The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on September 28, 1944 · Page 2
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Thursday, September 28, 1944
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Thursday, Sriilonibrr 28, 191 1. T II E DAILY CLINTON IAN Page Two struction Battalion (Seabees) Parties, Club Meetings Are Held Autopsy Ordered In Sudden Death Of 'Sister Aimee' OAKLAND, Cal. An autopsy THOMAS E. DEWEY branch. Alter midshipment training at the University of Notre Daine, he received his commission as ensign and embarked on overseas duty. He is now home on leave with his parents at427 Blackman Street. In Newport Homes in Past Week Current News In Hillsdale WSCS Meets at Home Of Ella Underwood, Navy Matt Returns to Station Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Ponton visited was oraereu penoi iu?u - body of Aiuiee Sempie sicrneisuu. "The means by which our present unity in war can be preserved in the peace to come is the vital prob- world renowned evangelist wno ui-u suddenly in an Oakland hotel suite while In a deep sleep apparently in duced by a powerful sleeping drug. The post mortem examination was relatives at Indianapolis over the Fonfanet, Intl. visited Mrs. Koone. liie grandmother of Margaret mid Donald Hendrix, Saturday. Harley Kennedy has opened a second hand store in the building on the coiner west of Mr. Zackman's store. Mrs. Zula Dugger spent Wednesday in Newport as the guest of her father and sister. Mrs. Edna Middlebrook spent the week end in Terre Haute as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mildred Gottsrhalk and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearman and children spent Sunday in Clinton. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hoeback Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. William Roeliack of Fort Wayne. Intl., Mr. and Mrs. Norman Roeback of Attica, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Tippy of Terre Haute, Miss I.avern Miller of Danville, Mrs. Wickens of Newport, Mrs. Anderson of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Roeback. Miss Lorene Brown ordered by Coroner Marl L. Emerson of Alameda County after authorities discovered a bottle of cupBUles known bs Secconal in a traveling kit beside Mrs. Mcl'herson'8 bed. The dynamic f 3-year-old evangelist's traveling companions and her son. Rolf Mcpherson, said they knew she had been taking the capsules, but her doctor at Los Angeles said he had not prescribed the drug. "1 thought 1 had broken her of the habit of taking such things," kn nhvsic-ian added. and Robert Roebaak. The family "Victor Aimee." as she was af fectionately called by her thousands gathering and dinner were In honor of Robert, who left for the U. S. Army, Tuesday: morning. Our Strenfth at Home lem of our time. It seems to me that much of our success in war has come from the sense that every individual has a personal job to do. While there has been a maze of regimentation, some necessary, some inexcusable, our strength at home has come wholly from the genius of our free men in industry and the devotion of our workers and our farmers' to their Jobs. Our success or failure after the war will depend on whether we take to heart the lessons the war has taught us. If we permit the continuance of the regimentation which soma so earnestly desire, we shall fail." nf followers in the Four Square (:.,m,el Church, was found in a dy Alice, of Newport. The occasion was the celebration of the birth anniversaries of Mrs. Former, Mr. Hendrix and Mr. Seeley. A dinner was given Wednesday. Sept. 13, at the home of Mrs. Audra Hounshell of Rantoul, 111., for her small son, Terry. The occasion was Terry's fourth birth anniversary. Mrs. William Wlltermood. of Newport .mother of Mrs. Hounshell, was present. Little Terry HounHhell. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. William Wlller-mojd of Newport, returned to his home in Ranloul, 111., after spending four weeks with his grandparents. His grandmother returned home with him where she remained for a week. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mis. Fred Sanders of Newport were their trti duaghters. Mrs. Daisy Ileardsley and son, Joe, and Mrs. Jim Gaylor daughter, all of Cayuga, and Mi. Ivan Ashury and daughter, J idv. also of Cayuga. Miss Mary Beth Westwood and M)ss Dorothy Bucy, both nurses at the Union Hospital in Terre Haute, spent Wednesday night and Thursday with their classmate Miss Virginia Ri id of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bishop attended a birthday dinner in Hillsdale. Saturday night. The dinner was given for Norma Lee and Betty Lou 7ilsou. ?lr. and Mrs. Harold Jones and -.mall son, Michael, of Champaign. 111., spent Sunday with Mm. Jones' parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Jonf of Newport. Mrs. W. G. Parrelt and daughter, Mrs. Donaldson Hurd spent the weekend with Mrs. Parrett's other daughter. Mrs. Carl W. Seet, Jr., and family of Urbana, III. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. C. E. Beebee were Miss Blanche Eggle-ston. Miss Mabel Payne and Mrs. Lucille Green, all of Newport. Summit Grove Helt's Prairie Class Meets Delta Alpha Class Gives Farewell Party for Mayes; Home Ec Meets at Frists' Mrs. Sue Barnhart is visiting with her.husband. Pvt. Charles Barnhart, who is stationed at Tampa, Fla. Helt's Prairie Home Economics Club, together with a few guests, were entertained last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Harry Frist. Mrs. Forest Mack was assistant hostess. Cpl. John White, who is stationed in Pennsylvania, spent a recent furlough wilh his Tamily. Members of the Delta Alpha Sunday school class and many other friends met Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mayes, in a farewell gesture to their son, Herman, who reported on Tuesday for duty with the U. S. Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Don Overpeck had as their supper guests last Wednesday PIC and Mrs. James PeBavento of Clinton. 'ItBI Mrs. Carl Miller and Mrs. Guy Southard called Tuesday oh Mrs. Laura Mitchell and Mrs. Forest Mack. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Garrett have moved into the Kaufman property just south of Salem church. ' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nickle spent last Friday in Indianapolis. Mrs. -na Boren of Clinton spent several days last week with her brother, Everette Turbeville, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Shaw of Brocton were recent guests of Mr. ing colidilion shortly before noon yesterday by her son, who had accompanied his mother to Oakland Members of the Driftwood Literary Club held their first meeting of the year at the home of the new-president, Mrs. John Pickell, Monday evening. Mrs. Pickell assisted by her mother, Mrs. Puckett of Crawfordsville and her sister, Mrs. Ed Moore of Newport, served a two course dinner to 13 members and one guest, Miss Mary Shipman of Lafayette, a former member. During the business meeting, Mrs. Mortimer Lewis gave a report of the County Council meeting held at Clinton on Monday. The members responded to roll call with 'Customs of India." after which MIbs Nuncy Lewis reviewed the book "Anna and the King of Siam," written by Margaret Landon. Those present were, Mrs. Mary Bingham, Mrs. Ella Hall, Mrs. J. N. Jones. Mrs. H. S. Hawkins. Mrs. It. M. Nixon, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. W. G. Parrelt, Miss Lewis. Mrs. M. C. Wiggins. Mrs. W. C. Myers. Miss D. Grace Rheuby, Mrs. Dora Harger and the hostesss, Mrs. Pickell. Mrs. R. H. Nixon, a former member was re-instated at the meeting. A weiner roast was held in the woods in the back of the W. G. Purrett home last AVednesday evening by the members of the Thimble Club. No business meeting was held and the ladies spent the evening socially. Those attending were: Mrs. Vernur Van Vliet, Mrs. V. B. Dwiggins, Mrs: Mortimer Lewis, Mrs. B. R. Nixon, Mrs. Belle Hegarty, Mrs. J. N. Jones, Mrs. J. G. Potts. Mrs. J. W. Carilhers and Mrs. W. G. Parrett. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fortner and their daughter, Mrs. Stanley M. Holl-ingsworth and sons, Dale and Harold, all of Newport were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Former of Hegeler, 111. They were accompanied by George Pearman, also of from Los Angeles to dedicate an other temple of her church. 'Mother was still alive but breathing heavily when I entered Mr. and Mrs. Collett Harrison made a business trip to Indianapolis. Monday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Davis, Rose-dale were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Davis's mother, Mrs. Luella Davis. Mrs. Milo Heskett and children. Donald and Patty Rose spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hestketi. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gllmore of Clinton were also Sunday callers at the Heskett home. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Little And family of Plainfield were the week the room." Kolf told police. "1 weni into the room about 11 o'clock. I couldn't arouse her. It was about an hour before 1 was able to get a doctor." Ilev. C rover T. Owens. Mrs. Mcpherson's publicity aide, revealed that she had spoken of her own death Tuesday night, after returning from a revival meeting where week end. Miss Ella t'nderwood entertained the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist all day Wednesday, Sept. 27th. Miss Mary Rose Hardest)' has returned to Dayton. Ohio where she has employment after spending the summer here with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Phllbert Stewart and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Stewart and son, (iloyd spent Saturday and Sunday at F.vansville, lnd. with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Stewart. Mrs. Frances Mitchell and daughter Nancy of Indianapolis spent the week end here with relatives. Mrs. Blanche Brown and son Charles from Centenary spent last Wednesday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Sykes and brother Imnald. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Russell of neaT Dana visited her mother, Mrs. James Sunday afternoon. Mrs. DoUie Kussell underwent a major operation at the Vermillion County hospital last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baysinger of Clinton spent Sunday afternoon with their son's wife and baby, Mrs. Perry Baysinger here. Miss Wanda Rose Mankin of Mecca spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. lmogene Sykes and children. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oliver and MrB. Helen Pearman and Mrs. Paul Mack were in Dana, Thursday. Mrs.-Fern "Wilfong continues to be very ill at the Robert Long Hospital in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Morgan and children of near Chrisman spent last Tuesday evening visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Sykes and brother. Donald Sykes of U. S. Navy who left Thursday to go back to Naval base in South America. Donald Kay Fortner and Mars-Louise Lohrman and Norma Herrick who have employment at Indianapolis spent the week end here with relatives. Miss Margaret Hendrix. Donald Hendrlx, Mary Etta Foley, Lois Cress and Marcella Michael from Do FALSE TEETH she had preached a sermon with the characteristic fervor known to mil end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer lions of persons who had seen her white-robed figure in countless pulpits throughout the world. "She was standing at the window of her room, looking into the night sky. where an airplane was hovering," he related. "She said softly: 'I Cates, lnd. Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart, Mrt. Om-er .tit-Masters and Mrs. Nelle Wait, all of Newport attended the Eastern Star Reception at Cayuga and dinner and inspection at I'errysville, Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Adams of Cayuga and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore of Danville, 111., were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Yomuaus and family. Mrs. H. K. Duuhan and son, left Thursday night for Seubring, Fla., after spending several weeks with Mrs. Dunivan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Koy Stewart of Newport. In in Hollingsworth of Sheldon, III., spent the weekend with his mother. Mrs. Fein Hollingnworth, and sister. Barbara. E. E. Neel, Jr., who is stationed at Great Lakes, 111., spent Sunday with Mrs. Fern Holliagsworth and son, Irvin, and daughter, Barbara. , Herbert Arrasmith spent Saturday! night with Robert Moore of Clin-, ton. j Mrs. Artie Holton of Newport spent Thursday shopping in Danville. 111. , Mrs. George Myers spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Italph Adams and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Smith and son, Bobby, spent Friday in Danville, 111. and Mrs. P. L.. Tagner. wonder if. when 1 die, it will be in I Mrs. Rose Light suent last Tues- Apprentice Seaman Jean Johnson, a plane . day with Mrs. Forest Mack. Newport. Afternoon visitors to the "ulto. nm wore Mr and Mrs. ! Beverly Arrasmilh, Evadna RoBe and Two physicians. Dr. B. M. Palmer Smock. Mrs. Eva Rife and daughter Carol Jo of Clinton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Smock. Mrs. Viola Ferguson spent several days in Terre Haute last week visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. E. Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Bonebrake and family were among the guests who attended a birthday dinner given for Normalea and Bette Lou Wilson at Hillsdale. Saturday evening. Miss Margaret Heskett returned to Homer, 111., where she is teaching, after spending the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heskett. V Zolly von Schwartz of Akron, ! Ohio, spent a recent week end with and Dr. Norman Leet, responded to Harry Fortner of Westville, 111. Mr.Je Broady spent Sunday evening in Jtolf's frantic summons, relayed his wife and son at the home of Mr., and Mrs. L. H. Reed. Clay Fortner and Jack Fortner are brothers formerly of Quaker. Harry is a member of the Jack-Camel quartet heard weekly over WDAN radio station, Danville. Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. William White, Mr. and Mrs. John White and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Griffith, all of Newport, attended a birthday dinner at the Kites Forbidden The traditional sport of kite flying has been forbidden in Holland by the Germans occupying the country on the theory that the kites might be used to guide British airmen. through the hotel switchboard. The doctors said death was due to heart failure, but because of the presence of sleeping capsules beside the bed an autopsy was ordered by the coroner. Funeral arrangements for the famed evangelist were held in abeyance pending the findings of autopsy surgeons and the arrival of her attorney from Los Angeles. James Lee of Paducah, K. visited last week with his brother, Guy Lee and family of south of Newport. M rs . M a ry V roo k s moved f ro m her home in Newport to Terre Haute Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shew visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wise of Newport. Mrs. Katie Kerkez of Gary was the weekend puest of Mrs. Sophia Delich of Clinton. Mrs. Mary Brooks moved from her home in Newport to Terre Haute Sunday. Mrs. Nell Wait, Mrs. Mortimer Lewis and Mrs. Dora Harger, all of Newport attended the County Exec home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil White in Terre Haute Sunday. The occas- The Blue Lapls - The lovely blue lapis lazuli was valued by the ancients not (inly for the t .auty of its color but also for j its "medicinal qualities." Believed to possess the power of healing ulcers and skin eruptions, the mineral I was ground and mixed to a paste I with milk and then applied to the infected skin. ion was to celebrate the birth anniversaries of Mrs. Virgil White and Mrs. John White ELI-XT A CXAS TO MEET Members of the Electa Sunday School class will hold their regular meeting at the home of Mrs. W. C. Mvers Friday evening. Mrs. Ella Pi Bock, Slide or Slip? FASTEETH, ail improved pnwder to toe sprinkled nn upiw-r r Imver phites. bold false teeth more firmly in place. Do not elide, flip or rock. No irtimniy, fooer, pasty tale or foeline. FASTKKT11 Is alkaline (non-aHd!. Iob not sour. Check "plate odor" (denture hreatli). tiet VA&XEETli at any drug store. Ensign Robert Mitchell Shares in Unit Award For Invasion Action utive Board Meeting at the Collett Hall .and Mrs. Joe Potts wHl act as Home Mmlday Representatives from the assistant hostesses. (Dana and Cayuga were also present (Continued From Pane 1 1 Drive In For CURB SERVICE Friday thru Sunday TRY OLE SANDWICHES FRENCH FEIES ICECREAM COFFEE SOFT DRINKS SPEED-GRILL DRIVE-IN PUullISWlll!,A 31 ilk weed Pickers To Take Pods to Schools Soon Instructions to the effect that students who are aiding in the milk week pod drive may bring their pods to the school house as soon as the announcement is made by the principal, were issued by the country agricultural agent. He also asks the youthful pickers who used burlap bags when they ran out of mesh ones to change sacks now that there are plenty of mesh bags on hand. It is still not too late to pick the pods, Mr. Peterson told pickers, but added that it would be only a matter of two weeks or so before the drive would end. Dinner will be served promptly at at t)e meeting 6:30 p. m. . -,. Mrs. Opal Walthall and daugh- Mrs.Mattie Brown of Cayuga w the Wednesday dinner guest of h3r( Mar.on nephew. Clifford Oressmire and fa a-1 Miss Gloria Ashurv spent Sun- five gaps through enemy obstacles for the passage of assault forces to the Normandy shore and within two dav'B had sapped over 85 per cent of the 'Omaha' beach area of German-placed traps." Ensign Mitchell is a graduate of Clinton High School and of Rose Polytechnic Institute in Terre Haute. uhi.T-ilv alter liie itm it iu I inn he en Mrs. Ola English returned hoi le jrith her where she remained urnil day with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Nichols of near Turkey Run. Mr. and Mrs. Alten Hose and daughter. Evadna. Mrs. Robert J. Saturday. Mrs. Luther Ingrain and daw liter. Mrs. Carl Kentch. and son, of Rose and Miss Beverly Arrasmith, tered the Navy, enlisting in the Con- Springfield, 111., spent the weekend!"" of Newport, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Weatherman of with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lee ana family of near Newport, and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Erwin of Newport spent Sunday afternoon in Tangier visiting Mr. Erwin's sister. Miss Ida Erwin. and brother, William O. Erwin, who is visiting here from Pasadena, Calif. r Back-to-ichool needs like these have caused our customers to remember the Rexall Store for best values aUaV CAN PUBLI RE Mrs. Anna Iteed returned to her W7 home in Hymera, lnd.. Monday, after! spending the past week with her daughter, Mrs. Sain Stewart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Foos and dau- j thter, Peggy Ann. spent Sunday even- j ing with Mrs. Foos aunt. Mrs. Fred : Haworth of Montezuma. j Mrs. Dora Stewart had as Sunday j dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Sain Stewart and family and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stewart and family. I Mrs. Francis L. Van Sickle and i daughter. Carolyn Jo. spent Friday afternoon with her sister-in-law, j Mickey Van Sickle of Newport. i Mickey Van Sickle of Newport was the Thursday dinner guest of Miss j Briten Tooth Paste 39c Ipana Tooth Paste 43c Pepsodent Tooth Powder, 21c - 39c Colgate's Tooth Paste 21c and 37c Mi-31 Solution Pt. 59c Kolynos Tooth Paste 39c LAX -at High School mm Gym Millie Sanders ol Clinton. enj Tyler of Clinton was also a guest. Mrs. Claude Douglas and Mrs. ' Martha Potter, both of Newport. ; spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. j Clifford Howard of Blanford. Mrs. Flora Weatherman and Miss ; Maggie Mali. He of Cayuga spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. William 1 White of Newport. Hinds Honey Almond Lotion 59c Silque Hand Lotion 49c Campana Balm . 47c Jergen's Lotion 39c SATUEiP AY, j, Larry Moore of Cayuga swnt the ; 8:00 P. M. - HE AR. - wekelid with HIS Drotlier. Ulllle -e , Moore of Newport. ' ' Clifford Oressniire and family ' were the Monday guests of his moth-i r. Mrs. Ola English. I Mrs Ola English of Newport spent 1 last tt-fk with her niece. Mrs. Wil-lim Collier of Hunierick. lnd. i Ilillie Lee Moor" and Thyra Jane ! Richards were the host and hostess , White Pine Tar Cough Syrup 50c Polycaps, multiple vitamins -S2.59 Vicks Vapo-Rub 29c and 59c Puretest Aspirin Tablets 100 for 49c Miles One-A-Day Multiple Vitamins $1-00 i in -m nUI, j. , hwui . CAP HOMER. E at a bitrhday party held at the home of Mrs. Ida Moore of Newport last Tuesday afternoon. The occasion :was Mrs. Moore's birth anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Counland Mack. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Moore and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore and daughter, j the host. Biilie Moore and the hos- I tess. Thyra Richards. I Republican Candidate For United States Senator and Other Prominent State Officials EVERYONE WELCOME! ENTERTAINMENT Mr. and Mrs. William Hendrix and family of Dana. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Seely and son. Homer, of Monte- j zuma. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Catlin and I i son. Tom. and Mr. and Mrs. Emery 4C Hollinesworth and family of New-' port spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. timer Fortner and daughter, Mary i

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