The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on September 28, 1944 · Page 8
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Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, September 28, 1944
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THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Thursday, September 28, 1944. Page Eight PUBLIC NOTICE HIS DISGUISE DIDN'T HELP HIM Germany. Leon hud been missing ill action In the liurypeaii theater since July. He is a bombardier and was on a mission when his plane was shot down. Mrs. Bertha EHIb assumed her teaching position last week In the Eugene School. Mrs. Leonne Clark has been substituting for Mrs. Ellis since school started. BUSINESS SERVICES Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices moiU'Iing It and will tnovu there in the near future. Mrs. Stella Arrasnilth, who litis employment In Danville, 111. spent the weekend nt her homo here. Mrs. Arrasnilth has bought property in Danville and will move there as soon as the property is vacated. Miss Gladys Samuels spent the weekend with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Helsey and family. Miss Fanny Booe. who is a patient at St. Elizabeth Hospital, is in fair condition. She lias been a patient in the hospital since .Inly. Word was received Thursday morning by Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Brown that their son, Edwin Loon Urown, Is a prisoner of war in DIRECT FROM IT'S BIG CITY RUNS AT $1.00 PLUS TAX TO CLINTON AT THE REGULAR TRICE i S " li ' " KS . if THIS GERMAN PRISONER dunned civilian clothes and attached a Red Cross bnnil to his coat sleevn for a disguise as he went about his sniping. However, It Is evident It didn't work, for he is shown being marched under guard of an Amcricnn soldier down the Adolf Hitler, -'atz after Yank troops hud crossed the Moselle in the Thionville, ice, vicinity. I International) Feiroieum Petroleum has been broken into 65 constituents. Less Accidents The 1043 ail-accident death toll was Vk per cent below 1042 a saving of almost 1,500 lives. OF THE 0iCOtVl OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN His""k"ee'n' pen wove a fabric of wit into the lives of Americans! FREDRIC MARCH OUR PRICES 9c 40c C Sunday 2-4:30- 7 Avoid Standing SUN.-M0N. palace iiiin nil Lrr THE LIFE STORY TOM SAWYER Alexis Smith Donald Crisp Alan Hale C. Aubrey Smith JUHII lidl I duinc C Time of Shows Come Early PALACE ft jp'S v4 11 nil First day lusortlon: go tor each leading Una (ona column Una, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: tba same cbarga (you get three daya at double the cost ot the first day). Next tbree daya Insertion: the same 8c charge (you get a whole seek five days) at three times the cost of one Insertion). Each group ot three days there-alter, 8c a line. Blackface (Ilka this) 10c per line. All classified ads Including mem- nif nntlcus of fill kinds must be nald In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts are paid monthly or those from organisations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking tbr publication ot the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. FOR SALE A THREE AND ONE-HALF ACRE farm, three miles east of Clinton known as the Hill Troue place, one mile from top of (irecniiiHlln Hill, a four room house, full basement, furnace. House built In complete out buildings, full' liarn. Price $2,7511. Terms. 165 ACRE FARM, FINE IMI'HOVE-ments. Price $1150(1, four anil one-half miles east of Clinton. 12 "A ACRE FARM. MODERN home, five miles east. .Make me an offer. C. E. HAWKINS Rosedale, lnd. Phone 8 a t79 MUST BE SOLD QUICKLY TO 8KT-tle estate. 5 Room Keinl-iiiiiib rn home, 1548 South Fourth St. See T. Wess Royse. 4 mile northeast of Clinton, 1st house north on gravel road off 4 1. 17!) SIX ROOM, MODERN HOME, Al.l newly decorated, (loud location immediate possession, terms if tl sired. O. F. Houston. 1 7 I f DRY CLEANING CANT It KMOVI' It. One spraying of Arab odorless mothproof protects up to B yrs. against moth damage. Lee Hain EXTRA NICE PEONY CLUMPS IN red, pink and white. Now Is tin time to plant. Hershey's Store anil Greenhouse. 1 70f GOOD WAGON WITH BOX BED. .Call 48-2 Rosedale. C. It. Iliad- field. 1 81 KITCHEN AND BEDROOM FUR-nlture, Including rugs and radio. 804 North Seventh St. 17!) GOOD EATING AND CANNING pears. 250 North Ninth Street. M-lx ZENITH CABINET BATTERY I1A-dlo. Everett Poulter, Wheelervllle. t79x APPLES AND PEARS, NARDI'S Fruit Farm, Lyford. All leading varieties. t83x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-111 Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any kind yon want. Clinton Auto Wrecking Part Co. Emle'a Phone 8, CUntosu HBCf FOR OVERSEAS CHRISTMAS gifts see Faraco's Jewelry Shop. t79 TWO HEATING Varda, Klondyke, STOVES. R. R. 3. JOE tSOx COOLERATOR, PRE-WAR STYLE Call 1133-3 after 6 p. m. t79 PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Special meeting of Carpenter's Local 2152, Friday night, 8 p. m. t79 NOTICE MOOSE! Be sure and pay your dues on or before October 15 to stay beneficial. Floyd Guinn, Secretary. t80 NOTICE KAGI.KS! Don't forget initiation and party Thursday night, 28th. Dues will he due Sept. 1. J. E. Foster, Sec. t78 NOTICE! Trl Kappa Rummage Sale. 219 South Main, next to the bank. Saturday, Sept. 30. t79 JOIN OCR CHRISTMAS I.AYAWAV Cluh and select a Keepsake- Diamond ring at Faraco's Jewelry Hhop. I'M en slipper Thursday evening in honor of Ski. Karl Van Sunt and Sgt. John Rosso. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Allee and daughter Marjoi'ie. Miss Virginia Van Sant and Hetty. Richardson. Mr. and Mis. L. D. Nicholson and daughters Grace, Betty and Eileen, Mm. Gerald' Julian and Miss Olive Mae llniiald accninpnnled Mrs. Keith Nicholson lo Veedersburg Sunday where she left for her home in Remington alter visiting with her parents, Mr. mill Mrs. L. 1). Nicholson. Sgt. Karl Van Sant nnd his buddy, Sgt. John Itossa of Camp Polk, La. are here spending lltelr furlough with the former'B sister. Miss Virginia Van Sant. Sgt. Rossa left Friday for Chicago where ho visited j relal Ives thorn. I Sgt. Leiinord Snyder left Friday for Miami lleaeh. Fla. where he will enter the hospital for treatment of tin Infected ear. Sgt. Snyder recently returned from New Guinea for a thirty day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Snyder. Miss Clara Ciii'sinan, local ration hoard clerk, Is spending n few days visiting In llumnioiiil, Indiana. I Mrs. Stanley Miller of Indianapolis spent a few iltiys IiimI week with her! slHler, Mrs. Donald Chirk and family. Mr. and Mis. It. L. Thompson nnd daughter, new managers til the Cau- ; Alillhm inuwrt New Market lo th J. U. Harper apareinent, ren-nlly vacated by Uev. and Mm. Ki-ksirom. Mm. A. A. Lay man and family up. -nt Dm weekend Uniting relatives hi (iury. Mr. ntul MrH, ('n.wfnnlrivllle P.M. Saturday I.KIi.U. NOTHK OK I'tllll.lO IIKAIUNO NoM-e Is hptvliy givi'ii Unit tin l.oi'iil alcoholic ltivinif,'i lloiinl ot Wrmllllim t'omitv, -Jmtninii. will :i 11 n. in. ivntnil Win- 'I'iiiu' n llif ITIli ilny or 111, 1IM4 at Hie I'lorm orfli'i four! lloint-In the Cltv or town) of Ncwnort In mid County, bi-ln Invi-nlluiilioii of tln iiiiilU-uiiiniH of tin- fulliiu inn iiiiini'il nr. blllltl, l-'llllNlillU t till Ihkiio III lln- lliil. units, lit Mil' locutions lit'rt'lliufti'r Hi'l mil, of llu Alriilinlli' lloviTlipi' I'l'Clllltll of till! 1-lllKM'M lllTI'illlll'tl'r lll'Killllllll llllll Mill, ut tiiiiil time llllll plui'i', reeolvo inform!) tion i-omerllilig lliu film-all of mini lip-liNrtintH, tun) Hie prniirii'ly of iiooiliitf lliu penults liplilk'll fur to fillrll llpplirnllll III the prt'iii iHfM iiiiini'il: 'ili 1'lillllim nnil W llllu in lii-riniiiiiikiiN. Vi.ll, (ltol;iuniiit), '-'L'.'i S. .Mnln St., t'llu-ton -- lliiT. I,iiinir, Willi1 l!i'l:i ili-l". I'llft'onl i hirrlmill, o7N7, ( It i-i-l n II rn til , Cilrtin St., Ciiytlirn- lliiT, l.liiilor, Willi' Hi'lnlli'l'. Arvi-no Aiitoiitnt. iWtl, (I'lii-kiiirt. Hliipi't. X2 S. .Mnitl .SI., Clinton l.tniior, Whir llojili-r. SAID lXVUSTKIATIOM WILL UK ni-nN to tiih ri'iit.K'. ami I't' I'AliTIt'Il'ATION IS I.LI.U I.STI'.II. AI.CniKII.Il? lU.VIillAIIK COMMISSION OK INDIANA. Ill- JOHN 1 NflONAN, .Spppt'tury. BKIlNAltD II. DOYI.U, KxrlHO Aillllllii-sl l-lllor. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given that the undersigned lias been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Vermillion County, State of Indiana. Administrator of the estate of Ben jamin F. Runyan, late of Vermillion County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to he sol vent. HARRY L. RUNYAN, Administrator. Sept. 12, 1944. II. H. Wisehart, Atly. Carl R. Biggs, Clerk. 914-21-2844. BIRTH CERTIFICATE Notice Is hereby given that Dona Marie Skelley has filed a petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the time and place of her birth determined. Said petition is set for hearing on the 3rd day of October, 11)44. CARL R. BIGGS, Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. This Is a 'Corker Here's a story that may well be termed a "corker." Recently Robert E. Adams of Shreveport, La., mourned the disappearance of $40 his whoie week's pay. He considered himself a "hard-'.uck guy." A happy ending came later, however, when he found the money in his cork leg. Adams said he apparently had put the money in his trousers pocket in which there was a hole, and the money fell through into the artificial limb. Scoop for Soap A little sugar-scoop kept on the shelf with the packaged soap proves useful when making a small amount of suds for a few dishes or for a few pieces of laundry. If the soap is merely shaken out of the box a great deal more than is needed for the job may pour out, and go to waste. COLUMBIA THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c MEET THE PEOPLE With Lucille Ball Dick Powell "Batty Baseball" Cartoon "Practical Joker" Pete Smith Comedy LOANS . . . S50 $100 S200 S250 and S300 Yab, you can obtain a loan based on your earning ability and you pay Interest ONLY tor the time you have the loan. The 1'iiblic Loan Company will assist you quickly and privately. If you are stoadlly employed In a faclory, office, store or elsewhere. Come In and talk over your money prolili'ins with lis. We will ar-ratiKe your payments to suit your Income. Costs are reasonable. Interest rate of :i kt month on unpaid bal ance for amounts up to 1150; amounts flfill to f:i00. 1 V4 per nionlh on unpaid balance. A If.O 00 loan repaid in five month ly Installments of 110.92 each, costs H.f.O but If repaid In 10 iluys, costs only 6c. You may borrow to pay old bills, your Doctor or Itentist, taxes or Insurance . . . or any worthy purpose. If a loan can help you, phone or come to the I'ubllc Loan Company. Find Here the Cash Loan You Need. 8 Tay 10 Tay 13 ray men fx. $ ft.02 $10.05 $10.03 $24.07 $29.35 mefitJ. no 7.12 lOO $14.25 mentA. $ ft. 86. $11.73 fi'l.lil) $-J.H7 $;ti.;t9 $.100 $11.94 PUBLIC LOAN CO. I ii ll i ii I'm II I I II ii Legion Meets At Cayuga Joint Meeting Held By Legion. Auxiliary, Donnld Jene Gillis is Honored Donald .Irne. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne GIHIs, was the honored guest at a birthday party Tuesday after noon when he celi'lirtiteil his firth birthday anniversary. Ganies were played and ice cream anil cake were served to the following guests: Sally Paikhurst, Sally Mllebel. Doris Crick, Karen Sue Kirehoff. Jimmy Morgan, .oe Beardnley, Albert. Lane and Stanley Clark, Connie Clark, Merrill Foster, Tony (lililis, Dennis Shelalo, Phillip Hughes. Rodney Alexander and Jerry Stokes. The Sojourner Club held I heir monthly meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Howard Walson. A pot-luck supper was servetl to five members and one guest, Miss Georgia Miller.Bunco prizes were awarded to Mrs. Howard Watson, high; Mrs. Lucy Gillis, bunco; Mrs. Inez GIHIs, travel and Mrs. Leone Clark, low. The American Legion and Auxiliary held a joint meeting Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gru mloy. carry kuIt was served at 7:30 with fried chlekeii and all the triminps. Afterwards eurh organization held their Hepnrnle meetings. The Legion mpntiiiK whh in charge of Commander Kdgar Ald- erson and the Auxiliary wan in charge . of Tresident Gladys Samuels. At the Auxiliary meeeing it waB decided lo t bake cookies for the U. S. O. at Dan ville, 111. the date lo be set later according to the. wishes of the Canteen at Danville. The Otober meeting will be a joint meeting and will be a wiener roast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wlenke. Entertain ment committee will be Mrs. Kulalla Donald and Mrs. Esther Harper. Twenty five members and guests were present at the Crumley home. Mr. and Mr. Leslie Hawn entertained Wednesday evening at a chick- I ' I KOH PLUMBING, HEATING, ELEC-trio wiring und sheet metal, stove pipe and elbows. C. & J Kama-rala, 330 N. 9th St. Phones 20 and 153W. MOTH PKOTIOCTION 2 YliS. ON clothing and 5 yrs. on rugs, furniture and blankets, with one spraying of Arab Odorless mothproof. Lee Hain. FOUND A LARGE STOCK OP Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD ANIM'ALS REMOVED, large or Bmall, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 53109 Tjrre Haute or Dana 142U. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co.. Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS ItEMOVED FREE ot charge by Dwlgglns and Sous, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone BO. t5xf AI'TO til.ASS. ALL TVI'ES OF tilass for all makes Installed. Muf-Hers nnil lull-pipes for all ears, Ernie's, Phono M, South Main, Clinton t IF YOU HAVE PROPERTIES TO sell, I will be glad to have you list I hem with me. I believe I can sell them. O. F. Houston. t75f ETHYL. WE OOT IT! SURE also 5 ply tires The Gas Mar ket, 115 North Main Street, Clinton. tliOf MOIi:ltMIO YOU It DIAMOND with a beautiful new platinum itmiinllns; from Karaco's Jewelry Shop. t70 , hA ' ''' 'FUEL MONEY" WITH sash and attic insulation. Put In your order now. Clinton Lumber & Supply Co. Tel. 322. Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clin ton or 1GG-J-2, Montezuma. FIFTH VEIN COAL, GENERAL hauling. Phone 592J or 1130 Pike Street. I83x FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED WAITRESS FROM 7:00 n. ni. to 3:00 p. m. Phone 785. t70f WAITRESS, VICTORY DINER. t"5f WANTED TO RENT 150-200 ACRE FARM. St. Bernice. PHONE 245-t79x LOST EliSON WHO TOOK LIGHT TAN sweater from Cranes rest room. Monday noon, please return to Clliitonian Office. Reward. t"Kx WANTED TO BUY STOVE WOOD. 1411 S. MAIN. I82x FOR RENT ROOM MODERN HOUSE, 350 North Water Street. Call Ruth Owens. 21!) North Main, afler 6 p. III. Phone 233-R. t77f GOOD SIX ROOM HOUSE, FA lit - view Park. Outbuildings. Call 2H5 North Street, Clinton, lnd. t8dx MODERN FURNISHED APART-ment. Close In. 415 South Third Street. t4 3f FOUR ROOM HOUSE. Seventh St. 8 04 NORTH t79x HELP WANTED BOY OR GIRL TO WORK STEADY ill store. Apply at Kroger's. t79 CXI'EIilKNCED HELP work. Tombaugh. i-'OU STORE I7!t ' Air Imports Imports by air for 1943 totaled 41,000,000 pounds valued at $116,209,-000, reports Donald M. Nelson, chairman of WPB. "That's about 6 per cent of the value of the cargo imported by ship," he adds. With Tb ContpUmeaU Ot THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for HELEN KREIG South Ninth St. Just Come 1m And Ask For Them! Watrh Tills Space Every ftmy YOUt NAME MAX BE NEXT Plionp 03 I I DARINGLY FXPntPn !m duv IiihI we.k Willi his moilier, Mrs. M ft gWJ U IZIIIIHSlV suz,,:::n, , UBclII Dnnvllli.. III. are hero vlsltlnif wllh I 47V """" vjg, Ihe laller's sister und IiiihIkiuiI, Mr. ' ' "TT and Mrs. Hoe A.lmus. I f Jf I nflsHin ll ll if1- linv ( lurk, who Is nt 11 1 confined M .t&f- ' li B H II ll II 11 . lo his ho is liuiunvliiK. I f-.Jt ... llllMlill ll 11 1' Mr. nnil Mrs. Iviirl l- lli h moved ,f ' 1 11 1 H l 11 II fi ' f ' Inst week to their new Inline In, "' . fZAlS UWll''11' i Klicelie. Thi'V fen tit I V .nrrhnsed llie t I 1 . '' i (iressinlro irnM'ftv. Wlllliini I'm rick 4 '' "S wl,h liurchased Ihe KII.-I, lunn nn.l is re- f B0NITA GRANVILLE j i . Ken I ami in i, r""1 pH; JEAN BROOKS P t l ifl X KT iru, j T MICHAEL BARNITZ I: f ) Ail A' , DICKIE MOORE ; mEURfs 2 DIG PICTURES j fsj jig? Bin ------ in i yxsr. .3 xr , in s tijCdiJisJ guns and ill Kr,v fflmixu m u I Vfrrnvx KXmXinTSmt f!9iTrD ) ill tJw-V r Iti&WSKS HI I hi re- i t i ill f 'a'iB ku iw li i W i ri ru"i S. I 1 . 1 : l,l Uhat Happens to Teen-Age V I 2 ? I EMU JJ :- i II Ui.v. nnil f:irl !.,. War T)is- IS liv "S, - Ik - r.r "X' III vast it V, I A7ir lV"i WT fri " I; ruins me Home; me aiosi I I II VJ a,5kvVL J f. ILJ I I Tearless Drama of these Tur- VII I I MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aptly, BIN Blackburn, Clintonian. WANTED SOMEONE TO LIVE ON FARM AM) take care of stock, house furnish- ; ed. Middle-aged man preferred. Two miles east of Atherton on ! county road. Call 110 or at 350 1 South Main Street. t78 1 nB s o numcons on noriBDocki . I i , . - I trussell ; j ytfJfJA P"- wr?rorTi?W!!TnjTn lfi'lli s3k' yMif i JJJr r.9 JfiV jliVil l l'''l1a Starting Saturday Nite At 11 P. M. Frederic March In i "HENRY ALDRICH PLAYS Cl'PID" "THE ADVENT! RES OF MARK TWAIN" Tonight FOR AN "ALL-PURPOSE" LOAN SEE US. Buy Clothing, Fuel, Household Needs, Improvements. Loans to $300. SECURITY LOAN CO. 22S BlarknwD St. CMXTOX, IXD. Phone 252 219 Main St.

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