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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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THE DAILY CLINTON1AN Friday, October 6, 1914. was observed at -the U. B. Church Page Two Recent Events HAPPY? WiY MOT? IVS'FiRST FLAG FOR BROWNS! Homecoming at Perrysville U.B. Church; Home Economic Club Meets ii, riMtiion" Mrs. Daisy Sprouls In Hillsdale i. O. Staats Leaves For Florida Home; Several Local People on Visits J. O. Staals left for SI. Peters burg. Fla. Sunday where he will spend the winter. He has spent this summer at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Ira Richard. Mrs. Nancy Simineinian is visiting her son Fred simniermaii and fam ily. Mrs. Frank Pearman U visiting relatives iii , Hammond and Gary this week.' Jimmy Heber A.E.M. 3c or 1 . S. Saw of San Diego. Calif, is here for a 15 day leave with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holier. Mr, and Mrs. Rex Lohrmnn from Philadelphia. Peun. visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lohrman last week. Rex Is with the U. S. Navy. Robert Jones of V. S. Navy is spending a leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jones and family. Mrs. George Barcus has gone to Cedar Rauids. Iowa for a two weeks visit with her children there. Mrs. Melvin Sykes and children are spending this week in Chicago. 111. visiting Mr." and Mrs. Glenn Sykes. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Medley of Fairview and Mrs. Edith Wright and children spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Claud Graham. lli Mr. anu airs. v.iauu uiaiiaiu. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hutson and KtQ ill: i: (i PRESIDENT OON BARNES of the St. Louts Browns happily congratulates his baseball team following the Brownies' pennant-clinching victory over the New York Yanks on the final day of the season. It was the first pennant for the Browns. At left is Manager Luke Sewell. Barnes is shaking hands with Sig lakuckl, who won the final game against the Yanks. rrt,:nn,i s- - son Dean spent the week end at air. anu .vns. iuoiu Chicago with relatives. I 'Jack Webb and Lee Cole called Mrs. Irene Baxcndalo of Gary is on Bert Eickelman Sunday after-spending a lew days with relatives, noon. Mrs: Eldora Blukesley of Indiana- j Mrs. Dortha Cole and Mr. and polis spent the week end here with Mrs. Jesse Loveall spent Friday eve-her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Mor-jning with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eickel-ton i man. Ti, HUaimr. Association of the! Miss Doris Webb and Mrs. Lois of Ladoga. 111., and Mr. and Mis. Dale Brooks, of Weslnlle. Jll.. were all dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Gebbink Sunday. Mrs. Effie Gebbink and daughter. Mrs. Maxine Brooks, spent several .lavs this week in Chicago visit in': relatives and attending the Grand Chapter of the OES. Mr. and Mrs. William Lyons are the parents of a son born a few days ago at the St. Elizabeth Hospital in Danville. The eighth annual home coming of the I'nited Brethren Church was held Sunday and was well atlenaeil. The pastor, Rev. Miller brought the morning message. During tne aner-noon services. Rev. Keith SimpFon of the first I'nited Brethren Church of Danville, was the main s'aker and chose as his lheme, "The G'eat lllome Coming of the Jud::nent." lother inspiring talks were given by Itev. Isaac Cox and Kev. J. Mi'- iian-ne holh former pastors, ant! 'rcv E T. Miles, f.irmer pastor of !the Methodist chiireli l-re. li-jn-ts 'were read from Rev. Berry and Rev. '. ... .... ....... - ,.,c.r U, B. Church will meet at the church. Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Knoblelt and children si t the week end wilh Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Spear of. Hammond, Ind. Mrs. Glen Mitchell of Robins,,,,, 111 is spending this week with Miss Juatiitu cross. Wnrl.i Wide Communion Service I - A banquet sponsored by the town board will be given the volunteer firemen on next Monday evening. Dinner will be served at 7 p. m. by the Ever-Ready Sunday School class nt ih i! n Church in the church basement. After dinner, the public ; Is Invited to attend me program m be given. Speakers will be Joseph Rttdd nJ Joseph Mahoney. deputy Ore marshalls of Indianapolis. The program will be given in the Standard Opera House. Mrs. C. C. Carpenter has received word from her cousin. Mrs Ceorge (Madge) Smith that she is confined in hospital suffering from the effects of a fall. Mrs. Smith received leg Injuries. The Smith family formerly lived about two miles east of here ontil about a year ago when j they sold their farm and moved to Boston. Mass. Mrs. Smith was employed as recreation supervisor at the Fernall State School in Waver-ly, Mass. Mrs. Dorine Allen has accepted an office position with the Wabash River Ordnance Plant. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Sanders attended the Club Federation meet at Greencastle last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. James Rudy of Crawfordsville were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. I'.adys parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis. Ker. J. McHargue, retired minister now living In Kingman, was the jgueat of relatives and friends here several days and attended the home doming at the I'nited Brethren Church yhere he was a former pas-ton ' ', Mim'-Keith Edmunds received irord recently of the change of add-'restfof her son, Seaman second class (Charles TT. Edmunds. lie was transferred from New York to San Fran-, (Cisco, Calif. : Mr.' and Mrs. Fred Neunam and daughter of Indianapolis were guests the past week of Mr. and Mrs. El-dion Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Edmunds are grandparents to a new granddaughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ireland. The infant has been named Karen Sue. Mrs. Ireland is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmunds. The WSCS will hold their regular meeting at the church next Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. James Snod-dy's group will present a program al that time. LouIb Gearing and family of Danville, 111., have moved to the H. C. Horneman farm, recently vacated by Earl Allen and family who moved to Greencastle. Little Gary Kemp fell at school Monday and received a broken arm. narv ia the Run of Mrs. H. Hickman and had broken the same arm about two months ago. The Perrvsrille Home EC Club keld their regular meeting with Mrs. Florence Chisler. sixteen members answered roll call with a Scripture verse. Mrs. Nellie Ramsey led the devotions. Mrs. Daisy Sprouts mod Mrs. Vera Sprouls rendered a duet. Mrs. Gilbert Sprouls presented the lesson which was a continuation Of last month's lesson on "Reniod- How To Relieve ' Bronchitis Creomulslon relieves promptly because It goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ teden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to (ell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the ray It quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Couchs. Chest Cold's, Bronchitis WITH 9m wm mm MB AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTERS r - J provided contests for the recreation hour. Mrs. Bessie Anderson and Mrs. Marie Rentz being the winners. The following were visitors. Mrs. Muriel Wilson. Mrs. Dorothy Donald, Mrs. Imalie Gebbink and Miss Rutli Anderson. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Rachel Smith and Mrs. Delia Hodges. Mos. S. V. Morgan returned home after spending the last few weeks with her sister and family, air. ana Mrs. Dale Ireland of Georgetown. III. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Thompson. Rilevsburg recently entertained their daughter. YViuiferd and husband. private firs! class Ralph Woodward and little daughter. Sylvia of Chicago. I'fc. Woodward is stationed in the quarter master s corp in mat city. Ttallv D:iv at the Methodist Church was observed Sunday with an ap-mrrnto ornermn eiven bv the chil dren. Promotion day was also ob served and certificates awaraea 10 members of the three lowest class- Mrs. William Congleton received eintin? her husband had completed his 32 missions over German area and expected to re turn to the states very shortly. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Keller anu wr .....i Mrs Henrv Farther, all of Covington, attended the Tinted Bre thren home coming Sunday. Light damages were caused wnea two cars driven by Mrs. , Claude Campbell of Danville and W. W. Chisler collided near tne junction of state roads 32 and 63 in Perrysville Saturday afternoon. ' ' ' ( Valentine I.ightner, son and fan-ily. moved Monday to south Danville. III. Mrs. Flo Hughes- and sis- or Mis crm-e Moore, recently pur chased the I.ightner property aiid will move there soon. i Mr. and Mrs. Knos Hughes were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cordrey. Mrs. Tillman Adams and aaugn- ler I. lie He. were Business caiiers iu Covington Friday evening. Miss Vera Allen spent Monday at- ternoon in Danville shopping. The Ladies Aid Society of the ("niteil Brethren Church will meet next Wednesday Oct. 11 with Mrs. Kate Drake. Mrs. Eileen Barclay and Miss ISeu-.ih Hathawav spent Monday after noon at the St. Elizabeth hospital with the former's mother. Mrs. William Lyons and new son. Mrs. Lyons is doing fairly well. Miss Vera Allen has resumed her work at the Wabash River Ordnance Works after a month s absence while recovering from an operation. The place of speaking Monday night for the volunteer fireman and others wishing to attend has been changed from the Standard Opera House to the American Legion Hall. Rev. J. C. Whitson will fill his regular appointment. Sunday at 11 a. m. at the Methodist Church. Monday afternoon guests of Rev. J. c. Whitson and wife were Mrs. Elmer Allward and Mrs. Harry Tow-ell of Kingman. Ind. Word has been received that Ray-burn Gebbink Yeoman second class has been transferred from the Hawaii Island to one of the Marianas group. A brother. Corporal Dale Gebbink, is still in France. Rev. J. C. Whitson and family spent Sunday in State Line at the rally day services and basket dinner. Rev. Whitson delivered the morning address and administered the Lord's Sacrament. Mr. and Mrs. John Eswoithy of Ogden. III.. Mrs. 1. el Gebbink of St. Joseph. HI-. Mrs. Mary Koerner and Mrs. Dale Sebbink and baby of Danville, Mr. and Mis. R. W. Rouse A m nl 177 rtSTf DANGIH Sunday night, also a Candle light service for all the boys names that are on service roll there. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mack and Mrs. Ren Church spent last Wednesday ill Terre Haute. Mrs. Maud Giles Is spending this week at Miincie. Ind. with her son Herbert and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Strow and children from St. Bernice spent Sunday with her mother. Mrs. Myrtle Southard. ' Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cross spent Krhlay evening visiting friends iu Clinton. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mack. Sunday were Harold Mack of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Trov Heaps of Spencer, Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. Claud Payne of Watseka, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Self of Brazil sjent Sunday afternoon with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Francis and children of Terre Haute spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martiu Dugger. Mrs. McFall and Mrs. Maxine Thomas visited relatives at Monte zuma Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Alwilla Phillips has gone to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Berry Howell for the present. Upper Coal Branch Mr. and Mrs. Orra Hood of near Veedersburg were Sunday dinner guests of Arnold Webb and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shannon and daughter were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eickelman. vir Q,,,l Mrs Rrint Tobv and Or- - - villo Hines were Sunday callers on Nicklas went to Virginia to visit the Hatter s husband who is in the Navy. Early Horse The history of horses is traceabl back to the Tertiary geological period. At that time, there existed a tiny fox-ltke cren f ose f" 1" '"""'i' animal evolved the modern horse. Night Street Per Cal. in 5' ONLY J2.9 WITH u SAL. 3.19 Every Saturday BEER-WINE-WHISKEY-MIXED DRINKS No Cabaret Tax Until After 9 p. m. l.ucv Miai p. OOMI .... hi. 'i." .inf. . Vocal selections were given by Mr. I , visit. d Mrs. Ivan Bran.i s sis- anl Mrs. E.ldie Merid f George- ,,.r. Mrs. Tom I'leni.nlng ol Haiu- town. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mill Laiighlin ! nniid. Ind. of Cayuga, the Methodist Mens cho-1 Mr. and Mrs. Al Wander antl rus and a trio by the Lewis sisters, daughters, Marilielb and Nancy fcl-A basket dinner was served al the i... and John Virastko ot t hieago noon hour. At this time. Mrs. Hen-; recently vlsitol -Vr. and Mrs. John ry Prather of CoTlugton was remind- Daiton. " . cd that this was her birth anniver-, jir. and -Mrs. Joe Vallosia and sary and was presented with a love- so Joseph had as Sunday K"- Iv birthdav cake. Guests were pros- Mrs. George Do y and chiKlien e'nt from Georgetown and Danville. pilt and Belly of Clinton Mr and 111 - Rilevsburg. Gessie, Covintton. Mrs. Ed Sealing. Jr. and cliiiiinn Crawfordsville. Kineman and Cayu- rjarry. Margaret and Hilly J""" anu ga. Officers elected for next year Mrs. Margaret Vollasio and gianu-were Paul Cadinan. chairman; and Bn Roiinie. Dorothy Lewis, secretary-treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Al Yolan and J r. Mrs Elizabeth Faucett spent the ad Mrs. James Mooney ot t.aiy r -week end in Pershing. Ind.. wilhfCeutly visited Mrs. Mooney s motli-her husband. Lt. Ralph Faucett s ; er, .Mrs. Margaret Vallosia. parents, and attended an uncle's I jir. and Mrs. Al olau and air. wedding. and Mrs. James Mooney of t.a.J Private and Mrs. Edward George visiied Mr. and Mrs. Edward bear- Si?3gE?y,i (Sake I' I 0 Universal Notes Service Guests Servicemen and Families Are Guests Here; Son Born to Local Couple Sgt. l-ogan G. Wright of Camp Haan, Calif.. Is spending a ten day furlough with' his a,,d ba,,y- Mrs. Martha Wright and Caroline ue Sgt. Wright is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Brouna Wright of Clinton, route two. Sgt. and Mrs. Wright spent Friday evening with Mr. and 'i,.,n i.awsnii and family. i i j ami Mis. Nelson liavill of i hi,, kv. visited Mrs. Havill't parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kairus. recently. Mrs. Anlonia Olivetti of Scranlon. ivnn. is tismng .rs. j. .......... Mrs. Oliveili and Mrs. Scioldo leit , tor Warreusburg. M. to visit Mrs. ! oliv.-tl i's son. AS Armond "l'''' !,., Ilr-lllll :HHl M IS. Hubert illg. .ir. ie. .'....'. VI.O Mnirule Granger speiii me day iu Clinton visiting relatives. Mrs. Jennie Cook of Terre Haute visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Granger. Mr and Mrs. Frank Biauchetta have returned home after waning Mia, R A RY By Lillian B Storm Not so verv many years aco, there ued to be a quite common ailment, called SpntiK Fever. Grandmother had a nmcily. usually sulfur and molasses, which contained some of the food values which had been lnrkintr in the family diet during the lone w inter. The fruits ari vegetables available to our irraiulparents were much more limited than ours nnd often ..... ,t ....u.,.it llm winter CI 1.1 noi laM in i ,ut;ii" -. Thi y could not find a wide variety of veiri tables on a (rmcer's shelves ns wc can. almost regardless of the season We may not use our mi-vmta' es as we should, at least for liit of the family Hut there is one member of the family we realize thniihl have the "ni;ht food in the rii.ht nmuunt at the ntrht tune," and that person is the baby. The imrenuity of some younir par-enti. has brought to your baby a wide variety of strained foods, of hiirh qunlitv. No loniter docs a busy younir mother need to go to the proceiy store every day to find what vegetable is available, and then take whatever she can find. !,-., lien solved for IIH! iiiiiuu-iii "I"-- her and daily saves her valuable t i iii.i Your baby ha choice ot evano rated milk, sealed in sterile cans, or pa itemized milk: eltner one 01 them -.,. ,iwh saier loan ine milk our grandmothers could buy. There are special hahy cereals, Ihoiou'-hlv leeked. flaked and dried, readv to serve siinily by addini; milk" or foimula No more long cooking in the home and then tr.lir:i,ic te render the cereal 01 the 'vegetable, suilahlc foi a VuUllfr baby The little cans of baby 6 vegetables and fruits bring a variety fur yuur baby, all ye:n around, wh'irli grandmother diJn't iiavc. ft I , I I ' Mr. Bianchotta's aunt, Mra. .Katie Biauchetta and other relatives.in Juliet, III. A son was born this week to Mr. and Mrs. Don Kyle of Universal. The infant weighed JO pounds and has been named Mann jr.' ,''.; Cpl. Mac E. Thornton df Ft- Mc-Clellan, Ala. spent a short furlough u-i.1, in., wife. Mrs. t'ai . inoi inon and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Char les Giacoletto and oilier relatives. Mrs. Harry Cole and sou Richard spent the week end with .her husband Harry Cole In Slocklaud. 111. where he is employed. Mrs. Ray Kyle and children of Clinton spent Hie week end with her sisters and brothers at the Cole home. Mrs. W. C. Cronkhite and granddaughter Judy Ann Bell, spent sev- ral (lavs with her daughter. .Mrs. Ivan Curry and family. Mr and Mrs. Seibert Lawson anu daughter Anita of Shirkieville spent Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. fieni Lawson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Musgrave mii.I daughter Janet spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Curry ;inH falllilv. M .rv Joe Currv uf Terre Haute spent the week end Willi Jean ui Mrs. Frank Dovvell. who has Been ill at her home, is much better Mr and .Mrs. Tom Viiuzo. nnd daughter of Detroit, Mich, are vis- itiiHv; their parents. Mr. and Mrs. August Vanzo. Sr. and Mr. and! Mrs. lames Sillllll. Mr and Mrs. August Vanzo. Jr. and children of Detroit have return ed to I hiversal where Mrs. Vanzo ,.i ehiidren will make their home Mr. Vanzo left Friday for Great Lakes, III. where he will receive his hnot training 111 the Navy. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. August Vanzo Sr. of Universal. Ten DavsLeftTo Mail Gift Boxes To Overseas GIs Only ten days are left for the many C. I. Santa Clauses to get their Christmas shopping done and get the packages to the servicemen in the mail before the deadline of Oct. 15. Last year, according to the postmasters at New York City, there were thousands of orphaned packages that never reached their des tination because people waited until the last uay 10 man meui. im. year the post office officials have pleadeu Willi tne o.u-iv.ik' neii... to securely wrap their gills, address them properly and 10 get thein the right size as well as mail them early.' A Christmas box received overseas has the same liearllifting effect as a furlough, and it is Important that each boy over there fighting receives his share of the homey yule tide atmosphere, those at home will have. ltecently an interesting article appeared in a national known magazine giving numerous suggestions for gifts to overseas personnel. A lew of the list include: For boys: cigars, dice, foot eoin-forls L'anies. handkerchiefs, liocket- knifes, razor, regulation socks, sad-, idle soap, shaving cream, shaving; kit, shoeshine kit, soap, sunburn cream for Hie boys In the tropics. I tobacco and pouch, wallets, wrist-; watch, camera, film, flashlight bat- teries. pipe cleaners, pockel flash. and razor sharpener. j For girls: beauly kit. cake makeup, compact, cologne, hand cream, liiii.orie oovvder. sachets, ballilanna ! type scarf, powdered shampoo, soap mitten, shoulder straps, skirt hangers, steel mirror, stockings, sunburn cream, water softener, clothespins and line, garters, tweezers, hair pins and hair curlers and nets. Several gills that are both useful and attractive to the boy or girl across seas are: alarm clock, bedroom slippers, bible, books, brush and comb, randy, cap covers, cards Christinas favors, cigarette case, cigarette lighter, flashlight, fountain pen. identification bracelet, ink in plastic containers, magazine subscription, money belt, pen and pencil set. pocket picture frame, religious medals, scissors, sewing kit. sun glasses, sciapliook and writing port folio. Home! Ninth at Vine J 4 I Save four sHutwiNwiLUAMs .r6rs mm HOUSE PAIST C ' tlli It's America's' most widely-used house paint! -You save when you buy it '-vAmnzina low price ' W Protects your home belter Keeps it beautiful longer - Covers more surface Saves repainting it washe easily -Keeps its beauty longer n-ere weekend gUCStS OI .MIS. jvone Rush al Terre Haute. Mrs. Rush was a former teacher in the Perrysville schools. Miss Martha Morgan who is attending the MacMurray School al Jacksonville. III., spent the weekend in Perrysville and attended the Youths Fellowship Officers Conference at Lafayette Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Rentz entertained at dinner the following guests Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hayes of Danville. Mr. and Mrs. George Rentz. Sr., anil daughter. Vera Lee, and John Bant, of Fostor. Ind. Miss Vendeinore Brown and brother. Hartley, entertained about in of their friends with a weiner roast al (heir home south of lown Friday night. Guests present were from Danville. Rileysbnig. Gessie, Cayuga and Perrysville. The Republican Rally Saturday afternoon was well attended. Noble Johnson, candidate for re-i h cl ion as congressman from the sixth district and Homer I'aliehart. candidate lor senator, were the principal speakers. County Seal fo Ifetvive Wafer, Sewage Iiooklet Oltieials of Newport, ulollK wilh officials of 5:'r, olht'i- India, ia cities ;,ml towns, are soon to receive copies of a I khl on lln- iilannini: of fnlui'e construe, ion of water an, I m w-ai.e svslems of linliana. The publication was prepared by John K. :-,oni r .mil IVstdy S. S.vUis of l be deart-iMi nt of oveniiiii nt of Indiana I'ni-virsily ;is a joint project of the luiverslly lliireau of Coveninieiit It.s.aiTh and the suite board of healih. The purpose of the booklet is to set forth the need for the construction of Wilier systems, sewers and sewane treat nl plants and to in- ,li,a,e Hie general leaal powers and linancial abilities of Indiana cities and towns lo construct such pro jects The iiinliors also cive silu t'est ions ii r to the iiroiier way in which lo pet started on a protiraui of const ruction, emphasizia.; the inipoitance of engaging specialized help. Fort Peck Dam Fort Peck dam on the upper Missouri river in Montana contains more than 100,000,0uu cubic yards ot earth. LET US DEMONSTRATE ITS MANY ADVANTAGES PROTECT PORCH FLOORS pr, 1 1 with Sherwin-Williams TiWu Aa Wettherproofs the surface. . F-f1 V Resis" e " e 5 3Qt Beautiful gloss finish. I Today'l iwift iempo and shortage ol help demand! fatter wayi of handling every job. The writing of routine reeordi it one job he WIZ tegitter can do 172 FASTER. . Why not tnlirt h aid of this modern, '?:'av'r'?' OHINT A HOOAI fOI recora-wruing aevice in wm wwi-nesi? The daily man houri you tayo will help ease the strain of your war-depleted staff and its many other advantages will make you a confirmed WIZ user for many years to come. Give us a call NOW and let us show you the complete line. Staats Auto Supply "The Place To Buy" , FOR THAT FALL "CLEAN-UP" SEE OUR 1944 WALLPAPER PATTERNS The Daily Ciintonian "Vermillion County's Home Newspaper"

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