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October 5, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Thursday, October 5, 1914. THE DA1LYI CLINTONIAN i Page Two PALACE THURSDAY AND FRIDAY In the I''ar I'ti't 11,so WIls emphasized by Secretary of the Navy James V. l.iiii'cRtal. who told reporters that Food Was Ready So hurriedly did Adm'.ral Byrd'S 1029 expedition to Little America leave there that pans of food were left on the stove. When they returned in 1U33, they lighted fires, warmed and ate the perfectly preserved contents of the pans. the "situation in China is not a hap IDU Flans Radio Talk Tonight, 2nd Of Campaign (Continued from Page One) py one". - Jap Sea Lines Under US Sea, Air Assaults "I v (Continued trom page 1) personal attack on Mr. Roosevelt's record if the President touches off another slugging match by speaking In the same vein at his first campaign speech. Truman Tour (Hi As the President prepared for tonight's talk, Sell. Harry S. Truman of Missouri, his running-niate, announced au S.OilO-niilo coast-to-coast swing, with four nationally broadcast speeches enroute. Starling at New Orleans Oct. 11. Truman's trip will take him to the west coast and back through the midwest 4o Boston Oct. 28. Concrete Highway May Be Routed Through Newport (Continued from pace 1) IiiB for a return eiiKageinent t li Ik time. By disposing ol' Ills tax speech before leuving New York tomorruw for Charleston, V. Va., the governor left himself free to swing back ut the President. The Republican candidate is prepared to turn his Saturday night address at Charleston Into another Valley Council of the Hoy Scouts of America and Rulph Adams, Koy ThroK fwr Scran Into th FlKhtl Kussell and Wilson Dwigglna to maintain the fire truck for the next two weeks. Much discussion was given to the BUY AND HOLD coming War Fund Drive, of which WAR BONDS John I'ickell is co-chairman for the sun MAID RAISINS three north townships of the county, Vermillion township's quota is 500, or more than $1 per capita. Irene Manning, Jane Wyniim, .lurk Carson in n comedy scene from their latest picture, ".Make lour Own Hod," with Alan Mule, tieol-RC Tubus. ' '' ' 15 Oz. Box 15 County Gas Fund Check Shows $2,000 Increase ddnbM Oie dlBtiinrp supplies must travel lo reach forward hum'" used b MJ. Oen. Chemmults daring airmen. The base at Kwellln. which wns recently dismantled by American forces In the face of the advancing Japanese Army, Is only 400 miles from the eastern China ulr bases, line Rnnming Kunming, which will now have to be used In Its stead, Is In western China 800 miles from Chennault's sphere of activity. The distance from Kunming to eastern China Is near the extreme range of the B-24 Liberators. i The Japanese, In cutting off the eastern China bases, the spokesman aid, have enormously increased the expense and complicated the problem of supplying the 14th Air Force. In effect, the Japanese belt across the heart of China gives American transport planes a second "hump" over which they must fly. The Spokesman declared, however, that despite the Increased difficulties Vital 14th Air Force operations against Japanese shipping would continue. Gravity of the American position Even though there is tire and gas Perrysville, Cayuga OES Chapters EATMORE OLEO rationing and it is believed that there are not many cars on the road tills year as there were last, the Hold Joint Inspection, Initiation VITAMIN KMiK HKI) Lb. quarterly state distribution of the gas tax fund proves this to be Mrs Ainrifarct Malone has receiv 17c Only 2 Points ed word from her son, Corporal Wesley Malone, that he has been transferred from Camp Grant, Illi- ..rtla Vnri T.wi Washington. The gas fund check which was received by the Vermillion County Au ditor, Ira J. Church, this week a-mounted to approximately $2,000 Sgt. Robert Farnsworth of Okla more this year than It did last year at this same time. The $18,271.90 check was turned over. to the county treasurer, Karl Dickeu, Mr. Church said. Mil m i mm mm with COUPON FROM FILLSB!1RY'S BEST FLOUR 25," Si-15 CLABBER GIRL BAKING POWDER The gas fund tax is used to keep . lira ROGER'S' COUNTRY CLUB up the county roads with only a SODA CRACKERS small proportion being kept by the state for the 4-epair and upkeep of Joint inspection of Perrysville and Cayuga Chapters of OES was held at the Perrysville Masonic Jiall Wednesday evening. Preceding the inspection a dinner was served by the United Bretlireu ladies. Perrysville chapter gave the opening with Worthy Matron, Ruth Fox and Worthy Patron, Homer Fox, presiding. The Worthy Grand Matron, Mrs. Mildred Smith.: was escorted east by Jane Warnick and Karen Ross, portraying primitive and present life on the Wabash. Karen Ross represented the Indiana niuiUui.uid,Jane Warnick the ii(aitlep otf tb(ln.tfn:t of the escort wits' given' for the Worthy Grand Patron, Gerald Sewcll. Two candjjliitfij fori taken! into the order, .the Were- Mr! ' cjnd.M'd Lewis Mayer of 1'errysvllle. Presiding in the east during, iuilialion were Worthy Matron, Lucy. Gillis and Worthy Patron, Lane Clark or Cayuga. Distinguished guests were Past Worthy Grand Matrons, 'Hazel . Thorn pron Coats, Nelle Johnson Ruth'. L. Morris and Past Grand Patron, Urn fee- the state roads in Indiana. t homa spent a few days visiting wiui his brother and wife; Mr", and Mrs. Charles Fartisworth; S" Mrs. Alina Pricheft, fbritferly 'Anna Mae Dillman, and Miss" Jackie Dillman of Jeffersonville: ' are' Here vlslling Mr. and Mrs. "Wllm'bnte DeVerter and Mrs. Jaiilfl' Juliktl. : The Dillmans are former residents of Ca' ;yuga. '' ' '''' , ' " 1 ' ' Mrs. Jenks Millikift of Indianapolis spent last week here visiting heV flints, Mrs. Nlntt Bamst'atrd-Mre. Clara McCansd. ' ' '"' '' ' ''' ' ; Mrs. Chester WinCllHl '06 Marion; Indiana' visitetl here hrtit week-'with-her sister and brotTioh' Miss Clara Carsnian und Henry Carsman. Miss Laura Ellis of Missouri came mnwiiiv fur n visit, wilh her parents, lb.; 16c I f L . fT",Hl IMFWiS IMPROVED Worry of FALSE TEETH ; ; . Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarMMiwl by Iookp fnlsc teeth' - slipping, ; druiipiiiff or walililinfi whea-J-ou eat, talk or laugh. Just sprto-Me a little FASTKHTH on your plates. Xsls lileassnt powder glvog a remnrk-ftkla. Sfiiinf jot, atlil;U comfort nlul security by -iiolillne pimps luuro firmly. No (infamy, gooex. past? taste or focllug. It's alkaline .(Dnn-uclil). (Jot KAHTKKTH any drug store. Clergy of Almanacs I . i J ltIPEH -ASD FRESHER f( .i-IirrEkUuiive "2 ih 1" pack 1 till .-'! Among the ancient Greeks and Romans, almanacs or . calendars were not writtep for the1 public but 2 Ca" 230; ' : '..i-.rii were preserved . as part of the III esoteric learning of the priests. HOT-DATED COFFEE 3 Bag 59 SPOTLIGHT From where I sit ..Jy Joe Marsh -(si- EVAP.MILK 'Mr. and Mrs, jfl'orge Ellis and family. Mrs. Mary Holroyd and daughter i Lviimr Kimiii Kiinilav with their son gar. Grand officers present were COUNTRY CLUB CHOICE MICH. Jans 28C & 46s Madge Carwey, Grand Electa; L'lin-ne Clark, Grand Ruth; Loreuo Es and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Newton .. ... r-r..,,.r....-lucilln NAVY BEANS Words That Roll Off Your Tongue sex, Grand Adah and Wilburla. Scud I Mrs. Jennie Shirk returned Wed- der. Grand Organist. Guests were present from Terre Haute, Itiea., Lb. lur PEANUT BUTTER nesuay iu nei ihmih. uiui. ... . spending sV-Alal weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Lee'Mmef 'and Mr. ind Mrs. Kyle Porter. ' - 1 i...i(.,.-n;iV tn- ihc 'servicemen will Veedersburg, Clinton, Brazil, Windfall, Otterhuin, West Lebanon, Vin-cennes, Covington, Kingnia'i and Cross Roads of America Dana and Danville, Sidell, illlinois. rbe observed at: thoMiristian (,'liurcli WITH " PURCHASE OF I ONLY 21c Sunday ofi'-Stll.',Eacit; second Sunday 'of the mtilit1!! le(lers!are atldres-sed ltnd sMit- lb live feiMicemoni. . iu..,. OQ-(ri-,lni-ii-i(iuiae Mudisnn. Jar A reception was given by Cayuga Order of the Eastern Star Wfdiy'H-day evening; at the Cayuga Masonic Halt in lioiiQr.pf: Mrs. Leoljne f'lalk, Grand Ruth of' the Indiana' tlia'nd Chapter Order of the Eastern Star. KROGER'S COUNTRY CLUB SODA CRACKEHS APPLE BUTTER ni A nil nnrin vitamin After all, it just comes down to having respect for other folKs' rights. I don't mean just in the big things like maybe what political party a fellow belongs to. But in the little things, too, like having a glass of beer occasionally. Seems to me if every time we n)oke about tolerance we thought about "W!ar It nit-ans-? mnybe then we'd alltf us- start-living it and not Just talking jjndianav pt the Wtod-wtth Mr.' 4fc 1111, Ji A Fresh! Crisp! 1 BC Ed Hodges and the doctor were holding forth about how words only mean something when you think about them; and that a lot of words seem to lose their leaning just because they're used too glibly. - An the doctor put It, "They roll off your tongue without going through jour mind. Take .tolerance for instance ... some of the people who use it most understand it least." ' From where I sit, it looks like the doctor is right. But tolerance is mighty easy to understand. EN RICH ED J. Loaves i and 'Mrs-.-'-llusseiri'McCinin. Mrs. Kirkham ids ft'tjedom-r tu' Hie local 'bciiOols lHW-jrt'atJsT te .-::';!' ' About one hundred twenty-rive were present. A program entitled .'.'Swing-. 'Inikton's 'Slar"''wos given 'by. the' ..... hjirf ScoutsTiiid thirelcoine-wnirglv-' about it. Dewv -Wails FDK Talk Before Planning Moves , (Oontlmien F 'm. Page I) en by the Worthy Matron, Lucy Gillis. Refreshments of punch and wafers were served. G. A. A. initiation parly of the high school was held Monday evening at the school building. There were eighteen new members' present. The initiation was perl'orm-; ed by a candle lighted ceremony', ile- Copyright, 1944, Brewing Industry Foundation No. 97 of a Series ' ' Of'V' FANCY CALIFORNIA :$L TOKAY MM GRAPES siieech lo bl'iUR into their fold a i.'. .,,'i,,. nl .,,1,'w.m in Hint fresliments were ice cream antt cake. The officers for this year are as fol iiiikc iiunvnt v. . ... i Kiaiai and In -..Pennsylvania. Tliey ex LIVELIER... LONGER (&BVEAQ ALL-WEATHER BATTERY lows: Genevieve Curtis, president; Maxine Holycross, vice president; Margie Edwards, secretary - measurer. The Dramatic Club has this year an enrollment of thirty-four students. At the first meeting this year pect Governor Dewey will deal at some length with labor problems in his Charleston talk. Public reaction to governor's radio talk Tuesday night, in which he called for post-war tax reductions affecting millions of tax payers, was described by his aides today as "excellent." the following officers were elected: PRICED FROM President, Genevieve Curlis; vice president. Robert Dickerson; secre Juicy Tender Clusters $7.K( I To Visit .Midwest The governor will return to New I '15' tary. Millicenl King; treasurer, Jacqueline Hathaway; point committee members, Barbara Carter and Don-nis Stark. Teachers surBwifieink 'the club are Miss Hopkins, sponsor and HEAD LETTUCE, Solid, Larj;e 12e York for two or three days next week to register aiul' meet with Republican leaders, after which he may swing into the Middle West. His ru, tcnfi-hitiH tnni; Ir slated fot late Head lou need a battery witn xtra energy and stamina, these days when you're driving less. Be sure of starting power and staying power , . . with a rugged, long-life Goodyear All-Weather Battery. Capacity greater than most original equipment batteries. Guaranteed 15 months or 15,000 miles. r-Lbs, Miss Schwab, advisor. The club plans to Rive two evenings of one-act. Mays NEW APPLES, U. S. t) Lbs. Q"l No. 1 Grimes Golden $ ml Q SEEDLESS ORANGES jT Lbs. JTC-Calif. Simkist - All Sizes U CELERY, Crisp, Large f A- Michigan-Tender .Stalk lUb Crisp GO Size -1 YAMS, Forfo Rieans, Delicious Candied 1 ONIONS, Fancy '' 3:i'"' 25c (October and 'curly November, with tlii semester, the first to be given Orroher 25tft." ; v. Mrs. -Myrtle Dale lias rer-elvod tor 39e word frpm hor daughler-ln,-law, Mrs. .rn t GREEN CABBAGE 50 Lb. t.he last lew nays or me rawiMwii .devoted to an Intensive drive, for Hie 47 electoral votes of ( his "home I1"0:- -..' '.., ",; ' i'lON ItOl'TB WITH. Gb..,BRij.'Kl-1R. -r- Gov. Johp W. llticker of Selected Yellows IOTAl OES v " .T.II.'l.l Max 'Duly, iliat she has received me Purple -'Heart which was awarded to Max. He was wounded July 12th In France and later returned to Hur V Specia ial for making Kraut - Buy Now!-: TT-fTT lllio (Ulllieu jus miini-iiMi ,--.v i.i-inv nfter u fiirbting sneecli in St.! ls) ud 'for hospitalization. He has re l-'ra.ii-rs ' CATSUP OXYDOL or DUZ turned to combat duty with his company somewhere in France. Private PANCAKE FLOUR Country Sr!f Ivisin' 5 ill';. 26s l.nrx' Mi iTArfrAn BATTERIES I8c 1 1 i .. liutllr Dale entered the service Oct. 2-1. 1!H3 and lias been overseas Biuce May. v Mrs. W. J. DeVerter of Kingman Lb. PURE Open spent Wednesday and Thursday ol Louis in which lie challenged the New Deal on three issues "which it cannot escape." Attack I DIt Rule In one of his most sweeping attacks against the Roosevelt administration, the Republican candidate lor vice-president listed these Issues as Its rise lo power "by granting special favors to special groups." lis "lung record of broken promises" and its leadership "away from the American principles of government." IkVIU L fl 1 1 U Ket ( le Kcmlcrcu lasl week visiting Mr. and Mrs. 1 1-innnle DeVerler. She also attended 15c 27c 25c OTHER lW wr - rfl alert, dependable Goodyear There', a powerful, alert, c i P varie,y W?10" on, with a long-mileage ol pneesvery o GUARANTEE. , ! TuTcK-CHAROE SERVICE the Eastern Star Inspection and re-rrptlon while here. ... ( HUCK ROAST, Lb. Grade "A" (Jiiiilily S Points VEAL ROAST, Lb. Fancy Grade "A" Shoulder Point Free GROUND BEEF, Point Free, Lb. Fresh Ground for Loaves or Patties Mr. anil .Mrs. Raymond Alice and daughter Marjoric bad s dinner guests Sunday Mr. anil Mrs. Preston 1 25c NECK BONES. Small. Lb r Alice ol Sidell. 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent VanSiint of Danville, III.. Mr. and Mrs. Vern VanSant and Miss Virginia VanSant. f KROGER'S iZ?ri) 9c Lean and Meaty Point Fret! i .too in and our , ' ,;, guaranteed M$K Ul. and pep-w VITAMIN CAPSULES' H & G WHITING Lb Or Jack Salmon Fish BONELESS PERCH Lb. Really Delicious - Get Sonic Now! lift ill K e tat 15c 32c 40e 50c 18e 19 BUT WAH IONDS Unit for unit NONE FINER! IMoneer Helt Township Resident Dies Monday Mrs. Joseph W. Porter. SO. of Helt township, died at her home last Mondav, Sept. 27. Burn Feb. 15. 1SC4, Mrs. Porter, known to her friends as Nellie, was the daughter of Henry and Sarah Catherine Jordan. On Feb. 15, 1887, she was united in marriage to Joseph W. Porter. Her entire life was siient in Helt township. For sixty years. Mrs. Porter was a member of the Bono Methodist Church. She is survived by the husband: three daughters. Mrs. Victor Randolph of Clinton; Mrs. Lee Porter of Cayuga: Gladys Porter of Washington. D. C: one son. Ward L. Porter of Clinton: and four grandchildren. Dorothy Lou. Helen Lee and David Worth Porter, and Blaine Randolph, somewhere in France wilh the U. S. Army. .iur fo Heirs Lb. 1 Lb. Rolls Lb. 3BOXES$1.39(90Copsules) ONLY 1 CATFISH, Channel Full Dressed ROLL CHILI For Delicious Chili BOIL BEEF, Lean m 10W COST. . HIGH VAU1E AN OFFICIAL TIRE INSPECTION STATION Drive In For CURB SERVICE Friday thru Sunday TUYOUR SANDWICHES FRENCH FRIES ICECREAM COFFEE SOFT DRINKS SPEED-GRILL DRIVE-IN SUPER AD3!3 i NINTH & BOGART M0BILGAS STATION JOE GIACOLETTO MRKET Geographical Puzzls A plane leaving Africa for is nearer Maine than Florida,

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