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September 28, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 4

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Thursday, .September 28, 1944. "THE DAILY CLINdONIAN tfage T.out AS U.S. CRAFT STREAKED FOR PELEUU INVASION Perrysville United Brethren Church To Hold Eighth Homecoming Oct. 1 tiros, liur'tlmTnW'' the? have found tires which maybe purchased. , . 4 . Much Printed Money Four thousand pieces of printed jnonoyall denominations are distributed every minute by the United States treasury department. : m Of European Descent 1 Residents of Buenos Aires and other Argentine coastal cities are almost all of European descent. guests enjoyed the pot luck dinner at the noon hour. Mrs. Minnie Span-daw being the oldest member present r....ii, i, im-eiv ulft. Mrs. Pribble specllon records should be retained for obtaining supiilenientul rations and tire replacements. Tire Inspection records must bo presented with appllcatio mo get supplemental gas and tire cerlll'icates. Commercial vehicle inspection duo every C months or every 5,000 miles. 1) card-holders eligible for tirade 1 tires providing they can show abBoluto need to carry on essential activities; however, the boards' quota will determine how many, If any, B card-holders will actually receive certificates lor tires since each board Is obligated by regulations lo Issue tires lo the most esse nihil users Unit. All A holders may obtain certificates for (iratie 3 was reminded of her birthday with i 3 Tired Husbands! Rundown Wives! Want New Pep, Vim. Energy? TlKHiMnii ot mn mni mm. rnndowrt. tp- Ins b.rBU.. iilwJ w-'' I""1- tmaii It Il WK rv ininln.un.ilKilyiHjU ulr.nxnt) toprotrrt Bi.fr l .Llirircv lark of .tin: pli rulctum. pr-uh",rui. Try t(Y ftiiu- tonic for IWtlrii. phmutd, rf,1n-i".r r.mililt.iM tlmt n'Mhe T;ti ! vk. tir.d- !Si,'i5i u.T K" K Sw." to'i")aK i 111. Hon. lit iltli PlmrmacF. J or .ale t nil lrufl .lorea everywhen M. At the rcsular mooting Tuesday evening of the licbokah Lodge No. 218 ot the Perrysville, the lnlalion work was given to Mrs. Margaret Jackson and MIhs Lucille Adams. Officers' performing the work were Noble Grand, Lillian Jones; Vice Grand, Marian George; Past Grand. Ethel Allen; Chaplain, Margaret North; Conductress, .Maria Winters; Guardian, JesHO Wise; Banner bear-era, Maudo Jester, Jennie Adams, Mas Richardson and Mary Volkel. After the meeting, refreshments wre served. The' United Ilretliei n Church will observo their eight annual homecoming next Sunday, Oct. 1, beginning with the regular church school at 10 . m. At 11 a. m. the worship cervices will bo given by the pastor. Rev. Miller. After the usual basket dinner the afternoon program will Urt. Rev. Keith Simpson, pastor of the first U. B. Church of Danville. 111., wlll.be the main speaker. There will be special singing and a number of ducts by Mr. and Mrs. M. Laughlin of Cayuga: solos by Kddie Merldth of Sidell, 111., accompanied by Otis Guber, voice and piano teacher of Danville, 111.; trio by the Lewis sisters: and several numbers by the men's quartet. Every one is Invited to attend. ' Ned Bodlne and family of Covington were guests of Mrs. Eva Jarrett Sunday.:- Lowe's Chapel aid society was pleasantly, entertained by Mrs. John Hlnes in. an all day meeting Thursday. Fourteen members and sis a huge bowl of various kinds of fruitB and vegetables from her mystery pal. The afternoon was spent mostly In quilting wl'h l"'e out for a "u'c enlertalnment. Contests were enjoyed with Mrs. Crimes winning the prize. Mrs. llines assisted by her daughter, Hessle, served home made ice cream und cake for refreshments. The next meeting will bo held near Veederburg with Mrs. Margaret llra-hood, a farmer member of the group, entertaining. i'rivate Paul E. Bowman who Is stationed at Drew Field. Tampa, Fla. is spending a two weeks furlough with liJs wife and other relatives. Homer E. Capehnrt, candidate for senator on the republican ticket will speak at a rally to be held Saturday, Sept. 30 at 3 p. m. in the Standard Opera House. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy and Mr. and Mrs. James Danker of near YVolcott, lnd., spent the day Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Whitson and attended morning worship services. Rally Day will be properly observed Sunday, Oct. 1, at the Methodist Church. A program by the children will be given. Promotion will be observed and a contest for attendance held on that day between the men and women , the losers entertaining the winners. i Rev. J. C. WhitsoB will observe Communion Day next Sunday at both State Line and Benson Churches during the morning worship hour wi f--?-. CHURNINS OP WHITE WAKES behind them, American landing craft head fast for the beaches on Peleliu Island in the Palau group, as warships pound Jap installations with heavy shells. A pall of smoke covers the Island as explosives hit their objectives. At the time this photo, one of the first ontunals to reach here, was made, the first wave ol troops was about to land. Navy photo. t (Intcrnottonal) To Italy? are no longer required, but i RATION CALENDAR and at Perrysville at 7:45 in the evening. t TAXPAYERS OF CLINTON, CLINTON TOWNSHIP, FAIRVIEW PARK AND UNIVERSAL MAY PAY REAL ESTATE, PERSONAL, AND POLL TAXES at the Vermillion County Rationing Board Office in Clinton on THURSDAY, FRIDAY, & SATURDAY SEPT. 28, 29, and 30 KAItX i. DH'KK.V, fOI XTY TltKASl HEIt, HAVE tiii: coi xTv tax ikmkh at thk KATIO.M.NU llOAItl) OI'KK K OS TIIK AH( E KATKH l oll THK OX K.MliXCK OF lK AL TAXI'AVKItS. EVKItVO.NK IS I'ltUKIt TO TAKE ahvaxta;e ok this oitokti mtv to pav taxes HKItE. HOIIW: THl'ltSDA V A.M IHIDAV 8 A. M. TO 4 V. M. SATl HIAY 8 A. M. TO .OOX. 1 IVow i Grade A U if I TO TH- si MrB. T. B. Jensen will conduct an executive meeting of the WSCS at the Church Annex on Friday evening, Sept. 29. Mrs. Mary J. Black is spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. George Smith and husband of Covington. Miss Mildred Johnson has returned to Washington. D. C. after spending her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Minnie Johnson and other relatives. Mrs. Minnie Spandan and Mrs. Processed Foods i ' ' Blue stamps A-8 through Z-8- and A-5 through F-5 In Hook 4 pood for 10 points indefinitely. G-5- through L-5 valid now and are good indefinitely. Tokens may be used for change. Meat fliectic and Dairy Product All red stamps A-8 through 5S-S and A-5 through U-5 in Hook 4 valid indefinitely; K-5 through G-5 valid now und arc good indefinitely. Stamps worth 10 points each. Sugar Stamps 30, 31, 32 und 33 in Hook 4 good for 5 pounds until further notice. Application for additional canning sugar iuukI be sent to board accompanied by one hi tare utamp 37 for each applicant. Stamp 40 in ltook 4 good for 5 jwjunds of canning sugar. No one is eligible for additional home canning suar except those who produce for sale, blioetf No. 1. "airplane" stamp and No. Ji "airplane" el amp in Hook 3 good fur 1 pair each until further notice. Always present Hook 3 when making purchase as stamps are invalid if removed from the book. FZRMAHENTWAVE I,KfouratlUt'.ea.yaputtitij far oor luir up in curloi. s ou u find m m HT tmlhat you Mod in the J Rmirei no heat or electricity. Safe, for every true of hair. Oer 5 million told. Get the amaz-kmChQrm-Kurl Permanent Wave Kit today at GiHi riKimmcy una all driitf bturt-g. BACKACHE, LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGH ...."-Of Tired Kidneys ; ' H barkmeba and kc pain, art making yon - taaMfatl,iioD't juatcompbin and do nothing about tiiem. Nature may be warning yuu tiiat your kidney, seed attention. Tn. kidneys are Nature '.chief wayoftaUng - eaceat arid, and poiaunuu. aete out of tiia ' Mood. They belp nuat people paaa about 3 pint, a fiy. I If toe 15 nrilea of kidney tube, and filter, daa't work well, pouonuu. waste matter stay. Is the bbod.Theae pouon. may Btart najwing - nwkaebarheumatiopaiiu,legijiuie.l'fl.of 1 fjep anti eacrgy, getting up nuifju, swelUmt. : pufnoeai wider tbeeyea, beadactie. and dirsi-'. Beat. Fraqurnt or acanty paasaeea with emart- iMandburnituiaomeiiuieaabuwatnt-reieiiiie. abtng wrong with your kidney, or bladder. Don't waitl Aak your druijKiat for Doan. - Fitk, seed .ueeeaafuDy by miiliona fur over 40 ' wan. Tney giva bappy rebel and will help .' ,4. IK niW nl kiifnev tube, flliah out OUUOO- Jennie Mitchell were Friday afternoon guests ol Mrs. M. H. Anderson, I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holden and son Harold Wayne, were evening callers. Charles Cox and family of Terre Haute were Sunday guests of his l-'a-irv-'nrol!od IIECAIIIN With Grade A Camelbackl 6.00-16 7.09 Only the snest materials and the best workmanship go into Firestone recaps. parents. Rev. and Mrs. Isaac Cox. Private first class Le Roy Hunt has returned to Miami, Fla., for re MAYOR FIORELLA W GUARDIA of New York, it Is reported, has been selected by President Roosevelt to take over the direction ot civilian problems In the liberated areas of Tt-.tv. Tt was revealed that the assignment after spending a 30 day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Iva Jernagan. Pvt Hunt entered the service three and a half years ago and "Little Flower's" new post saiTies POLAND'S Firestone-Texaco Service J-JLJZ2!U'f IJ-5 c'5 "bd for fhe guHdOH unjil further notice. spent four months in Italy. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Drown have the rank of brlgatnevgeneraf, aao. will require a confirmation by the Senate. (International). I iron ug Dioou. uev a a u VM S. .Main Clinton, Iffil. If rou rat. a B Th l. r. get a certificate to a ne fire, or. : I - I rap1 l ouiheip- I Proof of (lie quality the continud trend to Kuitrh to I lilted Home f;rorrrH, where hi received word that their son, Leon, Is a prisoner of the Nazi's. Staff HKt. Edwin L. Drown, 21, was a gunner and a radio matt on a U-24 Liberator Uottiber and was reported nffssing on July 27 while on his 31st mission. He entered the service Feb. 23. 1943 and had been overseas since May. Mrs.Cttarles Collins of Danville and Mrs. Slurray Fultz of Cayuga spent the weekend with their mother, MrB. Dan Pearson who still remains critically ill. Rev. J. C. Whitson. Hev. E. T. Miles and wife. Mrs. Leah Morgan. Mrs. Marearet North and Mrs. Deana Wait attended the district conference of the Methodist Church held at Crawfordsville. Ind., last Wedtfesday. The meeting lasted all day. Mrs. Mary Alice eed of Sullivan. Ind., was the guest of Mrs. Corven Allen and Mrs. Mm -Allan. Mrs. u-fll 1,0 rettU'tntiereri UK V re. J HERE'S YOUR TICKET FOR im Huh., when quality in topw where you van find tliow point huviiuj; valueM that .ou haie fMfii Jookine for. Vou'll like the friendly, courteous aerviee you find at all I dic TODAY'S BEST TIRE BUY ed Home tii-mer'N Stores, too. 3 MINNIE GIOVAfi . 558 N. Eighth St. Economical and Full Flavored (G,OOnivrEAQ DELICIOUS SIPS Lb. 20c -Li f n n Jul 28 Oz. Jar Crystal Spice Flavored Steele, a former hjf-'h school teacher' here. I 1 1 IVAN SVETKOFF 1201 North 7th Street Apple Butter 23c DAUNTLESS CORN STARCH iLb.Pkg.10c Your Grade-1 Certificate entilles you to the best tire made today' So come to TIRE SERVICE HEADQUARTERS lor a new Goodyear tire backed by Goodyear Research and Development over 29 successive years of popular preference. Remember it's got to be GOOD to be a GOODYEAR! The Women's Study club held a luncheon off Thursday afternoon in the Church Annex. Nine members were present. Mrs. Frank Holder, club president, was in charge. The roll call was answered with the natnes of varioUB English poets. Mrs. Florence Chisler gave a book report on "I'astorial." written by Nevil Shute. Several war saving stamps were sold at this meeting as is the usual custom. The October meeting will be with Mrs. Q. A. Myers. Mrs. Edwin Brown spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Nathal Chis SANDWICH SPREAD Wea!forLunche,120Z. Jar15C GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Dauni,e "wuh Dextrose" 15c 2 ler. I tssslJ If S A I. i iV Js. CtfOlshl Farmers Pride Cream Style 2 "ns 27c 0i E-Z BAKE FLOUR 10 Lbs. 63c I SPRY 1 Lb. 25c 3 Lbs. 69c y f sfF pluttss n f Sim 6.00-16 Z.m iGEEb V VICTOR PALONCY Pike & Lincoln Street Mr. and Mrs. Harold Landls of Veederburg were callers here Thursday evening. I'rivate first class Maurice C. Smith. oldVst son of Mr. and Mrs. Hayftfond Smith, reported missing in action since I-day. was. according to word received recently by hU parents, lo have been known to laud with the air-borne division ot) June 7 at tf:3M a. Uf. at Hiesviile, South West France where they met with enemy opiot-iiion. Mrs. Fillman Adams and daughter. Lucille, entertained the ItXA on Thursday night. During the hour. Miss Margaret Toby, formerly of here but now of Veedersburg. was admitted to the Camp from the juvenile camp. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostesses. Family night and first quarterly PRESTO-WHITE 2 Lb. Pkg. 19c PERFUMED BATH CRYSTALS 2 Lb. Pkg. 19c JUST RECEIVED USE CLINTON PURE MILK FOR EVERY DAY MEALS SECONDINO BROS. Universal, Ind. BUMPER JACKS RIM WRENCHES AND RELINERS PEAK ANTI FREEZE nnnfurt nrt ul fhe Methodist Church was well attended on Friday night, j Rev. W. N. Whear conducted the : business session giving many good 1 fiM thoughts to remember al-o t xplaii.ing . BEAL'S MARKET NINTH & BOGART the work fo be done iti the luture. Light refreshments were served. ' Stale Line church was repre. tiled ; tiv Mr. Adams and Mr. Bell. Ikusou ! APPLES ORANGES GRAPES PLUMS PEARS LEMONS 328 N. Ninth St. church was represented by Mr. and ' OBILGAS STATION Mrs. Robert Dixon. I JOE GIACOLETTO pi Get In tin) Scrap! - f '

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