anti - Freeze Get Your Winter Supply Now I o Carnations 5c each 49c Doz. Calvary friend- Church. Come bring a MUST 1!KS VTKKI I X H UU H Tliirvl and MsillN-rry St. ; Iy 41iaHf-inlW.4 MiHistcV Mr. K. liutHiinm. Orci:t- 9:30 a sn." 'Sujaday Schoo!. 30:45 a.'ni. Mornintr worship. Sermon. "QnlT fh-jis Truth Tri-uuiihant" , ' , p. ml juhe' Peoples mt-a: - u inf. , 7:30 p. in. Ffi. Chor practice. Fidelity 'Cl&A ""i&wti- V day m-ith 51rs. Eveft, Darisson (1HWH - ' ' M " North Klc'itli Strwt :3d a. m. 'Mir Day jropTaia i-jtfc every "iaeicWf rof llw Sunay school latin; pitl- rrt-iuotion 'Dayl pennon. "Tw UHt tout , Ev-ry' Matf.' ' " ' J . IL-j;..M' PrMrfc llri-ill M.ai Kejiu imu r-i'-ju . uvit- y ers of the ihtrmedia froiap- 1 7:15 p to. Evening Worship, j .Sermon. Ab Affair of 1lw Heart." . Choir will ing a special am hem. , I VITKIt ItKl.THKKN iHl lU H JIM nljf fiaswr, K. V. Kyau of , Twr Haul at th Sunday "-mv efTviw at "2'.'iH I', m. j Foiirlcen Days Lef 1 To I?eis!er For Xov. Election 'The liic.nl rejsiBtraiion d'pa'rimri ! iu VerniiJIiou Couuiy hae jol!rrsrpd 11)-' law. .and hundreds of l-tfprs ' .ne hrvv Bnt out record in p pub-: jm itny Jlaiiiur t'" crrf :trrc tionfe re caurld fie-1 -urdiiiK t hW. !auy oihx itrat1ni iv tt rwum-l on j authority if Biaiiupm of dih I jitade by ibe iietilili auilioritk in 1 the County. j The Joi-al r-a:iist ration depart mem now j-fisUTinp -and iraiiBirrinf: . votf-rp i nd will continue to do ho ; until ill- Jh day Uelor- the elec-iiuii. that is. On. 9. Jf iht m'tT did not eaKt his ballot in lA'J. and he or the hii not voted ni nee lVo iliih would make iliem tall uinl'-r lit- ufcjent;ion nro ision. Hiivf, the registration d'iart-ni-nt it1 j'cia!!y iiiiMou to r'in-vaie itl! to ttiH jteruianein fils and urst- all eliii-lf luen and wout'it who h- liii-d to ute in a ueriod oi two y t- calJ or anw-r tii ' BUtiUnsioii I'-iifr and 't their re-; hstnuinnt- reinsTat-d or rouij'i'te ai wft' -t'i-'itration. i It should bt- reiiienilejfd that nt one can ote in ihe General Klction Noveuih-T T. 3M44 Ulilenp he i jrt!- ' fir r.X!t-Id. ! MKS AND VftHHN IX r-L'KVICE Any rFia'nt of Indiana now &-t- viiis with the armed ton-- of the Vniu-d Ktatet; and elirit'Ie to rot' if v. ho:ii may now ai'ply for war bal- , lotF and if the application itmatur ; if vi!n'Hi-d ty an trommiHeion-d or IKHi-COUiUllriOD'-d OlTlPfT. til IS 'OD- jstitai-: a registration as w-ll at an application nnd the ballots will te mailed to the addrt-sf Elated uu tiie application card. i Carl 12. UiEce. Cieri;. Vermiliion Circuit Court, i Get In Uitt Scrap! J jg . l! iUPOHT Auto Baby 3f-tal Frante I ..VA'AV.V.V.' VA 45 Kitchen Light Units Globe Type $2-49 SI.(.Lh AIR HORN 1KIELE 1 $45 : KITCHEN FLUORESCENT LIGHT UHIT 2 Lamp Complete $9-95 FLEXO CLASS 35c yd. ind up MEN AND WOMEN WAR WORKERS URGENTLY NEEDED ELDu Pont De Nemours & Co. Inc. OjKrating Vsbash River Ordnance Works NEWPORT, IND. No Experience Iequ:rel Working IS If our a Week At I'roent Time and One Half Over 40 Honrs REQUIREMENTS FOE WOMEN JITNTJVX"! ACE 21 YEARS MINEJUM WEIGHT 120 LBS. iml- At WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION ' r. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 2nd Floor Building Terre Haute, Ind. DITONT REI'EESENTATn E M ill lntun iew at th;- Vt rr-i'Iion County Iiationing; Board Office At Clinton. Indiana SKI'TEMBEE 21 tbrtmsh 2" NATIONAL GUARANTEED AUTO BATTERIES EXCHANGE . . $3.35 up HOUSE WIRING 12-2 ROMEX 6c ft. GALLON METAL CAN PEKKSYLVAKIA MOTOR OIL $j69

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