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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Page Three, THE DAILY CLINT OftlAN Thursday, October 5, 1944. raid, following a Saturday assault by 60 heavy American Liberator bombers, claimed that "only slight Japanese Dead in U.S. Conquest of Palau Set Over 10,000 Mark Newport Literary Club Holds First Fall Session; Church Croups Meet damage'' resulted from the latest at tack carried out Tuesday. (Continued from page 1) The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Valnette Adams with Mrs. M. C. Wiggins re Detroit War Work Resumed as CIO Votes Strike Halt Brother of Former Local Woman Wounded in Europe JIKgt. George Campbell, husband of Mrs. George Campbell, Fleetwood, I'a. and brother of ill's. 'Harriet Snow, South Bend, Ind., formerly of Clinton, was wounded In atiou in Germany and is now stationed in a hospital in England, according to wold received by Mrs. Snow. Master Sergeant Campbell has been Willi Gen. Pulton's Third Army in his march through France and Germany. He has receiwd several ciiutiotis among tlieni tire (he Purple Heart iyid Hie Hnnize til nr. lor bravery beyond the line of duty. In one of his letters he suited that he hadn't had hi" shoi'H nit tot-five weeks at it lime. Before entering Hie I'. S. Army-he was a student al Indiana State Teachers College. (Contlnnsd from page 1) Today's session was a continuation of that meeting. Heulher and oilier 1'AW officials made vigorous efforts to end Hie Mrs. Fred SaaderB, who is at the head of the primary department, prepared a program for the evening which consisted of a song by Anna Lou Asbury accompanied at the piano by Mrs. John Pickell; a reading by Shirley Russell; a clarinet trio by Barbara .Stewart, Barbara Adams and Marilyn Kersey; piano solo, Ann McMasters; two piano solos, Peggy Ann Foob; and a-solo by Barton Youmans accompanied by his mother at the piano. . . Refreshments . were . served to those present by a committee of three, Mrs. W. C. Myers, Mrs. John W. Carithers and Miss Mary A. Ship-man. . - ; (i'.-i:... ; ,i i . Mr. and Mvs'JjL. R. Swingle of Perrysville were the Sunday dinner guestB of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Barker of Newport' three weeks ago Sunday. The next Sunday they spent with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gressmire of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nesbitt and two sons, Claude and Herman Nesbitt and families of New Richmond, Ind., and Mr. and MrB. Charles Parker of Veedersburg, Ind., were Sunday dinner guests df Miss D. Grace Rheuby of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kersey and family of Newport spent Sunday in Greencastle, Ind., visiting Mrs. Kersey's .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Plummer. A dinner was held to celebrate the 47th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Plummer. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crooke of La ily damaged 1 1 enemy vessels in the Philippines. Celebes and Moluccas. Gen. Douglas MacArtlnir announced today. The Ceram-Amboina area in the lower Moluccas suffered the heaviest blows against shipping as fighter-bombers destroyed four small Jap freighters. The fighter - bombers swept inland utter their si like on shipping in Ambon Bay and bombed airport runways on Centm. Heavy bombardment formations roared over the Ceram-Anibotna nr-ea. smashing Laha and Haroekoe airdromes with B5 tons of high explosives. Air patrols making coastal sweeps against the Islands hit Jap buildings, coastal installations and small shipping. Air attacks against Jap positions in the Halmahera area sank a schooner and damaged enemy occupied villages. A single Jap plane dropped bombs, without damage, on American positions in a dawn raid. strike, as the walkout spread to additional war plains, halting the flow of war supplies to the armed forces. Pl'OMidents 'flldemn Hll'lke Presidents of 15 1'AW-CIO locals fpnresentinir 1100.000 workers Issued The history, people and government of Alaska wore discussed by Mrs. Nella M. AVait at the first meeting of the Delphian Literary Club held at the home of the president, Mrs. Hertha Kills, last Thursday evening. The review was taken from the book, "Aluuku," written by Merle Colby. The program committee of the Delphian society, Mrs. Elsye E. Jones, Mrs. Wait, and Miss D. Grace Rheuby, have chosen as the club's course of study this year "Alaska," and "They Shall Not Sleep," written by Leland Stowe. At Christmas time, Mrs. W. G. Parrett will review the book, "Women of the Bible," for the club. A long business meeting was held by the club members at which time they discussed last year's business as well as taking up the business of the coming year. Current events were given for responses. Mrs. Dora Harger, who was appointed by the club president to attend the County Council meeting at the Collett Home near Cayuga last Monday, gave an interesting discussion of the meeting-Mrs. Joe Potts was welcomed in viewing the next chapters of the book, "Alaska." Mrs. Wiggins will discuss the natural weath, commerce, transportation, communication and natural defense of the territory. Those present ut the meeting were, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Hlltrude Dudley, Mrs. Ella P.Hall, Mrs. Harger, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Parrett, Mrs. I'otts, MrB. Wait, Mrs. Wiggins, Miss D. Grace Rheuby, the hostess. Mrs. Ellis, and two guests, Miss Estella Nesbltt of New Richmond, Ind., and Miss Mickey Van Sickle. Mrs. Joe Potts, Mrs. Ella P. Hall and Mrs. W. C. Myers were hostesses to the Eelecta Sunday School Class of the Methodist Church Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Myers. Twelve members and two guestB enjoyed the carry-in-supper at 6:30 after which the president, Mrs. Otis Watson, presided over the business meeting. Mrs. Potts had charge of the devotions and read the first chapter of Proverbs and an article, "Brighten the Corner Where You Are." Mrs. Hall had charge of the Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pearman were, Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Baird and daughters, Doris and Martha, and son, Sidney, Mr. and Mrs. Seib Pearman and family, Kathryn Solars and sdn, Sammy, Mrs. Ola English, Mrs. Lewis Baird and sister, Margie Holycross, both of Cayuga, John Moore and family, Jim Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meschen and children and Ned Crowder and family of Kingman. Mr. and Mrs. T.oy Shadley and Miss Lois Pearman of south of Ly-ford spent Monday evening with Miss Pearman's parents and brothers all of Newport . Mrs. Grace Davi returned to her home In Newport Saturday after spending a week with her son. Attorney Samuel B. Davis and family. Claude Nevins and Roy Cramer, both of Newport, spent Friday in Terre Haute visiting Mrs. Lydla Foos, a former resident of this city. While there they went shopping and attended a, movie. Mrs. Ruth Swingle and children, Charley and Mary Martha, are vlBtt-ing with her husband's parents, Mr., and Mrs. L. R. Swingle of Perrys-ville. Mrs. Stanley M. Hollingsworth and sons, Dale and Harold, were Sunday evening guests of Mrs. Gladys D. Hollingsworth and family of this city. Mrs. Martha Sutliff, formerly Miss Martha Gressmire of this city, is now employed at the Wabash River Ordnance Works. Her husband is stationed at Independence, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hanmore visited with1 relatives t Champaign and Ur-banai ill., Monday. They spent Tuesday in Homer, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cramer and daughter, Connie, visited in Newport Sunday, with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cramer. Mr. and Mrs. James Holden of Silverwood, Ind., spent Thursday a statement today condemning the RtrikerK' action as "irresponsible" and serving "neither our country's nor our union s interests. Although they expressed sympathy with the maintenance workers' griev ance and attacked the WLB's wage Throw Your Scrap Into the Fight! 1iuickrelief1from" Symptoms ef Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS due to EXCESS ACID Free BookTeH s of Home Treatment that Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing Over two million bottloaof tlieWILLABD TBKATMJi NT have been iold for relief of ymptomsof (list ross aming from Stomach and Duodenal Ulcars duo to Eicettt Acid Poor Digestion, Sour or Uptct Stomach, Gasalfuss. Heartburn, Sleeplestneu, etc.. due to Excets Acid. Hold on lei days' trial I Ask for "Willard'a Mdssage" which fully eiplaiflfl this treatment free at MJ.I.IS ljl.WOIAt V . ...lt.i l0i Kl.'lS I'll AKAl Af Y' . t(('( bracket system as "grossly unfair, the Dresidents said they "were unit ed in our determination to uphold the no-strike pledge" and urged the men to return to work immediately. NEW YORK, N. Y. The Jap-controlled Netherlands East Indies oil storage center of Balik Papan. on the Island of Borneo, was blasted in a new assault by some 40 large Allied planes, the Japanese Domei a-gency reported today. The enemy account of the new to the club making a total of 14 The entertainment. members in the organization. Whale Meat in Dog Food Whale meat is used in cat and dog foods in this country, and in Japan it is used lor human consumption. Those present were, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. E. S.' Eggleston, Mrs. Ellen Johnson, Mrs. -Hall, Mrs., president, Mrs, Ellis, appointed Mrs. Parrett to act'ias - reporter fof ;the, club during the present year, and Mrs,: Mortimer , ewi$; rts the war work correspondent. ' '; V Following the business meeting and .the book review by Mrs. Wait, the hostess served refreshments 'to' eleven members and two; gutite,, t fayette, Ind., were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Beulah Cblpps of Newport. Evening callers were, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Mitchell and Mrs. Robert Cannon and Bon, Billy, all of Ridgefarm, 111. Mrs. Florence Davis and son, Carl, accompanied by her nephew, Bobby Cashen of Chieago, were the" guests of Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Swingle of Perrysville. ' ;.. Miss Annabeth ThemaB of Evans-ville, Ind., spent several days this week with her aunt, 'Mrs. M. C. Wiggins and family. Miss Thomas has accepted a position in the county hospital at Clinton. 1 BETTER VALUES Potts, Mrs. Fred Sanders, Mrs. Flora' Stewart, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Ada Wright, Mrs. (.race Park; Miss 0. Grace Rheuby, Mrs. Myers and the guests. Mrs. Edith Gosnell and Mrs. liolliej Hegarty. ' Sunday dinner guests of -Mrl and Mrs. )ee Peannan of Newport were, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Crowder, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stonebraker and family and their daughter-in-law and son, Michael, all of Kingman, Ind., Miss Marie Doan and Miss Dorothy Carroll, both of Mecca, Mrs. Leatha Cox and son, Paul Mills of iKing-raan, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller and Angline Johvonavich of Blan-ford and Jack Henry of .near New I - with Mr. and Mrs. Clair Smith and small son, Bobby. Russell Cox, a former resident of Newport but who is now employed in Chicago, spent the weekend visiting friends in this eity. Rawleigh W. Rheuby of Bei Mrs. Virgil Nichols, Mrs. Lester and Mrs. Robert J. Rose shopped in Many Never ' Suspect Cause Of Backaches This Old Treatment Of ten Brings Hippy IWirf When disorder of kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain in your blood, it rosy cause nagging backache, rheumatic pains, leg pains, toss of pep sod energy, getting up nights, swelliog, puffiness under the eyes, headaches and dizziness. Frequent or scanty passages with smarting and burning sometimes shows there is something wrong with jour kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! Ask your druatdst for Doan's Pills, used successfully by millions for over 40 years. They five happy relief and will help the !5 miles of kidney tubes fiuBh out poisonous waste from your blood. Get Doan's rills. Danville, 111., last Monday afternoon mer, Ala. spent the weekend with his aunt, Miss D. Grace Rheuby of Newport. Mr. Rheuby was enroute to Chicago where he will attend the Mrs. Millie Sanders of Clinton spent Friday evening in Newport visiting Mickey Van Sickle. port. The occasion was to celebrate the home-coming of the two Pear-man twins, Sergeants Ora and Lora. The two boys have just returned from England. Mrs. Roy Cramer spent Thursday There's a bumper crop of BIG FOOD VALUES waiting for you at The Market Basket a harvest of savings in every department. They're easy pick-in's, too, because our shelves, tables and cases are filled with your favorite quality foods . . . clean, neat displays that invite you to fill your entire order in the least time . . . with the least trouble . . . AT THE LEAST COST. Better buy at The Market Basket for better buys always! national safety council. Mrs. Gladys Hollingsworth, Mrs. Wilson Dwlggins and daughter, Janet, and Mrs. Maynard Hollingsworth, all of Newport, and . Mrs. visiting relatives in Lodl. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Foos and Blanche Walworth of Cayuga were daughter, Peggy Ann, Ann McMast-ers and Roy Bush, all of this city, attended a movie in Clinton Sunday. guests of Mrs. Charles Stewart of Covington, Tuesday. ,i Mrs. Grace Dooley, Mrs. Maude Mr. and Mrs. , Jay Short .of Ter Nevins and grandson, Jimmy Dulger, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adams and fam ily, all of Newport spent Sunday 19c afternoon in Clinton. GRAPE JELLY 12 WELCH'S PURE Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Flowers of Terre Haute were Sunday dinner IfjV . tit i. re Haute entertained several guests with a dinner at their cabin south of Newport Sunday. Those present were, Mrs. Belle Hegarty, Mrs. Joe Potts, Miss Blanche Eggleston, Miss Maude Morgan and Mr. Short's mother, Mrs. Adie .Short. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Southard, and granddaughter, Nancy Roberts, of Terre Haute, were afternoon guest-- Members of . the Queen, Esther Sunday School cfass'of the Metho-, guests of their daughter, Mrs. John White and husband. . . . Mrs. C. E, Beebee returned to her BACON home in Newport Wednesday after P'nut Butter s&w 1 Lb. Jar 32c NEW PACKS OF S . and W FINE r , FOODS HAVE JUST ARRIVED Med. Size Sweet" PEAS 20 oz. can 18C S and W Light Sweet CHERRIES 52c Royal Anne 30 oz. can dist Church of Newport held their regular monthly ' meeting at the home ot Mrs. WUnia Lewis; Tuesday night. "V spending several days with , her son, C. T. Evans and family of Indianapolis Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Rose of west of Newport were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Keene and daughter, Mrs. Robert J. Rose, of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dalby of near Oakwood, 111., spent Wednesday night with Mrs. Ada Wright of Newport. Miss Lucille Hunt and Miss Fran A covered-dish -dinner was enjoy ed by six of the members.' Those SPINACH Regal 18 0z Can present were. Miss Mary A. Ship- KINGAN'S RELIABLE BACON is a boon to any meal! You can serve it 'round the dock for there's no end to its uses. Its fine, nut like flavor and appetizing; goodness add to die taste of the food it is served withj Yes KINGAN'S RELIABLE BACON with its flavor, surely rates the family's everlasting favort KINGAN & COj man, Mrs. Ellen ABDury, Mrs. j. in. Jones, Mrs. Fern Hollingsworth, Miss Blanche Eggleston and the hostess, Mrs. Lewis. Mrs. William Rein spent Monday S & V APRICADE Apric we. 12 Oz. Can 1 3 ces James, Dotn or uunion, spent Tuesday evening in Newport visit ing Mickey Van Sickle. Mr. and Mrs. John Park of New port spent Saturday in Terre Haute. Indianapolis, Indiana Mr. Park attended the Indiana State football game. Keith Youmans of Newport and SUNBRITE Cleanser 3 i.r 14c S and W APRICOT JAM "It's Different" 2 lb. jar 52c Palmdale Halves Unpeeled In Syrup APRICOTS Large 30 oz. 38C Homer Fox of Perrysville attended i ; the dedication services of the Ter re Haute airport Tuesday afternoon. Miss Mary A. Shipman of Lafay ette Is visiting this week with Mrs. Margaret Conley of Newport. I IILItltl DAC0H Georgia Russell of Clinton spent Monday in Newport visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guilliams. in Clinton shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Youmans and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Youmans Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stewart were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Layman of Hymera, Ind. William Rein, who fs employed at the DU Pont plant at Hanford, Wash., is spending his vacation with his wife and son, Bill, of Newport. Mrs. D. B. Hurd, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. W. G. Parrett, returned to her home in Newport this week after spending the past week in Ur-bana. 111. Mrs. David Volk and Mrs. Robert Cannon, and son, Billy, all of Ridgefarm, 111., spent Wednesday with Mrs. H. Milton Crooke of Newport. Mrs. Ralph Adams and two daughters, ' Barbara and Janie, and Mrs. Sam Stewart ' and daughter, Barbara, spent Saturday afternoon in Terre Haute shopping. Mrs. R. F. Cashen and sons, Dick and Bobbie recently returned to their home in Chicago after spend Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nelson of In SSALAWI Ha - Whole" n.;: 29o MEATY SPARE RIBS lb. iOc dianapolis spent Wednesday in New port visiting friends. - Mrs. Thelma Burgs and daughter. Buth Elinor, of Newport, spent Sun day afternoon in Terre Haute. Horace Jenkins of Danville spent Tuesday night with Attorney and Grade "A" Beef nUi.nl KSnnofr ,h f0 Mrs. M. C. Wiggins and family. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mitchell of 5 Points FLOUR SPECIAL! 51?. Newport spent Tuesday in Rldge-farm, 111. Regular meeting of the Fortnight ing the summer with Mrs. Cashen's Sausage - 37 SWIFT'S SMOKED parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Swingle of Perrysville. u ( Mrs. C. E. Davis and son, Carl. CHILI ROLL 30c and nephew, Bobby Cashen, returned to their home in Chicago after spending a week with Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Swingle f Perrysville. ly Bunco Club was held at the home of Mrs. Iva Brazeal near Cayuga last Friday evening. Mrs. William Rein acted as assistant hostess. Bunco was played with prises going to Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart, high; Mrs. Flossie Holtsclaw, travel; Mrs. Brazeal, bunco; and Mrs. Oressa Ingram, low. Following the games, the hostess served delightful refreshments to the eleven members and one guest, little Dickie. Stewart, who were present. Those attending wsre, Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Holtsclaw, Mrs. Ingram, Mrs. Mary Adams, Mrs. Paul Grum-tey, Mrs. Virginia. Youmans. Mrs. Grace Youmans. Wrs. Orpha Stewart, Mrs. Grace Dooley and the two -hostesses, Mrs. Rein and Mrs. Brazsal. with this coupon when you buy a 25-lb. bag of ff llsbunf Best flour ?t-Ground Beef 28c Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Congle-ton of Cayuga were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Adams. Their, son, Billy Congleton. who is a bombardier and stationed across seas, has just completed his thirty missions and is on hie way home, according to a cablegram received by his parents. VeaIlBireascrac,eA ,b Boiling Beef lb. 19c Grade "A" - Plate Members of the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist Church who had birthdays falling in the last quarter of the year were honored at a birthday party at the church last Thursday Vermillion Township Red Cross Pleads lor Knitters Knitters to make a dozen pair of gloves for the locaf fed cross chapter are urgently needed, Mrs. H. S. Hawkins, knitting chairman of the Vermillion township chapter, announced today. " The gloves most be finished between bow and Christmas time, Mrs. Hawkins explained. She also added that those who were Interested may call at her home for the yarn. evening. It was the regular meeting night UIUII.1 ma rl I III B J, I 1 1 LV and a short business meeting was held before the party. The president. III UUMU X n Mrs. B. R. Nixon had charge of the meeting with Mrs. John Walton giving the devotions. Miss Grace D. Rheuby -gave the lesson and Miss Blanche Eggleston reported to the members present about the district convention held at the Maple Avenue Church in Terre Haute, Sept. 19. . 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