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Page Three " THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Tuesday, October 3, 1914. YANK BOMBERS DUCK DEATH OVER JAP BASE ( Clinton Social Notes - Both branches of tbe Dortmund-Ems Canal, reconnaissance photographs show, have been breached and drained by a bomb attack on the night of Sept. 23. A strong force of R. A. F. bombers during the day let water Into Walcheren, one of the Scheldt estuary islands, by dropping 1.200 pound bombs on its coastal dikes. Hodges Forces 33 Miles From Cologne Bastion (Continued from page 1) 1 If " " Kappa Delta Phi Initiates Six Pledges Friday Fornix I Initial km Kmlmi Held Al Dinner Party Friday At Clinton Hotel Tm-ntr Members And Pleilgcs Attend Mrs. M. Kimble Hostess For Octette Club Luncheon Octette Club members met at the home of Mrs. Mary Kimble Friday for a noon luncheon. The regular business meeting was held with tbe minutes being read by Mrs. Marion Southard. Bunco was played with Mrs. .Southard winning high; Mrs. Louise Petak. bunco: Mrs. t'va Pittenger. ravel and Mrs. Kimble, low. Son-in-law Of Fairviev" Couple Killed in Action (Contlbued tiom pags 1) Formal initiation services were Members attending were Mrs. He held Friday evening for six pledges len Heacock. Mrs. Julia Hatfield. Mrs. Mildred Hollingsworth. Mrs. of tbe Pi Gamma Chapter or the Kappa Delta Phi Sorority. The for mal dinner, prior to the initiation Southard. Mrs. Pittenger. Mrs. Petak, substituting for Mrs. Ruth Alley. Mrs. Elsie Heacock substituting services, was held In tbe Vermillion Room of the Clinton Hotel. Kino Tegwitb Hise and Loretta Devauis were co-hostesses for tbe evening. Tbe table vas beautifully with a floral centerpiece and can delabra. sergeant, is the former Miss Audrea Seward of near New Goshen. Born in Klondyke, Sgt. Wallace attended the grade school there and was a student at Clinton High School. Trior to entering service Dec. 22, 1943 he was employed In the Gary steel mills. He received basic training at Fort McClelland, Ala. and further training at Fort Meade. Md. He embarked from New York City for England, arriving there in June. He then fought with U. S. forces in France until his death. Besides the widow, he is survived by the parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carvel Wallace, two sisters, Edna and An-nabelle and one brother, Raymond, all of Gary. Another brother. Orval, Is with U. S. forces in France. The brothers were stationed only three miles a-part and bad spent July 4 together. t ff Following tbe dinner, the six pledges. Mrs. Clio King. Mrs. Joan vance. Other units were reported to have encircled the Dutch city of Obc-rlon. some 12 to 15 miles southeast of Nijmegen. and to have surged Into the city Itself, where street righting is in pruKrcxs. .Spokesmen at Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's headUarters announced that the Germans are mounting heavy counter-attacks in an effort to stem the nutcracker offensive of the American First and Third Armies. In one attack at Oberlon in the Aachen sector, headquarters said, the Germans lost 50 per cent or their effectives in casualties. Three other Xaxi thrusis south of Aachen were repulsed. No new enemy attacks were reported in the Nijmegen-Arnhem sector, where the weather was said to be "very bad." Ilriti-h Strike in Holland The German agency DNB reported powerful British attacks In two kcy sectors in Holland one against the new German line southwest of Arnhera and the other between the corridor and the sea south of Til-burg. Allied headquarters reported heavy fighting throughout the day north of Aachen, with fresh Allied gains made principally near ilerk-stein. Baltlcfront dispatches announced American capture of L'baeh. will inside the German frontier. High ground was gained north of Metx and slit-ht advances recorded in the Turnhout Canal area. f.1 "..' r lt tit 4'. . VI alone. Mrs. Charlotte Reed. Mioses Mary Katjierine Fullman. Violette ' ' J Riso and Camille Smith, were initiated Into the sorority. Each new . ffc'jWBiUII I'll ' member vas presented with a cor AS A TOO al U. S. Seventh Air Force Liberator bombers bead, fcr bom P1''?" sage from ber sponsor. Those attending were Mrs. Delia otuy 650 mile, from Tokyo, deadly P mccuT.cI. for Mrs. Dorothy Hild, and the hostess. The next meeting will be held October U with Mrs. Southard at her borne on Wbitcomb Ave. Universal Bunco Club Has Monday Evening Meeting Mrs. Anna Soyack was hostess Monday evening for the Happy Hour Bunco Club meeting held Monday evening at tbe Universal recreation center. A birthday party was enjoyed with bunco played. Winners in the bunco games were Mrs. Maggie Granger, bunco and travel; Mrs. Rosemary Searing, bunco; Mrs. Marion Shew, low. Mrs. Margaret Shew was a visitor. The next meeting will be held Monday evening with Mrs. Shew as hostess. a Mrs. Alice Morris. Mrs, John H. Morris and daughter of Springfield, III.. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Durham. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morris of De boo. Tbe muoiles were aroiJpea uj ec nKuia - u , c a winehart. patroness. Mrs. Dorothy tbe bue bombers. Official U. S. Army Air Forces pbota. Evinger. Mrs. Marian Clark, Mrs. Thelma Cutler. Misses Tegwith Hise, Margaret Griffiths. Joan Costa, Bar Quaker mum Mrs. Ella Youmans went to Indi bara Carrera, Marie Jones, Alice Drake, Kay and Frances Bierbraner. Loretta Devanis. Dorothy Mooney. Mrs. Joan Malone, Mrs. Clio King. Mrs. Charlotte Reed. Misses Cam-Ill Smith. Violette Riso and Mary Katberine Fullman. Tuesday Fortnightly Club. Mrs. BUncbe Flavor Sauces If you want to make your Spanish sauces have a rich cast, be sure to include ripe olives. Whole, chopped or pitted ripe olives, because they are rich in fruit oil, give a delectable flaor. anapolis Thursday and has accepted a position in the Girl's School. Strauss, on Clinton-Terre Haute Elmina Canada- was shopping In road. Members meet at the Clinton Danville and visited relatives in Georgetown, III. Tuesday. Hotel at 7 P. m. Bus will bring members back. 1 Mr. and Mrs. William A. Walthall. Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Smith visited Quit Antwerp Suburb Dreamland Pleasure Club Auxili ary, October lu. -Marie iim, catur. 111., visited r. ana Thursday with friends in Hulson-ville. 111. Notice! The CliatouUa Want Tour Sews. Flejne ("all Mis lar To Report Social Sews, rhoae 82 or S3. ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 Xorth 7th St. PHO.NE IS4-W GUARANTEED PERMAXENTS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nichols call Headquarters announcea uerman evacuation of the northern Antwerp suburb of Menem, previously reported in Allied bands. Prisoners taken at Le Havre. Calais and Boulogne number 28,000. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hill. R-1, Montezuma, - are tbe parents of twin boys born at the county hospital Saturday. Joseph Merle weighed three pounds and 12 ounces and Jerry Earl weighed four pounds and 13 ounces, TSgt. and Mrs. Leroy Hale, 447 Sycamore, are the parents of a daughter born at tbe county hospital Sunday. Tbe infant weighed eight pounds and four ounces and has not been named. Sergeant Hale is now stationed with tbe United .States Army in Xew Guinea. Mr. and Mrs. Edward La Roche. ed at tbe borne of their son, Cliff and family at Ridgefarm, III. Frank Morris of 3 Oak street, Sunday. I - - - j Mrs. Carl Miller went to India ria-Jpolis Friday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Miller. Sunday dinner (guests at the Miller home were Mrs. "C. Hammersley. Charles Buckle-, !cart Miller and Miss Dorothy Miller. z Red Cross Surgical Dressing. 1 p. m.-4 p. m. Alpha Club, Mrs. Clay Xeal South Sixth, 2 p. m. Wednesday Mothers Leisure Club, 7: So P- m. Mrs. Joe Gregory, 114 Xonb Ninth. Teachers and officers of First Christian Church meeting. 7:3 p. Ella Thompson visited Friday with ber niece, Mrs. Claud Galyen and family and cousin. Kosetla Sorouls at Georgetown. III. Vera Mae Black III nROPPINRAHANKIF I 312 8. Iia Phone 60 Mrs. Howard Smart left for Cal- nprriauxea tuur X) U"C a Permanent Wares 722 Mulberry street, are the parents m. at tbe cburcb. ,.r jtaiichfer born at the C0UMV Open Evenings A. B. C. Club, Mrs. Albert Hender-1 b Uil, jODday. Tbe infant weighed U. and Mrs. Layton M. Kelley of B:g Sprints. Tex. are spending bis furlough visiting their parents. Mrs. Veda Kelley of Harel Bluff and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wright of Clinton. Tbey plan to leave Monday. son. 7:3v V- m. I pounds and six ounces and bas Tempus rugit meet .no :iwn named Nancy Catbryn. Mrs. iiii.iii.il wginni sir - " is tbe former If-ss Cath I La Roche ifornia Wednesday to visit ber bus-band wbo is stationed there. Mrs. F. D. Cooke was confined to her home by illness last week. Rev. and Mrs. Smith were calling on Home Department members Saturday afternoon. Elmina Canaday called on Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Canaday. Mrs. Joe Youmans and family Saturday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. Smith called on Mrs. Ella Myers one day recently. t Dropping a hankie to get a beau is JS just about as outdated as not being sure of your dry-cleaning method. Why 1 1 1 1 A take chances with inferior methods II when you can send your garments to I I ' the Model and lie sure that you're getting nothing but the best quality-controlled, superior dry cleaning. Have four Clothe Dry Cleaned I The Model Way" I sistant hostess. Mrs. C. . Huxioro. ... Miss Rosenell Wallace spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Wallace, ifbe also spent a day with Mr. and Mrs. Isbmael Jr. devotions auo ... r. J( rr). Jvnkin, wo of Mr. and nmi. the topic r . . lMlti. f Bnth Fourth Friendly Bunco Club, 7:3 p. m..', street is at tbe Union Hospital re- bas"ment of Clinton Hotel, Mrs., Burgess of Saodytown. iMarsonne Mott. assistant bosU-ss. .ce.o6 " u- ulit,f i'nrtt T n m. K I p ijj.ii I Dom naisey oi bouio i mi of . . . . Fmhmiderv Club. Mrs. was admitted to tbe union nospiiai r, -;.. in. r. m ! at Terre Haute Monday aa a medi- MODEL CLEANER 32 South Main M"" Ol Womea Workers Secretary Perkins reports as of August, 1W3, that tbe working force in our factories is at the rate of Parke Homemakers Ec Club, Mrs. eal patient-Claude Newton, 11 p. m., Mr. Positive Relief for Stomach Sufferers HAP.Vr.T STOMACH TABLET is now available to you in Tablet form. For many years it was neeejosary to bate a DOfTOK'K Prescription to get tbe IIAKYEY KTOMACH TKEATMK.VT. This iMtCTOK" FOftMl'LA is guaranteed to relieve I'LCEK PAI and that acid. gassy, beleby, constipated, nervous and run-down condition, or your money back. Each box of HWSYEY TAft-LKTK contains a diet chart that points out tbe food tbat causes es-cwarfve gas; bloating, and stomach distress. Sold Exclusively By Powell's Pharmacy 129 South Main CLI.VTOX. INDIANA four women to one man. ... . ... . , i ij . , ii tiauae i iiuuiu, xis. ......... wwtw m w w - n r Un Martha Eup, Mecca and J Evelyn Shaw, assist- IO military iOt? ton and Mrs. ants. Covered 1 disn luneneon. I , . Surgical Dressing Set Up Otl Atlgattf; Mop Red Cross CLEARANCE! I Up Isolated Pelelia Foe Mrs. Ada Folk. 11S Miller street, were admitted to tbe county hospital Sunday as surgical cases. Doris Rose Cottrell. K. 4. Rock-ville was admitted to the county hospital Monday as a surgical ease. Mrs. Mary Vereolio. K. I. Mrs. Juanita Harris. R. . Rosedale and Mrs. Doilie Russell. Dana, were dis JO p. m. Women's Democrat Club, meet In back room of club room at 7:15 p. m. Men will meet in front room. TbursOsv PEARL HARBOR. Hawaii. Ame-j rican military government was holding sway today on Angaur Island in I BLACK JERSEY DRESSES $1.50 Pretty styles, nipped in gathered or pleated skirts. Circle 1. W8CS. regular meeting tb4 palau group while assault forces . al the church. 2 p. m. All ladies are . continued mopping up operations n- invited. I gainst isolated pockets of fanatical MISSKS and WOMEXS f. ALL WOOL X SKIRTS missed lrom tbe county hospital Monday. American Legion Auxiliary, 1-1 Japanese on Angaur and on Peleliu, gion Home p. m. installation oi i ,j, miles to the norm iii:i.v MESH HOSE 50c ' wV 4,98 't Act ion-loving all-around or box i. W'Jv plea's. Match tf-eui or mis them officers. All officers and chairman are urged to be present-Ladies Missionary Society of First Christian Cburcb. meet at tbe basement. 2: 20 P. m. Guest liay. A Pacific fleet headquarters communique revealing that American military government bad been established on Angaur Sept- 21. also disclosed tbat 1M.151 Japanese have the palaus and that Ladies Furnishing Society of the beeB killed in Lovely full fashion bose. Slim ankles. fine mesh i 1 .3f wi"h other sports wear. Tbe sea- I I vCy r'jU I' adinir colors. j 17 enemy prisoners have been tak Presbyterian Church, at the church," 2: SO p. m. I Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1-4 p. I CLOSING OUT SALE HVIVli KOLIi iH IS FARM. WE Wll-I. KKJX T IM I5I.M' Al fTIO AT K l:llr:'K MH-ATKM 4 MILK- (CH TH 'If SKsKMIIT, 2 MILK SMKTH tf HILlJMMLE. OX STATE KO.l THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1944 to.m A. M. 11 HEAD OF CATTLE Com aumber I. 2. ad to be ln-h la auiul-er 5. 7 aad U lie frr-li in V1, nmi namber 1 1. aad I" '' e frb ia le. aad imm. t'-mn better, weight about 40 Tlwe "" " bweraser aad Jer-r. Have beea selected aad ket for our fmnre en. Headquarters indicated that only sporadic resistance remains on the LEATHKK JACKETS $5.00 Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1-4 invaoed isiaoos ana i ' - ' ( natical enemy troops" are continuing ( (OMilt EXTTKMKi'T JT J SOFTIE BAR J . m. Red Cross Knitting 1 p. m.-4 p. m. Friday D. A. R., Mrs. Rose Johnson, 7; 20 Kineuiffeu , Pig grained leather, lining. to oppose tbe bard-cnarging Americans with small arms fire. GE.V. DOUGLAS MACARTHURS HQ.. New Guinea. Vicious new p. tn 1.49 77 DEB Club. Mrs. Jessie Richmond Modern Martha Sunday School aerial blows which shattered Japan- LINED JACKETS Class of tbe Methodist Church wilHese airfields In tbe heavily bombed Delionair curl toppers, cloud soft wool felt, in a Ur:-K variety of Celebes were revealed today by Gen- meet with Mrs. Clarence Wright. S2 $9.00 for the can pus crowd. lining. Dur- Heavy All Wool pile able Zelan finish. MlMtr-H Blaefcman street. 7:30 p. m. District convention of Women's Relief Corps Auxiliary meet with Auxiliary ol tbe Gn.nd Army of the Republic at tbe Memorial Hall in Terre Haute. HATIOMiD Children's Shoes Douglas MacArtbur. Continuing the devastating air bombardment which bas battered Jap positions in the Celebes for weeks. U. S. heavy bombers leveled a crushing assault at Menado airdrome, eratering the airstrip runway and kindling fires which sent smoke lrom burning enemy supplies a mile into tbe air. gt. Richard Wallace spent a fourteen day furlough with bis wife and son. Richard. He also visited bis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Wallace of North Main. He returned to Camp Steward, Ga, COLORFUL SWEATERS 2.S8 .ad 3.S8 Kitten-sfift all wools and silky uiiitures in popular puh-up-see-.e cardigans and slipovers. AImi dressy styles in cardigans, (jay colors. R9 ZO HEAD OF BOGS Z Red to farrow ia Vn lied .ill. Mtumt weight alot low poaad. 23 HEAD OF SHEEP 22 twes. 1 Hwi. 2 HEAD OF HORSES Smooth aauulb snare. cv-Miag year. old. Oood workers. HAY AND GRAIN tJiWt Ba. tatme ur rlkm t orn to be 111' ked aad rrOled 72 Bm. to the 1-u. 40U liu. Maftoa al. extra guod. HO liales "' Mraw, 4 Toa iTorrr aad TimMby May, 4 Ton Timothy Hay. IMPLEMENTS FarmaU Tractor. od iape ou rtber. ft. laadera ditr. 1 la. lateraaliuaal limking w. tnrtar robivalor. bun- cultivator. wacoa. rd gate nedr. twelve lle wbeat drill, lateraatiuual 1 It. pwwer talf off IrfadVT. narr hoe. rullipai krr. two liarrww. laleraatioaal drill ra filaater. ill fertiliser altamet. tm rod ibM-k wire. 2 gowd luunmer aiilU. maaare ireadr. one hurtr wbeat drill. 14 ia. walLiag brraLiug daw. ae bor- gardeu .bw. bay rake, power core belier. awulinr eagiae. mowing uawliiae. HararM, 2 sets leatnrr baran-M, 2 et 4taia hnsm, collars aad baiten. MISCELLANEOUS HUp rrafper. bone irou e-veaero. milk cart. ea Ht-tmL milk tSM, i rod 4ib kea win-. elf feeder. nos trough. 4U ft. eadlnst fa. hrtt. large caliaaised taak. oar addle, loo ft. bay rope. 4 urnac hay fork, bwu-lieriag fcetlle. t H rlertrb- rmun epartor. aew milk router, milk pail aad atrainer. oil barrel aad biek-l. grind atoae. oar lot av oufdar gale lumber, rad pun, oae lot of cat piue. oae lot of painl. one liae lalt aad lb-y, 13 toa more or lea of coaL aaaaaoaSJassaT& HOUSEHOLD GOODS Cheat of drawers, tied, spring, aad mattrrM. bed iaterfriaic asattm and priag- kil'bea aabiaet. Inmk rmmr. diaiag room table aad a chair. 2 raker, lunaae. Linfiea table. taad talilr. end table, t alrula. wsl2 wool rag. two oagoleum rag. kenMene two a ai ai l heater. iak aad ta?ile. bigb ibair. rook oe. pillow, bliad. ewfag mum tit'. Alladia uimp. olemaa bunp. floor lamo. tabb- bunft. two eiertrk broudeix good toaditioa, la afltle too aumerou to aanttiuu. uxsxss9ssnfaTmT ARCHIE MILLER, Owner FRIST JUST RECEIVED! $1.00 Novelty types. Odd lots, broken Sizes. CHILI KX' Sleepers 50c MfcV KXITTED Suspenders 25c Mens Ties 25c MenWeliJeIt$10c Baby Pants 10c Buttons 1c noma t Neckwear 50c Sport Coats $5 MLVS Corduroy Hats 75c 2 aad 3 li: Freighter nunk Xight reconnaissance planes at-taesing Jap shipping in the same area sank two small freighters of! the northern coast. Kendari airdrome rocked under a 4(-ton bomb assault a fighter escorted beavies slashed at Jap ground installations. Three of five Jap fighters which attempted interception were shot from the sky. and a Jap bomber attempting to land was downed in flames. Repeated neutralization raids a-gainst enemy installations in the Moluccas saw heavy bombers accompanied by attack and fighter bomber formations blister Ceram with fc& tons of high explosives. The airdrome, barraeiss and gun positions were hammered in the raid, and fighters strafed and severely damaged a l.t'O ton freighter and two eoastal vessels. Jap Haider Itepuheai In tbe Halmaneras. several Jap planes attempted to raid American snipping off Morotai Island. The raiders were driven off. and at l-ast one Jap plane was downed by Tank ground fire. NEW CURTAINS BOM.Y KAYS Marquisette Pairs 2.1 9 COTTOFI PRINTS 25c & 33c FUNERAL HOME DAY OR NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE PKOMI.IOd (tlTTOX Marquisette Pairs 1.98 1.98 Wfcile lJ bolts last! Floral patterns in small designs or in large colorful patterns. Fine quality cotton. 0 Net Panels 12 PIS. OM.Y PrisciUas MtlWM-tTTE AMi Lace Panels Cotton Batts 2.49 1.19 69c I'.tYOX JM'V' AKI Vnilted. Full Comfort Siie OiL. BI'wEXKAKK. Aartb, Korkville, lad. KAV PAW. Vrk 11' h will befterved. Camsasa Lav Marrtajea Common law marriages are rcc-ajaiad m the state of Pjnwsvivasi, ut retioaibie fur aeeidwl. C

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